Definitions

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  • Wireless Application Environment.
  • Web Application Extension.
  • While actually employed.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We need our retired Foreign Service and Civil Service employees to assist us, and we actually have a program called WAE When Actually Employed, she said.

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  • Cisco WAE 674 and Cisco WAAS v4. 1 is the recipient for providing application optimization, services for customers to improve application performance over Wide Area Networks.

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  • This also includes being an entry in the upcoming WAE DX CW contest.

    eHam.net News

  • During a second day of crossexamination in the WA Supreme Court, Mr Streeter said he and Mr Cooper had put a proposal to WAE shareholders to wind up the company in mid-2006 because it was a shell with no prospects left to pursue.

    News

  • Mr Bennett produced documents showing that under the winding-up proposal, Mr Streeter would have bought out all remaining shares in WAE, taken full control of the company and its voting rights with Mr Cooper and destroyed all company documents, within five business days of the proposal being accepted.

    News

  • But counsel for WAE, Martin Bennett, suggested the reason Mr Streeter moved to wind up the company was because WAE co-founder Lex Brailey had approached him days earlier to request an extraordinary meeting to remove him and Mr Cooper from the board.

    News

  • WAE is now seeking more than 11 million Western Areas shares from the pair in lieu of profits from the nickel deal.

    News

  • Lawyers for Western Areas Exploration say Terry Streeter and his WAE co-director David Cooper tried to wind up the company and destroy its records two years ago to avoid being investigated by their fellow directors and shareholders for allegedly breaching their fiduciary duty.

    News

  • The court was told the men wanted to remove the two directors so they could investigate a deal they had done six years earlier, when they allegedly took a nickel project offered to WAE and instead vended it into the float of a new company along with a parcel of gold tenements held by WAE.

    News

  • WAE received 350,000 shares in the new company in exchange for the gold tenements, which at peak prices would have been worth $4.2 million.

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