WHOA


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AcronymDefinition
WHOAWorking to Halt Online Abuse
WHOAWarcraft: Heroes of Azeroth (video game)
WHOAWagner High Online Alumni (Philippines)
WHOAWomen Halting Online Abuse
WHOAWild Horse Organized Assistance
WHOAWoodin-Stick Horses of America, Inc.
WHOAWorldwide Hayabusa Owners Association
WHOAWomen Horseshoers Of America
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When you introduce your pup to the whoa command (or the recall command, heel command, etc.), and instead of whoa-ing the dog sits, don't hit him with your E-collar.
Whoa Dough is a cookie dough bar that is: gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, kosher, non-GMO, plant based, and soy-free.
Many countries across the MENA region have minimum quotas on the percentage of employees whoa re differently abled, and Zain is committed to fulfilling and exceeding current quotas as well as investing in the training and further development of affected individuals.
WHOA shares its acquisition of Hipskind Technology Solutions Group, which occurred in early 2018.
His colorful expressions--"Whoa, Nellie" and "Big Uglies" among the many--became part of college football legend.
"I am thrilled to join the WHOA.com team as Chief Information Security Officer.
The stage door man said, "Whoa whoa, where you going?" I said, "I work here." He said, "Not anymore you don't, bud." And pointed to the closed notice.
"But besides that, you just make noise, and normally if you're a guy and you pull it out in front of them [the drug tester], they're like: 'Whoa, whoa' [makes motion shielding eyes and looking away], and then you do it [empty the clean urine into the testing cup]."
Why doesn't someone say whoa, stop, no more if you have two offspring?
Whoa! So to put this law to the test, one Ukranian citizen dressed up in costume to see if even he could get his plot of land.
Formerly with Rolls-Royce and Sage, Dinning said: "I am delighteda to have joined the Close House team, whoa have already established the brand across the region.
They have produced a "widget" that helps kids (and adults) easily identify the "go" foods (eat anytime), the "slow" foods (eat in moderation), and the "whoa" foods (eat rarely or not at all.