/ wɒlʃ /


  1. WalshCourtney (Andrew)1962MJamaicanSPORT AND GAMES: cricketer Courtney ( Andrew ). born 1962, West Indian cricketer, born in Jamaica: a fast bowler, he took 519 wickets in 132 test matches (1984–2001)
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Fran [Walsh] and I have a couple of true stories that we want to do that are New Zealand movies.

In the first episode, you meet Raoul Walsh and Gloria Swanson and Victor Fleming, who directed The Wizard of Oz.

She also came fervently to the defense of outgoing Sen. Walsh.

After Baucus resigned to become Ambassador to China earlier this year, Walsh was appointed to succeed him.

For the next 52 years, Walsh and Piccard were also the only explorers to reach the very bottom of the ocean.

There was a while when I developed a marvelous capacity for dodging invitations to Fort Walsh.

I had no idea of going back to Benton right away, and sitting around Fort Walsh waiting for something to turn up was not my taste.

My conscience importuned me to tell her bluntly that they would only come into Walsh feet first.

But here at Fort Walsh we're among a class of people that are a heap different from Texas cow-punchers.

He planned to make an early start from Pend d' Oreille, and thus reach Walsh by riding late the next night.