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WO

abbr.
1. warrant officer
2. wideout

wo

(wəʊ)
n, pl wos
an archaic spelling of woe

WO

abbreviation for
1. (Military) War Office
2. (Military) Warrant Officer
3. (Telecommunications) wireless operator

WO

or W.O.,

Warrant Officer.

w/o

without.
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DDNs newly released WOS data protection offering, Extended ObjectAssure, expands customer choice of protection methods, resulting in the industrys widest variety of data-protection options.
Under the terms of an agreement between EAPA and CGP, an annual industry-wide aggregate report, including pre and post WOS data across EAP settings, will be available as a member benefit exclusively to all EAPA members, beginning in January 2016.
WOS president Iolo Williams is concerned it could lead to a longterm decline of some species.
Furthermore, classic characteristics of Chinese people, such as being face-saving, tolerant, and inward-looking tend to make WOS more pernicious in Chinese than in Western organizations (Huang & Hu, 2004).
However, WOS is an incomplete resource for women's studies topics because it does not index numerous important women's studies journals, among them Journal of Lesbian Studies, Feminist Media Studies, Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, Politics & Gender, NWSA Journal/Feminist Formations, Gender in Management, Gender & Language, Gender & History, Yale Journal of Law and Feminism (or most other law reviews focusing on women/gender/feminism), Women & Performance, Women in Judaism^ and Women's Studies Quarterly* Since we have better tools, such as the database Women's Studies International, for capturing women's studies publishing, this gap in WOS coverage is mainly of passing annoyance (as in, "Gee, why don't they include these journals?
The WOS cloud has no single points of failure and multiple self-healing capabilities to maintain delivery of content under all conditions, the company said.
FTI says this WOS is best suited to Statoil's standardized subsea equipment and will enhance the overall performance of the rig.