TWh

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AcronymDefinition
TWhTeraWatt Hour(s)
TWhTennessee Walking Horse
TWhTankless Water Heater
TWhTotal Worker Health (various organizations)
TWhThree Way Handshake
TWhToronto Western Hospital (Toronto, ON Canada)
TWhTown House
TWhTemporary Worker Housing
TWhThe Washington Home (Washington, DC)
TWhThe Wounded Healer (child abuse support community)
TWhTuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
TWhTechnical Warrant Holder (organization of technical authority)
TWhThe Whore House
TWhThe Woman-Hunter
TWhThis Won't Help
TWhThresholding with Hysteresis
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The Washington home of Barack Obama where a package was sent
Strong women in the early 20th century including Mercedes Tiongson Sandico, Clemencia Lopez, Sofia de Veyra, Pura Villanueva Kalaw, Aurora Quezon, Ines Villa Gonzalez and Pilar Hidalgo Lim, who advocated for the extension of suffrage during their stay in the United States, were honored in a 2016 exhibit, 'The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage Movement,' held in the Philippine Embassy in Washington, D.C.
An investigation was launched by Durham Constabulary, and in 2008 Scott was arrested at the Washington home he shared with his elderly mother.
The group gathered for Sunday brunch at the Washington home of Laura Lynch, our fellow from Canada, and discussed the possibility of making the gathering an annual affair.
Dedicated to community service in her spare time, Lee is a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and the Washington Home and Hospice.
In his weekly radio address to the nation on September 16, broadcast from The Washington Home, a nonprofit facility in the nation's capital, Clinton launched a new program.
In another botched test-case, dealing this time with the sticky and controversial "personal friendship" exemption to the gift rules, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bud Shuster (R-Pa) says he was given permission to accept free lodging at the Washington home of his former chief of staff, Ann Eppard, who now is a lobbyist for companies and industry groups with business before Shuster's panel.
WASHINGTON -- An exhibit entitled The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage Movement opened on June 16 at the Philippine Embassy's Romulo Hall, honoring the Filipinas who fought for women's right to vote in their homeland.
The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage Movement exhibit came from the research of husband-and-wife team Erwin Tiongson and Titchie Carandang-Tiongson, who also spearheaded the ongoing project Philippines on the Potomac or POPDC.
He was charged after an incident in June last year in which a man broke into the Washington home of a woman of 77 and demanded cash.
At age 43, when her parents died, she moved into the Washington Home located in Washington, D.C.