As welch told The Daily Beast in February: “A good dress opens many doors.”
The government used Simmons to authenticate 11 overt acts in the racketeering indictment of welch and his deputy.
welch said that the economic outlook has worsened in recent months and the White House has done little to help.
“I love the forest and the tree vistas and looking at the mushrooms,” welch says.
His editorial colleagues warned that criticizing welch risked splitting the conservative movement.
In 1872, welch, unaware of Lambls case, announced the discovery of the presence of an encysted Echinorhynchus in man.
"The Earl puts all his men on welch diet," said the captain, apologetically.
The welch moels (or beacon-rocks) are manned by our warders.
Not even thy welch spies, son of Godwin, have gained to the heights.
The reward of the welch bards, and perhaps of those upon the border, was very similar.
Welch (wělch, wělsh), William Henry. 1850-1934.
American pathologist and bacteriologist who discovered the bacteria that causes gas gangrene.
: Link can't take a welsh, so he looks around for a way to get his dough
To default on or evade an obligation, esp paying a gambling debt: Say, are you going to welsh on me?/ Some American officials feel that the Syrians welshed on their promise (1857+)
[apparently fr the same bigoted stereotype of the Welsh reflected in the English nursery rhyme ''Taffy was a Welshman, Taffy was a thief,'' although perhaps a borrowing of German Welsch, ''foreigner'']