PAWS

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AcronymDefinition
PAWSProgressive Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPerforming Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPhiladelphia Animal Welfare Society (Pennsylvania)
PAWSPets Are Wonderful Support
PAWSPeople for Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPraise and Worship Service
PAWSPhilippine Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPanther Access to Web Services
PAWSProtection Against Wrapping Sequence
PAWSPets Are Worth Saving
PAWSPanhandle Animal Welfare Society (Florida)
PAWSPhased Array Warning System
PAWSPet Animal Welfare Statute
PAWSPlanted Ancient Woodland Site (UK)
PAWSPlantation on Ancient Woodland Site (ecology)
PAWSPost Acute Withdrawal Syndrome
PAWSPublic Awareness of Science
PAWSProficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students
PAWSPartners Advancing West Islip Students (West Islip, NY)
PAWSProcesses with Adaptive Web Services
PAWSPreservation of Animal Welfare and Safety
PAWSProtect Against Wrapped Sequence Numbers
PAWSPetroleum and Water Systems
PAWSProtecting Animal Welfare Society
PAWSPromoting Awesome Watershed Stewardship
PAWSParallel Assessment Window System
PAWSProfessional ATLAS (Abbreviated Test Language for All Systems) Work Station (TYX Corporation; defense industry)
PAWSPuppies Achieving Worthy Service
PAWSPassive Airborne Warning System
PAWSPets and Animals Welfare Society
PAWSPets As Willing Servants
PAWSPan Am World Services
PAWSPsychological Abuse Warriors and Survivors
PAWSPennsylvania Animal and Wildlife Service
PAWSPullman Against Wal-Mart Supercenter
PAWSParents Assisting with Students (mentoring program)
PAWSPeoples Alliance for Wildlife Survival, Inc.
PAWSPhone and Web Services (University of California, Riverside)
PAWSPolar Automatic Weather Station
PAWSPortable Analyst Workstation
PAWSPut A Web Server
PAWSPortable ASAS/ENSCE Workstation
PAWSPeople Are Winners at School (Greendale Middle School, Greendale, WI)
References in periodicals archive ?
Chosen sites were of similar woodland habitats--ancient semi-natural woodlands (ASNW) or planted ancient woodland sites (PAWS), where evidence remains of former ancient woodland vegetation (Goldberg et al.
Unlike England, Wales has not yet adopted a comprehensive, top-level policy on restoring its planted ancient woodland sites.
He added, 'The Assembly now has the opportunity to restore these planted ancient woodland sites as in many cases the initial crop is due to reach maturity over the next few years.'
Not replant 'planted ancient woodland sites' with non-native species;
With help from the European Union through the National Assembly, Coed Cadw is showing the way forward by restoring seven of its own planted ancient woodland sites to their former broadleaved glory, but more restoration work is necessary.