We could find Waldo anywhere while tripping—like beneath a fingernail or inside our eyelid.
The film also won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Waldo has quietly put Seagal in a very difficult position with the claim.
Waldo Dave laughs, “It was EXACTLY like a treasure map, and we were totally excited about it.”
It debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, taking home the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award.
Waldo, who seemed to be master of the ceremonies to-day, stepped forward a little in front of the others.
Even his friend Waldo had been embarrassed and constrained in his presence.
Waldo came a step nearer, eyeing it like a dog whose young has fallen into evil hands.
"But I will make sure of one thing," added the late passenger of the Waldo.
I finally persuaded the matron, Mrs. Waldo, to interpose, and give her a drink of water.
/wol'doh/ [Robert A. Heinlein's story "Waldo"] 1. A mechanical agent, such as a gripper arm, controlled by a human limb. When these were developed for the nuclear industry in the mid-1940s they were named after the invention described by Heinlein in the story, which he wrote in 1942. Now known by the more generic term "telefactoring", this technology is of intense interest to NASA for tasks like space station maintenance.
2. At Harvard (particularly by Tom Cheatham and students), this is used instead of foobar as a metasyntactic variable and general nonsense word. See foo, bar, foobar, quux.