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AcronymDefinition
NOWNational Organization for Women
NOWNight of Worship
NOWNightmares on Wax
NOWNo Other Way
NOWNational Orchestra of Wales (UK)
NOWNetwork Of Workstations
NOWNew Original Works
NOWNo Opportunity Wasted
NOWNegotiable Order of Withdrawal
NOWNetwork of the World (website)
NOWNeighbors on Watch (various locations)
NOWNew Opportunities for Women
NOWNetApp on the Web
NOWNetwork On Wheels (ADC Telecommunications - GSM)
NOWNotice of Work
NOWNews of Washington
NOWNorth Water Polynya Study (IAPP)
NOWNonhazardous Oilfield Waste
NOWNever Open Wide
NOWNorthamptonshire Orchestral Winds (UK)
NOWNewcomer Opportunities for Work Experience (Toronto, Canada)
NOWNetwork-grade Optical Wireless (Triton Network Systems)
NOWNavy Orderwire
NOWNOSC Wideband (antenna)
NOWNetExpert Object Workspace (OSI)
NOWNew Ordinances on the Web (published city laws)
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It is affiliated with the National Organization for Women.
* When word came that Representative Patsy Takemoto Mink of Hawaii had died at age 74, National Organization for Women president Kim Gandy declared, "Every woman today who is enjoying the fruits of her education and job opportunities, and every girl who has a chance to play sports in school, owes a nod of thanks to Mink." That was not hyperbole.
Kim Gandy, president of the National Organization for Women, said it is an outrage to suggest that marriage is the path to economic stability for poor women.
To do so, they launched the National Organization for Women (NOW) in 1966 and demanded legal equality.
The decision comes during a 15-year litigation battle between the National Organization for Women (NOW) and antiabortion groups, including the Pro-Life Action League and Operation Rescue.
As it happened, the National Organization for Women took over the Washington march and considerably narrowed its focus.
From an exchange of letters last fall between Galen Sherwin, president of the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), and Ingrid Newkirk, president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
The National Organization for Women, the largest and most important feminist organization in the country, has expanded its definition of reproductive rights to include choices in childbirth.
Another boy joined his high school chapter of NOW (the National Organization for Women).
Some of the groups represented will be the American Indian Movement, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, United Farm Workers, Christian Coalition, National Organization for Women, Eagle Forum, Republican Party, and Democratic Party.
For over thirty years, members of the National Organization for Women have worked to inform the public, advocate for legislative and policy reform to end sex discrimination, and organize women and men to become active in the fight for social justice.
A national organization for women in home furnishings launched last week has already received the endorsement of three suppliers during the International Home Furnishings Market here.
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