WARM


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AcronymDefinition
WARMWomen as Role Models (UK)
WARMWashington Adoption Reunion Movement
WARMWest Anglia Route Modernisation (rail)
WARMWeighted Average Remaining Maturity
WARMWartime Reserve Mode (US Navy)
WARMWater, Ammo, Rations and Medical supplies
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March got her wet things off, her warm slippers on, and sitting down in the easy chair, drew Amy to her lap, preparing to enjoy the happiest hour of her busy day.
But first you come down to the kitchen with me, and have a nice warm bath behind the stove.
Then there you lie like the one warm spark in the heart of an arctic crystal.
In the meantime the two little ducklings had fallen asleep, and the little drake lay between them, covered up by their wings, to be kept warm under their feathers.
Ah me," sighed Primrose, throwing herself languidly back, "how warm the sun grows
A body, being white, is said to be whiter at one time than it was before, or, being warm, is said to be warmer or less warm than at some other time.
I fancy it kept me warm, even in my slumbers, better than the high pile of blankets, which positively crackled with frost as I threw them off in the morning.
Then he stoked the fire, blew it, and set them all round it to warm themselves.
It was warm, and none of them connected her withdrawal with the reminiscences of the dairyman.
The woman kissed his eyes, and with thin, small hands felt the warm body through his white flannel nightgown.
From the alighting board, instead of the former spirituous fragrant smell of honey and venom, and the warm whiffs of crowded life, comes an odor of emptiness and decay mingling with the smell of honey.
At the entrance to the street the wind still raged and the road was thickly covered with snow, but well within the village it was calm, warm, and cheerful.