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AcronymDefinition
WONSWireless On-Demand Network Systems and Services
WONSWeeds of National Significance (Australia)
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From a forwards' point of view they have guys like Ben Franks who is a World Cup winner with New Zealand, Petrus du Plessis who has won trophies with Saracens, Ofisa Treviranus who carries well in the back row and we've identified a number of threats within their ranks.
A mTc tambem colabora com essas caracteristicas, pois e seca no inverno em sua origem (a regiao do Chaco paraguaio e Pantanal) e nao adquire umidade enquanto se desloca (ANUNCIACAO, 1984; WONS, 1982).
WONS there wos a litul old lade and a litul old man and they livd in a cotig.
The payments, made in dollars, were largely converted to South Korean wons in April 2008, when $1 was worth about 1,002 won.
One British pound (GBP) is worth approximately 1,937 South Korean wons (KRW).
Kogas relies almost entirely on gas distribution for income, therefore, it will focus its investment on development of an LNG storage tank, which will cost around 700 billion wons.
William Lakin, from Cradley Heath, explains how he wons thousands of pounds in compensation after his mortgage failed to live up to expectations.
A break of 53, and another of 28, took him to a 92-20 win over Lindley Liberal Club's James Scholefield as Police wons 4-0.
Martin Wons, export manager at meat company Kupfer, thinks playing down the Germanness of its products has brought it some success.
The real price (P) is the retail price of a pack of cigarettes including taxes in 1990 wons.