wa-wa


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wa-wa

 (wä′wä′)
n.
Variant of wah-wah.
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(72) Thus it is possible to employ zeroing in each of these three methodologies: weighted average to weighted average comparisons (WA-WA), transaction to transaction comparisons (T-T), and weighted average to transaction comparisons (WA-T).
At 17 months, though he understands pretty much everything we say to him, particularly when it revolves around food, there's not a huge amount of words in his vocabulary, apart from mummy, daddy and wa-wa (his name for big sister Molly).
Ka na i skwa ke wa ba mo ni ke wa wa-wa wa sa na ma wi no ke wia wa ni.
Indeed, a couple of years ago we at the Scottish Mirror shelled out pounds 2.99 on Human League's Greatest Hits so columnist Doddie Weir could celebrate any tries he scored at the World Cup to the sound of (here comes) 'The Mirror Man' - ooh wa-wa ooh).