from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Archaic Variant of woe.
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- n. Obsolete spelling of woe.
- interj. A falconer's call to a hawk.
- interj. A call to cause a horse to slow down or stop; whoa.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See woe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See woe.
"e wo zu" or "zum zu wozu" or "we" and so on -- letters with which it is rarely possible to put together even such small words as _wo_ (= where) or _zu_ (= to, or for) and the longer one persists on such occasions, the more senseless her remarks become; it is the rarest thing for her to suddenly pull herself together so as to give a proper answer.
But it is well enough knowen y as touching ciuile order, the kindreds are reckened by the fede of the man, & yet the excellency of the kinde of man abouc wo - man proucfh not the contrary, buc that in generatio the (ecde of wo« man GodtheRedemer.
I don't know wo is it that must of us are watching or aproving.
I wish we know wo is going to be playing Aro, that is one big important character for me in the twilight saga.
By the way, wo is going to enforce all these contracts?
People in IN and NC please do not fall for this "po wo is me" attitude she is dumping.
But mo-wo is right - your words are just as illustrative.
Can't Post | Private Reply well - this dish was a winner with my husband's whole department and his boss (the mexican national I mentioned in my last post) wo is from Chiuahua said it was EXCELLENT!
FACT: Even though restricting bargaining rights over the long term won't do anything to reduce the deficit immediately, public-sector unions will become more expensive the more political power they have - they, like everybody else, seek greater pay and benefits using the means available to them.
First, we need to access the file stored in file system if we are working with non-persisted MMF this call won't be required.