PRW


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PRW

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) parents are watching
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PRW

Parents are watching
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As positive relationships at work (PRW) are concerned by different disciplines (e.g.
Data on the number of pycnidiospores in rainwater (PRW) and in Vaseline (PV) and on the number of ascospores in Vaseline (AV) were recorded.
We mainly investigate PRW on complex networks and make comparative study with SRW.
Thomas was forced to retire from playing but his financial plight was worsening, with his claim, made under PRW's group personal acci dent insurance policy, being rejected by the insurer Allianz.
Foram utilizadas 400 femeas da raca Plymouth Rock White (PRW) e 400 femeas da raca Plymouth Rock Barred (PRB), a partir de 16 semanas de idade.
After labor costs, energy costs are the second largest expense for PRW's, according the IARW's 2012 Productivity and Benchmarking Report.
2 and 1 on the PRW list, are multi-client operations.
publication's presence in the global plastics industry, "extends the Plastics News brand into a key region where we had been previously underrepresented," and provides the readers of PN, PRW, and EPN "better global coverage via an expanded network of experienced reporters and correspondents."
(SAW266) TONY SQUEGLIA - PRO-PHARMACEUTICALS INC (PRW).
The red car, registration number J135 PRW, was stolen from outside Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital between 4.30pm and 6pm last night.
Judging from information gathered by Public Research Works (PRW), a Texas environmental and government watchdog group, the grandfathered companies were eager to back Bush.
Notwithstanding Wordsworth's repeated and conspicuous characterization of his poetics as aimed at the recovery of "the primary laws of our nature" (PrW 122), it will not suffice to point to the abundance of generalization throughout the Preface as evidence for the text's purported cultural and ideological "interest," since it is precisely that conceptual generality which simultaneously complicates our search for specific evidence to support such a thesis.(11) Thus, rather than merely asserting that Wordsworth proposes notions of a somewhat suggestive generality, we may get on better by showing how his consistently generalizing rhetorical conduct effectively instantiates the identification of stylistic and poetic values with social and communal ones.