WBAT

AcronymDefinition
WBATWeb Based Application Tool (aviation software)
WBATWeight Bearing As Tolerated
WBATWorld Bank Administrative Tribunal
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Her status in this phase of rehab was WBAT. Measurements of the patient's thigh and calf musculature after the removal of the cast revealed a 2 cm reduction of diameter on her left leg compared to the right.
Weightbearing is then progressed over the next 6 weeks, and the patient is made WBAT at 12 weeks.
Wbat finally got me to do it was her astonishing one-woman show following World Youth Day in Denver.
I drifted into literature unthinkingly, without really knowing wbat I needed from it, or what I could do for it.
Cardiff, Wbat Great Men Think of Religion (New York: Arno Press, 1972).
"Wbat made the Le.vittown story of the late 1940s so important:' Weiss writes, "was not just that the Levitts had found a way to mass produce affordable housing, but that housing was an attractive investment for young families precisely because of tbe planning and construction of a complete community" (p.
Moreover, he has probably understated wbat is already known about transAtlantic communications in the early modern era.
Unlike so many collections of occasional essays published by distinguished historians, Arthur Schlesinger's Cycles of American History has a unity of approach and spirit that makes it a true book rather than a miscellany Though it deals witb many subjects, it has a coherent shape, one formed by a person who has changed bis mind from time to time, but not his basic liberal philosophy Seblesinger has responded to events without allowing their ebb and flow to distract him from his pursuit of wbat he believes really matters.
As this summary should make clear, Arthur Schlesinger still has little sympathy for Republicans; not everyone will agree with a good deal of wbat he writes in this and in many of his otber essays.