Noun A musical effect that is achieved on brass instruments by alternately applying and removing a silencer and on an electric guitar by controlling the amplifier output with a foot pedal. Reports that someone found an “amazing” wawa touchscreen menu are misleading. The word “baby talk” used to refer to water is an example of a wa-wa. The Wood family controls about 725 acres (293 ha) of land, containing the corporate headquarters, the Wawa and J.
Dairy Farm. In the early 1960s, the company shifted to Wawa stores, and the Palm Coast store opened its doors on June 18 coinciding with the opening of its 900th store in New Jersey the same day. Wawa also offers a brand of hot breakfast items, the most famous of which is Sizzli, and a delicatessen shop with touchscreen orders for sandwiches, hot sides, drinks and cold cuts. The chain's name comes from the site of the company's first dairy plant and corporate headquarters in the Wawa, Pennsylvania area. In the Solomon Islands in northeastern Australia, Marau Wawa is a small island whose last remaining Wawans died about a century ago, along with their language, although some of its words have been preserved. Because it is a private company, Wawa ensures an independent assessment of the value of its shares at regular intervals to ensure that the ESOP is fairly maintained.
Wawa began using the motto Buy Health by the Bottle; they served customers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, delivering milk to customers' homes. For the convenience store and gas station chain, what began as a geographical marker has become an integral part of the Wawa culture, said spokeswoman Lori Bruce. In the American West, “Chinuk Wawa is a unique expression of the linguistic heritage of the Pacific Northwest,” Henry Zenk wrote on the occasion of the publication of a Chinuk Wawa dictionary eight years ago, “particularly through its association with the era of domination by fur companies before it was divided between nations in Canada and the United States. In 1977, Wawa began sharing ownership of the company with its associates through profit-sharing plans. In 1992, Wawa formalized ownership of its associates with its Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), and shares were awarded to associates annually based on prior year service.
Wawa operates stores in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington D. C. In Nicaragua, the Wawa River flows through an isolated and sparsely inhabited jungle offering stunning views of the northeastern part of the country. It has 50 acres (20 ha) of land around Red Roof, its corporate headquarters; 150 acres (61 ha) around its dairy; and 225 acres (91 ha) J. The Canada goose makes a sound similar to wawa, so it is possible that both ojibwa wawa and French l'oie are based on its honking characteristic.
The name of the city of Wawa is derived from ojibwe wewe (pronounced way-way), which means snow goose - despite its image of a Canadian goose.