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kW

abbr.
kilowatt

kw

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Kuwait

kW

abbreviation for
(Units) kilowatt

kW

or kw,

kilowatt.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kW - a unit of power equal to 1000 wattskW - a unit of power equal to 1000 watts
power unit - a measure of electric power
watt, W - a unit of power equal to 1 joule per second; the power dissipated by a current of 1 ampere flowing across a resistance of 1 ohm
megawatt - a unit of power equal to one million watts
Translations
كيلو واط
kW
kW
kilovats
kilowatt

kW

kw ABBR =kilowatt(s)kw

kW

KW abbr (=kilowatt) → kW(= kilowatt)

kW

abbr of kilowatt(s) → kW

kw

abbr =kilowattkW

kw, kW

written abbreviation
kilowatt(s).
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For this, one would expect KWS to have a cautionary note to visitors, have a mordent warning system like electric bells and alarms and provide protective gear to tourists.
"L'operation de secours et de recherche continue pendant que nous contactons les proches des victimes pour partager les details de ce triste accident", a dit le KWS.
The search and rescue operation continues as we reach out to next of kin to share details of sad incident and plan together next course of action," KWS tweeted on Monday.
She said KWS rangers failed to respond to their plea.
KWS Cassia, the third most popular variety in the UK, has the highest score of 71.
I was very certain there was going to be a very big problem with those rhinos," said Nehemiah Rotich, a veteran conservationist and former KWS chairman.
United States-based provider of a range of pre-clinical and clinical laboratory services for the pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology sectors, Charles River Laboratories International, has acquired KWS BioTest, a United Kingdom-based contract research organisation that specialises in in vitro and in vivo discovery testing services for immuno-oncology, inflammation and allergy, autoimmune disease and antimicrobials, antivirals and vaccinology, it was reported on Friday.
KWS BioTest specialises in in vitro and in vivo discovery testing services for immuno-oncology and inflammatory and infectious diseases.
Foster, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Charles River, said, "The addition of KWS strategically expands Charles River's existing discovery capabilities in the field of immunology, which is critical given the importance of new therapies which harness the human immune system.
He said the ear-notching for monitoring rhino movements is being jointly done by KWS, Narok County and Tanzania National Parks (Tanapa).
"Plastic offers lots of advantages compared to current road structures, both in the construction and the maintenance of it," commented Rolf Mars, Director of KWS Infra.
She lauded HRH the Premier's support for the KWS and transforming its activities from campaigning to society level and moving in the right direction to achieve its noble objectives and belief in the importance of voluntary work, which is among the important features of the Bahraini people, and thanked the figures and institutions that have supported the KWS's humanitarian work that has introduced joy and happiness in the hearts of our children.