wally Pratt was a skinny, kind of dorky kid who wore bowties and played the violin.
wally Pipp and Everett Scott, who had played watershed roles in Lou's career were also on hand.
But wally Triplett knew both and struck up a friendship with Robinson and Doby that historic year.
The name Wildstein assumed, wally Edge, belonged to a former governor of New Jersey who died in 1956.
All requests for a Chris Christie appearance at your party can be sent to his manager, wally Edge.
Old wally was afield too; but, so far as I could read from the woods' record, he fared no better than I on the trail of the buck.
If Barcelona has such notions, wally Wilson would know about it.
wally perceived that he was being pushed away from the main point, and jostled his way back to it.
“They ought to be pretty civil to us this term, anyhow,” said wally.
wally took a huge bite out of a scone, and surveyed the relic with interest.
[1990s+ Students fr British rock groups; origin unknown; perhaps fr the nickname for Walter or Wallace, suggesting, as Clyde does, someone like a wally; perhaps, improbably, fr British wally, ''pickle''; wally in current senses appears to be borrowed from British use; however, it is attested in the US in the early 1900s meaning ''A small-town sport,'' and in 1915–22 in college (Bryn Mawr) and flapper slang meaning ''a goof with patent-leather hair'']