Wallace


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Synonyms for Wallace

Scottish insurgent who led the resistance to Edward I

English writer noted for his crime novels (1875-1932)

English naturalist who formulated a concept of evolution that resembled Charles Darwin's (1823-1913)

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But I saw a glitter in his eyes which I had seen often in the eyes of wild beasts, and I went out of my way to give Wallace a final warning.
He wasn't there, but directly in front of me was King Wallace, in tights, waiting for his turn to go on with his cage of performing lions.
De Ville drew his handkerchief from his pocket, made as though to mop the sweat from his face with it (it was a hot day), and at the same time walked past Wallace's back.
King Wallace was doing his turn and holding the audience spellbound.
"Finally Wallace cracked the old lion's knees with his whip and got him into position.
"And that was the end of King Wallace," he went on in his sad, low voice.
The victim, Julia Wallace, lived in Wolverton Street, Anfield, with her insurance man husband, William, who was accused of battering her to death and stood trial at St George's Hall.
Trae Wallace, 27, apologized to Lake County Judge Mark L.
Preparations are well underway for the Wallace Wha Hae!
A RELATIVE of William Wallace is shocked his family history books about the Scots hero have been barred from the Wallace Monument.
Politician in Uniform: General Lew Wallace and the Civil War
The High Court in Glasgow heard callous Adrian Atkinson, 48, left Stephen Wallace to die and later bragged he had "done him in".
SIR RICHARD WALLACE BICENTENARY FAMILY EVENT Date: Saturday 23rd June 2018 Time: 11am - 2pm Location: Wallace Park, Lisburn A fun filled day of music, song, dance, face painting and much more.