buttons

Butons first became widespread in Europe in the 17thC. British buttons from c.1700 were moulded or stamped in metal with hand-painted enamel and porcelain examples later in the century. In the 19thC buttons were mass-produced in a variety of materials.

Buttons

• (n.) A boy servant, or page, -- in allusion to the buttons on his livery.
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Buttons

[pantomime] Buttons is the name of a character in the Cinderella pantomime. Buttons is the servant of Cinderella`s father, Baron Hardup, and is Cinderella`s friend. He is often in love with Cinderella and is constantly trying to express his feelings to her, only for her to remain unaware of his love for her or she simply replies she loves h...
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Buttons

But'tons noun A boy servant, or page, -- in allusion to the buttons on his livery. [ Colloq.] Dickens.
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buttons

Butons first became widespread in Europe in the 17thC. British buttons from c.1700 were moulded or stamped in metal with hand-painted enamel and porcelain examples later in the century. In the 19thC buttons were mass-produced in a variety of materials.
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Buttons

Buttons is British slang for a page or page boy.
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Buttons

Buttons or common tansy (Tansy vulgare) is a plant of the tansy genus formerly used as a tonic.
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Buttons

Objects that, when clicked once, cause something to happen.
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Buttons

Twitter buttons are available in the Resources tab of your account, and are used to link to Twitter from other webpages. Read about how to link to your Twitter profile from another site.
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