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Wood

(wud),
Paul, U.S. cardiologist, 1907-1962. See: Wood units.

Wood

(wud),
Robert, U.S. physicist, 1868-1955. See: Wood glass, Wood lamp, Wood light.
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Wood,

(origin unknown).
Romberg-Wood syndrome - see under Romberg, E
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Jack issued an appeal for help and Woody's plight caused a huge response on social media.
Along the way, Woody spots signs that lead to a long-missing friend, who has an interesting tale to tell.
It's worth remembering that with each "Toy Story" movie, the filmmakers set out to create a new, specific challenge for Woody. Nearly a quarter-century ago, the first "Toy Story" introduced the concept of these secret lives of toys, but for Woody, it was also about getting lost -- "a problem you ultimately can solve," says Oscar-winning producer Jonas Rivera.
It's worth remembering that with each 'Toy Story' movie, the filmmakers set out to create a new, specific challenge for Woody. Nearly a quarter-century ago, the first 'Toy Story' introduced the concept of these secret lives of toys, but for Woody, it was also about getting lost -- "a problem you ultimately can solve," says Oscar-winning producer Jonas Rivera.
On Woody's journey to finding Forky and convincing him to go back, he comes across an old toy friend, Bo Peep, who will open Woody's eyes to the "lost toy life."
"It's an interesting relationship because most of the time you have the situation where the child joins the parent," Woody said.
Woody says: "Tony told me that David always regretted never doing it live, and we couldn't do it without Tony as he played bass on the album."
A key element of the Woody's Lodge approach is to offer veterans time and space to be themselves and interact with people who have had similar experiences.
When back on home turf, Woody's first appointment in law was with the Goltra Cline King & Beck firm, where he gained a wide range of legal experience, in areas including bankruptcy, divorce and personal injury.
Dylan -- whose adoptive mother is Woody's ex Mia Farrow -- wrote an open letter about the director in 2014, alleging he abused her in a "dim, closet-like attic".