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WASTWest Africa Summer Time (time zone)
WASTWeb Application Stress Tool (Microsoft)
WASTWomen Abuse Screening Tool
WASTWestern Australian Standard Time
WASTWeapon Assignment/Sensor Tasking (Ballistic Missile Defense System)
WASTWilson Applied Science and Technology Index (est. 1983)
WASTW Albany Schenectady Troy (TV station call letters)
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And there was no air ambulance cover provided between 8pm and 7am by the WAST, which relied on the goodwill and availability of RAF search and rescue helicopters as cover.
Last month, Wast Hills received planning permission to build a cafe at the driving range whose location, the company said, had been chosen with the adventure course in mind as the viewing area overlooks the last hole of the proposed new course.
West Midlands Police are - investigating, as are Danshell - the care providers who own Wast Hills.
"This results in pressure being placed on WAST and on hospitals in Wales that we believe could be alleviated if suitable call triage and assessment procedures were used and alternative care pathways were available for patients," she added.
3-1 'Behold!' exclaimed Paul, 'I hath received a sign from an angel, an angel who dost resemble closely Dean Wilkins, brother of Butch.' 3-2 And Micky wast sore interested.
One lucky team will enjoy a professional coaching session at the club's Wast Hills training ground.
"Thou wast as true a love as ever sighed upon a midnight pillow...if thou remember'st not the slightest folly that ever love did make thee run into," muses one to the other.
382] for he supports it here with only two texts about capitalist improvement within the context of enclosure, Wast Land's Improvement by E.G.
The top national award winners this year are nurse Erin Barrett of Auckland, community Karitane Julia de Weck of Nelson and Plunket kaiawhina Sally Wast of Invercargill.
* BACKGROUD Our study objectives were to assess the validity and reliability of the Woman Abuse Screening Tool (WAST) in the general population within the family practice setting; to determine the comfort levels of family physicians administering the WAST, their perceptions of its ability to help them identify abused women, and their willingness to continue using it in practice; and to determine the self-reported comfort of patients being asked the WAST questions by their family physicians.
A lawyer by profession, Wast served in various official posts throughout his career, including director of the National Library in Buenos Aires (1931-54).