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Or·ton

(ōr'tŏn),
Samuel T., U.S. neurologist, 1879-1975. See: Wolf-Orton bodies.
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The award is the latest in a string of accolades for Orton Group, which provides electrical, mechanical and maintenance services to both public and private sector organisations across the UK.
"She grew up as a pupil at Water Orton Primary School, leaving in 2007 to move to The Coleshill School and then study in the sixth form.
Sixth album Kidsticks, released last year, is perhaps Orton's most unusual record yet.
Orton seemed well on his way to getting over the second cage and winning the WWE championship, till music begins and out walked Khali, who is generally credited with creating the "Punjabi Prison Match."
It was already a tough draw for Orton, with the Singh brothers interjecting themselves numerous times in the match but tried his best to fend off the interference.
A "jewel in the crown" of facilities in Water Orton is The Link, a top venue for parties, weddings, baptisms, dances, keep fit and corporate functions.
After his recovery Mr Orton vowed to raise funds for potentially-life-saving defibrillators and has provided at least 20 so far.
Orton said the shift started with a domestic "Islamization," with regime media dropping references to a "secular state" and describing the war against Iran as a "jihad."
The three from Hartlepool - Orton, of Windermere Road, Davidson, of Shelley Grove and Gales, of Brenda Road - all admitted two counts of fraud by false representation.
A native of Oklahoma, the 24-year-old Orton was released by Purefoods last month after being quoted that Pacquiao is "a joke".
 Buf -- Hogan 14 pass from Orton (Carpenter kick), 10:46.