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PWIPro Wrestling Illustrated (magazine)
PWIPro Wrestling Iron
PWIPerfusion-Weighted Imaging (application of magnetic resonance imaging)
PWIProjects with Industry
PWIPenson Worldwide, Inc. (various locations)
PWIPermanent Way Institution
PWIProduced Water Injection (oilfield technology)
PWIPerfect World International (gaming)
PWIPacific WebWorks, Inc. (Salt Lake City, UT)
PWIPartnerships with Industry (San Diego, CA)
PWIParenting with Intention
PWIPanhandle Windstorm Inspections (Tallahassee, FL)
PWIPosting While Intoxicated
PWIPredominantly-White Institution
PWIPublic Windows Interface
PWIPublic Waters Inventory
PWIPiedmont Wilderness Institute (South Carolina)
PWIPure Worldwide Internet
PWIProximity Warning Indicator (aviation)
PWIPower Indication
PWIPeople Web International (est. 2009)
PWIPicasa Webalbum Integrator (web tool)
PWIPacific Wellness Institute (Toronto, ON, Canada)
PWIPrimarily White Institution
PWIPolar Plasma Wave Investigation
PWIEO Paton Electric Welding Institute (Kiev, Ukraine)
PWIProcessWise Integrator
PWIPotable Water Intake
PWIProcess Work Instruction
PWIPilot Warning Indicator
PWIPlutonium Waste Incinerator (SRS)
PWIProWrestling Insider
PWIPaid When Incurred
PWIPulse-Width Inspection
PWIProduct Waste Indicator
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We have suspended a PWI (Permanent Way Inspector)," he added.
I tested the initial version of Celestron PWI, but an update with additional features is in the works and should be available soon after this review is published.
Faculty contact of being supportive and showing interest was found to be particularly important by researcher Douglas Guiffrida for African-American students studying at a PWI. Students perceived these White or Black faculty members as helpful and as someone who cared about their future.
PWI, Inc., founded in 1963 is a worldwide leader in aviation lighting.
One of the unsolved problems of research with PWI in the adolescent population is that the share of explained variance is generally smaller than in a sample of adults in the same sociocultural context, which suggests that other dimensions should be included in the adolescent population scale in order to increase its explanatory power (Casas et al., 2012b).
KKR defeated PWI in their previous encounter this season.
The introduction of new modalities in MRI, such as diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI), perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI), MR spectroscopy (MRS) and, more recently, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and functional MRI (fMRI), has significantly improved the possibilities of better characterisation of brain tumours.
Before perfusion weighted imaging (PWI), axial T2-wighted fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) imaging (TR/TE=8,000/93ms, TI=2,371ms, matrix=512x256, field of view=220x200mm) was performed with 5 mm contiguous slices.
Especially for African American students, that decision includes whether or not to attend a historically black university (HBCU) or predominantly white institution (PWI).