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WI

abbr.
1. or W.I. West Indies
2. Wisconsin

WI

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) West Indian
2. (Peoples) West Indian
3. (Placename) West Indies
4. (Placename) Wisconsin
5. (Social Welfare) (in Britain) Women's Institute

WI

Wisconsin.

W.I.

1. West Indian.
2. West Indies.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.WI - a midwestern state in north central United StatesWI - a midwestern state in north central United States
middle west, Midwest, midwestern United States - the north central region of the United States (sometimes called the heartland or the breadbasket of America)
U.S.A., United States, United States of America, US, USA, America, the States, U.S. - North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776
Appleton - a town in eastern Wisconsin
Eau Claire - a town in west central Wisconsin
Green Bay - a city of eastern Wisconsin on an arm of Lake Michigan
La Crosse - a town in western Wisconsin on the Mississippi River
capital of Wisconsin, Madison - capital of the state of Wisconsin; located in the southern part of state; site of the main branch of the University of Wisconsin
Milwaukee - largest city of Wisconsin; located in southeastern Wisconsin on the western shore of Lake Michigan; a flourishing agricultural center known for its breweries
Racine - a city in southeastern Wisconsin on Lake Michigan to the south of Milwaukee
Superior - a town in northwest Wisconsin on Lake Superior across from Duluth
Watertown - a town in southeastern Wisconsin
Wausau - a town in north central Wisconsin
Fox River - a river in Wisconsin that flows into Lake Michigan
Wisconsin, Wisconsin River - a tributary of the Mississippi River in Wisconsin
Translations

WI

A. ABBR
1. =West Indies
2. (US) =Wisconsin
B. N ABBR (Brit) =Women's InstituteIM m
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In: Wied GL, Keebler CM, Koss LG, Reagan JW, editors.
And although Malta naturally provides the opportunity for maritime pursuits - at an elongated 95 square miles one can never be more than half-an-hour from the sea, and a short trip by motorboat through the breakwater which hits the craggy coastline at Wied iz-Zurrieq and brings you face to rock-face with the brilliantly lit, phosphorescent waters of the Blue Grotto is one of the island's most stunning natural features - its main attractions primarily engage the visitor on a more sensory and cerebral level.
Empathic skills are related to sex, age, aggressive behavior, and teachers' and parents' attitudes (de Kemp, Overbeek, de Wied, Engels, & Scholte, 2007; Hanko, 2002; Hoffman, 2000; Jolliffe & Farrington, 2006; Koksal Akyol, Oguz, & Yildiz Bicakci, 2007; Larden, Melin, Holst, & Langstrom, 2006; Strayer & Roberts, 2004).
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Nevertheless, Melanchthon did not recommend the book and sent a warning to Henry VIII and also to Herman of Wied, the Archbishop of Cologne who supported Gropper and other reform-oriented Catholics at his court.
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A high density of vasopressin receptors has been revealed in a number of mammal brain areas involved in vocalization (Boyd, 1997; Brudzynski, Eckersdorf, & Golebiewski, 1995; Voorhuis, Kloet, & Wied, 1988).
de Wied and colleagues argued that this effect is not simply a demand effect since judgements about the entertainment value of the film were unaffected.