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Related formsWal·to·ni·an [wawl-toh-nee-uh n] /wɔlˈtoʊ ni ən/, noun, adjective
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The End of Gangs By Sam Quinones, Pacific-Standard Los Angeles gave America the modern street gang.The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, Dec 29-Jan 4, 2014|William Boot|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
“We would just as soon stay away from a group that will create controversy,” the Cubs general manager Sam Bernabe told the paper.
On his eighth try, more than three decades after he went in, the parole board finally voted to release Sam.
Back when Sam went upstate, job searches required nothing more than a typewriter, some paper, and the classifieds.
Gunfire was exchanged and Sam, who was unarmed, was wounded.
Percy, who played tackle on a winning Crimson eleven, and Sam Felton will be well remembered as the fastest punters of their day.Football Days|William H. Edwards
Sam uttered an uncontrollable howl and sprang upon Penrod, catching him round the waist.Penrod and Sam|Booth Tarkington
Sam was already on the run, and, coming to the turn in the road, he let fly several snowballs.The Rover Boys on a Tour|Arthur M. Winfield
Those remaining were Sam, aged fifteen, and Minnie, aged three.Two Little Savages|Ernest Thompson Seton
Sam 'top dar six months; de place near de riber, and de captains ob de ships often come to dine.By Sheer Pluck|G. A. Henty