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Walla!

and Wala! and Wallah! and Viola! (wɑ ˈlɑ)
exclam. And there you have it! (All versions are misspellings or misunderstandings of the French Voila! the Viola! is a well-meant spelling error.) And walla! There it is. Cooked just right!
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Located in a premier wine producing area in the Pacific Northwest, Walla Walla has seen an increase in interest from buyers all over the world, making it an ideal market for our brand.
The Walla Walla school district considers the groundbreaking program "a successful partnership," says Dr.
Walla Walla visitors can also now visit dozens of winemakers who have opened small and accessible tasting rooms near the town's airport.
One-way tickets are available between Seattle and Walla Walla from USD50 with a seven-day purchase, when brought by 5 December 2011 and are valid for travel between 8 December 2011 and 7 March 2012.
mobile smartphone user is heating up fast in Washington and Walla Walla General Hospital's decision to partner with iTriage makes sense for this level of care," said Peter Hudson, M.
In order to fit the piece into its package, Walla Walla Foundry cut off Pinocchio's back leg, front toe, both arms and the tip of its nose and nestled the pieces in the box with the main structure.
The money went toward seed-breeding programs at Washington State University and Oregon State University and a commercial driver-training program for farmers at Walla Walla Community College.
But while Walla Walla might be gentrified, it holds onto its rural soul.
That project, which started last summer, widened Walla Walla Street and upgraded utilities to be prepared for new construction along the riverfront.
The creation of a winery in Walla Walla began with Huntley's belief that the area, designated as an American Viticultural Area with-in the Columbia Valley, was "capable of producing some of the best wines in the world.
Karson (Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, Pendleton, Oregon) presents a collection of nine essays about the history, culture, way of life, and future of the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla tribal people and their government--the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR).
Dave Warkentin, president and CEO of the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce, said, ``He's got a very calm and pragmatic approach, a very strong business mind, and not afraid to speak his mind.
When the expedition reached the Pacific, they found the Indians there spoke only Walla Walla.
The Walla Walla Valley Winegrowers, a group of Washington state wineries and grapegrowers, petitioned the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) to increase the size of the Walla Walla appellation, an area in eastern Washington and Oregon particularly noted for its red wines.
At a Senate hearing last month, Susan Weiler, head of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography in Walla Walla, Wash.