LSW

AcronymDefinition
LSWLicensed Social Worker
LSWLego Star Wars (Lego Group and Lucasfilm Ltd.)
LSWLight Support Weapon
LSWLincoln Southwest (Nebraska high school)
LSWLegendary Super Warriors (gaming)
LSWLeast Significant Word
LSWLast Seen Wearing
LSWLong Suffering Wife
LSWLaboratory Safety Workshop
LSWLight Ship Weight (naval engineering)
LSWLasik Surgery Watch (est. 2008)
LSWLucas-Sargent-Wallace proposition
LSWLand and Sea Warfare (DoD)
LSWLondon Standard Wording (insurance)
LSWLoudoun Symphonic Winds (Leesburg, VA)
LSWLeeds Sculpture Workshop
LSWLeft-Sided Weakness (neurology)
LSWLamberg Sleep Well (oral appliance)
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We are in discussions with equipment dealers to offer a program by which traditional tires/wheels are exchanged for new LSW technology.
The founding president of the LSW Sir John Cadogan has emphasised the need for curiosity-driven 'Blue Sky' research.
In addition, LSW encourages all employees to improve their skills and competencies, by supporting college courses and on the job training wherever possible.
Silvanus and LSW together make a perfect strategic match for Glendale.
I spoke to Nancy Law, LSW, who is vice president for Client Programs at the National MS Society.
Once inside the Stirling depot, the thieves had access to high-powered SA80 rifles, LSW machine guns and pistols.
The figure on the opposite page shows the LSW temperature record overplotted with a smoothed version of the North Atlantic Oscillation index, an expression of the relative strength of the atmospheric westerlies (see box on page 13).
In most other areas (with the exception of weight--12 pounds unloaded) the LSW is identical to the IW.
LSW is not an authorized insurer in New York and does not conduct insurance business in New York.
The shareholders also got a chance to look at an LSW display of tires and wheels and witness the difference between LSW and the traditional assemblies.
There is a competitive edge to many LSW activities and on one occasion one of the judges was Sir Stephen Tumin, the chief inspector of prisons.