welk


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welk

(wɛlk)
vb
1. (intr) to wither; to dry up
2. (tr) obsolete to cause to wither
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3 EDIS WELK, TILLER'S WEDGE (Atlas Press, 2001)I hadn't read a stitch in over a year--my crazy version of a juice fast--because there are just too many ideas.
LOIS WELK, on the other hand, thinks a critical eye is essential.
Secretary of our Association is Geoff Welks on 02476 (720661) to whom enquiries should be directed.