[wot-er-suh n, waw-ter-]
- HenryMarse Henry, 1840–1921, U.S. journalist and political leader.
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Examples from the Web for watterson
In the end I abandoned the idea of art in my book, but my appreciation of Watterson and his creation had deepened immeasurably.‘Dear Mr. Watterson’ Celebrates the Glory of Calvin and Hobbes on Film
November 16, 2013
Watterson was also the cook, and in both capacities was unexcelled.Roosevelt in the Bad Lands
Colonel Watterson and I were both rebels, and we are blood relations.Mark Twain's Speeches
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
He turned sharply on Mr. Watterson, who had remained inertly in his place.
"Yes, that's what the captain and Mr. Watterson and Mr. Mason all said," assented Lydia.
As soon as he's in his room, Mr. Watterson, you lock him in.