SWRASouth West Regional Assembly (UK)
SWRASpecialty Wine Retailers Association (Sacramento, CA)
SWRASouth West Regional Authority (Ireland)
SWRASir William Robertson Academy (school; England, UK)
SWRASouth Will Rise Again
SWRASoftware Requirements Analysis
SWRASustainable Water Resources Agreement (US and Canada)
SWRASocial Workers Registration Act of 2003 (New Zealand)
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The mean BMI of participants was 15.58 (SD=1.83), placing participants in the lower quartile of the SWRA (Survey of Weight-Related Attitudes; Johnson, 2005) BMI index scale.
It is a fact of life that it requires considerable resources to help defend prudent alcohol regulation against litigious attacks from special interests like SWRA." See the statement at wswa.org.
'I'm absolutely overjoyed that this insurance issue has been sorted out and members of the SWRA can carry out their work safe in the knowledge that they are covered,' said McMullen
'The Echo article without doubt brought about the issue to its obvious and right conclusion and gave us great assistance, because I have had numerous telephone calls, e-mails and letters, not just from concerned members of the SWRA, but also officials from all over the country.
SWRA surveys technical and scientific literature across the life, physical, and social sciences covering wide-ranging perspectives on water resource issues.
Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, SWRA joins other Cambridge Scientific database in the environmental and aquatic sciences, most notably Pollution Abstracts and the Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA) series of journals.
27 Specialty Wine Retailers Association (SWRA) first conference/symposium, Change & Opportunity, Kendall-Jackson Wine Center, Fulton, Calif.
Three CD-ROM aquatic databases are being added to its Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA)--Aqualine, Selected Water Resources Abstracts (SWRA) and Waterlit.
Selected Water Resources Abstracts (SWRA), compiled by the U.S.
The SWRA is having to make assumptions about the extent of inward migration from the South East, and this is particularly critical in the Bournemouth/Poole area (although it affects the whole of the region, as indeed it affects the other regions surrounding the South East).
Prior to this release, the database was available only online, under the name "Water Resrouces Abstracts." The SWRA database is compiled by the Water Resources Scientific Information Center (WARSIC) of the United States Geological survey (USGS).