MLW


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MLW

abbr.
mean low water

MLW

mean low water.
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The meeting was informed that Mining Labour, being low paid class of the society, is provided free-of-cost education in MLW Schools and their children are granted stipends on annual basis as well as.
The meeting was informed that Mining Labour, being low-paid class of the society, is provided free-of-cost education in MLW Schools and their children are granted stipends on annual basis as well as.
At the MLW site near the north shore, the land influence is evidenced by the large H during a few midday periods (DOY 155-157) when wind blew from the shore.
Although MLW Advertising is purchasing indoor billboard equipment and advertising contracts from Fly-N-Hog, they will be utilizing digital signage software developed by Aurora Technologies.
Another reason why Free (2008) is skeptical that the MLW model will become economically viable for songwriters is that he envisions, "Artists are not going to have $500 an hour to employ lawyers to pound out agreements that will look after their interests.
This new slip would be cut into Elba Island and would be 1,615 feet in length, 1,350 feet in width at the entrance tapering down to 735 feet, and dredged to -42 feet MLW (3.
In Proceedings of the International Society for the Systems Science Annual Conference, Hall MLW (ed.
The MLW Series of lighted, snap-in, rugged, illuminated rocker devices feature a stainless steel housing to prevent corrosion, unique stainless steel retaining clips to ensure secure mounting over a diverse range of panel thicknesses even when exposed to vibration, and an interlocking actuator that prevents switch failure due to jamming or window locking.
The MLW Series of rugged illuminated snap-in switches features stainless steel housings and retaining clips, an interlocking actuator that prevents switch failure due to jamming or window locking, built-in protective covers to shield against dust, and epoxy sealed lug terminals.
Although not of recent origin, it was only in 1994 that multilaminar wood, also known as MLW (previously called pre-composed or recomposed wood), was officially standardized with the publication of the Italian standard UNI 10396: Multilaminar Wood: Terms and Definitions (UNI 1994).