BGW

AcronymDefinition
BGWBaghdad (Airport Code)
BGWBerufsgenossenschaft für Gesundheitsdienst und Wohlfahrtspflege (German: Professional Association for Health Services and Welfare)
BGWBusch Gardens Williamsburg (theme park; Virginia)
BGWBundesverband der Deutschen Gas- und Wasserwirtschaft (German: Federation of German Gas and Water Industries)
BGWBuilding God's Way (church construction)
BGWBlack Grey White (Port State Control)
BGWBorder Gateways (3GPP)
BGWBig Green Weenie
BGWBest Garden on the Web
BGWBattlefield Guided Weapon
BGWBouscat Giant White (breed of rabbit)
BGWBordeaux Graph Workshop (Bordeaux, France)
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Major organization : BGW BERUFSGENOSSENSCHAFT FE[pounds sterling]R GESUNDHEITSDIENST UND WOHLFAHRTSPFLEGE
would attach most of end devices to particular physical ports on L2 switches, BGW, ONT
The second step in the BGW Welding Machine Selector Tool is the type of metal being welded, the input voltage and the metal thickness.
Martin Bader is managing partner of the innovation and intellectual property management advisory group BGW AG, a spin-off from the Institutes of Technology Management at the University of St.
These innovations mean that the typical pronominal prefix in Dalabon, unlike in BGW, ends in a closed syllable.
uk designer, and Graham Southall, BGW managing director
IBM invested in BGW, the fastest privately owned supercomputer in the world, to explore a range of fields including life sciences, hydrodynamics, materials sciences, quantum chemistry, molecular dynamics and fluid dynamics -- as well as business applications," said Dave Turek, vice president Deep Computing, IBM.
Because oil price changes tend to have asymmetric effects, BGW focus only on oil price increases that exceed anything experienced over the previous four quarters.
1, Evans argues for a distinction between 'true' geminates (a cluster of identical stops) versus what he calls the 'long' stops in BGW.