from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. dead weight
  • abbr. distilled water

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  • abbr. Deutsche Welle
  • abbr. draw-well


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • DW is basically a clone of LJ with some differences.

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  • Also, DW is currently in closed Beta and some things are definitely not ready for prime time, like journal styles.

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  • First, the "Watch The Throne" rapper would like everyone to know that the women's fashion collection he launched during Paris Fashion Week in September is not called "DW"--it's simply "Kanye West."

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  • July 2005 A 4 ½ foot alligator is captured in DW Field Park, and a second animal is reported but not captured near Brockton, Massachusetts

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  • He is referred to as DW in this security related article as well.

    Security as it relates to George DW, DW for Dead Wrong

  • Moreover, it seems that the NFL also claims ownership rights to the words "Who Dat," henceforth to be referred to as DW, an expression associated with New Orleans Saints fans (I can't imagine why), and have been busting, with their formidable legal clout, little T-shirt operations making shirts with DW on the back.

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  • Wonderful to see Wigan Athletic striking a mighty blow on behalf of the Premier League's minnows as they ended Chelsea's flawless record on Saturday at the newly retitled DW Stadium

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  • Dynasty Warriors Gundam is a very friendly kind of DW game, it's nice to be able to rocket power your way round a map in a hurry, and it's clear what to do and where to go.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Smaller nearby Delaware County had plate designations starting with something like "DW" (I forget the detail).

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  • Steve Wyreman, bassist Paul 'DW' Wright and drummer Derrick Wright, and it's called

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