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WERWeekly Epidemiological Record
WERWomen Elected Representatives (India)
WERWireless Edge Router
WERWorld Emergency Relief (UK)
WERWord Error Rate
WERWindow Energy Rating
WERWorld Eye Reports (est. 1987)
WERWeapons-Effect Reporting
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WERWork Estimate Request
WERWork Entity Release (Saudi Aramco)
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The guanaco i also in his proper district, herds of fifty or a hundred wer common; and, as I have stated, we saw one which mus have contained at least five hundred.
For the next twenty-eight mile the river-course was encumbered with these basaltic masses Above that limit immense fragments of primitive rocks derived from its surrounding boulder-formation, wer equally numerous.
They wer placed on points, projecting over the edge of the highest lav cliff, and they resembled, but on a small scale, those nea Port Desire.
We wer now one hundred and forty miles distant from the Atlantic and about sixty from the nearest arm of the Pacific.
'Just for all the world!' exclaimed his wife; 'an' about a three wik sin', when he seed how poor Jem shivered wi' cold, an' what pitiful fires we kept, he axed if wer stock of coals was nearly done.
shoo sits watching for ye i' t' kitchen; and as yah're in at one door, he's out at t'other; and, then, wer grand lady goes a- courting of her side!
Warnings and ultimatums wer telegraphed to and fro, and in a few hours all the panic-fierce world was openly at war, and at war in the most complicated way.
"The last words in it wer. `For God's sake,'" he whispered, confidentially; "I am very anxious at getting no answer."
His face was flushed; his black eyes wers feverishly bright.
Sargent said WER project Southwest Power Pool, in Little Rock, uses open space and daylighting and has its air system and power data under the floor instead of on and in the walls.
Table 2 shows the number of videos, duration (in hours) and WER ([+ or -] standard deviation) for each transcribed language.