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AcronymDefinition
WOLWake-On-LAN (Intel networked remote control)
WOLWings of Liberty (gaming)
WOLWorld of Love
WOLWaiver of Liability (various organizations)
WOLWonders of Life (Walt Disney World; Florida)
WOLWord of Life
WOLWomen of Lockerbie (play)
WOLWeb of Lies
WOLWay Of Life
WOLWorking Out Loud (peer support group)
WOLWeb Ontology Language (knowledge representation)
WOLWorld Online
WOLWeb Ontology Language
WOLWindows Onecare Live
WOLWriting on Label
WOLWake on Lan
WOLWindows Office Live
WOLWater of Life (Fontana, California church)
WOLWestwood Online
WOLWin or Lose
WOLWhole of Life (insurance, UK)
WOLWithout Limit
WOLWerewolves of London
WOLWorld of Legends (Utopia game server)
WOLWeldolet
WOLWhinny Out Loud
WOLWoodlands Online (portal site for The Woodlands, Texas)
WOLWork on Line
WOLWow Out Loud (internet slang)
WOLWoman of Leisure
WOLWheezing Out Loud
WOLWervikse Oldtimer Liefhebbers (Dutch; Belgian classic car club)
WOLWarriors of the Land (game)
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WARREN Zevon's 15 minutes of fame came more than 20 years ago, when his 1978 album Excitable Boy made him a star, buoyed by the top 10 hit, Werewolves of London.
It kicks off, appropriately enough, with Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London and Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama, the two songs sampled in Kid Rock's current hit All Summer Long.
QUICK to jump on the bandwagon, record company bosses include Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London and Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama - both sampled in Kid Rock hit All Summer Long - in this compilation.
Depp is also trying to launch a project about Werewolves Of London songwriter Warren Zevon, who recently died of cancer.
In the US he was best known for the songs Werewolves of London and I'll Sleep When I'm Dead.
Among the best are Otis Redding's Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song), the Staples Singers' I'll Take You There, Warren Zevon's Werewolves Of London and Martha Reeves & The Vandellas' Nowhere To Run.