Hawhaw


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Haw`haw´


v. i.1.To laugh boisterously.
We haw-haw'd, I tell you, for more than half an hour.
- Major Jack Downing.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Oddly, one of the loyalists who re-settled was that deranged patriot William Joyce, who entered history briefly as Lord HawHaw, with his radio broadcasts of Nazi propaganda.
At The Baker's Table, he has turned classic local candies like Butterball and Hawhaw into luscious cakes.
As Irishmen Bono and Sir Bob Geldof were named in the Great Briton list, I have to include their least-celebrated countryman William Joyce, known as Lord HawHaw, who broadcast propaganda from Nazi Germany during World War II as one of my top of the flops.