WTS

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AcronymDefinition
WTSWind Turbine Syndrome
WTSWanting to Sell
WTSWant To Sell
WTSWant to See
WTSWindows Terminal Server (Microsoft)
WTSWindows Task Scheduler (Microsoft Windows utility)
WTSWillits (Amtrak station code; Willits, CA)
WTSWind Turbine System (alternative energy technology)
WTSWaste Transfer Station
WTSWomen's Transportation Seminar
WTSWatch This Space
WTSWindows Terminal Services (Microsoft)
WTSWireless Temperature Sensor
WTSWeb Transaction Security
WTSWireless Transport Security
WTSWave Table Synthesis
WTSWorld Time Server
WTSWindows Terminal Server
WTSWilson's Temperature Syndrome (endocrinology)
WTSWeb Terrain Service
WTSWireless Telecommunications Symposium
WTSWesley Theological Seminary
WTSWorld Tour Soccer
WTSWork Truck Show (National Truck Equipment Association)
WTSWheel and Tire Set (bicycles)
WTSWant to Show (mathematics)
WTSWinebrenner Theological Seminary (Findlay, OH)
WTSWoodland Trust Scotland (UK)
WTSWater Treatment Station (filtration system)
WTSWireless Telephone System
WTSWorld Toilet Summit
WTSWorking Time Saved
WTSWanita Tuna Susila (Indonesian: Women Lacking in Morals; Prostitutes)
WTSWeb Translation System (BabelZilla)
WTSWeb Transaction Service
WTSWireless Telemetry System
WTSWaterloo Town Square (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)
WTSWhat's That Smell?
WTSWilson-Turner X-Linked Mental Retardation Syndrome
WTSWillingness to Sacrifice
WTSWishful Thinking Syndrome
WTSWaco Transit System
WTSWunderland Toast Society
WTSWeb Transport System
WTSWhat the Shizzle?
WTSWashington Tactical Switch
WTSWroclawskie Towarzystwo Sportowe (Poland)
WTSWastewater and Tank Systems
WTSWeapons Training Site
WTSWaupun Taxi System (Wisconsin)
References in periodicals archive ?
An objective of this review is to infer conclusions through weighing the evidence from this research about the theory of "Wind Turbine Syndrome" and this possible association.
New Yorkbased pediatrician Nina Pierpont argues in her book, Wind Turbine Syndrome, that turbines may produce sounds that can affect the mood of people nearby or cause physiological problems like insomnia, vertigo, headaches and nausea.
He said that lots of people have phoned to tell him, "It's ruining their lives - and it's genuine." The symptoms are similar to Wind Turbine Syndrome, which an American doctor, Nina Pierpoint, has identified in research in the USA which has received international attention.
And while there may be talk of noisy propellors and dead birds (and now the newest health scare Wind Turbine Syndrome) it really boils down to one simple question.