TPW

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AcronymDefinition
TPWTexas Parks & Wildlife
TPWThe Pokémon World (online community)
TPWTurbo Pascal for Windows
TPWTherapeutic Program Worker
TPWTransportation and Public Works
TPWTheme Park World (video simulation)
TPWTurbo Pascal for Windows (Borland)
TPWTrue Polar Wander (geology)
TPWTotal Precipitable Water
TPWThe Printer Works (California)
TPWToronto Photographers Workshop (Canada; est. 1977)
TPWThird Party Watch
TPWTennessee Prison for Women
TPWTrain Protection Warning (India)
TPWTactical Police Wing (UK)
TPWThe Perfect World (website)
TPWToscana Photographic Workshops
TPWThe Power Within
TPWTons Per Week
TPWTechnical & Professional Writing
TPWThird Party Works
TPWThanksgiving, Praise and Worship
TPWThe Portable Warehouse
TPWThe Punic Wars (game)
TPWTotal Party Wipe (online gaming)
TPWTop Post Whore
TPWTactical Planning Workstation
TPWThird Party Website
TPWTrue Pagan Warrior
TPWTemporary Pacemaker Wire
TPWTargeted/Tentative Production Week (General Motors)
TPWToledo, Peoria, and Western Railroad Company (also abbreviated TP&W)
TPWThe Professional Wordsmith (website)
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The court also noted that NewPage and the defendants had continuing obligations to purchase and supply approximately 105,000 tons per year, or approximately 2,000 to 2,200 tons per week, as evidenced by NewPage's purchase of several thousand tons of coal pursuant to the coal supply agreement from the date of approval of the plan on December 14, 2012 through December 31, 2012.
Cargo volume ceilings will be upped to 900 tons per week from 600 tons, the officials added.
It has also increased and decreased along with, but by a smaller percentage than, national output (an increase in national output of 1000 tons per week seems to correspond to an increase in regional steel output of about 150 tons per week).
The volume of air cargo bound for the Philippines has been increased from 270 tons per week to 360 tons.
Observed production over the last quarter of 1998 and first quarter of 1999 ranged from under 1,000 to over 1,500 tons per week.
After the first convoy, Mercy Corps sent 250 tons per week.
Combined, it makes the nation's trash grow by an extra 1 million tons per week.
Because the foundry was landfilling 300-320 tons per week from its nobake molding line, Taylor & Fenn officials were concerned about disposal fees and environmental regulations.
For example, a recent contract guaranteed a minimum of 120 tons per week with an average of 500 tons per week and a maximum of 1000 tons per week for the life of the contract.
Each worker discards one-third to one-half pound of paper daily, equaling over 6,600 tons of paper discarded each day across the continent, or 33,000 tons per week and over 1.
Due to be on line at the beginning of the 1989 potato season, the new factory will boost production capacity 1,000 tons per week.