AWG


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AcronymDefinition
AWGAmerican Wire Gage
AWGAmerican Wire Gauge (also seen as American Wire Gage)
AWGAruban Guilder (ISO currency code)
AWGAußenwirtschaftsgesetz (Germany: foreign trade act)
AWGAssociation for Women Geoscientists
AWGAnglian Water Group (UK)
AWGAdvisory Working Group (various locations)
AWGAdvanced Wireless Group, LLC
AWGAutomatic White Balance
AWGAsian Working Group
AWGArt of War Gaming (online gaming squad)
AWGAirborne Weapons Group
AWGAmmunition Working Group (NATO)
AWGAirborne Weapon Control System
AWGAccessoire Ware Game (French: Ware Game Accessories; est. 2002)
AWGAdvanced Waveform Generator
AWGAlarm Working Group
AWGAdditive Waveguide Grating
AWGAppalachian Women's Guild (est. 1990)
AWGAmerican Wood Grill (restaurant)
AWGArray Waveguide Gradient (NEC)
AWGAutomated Weaponeering Guide
AWGAverage White Girl
AWGAsymmetric Warfare Group
AWGAtmospheric Water Generator
AWGApplications Working Group
AWGAdditive White Gaussian
AWGAccreditation Working Group
AWGAfrican Wildlife Guide (South Africa)
AWGAvionics Working Group
AWGAutomation Working Group
AWGAdministrative Wage Garnishment
AWGangry white guy
AWGArray Waveguide Gratings (IEEE)
AWGArbitrary Waveform Generator
AWGArchitecture Working Group
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Where water purification is not a practical solution and in places with little access to conventional water sources, AWG is a 'magic solution.
Contact point(s): AWG Abfallwirtschaft Landkreis Calw GmbH
For starters, the college will serve as the AWG administrative headquarters.
Prior to joining AWG in 2004, Mr Longhurst held a variety of senior
In 1975, Mimmi Wolle, the then US ambassador's wife, got together 20 American women to form what would become the AWG in Oman.
Gregory Distribution, which delivers all AWG's chilled and frozen products, is to increase the amount of space devoted to AWG in its Cullompton warehouse by 25% to nearly 27,000 sq ft from October.
The AWG would not have been successful if not for the 2,500 registered volunteers.
Founded in 1926, AWG is the second-largest retailer-owned wholesale co-op in the nation, with annual sales of $6.
With 375 employees, AWG serves residential, commercial and industrial customers in northern Arkansas through 5,700 miles of gathering, distribution and transmission pipelines, an underground storage facility and related gas distribution facilities.
The regional development agency said in June this year that it was ripping up the agreement it held with AWG to develop the site as they had failed to "progress the scheme within the agreed timescale.
AWG is also developing a site at Emerson Green, in North Bristol, where it is building 35,000 sq ft of offices, 50% of which is pre-let prior to completion.
AWG is currently developing the pounds 100m Celtic Springs Business Park alongside Junction 28 of the M4 at Newport.