davie walker


Alice, born 1944, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
David, 1785–1830, U.S. abolitionist.
James John ("Jimmy") 1881–1946, U.S. politician: mayor of New York City 1926–32.
John, born 1952, New Zealand track-and-field athlete.
Sarah Breedlove [breed-luhv] , 1867–1919, U.S. businesswoman and philanthropist.
a city in W Michigan.
a male given name.
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walker (ˈwɔːkə)
1.  a person who walks
2.  Also called: baby walker a tubular frame on wheels or castors to support a baby learning to walk
3.  a similar support for walking, often with rubber feet, for use by disabled or infirm people
4.  a woman's escort at a social event: let me introduce my walker for tonight

Walker (ˈwɔːkə)
1.  Alice (Malsenior). born 1944, US writer: her works include In Love and Trouble: Stories of Black Women (1973) and the novels Meridian (1976), The Color Purple (1982), and Possessing the Secret of Joy (1992)
2.  John. born 1952, New Zealand middle-distance runner, the first athlete to run one hundred sub-four-minute miles

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walker walk·er (wô'kər)

  1. A frame device used to support someone, such as an infant learning to walk or a convalescent learning to walk again.

  2. A shoe specially designed for walking comfortably. Often used in the plural.

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