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WAVEWomen Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service (US Navy; properly written as WAVES)
WAVEWomen Against Violence Europe
WAVEWashington Award for Vocational Excellence (student scholarship)
WAVEWork Assist Vehicle
WAVEWorking Against Violence Everywhere (prevention of violence in schools)
WAVEWaveform Audio File Format
WAVEWASP family Verprolin-homologous protein
WAVEWide Area Voice Environment
WAVEWB-57 Ascent Video Experiment
WAVEWalk-thru Virtual Environment
WAVEWireless Access Vehicular Environment (IEEE)
WAVEWarfighter Alliance in a Virtual Environment
WAVEWebster Academy Visions in Education (Webster, TX)
WAVEWater Alliances for Environmental Efficiency
WAVEWork Attitude and Values Enhancement
WAVEWomen Achieving Victory & Esteem
WAVEWarrant Alternative Vehicle
WAVEWide Area Virtual-Prototyping Environment
WAVEWWW, Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Environments Exploration (NASA)
WAVEWeb Automatic Verification of Enrollment (US DoD Montgomery GI Bill)
WAVEWeather Altimeter Voice Equipment
WAVEWeather Access for Visualization and Exploitation
WAVEWe All Volunteer Everything (WCRC)
WAVEWebber Aerospace Ventures in Education (Webber Junior High School, Fort Collins, CO)
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The howling of the wind grew louder, flecks of foam began to separate themselves from the crests of the waves, and the vessel pitched, rolled and tossed more violently.
Delight is to him, whom all the waves of the billows of the seas of the boisterous mob can never shake from this sure Keel of the Ages.
In the beautiful, refreshing, still nights of spring, when the moon pours her silver light over the Country, the listening shipper hears from the rushing of the waves, the echoing Clang of a wonderfully charming voice, which sings a song from the crystal castle, and with sorrow and fear he thinks on the young Count Hermann, seduced by the Nymph.
The coracle, left to herself, turning from side to side, threaded, so to speak, her way through these lower parts and avoided the steep slopes and higher, toppling summits of the wave.
Then you can imagine the times that he had with his companions, ducking under the rollers; or coming in on top of a comber and landing with a swash and a splutter as the big wave went whirling far up the beach; or standing up on his tail and scratching his head as the old people did; or playing "I'm the King of the Castle" on slippery, weedy rocks that just stuck out of the wash.
Then a rushing sound was heard, and a wave swept the flute off the bank, and soon the head of the hunter appeared and rose up higher and higher till he was half out of the water.
The word reached his ear as a wave which he no longer had the strength to surmount passed over his head.
While he was thus in two minds, Neptune sent a terrible great wave that seemed to rear itself above his head till it broke right over the raft, which then went to pieces as though it were a heap of dry chaff tossed about by a whirlwind.
They clung about her tenderly, and little Rose-Leaf placed a flower crown on her head, whispering softly, "When you would come to us again, stand by the brook-side and wave this in the air, and we will gladly take you to our home again.
Then, as if his strength failed him, he seemed unable to sustain himself above the water and a wave passed over his head, which drowned his voice.
Then he put him back into the water, and the fish darted straight down to the bottom, and left a long streak of blood behind him on the wave.
High is the grove of their masts, as they nod by turns on the rolling wave.