[ US /ˈkɔɫdwɛɫ/ ]
- United States author remembered for novels about poverty and degeneration (1903-1987)
How To Use Caldwell In A Sentence
- Clyde Prestowitz told Alison Caldwell that it was a dark day for the World Trade Organisation.
- Alice Caldwell obviously had not clarified in her own mind what she wanted her memo to accomplish.
- The Presbytery of Orange overtured Synod for an order to ordain Mr. Joseph Caldwell, of the University; and the Synod, in consideration of the prospect of increased usefulness, authorized the ordination. Sketches of North Carolina, Historical and Biographical, Illustrative of the Principles of a Portion of Her Early Settlers
- Caldwell said the lectureship is a part of Williamson's legacy to Eastern and to the region. Clovis News Journal : News
- He initially stopped but then Caldwell shot off in the car at speed.
- Caldwell, in his remarks, emphasized the need for cooperation.
- Irene Caldwell is the company's costume designer who works with a small group of budding sewers.
- Supplied by Edward F. Caldwell & Co, the State Dining Room's sterling silver sconces and chandelier were gilded for Mrs. Kennedy, to better harmonize with the famous White House collection of silver-gilt serving vessels and flatware Michael Henry Adams: Might the Obamas Restore Lost White House Glory?
- Ravensthorpe regular John Caldwell and his boat partner Digby Lewis enjoyed an exciting session boating 20 fish between them.
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