from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Caldwell, Erskine Preston 1903-1987. American writer best known for his graphic novels about poverty and degeneration, such as Tobacco Road (1932).
- Caldwell, Sarah 1928-2006. American conductor and opera producer noted for her ingenious stagings of classical and modern works.
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. United States author remembered for novels about poverty and degeneration (1903-1987)
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CALDWELL -- An elderly Caldwell woman is recovering from surgery Tuesday night at St. Alphonsus Hospital in Boise.
CALDWELL -- Caldwell firefighters were called to a grass fire Sunday afternoon along Wagner
CALDWELL -- The city of Caldwell is the latest southwest Idaho community to allow restaurants and bars to sell booze on Sundays.
CALDWELL - George F. King, 67, of Caldwell, died Wednesday (March 25, 2009) at his residence.
ET Dec. 2, 2009 CALDWELL -- It's considered one of the poorest schools in the Caldwell students at Van Buren Elementary School know the full ...
ET June 12, 2009 CALDWELL -- The Canyon County prosecutor has been both commended and criticized by the public for charging a Caldwell kidnapping charges in the death of one woman and robbery of a second at downtown Boston hotels.
CALDWELL -- Fire destroyed a home in Caldwell early Saturday.
CALDWELL - A former bookkeeper at a Caldwell metal company was sentenced for stealing nearly $1 million over the course of seven years.
Christopher Caldwell is a political writer whose work has appeared in, among other publications, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and The American Spectator.
After seven years as an assistant in Indianapolis, Jim Caldwell is taking over a team that has been one of the NFL's most successful this decade.