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Hutton

1. James. 1726--97, Scottish geologist, regarded as the founder of modern geology
2. Sir Leonard, known as Len Hutton. 1916--90, English cricketer; the first professional captain of England (1953)
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Alan Hutton has been in a situation where I've been here for 15 months and he's done terrifically well.
Neil Taylor has twice let Hutton in at leftback this season and the 'Scottish Cafu' is showing no sign of surrendering his slot.
Hutton was the oldest active registered professional engineer in the eight states where he was licensed to practice.
Effective 23 January 2017, Hutton will report directly to the company's president and chief executive officer, Scott Drake.
Sir Whitwell Pease had his own private station on the line at Hutton Gate in the grounds of Hutton Hall.
Bruce, who has recalled Hutton to the Villa side after taking charge last month, said: "Alan Hutton has had a conversation with Gordon Strachan.
A first edition of this work is available in the collection of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle Upon Tyne's collection that is located in the Great North In fact hutton covered a distance of 601 miles from his home in Birmingham, crossing the Wall from west to east, and then retracing his steps back to his home City.
But whatever about the FAI Cup exit, it was ultimately Derry's poor league form that saw Hutton get the bullet.
The Hutton Monitors' proprietary features help establish a calming environment for a baby while in a rear-facing car seat.
Hutton was remanded in custody and will be sentenced today by Judge Roger Thomas QC.
Hutton denied killing her son through her "terrible failures".
But, in police interviews, Hutton, 43, described problems she had getting the youngster to eat and admitted he lived on a diet of bananas and milk for the last few months of his life.