AWRE


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AWRE

abbreviation for
(Military) Atomic Weapons Research Establishment
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(14) Graham Stone, Chris Awre, and Paul Stainthorp, "UK open access life cycle," (2015) http://dx.doi.org/10.5920/UKQA.2015
20 Hawley Street was acquired and redeveloped from office space to luxury student housing in 2011 by AWRE. Located in the heart of downtown Binghamton, the student housing complex is nine stories, 167,000 square feet and is nearing full occupancy for the 2014/2015 academic year.
The oldest marsh (high marsh, Rumney Formation) dates from not earlier than the late-seventeenth century; next, an intermediate marsh (Awre Formation) was initiated prior to 1880; and more recently, a low marsh (Northwick Formation) began to form some time before 1945 (Allen and Rae 1987).
This is typified in artist filmmaker Emily Richardson's Cobra Mist (2008), a short film produced for Channel 4, which presents a voiceless and textless meditation on the AWRE bunkers and their shingle-spit natural surroundings.
Aware is a publicly held company (Nasdaq: AWRE) based in Bedford, Massachusetts.
The cathedral's fund-raising manager Stephen Awre said: "A large crack appeared suddenly overnight in the corner near the tower.
Coleri, and P.Varaiya, "QoS awre adaptive resource allocation techniques for fair scheduling in OFDMA based broadband wireless access systems," IEEE Trans.
He said: "At the moment he is the one and only suspect, we awre not looking for anyone else.
More recently, the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set of 15 metadata elements was developed as a common metadata vocabulary to facilitate interoperability and information sharing on the Internet (Brand et al., 2003; Awre, 2004; Stranack, 2006; Heatley, 2007).
(2002) "System's Requirements: Once captured, are slaughtered", AWRE 2002 Incubator Study, Vol.
Ingram and Awre (2005) review the literature on RSS, including its use as a portal (Clark, 2001), a way for librarians to evaluate and recommend websites (Spence, 2004), a way of filtering and customizing information delivery (Arnold, 2004), and a means of viewing relevant information in a succinct format (Moffat, 2003; Hammond et al., 2004).
He joined the British fusion programme in 1956 at the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment (AWRE).