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  • n. Plural form of Hamilton.


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  • Hamiltons is that, as a couple, their relationship will clearly survive the kind of seismic shocks that would have lesser pair-bonds scuttling towards separate solicitors.

    frederick william jackson

  • Rikknen was referring to Hamiltons removal from the leading runners and Alonsos position alongside the Ferrari on the front row.

    Chequered Conflict

  • The Hamiltons is a very well-done, slower-paced horror film.

    The Hamiltons (2006)

  • The Hamiltons is a dark tale about family ties and growing up…sound a little too movie-of-the-week for you?

    The Hamiltons (2006)

  • The Hamiltons are the sysops (system operators, or hosts) on HouseNet, a BBS (bulletin-board system) that focuses on home repair.

    Online On A Shoestring

  • I can't recall the Hamiltons ever intervening in Tory politics since he left Parliament - the two are not comparable.

    Shut it

  • Like the M'Neils, the Hamiltons are a football family, and while Mr. James, who is now an active member of the present Q.P., will come under my pen later on, I have only at present to deal with Mr. Alexander.

    Scottish Football Reminiscences and Sketches

  • To coin Hamiltons phrase, you may have hit the nail on the head, but I think you have the wrong nail. 13 long years of absurd labour spending and social policies have transformed a healthy economy into a basket case, which the coalition are now trying to rectify.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Designed by BFLS (formerly known as Hamiltons), the Strata is a 43-story architectural wonder that already has a distinct and recognizable profile in the London skyline.


  • The Hamiltons will be the only ones in Sangamon County allowed to use the spices.

    Route 66 News


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