BWLBetriebswirtschaftslehre (German: Business Administration)
BWLBlackwing Lair (gaming, World of Warcraft)
BWLBeer Wine and Liquor (liquor licensing)
BWLBlack & White Life (Half Life community)
BWLBiological Warfare Laboratory
BWLBursting With Laughter
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BWL philosophy is to reduce the cost and improve service levels simultaneously.
Analyses focusing on the two monotherapy groups showed that 47% of patients assigned to BWL and 67% of patients assigned to CBT had a rapid response to treatment--defined as a reduction in the number of binge episodes by at least 70% during the first 4 weeks of treatment.
In an intent-to-treat analysis, the CBT remission rate (46%) was also significantly higher than that of the BWL and control groups (18% and 13%, respectively), the investigators said.
Telstra and Optus have been very supportive of New Tel's plans to continue operations through outsourcing, and the agreement with BWL further enhances our position going forward.
BWL has created one infomercial and one commercial spot for its magnetic products and is in the process of creating a third one for its magnetic face-mask product, set to debut the first week in March.
With the implementation of the InService OMS, BWL will be able to serve its customers even more effectively.
Patients in BWL had a significantly better short-term weight loss than those in the other two groups, but this advantage disappeared by the 1-year follow-up.
Grilo's group, is comparing CBT and BWL ("dieting") separately and also in sequence to see whether CBT followed by BWL is effective in reducing both binge eating and weight for up to 1 year post treatment.
As of June 30, 1998, BWL held consolidated assets of US$3.
Also in 1996, a group of international banks led by Citibank extended BWL a three year, senior unsecured term loan facility for US$100 million.
BIDDER shall be prepared to make a presentation at the BWL s request on its proposal and to answer questions.