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WETWestern European Time (GMT+0000)
WETWater Energy Technology
WETWater Efficient Technologies (California)
WETWhole Effluent Toxicity
WETWorkforce, Education and Training (California)
WETW-Engineered Tread
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WETWireless Ethernet
WETWireless Electronic Transactions
WETWindows Easy Transfer (Microsoft software)
WETWolfenstein Enemy Territory (game)
WETWrong Every Time
WETWrite Everything Twice (programming)
WETWhite Entertainment Television
WETWaste Extraction Test
WETWest End Theater (Gloucester, MA)
WETWhole Earth Telescope
WETWashington Ensemble Theatre (Seattle, WA)
WETWater Education Training
WETWind chill Equivalent Temperature
WETWomen’s Expressive Theater, Inc. (New York City)
WETWindsurfing Enthusiasts of Tidewater (Virginia Tidewater area)
WETWeightless Environment Training
WETWar Equipment Table
WETWeek End Theme
WETWeek-End Training (Reserves)
WETWater Extraction Technologies (Sparks, NV)
WETWatermark Evaluation Testbed (electronic imaging)
WETWomen’s Experimental Theatre
WETWaterways Evaluation Tool
WETWomen’s Ensemble Theater (UC, Santa Cruz, CA)
WETWorkshop on Electronic Texts (Library of Congress)
WETWeather, Enemy, & Terrain
WETWomen’s Entertainment Troupe (Los Angeles, CA)
WETWeapons Effectiveness Testing
WETWine Equilisation Tax (Australia)
WETWater Employment Team
WETWater Enterprise Tracking (civil engineering)
WETWork-Extension Technologies
WETWellness Educational Theater
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Project WET (Water Education for Teachers): The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide is a collection of hands-on, water-related activities for teachers of grades K through 12.
A component of the Houston-based Council for Environmental Education, Water Education for Teachers (WET) in the City advances water education and environmental stewardship among urban youth.
A joint venture between several organizations, led by Project WET (Water Education for Teachers), the booklet helps promote public understanding of the Hudson River in a fun and engaging way.