Caldwell


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Cald·well

 (kôld′wĕl′, -wəl, kŏld′-), Erskine Preston 1903-1987.
American writer best known for his graphic novels about poverty and degeneration, such as Tobacco Road (1932).

Caldwell

, Sarah 1924-2006.
American conductor and opera producer noted for her stagings of classical and modern works.

Caldwell

(ˈkɔːldwɛl; -wəl)
n
(Biography) Erskine (ˈɜːskɪn). 1903–87, US novelist whose works include Tobacco Road (1933)

Cald•well

(ˈkɔld wɛl, -wəl)

n.
Erskine, 1903–87, U.S. novelist.
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Noun1.Caldwell - United States author remembered for novels about poverty and degeneration (1903-1987)
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Following the instructions of his chief, Tarzan had booked his passage under an assumed name--John Caldwell, London.
Martin and Professor Caldwell had got together in a conspicuous corner, and though Martin no longer wove the air with his hands, to Ruth's critical eye he permitted his own eyes to flash and glitter too frequently, talked too rapidly and warmly, grew too intense, and allowed his aroused blood to redden his cheeks too much.
Furthermore, Professor Caldwell did not realize Martin's concept of the average English professor.
So Martin contaminated Professor Caldwell with his own earnestness, challenging him to speak his mind.
Just as Ruth's face, in a momentary jealousy had called before his eyes a forgotten moonlight gale, and as Professor Caldwell made him see again the Northeast Trade herding the white billows across the purple sea, so, from moment to moment, not disconcerting but rather identifying and classifying, new memory- visions rose before him, or spread under his eyelids, or were thrown upon the screen of his consciousness.
But such thoughts and visions did not prevent him from following Professor Caldwell closely.
She had sat two lecture courses under Professor Caldwell and looked up to him as the living repository of all knowledge.
Professor Caldwell sat for a full minute, silent and fingering his watch chain.
You shouldn't have monopolized Professor Caldwell that way.
He was superior to the climb, and (he did not, with false modesty, hide it from himself) he was superior to the beings among whom he had climbed - with the exception, of course, of Professor Caldwell.
Colonel Ingram and Judge Caldwell are pretty friendly.
He was sued by a group of anti-evolutionists when, in the site's section on teaching evolution in public schools, Caldwell recommended teachers tell students that many religious leaders had accepted evolution as fact.