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BWG

abbreviation for
(General Engineering) Birmingham Wire Gauge: a notation for the diameters of metal rods, ranging from 0 (0.340 inch) to 36 (0.004 inch)
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BWG provides comprehensive cloud server offerings, an advanced LiteCoin hashing super server BW-L21.
Thad Jones, partner at Quad-C said: When we invested in BWG, we saw an opportunity to consolidate the spa and bath components industry under the banner of an industry-leading brand powered by an exceptional management team.
A fair warning, though: BWG does not accept marriage proposals or breakup letters.
The figures showed BWG has supplied 52,440 bags of Tayto Cheese & Onion crisps to 14 different tuck shops - with the greatest demand at Cloverhill remand prison where 11,520 bags were supplied.
Under this deal, BWG will have to purchase a 'minimum initial order' of 100 units, valued at $2.
BWG Homes also said on Wednesday it had placed with new investors and existing stakeholders 34.
BWG is committed to a first class service on site, delivering products of a constant quality and a specialised portfolio of filler metals engineered to fulfill the quality and productivity demands of the pipeline industry.
29 December 2011 - Funds, managed by DNB Asset Management AS, sold on Wednesday a total 163,267 shares in Norwegian construction company BWG Homes ASA (OSL:BWG), thus reducing their stake to 4.
According to BWG managing director Willie O'Byrne, the label is aimed at "a gap in the market" and will be used for pre-packed beef, lamb, ham and poultry.
The company said that it has partnered with retail chain BWG Foods so that consumers can joined the network, or purchase airtime, in around 650 SPAR, SPAR Express, EUROSPAR, MACE and XL outlets in 500 towns and villages across Ireland.
BWG, which also owns the Bargain Booze wholesaler and supplies Spar-branded stores in south-west England, is being sold by Pernod Ricard.
The BWG has developed a specification for an extended (or third party) copy command and passed the specification to the SCSI/T1O standards group, which is in the process of approval.