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waft

Nautical (formerly) a signal flag hoisted furled to signify various messages depending on where it was flown
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GOODWOOD: Apprentice Wafter Swinburn has been - named Wilkinson Sword Jockey of the Month for July.
The 22-year-old has been troubled by the injury for a few weeks and was forced to withdra wafter the first day's action at the IAAF World Challenge Hypo Meeting in Gotzis on Saturday when the problem flared up during the high jump.
A lot has happened a lot of ups and downs and no wafter six months it'sat an end.
The company is a leading independent developer, manufacturer and supplier of vacuum central wafter handling systems and modules for the semiconductor process equipment industry.
New series DXDXDX DXDXDG Sat BBC1 7pm FREDDIE FLINTOFF GOES WILD Thur Discovery 9pm Veterinary expert Mark Evans will present WAfter walking in crippling heat across the plains of the Serengeti for eight hours, cricket legend Freddie Flintoff had a night sleeping outside to look forward to - and, surprisingly, he was delighted.
Pure Wafter is the only company in the world outside of Japan with the technology to recycle 300mm silicon wafers.
is a world leader in the development and manufacture of fully automatic wafter probing systems.
Pupil Oscar Wafter, 17, said: "We're taught to bake at school.
First we had the wafters - Adam Lyth, Cook and Gary Ballance all dangling their bats needlessly and edging to Peter Nevill.
First we had the wafters - Adam Lyth, Cook and Gary Ballance dangling their bats needlessly and edging to Peter Nevill.
The ride was always a bit too firm, the transmission and engine mapping just those few degrees too aggressive to be one of those effortless wafters.
The ride was always a bit firm, the transmission and engine mapping just those few degrees too aggressive to be one of those effortless wafters.