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Amy Wadge (born 1975) was born and brought up in Backwell, a small village just outside Bristol, England. Her father's passion for music influenced Amy enormously and she was exposed to the sounds of everyone from The Beatles to Elton John, Pink Floyd to Joni Mitchell, from a very tender age. — “Amy Wadge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Richard Henry Wadge (1864 – 1923) was an English football manager who managed Burnley for a short spell in 1910. Born in Liskeard, Cornwall, he initially joined Burnley as a director before taking charge of the first team for three matches following the death of former manager Spen Whittaker. — “Richard Wadge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The Wadge order is the preorder or quasiorder on the subsets of Baire space. Equivalence classes of sets under this preorder are called Wadge degrees, the degree of a set A is denoted by [A]W. The set of Wadge degrees ordered by the Wadge order is called the Wadge hierarchy. — “Wadge hierarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org