from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of the Women in the Air Force, organized after World War II, but now no longer a separate branch.
- abbr. Women in the Air Force
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- "Wife acceptance factor"
- "What a Fag"
- "Women Against Fundamentalism"
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See waff.
- An obsolete preterit of weave.
The name WAF stands for WPF Application Framework.
WAFs in general are prone to bypass, so testing the backend without a WAF is a good idea.
But many enterprises still struggle with the question of which kind of WAF to purchase and how best to integrate them into their Web application risk management portfolio.
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This means they cannot be excessively ugly, large or loud (WAF rears its ugly head once more …)
These greatly ease the process of getting a functioning system with a high “WAF” together in a reasonable amount of time.
"WAF," he explains, "stands for "'wife acceptance factor,' a term commonly used nowadays that means, simply, you will not have to say, 'Oh, hi sweetheart I took all your mementos down from the shelf and replaced them with this big speaker.'
My dad was an RAF squadron leader and my mom was WAF—Women's Air Force.
A principios del mes de noviembre de 2009, entre los días 4 y 6, se celebró en Barcelona la segunda edición del WAF, el World Architecture Festival.
Ya se han dado a conocer los nombres de los ganadores del WAF, el World Architecture Festival, entre los que se encuentra el Pabellón de España para la Expo de Shangai 2010, obra de Benedetta Tagliabue