American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of north-central Colorado, a suburb of Denver. Population: 109,000.
- Thornton, William 1759-1828. American architect of the original design of the U.S. Capitol (1792). He was also the first superintendent of the U.S. Patent Office (1802-1828).
- n. Any of several placenames in England and Scotland.
- n. An English and Scottish habitational surname from these places.
- n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
- n. American architect (1759-1828)
- Old English þorn ("thorn") + tūn ("settlement") (Wiktionary)
“BILLY BOB THORNTON (credited as W.R. "Bud" Thornton on the Boxmasters record)”
“Drawing from my experience, what I see in Thornton is some of Steve Yzerman's desire to be the best.”
“Joe Thornton is certainly under the gun, as he has never performed well in the postseason, but the Sharks would be doing a disservice to lay the entire blame for this failure on Thornton's shoulders.”
“LHP Matt Thornton is coming off a series against Toronto in which the reliever recorded 11 strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings pitched, but that doesn't mean he is the obvious choice to close out games for the Sox in the wake of Bobby Jenks 'struggles.”
“Another of my suggestions was Imagining Argentina by Lawrence Thornton is a good novel (another favorite of mine).”
“One could make a compelling case that Brian Rafalski and Duncan Keith are having better seasons than Scott Niedermayer, or that Joe Thornton is having a better season than Jonathan Toews.”
“The strong implication is the dissent in Thornton believes there is no power under the constitution to recall a senator.”
“I disagree, especially when you add in Thornton v. United States in 2004.”
“But that still doesn't mean trading Thornton is the solution.”
“Thornton is an author, speaker and coach on Law Of Attraction and”
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