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Wace

Wace (c. 1110 – after 1174), sometimes referred to as Robert Wace, was a Norman poet, who was born in Jersey and brought up in mainland Normandy (he tells us in the Roman de Rou that he was taken as a child to Caen), ending his career as Canon of Bayeux.

WACE (AM)

WACE (730 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a mixed Christian radio and infomercial format. During the 1970s, the station broadcast a very popular Oldies format.
Licensed to Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA, the station serves the Springfield MA area. The station is currently owned by Carter Broadcasting.

Usage examples of "wace".

It was illegal to cage animals for display, but it was not illegal to cage Wace Renoldon Farley, 673-492-479-341-895, and train him under the threat of dire punishment if he learned slowly, and make him perform ten times daily for a leering audience of inhumane humans.

Wace Renoldon Farley, notorious enemy of the government and the people, Wace Farley would kill his audiences dead.

Lance Major Wace to ready the troop for battle and, with Troop Guide Bikaner, rode forward a ways, then dismounted and went on foot until we could see the valley in front.

Lance Major Wace in charge of that, to deal with those people crossing the river.

Captain Mellet and Lance-Major Wace had been left in command of the troops.

For a moment, Daemon feared Wace would have to bring the man a towel and oil cloth.

Lance Major Wace to ready the troop for battle and, with Troop Guide Bikaner, rode forward a ways, then dismounted and went on foot until we could see the valley in front.

We traveled very leisurely, having more than a week to reach Wace, Continental Divide, where she passionately desired to see he Ceremonial Dances marking the seasonal opening of Magic Cave, and at least three weeks to reach Elphinstone, gem of a western State where she yearned to climb Red Rock from which a mature screen star had recently jumped to her death after a drunken row with her gigolo.

By the sixth Diomedean day, Wace had put on a noticeable amount of flesh and was weakly but fumingly aprowl in his room.

Three or four miles out of Wace, I turned into the shadow of a picnic ground where the morning had dumped its litter of light on an empty table.