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DWL

(naval architecture)
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Since the insurer's exposure to whopping legal fees is limited, the cost of liability coverage for DWL policies may be less than comparable policies with unlimited defense features.
Therefore, this article uses labor market data from 1931 to 1996 in the United States and United Kingdom to calculate the DWL of unemployment and then compares the estimates of DWL to the unemployment rate to determine how closely related inefficiency and unemployment are.
Donahue's embrace of feminism was a mixed blessing, according to the activists: as his fame grew, he became Dayton's feminist (and male) expert, much to the understandable annoyance of members of DWL.
Toronto, Canada-based DWL claims its core product, DWL Unifi, a Java-based software platform, can help solve this problem.
A "wasting" or "defense within limits" policy, known as a DWL policy, is one which includes all defense costs and litigation expenses within the applicable limits of liability.
1) By the same token, if E = DWL the merger is welfare neutral, and if E < DWL the merger is welfare decreasing.
The two franchisees are Patrick Wildlife Services Inc (dba Critter Control of Phoenix) and DWL Services of CCSD Inc (dba Critter Control of San Diego and Critter Control of Orange County).
The Bobcat Series NAS Gateway and Mirror software from ONStor, a provider of scalable clustered NAS solutions, have been selected by CoreVault, a online backup and recovery solutions and privately held division of DWL Holding Company, as the foundational disaster recovery solution for its customers.
The council spends around pounds 300,000 a year replacing and upgrading lights and as an integral part of the contract, DWL are to provide effective maintenance and improving services to the public.
IBM Middleware Provides Critical Platform for DWL Customer and DWL Industry Applications to Enable Customer-Centric Business Processing