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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of southeast Washington near the Oregon border. It is the center of an agricultural region known for its vineyards.

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  • noun a town in southeastern Washington near the Oregon border

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  • The name Walla Walla is of Indian origin and means "many waters".

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  • These Indians are now known as the Walla Walla tribe, and their name is given to a river, a town, and a fort of the United States.

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  • Bunching onions can be harvested from November on, the large bulbing varieties such as Walla Walla are allowed to develop for harvesting the following summer.

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  • Washington, those districts have mostly been in smaller towns and cities, such as Walla Walla,

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  • Washington, those districts have mostly been in smaller towns and cities, such as Walla Walla,

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  • Notes: Sweet onions, such as Walla Walla or Vidalia, will make this recipe overly sweet.

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  • Washington, those districts have mostly been in smaller towns and cities, such as Walla Walla,

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  • Washington, those districts have mostly been in smaller towns and cities, such as Walla Walla,

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  • Towns as far as away as 70 miles, such as Walla Walla, Washington, even registered high readings.

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  • In a conference room of the Tiki-Tiki Lounge, in Walla Walla, Washington, Desmond Tutu and Boutros-Boutros Ghali met secretly to discuss the release of Sirhan Sirhan from Sing-Sing prison.

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  • Way too many wineries to count now.

    August 1, 2015