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mod. exciting; eccentric; cool. Things are really wild here.
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Hearn expects a victory against the New Zealander and predicts Wilder will be easy pickings for Joshua.
Wilder, who won a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, is scheduled to defend his title on March 3 against Cuban Luis Ortiz.
Little House in the Big Woods was published in 1932, when Wilder was 65.
Wilder (inset) claimed he had "declared war" on Joshua after his latest defence against Bermane Stiverne on Saturday in New York and Hearn has flown to the US to try and negotiate with his camp.
Comedian and presenter Dara O Briain tweeted: "Gene Wilder has died.
WBC champion Wilder struggled for large portions of the fight but left Szpilka out cold with a powerful right hand with 36 seconds remaining in the ninth round.
Softly, with Feeling: Joe Wilder and the Breaking of Barriers in American Music.
As a scholar of children's literature, I found it illuminating to compare Wilder's autobiographical manuscript to the series, which she and her daughter Rose Wilder Lane together reshaped for a juvenile audience.
She was the daughter of Roger Wilder and the late Arline Wilder.
Generations have grown up with Laura Ingalls Wilder through the Little House on the Prairie books and television show, reminders of the courageous families that braved the wild frontier.
WILDER v LIAKHOVICH BoxNation, 2am WITH 28 knockouts from 28 professional fights, American heavyweight Deontay Wilder is starting to make a big name for himself, writes Dan Williams.
Baker & McKenzie's head of Global Environmental Markets and Climate Change, Martijn Wilder, has been named Partner of the Year at the 2013 Lawyers Weekly Awards.
com)-- Wilder on the Taylor is pleased to partner with Chris Kopf and Coldwell Banker Bighorn Realty as the listing agent for the property.