American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Walters, Barbara Born 1931. American television newscaster and reporter. After working for the National Broadcasting Company (1963-1976), she joined the American Broadcasting Company (1976-1979) and became the first woman to anchor the nightly news on network television.
- n. A surname.
- From the given name Walter + the patronymic suffix -s. (Wiktionary)
“WALTERS (Walters, Sacramento Bee -- Column) -- The shrinking world of print journalism could have dire consequences for California.”
“I'm voting democrat because Barbara Walters is my idol and so is P. Diddy.”
“Irene Walters is a long distance runner and watch enthusiast with interests in sports memorabilia and watch collecting. casio digital watch casio digital watch”
“ELIZABETH BLAIR: Monica's mother, Marie Elena Walters, is indomitable.”
“Kelvin Walters, CCBP Class of 2010 and managing director of the Creole Restaurant & Supper Club, located in Harlem, said the program helped him focus on growth and provided a sounding board for ideas.”
“Thus, the plaintiffs in Walters v. Holder state a claim.”
“Walters is not of the "reveal everything" generation, even though ironically that's what she's made a career of getting others to do.”
“The Adversary by Michael Walters is just about out in paperback.”
“As well as writing books, Michael Walters is a lively blogger: check out his writings here.”
“Franklin Walters (right) clean bugs off an ambulance at the Vidor Fire Department area in Vidor on Wednesday, September 13.”
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