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Weldon

(ˈwɛldən)
n
(Biography) Fay. born 1931, British novelist and writer. Her novels include Praxis (1978), Life and Loves of a She-Devil (1984), Big Women (1998), and Rhode Island Blues (2003)
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"Simon Welldon," said Rachel, "we were engaged for a while.
Gilligan, James 2009 "Sex, Gender and Violence: Estela Welldon's Contribution to Our Understanding of the Psychopathology of Violence." British Journal of Psychotherapy 25(2): 239-56.
Mahatma Ghandi once said, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." This axiom is at the heart of Ashoka, a helping organization that envisions a world where everyone can be a 'changemaker.' In this inspiring title, Christine Welldon introduces young readers to 16 diverse and remarkable 'changemakers'--social entrepreneurs who, with the help of Ashoka, are making their vision for a better world a reality.
James Welldon, who was Dean of Durham Cathedral from 1918 to 1933, said that as soon as money comes into what, honour begins to go out of it?
In the course of his address Bishop Welldon said: "There have been many memorial services held in this cathedral during the last three or four years, but none that have been quite like this service.
Welldon's Gerald Eversley's Friendship (1895) wherein the title character "reflects" on the "sister of his school chum Harry," concluding that "to be linked to her was to be linked to him, to him perpetually...
Dave Welldon, 65, was told the drop was due to the Department for Work and Pensions finding a shortfall in his NI contributions.
Welldon, for example, in his article "Order in the Church: Obedience to the New Prayer-Book", speculated that "[n]othing perhaps has done more injury to the Church than the example of clerical disobedience to the law".
Splitting of the ego as a defence in perversion is also described by Welldon (2011).
Steinberg often championed the causes of society's working classes; author Christine Welldon (Children of the Titanic, Nimbus, 2012; Pier 21: Listen to My Story, Nimbus, 2012; Molly Kooh Captain of the Atlantic, Nimbus, 2011; The Children of Africville, Nimbus, 2009; and Canadian Pacific Railway: Pon Git Cheng, Grolier, 1992) wonders whether the controversial nature of Steinberg's last column on April 22, 1895, in which she stated that "the majority of these [shop girls] are better ...