Wallace, Sir William Wallace(noun)
Scottish insurgent who led the resistance to Edward I; in 1297 he gained control of Scotland briefly until Edward invaded Scotland again and defeated Wallace and subsequently executed him (1270-1305)
Wallace, Edgar Wallace, Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace(noun)
English writer noted for his crime novels (1875-1932)
Wallace, Alfred Russel Wallace(noun)
English naturalist who formulated a concept of evolution that resembled Charles Darwin's (1823-1913)
, notably of the Scottish patriot William Wallace.
, transferred use of the surname since the nineteenth century.
Origin: An byname for a Welshman or Breton , from waleis "foreign".
Wallace is a historic city in the Panhandle region of the U.S. state of Idaho and the county seat of Shoshone County in the Silver Valley mining district. Wallace sits alongside the South Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River and the town's population was 784 at the 2010 census. Wallace is the principal town of the Coeur d'Alene silver-mining district, which produced more silver than any other mining district in the United States. Burke-Canyon Road runs through historic mining communities — many of them now deserted — north and eastward toward the Montana border. East of Wallace, the Route of the Hiawatha and the Lookout Pass ski area are popular with locals and tourists. The elevation is 2,728 feet above sea level.
The numerical value of Wallace in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Wallace in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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Just after 9/11 many were afraid of the work the Center was doing, and yet H. Scott Wallace ’73 of the Wallace Global Fund, stepped up and helped.
The average trade book has a shelf life of between milk and yogurt, except for books by any member of the Irving Wallace family - they have preservatives.
That would have been what I would have written for him [Wallace], where you have that dichotomy of being a gangster and having a deep sensitivity, that was him.
Chris Wallace, that hurt Chris Wallace, and then The New York Times and myself saying Chris Wallace was on a learning curve, that hurt Chris Wallace, if I could do The New York Times over again, I would.
Lower Bucks would be prime to go for Wallace. Upper Bucks would be prime to go for Fitzpatrick, to me the big question is central Bucks — all those folks are Republican or Republican-leaning but really turned off by President Trump.
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