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WAWashington (state; US postal abbreviation)
WAWhatsApp (messaging)
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WAWestern Australia
WAWalk Around (boat style)
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WAWeighted Average
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WAWater Authority
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WAWoody Allen (celebrity)
WAWide Area
WAWarrington (postcode, United Kingdom)
WAWide Awake
WAWinamp (Nullsoft media player)
WAWhite Album (Beatles album)
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WAWearable Art
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WAWeight For Age
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WAWatershed Analysis
WAWeb Accelerator (Google)
WAWilderness Act of 1984
WAAIRMET
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WAWakhi (linguistics)
WAWassenaar Arrangement
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WAWorld Advocates (NGO)
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WAWashington Accord (International accreditation for professional engineering degree programs)
WAWeapons Assembly
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WAWeapons Analyst
WAWallcoverings Association
WAWebAbacus (web analytics software)
WAWavelength Allocation
WAWeapon Assignment
WAWabash Railroad Company
WAWest Athen
WAWest by Air
WAWordsAhead (Vibrant Learning Affiliates literacy program)
WAWaferboard Association
WAWilkinson's Approximation (algorithm)
WAWitches Anonymous (now Witches Armor for Magickal Protection)
WAWeston Analytics
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Thus, through this Melville presents the apex of wild ambition that sees no morality: death.
media and experts that the East Asian country was "pushing forward with so-called 'biological weapons development program' as a part of the 'wild ambition for developing the WMD (Weapons of mass destruction),'" were groundless.
"His signature transmits wild ambition, dynamism, bravery and fearlessness," said Tracey Trussell of the British Institute of Graphologists after analyzing Trump's handwriting.
A spokesman for the Strategic Force of the Korean People's Army told KCNA state news agency that the US ballistic missile interceptor test conducted on Tuesday "is just a serious military provocation that brings to light the US imperialists' wild ambition for igniting a nuclear war", RT reported.
An opinion article by the Korea Central News Agency accused Obama of being "seized with the wild ambition to dominate the world by dint of the US nuclear edge."
At a trial that lasted about 90 minutes, the court said Matthew Miller, of Bakersfield, California, tore up his tourist visa at Pyongyang's airport upon arrival on April 10 and admitted to having the ''wild ambition'' of experiencing prison life so that he could secretly investigate North Korea's human rights situation.
Describing the alleged crimes with barely disguised rage in a 2,600-word report, the state newsreader said Jang was "attempting to overthrow the state...with a wild ambition to grab supreme power of our party and state".
"He began revealing his true colours, thinking that it was just the time for him to realise his wild ambition," it said.
In a viciously worded attack it said he committed such a "hideous crime as attempting to overthrow the state by all sorts of intrigues and despicable methods with a wild ambition to grab the supreme power of our party and state." The report portrayed Jang as decadent and corrupt, "stretching his tentacles" into every area of national affairs.
In an unusually detailed announcement, the official news agency KCNA said Jang had been tried for "such hideous crime as attempting to overthrow the state by all sorts of intrigues and despicable methods with a wild ambition to grab the supreme power of our party and state."
For a man occasionally accused of wild ambition, ("He simply wanted to be amazingly famous for being David Frost," wrote the journalist Christopher Booker, who knew him at Cambridge), Sir David cut a remarkably humble figure on screen.