Derek, 1930–2017, West Indian poet and playwright: Nobel Prize 1992.
Joe Arnold Cream; "Jersey Joe", 1914–94, U.S. boxer: world heavyweight champion 1951–52.
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How to use Walcott in a sentence
Walcott worked in the twin towers, and according to the stories Pecorella’s dad heard from his friend’s family, Walcott stayed to look for others and nobody saw him again.How a Maryland punter from New York launched his team’s effort to commemorate 9/11 | Emily Giambalvo | September 10, 2021 | Washington Post
He heard of Suhr’s death that day, and he knew Walcott was missing.How a Maryland punter from New York launched his team’s effort to commemorate 9/11 | Emily Giambalvo | September 10, 2021 | Washington Post
However, in The Poetry of Derek Walcott: 1948-2013, his work displays the changes that he underwent both as a man and an artist.
The mills are still owned and managed by the Walcott family.
The only known family is Naraoid Walcott, which must be redefined.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites | Percy Edward Raymond
Three of these have been figured by Walcott: No. 27, 1881, pl.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites | Percy Edward Raymond
Mary Walcott said she afflicted her, and brought the book to her.Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism | Allen Putnam
In another moment, Alan Walcott had taken him by the collar and wrested the cane from his hand.Name and Fame | Adeline Sergeant
British Dictionary definitions for Walcott
Derek (Alton). born 1930, St Lucian poet and playwright, whose works include the poetry collections In a Green Night (1962) and The Bounty (1997), the play The Dream on Monkey Mountain (1967), and the long poem Omeros (1990): Nobel prize for literature 1992
Jersey Joe, real name Arnold Raymond Cream. 1914–94, US boxer: world heavyweight champion 1951–52
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