WRNS


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WRNS

abbreviation for
(Military) Women's Royal Naval Service. See also Wren1
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WRNS, who quickly became fondly known as Wrens, originally took on shore-based work and adopted the motto "Never at sea."
The WRNS was a much older and established service, but it was an auxiliary to the Navy, not an integral part of it as in Canada.
If C is a WRNS in Y and A [subset] B [subset] C then, [C.sub.WRNS](A, C) [less than or equal to] [C.sub.WRNS](A, B), and [C.sub.WRNS] (A, C) [less than or equal to] [C.sub.WRNS](B, C).
Design team: WRNS Studio (architect); Interface Engineering Inc., (mechanical and electrical engineer); Thornton Tomasetti (structural engineer); BFS Landscape Architects (landscape design); Sandis (civil engineer); XL Construction Corp., (construction manager/ general contractor)
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Early in World War II, Mom and two other Wrens [members of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS)] were walking along a country road that passed next to an airfield when a German bomber attacked the field.
Members of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS ervice W ) meet on the last Thursday of each month, to enjoy a lunch in each other's company, and reminisce about their time in the war.
The awards, given by the Arkansas Hospital Association and the Arkansas Society for Healthcare Marketing & Public Relations, recognized the team for its work on the WRNS website and the White River Medical Center campus map design.
Tutor Perini Corporation declared that its subsidiary, Rudolph and Sletten along with design partner WRNS Studio has secured a design-build contract worth $94 million from the University of California, San Francisco for Mission Bay Block 25A Academic Building.
She joined the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) in 1939 and in the 1950s she was part of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS).
It was the Duchess of Kent, Commandant of the WRNS and, though her smart uniform was admired, it was her hair which created the sensation amongst the Wrens.