Wald said that leaving was "bittersweet," but isn't worried about the channel he helped reinvent.
Then the two hopped in a car and “drove around Chicago like lunatics,” Wald remembered.
Still, Wald's public face on the matter is chipper: "I love Mark, he's great—he and I had a great working relationship."
Im Wald, eine sehr schne Kuh nebst Kalb angeschossen gefunden: und wieder franz.
"He said he myt not nor Wald not," says a brief contemporary record.
I answerit that I Wald tak him with me to Craigmillar, quhais the mediciner and I micht help him, and not be far from my sone.
He answerit that he was reddy when I pleisit, sa I Wald assure him of his requeist.
Knox: 'That she Wald tak sume better order:' and so in Calderwood.
As to me he Wald rather give his lyfe or he did ony displesure to me.
We wish be Wald god, god grant, and god nor; as, Wald god I knew the secretes of nature.
Wald (wôld), George. Born 1906.
American biologist. He shared a 1967 Nobel Prize for research on the role of vitamin A in vision.