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baston, baton, batoon

bastide, 1
1. A torus.
2.See batten.
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Seeing the demand for similar projects in the town and realising that people are willing to travel to Barry for the right project, Mr Baston acquired the building over the road.
But Malaga, looking to fill the void Sandro will leave when he joins Everton, are in talks over taking Baston on a season-long loan.
Baston was convicted in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida on all twenty-one counts of sex trafficking and money laundering.
Baston controlled the women using violence and intimidation after reading the book PimpA[degrees]ology: 48 Laws of the Game.
Sgt Baston, who has been in the Army for 19 years and has completed tours of Afghanistan, Iraq and Northern Ireland, said: "It's been a massive honour to take part in a piece of history.
Hooker Andy Baston, centre Harri Evans and lock Bryn Williams have all been called up.
15 ( ANI ): Eva Longoria is ready to settle down with her businessman boyfriend, Jose Antonio Baston, as he is able to satisfy her in every way, according to reports.
In his new position, Baston will be responsible for the overall direction and management of a division that serves more than 60,000 students.
Middlesbrough-born Anna Kennedy, 51, runs Baston House School, in Bromley, south-east London, and Samantha Cameron was invited to its official opening.
Menai scored two early tries, by scrum-half Mark Jones and full-back Matt Baston, the latter converted by fly-half Iwan Jones.
two sons, Richard Baldarelli and his fiancee, Ashley, of Trenton, Maine, and Bert Baldarelli and his wife, Catherine, of Sutton; six grandchildren, Tegan, Isobel, Charlott, Anthony, Michael and Maria; a brother, William Baston and his wife, Carol, of South Hadley, a sister, Marion Elizabeth Emmett and her husband, Dan, of Chesapeake, Va.