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Hil·ton

(hil'tŏn),
John, English surgeon, 1804-1878. See: Hilton law, Hilton white line, Hilton method, Hilton sac.
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Hylton put an effort wide and then Darren Carter dragged a shot across the face of goal early in the second half.
Pupils from the local Castle View Enterprise Academy, Hylton Castle Primary, Castletown Primary and Northern Saints Church of England Primary have been creating digital content for the capsule.
Moors made a swift start and although a move involving Oladapo Afolayan and Hylton appeared to have broken down, Osborne was on hand to unleash his beauty.
Hylton represents property owners, developers, investors and others in land use, zoning and economic development issues, as well as commercial and residential real estate matters.
Pupils from Hylton Castle and St Benet's primary schools in the city were among visitors to the two-week excavation.
Striker Hylton took his season's tally to five with goals in the 10th, 56th and 88th minutes, completing his hat trick with a late penalty after he was fouled by Will De Havilland.
Jones paid tribute to matchwinner Hylton, and said: "As well as his goals, he led the line superbly.
Hylton missed some chances in Oxford's 2-1 home victory over Bury last Saturday, in which Barnett signed off with a 90th-minute winner.
Hylton said: "It's nice to keep scoring, but we need a win.
In his deeply textured, propulsive new book, Vanished: The Sixty- Year Search for the Missing Men of World War II, journalist Wil Hylton digs deep into one of these fraught, abiding mysteries-the fate of the crew of an American B-24 bomber that crashed in the Pacific in the fall of 1944-and emerges not with definitive answers to all of his questions, but with a galvanizing tale of sacrifice, loyalty and, perhaps above all, tenacity.
Hylton starred for Aldershot last season, scoring 13 league goals, and his partnership with Lopez could see the Hampshire club moving decisively away from the relegation zone.
Judge Peter Armstrong locked up Francis Hylton telling him he launched a "particularly unpleasant" assault.