BWL

AcronymDefinition
BWLBetriebswirtschaftslehre (German: Business Administration)
BWLBursting With Laughter
BWLBlackwing Lair (gaming, World of Warcraft)
BWLBody Weight Loss
BWLBelieve Wireless
BWLBroadband and Wireless
BWLBroadband Wireless Loop
BWLBlough-Weis Library (Susquehanna University; Selinsgrove, PA)
BWLBeer Wine and Liquor (liquor licensing)
BWLBiological Warfare Laboratory
BWLBlack & White Life (Half Life community)
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Plaintiff has not alleged that she had a contract with the BWL providing for a definite term of employment or prohibiting discharge without just cause," the opinion stated.
However, noting that "under Michigan law by presumption, employment relationships are terminable at the will of either party," the court found the plaintiff failed to offer any legal argument suggesting she had the right to be employed by the BWL. The plaintiff had acknowledged that the offer of employment by BWL was conditional and never made a case to suggest that the employment offer was not at will, the court said.
BWL Agency has advised multinational companies such as Pandora, Moet Hennessy, Pernod Ricard and Universal Music Group as well as many non-government organizations.
Michael Lee, director of BWL, said: "Since our inception more than 12 months ago, we have experienced significant growth with both national and international clients.
Perhaps more importantly, this latest victory for ninth-placed Bwl over Caerleon, only their fifth of the league campaign, moves them 10 points clear of the dreaded drop zone.
BWL supplied management, methodology, and processes, advanced planning optimisation tools and software and planning aspects to the business."
Analyses focusing on the two monotherapy groups showed that 47% of patients assigned to BWL and 67% of patients assigned to CBT had a rapid response to treatment--defined as a reduction in the number of binge episodes by at least 70% during the first 4 weeks of treatment.
The IPT group included 75 patients, the BWL group had 64 patients, and the GSH group had 66 patients.
Both were converted by replacement fly-half Sean Ireland while Ellis' winner repeated Bwl's previous success of 1999.
Although the source of the lead is apparent, BWL is still trying to determine why lead levels have been increasing.
In an intent-to-treat analysis, the CBT remission rate (46%) was also significantly higher than that of the BWL and control groups (18% and 13%, respectively), the investigators said.
The last one was taken last night by Tom Steel of BWL Motors Ltd in Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry.