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  • ai Ai pohaku ko' akua.
  • wa "'It is Ok-wa-ho's voice,' they said proudly, 'and it is the cry of victory.
  • wad "Then that accounts for the husky wad," says I. "Twenty thousand!
  • wadi I think that it can be shown that these places, though now fallen from their high estate, once played their part in important events,-that Bait Sahhoor of the Wadi is identical with Bethsura,-and that Bait Sahhoor of the Christians is identical with Bath Zacharias-both of Maccabaean history.
  • wag Walter-or Wally-Meadows was a different type; long and thin for fourteen, burnt to almost Kaffir darkness; a wag of a boy, with merry brown eyes, and a temperament unable to be depressed for more than five minutes at a time.
  • waif A great friend of his was Jack Turner, a charming specimen of the London waif, a perfect little angel in his tenth year, but an angel, as it unfortunately proved, with a stumble and a fall, in consequence of which he had to do his growing up in a reformatory, and who asks for the price of a glass of beer when I meet him now.
  • wail As the service went on, ill-checked sobs rose from behind the two girls, who were among the foremost in the crowd, and by-and-by the cry and the wail became general.
  • wain She spake with voice unfaltering, and the golden wain moved on, And all men deemed who heard her that great gifts their home had won.
  • wait "Just wait a minute, please.
  • wan Thin clouds had again drifted over the moon, allowing only a pale, wan light to shine down on the valley.
  • war Come to me after the war is over.
  • wax He was like wax in my hands.
  • way "Yes-I know a way.
  • wei The position of things in Wei was naturally such as Confucius could not sanction, and, as the duke showed no disposition to amend his ways, the Sage left his court, and lived the remainder of the five or six years, during which he sojourned in the state, in close retirement.
  • wi Wi' coulters and wi' forehammers We garred the bars bang merrilie, Until we came to the inner prison, Where Willie o' Kinmont he did lie.
  • Was "Yes," was Ethelyn's reply.
  • Wac WAC was preceded by the OMTP and it completed its acquisition of the Joint Innovation Lab on 1 October 2010, accelerating the commercial launch of WAC-enabled application stores and put it in a position to be fully operational and commercially running before the end of 2010.
  • Cai "Not that Hymen hadn't decent qualities, mind you," Cai Tamblyn continued.
  • Mai The Champ de Mai has shown the enthusiasm of France for their Emperor.
  • WII Action Replay Action Replay Professional (1999) Equalizer (Datel) Sixth generation Dreamcast Action Replay CDX (2000) Equalizer Extreme PlayStation 2 Action Replay 2 (2000) Action Replay 2 V2 (2001) Action Replay MAX (2003) Action Replay MAX EVO (2004) Action Replay MAX EVO (2009) Xbox Action Replay MAX Action Replay MAX 360 Power-saves (2009) GameCube Action Replay (2003) [Note: The latest Wii firmware blocks this on Wii consoles running in GameCube mode.
  • WWI Although there was a general lack of knowledge about its mechanisms, a review of patients seen during WWI combat reveals the symptoms of post-traumatic amnesia (PTA) in many soldiers.

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