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Welch

(welch),
William H., U.S. pathologist, 1850-1934. See: Welch bacillus.
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Indeed, in the earliest Welsh tales the name of Arthur is hardly known at all.
Of the old Welsh poets it may, perhaps, be interesting to remember two.
Charley Welsh constituted himself her preceptor and guardian angel, and so well did he perform the self-allotted task that when it was all over she felt fully prepared to write her article.
And as he bowed, across his shoulders she saw Charley Welsh deliberately wink.
Wace imparts to the whole, in a thorough-going way, the manners of chivalry, and adds, among other things, a mention of the Round Table, which Geoffrey, somewhat chary of the supernatural, had chosen to omit, though it was one of the early elements of the Welsh tradition.
Thus it had come about that Arthur, originally the national hero of the Welsh, and the deadly foe of the English, was adopted, as a Christian champion, not only for one of the medieval Nine Worthies of all history, but for the special glory of the English race itself.
It was a parallel case to those sudden conversions at Welsh revival meetings.
But he did enough to induce Arthur Welsh, who, having sighted the missing ones from afar, had been approaching them at a walking pace, to substitute a run for the walk, and arrive just as Maud wrenched herself free.
And when a girl in the laundry set down a hot iron on my hand this afternoon I was all the way home making up that story about the Welsh rabbit.
By half-past five the party was ready, and went out of Shrewsbury by the Welsh Bridge.
There had been a heavy downpour in the Welsh hills.
The simple fact is that Vail is organizing a complete Bell System for the same reason that he built one big comfortable barn for his Swiss cattle and his Welsh ponies, instead of half a dozen small uncomfortable sheds.