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GWGlobal Warming
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GWGuild Wars (video game)
GWGoodwill
GWGreat Wall (Asian automobile manufacturer)
GWGood Work
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GWGround Water
GWGuerrilla Warfare
GWGravitational Wave
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GWGuess What?
GWGreat White (Shark)
GWGundam Wing (game)
GWGardner-Webb (University)
GWGulf War
GWGolden Week (holiday period in Japan)
GWGroupWise (Novell)
GWGebrauchtwagen (used Car)
GWGrondwet (Dutch)
GWGravity Wave
GWGround Wire
GWGrain Weight
GWGod Willing
GWGeorge Washington Bridge (between New York, NY and Fort Lee, New Jersey; above Hudson River)
GWGreat Weapon (gaming term)
GWGlobal Witness
GWGee Whiz
GWGuided Weapon
GWGestation Weeks (fetal development)
GWGenital Warts
GWGround Wave
GWGaming World
GWGreat Western Bank
GWGetting Wet
GWGewiss (Italian electronics manufacturer)
GWGerard Way (singer)
GWGamewinners (website)
GWGift Wrapping
GWGeorge Wassouf (musician)
GWGlaxoWellcome (pharmaceuticals)
GWGrey Wolf, Inc. (stock symbol)
GWGiga-Watt (10^9 watts)
GWGround Window
GWGeneral Warning
GWGreene-Wood (array)
GWGamma World (roleplaying game)
GWGlobal Warfare (gaming)
GWGeekworks (US and Australia)
GWGaseous Waste
GWGameWinning (Goals; hockey)
GWGhostwalk (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
GWWell Graded Gravels
GWGoblin Workshop (gaming, World of Warcraft)
GWGamers' Workshop (magazine)
GWGoogle Whack
GWGrab Working-Level Sampling
GWGreeley West High School (Greeley, Colorado)
GWGround Wetness
GWGroup of Work (Saudi Arabia)
GWGamer Within (gaming forum)
GWGalanthus Woronowii (flower bulb)
GWGeneric Workstation
GWGEEIA Workload Schedule
GWOne-Particle Green Function (g) with Screened Coulomb Interaction (w)
GWGaming Wizard
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Beard, associate clinical professor of pediatrics at George Washington University; physician director, Children's Pediatricians and Associates, Silver Spring, Md., part of the Children's National Hospital Network, Washington; and an editorial advisory board member of our sister publication, Pediatric News.
* 6.3 million kwh for The George Washington University Hospital Portion of electricity needs expected to be met by the project:
Author affiliation: George Washington University, Washington, DC,
This year's winners are: Sarah Charlton, Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Security Studies, Islamic Civilizations, $12,000; Kathryn Bonnen, Michigan State University Computer Science, $6,625; Paula Koch, George Washington University, Security Policy Studies, $4,000; Kayla Hinrichs, Missouri State University (Army ROTC), Defense and Strategic Studies, $4,000; Charlotte Wygant, George Washington University (Navy ROTC), Middle Eastern Studies, $4,000; Anna Marie Pavy Georgetown University, Biohazardous Threat Agents and Emerging Infectious Diseases, $500.
As part of its continuing network investment to support growing demand for advanced wireless devices and services, AT&T has announced the activation of a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) that will help enhance wireless service for caregivers, patients and visitors at The George Washington University Hospital in downtown D.C., part of Universal Health Services.
Holbrooke, was said to be in critical condition on Saturday after undergoing aortic surgery at the George Washington University Hospital here.
10 September 2010 - Protea Biosciences, a developer of bioanalytical technology, said on Wednesday it has concluded an exclusive, worldwide licence deal with George Washington University for commercial rights to technology providing identification of a broad range of chemicals and biomolecules.
He received his bachelor's degree at George Washington University and his master's degree at the U.S.
An International Human Rights Day event scheduled for Saturday at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., will address the Iranian human rights movement six months after the disputed presidential election.
AMMAN (Star)--Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship last week held a Technology Innovation Workshop attended by senior managers in bio-medicine and healthcare, food and natural products, information and communication technology, logistics and the electronic marketplace.The objectives of the workshop were to learn how to identify problems that people share, devise clever and simple solutions as well as bring the right know-how to problems.It also aimed at collaborating and financing innovation projects, and protecting innovations from competitors.The workshop, organised by the George Washington University Law School's Creative and Innovative Economy Center in cooperation with the QRCE, was administered by Dr David Pensak.
Currently she is pursuing her Master's Degree in Political Management at the George Washington University. Luisa is also executive assistant in Fund Development and Recruitment for the nonprofit organization Give An Hour.
Denett has received many prestigious awards during his federal government career including a Presidential Rank Award; he has a master's degree with emphasis in acquisition from The George Washington University.
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