WSSP

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WSSPWashington State Sheep Producers (Ellensburg, Washington)
WSSPWeapon(s) System Support Program
WSSPWest Sussex Structure Plan (UK)
WSSPWater Sector Support Project (Yemen and Tanzania)
WSSPWelded Stainless Steel Pipe
WSSPWakulla Springs State Park (Florida)
WSSPWater Supply and Sanitation Program (various development organizations)
References in classic literature ?
Fourtou's challenge, and authorizes me to propose Plessis-Piquet as the place of meeting; tomorrow morning at daybreak as the time; and axes as the weapons.
Again and again Werper struggled to draw his weapon.
No warrior lives who could hurl a weapon so great a distance.
And in these disastrous times, when the ingenuity of man has multiplied the power of weapons of war, it was possible that, without the knowledge of others, a State might try to work such a formidable engine.
The Miller pressed furiously forward, dealing blows with either end of his weapon alternately, and striving to come to half-staff distance, while Gurth defended himself against the attack, keeping his hands about a yard asunder, and covering himself by shifting his weapon with great celerity, so as to protect his head and body.
Against the dark background of their olive skins their tusks stand out in a most striking manner, making these weapons present a singularly formidable appearance.
So too, like Voltaire in his time, uninvited defenders of the law of inevitability today use that law as a weapon against religion, though the law of inevitability in history, like the law of Copernicus in astronomy, far from destroying, even strengthens the foundation on which the institutions of state and church are erected.
This man is a pretender, and ignorant, else he had known that that weapon can be used in but eight bouts only, and then it vanisheth away to its home under the sea.
She had not gone far before she commenced to realize how slight were her chances for survival without means of defense or a weapon to bring down meat.
Every day they exercised themselves in the use of their weapons, so as to qualify themselves for military duty, and at night ensconced themselves in their fortress and posted sentinels, to guard against surprise.
The weapon he held straight up in front of him with blade erect, so that he might either bring it down with a swinging blow, or by a turn of the heavy blade he might guard his own head and body.
I seem to have read that a sawed-off shotgun is a weapon used in some parts of America.