v. t.1.To unite to, or form into, a canton or separate community.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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W INCANTON kick off their year with decent action and Allerton can star in the Bathwick Tyres Yeovil Handicap Chase.
Hobbs has two possible targets for the winner - W incanton's 2m5f Rising Stars Novices' Chase and a similar race, also over 2m5f, at Cheltenham's Paddy Power meeting next month.
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Cardiffcouncillor Iona Gordon, who represents theRiversideward, was making her way home from acouncilmeeting on her bicycle when the incident happened in Cowbridge Road East, inCanton, at around 9.30pm on Thursday.
My one doubt about him today is the trip; he didn't get home over three miles in the Kim Muir last season and has a further furlong and a half to go here, but incanton on good ground is an easier track than Cheltenham in March, so I hope he'll stay.
Emma Harris, prosecuting, said the police went to his home on Romilly Road inCanton,Cardiff, and found him on the sofa.
He should have been 25-1 the way he's been running and I almost choked on my cornflakes when I saw he was favourite in the Post Philip Hobbs with a tongue-in-cheek reaction to the victory of Rift Valley at W incanton - as the gambled-on favourite