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Word: welter

Definition: confusion; turmoil; confused mass; bewildering jumble; Ex. welter of data


Sentences Containing 'welter'

"Kommando Welter" was initially formed in November 1944 in Burg bei Magdeburg as "Kommando Stamp", flying the Me 262A-1a, as an experimental nightfighter unit, but was soon renamed "Kommando Welter".
According to Welter, the real founder of the Linji-school was Shoushan (or Baoying) Shengnian (首山省念)(926-993), a fourth generation dharma-heir of Linji.
Alexander "Alex" Ireland (11 February 1901 — January 1966 (aged 64)) born in Leith was a Scottish amateur and professional welter/middleweight boxer of the 1920s and '30s, who was the 1921 Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABA) welterweight champion, and won a silver medal in the welterweight boxing at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium losing to Canadian boxer Bert Schneider in the final, and won the Scottish Area welterweight title, the National Sporting Club (NSC) (subsequently known as the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC)) British middleweight title, British Empire middleweight title, and European Boxing Union (EBU) middleweight title, and was a challenger for the Scottish Area middleweight title, his professional fighting weight varied from , i.e. welterweight to , i.e. middleweight.
Eustachian is a San Francisco based Neo colonial digital power violence / breakcore duo (Anthony Welter John Roche).
She also made a number of Eurovision-related appearances, appearing at a Eurovision party in Cologne, Germany, as well as appearing at the annual convention of the Luxembourgish branch of OGAE, the official Eurovision fan organization, appearing with Eurovision winner Corinne Hermès and Luxembourgish entrant Marion Welter.
The reviewer for "The Observer" wrote on 28 June 1925: "Mrs Christie plunges lightheartedly into a real welter of murders, innocently-implicated lookers-on, Balkan politics (of the lighter Ruritanian kind), impersonators, secret societies, ciphers, experts, secret hiding-places, detectives (real and pretended), and emerges triumphantly at the end, before her readers are too hopelessly befogged.

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