- Barbara,born 1931, U.S. reporter and television interviewer.
- Bru·no [broo-noh] /ˈbru noʊ/, Bruno Schlesinger, 1876–1962, German opera and symphony conductor, in U.S. after 1939.
- Thomas U·stick [yoo-stik] /ˈyu stɪk/, 1804–87, U.S. architect.
- a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of walters
Walters's battle to put her abusive husband behind bars is the centerpiece of Cynthia Hill's documentary.
Despite these horrors, the anguish of her abuse is magnified when people ask Walters why she never left her husband.
Because Walters's story of triumph is the prime thread of the documentary it overshadows the more disheartening stories.
Her abusive husband tormented their toddler to drive Walters crazy without lifting a finger—and it tragically worked.
Hill stands by her decision to focus on Walters's story of domestic abuse.
Historical Examples of walters
Yes, they stole him from old Walters; made him believe the horse was no good.Thoroughbreds
W. A. Fraser
Sergeant Walters and the rest of the maintenance crew were standing there.Dogfight--1973
Dallas McCord Reynolds
Walters, at gaze in the doorway, listened to the bitter tirade.
The door opened and old Walters stood awaiting his commands.
“You are the first spiritualist I ever talked to, Mrs. Walters,” he said amiably.Possessed
- (German ˈvaltər) Bruno (ˈbruːno), real name Bruno Walter Schlesinger. 1876–1962, US conductor, born in Germany: famous for his performances of Haydn, Mozart, and Mahler
- (ˈwɔːltə) John . 1739–1812, English publisher; founded The Daily Universal Register (1785), which in 1788 became The Times
masc. proper name, from Old North French Waltier (Old French Gautier), of Germanic origin; cf. Old High German Walthari, Walthere, literally "ruler of the army," from waltan "to rule" (see wield) + hari "host, army" (see harry). Walter Mitty (1939) is from title character in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" by U.S. short story writer James Thurber (1894-1961).