Definitions for "Wilson"
Woodrow (1856-1924) President of the USA, 1913-21. Adopted a policy of neutrality for much of the First World War, only allowing the USA to declare war on Germany on 6 April 1917. Key advocate of the League of Nations and a democratic post-war settlement based on the principles of national self-determination.
28th President of the United States; led the United States in World War I and secured the formation of the League of Nations (1856-1924)
Wilson is a 1944 biographical film in Technicolor about President Woodrow Wilson. It stars Charles Coburn, Alexander Knox, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Thomas Mitchell, Ruth Nelson, Eddie Foy Jr., Cedric Hardwicke, Matt Moore and Vincent Price.
author of the first novel by an African American that was published in the United States (1808-1870)
English writer of novels and short stories (1913-1991)
a writer who completed her University of Victoria co-op internship with The Heritage Group
Wilson is a station on the Yonge-University-Spadina line of the subway system of Toronto, Canada. It is located in the median of Allen Road at 570 Wilson Avenue, and it opened in 1978.
Wilson is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's Red Line, part of the Chicago 'L' metro system. It is located in the Uptown neighborhood at 4620 North Broadway in Chicago, Illinois (directional coordinates 4600 north, 1100 west). It is the closest station to Harry S Truman College.
Wilson is a lunar crater that lies in the southern part of the Moon's near side, to the southwest of the large Clavius walled plain. It is nearly attached to the southeastern rim of the slightly larger Kircher crater. Almost due east lies the Klaproth walled plain.
Keywords:  housetrained, poodle, lab, mix, young
a young lab/poodle mix, he is housetrained
Canadian geophysicist who was a pioneer in the study of plate tectonics (1908-1993)
Keywords:  juan, colorado, mountains, san, peak
a peak in the San Juan mountains of Colorado (14,246 feet high)
American Revolutionary leader who was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence (1742-1798)