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welter in something

1. to roll about or wallow in something; to be immersed in or surrounded by something. Most breeds of pigs will welter happily in mud. I hate having to welter in the heat.
2. [for someone or something] to drip or run with liquid, such as blood, sweat, water, etc. Three minutes into the jungle, we were weltering in our own sweat. The wounded man weltered in his blood.
3. Fig. to be immersed in something such as activity, work, demands, etc. (Fig. on {2}.) Toward the peak of the season, we welter in orders for our goods. She was weltering in work, eager to take a break.
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Once this law has been in effect a few years, we have a legislative body that could consider rule changes, if they're needed," Welter said.
But tonight he is testing the water at welter for the first time against Argentine knockout a r t i s t Luis Abregu.
shouted Mister Welter as his entire body seemed to sort of twitch, "stop
11, within 24 hours of when the alleged attack occurred, and Wagner was relieved of duty while an investigation ensued, Welter said.
After fighting his way into position as the IBF's mandatory challenger at light- welter weight with victory over American Mike Stewart in his final eliminator in Manchester, Hatton is hoping to realise his ambition of challenging Tszyu next year.
ENI)--Many churches in Britain have shrinking congregations, bur an organization that helps church volunteers hold their own with a welter of financial and accountancy requirements is proving so popular members.
Pontypool welter Tony Doherty, cut in the opening session, nevertheless floored Midlands survivor David Kirk on the way to a clear points win, while Cwmbran super-feather Jamie Arthur, also needing stitches for a gash over one eye, took a six-round verdict over rough Frenchman Frederic Bonifai.
Parana State Assemblyman Elton Welter says he drafted the measure due to health and environmental concerns.
Then thunder Stephen Welter decided to get into wood-plastic composite decking.
The writing is crisp, highly detailed but always readable, and the narrative never bogs down in a welter of names and units.
Construction is expected to begin in early spring, if not sooner, says Art Welter, vice-president of development for Trinity Development Group.
The big three bookmakers in the UK suspended betting on the UEFA Cup Qualifying tie, when a welter of cash poured in on the Scots to win the match and be leading at half-time and full time.
Welter and the physician groups orchestrated boycotts and engaged in price fixing and other anticompetitive conduct, the FTC says.
Volker Welter has been equally well-served by his publisher with the inclusion of a mass of illustrations from the work of Geddes and from architects of his day, as well as from their continental contemporaries Many of these European links will be new to Geddesian explorers.
Using a series of lengthy examples involving individuals (identified only by a first name) and their situations, the book explores the welter of issues that surround interpersonal interactions and how effectively corporate directives are carried out.