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Mosley, Walter

(Encyclopedia) Mosley, Walter, 1952?, African-American author, b. Los Angeles. He was a computer programmer until his first novel, the best-selling mystery Devil in a Blue Dress (1990; film, 1995),?

Diana Mosley 2003 Deaths

Diana MosleyAge: 93 glamorous British intellect and socialite who created a scandal in 1932 when she left her husband, Bryan Guinness, for Oswald Mosley, a leader of the British Union of?

Mosley, Sir Oswald Ernald

(Encyclopedia) Mosley, Sir Oswald Ernald m?zl?, 1896?1980, British fascist leader. He entered (1918) Parliament as a Conservative, became (1922) an independent, and then joined (1924) the Labour?

Walter of Henley

(Encyclopedia) Walter of Henley or Walter de Henley, fl. 13th cent., English writer on agriculture. His treatise Husbandry, written in Norman French in the mid-13th cent., was the great medieval?

Walter Cronkite

Name at birth: Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr.Walter Cronkite was called "the most trusted man in America" during his two decades as anchor of The CBS Evening News. Walter Cronkite was a correspondent?

Walter Mitty

Walter Mitty appears in the short story The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, written by humorist James Thurber and published in The New Yorker in 1939. Mitty is a meek and henpecked husband who daydreams?

Barbara Walters

Barbara Walters is a veteran broadcaster whose TV career extended from her prominent 1970s interviews with world leaders through her 21st-century successes with the morning show The View. Barbara?

Walter Brennan

Walter Brennan was a much-loved and much-Oscared character actor in American movies of the 1930s through 1960s. His specialty was cranky-but-good-hearted sidekicks, uncles, bosses and doctors, all?

Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter (Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr.)kr?ng?k?t, kr?n??, 1916?2009, American news broadcaster, b. St. Joseph, Mo. He left (1935) the Univ. of Texas to write for the Houston Press and later?

Walter Hagen

Walter HagenBorn: Dec. 21, 1892Pro golf pioneer won 2 U.S. Opens (1914,19), 4 British Opens (1922,24,28-29), 5 PGA Championships (1921,24-27) and 5 Western Opens; retired with 40 PGA wins; 6-?