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whelm |(h)welm| verb [ trans. ] archaic or poetic/literary engulf, submerge, or bury (someone or something) : a swimmer whelmed in a raging storm. [ intrans. ] flow or heap up abundantly : the brook whelmed up from its source. noun archaic or poetic/literary an act or instance of flowing or heaping up abundantly; a surge : the whelm of the tide. ORIGIN Middle English : representing an Old English form parallel to hwelfan [overturn (a vessel).]
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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KODAK DX6440 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
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