WASSOweighted average simultaneous switching output
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When he first arrived in Loliondo, however, he was enthusiastically involved with completing the building of a hospital at nearby Wasso (unpublished letters, September-October 1966).
She called the West Eugene Parkway a "relic"that wasso fraught with environmental and funding problems that it wouldn't have been built anyway.
He reached his century just after lunch but wasso concerned with remaining not out that he then scored 39 runs off 62 balls while 45 came off from 52 from the other end, including three suicidal slogging strokes from Graeme Smith, Jacques Rudolph and Mark Boucher who were prepared to perish for the cause.
And although his former guv'nor's string is a pale shadow of the all-conquering force it once was, the Scots rider will always be grateful for the partnership that wasso mutually beneficial.
Life seems so different over here, and it's not just the fact that it appears compulsory to eat chips with mayonnaise on them, but our opening ceremony wasso different from anything put on in the UK.
Wasso means ''it has come'' in Korean and is said to be the origin of the Japanese chant ''wasshoi'' heard when revelers carry portable shrines in Japanese traditional festival processions.
"Ally told me the manager wasso incensed he called him into hisoffice on the Monday morning andtold Coisty he was going out onloan to Cardiff City.
"He cerebral, "He wasso cerebral, he would talk for hours about world issues.
Erika Rovezzi, daughter of Tom and Mary Wasso of Shrewsbury, formerly owned a cafe in Grafton.