from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Wyatt, Sir Thomas 1503-1542. English diplomat and poet noted for introducing the sonnet form into English literature.
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- proper n. A patronymic surname.
- proper n. A male given name, modern transferred use of the surname.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. English architect (1746-1813)
- n. English poet who introduced the sonnet form to English literature (1503-1542)
"Defensively we played well," said senior safety and co-captain Wyatt Middleton.
Midshipmen senior safety and co-captain Wyatt Middleton put that into perspective the other day after practice when he talked about keeping in touch with many of his friends on the front lines in Afghanistan via e-mail.
Nick Wyatt is a handsome twentyfirst century warrior who has been a target of the Xeran his entire life.
As a result, Wyatt is still fighting to get Utah to recognize his parental rights.
I also can't believe that no one's mentioned what a great job Dennis Quaid did playing Doc Holliday in "Wyatt Earp."
Yes | No | Report from Dustin Wyatt wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago
His initial “failure” as an artist leads him not to copy but to paint in the style of the past masters, those who had found in their own time and in their own style the kind of order and beauty for which Wyatt is looking.
Wyatt is good at his job and rapidly rises through the ranks ultimately attracting the attention of the zoo Director - who sees him as a threat.
To deal with this, Wyatt is secretly sent on a mission to planet only just discovered - one that completely eliminated any traces of the initial survey team.
Defensively, USC will have to rebuild its secondary, losing seniors Scott Ware and Justin Wyatt and possibly losing junior Darnell Bing, an All-American, to the NFL.