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city (1990 pop. 65,695), seat of Outagamie co., E Wis., on the Fox River near its exit from the northern end of Lake Winnebago, in a dairying and stockraising region; inc. 1857. Waterfalls provide power for the city's industries, which produce paper, wood, metal, concrete, and dairy products. Appleton had the nation's first hydroelectric plant (1882) and the state's first electric streetcar (1886). The city is the seat of Lawrence Univ.

Appleton

Sir Edward (Victor). 1892--1965, English physicist, noted particularly for his research on the ionosphere: Nobel prize for physics 1947
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Address : 100 N Appleton St City Center Building, 6th Floor
Judge Martin O'Dwyer has ruled assets should be split in half and said Gallagher and Appleton should each get about PS5.
Gallagher had told Appleton about the relationship "only when publicity was going to occur", said Judge Martin O'Dwyer.
Judge O'Dwyer said Gallagher and Appleton had enjoyed "freely" the money Gallagher had made from music and from his involvement in fashion firm Pretty Green.
Appleton will design and implement a program for each individual school partner that is tailored to the unique goals and circumstances of each school's student population.
All sides were asked by Mr Appleton to observe a "media blackout", as fans last night anxiously awaited a statement from Mr Appleton.
Sunday Mirror Sport can reveal Appleton is the leading candidate to replace Under-21 manager Stuart Pearce if he decides to step down after the European Championships in June.
Blackburn manager Michael Appleton accused Millwall of taking "cheap shots" at his players after a feisty FA Cup quarter-final ended in a 0-0 draw at the Den.
Much-travelled Williamson is seen as a surprise acquisition by Appleton, who was his manager at Pompey this season.
Appleton has become the fifth Rovers manager this season, succeeding Gary Bowyer, who stood in on a temporary basis following the termination of Henning Berg's ill-fated 10-game stint in charge.
MICHAEL APPLETON claims the "circus" at Blackburn is nothing compared to the chaos he faced at Portsmouth.
Appleton worked as a machinist in the greater Boston area for many years from the end of WW II until 1965.

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