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- abbr. person with AIDS
- abbr. Public Works Administration
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- Pacific Western Airlines
- Pagan Webcrafters' Association
- Partial Wave Analysis
- Pirates With Attitude
- People With AIDS
- Philippine Web Awards
- Piecewise Affine Functions
- Portuguese West Africa
- Printed Wire Assembly
- Pratt & Whitney Aerospace
- Pro Wrestling Alliance
- Promethean Workers Association
- Progressive Writers' Association
- Portfolio of Water Actions
- Professional Windsurfers Association
- Professional Women's Association
- Professional Wrestling Alliance
- Public Works Administration
- Pure Wrestling Association
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The PWA was a government agency created to get Americans back to work during the Depression.
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This is not to say that the Observatory was a PWA project; it wasn't, except for the sculpture near the building shown in photo above.
PWA Moderne mixes Moderne with a Classical monumentality.
The Observatory, says architectural historian Daniel Paul, who authored the Los Angeles City historic landmark document for all of Griffith Park, is a classic PWA Moderne structure.
This winner of the Minotaur Books/PWA Best First Private Eye Novel competition is essential for fans of the genre.
You should propose work programs comparable to the WPA, PWA, CCC and a host of others.
At this same period, Harold Ickes was dual-hatted as Secretary of Interior and head of the Public Works Administration (PWA) and the Ickes/Hopkins clashes of the perogatives of Interior-PWA and Commerce-WPA were legendary.