WAFU


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AcronymDefinition
WAFUWest African Football Union
WAFUWireless Access Fixed Unit
WAFUWeapons and Fuel Users (Royal Navy)
WAFUWrapped, Assembled, Fitted, Unassembled
WAFUWestern Arctic Field Unit (Canada)
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Wreh, who was previously named to head the squad that will take part in Wafu Nations Cup next month, has been replaced
As the team prepares for the forthcoming FIFA Women's World Cup in France, President Buhari urged officials and players to stay focused and unleash the same zeal that won the WAFU Women's Cup Champions.
Gu's work was not only organized more systematically than Liu's Wafu ji, but also provided an extensive appendix of short articles discussing topics ranging from a specific term in a folksong to a debate on sections of Shi jing (Book of Odes, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
Enfin, l'un des membres de la WAFU (Union des federations ouest-africaines de football) aura la chance de representer le continent en Coupe des Confederations de la FIFA et affrontera l'Espagne, l'Uruguay et Tahiti dans le Groupe B, en juin au Bresil.
* AT Wafu in Portland, couples crowd beneath dreamy paper lanterns for bowls of build-your-own ramen full of springy handmade noodles, rich broths--say, a chicken and pork shoyu (soy sauce) or vegan miso--and sophisticated toppings like chicken confit.
Restlessness from West Africa, CAF's largest sub-region, in which many countries have expressed their willingness to participate in an open revolt against the current CAF leadership, has ended up in the mysterious dismemberment of the West African Football Union (WAFU), the region's football association.
At her Wafu restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills, diners must eat everything they're served--or else pay a penalty and risk being banned.
Each meal starts with miso soup, followed by three courses from a selection of ZUMA?s most popular dishes, including seaweed salad with sesame wafu sauce; the nigiri selection of seabass, salmon and tuna; and the assorted vegetable and hammour tempura.
The sashimi salad was a mE[umlaut]lange of salmon, red plums, salmon roe with a light wafu dressing.
Each meal starts with miso soup, followed by three courses from a selection of ZUMA's most popular dishes, including seaweed salad with sesame wafu sauce; the nigiri selection of seabass, salmon and tuna; and the assorted vegetable and hammour tempura.
We also tried Wafu Suteeki ($8), Japanese-style broiled rib-eye steak.