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GW

abbr.
gigawatt
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gw

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Guinea-Bissau
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GW

or Gw,

gigawatt.
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GW

Good work
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Release date- 16082019 - Miami, FL - The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the foremost gathering of international leaders in the $4.2 trillion global wellness economy, today announced the location of the 2019 GWS will move from Hong Kong to Singapore.
This photo provided by GWS Auctions shows a personal stretch limousine that belonged to Elvis Presley.
In particular, GWS network test specialists measured how well the mobile networks managed the surge in connectivity and social media traffic from the 750,000 estimated music fans that attended this popular event in Indio, California.
GWS looks to help businesses in strengthening their business models, business model innovation and technology with the aim to create, capture, deliver, receive and consume new techno-business model ecosystems through cross-/inter-disciplinary research and collaboration.
A statement issued by the GWS, under the theme 'Save vultures, Save our garbage collectors', to observe the International Vulture Awareness Day (IVAD) 2018 in Ghana, expressed concern about the menace.
It wasn't clear if Jackson really wore the shoes during his live performance, but GWS assumes that he did because of how the late singer valued the pair.
Most GWS victims were reservists, while most in-theater personnel were on active duty.
(GWS) has recently evaluated mobile performance on US highways to determine how well each operator's network performed.
Noting that the term stillbirth describes babies with no heart beat or spontaneous respiration at birth, who do not respond to resuscitation for 20 minutes, who have completed [greater than or equal to]22 GWs, and/or weigh [greater than or equal to]500 g (10), during this study, it was noted that death certificate forms were also completed for fetuses aged 20 GW and below in the province of Istanbul, and these fetuses were buried in cemeteries; there is no clear period for stillbirths in the Health Legislation in our country.
Therefore, effective monitoring of groundwater storage (GWS) variations is important for groundwater management.