from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Golding, William Gerald 1911-1993. British writer noted for his dark novels, such as The Lord of the Flies (1954) and Pincher Martin (1956). He won the 1983 Nobel Prize for literature.
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- proper n. A surname.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of various plants with yellow flowers, especially the corn-marigold, Chrysanthemum segetum.
- n. A variety of apple of a golden-yellow color.
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- n. English novelist (1911-1993)
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Rick Golding is from up state New York and had to leave Texas reportedly because some Vets got close to skinning him ...
"Lord of the Flies" by William Golding is the novel I most admire of any I've read; "Life on the Mississippi" by Mark
The Potteries MP Llin Golding sat for a seat formerly held by her husband.
The scapegoat - one of many in Golding's works - is a priest who, naively trusting in the authority of his office, tries to assert his own dignity.
The Golding is a mild, traditional hop with an Alpha Acid somewhere in the neighborhood of 4.5% to 5.0.
The lady he contemplates making the second Mrs. Golding is a certain Mrs. Greenhow, a widow, who for the past year or so has acted as chaperon to his daughter and housekeeper to himself.
There he fell in with a speculator called Golding, they all did in fact; he was a plausible man, whom they all liked, and used to put up at his house when they took waggons in with their produce.
PNP President Portia Simpson Miller yesterday labelled Golding the "flip-flopper-in-chief", and blasted him for the position he has adopted on the need for a state of emergency.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who was in Jamaica for a one-day visit, called Golding and "congratulated him for the successful resolution," Harper spokesman Dimitri Soudas said.
The Editor, Sir: After reading 'Golding's heart goes out to Haiti' published in your April 21 edition, it's hard to believe that our prime minister is a thinking man.
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