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  • More on the First Women Awards at fwa. realbusiness.co.uk

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  • Without a modicum of foi, life can be a three-ring circus. la foi (fwa) noun, feminine faith

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  • His spiced version of the local brew, fwa, had brought him profits far higher than his expectations.

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  • When one spiked a mug of fwa with the spice, they discovered that the two substances complemented each other perfectly.

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  • After they had eaten, they drank a little fwa and talked some more.

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  • The old warrior moved to a side table and poured fwa into five goblets, then handed them around.

    Voice of the Gods

  • Ella sat down with dignity and accepted a goblet of fwa, the local liquor.

    Voice of the Gods

  • After Ton had left, Chemalya called one of the street boys into the shop and paid him a coin to deliver an order for five and a half barrels of fwa.

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  • Neal Durando, in An Abécédaire Fugitif, begins "My grammar has crossed the Atlantic four times since I began giving English lessons in western France three years ago," and goes on to list French words with associations they call up for him, often how he learned them:FOIS /fwa/

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  • Se pou rezon sa a 14 oktòb ki sot pase la "Board of Surgeon" youn nan pi gwo òganizasyon medikal a travè le mond te bay doktè Guy Theodore yon "humanitarian Award" se premye fwa bòd la bay yon manb li distenksyon sa e se premye fwa bòd la onore yon ayisyen frè nou.

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