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Wal·ler

(wawl'ĕr),
Augustus V., English physiologist, 1816-1870. See: wallerian degeneration, wallerian law.
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Rather than resume his story-telling with the next day of the trial, Waller feels compelled to waste three pages covering the celebrations of the various trial participants.
Waller added: "We did not quite get the results we wanted but the performances were very good throughout, which made it a really fun experience.
A shot at a historic third consecutive Cox Plate next month remains top of the to-do list but Waller said the daughter of Street Cry could yet head to Europe next year, with a three-race campaign, likely to include Royal Ascot, under consideration.
The woman's home was used as a smoking den by Iqbal and Waller and her personal belongings were rifled through and a number of sentimental jewellery items stolen.
Prosecutor Harry Hadfield said that Probert was dragged off Mr Waller, 40, by four witnesses who heard his cries for help.
But once they realize Waller doesn't plan on them succeeding, they might not stick to the script.
Waller is the new dean of the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, after having served as interim dean since June 1.
GTT Communications Inc (NYSE:GTT), a global cloud networking provider to multinational clients, announced on Tuesday that it has appointed of Simon Waller as vice president of carrier, EMEA and APAC.
16) Moreover, Waller held that the right to a public trial applies to suppression hearings.
Waller said in an address to a crowded US iftar at the Ritz-Carlton in Dubai on Tuesday that it was an honour to have served in Dubai at an exciting time in its growth.
John Waller is set to retire as a National Australia Bank (AX: NAB) (OTC: NABZY) board member and as chairman of Bank of New Zealand, The Age has reported
BEAVERTON - Travis Waller wasn't Oregon's first choice, and he's OK with that.