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Mudwall
Mudwall Mud"wall`, n. (Zo["o]l.) The European bee-eater. See Bee-eater. [Written also modwall.]

Meaning of Mudwall from wikipedia

- fight for the Confederate States of America (and receive the nickname "Mudwall" as an allusion to their relation and determination, as discussed below)...
- mud is formed of thin laminations. After 200 m the Mudwall P****age enters into the small Mudwall Chamber. This has been formed by water coming from Link...
- Stonewall " Meet " Old Mudwall " Jackson". Civil War Talk. Retrieved 16 August 2015. Walden, Geoffrey R. (1990). "Will the Real "Mudwall" Jackson Please Stand...
- (1840–1917), British businessman and Conservative politician William Lowther "Mudwall" Jackson, American Civil War general and Lieutenant Governor of Virginia...
- Image Name Rank Notes Jackson, Alfred E. "Mudwall" Brigadier General rank: February 9, 1863 nom: March 5, 1863 conf: April 22, 1863 Major, quartermaster...
- resting on Sandy Ridge to the west of Kernstown, screened by Col. William "Mudwall" Jackson's cavalry. Brig. Gen. Gabriel C. Wharton's division, led by Maj...
- Christopher Morris (London: The Cresset Press, 1949), p. 67. London Brick [1]. "Mudwall leaflet" (PDF). www.whittleseymuseumcollections.com. Retrieved 15 January...
- was supported by 4-Howitzer artillery unit commanded by General Alfred "Mudwall" Jackson. Telford has a post office and zip code. (37690) The post office...
- tactics, protected by magnificent forts with big modern guns, or behind mudwalls with jingals, conducted themselves always with scarcely a redeeming feature...
- and Dundee. It is the location of one of the largest concentrations of mudwall structures in Scotland, centred on the parish of Errol. The Old Schoolhouse...
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