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Walsh

/wɒlʃ/
noun
1.
Courtney (Andrew). born 1962, West Indian cricketer, born in Jamaica: a fast bowler, he took 519 wickets in 132 test matches (1984–2001)
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  • He was known as Thomas Washington, but his real name was walsh.

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  • The account finished, Captain walsh began questioning in his turn.

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  • When Washington, or walsh, began to operate in Georgia through agents, he found the way already prepared for him.

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  • I reckon from what he said 'bout walsh that he's in with the jockey syndicate.

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  • Some of walsh's original works had met with approval in England.

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