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TWTThe Washington Times
TWTTraveling Wave Tube
TWTThe Winning Team (various meanings)
TWTTuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
TWTTwo Wheeled Texans (motorcycle forum)
TWTTeaching with Technology
TWTTime Will Tell (Robert Cray song)
TWTTrisonic Wind Tunnel (North American Aviation; El Segundo, CA)
TWTThird Wave Technologies, Inc. (also seen as TWTI)
TWTTube Wall Temperature (heating)
TWTTwo-Way Traveltime (reflection seismology, GPR)
TWTThe Wildlife Trusts (UK)
TWTTed Williams Tunnel (Boston, MA)
TWTThe Wrong Trousers (Wallace & Grommit film; band)
TWTThe Walking Toxins (band)
TWTTwo Way Tape
TWTTilt Wheel Technology (Microsoft)
TWTThe World Tonight (television news program)
TWTTechnical Writing Team (various locations)
TWTTiny Windows Terminal
TWTTri-Wizard Tournament (Harry Potter event)
TWTTrump World Tower (New York)
TWTThe White Tower (Wheel of Time book series)
TWTThe Technical Writing Teacher (journal)
TWTTotal Wait Time
TWTTactical Warfare Training
TWTTattooed White Trash
TWTThe Wrestling Talk (online forum)
TWTTrans-Sonic Wind Tunnel
TWTThird World Traveler
TWTTechnical Walk-Through
TWTTotally Without Thought
TWTTravel with Troops
TWTTogether We Teach (website)
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In the colourful conducing ceremony, the chief guest gave away prizes and trophy to the winning team and top performers.
Inspector General of Police Islamabad Mohammad Khalid Khattak invited the winning team at Central Police Office where they were given enthusiastic ovation.
QU fielded the winning team for the second year in a row.
Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey announced the winning team today and said the Palaszczuk Government would support the team and help them develop their social media campaign in 2017.
Shaun McSorley, a member of the winning team, commented: "The main feature of our baby gate was the ability to operate it without any physical interaction via the use of a no-touch sensor - perfect for when your hands are full
Mr Jim Hunter, assistant commissioner for scouts, presented the trophy to the winning team of Gareth Wilkinson, Andrew Penrose, Richard Stocks, Ben Thomas and John Thomas, after the annual competition at Moor End High School.
The winning team members were dressed as characters from Alice in Wonderland with the horse playing the part of the March Hare, the winning team members were Danni Hignett, their horse Perry, Katie Cooper and Kelly Vaughan.
The winning team received a cash award of $20,000 and the two runner-up teams each received $5,000.
Kriti Rajda who was part of the winning team last year said, "We enjoyed the quiz.
Monkseaton High, Emmanuel College and Heaton Manor played each other in the final groupings to decide the winning team.
The winning team consisted of Dr Williams, his son Gareth and friends Peter Thomas and Robert Sandham.
The winning team was Serbia, followed by Russia and Great Britain.