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Mor·ton

(mōr'tŏn),
Dudley J., U.S. orthopedist, 1884-1960. See: Morton syndrome.

Mor·ton

(mōr'tŏn),
Samuel G., U.S. physician, 1799-1851. See: Morton plane.

Mor·ton

(mōr'tŏn),
Thomas G., U.S. physician, 1835-1903. See: Morton neuralgia, Morton metatarsalgia.
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John Morton then put the visitors back in the match with an easy win over Lancaster and Barnes levelled things again with a straight-games defeat of Pierce.
In Division Three, North Shields YMCA B went down to their first defeat of the season - 6-4 to Cramlington Dragons, for whom John Morton won three singles and Robert Salmon two.
John Morton, the chief executive of Morton Newspapers, said: 'We're delighted to have secured such a prestigious contract.'
Fourty-year-old John Morton appeared at Hamilton Sheriff Court this week and pleaded not guilty to attacking the woman in Castlehill Road on August 18.
When Lumber One was growing and John Morton needed a Little Rock apartment after Wells' junior year in high school, she urged the whole family to move from Heber Springs.
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John Morton, founder and former chief executive of European Wealth, is to launch a new boutique wealth manager.
John Morton replied with an unconverted score for Wrexham while Dafydd Jones kicked a penalty.
At PS200ph they went to the pre-show judge, John Morton of Penrith.
John Morton, president of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) and chair of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, and Dr.
April 21, 1915: The Chief Constable of Huddersfield John Morton revealed that the number of indictable offences committed over the previous 12 months was 292, an increase of 38 on the previous year.