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Definitions

  1. Walton is a classic old-school player and has worked with everyone from John Coltrane to Billy Higgins to Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Walton was then accepted as a research student at Cambridge University, under the supervision of Sir Ernest Rutherford, Director of Cavendish Laboratory.
  4. Walton is located 15.3 miles (24.6 km) south west of Charing Cross and is between the towns of Weybridge and Molesey. (Web site)
  5. Walton is likely to be the team's starting center this season.

Choice

  1. As an autonomous church, it has that choice, now it must live with the consequences," Walton said. (Web site)
  2. In 1972 the choice was LaRue Martin, Bill Walton was picked in 1974, Mychal Thompson in 1978, and Greg Oden was taken in 2007. (Web site)

County

  1. Baron Daresbury, of Walton in the County of Chester, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. (Web site)

Future

  1. Mr Kirk also bequeathed his home in Walton Well Road, Jericho, to Stadhampton-based Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary to try to secure its future. (Web site)

Memphis

  1. Walton left Memphis to coach defensive backs at Syracuse for the 2002 season. (Web site)

Directors

  1. Sam Walton had promoted him to senior vice president and put him on Wal-Mart's board of directors in 1978. (Web site)

Service

  1. Most notable of all, it was while in the service that Walton had a chance to sit in with Duke Ellington's band. (Web site)

British Composers

  1. The Elgar and the Walton are still available in the "British Composers" series.

Walton-On-The-Hill

  1. For the place in Lancashire sometimes called Walton-on-the-Hill, see Walton, Merseyside.

Walton Fault

  1. On the south the Gonâve is bounded by the Walton fault, the Jamaica restraining bend and the Enriquillo-Plantain Garden fault zone. (Web site)

Walton Iii

  1. William Theodore "Bill" Walton III (born November 5, 1952) is an American retired basketball player and current television sportscaster. (Web site)

Chertsey

  1. As of 2008, summer regattas with punt races are held at Sunbury, Chertsey, Walton, Wraysbury, Thames Ditton, and Teddington. (Web site)

Robson Walton

  1. Bargain shopping put the chairman of Wal-Mart, S. Robson Walton, among the top ten billionaires. (Web site)

Games

  1. Breen worked most of his games with Bill Walton.

Esher

  1. The borough comprises the former urban districts of Esher and of Walton and Weybridge.

Walton Heath

  1. Walton-on-the-Hill is best known for its golf course, Walton Heath, which was the venue for the Ryder Cup in 1981.
  2. Tadworth Cricket Club is situated on the edge of Walton Heath, and has one of the most picturesque grounds in the county.

Wal-Mart Founder Sam Walton

  1. 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. (Web site)

Alice Walton

  1. Alice Walton is the daughter of the late Helen Walton and the late Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton. (Web site)

Jim Walton

  1. Christy Walton and Jim Walton tied for 17th with $15.9 billion each, while Alice Walton followed Rob Walton at $15.7 billion.
  2. 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.
  3. Jim Walton: The youngest son of Sam Walton, Jim Walton, 57, is said to represent the family's private side.

Walton Cottage Hotel

  1. With its commitment to service and focus on hospitality, you'll enjoy your stay at walton cottage hotel.

Walton Cottage

  1. Walton Cottage is a favoured retreat for business and leisure visitors.
  2. The Walton Cottage Suites The Walton Cottage is committed to satisfying the demands of todays business and leisure traveller. (Web site)

Walton Family

  1. When family wealth is considered, his family ranks second behind the Walton family, heirs of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton. (Web site)
  2. Headquartered in Bentonville and owned by the Walton family, Arvest Bank Group is a fast-growing company with locations in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. (Web site)

William Walton

  1. His work in transforming traditional sources into modern settings led the way for later British composers such as Benjamin Britten and William Walton. (Web site)

