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Wal·ther

(vahl'tĕr),
August F., German anatomist, 1688-1746. See: Walther dilator, Walther canals, Walther ducts, Walther ganglion, Walther plexus.
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I first practiced this technique with the original Walther PPQ (with paddle mag release) and in less than five minutes' time I was running at 95% of the speed I could with my Glock.
Walther, 61, a former longtime resident of Clinton, currently living in Framingham, died Saturday, May 3, in the Kathleen Daniels Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Framingham, after a long illness.
GRK Fasteners President Uli Walther said the deal was made through its parent firm, ITW Canada, and product is shipping immediately.
Sean Conner y as 007 cradled the Walther air pistol Sean Connery as 007 cradled the Walther air pistol in publicity shots for From Russia With Love in 1963.
Summary: A Walther pistol held by James Bond for a classic From Russia With Love image has sold for more than a quarter of a million pounds.
Anne Newton Walther; LOSS OF INNOCENCE: A NOVEL OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION; Tapestries Publishing (Fiction) $0.00 ISBN: 9780967670348
American artist Chantelle Walther alternates between single and double page illustrations, often with super-imposed text.
While Granite president Bill Walther wouldn't speak specifically about the funds generated from facade advertising, he said it is certainly an endeavor that makes economic sense.
MARK JOHNSTON challenges for the Group 3 Walther J Jacobs-Stutenpreis over 1m3f at Bremen today with Majounes Song, to be ridden by Jean-Pierre Guillam-bert, writes David Conolly-Smith.
But Bond fans expecting it to be 007's trusty Walther PPK are in for a surprise.
The Fiery Throne: The Prophets and Old Testament Theology collects writings by Old Testament professor Walther Zimmerli (1907-83), skillfully translated into English.