DWAN

AcronymDefinition
DWANDepartment Wide Area Network
DWANDefence Wide Area Network
DWANDifferentiated Wireless Access Network
DWANDistributed Wide Area Network
DWANDefence Wide Area Network (Department of National Defence; Canada)
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While Lynskey's book is superficial and slapdash, David Dwan's is ponderous and plodding.
Traditional arms-control arrangements were also being eroded by the emergence of new types of war, with an increasing prevalence of armed groups and private sector forces and new technologies that blurred the line between offence and defence, Dwan added.
Triathletes Dwan Abantao, Omar Paredes, Laarni Paredes, Ronald Molit, Ines Santiago and team captain Julian Valencia pose for posterity after being presented to don the banners of team Herbalife in the 2nd Alveo Ironman 70.3 this weekend.
EACH-WAY STEAL Barney Dwan could have gone for the Ultima but Fergal O'Brien's charge was dropped two pounds despite winning at Musselburgh last time out to ensure a run in the concluding 0-145 Close Brothers Novice' Handicap Chase.
And knowing that fills me with a hope that makes saying goodbye to someone like Mary Dwan just a little bit easier.
In keeping with a national theme, the trajectory of the Dwan Gallery spans both coasts, beginning in Los Angeles, where she first occupied a modest storefront in Westwood Village in 1959.
Madison County District Attorney Michael Guest announced at a news conference Thursday that authorities plan to charge Byron McBride, D'Allen Washington and Dwan Wakefield in the death of the child.
Dwan Vilcins is a bachelor-qualified naturopath and nutritionist.
BARNEY DWAN (Fergal O'Brien) BARNEY Dwan was a useful hurdler and if not a last-fence blunder in the three-mile novices' chase at Kempton, he would have made a winning start over larger obstacles.
Troublemakers includes rare footage as well as interviews with Smithson, Heizer, Nancy Holt, Dennis Oppenheim, Carl Andre, Virginia Dwan, Charles Ross, and more.
Please send all inquires to dwan.lightfoot@hilton.com.
His topics include escape and the futility of it in Raoul Walsh's Pursued, and Colorado Territory, painting the western black in Robert Wise's Blood on the Moon, Gregory Peck's noir-ish heroes in Henry King's The Gunfighter and The Bravados, evil poses as the law in Allan Dwan's Silver Lode, horror and absurdity ride together in Budd Boetticher's The Tall T and Ride Lonesome, and noir is busting out all over in John Ford's The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.