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baston, baton, batoon

bastide, 1
1. A torus.
2.See batten.
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Trimming the wage bill has been one of the top priorities for Birch over the summer, and was the key reason many expected Baston and Ayew to be moved on this summer.
Daniel Johnson equalised four minutes later from the penalty spot but Baston earned the points with his 69th-minute header.
listened to the and their and we have new building to the Tramshed managing of DS " Mr Baston said the new building would help address a "desperate need" for office space in sustainable locations in Cardiff and the city's "woefully inadequate" supply of serviced apartments."We're helping to alleviate that and promote the brand of Cardiff," he said.
While this is the first time that Longoria is entering motherhood, it's not the same for Baston. He already has three kids from his previous marriage with Natalia Esperon, namely: Natalia, 22, and twins Mariana and Jose, 14.
Baston, who already has three children from his previous marriage, is the president of Televisa, a US-based media company.
Swansea signed Baston from Atletico Madrid in a PS15.5m deal last summer but he has failed to establish himself at the Liberty Stadium.
Baston, (3) the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit decided whether the FCC allows Congress to give restitution to sex trafficking victims even when the sex acts happened in international territory.
Albion will be in the market for another forward if Saido Berahino leaves, but Baston will not be on the Baggies' list of targets.
Before focusing on Charles Areskine and Thomas Aikenhead as case studies, Baston explains why and how Scottish lawyers and their libraries played leading roles in the intellectual phenomenon of the Enlightenment, with a particular focus on Enlightened Edinburgh as a hotbed of genius in the 18th century.