TEW

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AcronymDefinition
TEWToegepaste Economische Wetenschappen (Dutch: Applied Economics; Belgium)
TEWTibet Environmental Watch (Berkeley, CA)
TEWThe Enchanted Wood (Enid Blyton novel)
TEWTerrorism Early Warning
TEWThe Enemy Within (gaming)
TEWTriple Energy Window
TEWTactical Electronic Warfare
TEWThe Elemental Wizard
TEWTakt Enkelwerkend (Dutch: Single Acting Stroke; engines)
TEWTotal Extreme Warfare (wrestling game)
TEWThermoplastic Equipment Wire
TEWTechnical Exchange Workshop (US Navy)
TEWTowards Ethnic Women
TEWThreat Early Warning
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The shop, which is based in the Central Arcade, is named after author Enid Blyton's book The Enchanted Wood, which was one of the 40-yearold's favourite books as a child.
Some gardens are also sure to capture the imagination of children including The Enchanted Wood designed by Peter O'Brien.
The book was part of Blyton's Faraway Tree series, written between 1939 and 1951, of four novels, including The Enchanted Wood, The Folk Of The Faraway Tree and Up The Faraway Tree.
FOR 6-8 YEAR OLDS: The Enchanted Wood: Enid Blyton The Worst Witch: Jill Murphy A Bear Called Paddington: Michael Bond The Milly-Molly-Mandy Storybook: Joyce Lankester Brisley Flat Stanley: Jeff Brown.
FOR 6-8 YEAR OLDS: The Enchanted Wood: Enid Blyton Five on a Treasure Island: Enid Blyton A Bear Called Paddington: Michael Bond The Milly-Molly-Mandy Storybook: Joyce Lankester Brisley Flat Stanley: Jeff Brown.
Their sole protector is the Dragon--the realm's most powerful sorcerer, who keeps the enchanted Wood at bay.
The luxury limited edition acetate sunglasses feature coloured Swarovski crystal flowers which, according to the brand, 'bloom in the enchanted wood' that served as the backdrop for the Dolce & Gabbana autumn/winter 2014 women's fashion show.
The four novels in the series, The Enchanted Wood, The Magic Faraway Tree, The Folk Of The Faraway Tree and Up The Faraway Tree, have all reportedly been optioned by Neal Street Productions for development.
As a child I loved Enid Blyton's The Enchanted Wood and The Magic Faraway Tree.
CHILDREN have been discovering the enchanted wood, learning how to train their dragon, cracking secret codes and having lashings of fun.
Most youngsters had their favourite Blyton series -Malory Towers, Amelia Jane, The Naughtiest Girl in School, The Enchanted Wood (my desert island choice) -and once grown up still have a lot of affection for the books which shaped their childhood.
For most audiences, with its theme of lovers and their entanglements, its fairy scenes in the enchanted wood and its lovingly handled bungling tradesmen as comic relief -- perhaps inspired by memories of a Stratford boyhood -- this is the most magical and lyrical of Shakespeare's plays.