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wazz

(wæz) or

waz

vb
(intr) to urinate
n
the act of urinating
[ origin unknown]
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In Bulgaria, WAZ owns dailies Trud and 24 Chasa - some of the most widely circulated Bulgarian newspapers.
He added that WAZ is ready to sell its newspapers there - not immediately but rather when they can make it "profitably".
In Serbia, WAZ is staging a pull-out planned to end by the end of 2010 after a full-scale conflict with the Serbian government on the occasion of WAZ's failed bid to buy daily Novosti.
The mean (SD) WAZ was 0.44 (1.26), the mean (SD) WHZ was 0.83 (1.28) and the mean (SD) HAZ was -0.24 (1.26).
TALKS Waz and Little Mix's Jesy The bodybuilder, who has appeared in several of his pals' music videos, regularly hosts his famous mates at clubs including Mahiki and Bunga Bunga.
Results The frequency of acute malnutrition or wasting (WHZ) among flood affected children was 23.7% as compared to 16.5% among unaffected children while the frequency of underweight (WAZ) in flood affected areas was 42.1% as against 36.8% in unaffected areas (both were not significant).
He waz a wind inztrumenta1izt, who p1ayed the wind inztrument 'Nadazwaram'.
Schlumberger recently announced that Statoil Gulf of Mexico LLC has signed an agreement to license a large part of the WesternGeco Campeche wide-azimuth (WAZ) deepwater multiclient seismic survey in the southern Gulf of Mexico.
We derived BMI (weight divided by height squared), and z-scores for BMI-for-age (BAZ), weight-for-age (WAZ) and height-for-age (HAZ) by using the World Health Organization (WHO) AnthroPlus software for the applicable ages (Department of Nutrition, WHO, Geneva).
It tracks Weight for Age (WAZ) for each of the participants upon admission to the program, at the end of the PD Hearth sessions, during the two weeks follow up and at graduation from the program.
"I'd also urge the driver of the car to do the right thing and get in touch so he can put across his side of the story and explain how the collision occurred." Mrs Bibi's grandson Waz Ali has appealed for information about the crash and said: "Don't let her death be in vain." Writing on the Birmingham Mail's Facebook page Waz said: "Please, if anyone has any information don't let my nan's death be for no reason." Anyone with information can call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.