HWC

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HWCHeavy Whipping Cream (food)
HWCHancock Whitney Corporation (stock symbol)
HWCHomeless World Cup
HWCHospice of Washington County (Maryland)
HWCHardware Commissioning
HWCHardware Counter
HWCHardware Controller
HWCHardware Cursor
HWCHot Water Cylinder
HWCHandle With Care
HWCHistory of Western Civilization (course; various schools)
HWCHostable Web Core
HWCHomework Center (various locations)
HWCHollywood Watch Company (est. 2017)
HWCHazardous Waste Combustor
HWCHeavyweight Champion
HWCHoward City (Amtrak station code; Howard City, MI)
HWCHardware Configuration
HWCHardest Working Collection (Old Spice)
HWCHispanic Women's Corporation
HWCHome Warranty Company
HWCHot, Warm, Cold
HWCHydrogen Water Chemistry
HWCHealth & Wellness Center
HWCHunter Wetlands Centre (Australia)
HWCHouston Wire & Cable Company (est. 1975; Houston, TX)
HWCHazardous Waste Coordinator
HWCHeriot-Watt College (UK)
HWCHarmonized Wage Code
HWCHardy Wine Company Limited (Australia)
HWCHead-Wind Component
HWCHunter Water Commission (Australia)
HWCHassett Willis and Company (consulting firm; Washington, DC)
HWCHot Water Converter
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Coming off a thrilling HWC held last year in Mexico City, 64 teams from 48 countries will be heading to Cardiff later this month.
Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], Nov 27 ( ANI ): The capital city of Odisha is all geared up for the grand opening ceremony of Hockey World Cup (HWC) 2018.
Kent Lusk, vice president of finance and operations at HWC, says that Lopez began his tenure "with great energy."
HWC urged the international human rights and health organizations to intervene urgently and rapidly to stop the assaults on the center and other health institutions, and stop the targeting of doctors and medical personnel by the occupation.
Linda Mazon Gutierrez, President & CEO of HWC added, "In addition to the Scholarship Benefit Luncheon, there is a full, 2-day event featuring the Latina Power Expo, with exhibitors showcasing everything from health & well-being, to career resources, to sustainability.
In 2010, vines in the HWC system produced approximately 1.6 tons per acre more fruit than vines growing in the LVSP system by producing bigger (not more) clusters.
According to the HWC's "Bike Wichita," cycling is fun, healthy, and smart.
The Allianz Global Wealth Report splits the subject countries into three wealth classes: high wealth countries (HWC) with average net per capita assets exceeding EUR 26,800; middle wealth countries (MWC) at between EUR 4,500 and EUR 26,800; and low wealth countries (LWC) at less than EUR 4,500.
The Program in Writing and Rhetoric (PWR) at Stanford, a program within Stanford Introductory Studies (SIS) in the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE), seeks a senior staff member to manage and direct the Hume Writing Center (HWC) and serve as Associate Director of Stanford Introductory Studies.
He is the Finance and Administration Manager for the Health Work Committees (HWC, at www.hwc-pal.org), one of the largest community health service providers in the occupied Palestinian territory.
The Homeless World Cup (HWC) was established in 2003 as an international soccer event.