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New Zealand runner who in 1975 became the first person to run a mile in less that 3 minutes and 50 seconds (born in 1952)

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United States writer (born in 1944)

a shoe designed for comfortable walking

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a light enclosing framework (trade name Zimmer) with rubber castors or wheels and handles

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an enclosing framework on casters or wheels

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If used properly, a quality baby walker is a great way of making your toddlers first steps easy, safe and fun.
The whole thing is like magic really,'' Walker said.
Instead, Walker has given us a series of biographical and analytic vignettes that help reinforce our knowledge of the stunning reach of this still misunderstood artist.
Instead of using the homogenizing term the South or the myth-laden label Appalachia, Walker created the term upcountry South to capture the distinctiveness of the geographic area she discusses in this book: the foothills and mountains of southwestern West Virginia, eastern Tennessee and northwestern South Carolina.
released a movie directed by Steven Spielberg based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning Alice Walker novel The Color Purple (Harvest Books [reprint], May 2003).
Not only that, says its cocreator Andy Ruina of Cornell University, but the walker uses a small fraction of the energy required by other two-legged machines, and it runs on a control system no more complex than that of a coffee machine.
At the turn of the 20th century, Walker believed enhancing the appearance of black women would lead, in part, to their economic and social ascent.
Walker quickly identified a problematic oil pan casting, while many at Walker knew changes to the tool were needed, they recognized it would be difficult to convince their customer.
In his first solo show, Georgia-born artist Kelley Walker makes this strategy his own--if in torqued, deeply inverted form.
Within the last two decades, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Alice Walker has emerged, both nationally and internationally, as one of the most versatile and controversial writers of African American literature.
Walker has grown up in the small, isolated town of Red Cedar, Oklahoma, dominated by an antigovernment militia group called the Soldiers of God, to which his father belongs.
Paul Walker, a deacon at All Saints church in Whitby, Ont.