VOW

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AcronymDefinition
VOWVoice of Warriors
VOWVoice over Wireless
VOWVirtual Office Website
VOWVoice Order Wire
VOWVideo over Wireless
VOWVolcano Warning
VOWVideo of the Week (online video sharing)
VOWVoices of Women (various locations)
VOWVillage of Wheeling (Illinois)
VOWValue of Work
VOWVolunteers for Outdoor Washington
VOWCanadian Voice of Women for Peace
VOWVirtual Office Web Site (real estate)
VOWVirtual Online War (gaming)
VOWValley of Wisdom (World of Warcraft)
VOWVoice Orderwire
References in classic literature ?
I made ready to fly, when suddenly I heard the voices of women talking outside the door of the hut.
His first warning was when shrill voices of women, cries of children, and wailings of babes in nameless fear came to him from the main path that led from the village to the upland boundaries of Somo.
The room rang with the shrill voices of women bubbling o'er with drink-laughter.
There appeared to be more of these fellows than there had been hitherto; and they could no longer hear the voices of women, which they had before plainly distinguished.
There was a murmur of commiseration as Charles Darnay crossed the room to a grated door where the gaoler awaited him, and many voices--among which, the soft and compassionate voices of women were conspicuous--gave him good wishes and encouragement.
Shrill laughter was to be heard, the wailing of children, the voices of women. The hands and heads of this throng, black against the luminous background, outlined against it a thousand eccentric gestures.
There is a gap in the voices of women demanding for inclusion and accountability on issues affecting them in Nigeria as most women are not aware that their voice can be heard using the social media platforms.
Among the participants are Movement Against Tyranny, #BabaeAko, Voices of Women for Justice and Peace, Gabriela and Bagong Alyansang Makabayan.
The forum is also a great way to hear the voices of women and give them the opportunity to express their suggestions on how to further develop the sector.
AN INTERNATIONAL movement to make the voices of women and girls heard is hosting an Aim High course at North Ormesby Community Hub.
"Sports can be a force to amplify the voices of women and girls and break down gender barriers and stereotypes," the High Commissioner said at the Girls' Cricket Cup hosted by Australian High Commission and the Kinnaird College for Women in collaboration with Pakistan Cricket Board, in Lahore.
She also co-founded Smart Women Smart Power at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, designed to amplify the voices of women in foreign affairs.