AWRE


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AcronymDefinition
AWREAutomatic Write Reallocation Enable
AWREAtomic Weapons Research Establishment
AWREAustralian Workshop on Requirements Engineering
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(18) Graham Stone, Chris Awre, Paul Stainthorp, and Jill Emery, "UK open access life cycle: for publishers," http:/ / dx.doi.org/10.5920/ UKOAPUB.2016
Mr Awre: "The stonework was not meant to be exposed to the elements the way it has been for the past 70 years.
To contact SCVO call Stephen Awre or Martin Allcott on 0121 565 8939.
It is also possible that the compounds responsible for this action reside in the n-hexane fraction, however through this study, fractions AWRE.sub.1-7, showed significant (p<0.05) antinociceptive activity in chemical-induced pain while [AWRE.sub.4] and [AWRE.sub.7] showed antinociceptive activity in thermal-induced pain.
The bore travels 21 miles between Awre and Gloucester.
By the thirteenth century it seems likely that all cities and market towns had them, and we hear of them even in villages like Awre in Gloucestershire, Kinoulton in Nottinghamshire, and Rudham in Norfolk.
LOCALS in the Gloucestershire village of Awre pronounce it 'Arrh'.
And you'll probably be awre that they never did that when Australia retained the Ashes down under.
He takes on the role of the female director of AWRE, the Association of Women in Real Estate, a nonprofit company with 30 employees.
MOBERG, CEO of AWARE INC (AWRE), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
Furthermore, when problems are rendered taboo, they awre pushed dangerous beyond scrutiny and forethought.
It was the other big winner of the Second World War and with some exceptions (Austria, North Korea) it held on directly or indirectly to territories occupied by its armies during the war; in terms of resources it is largely self-sufficient; and its most vulnerable borders awre adequately buffered.