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Patton

(from the article `Coppola, Francis Ford`) ...and popular reaction, but the musical Finian`s Rainbow (1968) enjoyed considerable success. Coppola received an Academy Award for his screenplay ... ...the decade include The Bible (1966), The Flim-Flam Man (1967), and Petulia (1968). In 1970 he took on the role with which he is most associa...
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Patton

Patton is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `from the warrior`s town` Where is it used? The name Patton is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Padrig ( In Welsh) Pàdraig ( In Scottish) Pádraig ( In Irish) If it`s too long people might use In English: PatSee also In Irish, English, French and In German: Patrick (M) ...
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Patton

[disambiguation] George S. Patton (1885–1945) was a U.S. Army general during World War II. Patton may also refer to: ==People with the surname== ===Military=== ===Politics=== ===Academia=== ===Arts=== ===Sports=== ===Other=== ==Places== ===United States=== ===Antarctica=== ===United Kingdom=== ===Elsewhere=== ==Military== ==Ships== ==Arts...
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Patton

[hundred] Patton was a hundred of Shropshire, England. Formed during Anglo-Saxon England, it encompassed manors in eastern central Shropshire, and was amalgamated during the reign of Henry I (1100 to 1135) with the neighbouring hundred of Culvestan to form the Munslow hundred. It included the upper Corvedale and the well-populated manors of...
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