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Paton

Alan (Stewart). 1903--88, South African writer, noted esp for his novel dealing with racism and apartheid in South Africa, Cry, the Beloved Country (1965)
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The witness said Paton hit the Pole a "slap" to his face forcing him to stumble back.
Mr Paton has proven experience through his time with Accenture and I believe this is a wonderful decision for our region.
Since taking over Journal Register, Paton has espoused a principle he calls "digital first," where stories, photos, graphics and advertising are designed to be published on the Web and tablet computers before worrying about publishing them in print.
The next day Paton put up pounds 1000 reward posters in local shops to try to catch the crooks.
More serious allegations were to emerge after Paton and the band split in 1979.
The object of this article is twofold: firstly to record some of the findings of a recent doctoral investigation (Levey, 2007) into certain manuscripts in the Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, which place the young Alan Paton in a slightly different light from that hitherto cast on him, and secondly, to introduce one of these works, Paton's first novel: Ship of truth (approximately 1922-1923).
Paton had smashed through the painting's protective glass leaving the hammer embedded in the canvas.
Alerted by the noise, security staff rushed to room 12 of the Gallery on Wednesday where they found a hammer embedded in the canvas and Paton standing nearby.
Jade, of Holbrooks, said Paton was born at Walsgrave Hospital on May 6, to parents Barry Johnson -Jade's brother - and mum Tina Berry, of Longford.
Paton tackles a subject that has been given short shrift by West Indian scholars, a surprising lacuna considering that punishment was such an important facet in the region's early history, dominated as it was by slavery and colonialism.
People were concerned that koalas would go extinct," says David Paton, a biologist at the University of Adelaide in Australia.