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1.A wave.
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(Sio hivi yalivyofanywa--kuja mtu akatoa amri kuwa Fulani na Fulani wawe ndio).
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Per was sorwe, wo-so it sawe, Hwan pe children bi p[e] wawe Leyen and sprauleden in pe blod!
LOS, Paul, The First Wawe: Wittgenstein's Early Influence upon Russell's Philosophy.Toronto: University of Toronto, 2003.
At the same period the thief and outlaw William Wawe and his gang were suppressed by the Duke of Gloucester working, for once, in harmony with Bishop Beaufort.
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([10]) Sinus tacycardia with evidence of left atrial enlargement and QT prolongation Follow-up ECG: QT prolongation with widespread flat T wawes in [V.sub.4-6], II, III and [.sub.a][V.sub.F] Burke et al.
No coyn ne knew man which was false or trewe, No ship yit karf the wawes grene and blewe, No marchaunt yit ne fette outlandish ware.
de Vires, "On the change of form of long waves advancing in a rectangular canal and on a new type of long stationary wawes," Philosophical Magazine, vol.
WHAT IT IS: Label founded by Matthew Johnson and Peter Redvers-Lee to expose underground or obscure blues players in northern Mississippi, now having a second life releasing an expanded field of discontented sounds from rock acts like Wawes and The Walkmen.