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Definition of Appleton

  • a town in eastern Wisconsin
  • English physicist remembered for his studies of the ionosphere (1892-1966)

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Messrs. D. Appleton & Company, for permission to quote from “Corporation Finance,” by E. S. Mead.
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There lies before me an established handbook of _Corporation Finance_, by Mr. E. S. Mead, Ph.D. (Appleton, N. Y.), whose purpose is not that of adverse criticism but is that of showing the generally accepted “sound” bases for prosperous business.
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Perhaps we are disposed to smile at seeing so much made of titles; but after what we have learned of Lord Timothy Dexter and the high-sounding names appropriated by many of our own compatriots, who have no more claim to them than we plain Misters and Misseses, we may feel to them something as our late friend Mr. Appleton felt to the real green turtle soup set before him, when he said that it was almost as good as mock.
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LIEUTENANTS: Fouche, -, Maxwell, J.C., McNeil, A., Parks, J.T., Adams, J.J., Koon, S.A., Lunbecker, W.A., Appleton W.L., Connor, G.W., Johnson, W.A. SERGEANTS: Moore, A.W., Fuller, H.F., Smith, J.W., Bond, S. Lewis, Brooks, Chas.
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Ansel, Harmon, Smith, C.M., Norrell, John, Fisher, James. PRIVATES: Anderson, John, Appleton.
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It is well known how fervent, I cannot say devout, a spiritualist Longfellow's brother-in-law, Appleton, was; and when he was at the table too, it took all the poet's delicate skill to keep him and the Autocrat from involving themselves in a cataclysmal controversy upon the matter of manifestations.
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THE TOM SWIFT SERIES By VICTOR APPLETON 12mo.
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The Coming Generation_, D. Appleton & Co., and the appendix of _Handbook for Boys, The Boy Scouts of America_.
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For the work of Black, Priestley, Bergmann, and others, see main authorities already cited, and especially the admirable paper of Dr. R. G. Eccles on The Evolution of Chemistry, New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1891.
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Maxwell, J.C., McNeil, A., Parks, J.T., Adams, J.J., Koon, S.A., Lunbecker, W.A., Appleton W.L., Connor, G.W., Johnson, W.A. SERGEANTS: Moore, A.W., Fuller, H.F., Smith, J.W., Bond, S. Lewis, Brooks, Chas.
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New York, Robert Appleton Company.
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New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1869.
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Mr. Appleton, a local civil engineer with whom the pair had talked had offered to take them into his office for preliminary training.
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The First Battalion was commanded by Major Charles L. Appleton of New York, with company commanders and lieutenants, Negroes.
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I have not receivd a Line from any of them excepting my worthy Friend Mr Nathl Appleton, whose Letter I will acknowledge to him by the first opportunity.
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The staff consisted of Professor Erskine of Columbia University, Professor Daly of Harvard, Professor Coleman of Chicago University, Professor Appleton of the University of Kansas and Frank Spaulding, superintendent of the Cleveland public schools.
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Oliver Appleton, the first reported American bleeder, died at an advanced age, owing to hemorrhage from a bed-sore and from the urethra.
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While he spoke you did not miss Fields's story or Tom Appleton's wit, or even the gracious amity of Mr. Norton, with his unequalled intuitions.
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I never could be quite sure at first that Longfellow's brother-in-law, Appleton, was seriously a spiritualist, even when he disputed the most strenuously with the unbelieving Autocrat.
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Any sort of diversion was hailed, and once Appleton proposed that Longfellow should show us his wine-cellar.
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Examples of Appleton

Example #1
Messrs. J. B. Lippincott Company, for permission to quote from “Forced Movements,” by Jacques Loeb.
Example #2
Messrs. Harper & Brothers, for permission to quote from “From the Life, Imaginary Portraits of Some Distinguished Americans,” by Harvey O’Higgins.
Example #3
I can hardly do better than to ask the reader to ponder a few extracts from that work, showing the established, and amazing theories, for then I have only to say that in the period of humanity’s manhood the moral blindness of such “principles,” their space-binding spirit of calculating selfishness and greed, will be regarded with utter loathing as slavery is regarded to-day.
Example #4
Behold the picture: “Since the bondholder is solely interested in the security of his principal, and regular payment of his interest, and since both security and interest depend upon the permanence of income, other things being equal the companies with the most stable earnings or a market ... furnish the best security for bonds.
Example #5
The entertainment on this occasion was of the most varied character.
Example #6
Then comes a list before which if you do not turn pale, you must certainly be in the habit of rouging: three earls, seven lords, three bishops, two generals (one of them Lord Wolseley), one admiral, four baronets, nine knights, a crowd of right honorable and honorable ladies (many of them peeresses), and a mob of other personages, among whom I find Mr. Howells, Bret Harte, and myself.