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Willard

[wil-erd] /ˈwɪl ərd/
noun
1.
Emma (Hart) 1787–1870, U.S. educator and poet.
2.
Frances Elizabeth Caroline, 1839–98, U.S. educator, reformer, and author.
3.
Jess, 1883–1968, U.S. boxer: world heavyweight champion 1915–19.
4.
a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “hardy” and “will.”.
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  • A short forward over the line landed safely in Joe Myers hands for nine yards and Willard added two through left guard.

    Left Half Harmon Ralph Henry Barbour
  • The Willard "A" battery, Fig. 165, is an all-rubber battery.

  • "The Xenophon is in a poor condition to weather a storm to-night," said Lieutenant Willard.

    Sustained honor John R. Musick,
  • The separators are the standard Willard "Threaded Rubber" separators.

  • Incidentally, he wasted quarter of an hour before Willard could bring him back to the topic of the missing Power.

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