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wold

Chiefly literary a tract of open rolling country, esp upland
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Continuous ice fall and rock fall make the avalanche-prone area too dangerous for rescuers, Wold said.
By the public helping identify safety issues and reporting them, staff have a much better opportunity to address them," Wold said.
Wold has problems putting down roots in one place, and he and his wife have lived in 59 houses to date.
In the ancient Near East section, Wold provides a glimpse of Mesopotamian, Egyptian, and other ancient Near East cultures; their concepts of order and fertility; and their laws, customs, and practices related to homosexuality.
Wold, who was president and chief executive officer, is chairman.
He asked the young English chemist Edward Howard to analyze specimens from Siena and Wold Cottage, which Banks conjectured came from meteors.
Wold was previously a Senior Vice President & Managing Director at GMAC Residential Capital Corporation (GMAC ResCap), where she led the company's U.
9 more wind turbines were added to Burton Wold in the first phase of the plans.
Searchers will look for breaks in the weather to resume rescue efforts, Wold said.
Wold Pottery is eminently collectable, but the shop is supported by mainly local people.
SIR - Sergeant Ronald Hardey from Swansea trained as a flight engineer in World War II and was posted to Elsham Wold, Lincolnshire, in 1944.
Senior prosecutor Tony Wold called Riley ``a very, very good man who gave the defendant the benefit of the doubt.