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Wolfe

1. James. 1727--59, English soldier, who commanded the British capture of Quebec, in which he was killed
2. Thomas (Clayton). 1900--38, US novelist, noted for his autobiographical fiction, esp Look Homeward, Angel (1929)
3. Tom, full name Thomas Kennerly Wolfe. born 1931, US author and journalist; his books include The Right Stuff (1979) and the novels Bonfire of the Vanities (1987), and A Man in Full (1998)
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General Wolfe was at the head of his soldiers, and, while encouraging them onward, received a mortal wound.
Laurence made no reply; for his heart burned within him, as the picture of Wolfe, dying on the blood-stained field of victory, arose to his imagination; and yet he had a deep inward consciousness that, after all, there was a truer glory than could thus be won.
Wolfe read the evidence and decided to try to get the intravenous fluids recalled right away.
The youngest of eight children raised by Julia Elizabeth Westall and William Oliver Wolfe, Thomas Wolfe was born in Asheville, a North Carolina mountain town caught in real estate fever and Yankee materialism.
LOS ANGELES -- Wolfe, a Seattle-based internet service provider, announced that they have deployed their network in Los Angeles, California.
The second editor of Thomas Wolfe, he saw the big man as his most promising writer at Harper's in the late 1930s, even though the two knew each other for only six and a half months.
Wolfe is survived by her four children, Amy Wolfe of Cohocton, Meg Lucas of Bushnells Basin, Andrew (Jaymie) Wolfe of Wakefield, Mass.
That's nothing compared to this,'' Wolfe said, his eyes circling a playroom at Shriners Hospital for Children in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday.
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In his latest book on the nature of American faith, The Transformation of American Religion: How We Actually Live Our Faith, sociologist Alan Wolfe calls this kind of evangelicalism "tacky.
De Wolfe and her 40-year companion, Elisabeth Marbury, were "The Bachelors," and the stylish salon at their exquisitely decorated home at 49 Irving Place in New York City was all the rage.
Wolfe, a microbial ecologist at Oregon State University in Corvallis, and his colleagues at the University of Bremen in Germany have found that some protozoa which are sensitive to large amounts of DMSP lyase can survive on algae that make only small amounts of the enzyme.