WWI

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AcronymDefinition
WWIWorld War I
WWIWhistling Woods International (India)
WWIWhat Was It?
WWIWeb Wordnet Interface
WWIWorldwatch Institute (Washington, DC)
WWIWeight Watchers International
WWIWomen for Women International
WWIWashington Wine Institute (Olympia, WA)
WWIWireless World Initiative
WWIWorld Wide Images (database)
WWIWalking While Intoxicated
WWIWinStar Wireless, Inc. (Winstar Communications, Inc.)
WWIWhiteWater Inc (Charlton, MA)
WWIWesleyan Women International
WWIWorld Wings International, Inc (former Pan Am flight attendants)
WWIWireless and Wireline Initiative (Sprint & Sprint PCS)
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News and World Report underscores what numerous clinical studies have already shown about the efficacy of our approach to weight loss," said David Kirchhoff, president and chief executive officer, Weight Watchers International, Inc.
Some of these franchises were sold in 2003 to Weight Watchers International, but Florine retained all operations in her home state of Michigan, as well as in northern Ontario.
Wells' Dairy, the maker of Blue Bunny ice cream, has partnered with Weight Watchers International to produce a new line of Weight Watchers-branded yogurts and smoothies.
LONG KNOWN FOR ITS LINE of frozen entrees, Woodbury, N.Y.-based Weight Watchers International, Inc.
Clarence Scott belongs to Weight Watchers International, which has 1.5 million members worldwide.
A sedentary lifestyle may contribute to a person's weight problem, but for losing unwanted pounds, exercise is no substitute for consuming fewer calories, contends Weight Watchers International, Inc., Woodbury, N.Y.
The Weight Watchers products relaunch will benefit from the strong marketing campaign Weight Watchers International is putting together in support of their slimming programme, "Time to Eat".
Coca Cola, Kraft Foods, Weight Watchers International, Nestle USA, American Dairy Council, and Monsanto (makers of monosodium glutamate) are among the major donors to the American Dietetics Association (ADA).
Springer will remain responsible for Weight Watchers International. Joseph Jimenez Jr., a former Hunt-Wesson executive, will become chief executive of Heinz North America.
* Weight Watchers International, Inc., of Jericho, New York, made false weight-loss rate representations for its "Quick Success" program in comparison to its earlier programs, and has represented without substantiation that its programs are superior to others in helping dieters to achieve and maintain their weight-loss goals.
A new agreement between Christian Salvesen and Weight Watchers International, a subsidiary of H.J.
After being in the business 25 years, Weight Watchers International ("International" because the program operates in 24 countries) is still considered the heavyweight in the diet industry.