Welland


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Wel·land

 (wĕl′ənd)
A city of southeast Ontario, Canada, on the Welland Canal, about 44 km (27 mi) long, which connects Lake Erie with Lake Ontario and bypasses Niagara Falls.
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Welland; and slightly withdrawn behind these brocaded matrons sat a young girl in white with eyes ecstatically fixed on the stagelovers.
It was only that afternoon that May Welland had let him guess that she "cared" (New York's consecrated phrase of maiden avowal), and already his imagination, leaping ahead of the engagement ring, the betrothal kiss and the march from Lohengrin, pictured her at his side in some scene of old European witchery.
It was that of a slim young woman, a little less tall than May Welland, with brown hair growing in close curls about her temples and held in place by a narrow band of diamonds.
The bloody battle alluded to in the text, fought and won by King Harold, over his brother the rebellious Tosti, and an auxiliary force of Danes or Norsemen, was said, in the text, and a corresponding note, to have taken place at Stamford, in Leicestershire, and upon the river Welland. This is a mistake, into which the author has been led by trusting to his memory, and so confounding two places of the same name.
"Well," said the still waiting Harriet;" welland and what shall I do?"
The Honourable Franois-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for FedDev Ontario, will make an important announcement to support manufacturing and innovation in Welland. Minister Champagne will be joined by Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre.
Grant Welland, BBC Studios' Executive Vice President for CEMA, today announced the senior team which will be responsible for leading the company's established BBC branded services network and successful content sales and formats business in the region.
Wildlife experts say that the swans on the River Welland, Lincs, could die if they ingest the oil while preening their feathers.
THIRTY-FIVE years ago, Chariots of Fire writer Colin Welland famously warned the Academy Awards "the British are coming".
JACKSON, HEAD OF THE CANADIAN division of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers Union (UE), visited Welland, Ontario, during an organizing drive in 1942.
Founded in Welland in 1967, Niagara College now operates from specialized campuses in Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Ms Starr told the hearing that she was asked by Debenhams' loss prevention supervisor, Daniel Welland, to review the footage - both already knew each other after Mr Welland's previous stint as a special constable.