Waco

[ US /ˈweɪkoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a city in east central Texas
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How To Use Waco In A Sentence

  • WACO (April 17, 2010) - An early morning accident killed one man in Waco, Saturday. KWTX - HomePage - Headlines
  • I'm also willing to bet (read: positive) that the blurry "pen" in the foreground is a Wacom tablet pen, which normally wouldn't be on the front of a desk, as it's a graphic design pen used to write on computer tablets, not paper. Separate Can Never Be Equal
  • WACO (March 24, 2009) - The two committees that will be involved in selecting Baylor University's next president met jointly Tuesday in Waco. KWTX - HomePage - Headlines
  • Originally from Waco, Texas, he learned to fly with his father and soloed at age 14.
  • The graphic illustration of that is the Waco transaction where the client paid ten times the premium sought by the underwriter.
  • What Clinton fails to talk about is the fact that the Waco and Ruby Ridge fiascoes during Clinton's administration lead to Timothy McVeigh. Clinton warns against violent anti-government attitude
  • WACO (March 3, 2010) - Steven Wayne Huffman, 40, will be laid to rest today, almost four years after he was critically injured in a hit-and-run motorcycle accident in Waco in which the other driver was never caught. KWTX - HomePage - Headlines
  • You can decide, or delude, for yourself how many of those people want a copy of the album to use as the soundtrack for their family video. deanowaco says: Matthew Yglesias » Intellectual Property is About Consumers
  • Waco, though the timing was unfortunate, was just a blip on the dial.
  • Scheindlin briefly outlined the 1993 Waco, Texas, catastrophe. OUTCAST
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