PWD

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AcronymDefinition
PWDPassword
PWDPublic Works Department
PWDPortuguese Water Dog (breed)
PWDPrint Working Directory (Unix command)
PWDPine Wilt Disease (agriculture)
PWDPresent Working Directory
PWDPhiladelphia Water Department (Pennsylvania)
PWDPeople with Disability (Australia)
PWDPrevailing Wage Determination
PWDPrint Working Directory
PWDPocket Word
PWDPlywood (architectural)
PWDPerson with a Disability
PWDPsychological Warfare Division (US and UK)
PWDPressure while Drilling (various companies)
PWDParkway Drive (band)
PWDPocket Word (Microsoft)
PWDProfessional and Workforce Development (various schools)
PWDPeople with Diabetes
PWDPine Wood Derby
PWDPost Workout Drink (nutrition)
PWDPermanently Withdrawn (education; UK)
PWDProgram Word
PWDPremises Wire Distribution Room (computer networking)
PWDPee Wee Division (gaming clan)
PWDProcurement Work Directive
PWDPostweaning Diarrhea (swine medicine)
PWDPiecewise Deterministic
PWDPure Word Deafness
PWDPregnant Workers Directive (EU)
PWDPerformer with a Disability
PWDPerson Workfile Definition
PWDPulse Width Discrimination
PWDProximity Warning Device
PWDPonding Water Depth
PWDProgram Work Directive
PWDPace Ware Database
PWDPrinted Wiring Diagram
PWDProgrammable Warhead Detonation
PWDPlanar Waveguide Devices
PWDPalm Wine Drinker
PWDPink, warm, and dry (skin assessment)
References in periodicals archive ?
The villi in pigs with postweaning diarrhea and mortality were significantly shorter than in pigs of those herds without deaths [17].
Escherichia coli in postweaning diarrhea in pigs: an update on bacterial types, pathogenesis, and prevention strategies.
Prevalence of the Paa gene (porcine attaching and effacing associated) in porcine enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (PEPEC) associated with postweaning diarrhea in south Brazil.
Association between the porcine Escherichia coli F18 receptor genotype and phenotype and suecetibility to colonidation and postweaning diarrhea caused by E.
Designations F18ab and F18ac for related fimbria types F107 2134P and 8813 of Escherichia coli from porcine postweaning diarrhea and from oedema disease.