AWD

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AcronymDefinition
AWDAll Wheel Drive
AWDAward
AWDAir Warfare Destroyer (Australia)
AWDAlternate Wetting and Drying (irrigation)
AWDat Work Document
AWDAward Bios File
AWDAnalog Watchdog
AWDAutomated Work Distributor
AWDAdvanced Web Design (various organizations)
AWDAcute Watery Diarrhea
AWDAudible Warning Device (various organizations)
AWDAllgemeiner Wirtschaftsdienst (German investment company)
AWDAvis Worldwide Discount Number (promotional ID)
AWDAverage Winning Distance
AWDAthletes with Disabilities
AWDAmericans with Disabilities
AWDAffordable Web Development (various locations)
AWDAvailable Water Determination (Australia)
AWDAffordable Web Design
AWDAllstate Workplace Division (insurance)
AWDAmiga Web Directory
AWDAgency Work Directive (EU)
AWDMicrosoft Fax At Work Document (file extension)
AWDAutomatic Weighing Device
AWDArea Wage Determination
AWDAdvanced Worldweb Design
AWDAvailable Without Declaration
AWDAlternate World Database
AWDArachnophobia Web Design
AWDAssociation of Welding Distribution
AWDAccolade Web Design
AWDAdvance Warning Device
AWDAgold Web Design Services
AWDArian Web Designers
AWDAlton Web Design
AWDAlternate Work Days
AWDAutomatische Waehleinrichtung fur Datenverbindungen
AWDAbdominal Wall Defect
AWDArtists with Disabilities
AWDAging with Dignity
AWDA Wel Drem Prod (French audiovisual production agency)
AWDAwaiting Departure
AWDAdvanced Warfighting Demonstration (US DoD)
AWDAppalaches Western Dance (French: Appalachian Western Dance; est. 2008)
AWDAir Worthiness Directive
References in periodicals archive ?
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed the adoption of a new air worthiness directive (AD) that is applicable to certain McDonnell Douglas Model MD-90-30 series aircraft.
"The aircraft complied with all US Federal Aviation Authority (F) Air Worthiness directives and requirements," the statement added.
"There were three air worthiness directives issued by the Federal Aviation Authority pointing out problems with wiring, chafing, short-circuiting, and causing smoke and fires in the aircraft, most importantly from behind the control panel in the cockpit," said Mr Mitch Baumeister, an aviation attorney representing LaMotta.