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DWUDakota Wesleyan University (Mitchell, SD, USA)
DWUDivine Word University (Madang, Papua New Guinea)
DWUDallas Water Utilities (Texas)
DWUDomestic Workers United (New York, NY)
DWUDislocated Worker Unit (various states)
DWUDairy Workers Union (New Zealand)
DWUDeaf Women United, Inc
DWUDiesel Workers Union (Columbus, IN)
DWUDongduk Women's University (South Korea)
DWUDrinking Water Unit (various nations)
DWUDynamic Workload Utility (Hewlett-Packard Development Company)
DWUDon't Wait Up
DWUDesert Wildlife Unlimited, Inc. (est. 1979; Brawley, CA)
DWUDigital Wideband Unit
DWUDealing with Users (website)
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Social media giants should be made to show greater responsibility in dealing with users who abuse and threaten others.
Anyone who suggests a different way of dealing with users apart from criminalising them is treated with contempt.
One may wonder, then, whether the expertise of those dealing with users is the most appropriate to this activity, and whether capacity building of an equivalent to "family doctors" in medicine should be encouraged.
In its comments on the cost-benefit analysis for using the direct-method cash flow statement, CCR indicated: "In our experience dealing with users of financial statements, any incremental benefit of a direct-method cash flow statement would be greatly outweighed by the associated cost to the shareholders."
Moreover, as editor of this journal, I am continually aware of the contrast between papers that evaluate interventions to meet needs, almost as if the action occurs in a vacuum, and those that emphasise the reality of dealing with users who are anxious, confused and angry and occasionally feckless, in situations exacerbated by scarce resources and public scrutiny.
Mr German said he wants "ruthless" action against drug dealers but has called for a new approach to dealing with users.
As details emerge of how the Government's reclassification of cannabis policy will be policed, involving a ``three strikes and out'' tactic for dealing with users, North Wales Chief Constable Richard Brunstrom says he finds the law as it stands illogical.