WSA

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AcronymDefinition
WSAWeb Sphere Application
WSAWinchester School of Art (UK)
WSAWyoming State Archives
WSAWorld Summit Award (mobile content)
WSAWafer Supply Agreement (semiconductor manufacturing)
WSAWall Street Associates (Tokyo, Japan)
WSAWorld Steel Association (industry group)
WSAWorld Service Authority (est. 1954; Washington, DC)
WSAWeb Standards Awards
WSAWeb Services Addressing
WSAWeb Service Architecture
WSAWindows Sockets Api
WSAWilderness Study Areas
WSAWeb Services Architecture (Bow Street)
WSAWilbur Smith Associates
WSAWhole School Approach (various locations)
WSAWar Shipping Administration (World War Ii)
WSAWorld Shoe Association
WSAWorkers Solidarity Alliance
WSAWausau Signature Agency (Wausau, WI)
WSAWet Sulphuric Acid
WSAWekiva Study Area (Florida)
WSAWashington Software Alliance
WSAWater and Sewer Authority (Washington, DC)
WSAWilderness Preservation System
WSAWilliams Syndrome Association
WSAWeapons Storage Area
WSAWheelchair Sports Australia
WSAWater Supply Act
WSAWorld Snowmobile Association
WSAWireless Security Auditor
WSAWestern States Affiliate (American Heart Association)
WSAWorld Sleddog Association
WSAWater Services Authority (South Africa)
WSAWorld Snooker Association
WSAWindows Sockets API (aka Winsock Application)
WSAWell Spouse Association
WSAWarship Support Agency
WSAWine and Spirit Association (London, UK)
WSAWomen's Student Association
WSAWorkforce Service Area
WSAWestern Sunbathing Association (AANR region)
WSAWest Sound Academy
WSAWestern Suppliers Association
WSAWilliam Self Associates
WSAWorld Socialist Alliance (gaming, Red Alert 2)
WSAWorld Student Association
WSAWinsock Application (aka Windows Sockets API; programming interface)
WSAWorkplace Standards Authority (Australia)
WSAWestern Sahara Authority (UN)
WSAWisconsin Society of Anesthesiologists
WSAWomen Scientist Advisors
WSAWheelchair Sports Alberta (Canada)
WSAWeb Site Administrator
WSAWelsh Socialist Alliance
WSAWall Street Analytics, Inc.
WSAWomen's Scuba Association
WSAWyzsza Szkola Agrobiznesu (Lomza, Poland)
WSAWhole School Assembly
WSAWow Strong Arms
WSAWilliams, Stern & Associates
WSAWahsatch Shooters Association
WSAWashington Shotokan Association
WSAWatercolor Society of America
WSAWashington Staffing Association
WSAWarfare Systems Architect
WSAWarwick Soccer Association (Rhode Island)
WSAWalking Start Address (reliability testing)
WSAWilliam Stucky & Associates Inc.
WSAWake-Sleep Algorithm
WSAWeapons Systems Analysis
WSAWeald School Association
WSAWinter Storm Alert
WSAWeb Services Authorization (Oasis)
WSAWork Statement and Authorization
WSAWebSphere Advanced Edition (IBM)
WSAWafer Slip Abnormality
WSAWeapon/Warfare Systems Acquisition/Architect
WSAWorld Sport Fighting Association
WSAWeather Sensing Antenna
WSAWhite Student Alliance
WSAWaveguide Slot Array
WSAWing Staff Agency (US DoD)
WSAWest of Scotland Advisory Council (UK)
WSAWire Sizing Amps
WSAWater Solutions for Africa, Inc. (New York)
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77) Numerous subsequent acts of Congress, (78) acting either pursuant to or in some cases without (79) recommendations by the executive branch, have expanded the National Wilderness Preservation System to its current size of over 109 million acres, comprising 757 individual wilderness areas in forty-four states and Puerto Rico.
The public lands listed below contain the 109 million acres of wilderness that have been set aside by the National Wilderness Preservation System.
Also in 1988 Congress approved the Washington Park Wilderness Act (Public Law 100-688) which made most of the North Cascades National Park Complex part of the National Wilderness Preservation system.
pushed for expanding the Wilderness Preservation System to include areas
The Wilderness Act, signed into law in 1964, created the National Wilderness Preservation System (NWPS).
Clinton, Hillary Rodham [NY] "Caribbean National Forest Act of 2005" A bill to designate certain National Forest System land in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico as a component of the National Wilderness Preservation System.
That area just happens to be the homeland of Howard Zahniser, author of the National Wilderness Preservation System Act of 1964, which began to protect 107 million acres of wilderness on federal lands across the country for future generations.
While there are plenty of examples of designated wilderness areas that are being loved to death (see "Way to Go," page 22) and far too many cases where wilderness foes are blocking efforts to protect any more pristine lands, the National Wilderness Preservation System remains a bulwark against paving from sea to shining sea.
In seeking the answers this election year, it's timely to remember that the Wilderness Act of 1964, which established the National Wilderness Preservation System, was a bipartisan effort.
Wednesday marks the 50th anniversary of the day President Lyndon Johnson signed the Wilderness Act, which established the National Wilderness Preservation System.
Among a long list of achievements, the author/activist led successful campaigns to block dams in the Grand Canyon and the Yukon, founded the League of Conservation Voters and Earth Island Institute, cofounded Friends of the Earth, and helped establish the National Wilderness Preservation System.
The National Wilderness Preservation System NWPS) was to be created from properties already owned and administered by the federal government.
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