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BWWBuffalo Wild Wings (restaurant)
BWWBowie Wonderworld (fansite)
BWWBirmingham Water Works (Alabama)
BWWBritt World Wide
BWWBuilding with Wood
BWWBlue-Winged Warbler (bird)
BWWBig Wide World
BWWBlack Womyn's Weekend (est. 1978)
BWWBike Wear World
BWWBroadband Wireless World (forum/convention)
BWWBureau of Water Works
BWWBandwidth Warning (message boards)
BWWBasic Weather Watch
BWWBordeaux Wine Web (Bordeaux, France)
BWWBig White Women
BWWBertram Wilberforce Wooster (PG Wodehouse's fictional character)
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According to the operation manual recommended by Life Technologies Corporation, spermatozoa were resuspended in prewarmed (37[degrees]C) BWW containing 200 nM MitoTracker Deep Red FM (MT-DR FMInvitrogen, Carlsbad, USA) and incubated at 37[degrees]C for 45 min.
The transaction is not subject to a financing condition and is expected to close during the first quarter of 2018, subject to the approval of BWW shareholders and the satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including applicable regulatory approvals.
Hence, a sample with 1 mg of acephate in 1 mL of BWW, which is equivalent to recommended field dosage (1 g of acephate into 1 L of water) of acephate, was prepared.
On the other hand, multifunctional FES (6%) and BWW (7%) received the lowest number of observations in sustainability communication because both themes are quite narrow.
The dietary treatments included the following four fibre sources: an insoluble nonfermentable purified source--purified cellulose (CEL; ARBOCEL BWW 40C, J.
In: Clinical Applications of Cryobiology, Fuller BJ, Grout BWW (Eds.).
Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW) is looking at expanding its restaurant network in the country after the U.S.-based casual dining chain opened its first-ever restaurant in Asia at Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons in Pasig City.
In the case of Broadcast Worldwide Ltd ( BWW), which operates three satellite channels, including Tara Musik and TV South Asia, the investigation reveals that Saradha Group agreed to acquire 75.68 per cent shares in the company for as much as ` 28 crore despite the fact that BWW had a negative net worth of (-) ` 12.2 crore Similarly, in the case of GNN, a TV broadcaster, the SFIO report states that there was no justification for investing an amount of ` 42.5 crore in a TV channel which was yet to acquire fixed assets and the consideration amount was fixed only on the basis of the licence issued to the company.
Big White Wall (BWW) are providing free, anonymous online support for people to share what's on their mind without fear of stigma.
John Passion (BWW 245): A Theological Commentary: With a New Study Translation by Katherine Firth