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'''Newton'''<ref>''[[Back to the Future Part III novelization]]''</ref> was one of three horses named by [[Emmett Brown]] in [[1885]], along with [[Galileo]] and [[Archimedes]]. He was named after [[Isaac Newton]].
 
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{{Youmay|Dr. [[Emmett Brown]]'s [[horse]] in [[1885]]|the 17th/18th century English physicist/mathematician [[Isaac Newton]]}}
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'''Newton'''<ref>''[[Back to the Future Part III novelization]]''</ref> was one of three [[horse]]s named by Dr. [[Emmett Brown]] in [[1885]], along with [[Galileo]] and [[Archimedes]].
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He was named after the 17th/18th century English physicist/mathematician [[Isaac Newton]], a [[Doc's four portraits|portrait]] of whom hung in Doc's mansion in [[1955]].
   
 
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This article is about Dr. Emmett Brown's horse in 1885. You may be looking for the 17th/18th century English physicist/mathematician Isaac Newton.

Portrait of Isaac Newton in Doc's mansion.

Newton[1] was one of three horses named by Dr. Emmett Brown in 1885, along with Galileo and Archimedes.

He was named after the 17th/18th century English physicist/mathematician Isaac Newton, a portrait of whom hung in Doc's mansion in 1955.

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