RWL

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AcronymDefinition
RWLRecommended Weight Limit (ergonomics)
RWLResearching, Work and Learning (conference)
RWLRaised White Letters (tire sidewall marking)
RWLReader/Writer Lock
RWLRandom Width and Length (lumber industry)
RWLRedwall: Warlords (online video game)
RWLRoaring With Laughter
RWLRain Water Leader
RWLRadical Wrestling League (UK)
RWLRight Wing Loony
RWLRow Wordline
RWLReactor Water Level
RWLRaw Water Line (water treatment)
RWLRest With Love
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And I knew I wouldn't get all the women's roles," he says, roaring with laughter.
Lana Bambridge, the charity's fundraising manager, said: "Not only did Elaine have the audience roaring with laughter, she left no stone unturned in making sure everyone had a great time."
"We just spent all our time roaring with laughter - and that didn't get much of an outlet in his feature films.
I can just imagine the audience roaring with laughter as the specialist subjects range from pigeon-clocks to the price of Greggs pasties.
One particular anecdote about maverick footballer Rodney Marsh had me roaring with laughter - but it's too rude to repeat here.
Opera director Jeff Clarke was listening to Radio 4 when he heard a series of short stories that had him roaring with laughter.
The mixture of Liverpudlian and Irish wit had the whole theatre roaring with laughter.
Neil Hamilton was roaring with laughter about the whole business then.
Miss Widdecombe had delegates roaring with laughter at the Conservative Councillors Association gathering at the Hilton, Walsgrave, yesterday, as she told a true story of being stopped by police as she drove with a colleague near government buildings.
But he quickly won over the initial upset heckler or two to have the entire audience roaring with laughter.
Junior bookworms, have you read a book that had you roaring with laughter or shaking in your boots?
I paused for a moment in between thoughts and there was Jimmy, shouting a joke, sparking an improv between us that went on for a good five or 10 minutes and had our guests roaring with laughter."