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Synonyms for Benton

United States artist whose paintings portrayed life in the Midwest and South (1889-1975)

United States legislator who opposed the use of paper currency (1782-1858)

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People's perception of the word 'foundry' conjures up a dirty environment, hard manual labor and very dated manufacturing methods," said Jeff Hall, president, Benton Foundry.
But behind the celebrations, Benton and his family struggled with a crisis: They were homeless.
Claire Ward, 26, a teacher from Benton, said: "I really like Micky Flanagan.
Benton will hold a 1% NSR on the Project and PTM will operate the project while it holds a controlling stake.
Benton Park Road is within easy reach of amenities, including road links, schools, local shops and a supermarket, Ministry buildings and bus and Metro transport links.
founder Sam Walton have donated a total of $220,000 to a group that supports alcohol sales in Benton County.
Thomas Hart Benton was a painter who could appear on the cover of Time one year only to be drummed out of the New York art world the next.
com)-- Huntsville, Alabama homebuilder Jeff Benton Homes (JBH) has been named a Google[TM] Favorite Place for the period December 1 to February 28.
Written by Frances Benton, The Making Of A Baltimore Album Quilt is not a "how-to" book, but rather a celebration of a quiltmaking master's finest work.
When he got up that morning, he looked forward to some felicitations -- maybe not a lot, but at least a few -- and especially a telephone call from his sister, Marie Benton, in Modesto.
Celebrating its 30th year, Benton Graphics continues to be an innovative leader in the industry, working to bring new products into an ever-evolving marketplace.
Reporters said the violence flared up after white police officers chased a black motorcyclist who crashed and died; people in one of the poorest areas of Benton Harbor, a Southwest Michigan city of about 11,000, were letting the world know they were tired of being targeted by police and shut out of jobs.
Similarly, Benton County is firmly lodged in the public imagination as a stronghold of conservatism and convention, inhabited by Babbitts on the Willamette.
ONE OF THE MOST UNLIKELY yet camera-friendly sensations to emerge from the 2002 Sundance Film Festival was Angel Benton (ne Robert Stephens), the gay Britney Spears impersonator at the center of the mock documentary Britney Baby, One More Time.
Benton, the former sole shareholder and a director of The Professional Bank, a former state member bank, and Edward D.