bunton

bunton

[′bənt·ən]
(mining engineering)
A steel or timber element in the lining of a rectangular shaft.
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Doubts had been raised about whether Bunton would be fit enough to perform in London, after spraining her ankle during a show in Las Vegas.
POP star Emma Bunton has given birth to her own Baby Spice - a boy called Beau.
Bunton, who knows a thing or two about busting a move from her days as a Spice Girl, is clear 9-4 favourite for Come Dancing glory, having been 9-2 ahead of Saturday's performances.
CAERNARFON yesterday played host to former Spice Girl Emma Bunton and chart-toppers Liberty X.
Hill's parents have not been in his life, but Bunton has filled a huge void by acting as a father figure.
WHILE GERI HALLIWELL AND EMMA BUNTON may be off doing solo projects, they've still got Spice-y tongues.
Kristie Bunton devoted portions of her doctoral dissertation to examining the St.
District Judge Lucius Bunton III ruled against the congregation on March 13, 1995.
David Bartley and Larry O'Connell, owners of the Bunton Company, have joined forces to form Decade Productions.
Bunton issued a stern injunction warning the Border Patrol to stop detaining people just because they looked Hispanic; he also cleared the way for a class-action suit against the agency.
When even more came forward in the next few months to buck the bureau's fierce fraternal code, Judge Bunton was persuaded.
manufacturer of Little Wonder, Mantis and Classen brand outdoor power equipment, recently acquired the BOB-CAT[R], Brouwer[R], Bunton [R], Ryan[R] and Steiner[R] brands of power equipment from Textron, Inc.