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  • proper n. A surname.
  • n. someone connected with Bolton Wanderers Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.


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  • President Harding soon knew the name Trotter and the causes he so tirelessly pursued.

    Savage Peace

  • The best-known pieces are the six Studies, which were arranged by Bizet for piano duet and by Debussy for two pianos, and in Trotter's performances it is those six pieces that emerge as the most memorable, too.

    Schumann: Organ works – review

  • Liz Trotter is the latest to continue with the garbage aganist Sen. Obama.

    Clinton upbeat on Puerto Rico campaign swing

  • This needs to stop Liz Trotter is the latest to continue with the garbage aganist Sen. Obama.

    Obama subs for Kennedy at commencement

  • "The thing about Trotter is he brings a physical presence to the game," says defensive coordinator Jim Johnson. - Trotter glad to be back in Eagles' nest

  • Benjamin Trotter, a dreamy, dispirited accountant, has spectacularly reneged on his early promise; unhappily married, he doggedly polishes a long, unpublished manuscript and carries an increasingly embarrassing torch for the high school sweetheart who vanished without a word in the intervening years.

    After School

  • Benjamin Trotter's high school, King William's, serves as a microcosm of Birmingham's larger society, replete with journalistic punditry, racism, and politics.

    Fast Times at King William's High

  • Benjamin Trotter, the teenaged protagonist in Jonathan Coe's new novel, The Rotters 'Club, awakens in a closet after his first drunken romp with a girl from school.

    Fast Times at King William's High

  • Prof. Trotter is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and also of the Royal Society of Canada past president of the Canadian Historical Association and chairman of the Canadian Social Science Research Committee.

    Canada's Partnership in Freedom

  • Calling Trotter first and foremost a marketer, a really smart marketer, Ginor complained: You would think if he visited the farm and felt that the ducks were being abused, he would not have included that in his book.

    The Foie Gras Wars


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