American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. high water
- abbr. hot water
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The original form, in early Middle English and Anglo-Saxon, of the consonant sequence now written wh-. For all words so beginning, see under wh-.
“HW is ensuring that Harlem content is not only accessible through the traditional print version but online via the latest social networking sites Facebook, Twitter, Ning and Myspace as well as through our events.”
“HW is looking for part-time interns who are willing to work 10 to 20 hours a week.”
“Just stopping by to say that although the cover of HW is amazing, the story within is even more so!”
“HW is around (along with cheeney/rove) in the Iran Contra thing/Columbia scandal and more.”
“HW" - Hanging Wall Note 1: Results from the Company's Malpaso lab that were published February”
“The HW is a function on the set of data words of a fixed length and a fixed number of bit-corruptions that may occur (in either the data word or its associated CRC code).”
“HW" doesn't understand, that to take a human life is the ultimate.”
“• Work with other functional teams such as HW, documentation, field support to ensure product and customer success.”
“Contains (ch)) encoded_name + = '5'; else if (ch = = 'R') encoded_name + = '6'; else if ( "HW".”
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