Overton


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O·ver·ton

(ōv'ren),
Charles E., German biologist in Sweden, 1865-1933. See: Meyer-Overton rule, Meyer-Overton theory of narcosis.
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Overton was evidently considerably excited when he sent it, and somewhat incoherent in consequence.
Overton whoever he might be, since he had come with his enigmatic message to break that dangerous calm which brought more peril to my friend than all the storms of his tempestuous life.
Cyril Overton, Trinity College, Cambridge, announced the arrival of an enormous young man, sixteen stone of solid bone and muscle, who spanned the doorway with his broad shoulders, and looked from one of us to the other with a comely face which was haggard with anxiety.
I suppose, then, if you have never heard of Godfrey Staunton, you don't know Cyril Overton either?
Overton, to go through these papers which have been left upon the table.
We had shaken off Lord Mount-James, and Overton had gone to consult with the other members of his team over the misfortune which had befallen them.
I have wired to Overton to let us know any fresh London developments at this address, and in the meantime we can only concentrate our attention upon Dr.
It is from our friend Overton, and is in answer to a question from me.
The Lions had changed their strategy by including Jamie Overton as a fourth specialist seamer in place of Stephen Parry, and the plan paid off as Pakistan A were reduced to 27 for three.
LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION ONE SUSSEX v SOMERSET At Hove; Sussex Won Toss Sussex First innings E C Joyce c Ronchi b J Overton ?
40am close to the Cross Foxes pub on the A539 at Erbistock, Overton.
But Miss Overton asked him to leave after he rolled a joint in her kitchen, Kirklees Magistrates' Court in Hudders-field heard.