PAWS


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PAWSProgressive Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPerforming Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPets Are Wonderful Support
PAWSPhilippine Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPets Are Worth Saving
PAWSPanhandle Animal Welfare Society (Florida)
PAWSPhased Array Warning System
PAWSPet Animal Welfare Statute
PAWSPost Acute Withdrawal Syndrome
PAWSPublic Awareness of Science
PAWSProficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students
PAWSPreservation of Animal Welfare and Safety
PAWSProtect Against Wrapped Sequence Numbers
PAWSPetroleum and Water Systems
PAWSProtecting Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPromoting Awesome Watershed Stewardship
PAWSParallel Assessment Window System
PAWSPuppies Achieving Worthy Service
PAWSPassive Airborne Warning System
PAWSPets and Animals Welfare Society
PAWSPan Am World Services
PAWSPets As Willing Servants
PAWSPsychological Abuse Warriors and Survivors
PAWSPennsylvania Animal and Wildlife Service
PAWSParents Assisting with Students (mentoring program)
PAWSPeoples Alliance for Wildlife Survival, Inc.
PAWSPortable Analyst Workstation
PAWSPhone and Web Services (University of California, Riverside)
PAWSPolar Automatic Weather Station
PAWSPut A Web Server
PAWSPortable ASAS/ENSCE Workstation
PAWSPeople Are Winners at School (Greendale Middle School, Greendale, WI)
PAWSPullman Against Wal-Mart Supercenter
PAWSProfessional ATLAS (Abbreviated Test Language for All Systems) Work Station (TYX Corporation; defense industry)
PAWSPhiladelphia Animal Welfare Society (Pennsylvania)
References in classic literature ?
Akela never raised his head from his paws, but went on with the monotonous cry: "Look well
The child is quite black, and has very white paws, but not a single white hair on its body.
They patted it with their little soft paws --"Shall we make dear little muffins?
My beast had an advantage in his first hold, having sunk his mighty fangs far into the breast of his adversary; but the great arms and paws of the ape, backed by muscles far transcending those of the Martian men I had seen, had locked the throat of my guardian and slowly were choking out his life, and bending back his head and neck upon his body, where I momentarily expected the former to fall limp at the end of a broken neck.
Whatever it may be," continued Ned Land, "every animal with four paws without feathers, or with two paws without feathers, will be saluted by my first shot.
They did it as a standing horse paws with his foot, or as a man enjoys killing animals in sport: because ancient and departed necessities had impressed it on the organism.
For you and nobody else, as the horse which paws the ground is mine, and the other horse, which is caracoling, belongs to Athos.
He always came at dinner-time and brought an ugly poodle with him, whose paws soiled their furniture.
On the face of this there was a device that shewed a dog holding a spotted fawn between his fore paws, and watching it as it lay panting upon the ground.
Pistache, on a signal from his master, placed himself on this line, raised himself on his hind paws, and holding in his front paws a wand with which clothes used to be beaten, he began to dance upon the line with as many contortions as a rope-dancer.
And here again, almost as wondrous, stood a real bear of the dark forest, lending each of his fore paws to the grasp of a human hand, and as ready for the dance as any in that circle.
The mastiff of which he had spoken got up from the threshold, and stood on his hinder legs, so as to put his fore paws on the chariot wheel.