HSW

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AcronymDefinition
HSWHow Stuff Works (educational website)
HSWHow Stuff Works (information website)
HSWHome Support Worker (healthcare; various organizations)
HSWHuman Service Worker (various locations)
HSWHousehold Service Worker (various locations)
HSWHealth, Safety and Welfare (OSHA)
HSWHealth-Sector Wide (priority setting model)
HSWHealth Solutions Wales (IT, telecommunications and consultancy services to the NHS in Wales)
HSWHad Sex With
HSWHistorical Society of Washington (District of Columbia)
HSWHuman Systems Wing (USAF)
HSWHoward Scott Warshaw (game designer)
HSWHilton Sales Worldwide (hotels; various locations)
HSWHeavy Steep Water
HSWHome Service Worker
HSWHolevo-Schumacher-Westmoreland (information theory)
HSWHarvard-Stanford-Wharton (top business schools)
HSWHeat Sink Welding
HSWHalf Sine Wave
HSWHealth and Safety Works Ltd (UK)
HSWHelena Southwestern Railroad Company
HSWHall Security Worker
HSWHealth and Safety at Work Act of 1974
HSWHorizontal Sliding Wedge (artillery breechblock)
HSWHardware - Software - Wireless, Inc.
HSWHorse Show for Windows (FunnWare Development software)
HSWHappy Social Worker
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Besides Moorland-Spingarn, contributors include the District of Columbia archives, the Historical Society of Washington, D.
Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries" was developed and produced by the National Library of Medicine, with research assistance from The Historical Society of Washington, D.
A few months after buying Riggs, PNC hired Marybeth Corrigan, former curator of the Historical Society of Washington, to sift through 1,200 ledger books, some weighing as much as 40 pounds and dating to 1803.
The house was the home of the Historical Society of Washington from 1956 until 2003.
In celebration of National Transportation Week and to honor all transportation professionals, the Washington DC Chapter held a National Transportation Day black tie evening reception on May 18, 2004 at the Historical Society of Washington DC and City Museum.
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