RW

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AcronymDefinition
RWRewind
RWRwanda
RWRead-Write
RWRed Wings (Detroit, MI hockey team)
RWReal World
RWRunway
RWRewritable (disk)
RWRight Wing
RWRoad Warrior
RWRobbie Williams (british singer)
RWRussian Woman
RWRoyal Wedding (UK)
RWRed Wine
RWRailWorks (various companies)
RWRace Walking
RWRevolutionary War
RWRotoworld (sports website)
RWRound the World (airfare construction)
RWRight-of-Way (various state and local governments)
RWRed Wedding (gaming)
RWReal Woman
RWRussell Watson (British tenor)
RWRobot Wars (British TV show)
RWRobin Williams (actor)
RWRoger Waters (member of Pink Floyd)
RWRingworm
RWRiver Water
RWRetaining Wall (construction)
RWRandom Walk
RWRufus Wainwright (singer)
RWRotary Wing
RWRoca Wear (clothing line)
RWRoaming Warrior (gaming)
RWRaw Water
RWRelative Work (now Formation Skydiving)
RWRoot Word
RWRoger Wilco (voice chat over IP)
RWReconnaissance Wing
RWRon Wood (musician)
RWResistance Welding
RWRadio Watch (for ACG forms)
RWRain Shower (weather reports)
RWRaid Warning (gaming)
RWRecurrent Wheezing
RWRadar Warning
RWRaging Waters (California water park)
RWRisk Weight
RWRadiological Warfare
RWReaction Wheel
RWRolling Walker (medical product)
RWRed Wizard (Final Fantasy game)
RWRationalWiki (website)
RWRigid Wall
RWRonald Weasley (Harry Potter character)
RWRequirements Worksheet
RWRadiation Work
RWRandom Weight
RWRailway World (magazine; aka Railways)
RWRobertson-Walker Metric (an exact solution of Einstein's field theory of relativity)
RWRoll Wrapping
RWRoad Wing
RWRight Waist Gunner
RWResourceful Women (San Francisco, CA)
RWRecruiting Warrant (US Navy)
RWRand-Whitney
RWRink Warriors (roller derby)
RWRijkswerf
RWRetirement Weekly
RWRare Ware (game company)
RWRadiological Warhead
RWRadio Warfare
RWResidual Wave
RWRidgetown Waterway
RWUS Revenue Hunting Permit (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
References in periodicals archive ?
That day's Late Edition included advice for readers - How To Tackle A Fire Bomb, Keep Buckets With Water Handy - while people were told that an air raid warning system had been put into operation.
The publication describes what an air raid warning sounds like in the first such publication handed out since 1961.
The air raid warning had not sounded as the bomber had circled the city very low so the radar didn't catch it."
He mentions Tom Wintringham's book The Coming World War (1935) but not his pamphlet Air Raid Warning! Why the Royal Air Force is to be Doubled, issued the previous year.
At the United Nations in New York on Thursday, Israel's ambassador to the world body took out his mobile phone and played to reporters the sound of an air raid warning in a bid to show what life is life for millions of Israelis living under the threat of rockets fired from the Gaza Strip.
There was a reminder that the match was taking place during the Second World War: "In the event of an air raid warning being given during the progress of a match, all persons are requested either to leave the ground in an orderly manner or to take shelter beneath the stands."
Every time there is an air raid warning in the country a notification is sent to iPhone users in Hebrew, with updates on location and timing provided by a volunteer based on the government's public warning alerts, the Telegraph reports.
An ARP warning read: "Should an air raid warning be given during the performance the audience will be notified from the stage.
The high number of casualties was ascribed to the people of Sofia not having been given a proper air raid warning.
In Freiburg, Germany, is a statute of a unique air raid warning individual.
After a few weeks he injured his knee during an air raid warning and was sent back home to telecoms firm Nessco, where he'd worked for three years.