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Synonyms for wad

Synonyms for wad

an irregularly shaped mass of indefinite size

a large sum of money

Synonyms for wad

a small mass of soft material

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a wad of something chewable as tobacco

compress into a wad

crowd or pack to capacity

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On Friday, the newly-appointed Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok visited Wad Ramli and gave directives to intensify aid efforts.
The next step in the reloading process is inserting a new wad into the propellant charged hull.
"The slits allow an even flow of air inside the wad to equalize internal pressure," said Dan Compton, Federal's senior ammo man.
He said his counterpart reached her conclusions after examining striations (minute grooves) from both wads. Agreeing there were "three or four" areas of correlation, the witness said there were "insufficient matches to definitively conclude" the wad taken from the victim was discharged from the right-hand barrel of the shotgun.
Of these, 488 (19%) and 2090 (81%) were classified with WAD and NSNP, respectively.
Thanks for your reply however, its still not clear what wads are the best and what is unsafe?
The head of the commission, Youssef al-Hadi Youssef, said their interviews with the commanders of the SPLM-N force heading towards Wad Abouk revealed that government militias in civilian clothes stationed inside the forest closed the road and shot at the SPLM-N force leading to exchange of fire between the two forces.
They describe how enhanced sympathetic activation affects muscle spindle function, muscle microcirculation, and muscle contractile properties, leading to chronic pain in patients with WAD. Dysfunctions in the autonomic nervous system (e.g., enhanced activity of the sympathetic nervous system) have been observed in chronic widespread pain syndromes characterized by central sensitization (e.g., fibromyalgia [13-15]) but not in more localized pain conditions (e.g., lower back pain [16]).
Once the charge has been placed in the chamber, I push an Ox-Yoke lubed wad into the front of the chamber by hand.
King Abdullah Project for the development of Wad Al-Shmal city is located on 440 square kilometers, of which 150 square meters are allocated for Ma'aden's projects.
Israeli authorities notified residents of Wad Eben Zaid, north of Yatta and to the south of Hebron this morning that a military order will seize 2000 dunums of their land for army use.
Women's Action For Development (WAD), Executive Director Veronica De Klerk will make way for Salatiel Shinedima, Executive Director Designate in office following the recent media briefing earlier this week were they announced her retirement.
Additionally, four individuals reported that the manager or coworker communicated back to the individual successfully using pictures supplied in the communication app on the Wad. The evidence is overwhelming that Wads with communication apps are effective for communicating in community settings.
In addition to an actual copy of the action-adventure game, the 'Super Dangerous Wad Wad Edition' bundles a ticket for a Virgin Galactic space flight, a Lamborghini Gallardo, a Toyota Prius and a full-size replica dub-step gun.
When contacted, a well-placed official at SBP requesting on anonymity told the bank gives 5 wads of Rs 10 fresh notes, and one wad of Rs 20, 50 and 100 each to an individual on showing Computerized National Identity Card No (CNIC) which amounts to Rs 22,000 in total.