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WELSWisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod
WELSWater Efficiency Labelling Scheme (Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards Act; Australia)
WELSWinsted Equipment Layout Software
WELSWest of the Easterly Line of the State (Maine)
WELSWestern Educational Longitudinal Study
WELSWireless Emergency Lighting System (aerospace)
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In grass carp, it was higher than in bighead carp, Siberian sturgeon, and wels catfish by 12%, 14%, and 11%, respectively, and protein levels in these three species were similar.
In WKY group, no significant difference was apparent between the control and WELS administered rats in all the parameters except HDL-C values.
Larger fish (over 40 inches and 15 pounds) were far more likely to be caught again, Water temperature also played a role as no wels were caught in water less than 50[degrees]F.
In his new role, Wels assumes full responsibility for DRI's global operations in anticipation of management's accelerated growth plans.
Wels catfish comes from mainland Europe but specimens have been introduced to British lakes for angling.
* Renewable Heating and Cooling: Conference organised as part of the World Sustainable Energy Days 2006, March 1-2, 2006, Wels, Austria.
The Prince of Wales has submitted an assortment of wels summer, ideal, tinted, brown and mottled eggs from the royal estate at Highgrove in Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
WELS Version 3 is the latest version of Winsted Equipment Layout Software from Winsted Corporation of Minneapolis.
One theory is that the Wels catfish, which is not native to this country, found its way into the mere through its drainage system many years ago as a tiddler and remained there ever since having grown too large to escape.
Grass Roots at the Royal Wels HTV Wales Sunday, 6.15pm, Tuesday, 7.30pm Thursday, 7.30pm