WWM

AcronymDefinition
WWMWorld Wide Manufacturing (various locations)
WWMWorldwide Media
WWMWorking with Men (charity; UK)
WWMWilson Wolf Manufacturing
WWMWho Wants to Be a Millionaire (TV gameshow)
WWMWaterways Management
WWMWinning Ways Management, Inc. (Manitou Springs, CO)
WWMWoven Wire Mesh
WWMWhite Working Male
WWMWidowed White Male
WWMWigner-Weyl-Moyal (theory)
WWMWing Weapons Manager (aircraft maintenance)
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All the men were not engaged in battle but they were heroes ready to defend their home if the call came THE CORONER, Mr WWM MORGAN
where: Y: meat yield index; Wwm: wet weight of meat; Gw: gross weight; CI: condition index; Dwm: dry weight of meat; Sww: shells wet weight; (Sww=Gw-Wwm).
As part of his transition, Sade, who managed approximately USD200 million in client assets at his prior firm, has affiliated with WWM as a newly formed, standalone independent practice, The Sade Group Private Wealth Management.
"I am thrilled to be joining WWM's platform, particularly at a time when Dickinson Graham Capital Management is expanding its staff to meet the demands of a growing client base," the advisor said in a press release.
About $270 billion in assets are sold every year via auctions, says Fontana Fitzwilson, a WWM senior vice president.
In this method, called Writing Wings with Media (WWM), students worked in 4-member, heterogeneous writing groups to help one another plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish compositions, as in the earlier Writing Wings program.
"Wer wird Millionaer" (or "WWM"), with "Germany's favorite German" host Guenther Jauch, is in many ways a microcosm of RTL's success.
Google is the most prominent WWM, but letAEs start with an American site that is making a name for itself in straightforward misappropriation.
One, WWM Properties LLC, bought five foreclosed properties in the past year.
Among the rapidly developing economies in the region, the UAE has emerged as the fastest growing market for German woodworking machinery (WwM), increasing its imports by 48 per cent to reach EUR 7.7 million within the same period.