UTWUltimate Tag Warrior (WordPress plug-in)
UTWUniwersytetu Trzeciego Wieku (Polish: Third Age University; Krakow, Poland)
UTWUltra-Thin Whitetopping (pavement)
UTWUltra-Thin Window
UTWUnder the Weather
UTWUnited Taxicab Workers (San Francisco, CA)
UTWUnloaded Tongue Weight (trailer weight capacity)
UTWUtilitiesman, Water and Sanitation
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"After extensive discussions with the Group's largest shareholders and other stakeholders, the directors of UTW were unable to raise sufficient funding to cover trading losses and implement the turnaround strategy required by the Enterprise business.
In particular, it becomes clear that behind the legal struggle waged in the courts by N UTW lawyer-organizers such as Johnny Copelyn lay a cohort of African women workers with the courage to challenge male authority directly in their workplaces.
To date, UTW has matched about 70 people with partners in Ghana, Nicaragua, Peru, and Zambia, on projects ranging from building homes for families affected by AIDS to providing educational opportunities to impoverished women and children.
The cycler also utilizes ultra-thin walled (UTW) vessels for better temperature transfer, which enables protocols to be completed more quickly.
Its program has graduated 23 UTT and UTW workers, and it has a strong revenue-generating industry relationship with ATCO Electric.
Four types of concrete overlays are currently in use: whitetopping, ultra-thin whitetopping (UTW), bonded overlay, and unbonded overlay.
In 1933, encouraged by the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) and their perception of Franklin Roosevelt as a friend, they turned to the United Textile Workers (UTW) as a vehicle for expressing their fury at the stretch-out (large increases in work loads without increases in pay), an issue that had roiled the lives and work of southern textile workers for a decade.
When the utw merged with the Communications Workers of America later that year, his title changed to president of cwa Local 1314.
In the first three decades of the twentieth century, the United Textile Workers of America (UTW) struggled to extend this model of unionism beyond the more skilled workers of Fall River to mills throughout New England.