watt-second

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watt-sec·ond

(wŏt′sĕk′ənd)
n. Abbr. WS or W-s
A unit of energy equal to the work done by one watt acting for one second, equivalent to 1 joule.
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Boss W-S, you may recall, suffered more than a few slings and arrows at the NH Dems' convention last month because of her insistence/edict that there be only six Dem prez debates this go-round.
But, as with everything debate-related nowadays, the uninvitation quickly boomeranged on Boss W-S, with the Bernie Sanders campaign quickly offering TG a ticket to attend.
The funny bit is that Boss W-S is obviously doing this either at the behest of, or at least to make it easier for, the Hill.