BAW

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BAWBlack and White
BAWBlack America Web
BAWBulk Acoustic Wave
BAWBeijing Automobile Works
BAWBrain Awareness Week
BAWBicycle Alliance of Washington (Washington state, USA)
BAWBells And Whistles
BAWBrothers At War (Counterstrike gaming clan)
BAWBored at Work
BAWBis Auf Weiteres (German: see you later)
BAWBeijing Automotive Works (China)
BAWBronchoalveolar Washing (medical procedure)
BAWBiawonque, Gabon (airport code)
BAWBritish Airways, United Kingdom (ICAO code)
BAWBasketball Association of Wales (UK)
BAWBond Order Alternation Wave
BAWBayerische Akademie für Werbung und Marketing eV
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DRAMA Comedy collaborators and Peep Show stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb have reunited for this sitcom, where they play foster brothers at war.
The sequel to Brothers at War finds best friends Jacob and Eli on opposite sides of the battlefield as the War of 1812 erupts.
Brothers At War, by Ottawa author Don Cummer, covers a little known part of Canadian history--the years leading up to the War of 1812.
STREET BROTHERS IN ALL OUT WAR Coronation Street STV No matter what the rights and wrongs are in this saga of brothers at war, both David Platt and Nick Tilsley are suffering the awful consequences.
The brothers at war battle took place in a boxing booth during the Hoppings on Newcastle's Town Moor.
Just off the top of your head, for every Peter and Andrew in one accord, you can probably think of six or seven sets of brothers at war with one another: Cain and Abel; Shem, Japheth, and the accursed Ham, who according to many of our antebellurn Baptist forebears was elected with all his descendants to be the wood-hewing, water-drawing servants of his brothers and the rest of us white folks.
Brothers At War is a fascinating true account of how an 11-year-old girl, Eliza, and her mother, Sarah, find letters written by two of Eliza's greatgreat uncles from the frontline of the First World War.
Brothers at War is a disinterested study of its subject, impeccable in its scholarship (with the sole exception of an index insufficient to its task).
The image of brothers at war is underlined by the first biography of the Labour leader, which begins a newspaper serialisation today.
Brothers at War , a tale of bloody feuds between Humayun, Kamran and Hindal, is the second book in the Empire of the Moghul series, and took the authors over a year to write.