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From Old English walu (mark of a lash). Earliest documented use: 1024.
“[That] and the mere friction of the wales of my corduroy-covered chair were the only things holding me.”
Robert Olen Butler; The Hot Country; The Mysterious Press; 2012.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:To a father growing old, nothing is dearer than a daughter. -Euripides, playwright (c. 480-406 BCE)