DWAG

AcronymDefinition
DWAGDenture Wearers Action Group
DWAGData Warehouse Advisory Group (various organizations)
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Even though, as the text mentions, the second Dalai Lama visited Dwags po several times after that, it seems that he and Mtha' khob Bstan pa'i gron me never have met.
In Tibetan, lha rgya ri bas gdan drangs ae phyogs su sleb pa la mtha' 'khob bstan pa'i sgron me slob dpon chos dpal ba dpon slob rnams kyis dwags po phyogs su dgos pa'i gdan 'dren nan chen byung ba la brten spur ltang la la byas thog mar dwags po la gong sde brgyad du grags par slebs (Dge 'dun rgya mtsho, 1979 [1474-1542]: 36a).
9) nyes med kyi ri dwags 'ded pa/sbrang tshang 'rdi'nas dmyal ba'i rgyu bsgrubs/
1 in a BBC poll of the most glamorous darts WAGs - or DWAGs, as they are known on the circuit - earlier this year, was bright-eyed and tearful when Waites unleashed his amazing comeback against Wade on Sunday night.
He officially entered Dwags po College in 1580, taking novice ordination at age twenty under the abbot of that institution, Blo bzang rgya mtsho.
131, that it was Rje shes rab seng ge (1383-1445), founder of Rgyud smad, who "founded the Mthong smon grwa tshang at Gsang phu, which today is known as Dwags po grwa tshang"; gsang phur mthong smon grwa tshang btsugs pa da lta dwags po grwa tshang du grags pa'di yin.
205), states that'Khon ston Rinpoche entered Dwags po College in 1580.
2005b: 'Gong sa skyabs mgon chen po mchog nas la dwags khul gnas bod 'bangs kyi mang gtso'i dus dran thengs zhe lnga pa'i mdzad sgo'i thog stsal ba'i bka' slob/', Shes bya, 38 (9), 3-9.
During the process of engraving the blocks, 335 block carvers, 30 carpenters and 27 iron smiths were summoned, Dwags po and Kong po districts in Central Tibet.
The Portuguese friar Francisco Godinho was at rTsahrang (Tsaparang) at that topical moment: his letter is a widely neglected piece of evidence written in 1626, only a handful of years before Senge ge rnam rgyal from La dwags conquered the citadel and changed the history of Upper West Tibet forever.
Indeed, Strachey's study has the virtue of seeing the territory in its most classical historical conception: a single unit composed by the three great areas of La dwags and Ruthog; Ku nu, sPi ti, and Zangs dkar; and Gu ge Pu hrang.