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LW

abbr.
1. Sports
a. left wing
b. left winger
2. low water
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Lw

the chemical symbol for
(Chemistry) lawrencium (now superseded by Lr)

LW

abbreviation for
1. (Broadcasting) radio long wave
2. (Physical Geography) low water
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Translations

LW

N ABBR (Rad) =long waveOL f
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LW

[ˌɛlˈdʌbəljuː] abbr (=long wave) → GO
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LW

abbr of long waveLW
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LW

abbr (Radio) =long waveO.L. =onde lunghe
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The research team sequenced DNA from HWS, LWS, and the eight breeds generally considered to have been used to develop the White Plymouth Rock.
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Local Wildlife Sites are not mentioned in the proposals and, as the NPPF has to be used by local planners when making decisions about new developments, all protection for LWS may be lost.
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Fifty ear samples from LWs were randomly collected at the Dalingshan Food Company, Dongguan, China.
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In 2012-2013 the college is offering four options on the LWS 4 pathway (though further pathways will be developed according to learner interest and suitability): catering, textiles ('furniture rescue'), sport and horticulture.
"I see no need for the traditional pocket gun; if I want to carry a more effective gun than a .32 LWS, I'll just have to go to a full size gun." Or "The .32 Silvertip hits like a +p .38 snubby"--and so on.
anti-dumping (AD) duties and countervailing (CWD) duties on the following Chinese products: (1) circular welded carbon steel pipe (CWP); (2) pneumatic off-the-road tires (OTR); (3) light-walled rectangular pipe and tube (LWR); and (4) laminated woven sacks (LWS).