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AWOAnimal Welfare Organization (various organizations)
AWOAmerican Waterways Operators
AWOAnother Way Out (various organizations)
AWOArbeiter-Wohlfahrt (German club for workers' welfare)
AWOAll Weather Operations
AWOAdditional Work Order
AWOAwilco Offshore Asa (Norway)
AWOAmerican White Oak (wood)
AWOAnimal Welfare Officer
AWOAmerican Women's Organization
AWOAnime World Order (podcast)
AWOAdult Warrant Officer (UK Air Training Corps)
AWOAssociate Warden of Operations (correctional facilities)
AWOApproval for Well Operation (energy industry)
AWOArab Women Organization of Jordan
AWOAir Weapons Officer
AWOAsymmetric Warfare Office
AWOAction Work Out
AWOActive Wall Outlet
AWOAfrican Women's Organization (Chicago, IL)
AWOArea Works Officer (or Office)
AWOAmerican Waterways Operations
AWOAll Worship One
AWOAnother Weird Ordeal (online game)
AWOAndré Wentzo Organisation (French: Andre Wentzo Organization; Toulouse, France)
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Because American white oak is such a slow-growing species, it is really important to ensure there's not a large gap in timber supply or ecological benefits.
Similar in color to European oak, American white oak has a light-colored sapwood and light to dark brown heartwood.
Under a Tennessee law enacted last year, distillers must age their sprits in unused American white oak barrels if they want to label their product Tennessee whiskey.
Asked to name a few Gulf projects he sees as showpieces for American hardwood, the official responded: Hotel Sofitel Dubai - The Palm (American ash); Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai (American black cherry); Hakkasan Restaurant, Doha, Dubai and Abu Dhabi (American red oak); The Hub, Dubai Airport (American white oak), and Zayed University Library, Abu Dhabi (American walnut).
Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserve is taken from a selection of aged stocks from 10 to 15 years, matured in both American white oak ex-Bourbon barrels and Matusalem oloroso sherry casks from Gonzalez Byass before a final finesse in Premier Cru Cabernet Sauvignon wine barriques.
The whisky has been a closely guarded secret at the firm's Tain distillery for close to two decades - part of an experiment using virgin American white oak casks from Missouri as part of the maturation process.
PERFECT SOLUTION For the exterior walls, the unfinished creamy light brown tones of American white oak, which will weather naturally and require little maintenance for the life of the building, appealed to both the client and architect.
The house on Runnymede Road is includes a reception hall with American white oak staircase and cloakroom, drawing room with Limestone fireplace, two garden rooms, dining room and sitting room.
Cast extracts showed that the spirit was matured in American white oak sherry casks, while additional testing revealed that the peat used for the malting originated in the Orkney Isles.
This chocolate has hints of citrus and intense bitterness, which go well with the American white oak character of the single malt scotch.
AMERICAN WHITE OAK, WHITE OAK, APPALACHIAN OAK, NORTHERN OAK
Triple distilled and mellowed in small new American White Oak barrels, each bottle is seven to 12 years in the making.
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