If anything, suspicions that walker acting improperly in that case are likely to grow now.
On the day before the big vote, Governor walker leads Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett by just three points, and the gap was shrinking.
What only a few might suspect is that Hargis—like walker—has a secret sexual life.
A national Democratic consultant familiar with the race took pains to point out what a big prize walker would be for the left.
walker just seems like the Midwestern guy who is so normal no one even notices it.
Through intercepted letters walker learned of this and determined to strike at Granada.
I said, "Bill, stop your engine and draw your fire at once, and my name's walker."
The light footstep came closer, halting occasionally, as if the walker listened for a sound.
And Ransom walker showed always a proper sense of danger and responsibility.
Is that what you did next, after you took the metal out of General walker's forearm?
walker walk·er (wô'kər)
A frame device used to support someone, such as an infant learning to walk or a convalescent learning to walk again.
A shoe specially designed for walking comfortably. Often used in the plural.
To reexamine a case to diagnose errors: In walking back the cat to seek the genesis, do we exaggerate the human element? (1980s+ Espionage)