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Sut·ton

(sŭt'ŏn),
Richard L., U.S. dermatologist, 1878-1952. See: Sutton nevus.

Sut·ton

(sŭt'ŏn),
Richard L., Jr., 20th-century U.S. dermatologist. See: Sutton disease, Sutton ulcer.
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Sutton took the lead when a curling delivery from Cooke was headed in by a Bottesford defender under pressure from Dann and Sutton took that slender one goal lead into the half time interval.
Sutton will retain its independence, continuing to underwrite as an MGU on behalf of its existing broad panel of Lloyd's syndicates and international carriers.
He simply stated that in the heat of the moment, Sutton punched his face and slapped him "numerous times."
Sutton was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, John Sutton; and a sister, Dorothy Colbert.
Sutton skipper Jamie Collins then saw a header smack the Dragons' crossbar, but the referee's assistant had his flag up for offside.
Coun Simon Ward (Con, Four Oaks) said: "These are incredibly exciting plans that have the opportunity to change Sutton Coldfield for the better.
Growing up within the Eugene School District, Sutton founded an American Sign Language club at Monroe Middle School before moving on to Sheldon.
Sutton now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the Sutton Spasm Relief for him under a royalty agreement.
Cairns then led, but Sutton got in and played his favourite long corner mark.
Belper started the second half well and had two good chances to take the lead but it was Sutton who grabbed the advantage on 64 minutes when a ball through the middle from Stuart McNaught found Craig Marshall who chipped the goalkeeper to make it 1-0.
Kevin Sutton, 23, of Newlands Park, Valley, Anglesey, went out last January 9 with his partner and a group of friends.
Sutton never met a challenge too great for his boundless energy and intrepid spirit.

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