WTW

(redirected from Wrestle The World)
AcronymDefinition
WTWWillis Towers Watson (various locations)
WTWWelfare-To-Work
WTWWhat's the Word (education)
WTWWissenschaftlich Technische Werkstätten (German: Scientific Technical Institute)
WTWWalk the Walk
WTWWorth the Wait
WTWWell to Wheels
WTWWater Treatment Works
WTWWell-To-Wheels (hybrid electric vehicle)
WTWWalk this Way
WTWWork, Training and Welfare (University of Milan; Italy)
WTWWoman to Woman (Boston)
WTWWalk Through Walls (glitch in a video game)
WTWWellness Tourism Worldwide (various locations)
WTWWaste to Wealth (Institute for Local Self-Reliance)
WTWWatamu Turtle Watch (Kenya)
WTWWafer to Wafer (variation)
WTWWhat the World (Internet slang)
WTWWarmte Terug Winning
WTWW.T.Woodson High School (Fairfax, Virginia)
WTWWild Turkey Wednesday
WTWWheel to Wheel (automotive)
WTWWildlife Trusts Wales
WTWWhat the What? (Internet slang)
WTWWrestle The World (Tom & Terry Brands, Iowa City, IA, USA)
WTWWhat the Waffle
References in periodicals archive ?
new zealand ROBBIE HUNTER-PAUL has a warning for rivals hoping to wrestle the World Cup from New Zealand's grasp.
Busquets, 24, has a deep love of Barcelona and the deal will take a huge amount of work to try to wrestle the World Cup winner away from the Nou Camp.
(And I'm just talking about the newsroom here, never mind the team) to wrestle the World Cup to Welsh soil and celebrate it fittingly.
FELIPE MASSA last night insisted Kimi Raikkonen would help him wrestle the world title from Lewis Hamilton's grasp.
Coulthard also insists he will be displaying the braveheart spirit as he attempts to wrestle the world championship initiative from McLaren team-mate Mika Hakkinen.
LEE WESTWOOD believes he is ready to wrestle the world No.1 spot off Tiger Woods.
The 28-year-old from Melbourne won the Swedish Grand Prix in Stockholm last month and will join the best riders from all over the world in South Wales tomorrow for the third round of the nine in the series as they attempt to wrestle the world title from Tony Rickardsson.
DAVID COULTHARD looked more like a down and out yesterday than the man most likely to wrestle the world drivers' crown from the all-conquering Michael Schumacher.