WAIN


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AcronymDefinition
WAINWhere Am I Now
WAINWireless Access Internet Node
WAINwide-area integrated network
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Sheriff Brian Mohan pointed out to Wain that only weeks earlier he had been released from prison for another assault TURN TO PAGE 6 FROM PAGE 1 involving a bottle and told him: "You are just 20 and bottles and knives seem to be a large part of your offending."
"If she was doing 45 into the building and the car was inside, then we could be looking at reckless operation," Wain had said.
To date, Wain has made seven investments in six companies, and has 30 angels and invested almost $500,000.
WAIN aims to build an informed ecosystem of women investors who
Dr Wain has unveiled a new fear-busting scheme for nervous patients anxious about their treatment, as he bids to create Britain's most relaxing surgery.
Now Dr Wain, founder of Dovetail Dental, based on Blandford Square, in the city, has come up with the idea to implement a "buddy system" that sees every patient assigned a care co-ordinator who remains right by their side throughout.
Wain Wath waterfall is a popular location for daytrippers to the Yorkshire Dales national park.
The Wain report was intended as a proof of evidence from South Yorkshire Police to the inquiry led by Lord Justice Taylor following the tragedy on April 15, 1989.
Creators and co-writers David Wain and Michael Showalter, members of '90s MTV's "The State," premiered "Wet Hot American Summer"--featuring Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Amy Poehler--at Sundance in 2001.
In March, former inspector Clive Davis told the inquests in Warrington that Sir Norman had asked him to attend a briefing to be held by Chief Superintendent Terry Wain.