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Bat·ten

(bat'ĕn),
Frederick E., British ophthalmologist, 1865-1918. See: Batten-Mayou disease, Batten disease.
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"Colbert was right," thought D'Artagnan; "for me the baton of a marechal of France will cost the lives of my two friends.
He had in one hand a lighted torch, or link, and in the other a baton of crab-tree, so thick and heavy, that it might well be termed a club.
The undertaker, instructed to spare no expense, provided long-tailed black horses, with black palls on their backs and black plumes upon their foreheads; coachmen decorated with scarves and jack-boots, black hammercloths, cloaks, and gloves, with many hired mourners, who, however, would have been instantly discharged had they presumed to betray emotion, or in any way overstep their function of walking beside the hearse with brass-tipped batons in their hands.
To put things shortly, he began a speech which had neither beginning nor ending, and cried out, a batons rompus, that I was a boy whom he would soon put to rights--and so forth, and so forth.
Baton Systems has announced it has secured more than USD 12 million in a Series A investment round led by Trinity Ventures, with participation from Alsop Loui and Commerce Ventures, the company said.
IT was an emotional start to the World Transplant Games as a memorial baton arrived in Newcastle last night.
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KARACHI -- Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, a Pakistan Peoples Party leader and a daughter of former president Asif Ali Zardari, termed the baton charge and arrest of PPP activists in Rawalpindi as dictatorship.
Paphos police arrested a man for being in possession of a stun baton on Thursday evening.
Van Philip Baton, DOH regional medical officer, said at Tuesday's AGIO Forum that every January and June DOH goes on a nationwide deworming program to rid the country's youth of parasites.
After the baton charged , the protesters then started holding sit-in near Karachi Gymkhana.