Weld

Weld most commonly refers to a joint formed by welding.

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Larz Anderson Park - History
... and developed as a farm in the 17th century by the Welds, in 1899 the estate was purchased from a fellow Weld Family member by socialite heiress Isabel Weld ... was a twenty-five room mansion overlooking the Boston skyline which the Andersons named "Weld" to honor Isabel's grandfather ... it to resemble Lulworth Castle, an ancestral home associated with the Welds ...
Spring Juvenile Hurdle - Recent Winners
1997 Commanche Court Norman Williamson Ted Walsh 1998 Iron County Xmas Norman Williamson Dermot Weld 1999 Knife Edge Tom Rudd Michael O'Brien 2000 Sungazer Paul Carberry Noel Meade ...
Charles Joseph Weld
... Charles Joseph Weld CIE MC (1893–1962) was an officer in the British Indian Army during the interwar years, World War II, and post-war ... As part of Iraqforce, Brigadier Weld commanded the 21st Indian Brigade of the Indian 10th Infantry Division during the Anglo-Iraqi War and the Syria-Lebanon campaign ... As part of Paiforce, Brigadier Weld commanded the 21st Indian Brigade attached to Hazelforce during the Anglo-Soviet invasion of Persia ...
Weld - Other
... Weld (album), a 1991 live album by Neil Young Crazy Horse "Weld", another name for Reseda luteola, a fragrant herbaceous plant used as a natural dye ...
Concorde Stakes (Ireland) - Winners Since 1983
... Year Winner Age Jockey Trainer Time 1983 Iron Leader 3 Darrel McHargue Dermot Weld 1984 Argosy 3 Pat Eddery Vincent O'Brien 1985 Kings River 3 Michael Kinane Dermot Weld 153.10 1986 Kings River 4 ...