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WILWilmington (city in Delaware and North Carolina)
WILWhiplash Injury Lessening
WILWhiplash Impact Lessening
WILWomen's International League (UK)
WILWorkers International League (est. 1937)
WILWomen in Leadership Program
WILWelspun India Ltd. (India; est. 1995)
WILWorld Islamic League
WILWorkstation Interface Link
WILNairobi, Kenya - Wilson Airport (Airport Code)
WILWhite Indicating Light
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Wil shared that he was grateful Logan was down to film a vlog with him.
Wil, back then, bagged three awards namely Breakout Influencer, Best YouTube Channel, and Influencer of the Year.
Wil told Malay Mail that the decision was not an easy one to make as he had known Masing since the latter entered politics more than 30 years ago.
"Ro'n i'n hanner nerfus i gwrdd a nhw, ac yn hanner edrych ymlaen," meddai Wil sy'n 39 ac yn ffermio yn Llanwrin, ger Machynlleth.
Khalid Iqbal Malik, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry in his welcome remarks said that WIL should provide easy access to the private sector so that entrepreneurs could explore prospects for business partnerships with it.
He said the WIL has not branched out into many subsidiaries including Wah Nobel (Pvt ) Ltd., Attock Chemicals (Pvt) Ld, Hi-Tech Plastic (Pvt) Ltd and Wah Brass Mill (Pvt) Ltd and was now opening up to private sector for joint ventures in order for optimum utilization of its production facilities.
Told from alternating points of view, the contrasts and connections between Bridge and Wil's lives make the themes more vivid and realistic.
At Wil's service, her four daughters were all dressed very colourfully, with the younger two, aged eight and 10, running in and out of the church, one swishing her flouncy skirt, the other walking as steadily as she could in her precociously high heels.
WIL Research is a provider of safety assessment and contract development and manufacturing services to biopharmaceutical and agricultural and industrial chemical companies worldwide.
This article explores the current status of those international students who have chosen to study abroad and who include Work-integrated Learning (WIL) in Western Australian (WA) universities.
This biography profiles the life and work of Wil Lou Gray (1883-1984), a woman of South Carolina who worked to improve adult education, health, and racial equality in South Carolina in the early decades of the 20th century.
Charles River Laboratories has entered a definitive agreement to acquire WIL Research for approximately $585 million in cash, subject to customary closing conditions.