PAW

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AcronymDefinition
PAWPets Are Wonderful
PAWPets Are Welcome
PAWParents Are Watching
PAWPrinceton Alumni Weekly (Princeton University)
PAWPost Apocalyptic World
PAWPlasma Arc Welding
PAWPeople for Animal Welfare
PAWPredictive Analytics World (conference)
PAWPeachtree Accounting for Windows (software)
PAWPride At Work
PAWPort Angeles, Washington (border patrol station)
PAWPeople for the American Way
PAWPortal to Another World (game)
PAWPentecostal Assemblies of the World
PAWPartnership for Animal Welfare
PAWProtecting Animal Welfare (various locations)
PAWPartnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime (UK)
PAWPhysics Analysis Workstation
PAWPetroleum Association of Wyoming
PAWProdigious Accumulators of Wealth
PAWPerformance Automotive Warehouse
PAWProfile Available Water (soil capacity)
PAWPassive Attack Weapon
PAWPDA Animated Weather
PAWPersonal Area Wireless
PAWPost Acute Withdrawal
PAWPosition Adjustable Workbench (robotics)
PAWPerformance Assessment Workshop (Leader's Institute)
PAWProud Army Wife
PAWPosterior Abdominal Wall
PAWPompous Ass Word
PAWPetalumans Against War (Petaluma, CA)
PAWPerformance Appraisal Worksheet
PAWProject Assessment Worksheet (Michigan)
PAWPint After Work
PAWPublic Affairs Workstation
PAWPermutation with Any Wavelength
PAWProvisional Airlift Wing
PAWPrimary Application Window
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BRIGITTA VAN RHEINBERG: Whitney Darrow, who was the business manager of Princeton Alumni Weekly and a Princeton grad, had the idea of establishing a press--mainly a printing press, though he probably also saw the need for a publishing company that would issue scholarly books.
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The Princeton Alumni Weekly aptly characterized him as having an anthropologist's sensitivity, although studying presidents rather than Samoans.
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