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WTRWater
WTRWriter
WTRWar Tax Resistance
WTRWork the Room (software)
WTRWrite to Read
WTRWrite Recovery Time
WTRWireless Technology Research
WTRWalker, Texas Ranger (TV show)
WTRWithholding Tax Ruling (Arizona)
WTRWorld Trade Review (World Trade Organization)
WTRWestern Test Range
WTRWork to Residence (visa; New Zealand)
WTRWait To Restore
WTRWomen That Rock
WTRWorking Time Regulation (UK)
WTRWerkgroep Traumarevalidatie (Dutch)
WTRWith-The-Rule Astigmatism
WTRWaist-to-Tallness Ratio (cardiovascular risk assessment)
WTRWork Time Registration
WTRWestinghouse Test Reactor
WTRWoody, Tony, & Ravey (radio morning show)
WTRWalk to Read (reading intervention program)
WTRWhite Tail Resort (Ivor, VA)
WTRWant to Race
WTRWeekly Time Reporting
WTRWind Tunnel Road
WTRWeapons Test Range
WTRWelterusten (Dutch: sleep well)
WTRWilliam T Riker (Star Trek character)
WTRWell to Right (of course)
WTRWartime Training Requirement
WTRWillingness to Return (consumer satisfaction rating)
WTRWireless Telegraphy Register (UK)
WTRWrightsville and Tennville Railroad
References in classic literature ?
The plan the writer had for the raising of his bed was forgotten and later the carpenter did it in his own way and the writer, who was past sixty, had to help himself with a chair when he went to bed at night.
12} The reader will note the extreme care which the writer takes to make it clear that none of the suitors were allowed to sleep in Ulysses' house.
But the writer of the article in question goes on to point out, with insight and justice, that for a great number of people (20,000, I think he says) it is a means of livelihood - that it is, in his own words, an industry.
All right," said the Writer of Fables, in a whisper; "but for goodness' sake speak lower.
which is proposed by him will do as well as any other); for a writer of fiction, and especially a writer who, like Plato, is notoriously careless of chronology, only aims at general probability.
Saintsbury's book--a writer who has dealt with all the perturbing influences of our century in a manner as classical, as idiomatic, as easy and elegant, as Steele's:
should be remitted to the epitaph writer, or to some poet who may condescend to hitch him in a distich, or to slide him into a rhime with an air of carelessness and neglect, without giving any offence to the reader.
The writer grunted doubtfully, but took a stamp out of his desk, sealed the letter, handed it over to Kim, and departed.
In passing, I may say that Rataziaev is not only a supreme writer, but also a man of upright life--which is more than can be said for most writers.
Of short-stories he is the most powerful recent writer, as witness 'The Man Who Would Be King,' 'The Man Who Was,' 'Without Benefit of Clergy,' and
When she came to know writers it was like adventuring upon a stage which till then she had known only from the other side of the footlights.
The writer has given only a faint shadow, a dim picture, of the anguish and despair that are, at this very moment, riving thousands of hearts, shattering thousands of families, and driving a helpless and sensitive race to frenzy and despair.