from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A district of Los Angeles, California. It was the scene of severe racial tensions and violence in 1965 and 1992.
- Watts, George Frederick 1817-1904. British painter noted for his historical works, portraits, and allegories, including Hope (1885).
- Watts, Isaac 1674-1748. English poet, theologian, and hymn writer whose sacred poems include The Psalms of David Imitated (1719).
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. English poet and theologian (1674-1748)
Need a link to the youtube video of Barney frank, Maxine Waters, Gregory Meeks and Melvin Watts excoriating Armando Falcon, then head of OFHEO?
Naomi Watts is filming in Thailand; Sean [Penn, who plays her husband] as we know is very engaged in Haiti. ...
Watts is white though and not Muslim so he might stand a better chance.
Watts is exploring the idea that what makes our existence as human beings worthwhile is precisely the thing that puts us at an enormous competitive disadvantage with the rest of the cosmos.
That 6.66 trillion Watts is the “waste heat” that is a byproduct of generating electricity by using solar cells.
Still … Peter Watts is now a felon for what amounts to stupidity, or at the least, lack of common sense, although he never threatened anyone or lifted a hand against either guard. —
Pam Watts is an avid reader and glorious generalist.
It's a fantasy he probably has about folks in Watts and Bed-Stuy too.
HANSEN: Naomi Watts is Valerie Plame in the new film, "Fair Game."
Did Republicans use the same nice discrimination when someone said, “The riots in Watts were understandable” Or “Resistance to the war in Vietnam is understandable” or “The anger over our American troops on Saudi soil was understandable”?