That might seem an odd suggestion given that ware is leading the protests against Walmart management.
“I hope to see this guy brought to justice, and the way it is going, I might not be able to make it,” says ware.
I decide to leave before I get ware fired, although he doesn't seem scared.
So, after taxes, ware took home about $400 to $600 per month.
“I like the symbolism,” ware says slyly before reaching for a shopping cart.
The paste is fine, pure, and white, free from the dark gritty particles found nearly always in Imari ware.
Even Miss ware smiled a little, and adjusted her gold beads.
Mr ware, whom my father had not seen since the death of the good old gentleman, came down now to revisit his paternal seat.
Then the warrior was ware of that wolf-of-the-deep, mere-wife monstrous.
Katy's last gift to Clover was a pretty tea-pot of Japanese ware.
"manufactured goods, goods for sale," Old English waru, probably originally "object of care, that which is kept in custody," from Proto-Germanic *waro (cf. Swedish vara, Danish vare, Old Frisian were, Middle Dutch were, Dutch waar, Middle High German, German ware "goods"); related to Old English wær "aware, cautious" (see wary). Usually wares, except in compounds such as hardware, earthenware, etc. Lady ware was a jocular 17c. euphemism for "a woman's private parts," and Middle English had ape-ware "deceptive or false ware; tricks" (mid-13c.).
"to take heed of, beware," Old English warian "to guard against," from Proto-Germanic *warojan, from *waro- "to guard, watch" (cf. Old Frisian waria, Old Norse vara); related to Old English wær "aware" (see wary).
A suffix that means "software," as in shareware.