GWO

(redirected from Good Working Order)
AcronymDefinition
GWOGood Working Order
GWOGoogle Website Optimizer
GWOGod's World Order
GWOGuerrilla World Order (band)
GWOGhetto Wrestling Organization
GWOGeneral Watch Officer
GWOGinninderra Wind Orchestra (Canberra, Australia)
GWOGravel Watch Ontario
GWOGlobal Web Operation (Intel)
GWOGateway Wrestling Organization
References in classic literature ?
While this was being done Tip mended the wooden limbs of Jack Pumpkinhead and made them stronger than before, and the Saw-Horse was also inspected to see if he was in good working order.
The Tin Woodman lay down on his bed from force of habit, for he remembered when he was made of flesh; but not being able to sleep, he passed the night moving his joints up and down to make sure they kept in good working order.
Superintendent, with his military voice still in good working order.
His manners were pleasantly marked by the formal grace and refinement of the old school of politeness, quickened by the invigorating sharpness and readiness of a man whose business in life obliges him always to keep his faculties in good working order.
Our new acquaintance advanced now from the mantelpiece with his pipe in good working order.
By ensuring vehicles are in good working order, slowing down if it's wet or foggy, and considering other motorists, pedestrians and cyclists drivers can make a real difference in helping to reduce road casualties.
As the weather turns colder they should also ensure their screen wash is topped up and wipers are in good working order.
It is also advisable to make sure any gardening equipment you plan to use is in good working order.
They are going to change the wording on their website so that it says, "This ammunition is loaded to high velocities and should only be used in firearms in good working order.
Keeping this political safety valve in good working order could be worth the risk of letting a thousand or even ten thousand flowers of political expression bloom.
Let's hope the RA's lightning rods are in good working order.