WITL

AcronymDefinition
WITLWarfighter-In-The-Loop (airborne minefield detection system)
WITLWireless-in-the-Loop (access network)
WITLWhispers in the Loggia (religious website)
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The investment plan, subject to regulatory approvals, is expected to be completed by 12 August.Country: , IndiaSector: Construction/Real Estate, Machinery/EngineeringTarget: Welspun Maxsteel Limited (WMSL), Welspun Corp Limited (WCL), Welspun Infratech Limited (WITL)Buyer: Apollo Global Management LLCVendor: Welspun groupDeal size in USD: 501mType: LBO, StakebuildingStatus: AgreedComment: Deal size refers to total investment in the group.
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Witl the increasing accessibility of many people who speak English, it is often easy now for missionaries to find excuses for not learning the local language at any depth.
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