weld, who ran an epic Senate race against John Kerry in 1996, also said “no, gracias.”
weld County is one of six in Colorado that will vote on a secession initiative in November.
“I can build a custom motorcycle from scratch, can weld, and worked as a lube guy at a GM dealership,” Dustykatt says.
Her friends think weld is a much better fit for her than Bill Clinton is.
But given the hyperkinetic demands of the modern-day action movie, drastic measures are needed to weld hero and villain together.
Mr. weld, now bending his course in a northerly direction, again crossed the Fluvanna River.
And he continued, with hundreds of edicts, to try to weld the State together.
These rods must not become coated with aluminum and they must not get red hot while in the weld.
Parton judges it to have been at the time of the building of Wild, then weld, Street.
Eighteen have been buried since you left us, in Mr. weld's parish.
1590s, alteration of well (v.) "to boil, rise;" influenced by past participle form welled. Related: Welded; welding.
plant (Resedo luteola) producing yellow dye, late 14c., from Old English *wealde, perhaps a variant of Old English wald "forest" (cf. Middle Low German walde, Middle Dutch woude). Spanish gualda, French gaude are Germanic loan-words.
"joint formed by welding," 1831, from weld (v.).