WADE


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AcronymDefinition
WADEWorld Alliance for Decentralized Energy
WADEWeb Application Development Environment (website building tool; software)
WADEWater Resources Assessment Using SAR in Desert and Arid Lands in West African Ecosystems
WADEWatershed Association Development Enterprise (Dartmouth, NS, Canada)
WADEWashington Association of Diabetic Educators
WADEWireless Area Detection Enclosure (electronic perimeter for 802.11 equipment)
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Often a part of the crew would have to leap into the water at the shallows, and wade along with the towing line, while their comrades on board toilfully assisted with oar and setting pole.
Is he a Yao--like the fellow Wade brought here--when your housekeeper had fits?
Sivin an' fifty men sittin' on the bank av a canal, laughin' at a poor little squidgereen av an orf'cer that they'd made wade into the slush an' pitch things out av the boats for their Lord High Mightinesses.
Wade, Los Angeles - The 'Constance' is at Los Angeles, isn't she, Miss Kinzey?
To move down so cunningly that never a leaf stirred; to wade knee-deep in the roaring shallows that drown all noise from behind; to drink, looking backward over one shoulder, every muscle ready for the first desperate bound of keen terror; to roll on the sandy margin, and return, wet-muzzled and well plumped out, to the admiring herd, was a thing that all tall-antlered young bucks took a delight in, precisely because they knew that at any moment Bagheera or Shere Khan might leap upon them and bear them down.
Wade, a tall, spare woman, moved about a camp-fire, preparing supper in a sizzling skillet, huge iron kettle and blackened coffee-pot.
When the spirit is on him he would escape by a ladder of dead men, and wade through that sea if it were made of blood.
Nay," quoth jolly Robin, stopping suddenly, "had I thought that I should have had to wade water, even were it so crystal a stream as this, I had donned other clothes than I have upon me.
To be sure I often broke this rule, as people are apt to do with rules of the kind; it was not possible for a boy to wade through heavy articles relating to English politics and economics, but I do not think I left any paper upon a literary topic unread, and I did read enough politics, especially in Blackwood's, to be of Tory opinions; they were very fit opinions for a boy, and they did not exact of me any change in regard to the slavery question.
Behind them, at the gee-pole, came Daylight, hidden to the knees by the swirling frost through which he appeared to wade.
I've seen him, right here in the cage at Cedarwild, wade into them with a club and whale the stuffing impartially out of all of them.
Only one man reached the beach, but as he stood up to wade ashore, Saxtorph got him.