awa'

awa'

(əˈwɔː)
adv
Scot away; departed; onward
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'Come awa' from th' bed!' He was sitting on the side of it, with his face hidden in his hands.
McIntyre said, quite easy, "he might as weel be awa'. He's only retarding buzziness."
"First of all, Samuel Dundee an' Agnes Hewitt; the next day Albert Mahan an' Minnie Duncan; an' by the week-end Eddie Troy and Flo Mackintosh--all sailor-men, an' un sux weeks' time the last of them back tull their ships an' awa', an' no one o' them dreamin' of the wuckedness they'd been ot."
Up he jumps an' calls for horse an' saddle, an' awa' he goes like the wund for Albert Mahan's.
ring awa'! I doot yon young gentleman's little better than a belly-god--there's a scandalous haste to comfort the carnal part o' him in a' this ringin'!
'Old wooman awa', bean't she?' said Mr Browdie, with his mouth full.
"Most people will do anything for the love of a pet or to help one that needs their help," says Maria Clarke, AWA's director of events, business and community relations.
According to Irina Averinos, AWA's Art Group chairman, it was entitled VISIONS because it's a reflection of the different nationalities, backgrounds and inspirations of all those who took part.
"Data Transcripts draw upon AWA s current and ongoing research, end use market analysis, and sector news, providing convenient and regular data and information," says AWA's president and CEO Corey Reardon,
The Cherry Tree Trot (CTT) is a biennial race that aims to raise money for the AWA's community service fund, which will support various charities.
The Awa's urgent message pleads with Brazil's Minister of Justice to "evict loggers from our land immediately...