wagga


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wagga

(ˈwɒɡə)
n
(Textiles) Austral a blanket or bed covering made out of sacks stitched together
[C19: named after Wagga Wagga]
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Brown accepted it with some surprise and read on it: "Cab to Wagga Wagga, 379, Mafeking Avenue, Putney.
He blackmailed his brother from Australia for his little forgotten crime (that is why he took the cab to Wagga Wagga in Putney), he blackmailed his sister for the theft he alone could have noticed.
Canberra, Rabi'II 28, 1439, January 15, 2018, SPA -- Saudi Charge d'Affaires, Minister Plenipotentiary in Australia Mishaal Al-Roqi paid today a visit to Islamic Studies Center at Charles Stewart University and the Muslim community in Wagga Wagga City in Southwest of New South Wales State.
Tig started sailing in 1949 in Wagga Wagga, where he was born, in Heavyweight Sharpies and then Gwen 12s.
Wagga Wagga (NSW, Australia) & Walla Walla (WA, U.
Taskforce Integrity is visiting Wagga Wagga in regional New South Wales to raise awareness about welfare recipients obligations so they can avoid accumulating a debt with the Department of Human Services.
Nurses at the recently opened Wagga Wagga Rural Referral Hospital have voted to slow elective surgery in response to a dangerous staff shortage primarily caused by federal government cuts to the health budget.
The Royal couple showed great interest in a Wagga Wagga stick, an Aboriginal fighting club which had been presented to the Queen in Australia in 1954.
Gilbert and Felix Williamson, and is about two men, an Australian and Englishman, who are rival neighbours living in Wagga Wagga in Australia.
The Dash-8 Q300 domestic flight had been heading to the New South Wales city of Wagga Wagga when it made the landing in the national capital.
Warwick Eather, The Wagga Wagga Branch of the Australia Labor Party, 1891-1991 (Shanghai: Australian Centre for Labour and Capital Studies, 2012).
A local plastics manufacturing company (Rooney G Plastics, Wagga Wagga, NSW) was approached.