TTW

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AcronymDefinition
TTWTime to Work
TTWTransition to Work (various organizations)
TTWThrough the Wall
TTWTank to Wheels
TTWTest the Waters (North Pole, AK)
TTWThrill the World (worldwide simultaneous dance)
TTWTarget to Win
TTWTicket to Work
TTWTales of Two Wastelands (gaming)
TTWThe Tuning Works (UK)
TTWTime Traveler's Wife (novel by Audrey Niffenegger)
TTWThrough The Web
TTWTorment the Weak (World of Warcraft)
TTWTell the World
TTWTerritorial Waters
TTWTerry Tempest Williams (author)
TTWThicker than Water (band)
TTWTravel to Work
TTWThe Teacher Will (lesson plans)
TTWTennessee-Tombigbee Waterway
TTWtilting three wheeler
TTWTouch the World (Christian youth ministry)
TTWTactical Training Wing
TTWTime To Wait
TTWTank-To-Wheels
TTWTactical Trench Wars (gaming)
TTWTransition to War (NATO)
TTWThrough the Wave (soldering in electronics manufacuring)
TTWTime Turning Weatherby (Harry Potter boards at IMDb)
TTWTech Twice Weekly (podcast)
TTWTrim- en Trainingsgroep Weesp
TTWTropical Tower Wars (gaming, World of Warcraft)
TTWTeachers Travel Web
TTWTag the World (Studio City, CA)
TTWThrough These Words (band)
TTWTranstracheal Washes or Washing
TTWThe Tolkien Wiki
TTWTotal Time Waster
TTWTime of Tension of War
TTWTable-Top Wargaming
TTWTransition Town Worthing (energy solution organization; UK; est. 2009)
TTWThree Toed Woodpecker
TTWTornado Technical Warning
TTWTeenage Trampoline Wrestling
References in classic literature ?
It has an east window, and on each side in the wall, about four feet from the ground, a stone basin with a hole and iron pipe to convey the water into or through the wall. This chapel is one of the buttresses, but no sign of it without, for even the window, though large within, is only a long narrow loop-hole, scarcely to be seen without.
Of course I cannot break through the wall by battering my head against it if I really have not the strength to knock it down, but I am not going to be reconciled to it simply because it is a stone wall and I have not the strength.
Those that went with Hector and Polydamas were the bravest and most in number, and the most determined to break through the wall and fight at the ships.
While they were busy stripping the armour from these heroes, the youths who were led on by Polydamas and Hector (and these were the greater part and the most valiant of those that were trying to break through the wall and fire the ships) were still standing by the trench, uncertain what they should do; for they had seen a sign from heaven when they had essayed to cross it--a soaring eagle that flew skirting the left wing of their host, with a monstrous blood-red snake in its talons still alive and struggling to escape.
They tore down the breastworks from the walls, and overthrew the battlements; they upheaved the buttresses, which the Achaeans had set in front of the wall in order to support it; when they had pulled these down they made sure of breaking through the wall, but the Danaans still showed no sign of giving ground; they still fenced the battlements with their shields of ox-hide, and hurled their missiles down upon the foe as soon as any came below the wall.
For all my prowess I cannot break through the wall and open a way to the ships single-handed.
The other ends, drawn tight, disappeared in two small holes drilled through the wall, at a height of a foot from the floor.
There was Anne's room, visible through the wall! He softly parted the light curtains that hang over the bed.
Twice, he found himself trying to walk through the wall, on either side.