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Waller

[wol-er, waw-ler] /ˈwɒl ər, ˈwɔ lər/
noun
1.
Edmund, 1607–87, English poet.
2.
Thomas ("Fats") 1904–43, U.S. jazz pianist and songwriter.
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Waller

/ˈwɒlə/
noun
1.
Edmund. 1606–87, English poet and politician, famous for his poem "Go, Lovely Rose"
2.
Fats, real name Thomas Waller. 1904–43, US jazz pianist and singer
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waller

large, voracious catfish of the family Siluridae, native to large rivers and lakes from central Europe to western Asia. One of the largest catfishes, as well as one of the largest of European freshwater fishes, the wels attains a length of about 4.5 m (15 feet) and a weight of 300 kg (660 pounds)

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