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  • proper noun A patronymic surname.


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From a diminutive form of Adam +‎ -son.


  • Yes | No | Report from Del in KS wrote 43 weeks 5 hours ago silsbyj, Our family farm is west of Atcheson near Effingham.

    Click my name and check out the results of this morning's Turkey hunt. How do you find Morels? I only find a few now and then.

  • Jack Atcheson, Jr. of The Atcheson's booking service in Butte, MT once told me that he used a .338 more than any other cartridge and swore by it.

    Nothing Works Better than a .338

  • -- When I was still working and had two good legs under me, I booked a few hunts through Jack Jr. and Keith Atcheson, Butte, MT.

    Accidental Discharge

  • Bernie, I have heard of Atcheson as being a very reputable outfitter.

    Accidental Discharge

  • An aside: the only studio for which Harry Warren didn't do great work, oddly enough, was MGM; he gave them one hit, "On the Atcheson, Topeka and the Santa Fe," but most of Warren's songs for Arthur Freed musicals are not up to his usual standards before and after his stint at MGM.

    More Busby Berkeley

  • “Christians could be a little less triumphal,” noted the Reverend Charles B. Atcheson, rector of All Saints Church in Waterloo, Belgium.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Only the steel slashes of the Atcheson, Topeka and Santa Fe rails and the black blotches from brush fires abate the monochromatic color scheme.

    Cruel Deception

  • "There was rather a scare in a certain quarter about Atcheson," Jesson observed.

    The Great Prince Shan

  • All the time the real dispatch, written by Atcheson when he was dying, was sewn into my corsets.

    The Great Prince Shan

  • Junction, and further south the Atcheson, Topeka & Santa Fé, approached the Japanese positions at right angles, and at these points captive balloons and several air-ships kept constant watch toward the east, so that there was no possibility of an American surprise.

    Banzai! by Parabellum


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