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A wasp is a predatory, flying, stinging insect, with a stinger and membranous forewings and hindwings. It is related to ants and bees, with all of them being members of order Hymenoptera, but is separated from ants and bees...
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For other uses, see Wasp (disambiguation) ... WASPs were once major players in the Republican Party, particularly in the Northeast. ...
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The video for the song Wild Child! It rocks the hell out of ya! ... The Last Command Chris Holmes Randy Piper Steve Riley Blackie Lawless WASP W.A.S.P. Wild Child ...
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Who cares if KISS or WASP are satanic? Take shit on it, they're great :D ... W.A.S.P = Wasp. making it an acronym makes it stand out more. Fulis88 (1 day ago) ...
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Making replacable blade broadheads and related products.
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The ninth Wasp (CV-18) was laid down as Oriskany on 18 March 1942 at Quincy, ... Toward the end of Wasp's stay at that base, Admiral Halsey relieved Admiral ...
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Wasp Barcode manufactures barcode software and solutions. ... These customers have made Wasp the market leader, helping business owners manage ...
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wasp - 38 definitions - white anglo-saxon protestant. this usually refers to affluent people in the new england area, but also whites of "old ... WASPs. WASPy. waspy mcwasp. wasr 10 ...
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Definition of wasp from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio ... (as a chalcid or ichneumon wasp) other than wasps with larvae that are parasitic ...
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MySpace Music profile for Wasp. Download Wasp Live Electronics / / music singles, watch music videos, listen to free streaming mp3s, & read Wasp's blog.
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Most people stung by a wasp will have only swelling, itching, ... Those allergic to wasps, however, may also have the following symptoms: Breathing difficulty ...
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WAsP is developed and distributed by the Wind Energy Division at Risø DTU, Denmark. ... WAsP will run on a PC with Windows 2000, XP or Vista, see the hardware and ...
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