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wof

(wɒf)
n
slang Austral a fool; idiot
[from w(aste) o(f) f(lesh)]

WOF

(in New Zealand) abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) Warrant of Fitness
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"The annual medical costs of treating the consequences of obesity, such as diabetes and heart disease, is truly alarming," said Prof Ian Caterson, the president of WOF.
Between 2001 and 2005, Conrad invested $1.7 million of WOF's assets in Valhalla, and withdrew $4 million, including false profits of approximately $2.3 million.
WOF is making a wearable, Bluetooth-enabled device for dogs that tracks location, barking and behavior and pairs with a mobile app that connects best friends by smartphone.
Many processes damage the structure of meat products that could contribute to lipid oxidation and WOF in precooked beef.
The 'Social Network' actor has worked with WOF founder Dr.
WOF, which has a strong presence in Denbighshire, received special mention and acknowledgement as an example of best practice.
Land Transport NZ said the draft "Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Exhaust Emissions (2006)" proposes to include a "simple" visible smoke check as part of WoF and CoF inspections.
The development of warmed-over flavor (WOF) was initially observed about 40 years ago, and it is now believed to be caused by lipid oxidation.
The latest developments in materials handling, distribution, logistics and supply chain management will be discussed at the Warehouse of the Future Conference (WoF), to be held June 24-26 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
"Warehouse of the Future 2001" (WOF) actually contains within it several smaller conferences and exhibitions including the "Conference on Innovative Technologies in Distribution, Logistics, and Supply Chain Strategies," the "Executive Summit on Global Supply Chain Solutions for the 21st Century," and "Shippers World."
Because the cells of uterine tumors in tamoxifen users also proved uncharacteristic of estrogen-linked malignancies, they may trace to "a different mechanism wof action of tamoxifen on endometrial cells," Carcangiu's group concluded in the March JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY.