DNW


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DNW

Abbreviation for:
Drugs North West
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Families with low AI and DNW are more apt to receive grants; others are more likely to receive loans and work-study aid.
WTr, May 11, 1894;also DNW, March 1, 2, 6, August 10, 14, 22, 1894, February 27, March 1, 2, April 13, 15, October 31, 1895; WTr, May 11, August 14, 18, 21, 1894, April 13, 1895; MFP, March 3, August 11, 15, 1894.
MFP, June 17, 1896; WTr, June 16, 1896; DNW, June 16, 1896; Guest, "Reluctant Politician", pp.
WTr, June 5, 1896; MFP, June 4, 5, 1896; DNW, June 5, 6, 1896; Arthur Grenke, "The Formation and Early Development of an Urban Ethnic Community: A Case Study of the Germans in Winnipeg, 1872-1919" (Ph.
MFP, June 5, 1896; DNW, June 6, 1896; Henderson Directory Co.
203; MFP, June 20, 24, 25, 1896; DNW, June 6, 11, 12, 24, 1896; WTr, June 22, 23, 24, 25, 1896; Dafoe, Clifford Sifton in Relation to his Times, p.
WTr, June 5, 25, 1896; MFP, June 17, 1896; DNW, June 6, 10, 20, 1896; Manitoba, The Manitoba Gazette, June 20, August 1, 1896.
To present and understand their test results, DNW had been using an internally developed visualization system, but recently transitioned to Gsharp for several reasons, explained John Stringer, AVS engineer.
Second, by starting with Gsharp and using highly experienced personnel, rather than developing a completely new application, DNW reduced its time to productive visualization.
Wiekie Kollen, DNW software engineer, commented, "DNW has enjoyed a tremendous increase in productivity thanks to the Gsharp-based application, including radically shortened response time to customer requests for visualizations and information.
Seanor, DNW Consulting; Chetan Sharma, Gazelle Start LLC; Paul L.
Seanor, DNW Consulting; Rajendra Singh, Clemson Univ.