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AcronymDefinition
WOOFWorld Order of Football (forum)
WOOFWell Off Older Folk
WOOFWeb-centric Open Object Framework
WOOFWeighted Overlappingly Organized Features (semantics)
WOOFWell Off Over Fifty
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It was the sole remaining thread of the ancient woof of a dawning culture which had been woven when Caprona was a fiery mount upon a great land-mass teeming with life.
Little I guessed how all the warp and woof of that man- world was entangled with alcohol.
Like a woof of jasper strands the corn unfolds, Field upon field beyond the quiet wolds; The late-blown rush flaunts in the dusk serene Her netted sash and slender skirt of green.
And you, in turn, - or so it seems to me, - leave out the biological factor, the very stuff out of which has been spun the fabric of all the arts, the warp and the woof of all human actions and achievements."
To accomplish the change was like a reflux of being, and this when the plasticity of youth was no longer his; when the fibre of him had become tough and knotty; when the warp and the woof of him had made of him an adamantine texture, harsh and unyielding; when the face of his spirit had become iron and all his instincts and axioms had crystallised into set rules, cautions, dislikes, and desires.
"This year was our most successful national convention with more than 240 franchise owners and guests in attendance," said Paul Allen, President and CEO of Woof Gang Bakery.
Rachel O'Riordan, Sherman Theatre's outgoing artistic director, has said of the play: "I commissioned Woof by Elgan Rhys because I want Sherman Theatre to produce work in the national language which is bold, contemporary and boundary breaking.
Handcrafted from human grade ingredients including brewers wort and bone stock (made from organic Aberdeen Angus), Woof Dog Beer is non carbonated and alcohol-free.
Explaining the inspiration for the game and what it's about, the 26-yearold, said: "Woof Blaster is an actionpacked shooter featuring a dog with a gun and jet boots in search of a magical pizza which holds the key to becoming King of the Dog Planet.
Ex-soldier and JLR worker Fabian Jarrett has developed a computer game called Woof Blaster
"Six months ago I started working on developing Woof, a nutritious drink for dogs, made with bone stock and the left over malt from the brewery.