OTW

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OTWOver the Weekend (blog)
OTWOut of This World (various organizations)
OTWOtherwise
OTWOf The World (online TV network)
OTWOff The Wall
OTWOn the Way
OTWOn The Web
OTWOpen the Web (software)
OTWOver the World
OTWOn The Water (rowing term for the start of a session)
OTWOn the Whole
OTWOver-The-Wire
OTWOut the Window (display/graphics)
OTWOff-Track Wagering
OTWOver The Wall
OTWOrganization for Transformative Works
OTWOutside the Wire
OTWOvertime Win (hockey)
OTWOne Time Watch (movies)
OTWOne to Watch
OTWOld Time Wrestling
OTWOver the Water
OTWOff the Wagon
OTWOther Than War
OTWOn the Wagon (alcohol abstinence)
OTWOne True Way
OTWOff To War
OTWOf The Whale (gaming, World of Warcraft)
OTWOceanic Time Warner (Hawaii cable TV)
OTWOldham Theatre Workshop (UK)
OTWOrder to Withhold (California Franchise Tax Board)
OTWOne Train Working
OTWOne-Time Waiver
OTWOrlando Tech Works, LLC (Orlando, Florida)
OTWOudtestamentisch Werkgezelschap in Nederland en België (Old Testament study society)
OTWOptimal Transmit Weight
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I SEE we're rushing off to war again to aid yet another oppressed nation in the name of freedom and democracy.
When the old man goes off to war and never returns, Tiana is forced to make her own way in the world, dreaming of the day she might open her own restaurant and serve up her father's signature dish.
The older woman tells Diana she is an angel and begins to relay a story about a young soldier during World War II, a man with great promise who went off to war and returned injured and cynical.
"Love You More Than You Know: 45 Powerful, Personal Tales of Love, Faith, and Courage" is a collection of stories from mothers who have faced with nerve-wracking event of sending their children off to war, with no certainty of their safe return.
ELLIS, Deborah Off to War. Soldiers' Children Speak Allen & Unwin, 2009 175pp $16.95 pbk ISBN 9781741756791 SCIS 1399490
Troops sail off to war on a commandeered yacht; a soldier shooting while dodging enemy fire looks as if he's dancing a waltz; tanks roll into battle as pop songs blare on the radio.
Seventeen-year-old Esther Evans, working as a barmaid, is pursued by a village boy off to war and by a handsome English worker who uses her innocence to entrap her.
"The loving mother or father who went off to war returns different than before," said National Adjutant Arthur H.
Andrew Evans sent three sons off to war from his homestead on the Ohio River.
Many thousands of Muslims, whose fathers and grandfathers served in both wars do not need Dan's advice in amalgamation as it was not a test that faced their parents when going off to war.
Many never saw them again after they marched off to war.
Joan of Arc unknowingly accepted the mantle of fashion icon in 1429 when she rode off to war disguised as a man.