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MWMiracle Whip (salad dressing)
MWMine Warfare
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MWMissile Wing (US DoD)
MWMace Windu (Star Wars character)
MWMontgomery Wards (mail order department store)
MWMichigan Wolverines
MWMegaworks
MWMeatwad (cartoon character)
MWManway
MWMouth Wash
MWMilgard Windows
MWManual Windows (automotive)
MWModulation Wheel (music synthesizer)
MWMaintenance of Way (railroad)
MWMejuffrouw (Dutch: Miss)
MWMedium Well
MWMissile Warning System
MWMagnetic Wall
MWMiddle Welsh
MWMark Willis (country music artist)
MWMedical Wing
MWMounted Warrior
MWModerate Weathering
MWMachine Wars (Transformers comic)
MWMaximum Window
MWMaster Warrant
MWMetro Warriors (fantasy football league)
MWMyth-Weavers (online roleplaying website)
MWMen's Washroom
MWMultipurpose Weapon
MWMennonite Women USA (Newton, KS)
MWMatching Week (UK adoption procedures)
MWMiddle Woman
MWMaine Woodsman
MWMetropolitan Winds (Dallas, TX)
MWMoogle War
MWMeridian Winds (UK)
MWMega Wedge
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MWModified Wire-Wrap
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A spokesperson of Montenegro's government said that the proposed law would apply even to the foreigners, apart from others, when they are present during the anthem's performance.
Chervenyakov said that Montenegro could join the European Union before 2025, adding that as a leader in the integration process, the country must show even greater progress in the rule of law and media freedom.
It was raised, frankly, because of Montenegro's enthusiastic entry into NATO just a year ago, which irked President Trump, with his clear hatred of NATO and especially its Article 5, which says that an attack on one of the 28 members is an attack on all.
"Montenegro is an upper middle-income country with enormous growth potential, aspiring to join the EU by 2020," says Dragana Varezic, spokesperson of the World Bank office in the capital Podgorica, adding that the country's GDP growth forecast is close to 3 per cent annually up to 2019.
The national team ranked first with 7 pts, ahead of Estonia and Montenegro (5 pts), and Chinese Taipei.
Before the vote, Djukanovic said Russia was financing the opposition in order to derail Montenegro's imminent NATO membership.
The relationship between the United States and Montenegro has promoted peace and prosperity in the region and around the world.
"Montenegro has come a long way on its path to join the Euro-Atlantic family," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday.
In the presence of a large number of high-ranking officials, dignitaries and diplomats, the ribbon cutting ceremony honours were undertaken by His Excellency Milo Djukanovic, Prime Minister of Montenegro, Her Excellency Hafsa Al Ulama, UAE Ambassador to Montenegro, His Excellency AbdulHamid Saeed, Chairman of Capital Investment, and Jassim Alseddiqi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Financial Group.
In the presence of a large number of high-ranking officials, dignitaries and diplomats, the ribbon cutting ceremony honours were undertaken by Milo Djukanovic, prime minister of Montenegro; Hafsa Al Ulama, UAE Ambassador to Montenegro; AbdulHamid Saeed, chairman of Capital Investment; and Jassim Alseddiqi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Financial Group.