American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Wheeler, Joseph 1836-1906. American Confederate general and politician. One of the South's most popular and aggressive commanders, he later served as U.S. representative from Georgia (1881-1883 and 1885-1900) and sought reconciliation between the North and South.
“WHEELER, Texas (AP) - Wheeler County officials in the Texas Panhandle ordered evacuations Saturday of the north and west sides of Wheeler, the county seat.”
“To save the Earth, she creates five magic rings, each with the power to control an element of nature and one controlling the extra element, heart - and presents the rings to five special young people she selects from across the globe: Kwame from Africa, Wheeler from the United States, Linka from the Soviet Union, Gi from Asia, and Ma-Ti from SouthAmerica.”
“Firedoglake's March Wheeler is one of the bloggers who does work connecting the dots that the rest of the media only sometimes catches up to.”
“Wheeler is pretty much the only person in government I trust 'round these parts.”
“Andrew E. Wheeler is a gamer of the old-school, with thousands of hours of D&D and other games under his belt.”
“The problem I see with certain laws, somebody has a hammer like a DOT Cop and every 18 Wheeler is a nail.”
“Wheeler is famous for postulating how current events can influence the past, or how future events can influence he present.”
“Wheeler is filling in for closer Troy Percival, who has been slowed by injuries and was left off the playoff roster.”
“Overhearing this, Shirin Wheeler, presenter of the World Service's Record programme (and daughter of the distinguished BBC correspondent Charles Wheeler) intervened to say that, unless this order was withdrawn, the BBC would withdraw its parliamentary coverage from both Strasbourg and Brussels.”
“Sir Stuart Wheeler is well-known as a doughty fighter against the great behemoth that is the EU and, in particular, the continued membership of the UK of that deeply corrupt entity.”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
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