awave

awave

(əˈweɪv)
adv
1. in waves
2. waving
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AWAVE of new measles cases across Birmingham has prompted health chiefs to issue an urgent warning for parents to ensure children are given the MMR jab.
Awave farm off the coast of west Wales could one day provide enough energy to power 500,000 homes using revolutionary new devices designed and made in Wales.
Tenders are invited for construction of a new rock breakwater to replace awave screen that was destroyed at the princess anne wma canal connection to back bay.
AWAVE of cuts hitting all ages, genders and the disabled is on its way to County Durham.
Awave rushes up behind me and Damian the surf instructor shouts: "Paddle, paddle, paddle
The echocardiographic variables studied included: velocity and mitral inflow Awave duration, left atrium diameter, left and right atrial area and left ventricular mass index.
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In March 2003, the government of the United States unleashes a awave of steela on Iraqaoperation ashock and awea at full throttle.
We plan to unleash awave of thousands and thousands of jobs inWales, encouraging businesses and entrepreneurs to get help to start new enterprises that can make the most of the global move to low carbon.
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TWO foreign doctors plotted "indiscriminate and wholesale"murder in awave of car bomb attacks across Britain, a court heard yesterday.