FSW

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AcronymDefinition
FSWFederal Skilled Worker (various locations)
FSWFonds Soziales Wien (German: Vienna Social Fund; Vienna, Austria)
FSWFriction Stir Welding
FSWFuji Speedway (Taiwan)
FSWFlight Software
FSWFamily Services of Westchester (Yorkers, NY)
FSWFood Service Worker
FSWFile System Watcher
FSWFree Software
FSWFull Spectrum Warrior (video game)
FSWFaculteit Sociale Wetenschappen (Dutch: Faculty of Social Sciences)
FSWFaculty of Social Work (various universities)
FSWFile Share Witness
FSWFemale Sex Worker
FSWFamily Support Worker
FSWForward Swept Wing (aviation)
FSWFeet of Seawater (diving)
FSWFox Sports World (cable TV channel)
FSWFreestyle-Wave (windsurfing board category)
FSWFat Spanish Waiter
FSWFull-Stripe Write (disks)
FSWFood Service Warehouse
FSWFiltered Sea Water
FSWFacilitation Skills Workshop (various locations)
FSWFederated Social Web (social networking)
FSWFantasy Sports Wire
FSWFlute Society of Washington (Manassas, VA)
FSWFederal Screw Works (St. Clair Shores, MI automotive fastener supplier)
FSWFamily Services Working (to Strengthen our Communities; Bridgeport, CT)
FSWFlight Sim World (gaming)
FSWFaso Airways - Burkina Faso (ICAO code)
FSWFemale Socket Weld
FSWFoothill Symphonic Winds (Palo Alto, CA)
FSWFire Team Support Weapon
FSWFletcher Sutcliffe Wild Ltd. (UK)
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The CURV-21 is designed to work up to a maximum depth of 20,000 feet of seawater, according to the Navy.
If you stood on the beach in low water, and then in high water, you'd have forty feet of seawater in front of you - it rises so fast.
The vessel, which is totally self-sufficient to perform retrofits on structures in less than 90 feet of seawater, performs the retrofits using Deepwater's RetroLink system.
Its third store, a much smaller 9,000-square-foot unit in the Republix shopping center, received less extensive damage externally, but was flooded by three feet of seawater.
Deep View 66, when completed, will be approximately 107 feet long, weigh 160 tons, and have the ability to dive to depths of roughly 328 feet of seawater.