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Definition funny of Whall:
whall can be inserted into sentences and makes the sentence easier, cooler, and more hipster. whall can be everything.
Whalls up man? I whall you. This is so whalled up. I just whalled you.
Songs about Whall:
Wha'll Be King But Chairlie by Alastair McDonald from the Album Bonnie Prince Charlie
Wha'll Be King But Charlie by The McCalmans from the Album Honest Poverty
Wha'll Be King But Cherlie/Cam Ye O'er Frae France by Smithfield Fair from the Album Scotland, Fair Scotland
The Double Rise Set: Wha'll Be King But Charlie -The Galway Trolley -The Double Rise by Train Journey North from the Album First Tracks
Duncan Grey / Wha'll Mow Me Now by Ewan MacColl from the Album Songs
Earl Of Errol's Reel (Jig Medley) / Wha'll Be King But Charlie by Bert Shorthouse from the Album Scottish Jigs and Reels
Fingall's Lamentation/Fingal's Cave/Wha'll Be King But Charlie by Abby Newton from the Album Castles, Kirks, and Caves
Books about Whall:
Wha'll be King but Charlie by Traditional (Apr 25, 2013)
Whall We Tell the President? by Jeffrey Archer (1977)
Anthony WHALLS.: An article from: Do-It-Yourself Retailing by Adam King (Jul 28, 2005)
Conceptual Models of Nursing: Analysis and Application by Fitzpatrick Ph.D. MBA RN FAAN, Joyce J., Whall Ph.D.... by Fitzpatrick Ph.D. MBA RN FAAN (Jul 3, 0004)
Miranda Whall : Is it OK If? by Miranda Whall (2010)
Learning Disorders and School Probles (What Whall We Do With the Kids? Series) by Foster W. Cline (1979)
The Stained Glass Work of Christopher Whall (1849-1924): 'Aglow with Brave Resplendent Colour' by Peter Cormack (1999)
Wiki information Whall:
Christopher Whitworth Whall was an English stained glass artist who worked from the 1880s and on into the 20th century and is widely recognised as one of the key figures in the modern history of stained glass. One of Whall's best known dictums was...
Joanne Whalley is an English actress. After her marriage to actor Val Kilmer, she was credited as Joanne Whalley-Kilmer for some years.