from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Work Projects Administration
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- Works Progress Administration
- Wi-Fi Protected Access
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If you look at wPA as a product of WPA/LI and LI, and note that back-end relievers pitch at 50% or so greater leverage than average, you will note that the bonus (or most of it) that closers seem to get in the translation from WPA/LI to WPA is real w.r.t. the team, even if they didn't generate the leverage themselves.
Next: enter ESSID: loddtom and WPA / WPA@ Pre-Shared Key: xmbgrblm2617ojr1
My dad worked for the government, what they call the WPA (Works Progress Administration).
If WPA is available on both your router and laptop card, you should use it instead.
I am also aware that WPA is the newer and stronger encryption but I actually am working on a friend's modem/router and I don't like changing too much that is not mine.
In January 1917, Hall joined Conrad Hoffman and Prince Maximilian of Baden to negotiate an agreement with the Ministry of War to maintain WPA services when relations between Germany and the United States deteriorated over the German decision to resume unrestricted submarine warfare.
In January 1916, secretaries engaged in WPA work in Germany, Austria-Hungary,
He helped maintain WPA operations during the transition between the departure of the American workers and the arrival of neutral secretaries in the Dual Monarchy.
Stettler served as an important bridge during the transition between the American withdrawal and neutral replacement period in WPA service in the Dual Monarchy.
Ambassador Frederic Penfield that the Ministry of War approved Harte's proposal to allow American YMCA secretaries to begin WPA service on the condition that similar operations be established for Austro-Hungarian prisoners of war in Russia and Serbia.
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