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hdw.

or hdwe.,

hardware.
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The Austrian astronomers for whom HDW 2 is named announced their discovery in the Mitteilungen der Astronomischen Gesellschaft Hamburg (Communications of the Astronomical Society of Hamburg) in 1983.
Bruce Dale gave an excellent overview on intensive management, and Todd Brinkman discussed how an HDW approach can inform Alaskan moose management in the future.
The 165-year-old HDW shipyard is the birthplace of the modern submarine and the yard where Nazi Germany built the U-boats that terrorised Allied ships in World War Two.
Country: Germany, Sector: Water TransportTarget: Blohm + Voss, HDW Gaarden's operations in KielBuyer: Abu Dhabi MAR (ADM)Vendor: ThyssenKrupp AGType: JV, DivestmentStatus: Agreed, Terminated
The greater part of the country s submarine force consists of nine Type 209 diesel-electric attack submarines (Chang Bogo class), developed by HDW in the 1960s and in service with the South Korean Navy since the early 1990s.
HDW is well known for the products it provides to lumber yards and hardware stores and an array of services including: new store planning, profit management, retail pricing programs, local market surveys, and promotional planning to increase retail profitability.
The contract includes the acquistion of Blohm + Voss Shipyards in Hamburg and the civil shipbuilding facilities of the former HDW Gaarden including employees in Kiel, said the companies at the signing ceremony.
HDW will preassemble structural and mechanical parts of the submarine in Germany, or classified elements such as the fuel cells and propulsion system and will then ship them to Turkey.
The orders were received from HDW, the German shipbuilder, and are for the supply of submarine batteries for propulsion power on diesel electric vessels with several navies worldwide.
Through a partnership with submarine manufacturer HDW, the equipment will be used to fuel both navies' fuel cell submarines, which generate energy without leaving a heat or noise signature along their routes, while also remaining submerged for longer periods.