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AcronymDefinition
EWEntertainment Weekly
EWEugene Weekly (Eugene, OR newspaper)
EWElectronic Warfare
EWEither Way
EWEast-West
EWEndless Waltz (gaming)
EWEarly Warning
EWExtended Warranty (various companies)
EWElijah Wood (actor)
EWEngland and Wales
EWEyewitness
EWElectrolyzed Water
EWElliott Wave
EWEau Claire (ammunition headstamp)
EWExtinct in the Wild (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species category)
EWEarwolf (comedy podcast website)
EWEach Way
EWEurowings (IATA airline code)
EWEmpty Weight
EWEmergency Worker (various organizations)
EWElectric Windows
EWEquivalent Width
EWEquivalent Weight
EWEligibility Worker (public assistance)
EWEmergency Ward
EWEbaum's World (website)
EWEvanescent Wave
EWElectric Wall
EWEdinger-Westphal Nucleus (also seen as E-W)
EWEast Wenatchee (Washington)
EWEngine Wear
EWElectronic Warfare Technician (USN Rating)
EWElectronic Wallet
EWEyeWire (magazine)
EWExawatt (10^18 Watts)
EWExtended-Wear Contact Lens
EWEpidemiological Week (illness survey)
EWEternal Wrath (Everquest guild)
EWElderly Waiver Program (Saint Paul, MN)
EWEastern Wastes (Everquest)
EWEarnings Whispers
EWEesti Wabariik (Republic of Estonia)
EWEternal Wannabe
EWExtravagant Worship (book)
EWExtraordinary Wave
EWEarth Warp (UK educational children's program)
EWElectowinning
EWExcused Withdrawal (schools)
EWEnlisted Woman/Women
EWExpressive Weaving
EWElectronic World Systems Limited (Hong Kong)
References in periodicals archive ?
Takidze, "Spatial power spectrum of multiple scattered ordinary and extraordinary waves in magnetized plasma with electron density fluctuations, " Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol.
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The result has been an extraordinary wave of patriotism and the old Belfast ground is set to rock at the weekend as it will be filled to near-capacity.
The threat to the popular Fiddle & Bone last autumn generated an extraordinary wave of public support to which The Birmingham Post was pleased to add its voice.
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