WHAW


Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
WHAWWorld Homeopathy Awareness Week
References in periodicals archive ?
Interest is the important inherent drive in learning (Bruner, 1968; Mc Whaw and Abrami, 2001; Reeve & Halusic, 2009).
WhaW t they offer is an innovative, effective, natural and environmentally-friendly solution to an ongoing problem.
Starting from Whaw Bridge, we follow the roadway with the river on our left past The Old Chapel (right) and a ford (left) before climbing gently past Low Faggergill Cottage on the left.
"We've delivered the programme in high definition, so once everyone gets new big fancy tellies, there'll hopefully be a bit of a 'whaw' factor."