DWAS


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AcronymDefinition
DWASDoctor Who Appreciation Society
DWASDance with a Stranger
DWASDartmouth Work Activity Society (est. 1980; Canada)
DWASDefense Working Capital Accounting System
DWASDark Web Attribute System (internet usage content analysis tool)
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Later, Vice Admiral DWAS Dissanayake, called on Chief of the Naval Staff in his office, where he held detailed discussions on professional matters with his counterpart.
The Vice Admiral DWAS Dissanayake joined Sri Lanka Navy in 1977.
The WUL approved and granted by DWAS provides the Company with the requested ability to extract 410,148 cubic meters of water per year from seven boreholes, with that amount aimed at supporting the Projects envisioned long-term processing target of 300,000 tons per month.