LWCS

AcronymDefinition
LWCSLake Worth Christian School (Boynton Beach, FL)
LWCSLimited War Capabilities Study
LWCSLivestock Waste Control Scheme (pollution control; est. 1987; Hong Kong)
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To sign up visitwww.womenscentre.org/walkwith, entry fee covers the cost of this event with the opportunity to buy LWC merchandise and receive a free #WalKWith T-shirt.
And since a lot of 1911 pistolsmiths in the 1970s through the early 1990s accurized by peening the rails for a tighter fit, many pistolsmiths were reluctant to work on LWC pistols.
Colt now has an LWC in the lineup that is available in 9mm and .45 ACP.
Since I had my choice of 1911s to review, I ordered the LWC in 9mm.
The intensity of fog can be characterized by its liquid water content (LWC) and its droplet number concentration [N.sub.D] or by the visibility existing in the area observed during the occurrence of the phenomenon.
As such, the already existing links can, for the most part, observe only relatively heavy fog when its intensity (LWC, ND) is high enough to be sensed by the given system.
Consider a sample of lossy LWCs (sample#1) as shown in Figure 13(a), where its dielectric constant [[epsilon].sub.r] is equal to 7.5 - j1.08 obtained from the dielectric probe measurement [33], which requires a network analyzer.
Consider another sample of lossy LWCs (sample#2), where its dielectric constant er is equal to 4.8 - j0.4 obtained from the dielectric probe measurement [33].
'Outsourcing' is where firms take advantage of both the low-wage costs of the LWCs and modern production techniques - where the process of manufacturing a product can be broken-down into numerous discrete activities - by moving the low-skill-intensive parts of production abroad to the LWCs but continue to carry out the high-skill-intensive activities themselves.
Our method is to estimate econometrically the impact of trade with LWCs on the wage bill share [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] of the less-skilled by using a proxy variable for 'outsourcing' similar to Feenstra and Hanson (1996).
Hence, based on a wide range of experimental data from literature, new models are developed to predict the modulus of elasticity, modulus of rupture, splitting tensile strength and fracture energy, stress-strain curve and the steel-concrete bond behaviour for this type of LWC. The proposed models are compared with the corresponding existing models of LWC with other types of lightweight aggregates and corresponding models of conventional concrete.
Figure 1 shows the sources and types of the lightweight aggregate in LWC.