Eton's school for boys.
Eton definition by Webster's New World
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town in Berkshire, England, on the Thames, near London: pop. (1981 census) 3,600: site of a private preparatory school for boys ()
Eton definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An urban district of southeast-central England on the Thames River opposite Windsor. Its college, the largest and most famous of England's public schools, was founded by Henry VI in 1440.