from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of batten.
- n. Alternative form of baton.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See batten, and baton.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of baton and batten.
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Suzy activated my old email acct … tell jeff not to worry … sent test email to you … reply if get it … call me thru atlanta if necessary … be back in batton rouge tomorrow w/nbc
Mind you Usain Bolt could probably drop the batton, pick it up and still win.
Obama's rejection of another debate is perfectly understandable to all, but I think Gary Cohen's blog calling for a more proactive Obama on other hot news issues would help him grab that damned batton away from her.
Your body doesn't realize it's no longer in mortal danger when you're stressed, so it releases hormones that quell digestion, horde fat stores and batton down the hatches for some trauma such as starvation, flight or fight.
From a reliable Iranian on Twitter: "special guards confronted with people, attacked them with batton dispersed them into small ally ways"
Tony Juniper stressed the need for those who are involved with NGO's or communities groups to take the batton to the polling stations and VOTE GREEN.
The batton for the next round of hosting lands at EC's WBB-Microwave, so hope to see you all there!
Now the batton has passed again according to Variety.
But of course you dont own any of these .. so i suggest you do the second best thing come on down to batton rouge.
But you do the searching this time I brought the link with the evidence or non-evidence according to you about the batton …………. remeber the batton ?
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