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  2. Walter (2015) - IMDb

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    When Walter was ten years old he made a deal with God to judge the eternal fate of everyone he comes in contact with in exchange for his father going to Heaven. Walter manages his daily routine and his worrisome mother until the mysterious Greg shows up and forces Walter to confront the meaning of his life, and his future. — Purple Bench Films

  3. Some of the Best of Walter | JEFF DUNHAM - YouTube

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    4.4M views 2 years ago Everyone knows someone like this… in your own family, or where you work. Please welcome my old friend, Walter! Check out these "best of" moments from your favorite...

  4. Walter custome rs include renowned companies from the general plant construction and mechanical engineering sector, the automotive and energy industry, and aviation and aerospace industry. The company impresses these customers not only with innovative tools but also as a provider of customised solutions for the complete machining of components – and as a process partner for efficient digital solutions.

  5. Remove more material, faster, with Walter’s all-new, all-powerful Xcavator XX™ ceramic grinding wheel. Its unique ceramic grain blend allows for an ultra-fast removal rate, all while reducing stress on the operator. Its long life helps you save time due to less wheel changeovers to provide the most productive wheel for heavy-duty grinding on steel and stainless steel so that you can work better, and ultimately work less.

  6. Walter | All Over the Map | JEFF DUNHAM - YouTube

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    Walter | All Over the Map | JEFF DUNHAM Jeff Dunham 3.98M subscribers Subscribe 129K Share 21M views 7 years ago Walter visits England, Iceland, and Australia, in this clip from my 2014 special...

  7. Walter: Name Meaning, Origin, Popularity - Verywell Family

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    The name Walter is Germanic in origin and means "commander of the army." The name is derived from the Germanic elements "wald" meaning "rule" and "hari" meaning "army." Walter is most often used in German-, Swedish-, and English-speaking communities. 1. The rise in popularity of "old-fashioned" names, such as George, Frank, Fred, Ava, Ida, and Violet, buoyed the name Walter as well.

  8. Walter Tools » Engineering Kompetenz

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    Founded in 1919 by Richard Walter in Düsseldorf and with its headquarters in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg since 1925, Walter has grown to become one of the world's leading manufacturers of precision tools for metal machining. With around 3800 international employees, the Tübingen-based company has customers in over 80 countries across the world.

  9. Walter (name) - Wikipedia

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    Walter is a German masculine given name derived from Old High German Walthari, composed of the elements walt- "power", "ruler", and hari "army". The name was first popularized by the famous epic German hero Walther von Aquitaine and later with the writer Walther von der Vogelweide. The name is first recorded in the 6th century, with Walthari son of Wacho, who was king of the Lombards during 539–546. Old High German forms are recorded as Walthari, Waltari, Walthar, Waltar, Waltere, Waldheri ...

  10. Walter Surface Technologies provides high productivity abrasives, power tools, tooling, chemical tools and environmental solutions to the metalworking industry. We have done this since 1952. To help you work better, we developed our Partnership in Productivity program, which is dedicated to safety and productivity.

  11. ‘Breaking Bad’ Returns For PopCorners’ Super Bowl Commercial:...

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    In Walter’s hand is a sky-blue bag of White Cheddar PopCorners chips. “I’m not going to flood it,” says Jesse, dressed in his trademark coat and knit cap. “That, to my ear, distinctively ...