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Comp·ton

(komp'tŏn),
Arthur H., U.S. physicist and Nobel laureate, 1892-1962. See: Compton effect, Compton scattering.
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That gimmick was mild considering the kind of promotions for which Compton has become famous.
First division cricket is tough and has produced some fantastic players along the way, just look at Jonathan Trott and the way he has come in and succeeded," Compton said.
Both Macfie and Compton were reportedly scheduled to graduate from the UO this month.
Jimmie Lee Solomon (left) and Darrell Miller at Urban Youth Baseball Academy in Compton.
With Time Zone setting a steady gallop, Kieren Fallon hunted up the rear on Compton Ace.
When Compton Verney opens in 2003, the results of the research will feature in the art gallery where visitors will be able to journey through time to discover who lived, worked and visited the house and grounds.
Compton received a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and a law degree from the University of Arkansas.
Soon after, ABC News hired Compton to work from New York, followed by the White House assignment in 1974.
It doesn't make a bit of difference to me,'' said Compton, who finished third in the same race at Fontana in 2004.
Compton Verney aims to appeal to people who don't usually go to art galleries.
MIAMI -- Just four months after his second heart transplant, Professional Golfer Erik Compton is back on the course this week, competing to achieve his lifetime goal--a card to play on the PGA Tour.
NYSE: MIL)("MFC") and Compton Petroleum Corporation (TSX: CMT), today announced that all of the conditions under MFC's offer (the "Offer") for all of the outstanding common shares (the "Compton Shares") of Compton have been satisfied and that MFC has, through its subsidiary taken-up and accepted for payment approximately 24.

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