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- proper n. A surname. Variant of Welsh and Welch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as wallowish.
- n. An obsolete form of Welsh. It survives in the surname
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Before [Senior CIA officer David] Phillips died, he had several conversations with Kevin Walsh, a former Assassinations Committee staffer now working as a private detective in Washington, DC.
Kevin Walsh, vice president of marketing at Zeugma Systems, has a similar vision.
This is the third book in Walsh's continuation of Dorothy L Sayers's series featuring Lord Peter Wimsey, his resourceful valet, Bunter, and Harriet Vane (now Lady Peter).
On 25 January 2008 a musical play about the love affair between Robert Burns and Nancy McLehose entitled “Clarinda”, written by Mike Gibb and Kevin Walsh, premiered in Edinburgh before touring Scotland.
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Herewith HMSC SM Walsh is regrettably discharged form [YES FORM] active service with full retirement privileges.
Guy Paul Morin, Simon Marshall, William Mullins-Johnson, Steven Truscott, Erin Walsh and Anthony Hanemaayer are all Canadians who spent time in jail for crimes they did not commit.
The late Bill Walsh used to swear that if his analysis revealed just a glimpse of a player's potential — witnessed while breaking down film in Walsh's day — it was worth pursuing the matter further … even if he spied not-so-sterling tendencies on the same film.
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