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TCWToday's Christian Woman (magazine)
TCWTrust Company of the West (California)
TCWTotal Carat Weight
TCWTurbo Cad for Windows
TCWTemporal Cold War (Star Trek Enterprise)
TCWTroop Carrier Wing
TCWThe Computer Workshop (various organizations)
TCWThe Converging World (various locations)
TCWTokyo College of Welfare (Tokyo, Japan)
TCWTurnbuckle Championship Wrestling
TCWTasty Coma Wife (Scrubs episode)
TCWThe Content Wrangler (Palm Springs, CA)
TCWTrainer Certification Workshop (various organizations)
TCWThe City Weekly (Australia)
TCWThe Campus Word (blogging community)
TCWTactical Communications Wing (RAF)
TCWThe Constitution Works (Constitutional Education Foundation)
TCWTree Closing Window (computing)
TCWTactical Control Wing (USAF)
TCWTotal Combat Wrestling (Italy)
TCWTwo Cents Worth
TCWTinned Copper Wire
TCWTerminal Controller Workstation (STARS equipment)
TCWThe Computer Wizard
TCWThomas Cook Airline Belgium (ICAO code)
TCWTelephone Conversation With
TCWTest Conductor Workstation
TCWTalking Call Waiting (Sprint)
TCWTranslation Control Word
TCWTower Control Workstation (STARS Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System)
TCWTemporary Chilled-Water
TCWThe Customs Whisperer (tax consulting; Hong Kong)
TCWTennis Club Warneton (France)
TCWTest Case Wizard (NCC)
TCWTennis Club Wézien (France)
TCWTwentieth Century Watch
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Pretty soon I was checking out all the other discussions, adding my two cents worth to a few things that interested me, and in no time I was addicted!
It's a common complaint that so many mainstream comedies feel like they were written by committee, and, for all intents and purposes, many effectively are nowadays after assorted studio execs and test-screen audiences have put in their two cents worth. What a clever marketing wheeze it is then to make the fact a film was supposedly "user-generated" by a website a selling point instead of a negative.
I spend hours upon hours whipping up different ideas on how to change the world to be a more peaceful place, but realise that the best I can do is put in my two cents worth and wish for the best.
I'm sure you're getting a fair bit of response from Ioan Gruffudd fans about your article last week and I would like to toss in my two cents worth from over here in Australia.
With so many articles about treestand theft in newspapers and magazines, Bowhunter included, I would like to contribute my two cents worth. A few years back someone stole one of my stands.
Intellipedia was created so "analysts in different agencies that work X or Y can go in and see what other people are doing on subject X or Y and actually add in their two cents worth ...
I also recorded standard deviation, but there wasn't two cents worth of difference so that was not included in the table.
Well, bands we thought were big, bands we respected, but they didn't give us two cents worth of nothing for our time." While they were serious about the music and it meant all of their heart and soul, others didn't see it the same way.
I just thought I'd throw in my two cents worth. Great magazine!
What's more, there are no surprises in the April survey ("Your two cents worth: A U.S.
I wanted to add my two cents worth to the comments of Harold Sherrington (August 2003) and Anthony Mangano (October 2003) in regards to the Regal Empress (Formerly the Olympia).
And rather than relying solely on the facts to document the circumstances, Jim couldn't resist putting in his two cents worth.