HBW

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AcronymDefinition
HBWHigh Bandwidth
HBWHalf Bandwidth
HBWHandbook of the Birds of the World
HBWHebrew
HBWHome Buyers Warranty
HBWHealth/Beauty/Wellness
HBWHis Beloved Wife (monument inscription)
HBWHigh-Bay Warehouse
HBWHot Bridge Wire (resistance wire)
HBWHardcore Backyard Wrestling
HBWHalf-Band Width
HBWHappy Bokeh Wednesday (Flickr slang)
HBWHobowars (game)
HBWHorizontal Beam Width
HBWHardness Brinell Tungsten Carbide Ball Indenter
References in classic literature ?
I am Haidee, the daughter of Ali Tepelini, pasha of Yanina, and of Vasiliki, his beloved wife.
Nevertheless, it was not easy, with the face of his beloved wife fresh before him, to compose his mind to what it must bear.
He spent his days working in the garden, and his nights thinking of and sighing for his beloved wife.
It is with great sadness that Mr Frank Lidyard wishes to announce the passing of his beloved wife Sheila.
LUNE Stanley John Passed away peacefully at home on 26th April 2015, sadly missed by his Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, reunited with his beloved Wife Ruth.
A TOUCHING love note written by a mystery widower has been left at a bus stop where he said he met his beloved wife 64 years ago.
Paul will be laid to rest alongside his beloved wife during a private ceremony at Massachusetts Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Winchendon, MA.
Alfred (Alfie), joined his beloved wife Anna on July 4th 2012, missed by his son Chris and all his friends.
Even more frightening to him than the abridgement of civil rights in the name of fighting terror, Rumpole must deal with the fact that his beloved wife has started writing her memoirs, to parts of which the reader is made privy in these pages.
The ninth novel of former journalist Robert Gover, On The Run With Dick and Jane is the story of a truly unlikely couple--Jane, a twelve-year-old stowaway girl fleeing an overseas sex slavery operation, and Dick, a sixty-three year-old man grieving the death of his beloved wife and struggling with mounting medical bills.
Worm In The Bud by June Duncan Owen is an engaging tale a man called Lewis, and his peculiar despondence from his beloved wife and family upon approach of their wedding anniversary.
Under the pressure of trying to survive, he watches his beloved wife starve even while he continues to have affairs.