Woodward

[ US /ˈwʊdˌwɔɹd, ˈwʊdwɝd/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States chemist honored for synthesizing complex organic compounds (1917-1979)
  2. United States historian (1908-1999)
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How To Use Woodward In A Sentence

  • Woodward is talking with the benefit of experience - not just from his time in coaching, but also from many years as a businessman.
  • Among people, John Woodward was known as a 'super-diluvialist'. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • The same pattern obtains for Islam, as Woodward includes miracles associated with Muhammad and then a number of Sufi saints.
  • The vice - president is one of the surprises of Woodward's narrative.
  • “Fostering collaborative structures, where hierarchy plays second fiddle to flexibility, is seen as a way to attract the best graduates,” Woodward says. Why Generation Y matters « pwcom 2.0
  • The Welsh rugby fan said he was delighted to meet Sir Clive Woodward, who was at the palace to receive his knighthood.
  • Lydon has much to offer, but Woodward elevated him to high office incredibly early in his coaching career.
  • Woodward ended the questioning session with facetious conjectures for the outcome of the upcoming election.
  • What that would tell Woodward was all about the porous defences rather than exhilarating attacks.
  • I was asked to enter some of my favourite music, so being deliberately awkward, I entered four of my less well known favourites, first among them being Lucy Woodward.
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