OWI


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AcronymDefinition
OWIOperating While Intoxicated (Indiana term for drunk driving)
OWIOrdnungswidrigkeit (Germany non-criminal regulatory offence)
OWIOld World Industries (chemical producer; Northbrook, IL)
OWIOffice of War Information (USA-WWII)
OWIOracle Wait Interface
OWIOperating While Impaired (drunk driving charge)
OWIOne Wire Interface (digital communications)
OWIOpen Water Instructor
OWIOffice Work Instruction (NASA)
OWIOffice of Waste Isolation
OWIOneWorld International (humanitarian network)
OWIOptimum Working Interest
OWIOddworld Inhabitants Inc. (video game developer)
OWIOptimal Wage Indexation
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Despite the lack of OWT-specific information in writing center-specific manuals and journals, work in OWI more broadly does exist, and this scholarship could be used as a foundation for OWT-specific conversations and resources.
Propagandizing among ethnic minorities was of genuine concern to Olson and the OWI, because Olson's responsibilities in the Foreign Language Division included monitoring pro-and anti-fascist ideology in foreign-language newspapers published across the US.
Before teaching in eComp, a GTA must have passed the teaching assistant practicum and taught successfully for at least one semester in the f2f classroom, in accordance with OWI Principle 7.
(15.) The United States Office of Wartime Information (OWI) Radio Bureau was established as the central government organization to broadcast programming and messaging by various government agencies.
owi ng deci si ons on November 30: Stefan Rychter (32), Trinity Street, Huddersfield.
Murphy and Nesci present a practical guide for lawyers who are defending clients against charges of operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol (OWI) in Iowa.
"One thing that kept coming up over and over was, 'Joe Smith Arrested for Eighth OWI,' and a week later, another paper would say someone was arrested for his sixth offense," said Ferak.
Mining this rich archive, especially the Office of War Information (OWI), the author makes clear that Rosie the Riveter was but one among many thousands of images artists conjured up to ease the transition from a primarily male peacetime labor force to a wartime economy increasingly dependent upon women factory workers.
In its 2011 report, the CCCC Committee on Best Practice in Online Writing Instruction (OWI) states that it "takes no position on the oft-asked question of whether OWI should be used and practiced in postsecondary settings because it accepts the reality that currently OWI is used and practiced in such settings" (Hewett et al.
The Office of War Information (OWI) had jurisdiction over both foreign and domestic information campaigns, but was it their prerogative to construct the message, or merely to present it?
Visitors will be able to TICKET pick up fruit and veg seeds to start off their own edible gardens and there will be a range of g r owi ng equipment and tools specially designed to make the most of smaller urban spaces.
OWI's Super Solar Race Car Kit ($10.95, www.owirobot.com) is extremely easy to assemble and appropriate for kids over three.