American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Waters, Ethel 1896-1977. American actress and singer who began in vaudeville and became popular on Broadway and in films, such as The Sound and the Fury (1959).
- Waters, Muddy Originally McKinley Morganfield. 1915-1983. American blues singer and musician whose band shaped the hard-edged, electric Chicago blues sound of the post-World War II era and exerted a tremendous influence on British and American popular music. His many blues classics include "Long Distance Call,” "Mannish Boy,” and "Got My Mojo Working.”
- n. the serous fluid in which the embryo is suspended inside the amnion
- n. United States actress and singer (1896-1977)
- From the given name Walter + the patronymic suffix -s. (Wiktionary)
““Children of the Waters is the latest engaging offering by Carleen Brice, who writes with aplomb about love, mixed race and the importance of family in this late-June release.””
“Sierra Waters is a graduate student in the year 2042 working on her dissertation when her professor and mentor, Thomas O'Leary, shows her a recently-discovered Socratic Dialogue.”
“Waters is the true story of a woman that spends ten years trying to prove the innocence of her brother, who incidentally was convicted of murder.”
“Perhaps Maxine “The Brain” Waters is serving a voter base so deeply invested in the culture of entitlements that they are willing to return the dope to Congress term after term in simple expectation that she will continue to vote for giving away “free” stuff.”
“Maxine Waters is worried about domestic prostitution - "House ho's" archer52”
“Dark Waters is a romantic suspense novel set on the island of Vieques, off of Puerto Rico.”
“Now Representative Maxine Waters is circulating to her colleagues a letter to Secretary of State Clinton, urging Secretary Clinton to make a clear statement that elections must include "all eligible political parties" and "access to voting for all Haitians, including those displaced by the earthquake.”
“I'm not saying in any way that the 7/30 Waters is the equal of the mighty .270, but when you take the .270 out of it's designed element it really loses ground.”
“Waters is one of seven lawmakers that made the cut for the Capitol Hill paper's 2009 50 Most Beautiful List, landing in position #5 in the top 10.”
“Nothing in Waters's essay conveys to me a very clear sense of what it is exactly that Waters wants us to return to when we finally do return to aesthetics beyond a rather saccharine idea of "emotion" -- our "intensely physical reaction" to art.”
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