WNW


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WNW

abbr.
west-northwest
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WNW

symbol for
(Navigation) west-northwest
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WNW

west-northwest.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.WNW - the compass point midway between west and northwest
compass point, point - any of 32 horizontal directions indicated on the card of a compass; "he checked the point on his compass"
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Translations
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WNW

ABBR =west-northwestONO
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WNW

abbr of west-north-west → WNW
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References in classic literature ?
This made us all run out upon the quarter-deck, where for a while we heard nothing; but in a few minutes we saw a very great light, and found that there was some very terrible fire at a distance; immediately we had recourse to our reckonings, in which we all agreed that there could be no land that way in which the fire showed itself, no, not for five hundred leagues, for it appeared at WNW. Upon this, we concluded it must be some ship on fire at sea; and as, by our hearing the noise of guns just before, we concluded that it could not be far off, we stood directly towards it, and were presently satisfied we should discover it, because the further we sailed, the greater the light appeared; though, the weather being hazy, we could not perceive anything but the light for a while.
The late summer daily moisture balance values for Beringian SSW slopes fall between those for present-day WNW and NNE slopes, but values for Beringian slopes were less negative during the early growing season (Fig.
The radios used both the WNW and the SRW waveforms, Ager said.
The England caretaker boss WNw wo wh It has become a loose tradition for the skipper to appear at the England press conference the day before a game.
Enabled with a preliminary version of the Internet Protocol-capable Wideband Networking Waveform (WNW) capability, the AMF JTRS radio transmitted Maritime command and control applications data, messages, live streaming video, and real-time situational awareness data from the shipboard network to another shipboard workstation.
Fidler's description leaves little doubt as to where they crossed on this occasion: "This river runs in short crooked reaches of 1/4 and 1/3 mile each and when the main course runs nearly ESE & WNW, as I could determine, a stony shore where we crossed and only two feet deep." There is only one area where the Red Deer "runs in short crooked reaches" and a study of the map will show that it is just north of the presentday city of Red Deer in townships 38 and 39 in ranges 26 and 27, west of the fourth meridian.
With the WNW, Soldiers use the Network Integration Kit which integrates radios with computer-based applications and can be mounted directly into a platform.
Grygar and Vavro (1995) documented the dextral late-Variscan and Post-Variscan strike-slip kinematics along the Sudetic WNW trending.
The Wideband Networking Waveform (WNW), a critical capability of the Joint Tactical Radio System, successfully demonstrated its validated design and tactical utility June 3 and 4 during a multi-node demonstration with senior service and Department of Defense officials at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic, Charleston, S.C.
A further large hedgerow prominence was seen on the WNW limb as well as a bright eruptive prominence/flare at the SW limb.
Depressed homeo wnw ers will be delighted to see this on the box.