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DWDoctor Who (British TV sci-fi series)
DWDreamweaver (web design program)
DWDrinking Water (various organizations)
DWData Warehouse
DWDisney World
DWDeutsche Welle (German Radio and TV Station)
DWDynasty Warriors (game)
DWDon't Worry
DWDeep Water
DWDishwasher
DWDragon Warrior (video game)
DWDiakonisches Werk (German: Diaconate; church organization)
DWDry Weight
DWDeadman Wonderland (manga series)
DWDeadliest Warrior (TV)
DWDwayne Wade (basketball player)
DWDarrell Waltrip (former NASCAR driver)
DWDumb Waiter (various companies)
DWDomestic Water
DWDoo Wop
DWDigital Watch
DWDigimon World (game)
DWDry Wall (construction)
DWDrum Workshop, Inc.
DWDurbin-Watson (test statistic)
DWDark Wizard (gaming)
DWDouble Word
DWDarkWing (cartoon)
DWDead Weight
DWDear Wife
DWDirty Weekend
DWDavid West (basketball player)
DWDark Water (cartoon)
DWDeadly Weapon
DWDameware (remote system management software)
DWDocuware (document management System)
DWDry Well
DWData Window (PowerBuilder)
DWDitch Witch (trenching machine made by Charles Machine Works, Inc.)
DWData Word
DWDefine Word (assembly language directive)
DWDreamWorks SKG
DWDevon Werkheiser (actor)
DWDown Wind (aviation weather)
DWDouble Window
DWDisc World (books by Terry Pratchett)
DWDemineralized Water
DWDamage Waiver
DWDeutsche Welthungerhilfe
DWDouble Wishbone (suspension)
DWDark Warrior (gaming)
DWDominion Wars (Star Trek)
DWDesign Win
DWDisplayWrite (IBM)
DWDoomworld (website)
DWDrain Wire (electricity)
DWDajuan Wagner (NBA player)
DWDynamic Walking
DWDarryl Waltrip (NASCAR driver)
DWDora Winifred (Arthur cartoon)
DWDiagonally to Wall (dance technique)
DWDigital warriors (CZ game clan)
DWDialable Wideband
DWweight-average particle size
DWDemocracywatch (Bangladesh)
DWDrunk Warrior (gaming clan)
DWDraconian Winter (band)
DWDetroit and Western Railroad
DWDaughters of Wisdom, St. Montfort (religious order)
DWDim Wit
References in classic literature ?
It was evident the celestial was no stranger to the use of his deadly weapon, nor to the moments of extreme and sudden peril which demanded its use, for he seemed no more perturbed than had he been but hanging out his weekly wash.
The skull, shattered by some deadly weapon, left the brain exposed, which was much injured.
Close at the heels of the horses came two-score archers bearded and burly, their round targets on their backs and their long yellow bows, the most deadly weapon that the wit of man had yet devised, thrusting forth from behind their shoulders.
A woman's tongue is a deadly weapon and the most difficult thing in the world to keep in order, and things slip off it with a facility nothing short of appalling at the very moment when it ought to be most quiet.
He took up the deadly weapon again, his lips parted and his eyes fixed on the clock, and then shuddered at the click of the trigger as he cocked the pistol.
They confronted the soldiers, not wholly without arms, and ready to convert the very stones of the street into deadly weapons.
The word being given to surround the house, some climbed the gates, or dropped into the shallow trench and scaled the garden wall, while others pulled down the solid iron fence, and while they made a breach to enter by, made deadly weapons of the bars.
The fact was too evident to be denied, and after pausing a moment, that the audience might digest his premises, Richard proceeded: “It seems proper that I should decide this question, as I am bound to preserve the peace of the county; and men with deadly weapons in their hands should not be heedlessly left to contention and their own malignant passions.
If you find that the defendant carried no firearm or deadly weapon in the course of committing the Robbery By Sudden Snatching, but did commit the Robbery By Sudden Snatching, you should find [him][her] guilty only of Robbery By Sudden Snatching.
Huerta was booked on assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a loaded weapon in a vehicle.
a]ccordingly, because Russell had sound reason to believe that Anderson was armed, Russell acted reasonably by firing on Anderson as a protective measure before directly observing a deadly weapon.
San Diego police spokes-man Bill Robinson said the fish was considered a deadly weapon in the same way that shoes or teeth can be weapons.