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wavey

Canadian a snow goose or other wild goose
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In the plan, Wawa's prospects are described as being dim as "little to no economic growth is anticipated," so the community needs to be innovative in bringing its electricity, heating, waste, water and transportation costs under control.
“We are so grateful for this wonderful, long-lasting relationship we have with Wawa and for the generosity of the many Wawa customers who contribute their spare change,” says Dr.
, where the full context shows Romney comparing the ease of ordering sandwiches at Wawa to the federal government's complexity in making an optometrist fill out a 33-page change of address form.
The reason for all this talk about terminals is that some convenience store chains, including the very successful Wawa, will soon be including calorie information along with price information on the terminals, so customers can adjust the calorie counts of their sandwiches and salads by changing their choices of cheese, mayonnaise, etc.
Wawa says its philosophy helps to explain why the majority of its employees have careers spanning 10 to 20 years and more.
Wawa's project team had already established some efficiency goals based on time and motion studies conducted in the stores.
The Wawa Bulk Water Supply project is expected to provide at least 80 million litres per day (MLD) to the East Zone concession starting year 2021 and up to 500 MLD by year 2025.
He said the proposed Wawa Bulk Water supply project is a long-term solution to solve the current water shortage.
Violago heads the San Lorenzo Ruiz Water Development Corp., which has been in partnership with Prime Infra for the Wawa Dam Project.
Check Out Hunger donations by supermarket and Wawa customers at the check-out counter are provided in $1, $3, and $5 increments.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was blown away by the sandwiches at "Wawas," repeatedly mispronouncing the Pennsylvania-based supermarket chain's name as he recounted his first visit to a Wawa during a campaign stop in Cornwall, Pa.
Lee Smith, director of marketing for deli, produce and prepared foods at Wawa Inc., Wawa, Pa., operator of 484 convenience stores, "Certain supermarkets have gotten better with foodservice and they have targeted quick service restaurants.