[shot-wel, -wuh l]
- James Thomson,1874–1965, U.S. diplomat, historian, and educator.
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Examples from the Web for shotwell
Shotwell Junior had no plans––or admitted none, even to himself.
Very slowly Palla came back to the centre of the room, where Shotwell stood.
Shotwell and Brisson, too, had risen and stepped to her side.
Losing her best back, Shotwell, early in the season was against her.Quarter-Back Bates
Ralph Henry Barbour
Shotwell, back at the farm, in a day or two might set out hunting for him.The World That Couldn't Be
Clifford Donald Simak