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ABWAgencja Bezpieczeñstwa Wewnêtrznego (Polish: Internal Security Agency)
ABWAir Base Wing
ABWAir Base Wing (USAF squadron type)
ABWActual Body Weight
ABWActivity Based Working
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ABWA Better Way
ABWAfrican Blackwood
ABWAuto Body Works (auto repair workshop)
ABWAngry Black Woman
ABWAdvanced Business Ware (France)
ABWAntarctic Bottom Water
ABWAvailable Bandwidth
ABWAgresso Business World (software)
ABWAbandonware (outdated computer software)
ABWArizona Bike Week (motorcycles)
ABWAlready Been Worn (clothing)
ABWABestWeb (marketing forum website)
ABWAustralian Business Week (Australia)
ABWAutomatic Bank Withdrawal (financial management)
ABWApparent Beam Width
ABWall best wishes
ABWAirborne Waste
ABWAmerican Brotherhood Weekend
ABWArchitecture Bailly Warnant (French architecture company; Paris, France)
ABWAdvocates for Battered Women (Little Rock, AR)
ABWAxxcelera Broadband Wireless
ABWAußenbogenweiche (German: switch on tracks, railroads)
ABWAnti Bullying Week
ABWArctic Bottom Water
ABWArc Braze Welding
ABWApparent Band Width
ABWAll Being Well Ltd
ABWAmateur Backyard Wrestling
ABWAverage Bandwidth Waste
ABWAlfalfa, Barley, Wheatgrass
ABWAltitude Backyard Wrestling (Colorado)
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The Local Option Alcoholic Beverage Control Law authorized the manufacture, sale, distribution, possession and transportation of alcoholic beverages containing more than 4% alcohol by weight if accepted by a local election in any incorporated county.
Forcing newly licensed restaurants to serve nothing stronger than beer (weak 3.2 percent alcohol by weight), to keep taps and bartenders out of customers' sight (behind a "Zion Curtain") and have beer sales account for no more than 30 percent of revenue is one example.
Current South Carolina law allows the sale of beer only if it is 5 percent alcohol by weight or less, said Danny Brazell, a spokesman for the Department of Revenue.
* Cereal Malt Beverage: 18 cents a gallon on cereal malt beverage, which is beer that is less than 3.2 percent alcohol by weight, paid at the wholesale level.
Oklahoma low-point beer is 3.2 percent alcohol by weight and 4 percent alcohol by volume, according to an Anheuser-Busch spokesman.
Under current law, convenience and grocery stores may only sell "cereal malt beverage" with a maximum 3.2 alcohol by weight The bill would classify any beer containing less than 5 percent alcohol by weight as cereal malt beverage.
The Siebel Institute in Chicago estimates more than 90 percent of beer sold in America has less than 4 percent alcohol by weight, which equates to 5 percent by volume.
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