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Weldon

/ ˈwɛldən /

noun

  1. WeldonFay1931FBritishWRITING: novelistWRITING: writer Fay. born 1931, British novelist and writer. Her novels include Praxis (1978), Life and Loves of a She-Devil (1984), Big Women (1998), and Rhode Island Blues (2003)


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“I have always believed the American West, like Hollywood, is a magical place and the biggest stage set on Earth,” Weldon says.

This is a band of men that includes, presumably, James Weldon Johnson.

An essayist, playwright and novelist, Weldon has published 28 previous novels.

I seen him take a egg outer Jimmie Weldon's ear—an' Jimmie swore he didn't have no hen in his head.

It was a-once-a-month affair, the minister living in Weldon and no chance to ride circuit in the winter months.

If Kingsville is cheap and nasty, Weldon is dear and nastier.

He obeyed, after sending Colonel Weldon to the west with a detachment of four thousand men.

Before starting I would like to know if our infantry forces cover the Weldon road.

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