STW

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AcronymDefinition
STWSave the World
STWStation Wagon
STWStammwürze (German beer ingredient)
STWStavropol (Russia)
STWSchool To Work
STWSomething to Wear
STWStraight to Work (various organizations)
STWShock the World
STWSeize the World (epilepsy charity)
STWSpread the Word
STWSuper Touren Wagen
STWStore Word
STWSmart Term for Windows
STWShare to Web
STWSevern Trent Water (England)
STWStiffness to Weight (factor or index; bicycle frames)
STWSewage Treatment Works
STWStay That Way
STWShogun Total War (gaming)
STWSearch the Web (newsgroup slang, similar to RTFM)
STWStrike Warfare
STWStandards of Training and Watchkeeping
STWStorm the Walls (band)
STWShort Term Work
STWShare the Wealth
STWSave the Whales
STWStandardized Work
STWShallow Tube Well (irrigation)
STWSet To Work
STWSurface Transverse Wave
STWServo Track Writer
STWShooting Times Westerner
STWShrinkTheWeb.com
STWSpeed Through the Water
STWSheer to Waist
STWStormwind (gaming)
STWSamsung Techwin Co, Ltd (Korea)
STWSee Through Walls (US Army)
STWStrike Warfare Commander
STWShimura-Taniyama-Weil conjecture (mathematics)
STWSex Trade Worker
STWScrewTurn Wiki (ScrewTurn Software)
STWSir Terry Wogan
STWScientific and Technical Writing (various universities)
STWSubject to Weather
STWSway the Way (band)
STWSingle Track World (Mountain Bike Magazine & Forum)
STWStar Trek Welcommittee
STWSearch the Wiki
STWSpecialist Training Wing
STWSurveillance and Threat Warning
STWSpread to Worst
STWScotland the What? (comedy trio)
STWSet Top Wonder (ATI video card)
STWSONAR Trainer Workstation
STWSales to Wholesalers (Beer Industry)
STWSpam the Web
STWStanley Warner Corporation (stock symbol)
STWShear Transverse Wave (frequency resonance)
STWSpecial Test Weight
STWShot the Wiz (musician)
References in classic literature ?
I made no ado, but set to work on the biscuits at once, while the white-haired man helped Montgomery to release about a score more of the rabbits.
After a while she remembered that she still held the pieces of mushroom in her hands, and she set to work very carefully, nibbling first at one and then at the other, and growing sometimes taller and sometimes shorter, until she had succeeded in bringing herself down to her usual height.
Presently the rats came back and set to work to make him into a dumpling.
She, on her part, promised to marry me as soon as I could earn enough money to build a better house for her; so I set to work harder than ever.
And they flew down into the ashes; and the little doves put their heads down and set to work, pick, pick, pick; and then the others began pick, pick, pick; and they put all the good grain into the dishes, and left all the ashes.
And it was a blow, too, since we could not tell in what quarter the wind might rise again; but Juag and I set to work to paddle the remaining distance.
All hands now set to work cutting down trees, clearing away thickets, and marking out the place for the residence, storehouse, and powder magazine, which were to be built of logs and covered with bark.
He acknowledged no acquaintances but saw in all these men only brothers, and burned with impatience to set to work with them.
Staff and children from Crossroads Care at Leeds Road were delighted to welcome TV star Karen who set to work to transform the old dining room table into a thing of fun using well known cartoon characters
Black Books: Dreaming of Michelin stars and critical acclaim, Manny and Bernard set to work transforming the bookshop into a restaurant and Fran decides to hang out with her exotic cousins.
As a laboratory superintendent, Davy set to work studying the properties of nitrous oxide.
But not wishing to eschew red meats altogether, this kitchen chemist set to work concocting a simple way to extract their deleterious lipids.