WSW

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AcronymDefinition
WSWWet Sociale Werkvoorziening (Dutch: Sheltered Employment Act)
WSWWord Star for Windows
WSWWomen Who Have Sex with Women (medical/public health)
WSWWall Street Webcasting (New York, NY)
WSWWest-South-West
WSWWomen Seeking Women
WSWWinter Storm Warning
WSWWeber Shandwick Worldwide (Interpublic Group)
WSWWomen's Studio Workshop (Rosendale, NY)
WSWWorld Socialist Website
WSWWall Street Week
WSWWhite Side Wall (tire type)
WSWWheelchair Sports Worldwide
WSWWomen's Soccer World
WSWWheeled Seated Walker
WSWWorld Stars of Wrestling (wrestling forum)
WSWWebsphere Studio Workbench
WSWWestern Spring and Wire, Ltd (St George, ON, Canada)
WSWWant Some Weather
WSWWeapon System Warranty
WSWWalker Smith and Way (UK solicitors)
WSWWestchester Symphonic Winds (White Plains, NY)
WSWWoman Sexual Workers (medical/clinical)
WSWWindsor Sports Weekend (Canada)
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Thomas Mason [of the Norman, Oklahoma-based Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association] used to enjoy watching Bond on Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser, and that he is sorry Bond turned out to be a crook.
John Dessauer, whose global investing strategies placed him in Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser's Winner's Circle every year since 1995;