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AcronymDefinition
WARDWorld Amateur Radio Day
WARDWestern Alliance for Rail to Dulles (Reston, VA)
WARDWaterjet Abrasive Recycling Dispenser
WARDWalking Assistance and Rehabilitation Device
WARDWitches Against Religious Discrimination Organization
WARDWest Africa Rural Development Project (community workers' training and education; Canadian International Development Agency)
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There is one somewhere; I heard it," said Miss Ward carelessly, unrolling her diagrams, which she began to explain without further parley.
Miss Wilson said the sixth form, Miss Wylie," said Miss Ward, who had entered also.
If you were in the small ward a nurse would wash you, and I can do it just as well as a nurse.
But if you'll step into the officers' wards you'll see for yourself," he added, turning to Rostov.
Also, there is too much Ward Valley out to suit our present plans.
Jones and Philip Ward, who had already risen from their chairs, led the Bishop off the platform, while the audience sat breathless and shocked.
Ward gave him a quick, penetrating look, hesitated, then made up his mind.
Grewgious was discovered by his ward, much discomfited by being in Miss Twinkleton's company in Miss Twinkleton's own sacred room.
One or two adventurous souls, it was after- wards found, went into the darkness and crawled quite near the Martians; but they never returned, for now and again a light-ray, like the beam of a warship's searchlight swept the common, and the Heat-Ray was ready to follow.
Fair wards of court have faded into mothers and grandmothers; a long procession of Chancellors has come in and gone out; the legion of bills in the suit have been transformed into mere bills of mortality; there are not three Jarndyces left upon the earth perhaps since old Tom Jarndyce in despair blew his brains out at a coffee-house in Chancery Lane; but Jarndyce and Jarndyce still drags its dreary length before the court, perennially hopeless.
In others the supreme council is composed of the different magistrates, and they succeed to the offices of the community by proper divisions of tribes, wards, and other very small proportions, till every one in his turn goes through them: nor does the whole community ever meet together, without it is when new laws are enacted, or some national affair is debated, or to hear what the magistrates have to propose to them.
Then he showed them the wards one after another, the storeroom, the linen room, then the heating stove of a new pattern, then the trolleys, which would make no noise as they carried everything needed along the corridors, and many other things.