Heald


Also found in: Wikipedia.
(hēld)
n.1.A heddle.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
WORCESTER, MA / CHESTER, VT - Priscilla "Pete" Heald, 89, long-time resident of Chester, VT, died peacefully at her home in Worcester on Wednesday, September 11, 2013.
William Armstrong: Magician of the North by Henrietta Heald is shortlisted for the Portico Prize, awarded to the best quality books set wholly, or largely in the north of England.
Gwalchmai''s Mark Griffith then raced in on goal from the left but his final effort lacked the power to trouble Holyhead custodian Ben Heald.
William Armstrong: Magician of the North by Henrietta Heald was published by Northumbria Press last year.
His accomplice Edmund Heald, 19, then stole pounds 15 from him, Hull Crown Court heard.
The fair-minded cynicism of Nick Carroway, the moral center of the book, through whose flawed but intelligent eyes we see Jay Gatsby and his world, is perfectly captured by Heald.
Nominated for a Hugo award, Eifelheim is a science fiction audiobook by award-winning author Anthony Heald.
Heald Award; Army Life Cycle Logistician of the Year Award; Department of the Army Research and Development Laboratory of the Year Awards; the Secretary of the Army Acquisition Director, Project and Product Managers of the Year Awards; and Army Acquisition Excellence Awards.
Heald, is to involve the treating physician in the decision process.
On being informed he was under arrest, Heald struck the officer's chest with both fists and they had a 'fierce struggle' on the ground, prosecutor James Neary told magistrates.
After United's Richard Leadbetter saw his third-minute effort palmed away by visiting keeper Craig Dootson the FA Cup heroes took full control of the game and opened the scoring in the 16th minute through Andrew Heald.