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ITWIllinois Tool Works (Glenview, IL)
ITWIn The Wild (informatics, antivirus research)
ITWInformation Theory Workshop (IEEE)
ITWInto Thy Word (religion)
ITWInternational Travellers Warranty
ITWInside the Web
ITWIdiopathic Toe Walking (child diagnosis)
ITWIn Touch With
ITWInto the Woods (Stephen Sondheim musical)
ITWInvest to Win
ITWIndex Tuning Wizard (MSSQL Server application)
ITWInvalid Transmission Word
ITWInter-Track Wagering (Florida pari-mutuel wagering)
ITWInstructor Training Workshop
ITWInthewire (internet diary)
ITWInside the Wire
ITWInternal Temporary Worker
ITWIntegrating the World
ITWInternational Travel Warranty
References in classic literature ?
Alone or with other boys he went every afternoon into the woods to gather nuts.
After that he never went into the woods without carrying the sling in his pocket and he spent hours shooting at imaginary animals concealed among the brown leaves in the trees.
It does not matter and anyway we will be going into the woods.
A dozen plans for escape ran through David's head, but when Jesse stopped the horse and climbed over the fence into the wood, he followed.
She and Gerda got in; and then away they drove over the stumps of felled trees, deeper and deeper into the woods.
The bird's duty was to fly daily into the wood and bring in fuel; the mouse fetched the water, and the sausage saw to the cooking.
But I caught her up, and in spite of her struggles, plunged boldly before me into the wood.
And when the King had ridden off she took the little shirts and went into the wood, and the reel showed her the way.
He was galloping round by the bushes while the field was coming up on both sides, all trying to head the wolf, but it vanished into the wood before they could do so.
I got a Hobbit outfit, learned some dialogue from the book and went into the woods with my friend George Huang, who wrote and directed 'Swimming With Sharks,' and he shot it for me.
The burn crew selects a dry day with a light breeze blowing from the prairie up into the woods.