ILW

AcronymDefinition
ILWIntermediate Level Waste
ILWInternet Learning Workshop
ILWIntegrated Liquid Water
ILWIndustry Loss Warranty
ILWImmigration Lawyers on the Web
ILWIndustrial Light Warehouse (zoning)
ILWInstitute for Land Warfare
ILWInner London Weighting (UK)
ILWInitial Weight
ILWInternational Low Water
ILWInvestment Logic Workshop (Australia)
ILWInternational Linz Weekend
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For instance, in case suitable cat bonds are available for perfectly replicating the respective instrument's cash flows (e.g., an ILW or another cat bond), a unique arbitrage-free price can be derived.
With an index trigger and an ILW structure, that understanding becomes less crucial because you need to understand the reporting agent.
The hulls and end-fittings of the reprocessed fuel are compacted in order to reduce their volume and usually are incorporated into cement and disposed as ILW.
As the storm persists the ILW and LWC are gradually reduced (Figure 5).
Lower ILW in bulls from M16 treatment was determined by younger age at the start of the feedlot period.
Sikorsky announced its supplier team during the Association of the United States Army's ILW Aviation Symposium and Exposition, National Harbor, Md.
Shinseki, "Remarks at the AUSA ILW Army Medical Symposium, San Antonio, TX, July 22, 2009," linked from the U.S.
TalKing about radioactive waste, Mr Stubbs said: "There are no facilities for Intermediate level waste (ILW) in the UK at the moment and the NDA is still looKing." Intermediate waste is above low-level waste on the danger scale.
AUSA's ILW Army Sustainment Symposium & Exhibition