Chicago

  1. Chicago lost 2-1 to Bill Walton and the Portland Trail Blazers, who went on to win the championship.

Customers

  1. The guest reviews are submitted by our customers after their stay at Walton Cottage Hotel.

Texas

  1. Walton grew up in Dallas, Texas, also home to jazz luminaries such as Charlie Christian and Red Garland.

Toronto

  1. Through 12 NHL seasons, spent with Toronto, Boston, Vancouver, St. Louis and Chicago, Walton collected 448 points in 588 regular season contents. (Web site)

Low Prices

  1. Walton believed in delivering great value at low prices to his customers.” Jack Welch’s leadership delivered great value to GE’s shareholders.
  2. Wal-Mart specialized in name-brands at low prices and Sam Walton was surprised at the success. (Web site)

Prices

  1. Walton opened many of his stores in small towns, where they often drove local merchants out of business by undercutting their prices. (Web site)
  2. Yahoo! Shopping is the best place to comparison shop for Compare prices for Greely Walton - Jazz Music.

England

  1. Walton Well Road is a road in central north Oxford, England.
  2. Paul McCartney was born in Walton Hospital in Liverpool, England, where his mother, Mary, had worked as a nurse in the maternity ward.

London

  1. Izaak Walton owns an ironmonger's shop in Fleet Street, London. (Web site)
  2. Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, 1966-69 with Richard Stoker for composition and John Walton for double bass.

Staff

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. The Walton Cottage is perfectly adequate and the staff very helpful and pleasant.

Children

  1. After a 2-year sabbatical, Walton became pastor at Grace United Methodist in Pierre, where he has been charged with sex offenses against children. (Web site)
  2. Good estate planning allowed Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton to hand down much of his wealth to his children before he died.

Love

  1. Bill Walton takes his "Love it Live" tour to Boston in the Eastern Conference finals. (Web site)
  2. Koko Taylor was born Cora Walton on September 28, 1935 in Memphis, TN. She got the nickname "Koko" because of her love of chocolate. (Web site)

Recording

  1. In the '80s and '90s, Walton continued to lead his own fine bands, recording on the Muse, Evidence, and Steeplechase labels.
  2. For the second straight time (and for his second Astor Place release), pianist Cedar Walton sticks to his own compositions for this recording.

Cedar Walton

  1. The shining example of this is the trio of Cedar Walton, Ron Carter, and Billy Higgins.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Bradford grew up in Dallas, playing trumpet locally with such local players as Cedar Walton and David Newman. (Web site)

Germany

  1. While stationed in Germany with the Army, he played in groups that also included Eddie Harris, Lanny Morgan, Leo Wright, and Cedar Walton. (Web site)
  2. Spending 1956-58 in the Army, Walton was stationed first at Fort Dix, where he met tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, and later in Germany. (Web site)

Published

  1. There was no new edition of Walton till Moses Browne (by Johnson's desire) published him, with 'improvements,' in 1750. (Web site)

Steve

  1. Walton typically was paired with Steve "Snapper" Jones for NBA games because he and Jones had a point-counterpoint banter during games. (Web site)

Years

  1. We have stayed at the Walton Cottage for the last 10 years, par one, during Henley Regatta.
  2. 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.

Post

  1. Post a question or answer questions about "Cedar Walton" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)
  2. Post a question or answer questions about "Sam Walton" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)

Leader

  1. Eventually Anthony Walton emerged as the new leader. (Web site)

Starting

  1. Starting with Game 1 of the 2003 Eastern Conference Finals, Walton was replaced in the pregame show by Sean Elliott.
  2. Bill Walton was about 10, tall and lanky and starting to learn how to play basketball. (Web site)

Opera

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. The story has been adapted as an opera, Troilus and Cressida, by William Walton in 1954. (Web site)

Things

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. However, things started going downhill after a slew of injuries to Lamar Odom, Kwame Brown, and Luke Walton.

Sports

  1. Walton Beach and Jacksonville, and junior high and high school gyms around Jacksonville, Gene Deckerhoff grew up around sports. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

Career

  1. 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.
  2. Craig Walton, six time Noosa Triathlon champion and one of Australia’s greatest athletes, has decided to call it a career. (Web site)

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