from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. index word
- abbr. isotopic weight
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of yew.
- n. An abbreviation of Indian wire-gage.
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- n. the use of information or information technology during a time of crisis or conflict to achieve or promote specific objectives over a specific adversary or adversaries
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Another source says Activision is "flexing their muscles" against IW, which is trying to "push back against change."
A recent Defense Department directive elevates "IW" (irregular warfare) to a level "as strategically important as traditional warfare," arguing that for the "foreseeable future, winning the Long War against violent extremists will the central objective of U.S. policy."
For those of you like me running Hyper-V, there is a VPC with the some of the 2010 "IW" stack loaded:
By for the zealots at "IW", Quilliam is pretty much an "infidel" group.
"IW" is dedicated to silencing critics of the latter, while seeking to undermine the former.
Working at the Royal Observatory when the Second World War broke out, she volunteered to work on the canals with "The Idle Women", the waterborne equivalent of the Land Girls - their badges bore the legend "IW", for "Inland Waterways" - and she spent the war on barges carrying vital supplies.
After two years in development Infinity Ward (IW) comes back to deliver an experience that tops every aspect of the already great first game.
Modern Warfare had its fair share of jaw dropping moments and for the sequel IW seems to have made a point to increase these events.
The chief executive of the UBI subsidiary, IW Bank, Alessandro Prampolini , said IW wants to position itself as "a relevant online player."
The think tank IW this week lowered its 2012 growth forecast nearly in half to just 1.25%.