awa'

awa'

(əˈwɔː)
adv
Scot away; departed; onward
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McIntyre said, quite easy, "he might as weel be awa'.
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.
Two years later, Charles Clausing, AWA's president, appeared in front of the House of Representatives concerning a bill on stealing pets from homes and the pound for research.
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,
Cabrini Health and AWA's administrator, PPB Advisory, in cooperation declared the purchase of the technology service company, stating that the purchase would permit Cabrini to expand its technology services, which comprise biomedical engineering, assistive technology services and facilities management.
The Awa's urgent message pleads with Brazil's Minister of Justice to "evict loggers from our land immediately.
There were also national flags, music and languages from all over the world and the event was held to celebrate the AWA's diverse membership, said president Tosin Arowojolu.
All of AWA's firearms are assembled and finished in this country using Pietta parts.
AWA's financial situation deteriorated in its final months, leading it to stop making stock payments to Brick Ogden, brother of AWA's late founder, Gregg Ogden.