CWWS

AcronymDefinition
CWWSCenter for Water and Watershed Studies
CWWSCoverdell World Wise Schools (Peace Corps program)
CWWSCommunity Wide Web of Stockton (Stockton, CA)
CWWSCoffin World Water Systems (est. 1983; California)
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Her forty-one-page introduction, about twice the length of her longer chapters on plays like Hamlet, comprises sections on "The Stage and the Page," "Biography and Authorship," "the Theater in Renaissance England," "Shakespeare and Culture," and (best of all) "Planet Shakespeare." If there is a story here about CWWS, it is not linear.
As for WSAF, CWWS, and WSCI, the turning point is just where we would expect it to be from the chronological printing of the plays and poems in the Oxford second edition: in 1599.
The trick in achieving this subjectivity effect is deftly to fuse THWS with CWWS without directly appealing to WSAF, all the while casting WSCI as more a magician with words than a recorder of historical events.
One might have supposed that these nine books, commercial products designed for "general readers," would have little to say about the politics of THWS, WSAF, CWWS, or even WSCI.
The genetic variation described in our study should be useful in improving the grain lightness of AC Snowbird, a CWWS cultivar with intermediate grain lightness.
Abbreviations: a-value, Hunterlab redness value; AUS, Australian; b-value, Hunterlab yellowness value; CPS, Canada Prairie Spring; CWRS, Canada Western Red Spring; CWWS, Canada Western White Spring; E, environment; G, genotype; HR, hard red; HW, hard white; KCRF, Kernen Crop Research Farm; L, location; L-value, Hunterlab lightness value; SF, Seed Farm; SW, soft white; Y, year.