BWF

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AcronymDefinition
BWFBadminton World Federation
BWFBroadcast Wave Format
BWFBritish Woodworking Federation (London, UK)
BWFBurroughs Wellcome Fund (est. 1955)
BWFBroadcast WAV Format
BWFBetter World Fund
BWFBusiness Work Flow (software)
BWFBritish Walking Federation
BWFBetter World Foundation
BWFBad Word Filter (software)
BWFBabilonia Wilner Foundation (Manila, Philippines)
BWFBrookwood Forest (School, Mountain Brook, Alabama)
BWFBiological Weighting Function
BWFBand-Wagon Fan
BWFBattered Women's Foundation (North Richland Hills, TX; est. 1995)
BWFBlackwater France (gaming clan)
BWFBackward Facing
BWFBisexual White Female
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As well as achieving CoC accreditation, Hathaway was recently awarded the quality assurance standard ISO 9001, and gained membership of the British Woodworking Federation.
The company has acquired the quality assurance standard ISO 9001 and membership of the British Woodworking Federation, which has made further openings for the business in the property development market.
The British Woodworking Federation (BWF) always advises homebuyers to consider fire doors when investing in a new home.
MAKING YOUR HOME SAFER: The British Woodworking Federation always advises homebuyers to consider fire doors when investing in a new home.
They form the face of a house but windows are not there simply to look good; they also serve vital functions like keeping out the elements and providing security against intruders so it is important to know what to look out for when selecting new windows, ays the British Woodworking Federation (BWF).
Windows that are produced under the British Woodworking Federation (BWF) Timber Window Accreditation Scheme should carry a guarantee offering a minimum period before re-coating is required: eight years for paint and five years for stains.
THE British Woodworking Federation has produced a guide on reducing the effects of water on timber.
A FIRE door that is not fitted using the correct components will not work in the event of a fire, according to the British Woodworking Federation.
More than 50 per cent of developers and architects who participated in a British Woodworking Federation survey know to look for a BWF-certifire Fire Door and Doorset Scheme tamper-evident label before fitting a door.
The British Woodworking Federation, the voice of the country's joinery industry, reports more of its members are manufacturing conservatories.
According to the British Woodworking Federation (BWF), a growing trend is for quality timber doors and window which require minimal maintenance as standard.
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