American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A member of the women's reserve of the U.S. Navy, organized during World War II, but now no longer a separate branch.
- From W(omen) A(ccepted for) V(olunteer) E(mergency Service). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“*waves gud-bye fer nao to Tidmum – Wave Wave Wave*”
“I like that the Wave is all steel and that the knife blades are accessable from the tool when closed, and I use the file a lot!”
“Now she has to try to survive the open sea in "Wave," an indie thriller directed by Maria Ripoll, and penned by Marie-Laure Bertehlin and Greg Latter.”
“Pictures: Samsung S8500 "Wave" - Leaked Photos - Here are some high quality pictures of the Samsung S8500 aka Wave, the first phone with the Bada operative system from Samsung.”
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“Instead, he says, Google Wave is likely to becomea toptarget of cyber criminals.”
“Heat Wave is a great book on two levels, the little fantasy aspect of imagining Castle and Beckett in the characters and getting to “hear” her thoughts on him and secondly just as a mystery novel.”
“The Wave" is exactly what its cover advertises: a book about huge waves and the equally outsize personalities who spend and occasionally risk their lives trying to measure, understand, predict and sometimes even ride them on surfboards.”
“His movie "The Wave" is shown in an alcove, as is personal memorabilia.”
“The best Republican scenario, "Red Wave" is anything that involves taking control of the Senate, or racking up truly historic gains in the House (beyond 50 to a 60 or 70 seat gain).”
Looking for tweets for Wave.