TWA

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AcronymDefinition
TWATrans World Airlines
TWATime Weighted Average
TWAThe World Academy (Elizabeth, NJ)
TWAT-Wave Alternans (marker of cardiac electrical instability)
TWATibetan Women's Association (est. 1959)
TWAThe Word Alive (band)
TWATexas Wildlife Association
TWATask Work Area
TWATransaction Work Area
TWAThe Wine Advocate (consumer advice publication)
TWATexas Works Advisor
TWATappers with Attitude
TWATotal Water Available
TWATaxi Workers Alliance
TWATemporary Work Assignment
TWAThree Word Abbreviation
TWATraveling Wave Amplifier
TWATranscontinental and Western Airlines
TWATwo Way Alternate
TWATexas Wrestling Alliance
TWATeeny Weeny Afro (hair style)
TWATraveling with Angels (airline slogan)
TWATrouble Went Away
TWATrailing Wire Antenna
TWAThird World Assassin
TWATransaction Work Area (CICS)
TWATokyo Worldwide Agency (Japan)
TWATotal Weighted Average (permissible exposure limit; Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
TWAThird Wave Advertising
TWATwo-Way Alternating
TWATexas Wrestling Association
TWATransfer Writing Assessment (test)
TWAThink Before Reading; Think While Reading; Think After Reading
TWATeen Wrestling Association
TWATransborder Wildlife Association
TWATail Wire Antenna
TWAThin-Wire Antenna
TWAThree Word Acronym
TWATime-Weighted Authority
TWATigrai Women's Association
TWAToday Was Awful
TWATurbocharger Wastegate Actuator
TWATravelling Wave Analysis
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The Taxi Workers Alliance linked the attack on Sharif to the controversy surrounding plans for a mosque and interfaith center near the New York site of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Sharif, in remarks released by the Taxi Workers Alliance, described himself as "very sad.
The woman went to the Taxi Workers Alliance office, and despite the fact that it was now midnight, Chowdhury and the alliance president were waiting for her with her diamonds.
On June 2, the Taxi Workers Alliance filed a federal class-action lawsuit asserting that Uber has misclassified its drivers as independent contractors, violated minimum-wage and overtime laws, and unlawfully taken surcharges from drivers' fares.
Desai says the Taxi Workers Alliance hopes someday to win a union representation election for Uber drivers in New York.
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance decided to strike in an effort to show their support for immigrants, but Uber drivers did not.
Bhairavi Desai, president of the National Taxi Workers Alliance, says that as a result of Uber's expansion, "the total number of fares is coming down" per yellow cab, in New York and many other cities.
After the New York Taxi Workers Alliance called for a one-hour work stoppage in solidarity with the protests on Saturday night, the Uber New York City Twitter account announced it would turn off its surge pricing at JFK Airport.
Led by 23-year-old Bhairavi Desai--an Indian-born woman who would become a national alt-labor leader--a fledgling group now called the New York Taxi Workers Alliance began aggressively organizing the drivers.