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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!

Viola!

verb
See Walla!
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A viola made by Solar has sold for more than PS5000 but the resale value of Fiona's instrument on the black market would be only a fraction of this.
But, jailing Viola, Recorder Carey said: "Your ex-partner was outside a club talking to a male friends, and you took the notion something might be going on between them.
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In a statement released by his transition team, Trump called Viola "living proof of the American dream," citing his upbringing in an Italian immigrant family in Brooklyn.
She waited for her name to flash on the screen, but the names were arranged alphabetically and she could no longer wait for Viola.
Its chief executive Martin Talbot said: "It is hard to think of an album which more people were rooting for than the Viola Beach release - nor a success which has felt so bitter-sweet.
Viola Beach's debut single Swings and Waterslides has now entered this week's official singles chart top 40.
Although unafraid of shadow, Viola is for Bernier an artist of hope because of what he believes are his prophetic connotations of wonder, promise and futurity.
Viola pubescens Yellow Violet yellow flowers March-May, well drained rich soils
Neither Mr Toft nor Peter Biddulph was told of the subsequent pawning of the viola to Borro.
Avec la serie Catherine's Room, Viola expose sa methode de reappropriation des representations et plus particulierement de l'art pictural.
I'd long been of the opinion - and I am perhaps not alone - that the viola da gamba is some soil of older version of the violoncello.
New York, March 28 ( ANI ): A rare Stradivari viola is expected to sell for 45 million dollars at auction.
Sotheby's and Ingles & Hayday have announced that they are to offer for sale possibly the finest viola in existence - the 'Macdonald' Viola by Antonio Stradivari (1644 - 1737) - in a sealed bid process this Spring.
But we tend to forget about our native perennial viola, which starts to flower around now.