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English chemist and physicist who formulated atomic theory and the law of partial pressures


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Dalton (Georgia) [United States], Mar 01 ( ANI ): Police in the southeastern US state of Georgia on Wednesday confirmed that a teacher was taken into custody, who was barricaded in a classroom after the reports of shots fired at Dalton High School.
After South Korea's game against Canada on Sunday, an internet user with the ID "Practitioner" wrote: "Thanks Dalton for your work.
Dalton reportedly expressed his regret for killing his wife at the time, according to a letter read at the trial.
Tim Dalton and Beth Dalton-Costello, third generation Daltons', entered the family business in 1977 and 1983 respectively and later transitioned into owners of the business.
A court heard that Dalton had worked for the Hanburys since 2009, and committed the offences between 2010 and 2012.
Medical cannabis company AGRiMED Industries LLC revealed on Friday the addition of David Dalton PhD to its board of directors with immediate effect.
Addressing Newfoundlanders' particular penchant for satire, Dalton insists that it need not be seen as emerging from "a sense of inferiority.
Dalton kept themselves in the title chase with a 5-3 victory over Wellington.
Dalton offers integrated services supporting R&D through to small scale commercial manufacturing, all in one company.
FOXBORO -- Quarterback Andy Dalton got the Bengals to the playoffs each of the last three seasons, but can Dalton, who is 0-3 in the postseason, take Cincinnati to the next level?
IT'S been a good first six months for Dalton Park, with a series of significant new openings.
Hoy, Dalton es un heroe literario nacional y su rostro adorna los timbres postales de El Salvador.
As a former public high school teacher, I believe our Premier Dalton McGuinty is a big bully.
Beatrice Kate Dalton, 25, claimed no wages for six months in a bid to make employer Lady Louisa Collings believe she was as well-off as her.