IWSA

AcronymDefinition
IWSAInterscan Web Security Appliance
IWSAIntegrated Waste Services Association
IWSAInternational Water Supply Association
IWSAInterScan Web Security Appliance (Trend Micro Incorporated)
IWSAInternational Water Services Association (now International Water Association)
IWSAIrish Water Safety Association (est. 1945; Galway, Ireland)
IWSAInternational Winter Swimming Association
IWSAIn-Warranty Support Agreement (Trane)
IWSAIndependent Washroom Services Association (UK)
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We are delighted to welcome the Louis Dreyfus Armateurs group to the IWSA, LDA are a major player in the shipping industry with over 165 years experience and a really forward-thinking approach to decarbonisation.
The communication between the farmer, Adla Iwsa, and her farm, is therefor challenged because of the occupation.
IWSA members keenly participated in Under 10 to 16 Plus categories.
She appreciated the young swimmers and congratulated IWSA for organizing such a successful event.
IWSA Standard v3.1 Model-500 (supports up to 500-User) is priced at GBP5.850,00 (ex.
"El IWSA se dirige a dos principales mercados: el medio y el empresarial, a los cuales atiende nuestro canal de distribucion.
Fifty years later Street recalled, 'I enjoyed myself tremendously and made many life-long friends', among them IWSA leader Chapman Catt.
In July 1911, International Woman Suffrage Alliance President Carrie Chapman Catt and Dutch feminist Aletta Jacobs took off on a trip around the globe to bring more women into the IWSA fold.
Formed in 1991 to promote integrated solutions to municipal solid waste management problems, the Integrated Waste Service Association (IWSA) represents more than 60 modern waste-to-energy facilities around the U.S.
Such questions we instead referred to a private organization called the Integrated Waste Services Association, or IWSA. Who is IWSA?
FAMILIES heading for Ireland's beaches this bank holiday weekend have received a stern warning from the Irish Water Safety Association (IWSA).
The International Council of Women (ICW), the most vaguely defined group, came together in 1888 and welcomed all women's organizations with whatever purposes, bringing in a huge number of members but forestalling commitment to controversial goals.(9) The International Woman Suffrage Alliance (IWSA), later known as the International Alliance of Women (IAW), split off from the ICW in 1904 in order to take a position in favor of suffrage and remained a strongly