whitebeard


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whitebeard

(ˈwaɪtˌbɪəd)
n
an old man with a white beard
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Users can also look for Waldo's traveling companions Wenda, Woof, Wizard Whitebeard and Odlaw.
Other targets for visitors to find include his friends such as Wilma, her identical twin sister Wenda, Wally's nemesis Odlaw, Wally's dog called Woof, Wizard Whitebeard, plus The Wally Watchers, his devoted fan-club.
by Martin Handford (Walker Books) Wally-Watchers, get ready to dive into the past - and maybe the future - on your search for Wally and his friends, Woof, Wenda, Wizard Whitebeard and Odlaw.
The jovial,plumpish man with a long, whitebeard, wearing a red suit,black boots and a floppy scarlet cap with a white bob at the end was seated in a high-backed chair,his metal-rimmed spectacles falling half way down his nose.
The jovial,plumpish man with a long, whitebeard, wearing a red suit,black boots and a floppy scarlet cap with a white bobble at the end was seated in a high-backed chair,his metal-rimmed spectacles falling half-way down his nose.
The DVP4 powers the touchpanel interface, which allows users to manage the presentation from the Director's 67-inch touch-sensitive screen, which also functions as a whitebeard or a high-resolution interactive control panel installed on a lectern or podium.
The red-and-white-hooped hero takes a break from travelling the world with his chums Wenda and Wizard Whitebeard to be at Thorpe Park today, tomorrow and on April 11, 12 and 13 to meet fans and hand out Where's Wally goodies.
It works through a split temporality; interrogations of the Biko figure, Rasechaba, by white and black security police, Whitebeard and Jonathan, are interspersed as flashbacks with the "rehearsal" scenes (later in real time) in which Whitebeard and Jonathan try to touch up Rasechaba's dead body for the inquest.
His white interrogator, Major Whitebeard, is not a cartoon like Beckett's Director, but has dramatic force and menacing intelligence, particularly in contrast to the loss of force in Rasechaba, who is seen repeatedly as a dead figure hanging limply on a cross.
This dynamic culminates in a struggle between Whitebeard and Rasechaba over the question of voice, of who speaks, who has the floor, who controls public discourse, who determines the fate of black speech, black words, black texts.
Black Halo posits a fascist-religious state succeeding some global catastrophe (marked as 'B.C.C.', the 'Big Car Cessation'), with refugees from the 'urban wastelands' banished to the wilderness for self-preservation when one small zealot elite, the 'Whitebeard Deciders', holds all control.
As the aksakal (whitebeards) sip from their mugs of steaming chai, they delight in swapping stories of the heroes, poets, and proselytizers of the Silk Road's golden age.