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Caldwell

[ kawld-wel, -wuhl ]

noun

  1. Erskine, 1903–1987, U.S. novelist.
  2. Sarah, 1924–2006, U.S. conductor and opera producer.
  3. a city in W Idaho.


Caldwell

/ ˈkɔːldwɛl; -wəl /

noun

  1. CaldwellErskine19031987MUSWRITING: novelist Erskine (ˈɜːskɪn). 1903–87, US novelist whose works include Tobacco Road (1933)


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Caldwell holds a top-secret security clearance and worked as both a government official and contractor, Plofchan has said.

No one immediately responded to messages left at numbers connected to Caldwell.

A week after Caldwell issued the order, the county approved exemptions for the two seawalls built by Hanzawa, who did not respond to interview requests for this story.

All 30 new images were added to a collection known as the Caldwell catalog, originally compiled by British amateur astronomer and science communicator Sir Patrick Caldwell-Moore 25 years ago.

That might not sound like much, but for the Lions, Caldwell’s tenure represented a miracle.

He first hit it big as Dr. Robert Caldwell on St. Elsewhere—the hospital heartthrob a decade before George Clooney did it on ER.

“Make sure you take this down,” said Christopher Brown, a Paul delegate from Caldwell, Texas.

Quentin Caldwell and his wife were in Theater 8, next door to Theater 9, where the shooting took place.

Nobody knew what to make of Caldwell in 1932, and nobody much talks about him now, but his legacy persists.

Caldwell said show producers asked the police department to participate but they declined.

Mother, in her letter yesterday, urged me to come home, as she does not wish me to travel out alone to join Mrs. Caldwell.

She had a letter from Mrs. Caldwell urging her to get back, as she wants to start abroad for the winter.

Mrs. Caldwell waited for the young lady until the train went off, but she did not arrive.

But little more than a year afterward Mr. Caldwell himself was slain, in a very similar manner, but by an American soldier.

He and Miss Caldwell rigged themselves out bountifully, and prepared to enjoy the trip.

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