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DWDoctor Who (British TV sci-fi series)
DWDreamweaver (web design program)
DWDrinking Water (various organizations)
DWData Warehouse
DWDisney World
DWDeutsche Welle (German Radio and TV Station)
DWDynasty Warriors (game)
DWDon't Worry
DWDeep Water
DWDishwasher
DWDragon Warrior (video game)
DWDiakonisches Werk (German: Diaconate; church organization)
DWDry Weight
DWDeadman Wonderland (manga series)
DWDeadliest Warrior (TV)
DWDwayne Wade (basketball player)
DWDarrell Waltrip (former NASCAR driver)
DWDumb Waiter (various companies)
DWDomestic Water
DWDigimon World (game)
DWDigital Watch
DWDoo Wop
DWDry Wall (construction)
DWDrum Workshop, Inc.
DWDurbin-Watson (test statistic)
DWDark Wizard (gaming)
DWDouble Word
DWDarkWing (cartoon)
DWDead Weight
DWDear Wife
DWDirty Weekend
DWDavid West (basketball player)
DWDark Water (cartoon)
DWDeadly Weapon
DWDameware (remote system management software)
DWDocuware (document management System)
DWDry Well
DWData Window (PowerBuilder)
DWDitch Witch (trenching machine made by Charles Machine Works, Inc.)
DWData Word
DWDefine Word (assembly language directive)
DWDreamWorks SKG
DWDevon Werkheiser (actor)
DWDown Wind (aviation weather)
DWDouble Window
DWDisc World (books by Terry Pratchett)
DWDemineralized Water
DWDamage Waiver
DWDeutsche Welthungerhilfe
DWDouble Wishbone (suspension)
DWDark Warrior (gaming)
DWDominion Wars (Star Trek)
DWDesign Win
DWDisplayWrite (IBM)
DWDoomworld (website)
DWDrain Wire (electricity)
DWDajuan Wagner (NBA player)
DWDynamic Walking
DWDarryl Waltrip (NASCAR driver)
DWDora Winifred (Arthur cartoon)
DWDiagonally to Wall (dance technique)
DWDigital warriors (CZ game clan)
DWDialable Wideband
DWweight-average particle size
DWDemocracywatch (Bangladesh)
DWDrunk Warrior (gaming clan)
DWDraconian Winter (band)
DWDaughters of Wisdom, St. Montfort (religious order)
DWDetroit and Western Railroad
DWDim Wit
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Add to these the dead weight of a top-heavy bureaucracy, too orientated towards procedure and power rather than results (one of the worst legacies of the British Raj) and one can understand the frustration of eager businessmen.
Silence was the appropriate response to the dead weight of prescription pried on medieval women: how to walk, how to think, how to be a good wife, how to serve God, how to eat and drink, how to dress.
But in a moral vacuum, the Democrats deserve to drop of their own dead weight.
The poet's happiness in communing with the bird is contrasted with the dead weight of human grief and sickness and the transience of youth and beauty.
There's ample recent precedent for them to fear the disabled will be the "dead weight" that gets tossed overboard.
Built in 2018, the 820-foot-long, 144-foot-wide ProStar, with a crew of 23 and a summer dead weight tonnage of 115,000 tons, is the first Aframax vessel to visit the Port.
During 2014 bulk carriers equaling 16 million dead weight tons (DWT) were sold for demolition, down from more than 23 million DWT in 2013.
A new promo released (watch it below) tells about what will happen on "The Walking Dead" Season 4 Episode 7, "Dead Weight."
He hit the floor as a dead weight. He was able to answer questions but not in the right way."
The FH series of hardness testers includes load cell based systems offering enhanced test results over dead weight loading units.
Nordic Tankers now has six fully-owned tankers, namely five Handysize ships of 37,000 dead weight tonnes (dwt) and one LR1 ship of 73,000 dwt.
But boot camp seems to have helped, with the most effective exercisebeing the one that gave her the strength to lose several stones of dead weight.