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TWTalk(ed) With
TWRepublic of China (Including Taiwan & Pescadores Island)
TWTomorrow's World (UK TV programme)
TWTotal War (gaming)
TWTypewriter
TWTotal Weight
TWTime Warner
TWToxic Waste
TWTilt Wheel
TWTupperware
TWTiger Woods
TWTollywood (south Indian film industry)
TWTop of Wall (surveying)
TWTwickenham (postcode, United Kingdom)
TWTraffic Warden (UK)
TWTorchwood (British sci-fi series; Doctor Who spin-off)
TWTraveling Wave
TWThird World
TWTongue Weight (shipping)
TWTurbine Wheel
TWTwo Wheeler
TWTotally Wasted
TWTribal War (gaming community)
TWTeam Work
TWThird Wheel
TWThe What?
TWTwin Cities (ammunition headstamp)
TWTwaddle (unit of measure)
TWTe Weten (Dutch: to wit)
TWTotal Water Content
TWTwinbrook
TWTrapped Wind
TWTransit Windsor (Canada)
TWTribalwar (online community)
TWTechnology Watch
TWTravel Weekly (publication)
TWTime Bandwidth
TWTransformer Windings
TWTailwind
TWTrumans Water (band)
TWTile World (Chip's Challenge emulator)
TWTourism Whistler
TWTrainers Workshop
TWTulsa World (Tulsa, OK newspaper)
TWThird Watch (TV show)
TWTeraWatt (10^12 watts)
TWTrade Weighted
TWTokyo Weekender (Magazine)
TWTrench Wars (gaming website)
TWTrojan Wall (Age of Mythology game type)
TWTeeny-Weeny
TWTaxiway
TWTheatreWorks (theatrical equipment business)
TWTaiwanese Women
TWTare Weight
TWTactical Wank
TWTarget Weight (kidney dialysis)
TWTropical Warfare
TWThreat Warning
TWTest Wafer
TWTekWar (video game)
TWT'way Air Co., Ltd. (airline; South Korea)
TWThermoplastic Wire
TWTransmit Wavelength (Nortel)
TWTime Waived (criminal justice)
TWTheatreWorks (theatre company)
TWThermit Welding
TWTactical Warning
TWTelstra Wholesale (Australia)
TWTrigger Warning
TWThrow Weight
TWTrekWeb.com (Star Trek fan site)
TWTechnowizard (Rifts roleplaying game)
TWTeam Wound (gaming slang)
TWTholian Web (Star Trek)
TWTactical Weather
TWTest Witness
TWTackles Won (soccer)
TWThought Withdrawal
TWTransmitter Window
TWTrue Watt
TWTechnical Writer/Writing
TWTargeting and Weaponeering
TWTuring Word
TWTactical Warfare Ashore
TWThreat Evaluation/Weapon Assignment (Tartar Module)
TWTactical Warning Segment
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ISLAMABAD -- The female commuters and motorists have demanded an increase in the numbers of female traffic wardens in federal capital.
Or do our councils ask their traffic wardens to go easy on motorists in light of the extreme weather?
In an unrelated incident police are investigating a report of a car being driven at two traffic wardens in the Samuel Street area of Belfast city centre after a parking ticket was issued last Friday.
A Ticket Officer (TO) stated that there were more than 400 out district traffic wardens who were performing their duties in Peshawar but only around 25 of them were living in traffic barracks while the rest were struggling.
On average, he said each traffic warden brings in between 150 and 250 reports each month, depending on the area they are stationed.
A DRIVER who went for a pint with mates in Waterloo left a cheeky note for traffic wardens in a bid to escape a ticket - and even attached a packet of crisps.
The traffic warden banged on the side of the van to alert the driver, at which point Bowmaker reversed out of the way to free the warden.
Jenson did pay and display but this was not visible to the traffic warden when he began issuing the ticket," the Daily Mail quoted a spokesperson for the driver as saying.
Last year alone, in Coventry one motorist threatened to kill a traffic warden and six others were physically attacked - one hit with eggs and another struck by a water bomb.
Despite their poor reputation among drivers, traffic wardens are now being encouraged to help motorists with an incentive scheme offering them gifts from Argos.
People from Wellhouse and Bolster Moor feel the presence of a traffic warden would be beneficial.
They walked only a few yards so Polly could get some air, but within seconds a traffic warden had pounced and issued a ticket, Havers said.