WEL

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AcronymDefinition
WELWeapon Equipment List
WELWomen Electoral Lobby (Australia)
WELWhat Ever, Loser
WELWelfare
WELWorkplace Exposure Limits
WELWater Efficiency Leader (US EPA; annual award; est. 2006)
WELWomen's Executive Leadership (program)
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In the course of the preceding observations, I have had an eye, my fellow-citizens, to putting you upon your guard against all attempts, from whatever quarter, to influence your decision in a matter of the utmost moment to your welfare, by any impressions other than those which may result from the evidence of truth.
A power to destroy the freedom of the press, the trial by jury, or even to regulate the course of descents, or the forms of conveyances, must be very singularly expressed by the terms "to raise money for the general welfare.
Make use of it, then, whenever you think it will be most useful, for my eldest son's welfare.
I thanked the amiable Youth for his entertaining narration, and after expressing my wishes for their Welfare and Happiness, left them in their little Habitation and returned to my other Freinds who impatiently expected me.
Hunt, as head of the establishment at the mouth of the Columbia, for he would not allow himself to doubt of his welfare.
I gave them somewhat awkwardly, I believe; for, in fact, the sudden disclosure of so important a matter took from me the power of speaking with any clearness, She thanked me, however, most affectionately, for my kind concern in the welfare of herself and daughter; and then said: "I am not apt to deal in professions, my dear Mrs.
Pierre proposed going to his estates in the south and there attending to the welfare of his serfs.
Princess Ozma was a very busy little ruler, for she looked carefully after the comfort and welfare of her people and tried to make them happy.
In the first place, though I cannot doubt your sincere interest in the young lady's welfare, I don't like your mysterious way of showing it.
Oh, nothing - nothing at all for myself individually," replied the Donkey; "but his country's welfare should be a patriot's supreme care.
The one interest that I have now left in life is my interest in your welfare and your happiness in the time to come.
I have an interest in Miss Silvester's welfare as well as in yours.