DWI


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DWI

abbr.
driving while intoxicated
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DWI

driving while intoxicated: often an official police abbreviation.
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Translations

DWI

(US Mot inf) abbr of driving while intoxicated; he got a DWIer ist betrunken am Steuer erwischt worden (inf)
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Imposing nonjudicial punishment in DWI cases frustrates this scheme.
Though some radiological features on conventional neuroimaging like intratumoral cystic change, hyperostosis of the adjacent skull, bony destruction, extracranial tumor extension through the skull base, arterial encasement, and peritumoral brain edema have been found to distinguish these two entities; no single feature has been found to be highly reliable.8 Diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) is a non-invasive technique, based on the measurement of water diffusion in tissues, which provides information about tissue microstructures, important in the grading of tumors before surgery.9
Commissioner Adduci said that "through the cooperation of state, federal and local governments, and law enforcement agencies across New York, there will be an unprecedented state wide DWI patrol in the near future," She said that the exact date of this pioneering effort against impaired and intoxicated driving will be announced just before it occurs."
There are several technical parameters as far as DWI acquisition is concerned.
The bill would allow conservation cops to make DWI arrests.
The man is a repeat DWI offender whose driver's license had been suspended in March 2018 and he was charged last November with drunk driving without a license, according to the city bureau.
The multiparametric detection and localization examination consisted of T1weighted (T1W) images, high-resolution (HR) T2WI, DWI, and DCEI.
It could eliminate the effects of gas and feces on image quality, especially on DWI [Figure 1]c.
"Dwi wedi gwneud dwsinau o ffrindiau a phob dydd dwi ar y platfform dwi'n gweld rhywun dwi'n ei nabod.
Given the lower rates of recurrent disease and ability to monitor the mastoid cavity in the outpatient setting, there is presently no clear role for the use of DWI in surveillance patients following CWD surgery.