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- Initialism of Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language.
- Initialism of World Wide Web.
- Initialism of World Wide Web Conference.
- Synonym of W3C.
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W3 is quite different from mine, in that he sees the trope of vital fluid as organizing Schelling's entire ouevre, integrates the movements of contraction and expansion within the figure of "electromagnetic orgasm," and on this basis associates W3 with a philosophy of revelation, albeit in a Spinozistic rather than theistic form.
Although I will argue that there is a greater presence of Mesmer in W3 than in W2, Mesmer did not see magnetic sleep as the only way of effecting the mesmeric cure or deploying magnets and magnetism (Ellenberger 72).
The W3 is the latest model in the company's FinePix Real 3D range, replacing the W1 launched in 2009.
We aren't sure either, but the new model is called the W3, presumably playing on the 3D element that the camera offers.
New to the W3 is a new 3D Real Photo HD processor.
Dreaming of a time when the world will be pollution-free, designer D.I. Luciano Sánchez created The W3, which is targeted toward the Italian Ducati motorcycle lovers.
If one understands them and agrees with them, then he can hardly call W3 a "descriptive" or "permissive" dictionary or characterize labels in dictionaries "restrictive."
There’s a new WordPress cache plugin in town, and it’s called W3 Total Cache.
(From Kelly's description, the official enquiry concluded that the newts had used an explosive known as W3, supplied to them for removing rock from under the water at the fortification works in
The designated salary for the position is based on "W3" on the German university scale or equivalent.
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