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Norton Abrasives
... Norton Abrasives of Worcester, Massachusetts is the world's largest manufacturer and supplier of abrasives for commercial applications, household, and automotive refinishing usage ... Norton specializes in the manufacture of abrasive products for applications in the autobody, construction, welding/industry, and marine/composite markets as well as for contractors and DIY consumers ...
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Norton, Zimbabwe
... Norton is a small town in the province of Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe close to Porta farm ... The town was named after the Norton family who were farming in the area since the 1890s and were murdered in the First Chimurenga ...
Ellen Bryant Voigt - Bibliography
... Norton Company, 1987 ... Norton Company, 2002) Messenger New and Selected Poems 1976-2006 (New York W.W ... Norton Company, 2007) ...
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Famous quotes containing the word norton:

    The question has been asked, “What is a woman?” A woman is a person who makes choices. A woman is a dreamer. A woman is a planner. A woman is a maker, and a molder. A woman is a person who makes choices. A woman builds bridges. A woman makes children and makes cars. A woman writes poetry and songs. A woman is a person who makes choices. You cannot even simply become a mother anymore. You must choose motherhood. Will you choose change? Can you become its vanguard?
    —Eleanor Holmes Norton (b. 1937)

    Every cloud must have a silver lining.
    —George A. Norton (1880–1923)