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Fen·ton

(fen'tŏn),
Henry J. H., English chemist, 1854-1929. See: Fenton reaction.
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Compared with COD removal, the Fenton process was more effective in color removal (up to 50%) for treating biologically pretreated poultry leachate.
"I think Jack Barry and Fenton have marked each other the last two times.
In 2018 Doliente ran for a team-high 690 yards with 4 touchdowns and led Fenton with 69 tackles at linebacker.
There was Dagnogo and Renfurm to name just two, although at least Fenton had the pedigree.
Since being appointed in September 2016, Fenton and Picton have won two league titles and four cups, including their FA Vase final win in 2017.
Last episode, "The Breakdown" team found out that Fenton's Smug Meadow Farms is suing them over a story they did about them.
I will apologise to the individual," Fenton told magistrates.
Fenton hit 90 out of 100 targets in C doubles, taking that title by 23 over Norb Hoff, and won AA singles (96 targets).
Fenton is now the fourth state rep this term to opt out of taking committee work (Debra DeSimone, R-Atkinson, Rep.
She said Fenton laid her down, told her "it'll be all right" and shushed her like a child.
"That's just the way things are with me at the minute and there's no reason to ask why I won't be," Fenton added of his decision not to reignite what had been a promising career.
Fenton oversaw one of the most successful periods in North Shields' history, winning three trophies in the past three seasons, and transformed the side into one of the strongest outfits in Northern League football.