DAWS


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DAWSDigital Audio Workstation
DAWSDanbury Animal Welfare Society (Danbury, CT)
DAWSDefense Automated Warning System
DAWSDigital Advanced Wireless Service
DAWSDefense Automated Workflow System
DAWSDetonation Air Water Shock
DAWSDistributed Automated Weather System
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Daws will be tweeting daily on the YPL Twitter account - @YPLWales - giving youngsters and adults the opportunity to converse with him and take part in an interactive twitter-poem.
Rescue Chocolate founder Sarah Gross said DAWS is just the kind of group her company looks for when trying to decide on a beneficiary for the monthly profits.
"This will only be my ninth fight but, like James DeGale, I want that Lonsdale Belt.'' Coincidentally, Daws defends his title on Mick Hennessy's opposition promotion at Wembley, also on Saturday night.
At first, Daws chose to stay in marketing, joining the Dixons electrical group in Hemel Hempstead.
Daws has lost just once in 23 fights (on a split decision to Barry Morrison in 2007) and has never been outclassed despite consistently facing top opposition.
Daws first won the British title on May 12 2006 outpointing County Durham's Nigel Wright at York Hall.
And, even if he doesn't get a rematch with Daws, the 34-year-old is confident he has done more than enough to show he is worthy of a shot at any of the domestic belts on offer.
Donna Longfellow and Daws explained the domino effect of circumstances that has put the Longfellow family in dire straights.
Lynes has nothing but respect for the way that Morrison did the business on Daws in the English capital at the start of the year.
Mike Daw, aged 68, raced to his pal's aid after hearing his terrified screams but the beast turned on him.
SCOTS scrapper Barry Morrison stunned home favourite Lenny Daws by walking away with the British light-welterweight title in London last night.