Definition of Deuton
1. deuteron [n -S] - See also: deuteron
Medical Definition of Deuton
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deuton
Literary usage of Deuton
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1. History of Stamford, Connecticut: From Its Settlement in 1641, to the by Elijah Balwin Huntington (1868)
"Mr. deuton, Mathew Mitchell, Andrew Ward, Thurs- ton Hainer, and Richard Crab were this provisional government. Their commission, given by that pure ..."
2. Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session by United States Congress. Senate (1880)
"... and submit the following report : This bill directs the Secretary of the Treasury to pay to Charles W. deuton, of Oregon, or his legal representatives, ..."