WIP


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WIP

1. work in process.
2. work in progress.
References in classic literature ?
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WiP First came into public view in 1985, with a campaignin support of draftees jailed for refusing to take the army oath because of its pro-Soviet content and for refusing military service altogether.
* CBS Philadelphia sports franchise WIP went viral when it posted a video of New Jersey Governor Christ Christie losing his chair when he visited for an interview.
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The Percent WIP Group is a well-established international fashion company whose fashion brands are some of the hottest brands in China and Europe.
Judges including WiP branch chairwoman Carol Nisbet described her as "very engaging, with great academic achievements".
* Work-in-process (WIP): the number of entities residing in the system at the same time
Participating communities post WIP signs at its available parking spaces.
Under City Councilor Pilar Braga, committee chairperson on Education, the draft ordinance provides that the MOA is relative to affiliation of their caregiving SHS student through the WIP with centers supervised and managed by the said office such as the Co Su Gian Home for the Aged and the City Minding Center.
"As a company founded and based in Philadelphia, Entercom is thrilled to continue our broadcast partnership with our hometown Eagles and WIP," said Field.
Ms Moleketi was speaking in Nairobi during the launch of a Women in Parliament (WIP) Council on property rights.