WOTF

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AcronymDefinition
WOTFWriters of the Future
WOTFWall of the Fallen
WOTFWake Of the Flood (Grateful Dead record/song)
WOTFWar of the Servers (movie)
WOTFWill of the Forsaken (gaming, World of Warcraft ability)
WOTFWarriors Of The Forest (gaming)
WOTFWhich of the following
WOTFWay Of The Fox
WOTFWine of the Flight
WOTFWrestling on the Fringe
WOTFWisdom of the Forum
WOTFWarriors of the Fallen (gaming)
WOTFWarriors of the Flame (gaming, World of Warcraft)
WOTFWay of the Future
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In the construction phase BA 01 is a place for the Nepomuk monument and a portion of the adjoining flood-protection wall will be created in the wake of the flood protection measures which currently being built, Bridge Stock AustraE-e.
District Emergency Officer Dr Ejaz Anjam told that leave of all officials of the department had been cancelled in the wake of the flood warning.
The wake of the flood left mountains of replaced culvert pipe on roadsides and ditches.
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in support of international relief efforts in the wake of the flood disaster that recently hit Pakistan.
Dara-i-Sauf Bala district chief told Pajhwok Afghan News another five had been missing in the wake of the flood in the Marangar area.
First, they want to stamp out corruption in local politics in the wake of the Flood Tribunal.
The prime factor in the wake of the flood of sordid revelations in the past few years is the welfare of the victims.
17 million) to the Pakistan government as humanitarian aid in the wake of the flood disaster that has hit several parts of Pakistan since July 22.
The director of the Office for Assistance and Rehabilitation of Flooded Areas, launched by the Serbian government on May 22, 2014, in the wake of the floods, thanked the Kuwaiti government, the embassy and the KRCS for their role in the post-disaster rehabilitation process.
On a similar note, director of the Office for Assistance and Rehabilitation of Flooded Areas, launched by the Serbian government on May 22, 2014, in the wake of the floods, thanked the Kuwaiti government, the embassy and the KRCS for their role in the post-disaster rehabilitation process.
In the wake of the floods, experts from research body the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology said such measures were a "no regrets" move to help to reduce flooding and provide other environmental benefits.
Mulanje Mission Hospital, a facility operated by the Blantyre Synod of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian and supported by Presbyterian World Service & Development, has reported increased cases of malaria and severe diarrhea in the wake of the floods.