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Waller

1. Edmund. 1606--87, English poet and politician, famous for his poem "Go, Lovely Rose"
2. Fats, real name Thomas Waller. 1904--43, US jazz pianist and singer

waller

[′wȯl·ər]
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Waller also describes a scene familiar to modern military counsel in which the civilian defense counsel and military defense counsel act in such a way that "[t]he left hand didn't know what the right hand was doing .
Waller is one of 50 athletes aided by the SSE Next Generation programme which grants her financial support and recognition, world and Olympic champion Katie Archibald just one of the alumni.
To ease speculation on her future beyond 2017, I look forward to the autumn and a possible trip overseas but at this stage no decision on this will be made until after the George Ryder Stakes [Saturday, March 24]," said Waller in the statement.
And on Friday at Birmingham Crown Court, Iqbal - who also admitted fraud by false representation - was jailed for four-and-a-half years and Waller sentenced to two years four months in a youth offenders institution.
He told how he saw Mr Waller covered in blood and then grabbed the weapon before detaining Probert.
As soon as he was named interim dean last year, Waller said, one of his first acts was to visit Doug McMillon, CEO of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
In his new role, Waller will expand GTT carrier sales through acquisition of new business and development of existing relationships.
Waller is the leading Supreme Court case on the Sixth Amendment's right to a public trial and courtroom closures.
Waller told Gulf News that he "will very much miss Dubai.
Waller, who has served as a non-executive director of NAB and chairman of its subsidiary, BNZ, since 2008, is set to step down from the positions on July 31.
Waller wasn't oblivious to Oregon's pursuit of other quarterbacks for the 2015 recruiting class.
If George Platt Waller had published this eloquent memoir when he finished writing it in 1943, it might have become a gripping Hollywood film about the gallant citizens of Luxembourg suffering and resisting the Nazi occupation.