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- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Walter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To roll; tumble.
- To turn; cast; overturn.
- Nautical, unsteady; crank.
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Among the endless financial, tech, and consulting firms on the fair directory, the name Walt Disney stuck out like a fig tree in the Antarctic ice shelf.
During his career as a college coach, he went back to using the name Walt Hazzard.
In a strategic maneuver that symbolized Disney’s new approach to the investment community, at the 1986 annual meeting the name Walt Disney Productions was dropped in favor of the Walt Disney Company.
"Putting things in Walt's head is a dangerous thing to do ... but I think he would appreciate that we are keeping his characters alive and relevant in a new age."
Immediately the viewer learns that Walt is disconnected from his two sons and their families.
I'll bet that Gus uses his ability to protect Walt from the twins, and whoever sent them, to coerce him into doing whatever job he had in mind.
Event at Star Tours in Walt Disney World at 8: 00 pm
Actually, Prof. Walt is a coward who has refused to engage in debate with his fellow Harvard professor, Alan Dershowitz, knowing that he would be totally discredited if he did.
Walt is a relic from a lost time of American culture.
Just when it seems like Walt is toast, he goes into remission, coughing up blood all the way.