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AcronymDefinition
RAWRead and Write
RAWReading and Writing
RAWRobert Anton Wilson
RAWReady and Willing
RAWRead-After-Write
RAWRules As Written (roleplaying games)
RAWRight Angle Weave (beadwork stitch)
RaWRadio Warwick (student radio station; University of Warwick; UK)
RAWAirways Resistance (respiratory mechanics parameter)
RAWRuderklub Am Wannsee (rowing club, Berlin, Germany)
RAWRaw Architecture Workstation
RAWReggae Ambassadors Worldwide
RAWRemedial Action Workplan
RAWRear Axle Weight
RAWResearch & Analysis Wing
RAWRapid American Withdrawal
RAWRevenue Anticipation Warrants
RAWRifleman's Assault Weapon
RAWReal Action Wrestling
RAWReconfigurable Architecture Workstation
RAWRouting and Assignment of Wavelength
RAWRisk Analyst Workbench
RAWRosa Antifa Vienna
RAWRutger Accounting Web
RAWReconnaissance Attack Wing
RAWReliability Achievement Worth
RAWRetrieval Application Website
RAWReduction of Administrative Workload
RAWRaunchy Asian Women (play by Diana Son)
RAWReno Alliance of Wrestlers
RAWRapid Analytical Wargaming (US DoD)
RAWRandall & Walsh Associates (UK)
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The other factor that can impact raw material prices outside of oil prices is supply tightness.
Digital SLRs, mirrorless cameras and high-end compact cameras all come with raw capabilities, as the camera industry caters to photo enthusiasts willing to pay for image quality.
While raw food has been eaten by humans for as long as they existed, the raw food movement as a health trend became a thing in the 1930s.
Raw Truth Living began in New York, NY and is owned by Elizabeth Harris who previously owned an event planning business, Event of The Year, on the 79th floor of One World Trade Center.
If you are unfamiliar with the raw food lifestyle, it essentially means that you eat fresh, nutrient-rich plant foods that have not been heat processed.
The 2001 report contains numerous references to medical journal articles that reported beneficial health effects when patients were given raw instead of pasteurized milk--but these articles appeared in the 1920s and 1930s, before pasteurizing milk became an institutionalized practice.
Restricting the sale of raw milk products is likely to reduce the number of outbreaks and can help keep people healthier," said Robert Tauxe, MD, MPH, deputy director of CDC's Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases.
According to the nutrition advocacy organization Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI,) 83 percent of milk foodborne illness outbreaks are from raw milk, yet an estimated 5 to 10 million Americans drink raw milk.
Aside from adding more color and flavor to your meal, a raw diet is shown to have possible health benefits for you.
In addition, the book features a section called "Random Recipes for a Raw Kitchen" with approximately 70 dishes.
Sydney, Feb 6 (ANI): Australian food authorities are determined to stamp out the sale of raw milk and raw-milk products, claiming it is a highly dangerous and illegal practice.
While critical raw materials are essential for the EU economy, their availability is increasingly under pressure - above all due to political reasons - says a new 85-page study drawn up for the European Commission by external consultants and published on 17 June.