AHW

AcronymDefinition
AHWAnimal Health and Welfare
AHWAls Het Ware (Dutch: as it was)
AHWAuxiliary Health Worker (Nepal)
AHWAcutely Hazardous Waste
AHWAtomic Hydrogen Welding
AHWA Healthier Wisconsin (health initiative)
AHWAhnapee and Western Railway Company
AHWAdvanced Hypersonic Weapon (US Army)
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The interactions afforded by the AHW event helped the students develop a network beyond the classroom and may result in future collaborations and innovation.
Canadian grain handling equipment manufacturer Brandt Agricultural Products Ltd has acquired Illinois and Indiana, US-based dealer AHW LLC, the group said.
AHWs employed in acute hospital settings provide significantly more than clinical support to Aboriginal patients.
With a range of 8,000 km, AHW was initially funded as the risk mitigation program of the Hypersonic Technology Vehicle (HTV), which has a range as great as 17,000 km.
an additional $55 million for the AHW in FY2014, and the DOD has
First, AHW is a custodian as defined in section 1(1)(f)(xiii) of the HIA.
9 March 2010 - Indian credit rating agency CRISIL confirmed the ratings of BB+ with a "stable" outlook and of P4+ on various bank facilities of local AHW Steels Ltd.
Sellers of the shares were NorgesInvestor II AS and AHW Invest AS.
A Ukrainian passenger Antonov-140 aircraft, flight AHW 2137, carrying aerospace experts, crashes 45 miles from Ardestan, south of Tehran, at 1600 GMT, killing all 46 people on board.
The wage index is derived by dividing the AHW for each labor market by the national AHW.
The criteria for obtaining wage index reclassification include, inter alia, a requirement that the hospital's AHW be at least 108% of the AHW of the hospitals in the area in which the hospital is located and the hospital's AHW be at least 84% of the AHW of hospitals in the area to which it seeks to be redesignated.
Data were collected through two workshops and formal and informal discussions with a sample of nine AHW trainers from four organizations.