[kawld-wel, -wuh l]
- Erskine,1903–1987, U.S. novelist.
- Sarah,1924–2006, U.S. conductor and opera producer.
- a city in W Idaho.
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Examples from the Web for caldwell
“Make sure you take this down,” said Christopher Brown, a Paul delegate from Caldwell, Texas.The Ron Paul Rebellion Fizzles in Tampa
August 30, 2012
Nobody knew what to make of Caldwell in 1932, and nobody much talks about him now, but his legacy persists.American Dreams: ‘Tobacco Road’ by Erskine Caldwell
April 30, 2012
Caldwell said show producers asked the police department to participate but they declined.Dr. Phil's Creepy Autopsy
November 6, 2011
He followed Miss Caldwell's trail quite rapidly, for the trail was fresh.
Miss Caldwell had gone to pieces badly, and Alfred looked grave.
"I, too, have to be back to prepare for going away with Mrs. Caldwell," Enid remarked.
"I will see Mrs. Caldwell, and get her tickets changed," he said.
Caldwell used "degraded" and "ignorant" in describing this class of people.
- Erskine (ˈɜːskɪn). 1903–87, US novelist whose works include Tobacco Road (1933)
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