W/S

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AcronymDefinition
W/SWholesale
W/SWeek Starting
W/SWindshield
W/SWarship
W/SWorkstation
W/SWeapon System
W/SWeak and Strong (Combined Ion Exchange Resin)
W/SWait State
W/SWords Per Second
W/SWithin Sentence (database searches)
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Analyses of box plot distributions and permutation testing showed that while thermodynamic quantities (e.g., CAPE, CIN, LCL, etc.) vary more frequently between weak and strong daytime tornadoes than do shear-based parameters (e.g., storm-relative helicity), the greatest difference between weakly and strongly tornadic nocturnal soundings are in kinematic parameter values.
The results from this analysis suggested that, when considered alone, 0-1-km and 0-3-km wind shear show the highest skill in distinguishing environments associated with weak and strong tornadoes, with 0-1-km shear being most effective at night, and 0-3-km shear showing the most skill during the day.
An average of 66/1000 people received a weak opioid, with a two-fold variation between DHBs Women were dispensed significantly more both weak and strong opioids than men Opioid use increased significantly with age: 1 in 9 people aged 80 and over received a strong opioid and 1 in 7 a weak opioid People identifying as European or Other ethnicity had two to five times the use of strong opioids as those of Maori, Pacific or Asian ethnicity People identifying as European or Other received significantly more weak opioids, and Asian peoples significantly fewer
The Syrian opposition appears both weak and strong. It is weak because it has not succeeded in causing significant splits in the regime's military or diplomatic corps, and because it has so far been unable to ignite protests in Damascus despite signs of this recently emerging.
This paper tests weak and strong forms of Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) for Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.
So far, physicists have identified only four such forces: gravity, electromagnetism, and the weak and strong forces.
Conventional physics recognizes four kinds of forces that hold the world together and animate its motions: gravity, electromagnetism and the weak and strong subatomic interactions.