NWW


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NWW

Abbreviation for:
NHS Wide Web
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NWW's (2009) limited access order (LAO) and open access order (OAO) specify how "domesticated" (neutral, monopolized) violence and "natural" (non-neutral, non-monopolized) violence constrain how politicians structure access to economic and political institutions.
In the case of VL (voice_loudness) variable, we have strong negative correlations with SF (speech_fracture) parameter and NWW (nr._wrong_words), (r=-0.853 and r=-0.903) and a relatively medium negative association with UF (utterance_flexibility), (r=-0.508).
NWW developed an insight about institutional relationships between organizations to explain how societies come to organize and limit violence.
NWW also expects the number of Nigerian millionaires to climb by 47% in the next four years.
Whereas the organizational benefits of NWW have been emphasized in previous studies (Sanchez, Perez, De Luis Carnicer, & Vela Jimenez, 2007), less is known about the consequences for employee attitudes and well-being.
With deepening of the borehole, they show a trend from NW to NWW. The values of the maximum, intermediate and minimum principal stresses, the vertical stress, and the maximum and minimum horizontal stresses (s1, s2, s3, sv, sH and sh respectively) at the 7 measuring points were calculated based on the average density of rocks provided by logging data, and the principal stresses and horizontal stresses roughly show linear relations with depth.
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Other material examined: SOUTH AFRICA: Eastern Cape: 1 [male] Jansenville District, 28 km NWW of Jansenville, "Suurhaak" Farm, Trap 18-7 (NCA, 2008/2896).
3), where its floor is 18 m a.s.l., the incision extends for 3 km in the NNW direction and then turns to the NWW. The incision is widest (10 km) and asymmetric (Fig.
Tambien existe un componente significativo proveniente del noroeste-oeste (NWW) (10.8%), que presenta alturas significativas hasta de 2.23 m y periodos que varian entre 7.0 y 23.0 s (Tabla 2 y Figura 3).