BWE


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AcronymDefinition
BWEBest Week Ever (TV show)
BWEBallast Water Exchange
BWEBraunschweig, Germany (airport code)
BWEBucket Wheel Excavator
BWEBraunschweig Germany (airport code)
BWEBrain Wave Entrainment
BWEBurmeister & Wain Energy (Denmark)
BWEBundesverband Windenergie eV (German Wind Energy Association)
BWEBack Wall Echo (ultrasonography)
BWEBandwidth Enhancement
BWEBureau of Weapons Evaluation
BWEBaseline Weight Estimate
BWEBoll Weevil Eradication (various organizations)
BWEBlood Was Everywhere (film)
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Probabilistic characteristics of considered random variables were evaluated from measurements during mining with BWE SchRs 1320, in the opencast mine Doly Nastup Tusimice, Czech Republic.
Hermann Albers, President of BWE, the German Wind Energy Association, said: "Wind energy will contribute significantly to the achievement of the ambitious renewable energy targets set by the European Union for 2020.
It is no coincidence that BWE is headquartered in Denmark, recognized as being on the leading edge of renewable energy utilization globally.
The presence of a BWE causes increased uncertainty for managers, thus often leading to increased cost and reduced inventory management performance (Metters 1997).
When the original NANPCA was enacted, it was well known that BWE had many limitations, which led Congress to allow for the possibility of alternative treatment of ballast water aboard ships, even though no such technology was yet known.
The IDRs of BWE and its subsidiary banks are linked to that of their 100% owner, BNPP.
BWE will house a number of yet-to-be-announced online destinations catering to the distinct needs and interests of the estimated 50 million Black people living in the U.
Additionally, BWE has significant exposure to the consumer sector, which could be impacted by the recent slowdown in the economy and the persistent high unemployment rate.
While BWE devices and CDs have existed for some time, they are used mainly by research institutes, therapists and the lucky few who know about its potential.
Under the agreement, Chiyoda will license the CT-121 process to BWE, and BWE will be responsible for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC).
Fitch's affirmation reflects the support BWE is afforded from being owned by a highly rated parent company, BNP Paribas (rated 'AA/F1+'), as well as the company maintaining a sound financial profile.
The agreement expands Beam Wine Estates' (BWE) role in the global, super-premium wine category and gives BWE entry into high-growth, prestigious categories, such as Marlborough, the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale.