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Wau·ke·sha

 (wô′kə-shô′)
A city of southeast Wisconsin west of Milwaukee. Once known for its mineral water, it developed as a spa town.
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Wau•ke•sha

(ˈwɔ kɪˌʃɔ)

n.
a city in SE Wisconsin, W of Milwaukee. 55,250.
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