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AcronymDefinition
WIWithin
WIWisconsin (US postal abbreviation)
WIWireless
WIWeb Intelligence
WIWriting Intensive
WIWomen's Institute
WIWeb Interface (computer science)
WIWestern Sahara
WIWork Items
WIWhat If?
WIWest Indies
WIWrought Iron
WIWeld(ing) Inspector
WIWirtschaftsinformatik (German)
WIWorking Interest
WIWhitehead Institute (Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Cambridge, MA)
WIWallops Island (Virginia)
WIWaste Incineration (EU)
WIWageningen International
WIWomen's Initiative (American University)
WIWhen Issued (stocks)
WIWhen Issued
WIWoodwork Institute (formerly Woodwork Institute of California)
WIWater Injection (oil industry)
WIWater Intrusion
WIWeight Indicator (various companies)
WIWinrock International
WIWipro Infotech
WIWeapons Inspector
WIWine Institute
WIWork Instruction
WIWater Index
WIWilliams International
WIWrite Image
WIWeyl Invariance (physics)
WIWaterloo Industries
WIWork Input (simple machines)
WIWarm Ischemia
WIWeekly Indemnity (refers to short term disability insurance)
WIWaveform Interpolation
WIWorkforce Informer (various organizations)
WIWeak Infeed
WIWing Intelligence
WIWave Injector
WIWarsaw Initiative
WIWeapon Initiator
WIWhurl Interactive (software)
WIWomen's Reserve Intelligence Duties (US Navy)
WIWarfighter's Internet
References in classic literature ?
Numerous soundings were carefully taken by Captain Fitz Roy on the steep outside of Keeling atoll, and it was found that within ten fathoms, the prepared tallow at the bottom of the lead, invariably came up marked with the impression of living corals, but as perfectly clean as if it had been dropped on a carpet of turf; as the depth increased, the impressions became less numerous, but the adhering particles of sand more and more numerous, until at last it was evident that the bottom consisted of a smooth sandy layer: to carry on the analogy of the turf, the blades of grass grew thinner and thinner, till at last the soil was so sterile, that nothing sprang from it.
It was during one of my lonely journeyings, amid a far distant region of mountain locked within mountain, and sad rivers and melancholy tarn writhing or sleeping within all -- that I chanced upon a certain rivulet and island.
It ought to be considered as a great point gained in favor of humanity, that a period of twenty years may terminate forever, within these States, a traffic which has so long and so loudly upbraided the barbarism of modern policy; that within that period, it will receive a considerable discouragement from the federal government, and may be totally abolished, by a concurrence of the few States which continue the unnatural traffic, in the prohibitory example which has been given by so great a majority of the Union.
It was evident that her eyes did not see Princess Mary but were looking within...
Perchance some faint rumour of me may have leaked within the confines of your hellish abode."
The outlaw now called to Shandy and his men, telling them to remain on watch, but to interfere with no one within the castle.
It was a joyous reception the little party received when the blacks within the BOMA saw the long file of fettered friends and relatives enter the firelight.
Astor became proprietor of one half of the Indian establishments and goods which the Mackinaw Company had within the territory of the Indian country in the United States, and it was understood that the whole was to be surrendered into his hands at the expiration of five years, on condition that the American Company would not trade within the British dominions.
All was still within. He listened intently for some slight sound which might lead him to the victim he sought, or warn him from the apartment of the girl or that of von Horn--his business was with Professor Maxon.
Nor is possibility alone sufficient to justify us; we must keep likewise within the rules of probability.
He fingered the pouch, feeling out the shapes and sizes of the precious, little nodules within. He hefted the bag, first in one palm, then in the other, and at last he wheeled his chair slowly around before the table, and in the rays of his small lamp let the glittering gems roll out upon the rough wood.
They would thus have brought the moon to within a distance (apparent) of less than