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By simon bedak, May 1, 2010 @ 6:55 pm just had an ‘all you can eat’ lunch at the wagga rsl carvery for $12.50.
For our family a wagga was what most normal people would call a doona or a duvet.
Sun 11 Apr 10 (07: 58pm) ej, do you still have that old wagga?
We used to get out my grandparents old wagga and lay outside and look at the stars.
Obviously that particular wagga didn't have much historical value as we kids would roll around in it on the damp grass.
To Feenow, he gave a horfe and mare, and to Malla -. ... ivagga wagga a ram and two ewes; but the old gentleman paid (o little attention to them, that the captain ordered them to be brought on board again.
An authentic narrative of a voyage performed by Captain Cook and Captain Clerke, in His Majesty's ships Resolution and Discovery during the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779 and 1780 [microform] : in search of a North-West passage between the continents of Asia and America : including a faithful account of all their discoveries, and the unfortunate death of Captain Cook : illustrated with a chart and a variety of cuts