hadaway

hadaway

(ˌhædəˈweɪ)
sentence substitute
dialect Northeast English an exclamation urging the hearer to refrain from delay in the execution of a task
[perhaps from hold1 + away]
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LEADING law firm Ward Hadaway has launched its annual North East Fastest 50 Awards, backed by The Journal.
Nicole Hadaway was just 22 years old and freshly graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison when the head of marketing at Axley Attorneys left.
Ward Hadaway has launched its annual Fastest 50 awards, backed by The Journal to recognise and reward the region's most successful businesses.
AS Ward Hadaway celebrates six years within Manchester's legal scene as part of its overall 30th anniversary, executive partner Paul Johnson reflects on why the city remains a great place to do business...
ACTOR Tim Healy gave a touching tribute to playwright Tom Hadaway as he unveiled a plaque at the screenwriter's birthplace in North Shields.
ACTOR Tim Healy is to unveil a special plaque dedicated to famed playwright Tom Hadaway.
Henry Hadaway's wedding party favourite has often gone head-to-head with composer Gordon Lorenz's Grandma, a 1980 hit for St Winifred's School Choir, for the honour of being the most annoying song of all time.
LAW firm Ward Hadaway has advised on more than pounds 1bn worth of deals for its clients over the past year.
So on forays away from the Big Smoke, I suggest he avoids confusing "haway" with "hadaway".
AGLOBAL technology expert responsible for driving inno vation at Northumbrian Wa ter will be at Ward Hadaway's North East Fastest 50 event to crown the leading lights of the region's busi ness community.
Sammy Joseph Hadaway appeals the order denying his petition for a writ of coram nobis seeking to withdraw his plea.