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FWD

(Fast Wide Differential) A Fast Wide SCSI implementation that uses differential signaling. See SCSI.
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The two vehicles' possible involvement in criminal activity was reported by FWD members across the West Midlands and North West.
After 4,000 women entered the competition, Fast Fwd supported the sexyuncovered.
The consumer selects her desired option, and FWD connects her to the Internet within seconds.
FWD sought a digital-first solution that would enable them to print and manage all aspects of their customer communications, in multiple languages, through omni-channels, formats and IT platforms.
As we continue to invest in the growth of our business, it's so important to us to host a unique forum like FWD where emerging technology companies are able to demonstrate the impact of their exciting new ideas.
The contract is for delivery of dynamic deflectometer FWD for the Faculty of Technology GDDKiA Branch in Krakow.
Alan Toft,director general of FWD, said:``The legal terms of reference for the OFT state that it is responsible for protecting consumer interests by ensuring there is fair competition.
According to Lexus, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-estimated combined fuel economy rating for the RX 400h FWD is 30 miles per gallon (mpg) -- 28 mpg highway and 33 mpg city.
In February 2009, a NAVCENT tasking sent one NAVELSG Fwd officer to Afghanistan on a 30-day ESS mission.
The report, FWD Calibration Center and Operational Improvements: Redevelopment of the Calibration Protocol and Equipment (FHWA-HRT-07-040), provides information on how the new FWD calibration procedure was developed and how to calibrate an FWD according to the new procedure.
LT Mike Clark (RC) from NSSB-1 to NAVELSG FWD FOXTROT, to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Headquarters Training Officer
It will put more pressure on HMRC to get to the bottom of this problem, which is of such huge importance to FWD members," he said.