American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Paton, Alan Stewart 1903-1988. South African writer noted for his novels Cry, the Beloved Country (1948) and Too Late the Phalarope (1953). He was a founder and leader (1953-1968) of the Liberal Party of South Africa.
- n. South African writer (1903-1988)
“Dr. Paton is one of those outstanding personalities.”
“Before leaving, the passengers presented a complimentary letter and resolutions to Captain Paton.”
“The Pima County Board of Supervisors will name Paton's replacement once the District 30 precinct committeemen submit three names.”
“To the lad o 'Paton's Mill. cho: I'll awa wi' my doggie”
“Even Alan Paton, the famed South African writer, set out to discover its whereabouts.”
“Alister Campbell opens the bidding with four sort of: "On 28 January 1950, in the third round of the Scottish Cup, Rangers beat Motherwell 4-2, with Billy Williamson, Willie Paton, Willie McCulloch and Willie Findlay scoring Rangers' goals.”
“Vita Cochran, Justin Paton and their two sons have been camping by the Mount Pleasant school since Tuesday night.”
“Nine out of 10 of the people that we've spoken to have plans to be out of the city within the next two or three days, said Paton.”
“Tanya Paton is on her first protest, having visited OccupyLSX out of curiosity and decided to stay.”
“Tanya Paton People have come together in occupations because they're saying this is an unsustainable system, and we don't necessarily have the solutions, but if we don't have debate and dialogue we're not going to find them.”
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