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- Walton is a classic old-school player and has worked with everyone from John Coltrane to Billy Higgins to Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.
- Walton is also the second of only five players in the history of the NBA to lead the league in both blocked shots and rebounding in the same season.
- Walton was then accepted as a research student at Cambridge University, under the supervision of Sir Ernest Rutherford, Director of Cavendish Laboratory.
- Walton is located 15.3 miles (24.6 km) south west of Charing Cross and is between the towns of Weybridge and Molesey.
- Walton is likely to be the team's starting center this season.
- As an autonomous church, it has that choice, now it must live with the consequences," Walton said.
- In 1972 the choice was LaRue Martin, Bill Walton was picked in 1974, Mychal Thompson in 1978, and Greg Oden was taken in 2007.
- Baron Daresbury, of Walton in the County of Chester, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
- Mr Kirk also bequeathed his home in Walton Well Road, Jericho, to Stadhampton-based Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary to try to secure its future.
- Walton left Memphis to coach defensive backs at Syracuse for the 2002 season.
- Sam Walton had promoted him to senior vice president and put him on Wal-Mart's board of directors in 1978.
- Most notable of all, it was while in the service that Walton had a chance to sit in with Duke Ellington's band.
- The Elgar and the Walton are still available in the "British Composers" series.
- For the place in Lancashire sometimes called Walton-on-the-Hill, see Walton, Merseyside.
- On the south the Gonâve is bounded by the Walton fault, the Jamaica restraining bend and the Enriquillo-Plantain Garden fault zone.
- William Theodore "Bill" Walton III (born November 5, 1952) is an American retired basketball player and current television sportscaster.
- As of 2008, summer regattas with punt races are held at Sunbury, Chertsey, Walton, Wraysbury, Thames Ditton, and Teddington.
- Bargain shopping put the chairman of Wal-Mart, S. Robson Walton, among the top ten billionaires.
- Breen worked most of his games with Bill Walton.
- The borough comprises the former urban districts of Esher and of Walton and Weybridge.
- Walton-on-the-Hill is best known for its golf course, Walton Heath, which was the venue for the Ryder Cup in 1981.
- Tadworth Cricket Club is situated on the edge of Walton Heath, and has one of the most picturesque grounds in the county.
- Walton, 58, was the second son of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton and served on the board of directors of the world's largest retailer.
- Alice Walton is the daughter of the late Helen Walton and the late Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton.
- Christy Walton and Jim Walton tied for 17th with $15.9 billion each, while Alice Walton followed Rob Walton at $15.7 billion.
- Jim Walton was the wealthiest at number six on the list with $15.7bn, followed by his sister Christy with $15.6bn and brother S Robson Walton with $15.6bn.
- Jim Walton: The youngest son of Sam Walton, Jim Walton, 57, is said to represent the family's private side.
- With its commitment to service and focus on hospitality, you'll enjoy your stay at walton cottage hotel.
- Walton Cottage is a favoured retreat for business and leisure visitors.
- The Walton Cottage Suites The Walton Cottage is committed to satisfying the demands of todays business and leisure traveller.
- When family wealth is considered, his family ranks second behind the Walton family, heirs of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton.
- Headquartered in Bentonville and owned by the Walton family, Arvest Bank Group is a fast-growing company with locations in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri.
- His work in transforming traditional sources into modern settings led the way for later British composers such as Benjamin Britten and William Walton.
- Chicago lost 2-1 to Bill Walton and the Portland Trail Blazers, who went on to win the championship.
- The guest reviews are submitted by our customers after their stay at Walton Cottage Hotel.
- Walton grew up in Dallas, Texas, also home to jazz luminaries such as Charlie Christian and Red Garland.
- Through 12 NHL seasons, spent with Toronto, Boston, Vancouver, St. Louis and Chicago, Walton collected 448 points in 588 regular season contents.
- Walton believed in delivering great value at low prices to his customers.” Jack Welch’s leadership delivered great value to GE’s shareholders.
- Wal-Mart specialized in name-brands at low prices and Sam Walton was surprised at the success.
- Walton opened many of his stores in small towns, where they often drove local merchants out of business by undercutting their prices.
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- Walton Well Road is a road in central north Oxford, England.
- Paul McCartney was born in Walton Hospital in Liverpool, England, where his mother, Mary, had worked as a nurse in the maternity ward.
- Izaak Walton owns an ironmonger's shop in Fleet Street, London.
- Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, 1966-69 with Richard Stoker for composition and John Walton for double bass.
- At the time there were four Nobel Prize laureates on the staff at the Cavendish lab and a further five were to emerge, including Walton and John Cockcroft.
- The Walton Cottage is perfectly adequate and the staff very helpful and pleasant.
- After a 2-year sabbatical, Walton became pastor at Grace United Methodist in Pierre, where he has been charged with sex offenses against children.
- Good estate planning allowed Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton to hand down much of his wealth to his children before he died.
- Bill Walton takes his "Love it Live" tour to Boston in the Eastern Conference finals.
- Koko Taylor was born Cora Walton on September 28, 1935 in Memphis, TN. She got the nickname "Koko" because of her love of chocolate.
- In the '80s and '90s, Walton continued to lead his own fine bands, recording on the Muse, Evidence, and Steeplechase labels.
- For the second straight time (and for his second Astor Place release), pianist Cedar Walton sticks to his own compositions for this recording.
- The shining example of this is the trio of Cedar Walton, Ron Carter, and Billy Higgins.
- When he moved to New York, O'Rourke often played with jazz luminaries, such as Etta Jones, Jack McDuff, Cedar Walton, and Bob Cranshaw, to name a few.
- Bradford grew up in Dallas, playing trumpet locally with such local players as Cedar Walton and David Newman.
- While stationed in Germany with the Army, he played in groups that also included Eddie Harris, Lanny Morgan, Leo Wright, and Cedar Walton.
- Spending 1956-58 in the Army, Walton was stationed first at Fort Dix, where he met tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, and later in Germany.
- There was no new edition of Walton till Moses Browne (by Johnson's desire) published him, with 'improvements,' in 1750.
- Walton typically was paired with Steve "Snapper" Jones for NBA games because he and Jones had a point-counterpoint banter during games.
- We have stayed at the Walton Cottage for the last 10 years, par one, during Henley Regatta.
- His wife Helen is mentioned more than anyone, but even she takes a back seat to the business associates that Sam Walton has worked with over the years.
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- Eventually Anthony Walton emerged as the new leader.
- Starting with Game 1 of the 2003 Eastern Conference Finals, Walton was replaced in the pregame show by Sean Elliott.
- Bill Walton was about 10, tall and lanky and starting to learn how to play basketball.
- In 1976, Walton prepared an edition of the opera for Janet Baker to sing in the Covent Garden production, lowering the part of Cressida by a minor third.
- The story has been adapted as an opera, Troilus and Cressida, by William Walton in 1954.
- Even when things didn't quite turn out right for Cedric Maxwell, he brought Bill Walton via trade, leading to the third title in Bird's era.
- However, things started going downhill after a slew of injuries to Lamar Odom, Kwame Brown, and Luke Walton.
- Walton Beach and Jacksonville, and junior high and high school gyms around Jacksonville, Gene Deckerhoff grew up around sports.
- Bill Walton and Nick Faldo are the only announcers in sports who can draw me in to watch something I wasn't planning on watching already.
- Walton admits the loss to Notre Dame (coached by Digger Phelps) to end the 88-game streak still bothers him more than any other loss in his career.
- Craig Walton, six time Noosa Triathlon champion and one of Australia’s greatest athletes, has decided to call it a career.
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