whew


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whew

 (hwyo͞o, hwo͞o)
interj.
Used to express strong emotion, such as relief or amazement.

whew

(hwjuː)
interj
an exclamation or sharply exhaled breath expressing relief, surprise, delight, etc

whew

(ʰwyu)

interj.
1. (a whistling exclamation or sound expressing astonishment, dismay, relief, etc.)
n.
2. an utterance of “whew.”
Translations

whew

[hwjuː] EXCL¡vaya!, ¡caramba!

whew

hwjuː] excl (expressing relief)ouf; (expressing disgust)pouah; (because of heat)pff

whew

interjpuh, uff

whew

[hwjuː] excluuh!
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LOL xxxxx" Whew, either Cheryl or Louis REALLY like exclamation marks.
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The spectra of 248 pure components and mixtures of AMUR, BRUS, CARB, CYST, STRU, URIC, WEDD, and WHEW were recorded with the Golden Gate device.
Of the 92 samples, 2 consisting of WHEW + WEDD and 1 consisting of CARB + STRU showed 20% difference between both methods (see Fig.
The PLS regression and the neural network model were developed for quantification of mixtures of WHEW, WEDD, and CARB, whose incidence rate in urinary stones is ~80% in Western countries (20).
Whew :) karenstrunks The cold weather has brought a blackcap into the garden.
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Whew, is Dwight Richard Odle's set a piece of work.