wa-wa


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wa-wa

 (wä′wä′)
n.
Variant of wah-wah.
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The era of Woodstock and man landing on the moon was a decade of blaring electric guitars, wa-wa effects, drum solos and strange lyrics.
However, one could have reasonably taken the view that, having found zeroing impermissible in the WA-WA context, the Appellate Body was likely to find it impermissible in other contexts as well.
At 17 months, though he understands pretty much everything we say to him, particularly when it revolves around food, there's not a huge amount of words in his vocabulary, apart from mummy, daddy and wa-wa (his name for big sister Molly).
Ka na i skwa ke wa ba mo ni ke wa wa-wa wa sa na ma wi no ke wia wa ni.
Pink travels to England, Egypt, China, Bhutan, India and Australia as he unravels a sinister yet silly plot surrounding Camp Chilly Wa-Wa.