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- n. Power; strength.
- n. Command; control; possession.
- n. Forest; woods.
- v. To govern; inherit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A forest; -- used as a termination of names. See weald.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of wold.
There is nothing wrong in letting these last few states votes and Demorcrats including Obama supporters needs to quit getting their panties in a wald.
A protégé of Felix Adler and lillian wald, Henry had earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Erlangen in 1906.
Early leaders during this period included lillian wald, amelia greenwald, naomi deutsch, Blanche Pfefferkorn, and regina kaplan. rae landy and rose kaplan were the first American nurses in Palestine as hadassah was being established.
Early in the trial, U.S. prosecutors showed film clips from Dachau, Buchen-wald and Bergen-Belsen.
Glenartney, committed upon ye day of last bypast, be certain of ye said clan, be ye council and determination of ye haill, avow and to defend ye authors yrof qoever wald persew for revenge of ye same, qll ye said Jo. was occupied in seeking of venison to his Hieness, at command of Pat.
The Swiss love to teach their kids about the wald (forest), so he will spend a freezing cold afternoon chopping wood or lighting fires or throwing stones into frozen streams.
Mike Esterl The children and their teachers -- who come to school dressed to spend the full day outside -- relax in the "wald sofa," a ring of tree stumps and twigs.
The quagmire in Iraq makes Vietnam look like a wald in the park.
'Yah'd as good,' continued his visitor; 'it' uld set ye up wald
But I must remind Professor Popkin that long before the Baton Rouge meeting was mentioned, Mr. Garrison claimed that he had established a link between Shaw, O.wald, and Ruby by decoding identical cryptograms ( "P.O. Box 19106") in O.wald's and Shaw's address books which, when decoded, proved to be Ruby's unpublished 1963 telephone number.
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