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AOWAlgemene Ouderdomswet
AOWAdvancement of Women (various locations)
AOWAdvanced Open Water (PADI)
AOWArt of War
AOWAge of Wonders (computer game)
AOWAll Over the World
AOWAct of War Direct Action (game; usually shortened to Act of War)
AOWAncient of War (Warcraft III reference)
AOWAny Other Weapon
AOWAll out war (boards and forums)
AOWAirlines of the Web (resource)
AOWAssociation of Wrens (Women's Royal Naval Service; UK)
AOWAustralasian Ontology Workshop
AOWAsia and Oceania Workshop
AOWAquarium on Wheels (National Aquarium; Baltimore, MD)
AOWAvatar of War (Everquest)
AOWAngels of War (gaming clan)
AOWArea of Work
AOWAngels of Wrath (gaming clan)
AOWAuxiliaryman of the Watch
AOWAssignment of Work
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A significant outcome from the interest in Papua New Guineans in the War came with the production in 1982 of the documentary film Angels of War: World War II and the People of Papua New Guinea (Pike et al.
Angels of War. Canberra, Australia: Ronin Home Video.
And like those two pioneering queer women, Martucci has a story of her own to belt out, which she does in her new EP, Angels of War. Raised Catholic, in the wilds of New Jersey, the only daughter of a military father and a feminist mother, both stern disciplinarians, Martucci was outed by a love letter from her college flame.
Her new EP, Angels of War, is almost an abridged version of this epic struggle, and Martucci cites "Piece of Heaven" as the track that "really defines who I am."
angels of war THE Crimson Field has arrived to fill the Call the Midwife gap in our Sunday night telly.
For various histories of Japanese occupation of New Guinea see Toyoda and Nelson (eds), The Pacific War in Papua New Guinea; Kituai, My Gun, My Brother; Angels of War, produced and directed by Gavan Daws, Hank Nelson, and Andrew Pike, 54 min., Australian National University, Research School of Pacific Studies, 1981, videocassette; Janice Newton, 'Angels, Heroes and Traitors: Images of Some Papuans in the Second World War', Research in Melanesia, no.
(55.) Nora Vagi Brash, in Angels of War, produced and directed by Gavan Daws, Hank Nelson, and Andrew Pike.
(68.) Ovivi Arai, in Angels of War, produced and directed by Gavan Daws, Hank Nelson, and Andrew Pike.