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ws

(networking)
The country code for Samoa.

WS

On drawings, abbr. for weather strip.
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Major finding: Patients with autism, Williams syndrome, and Down syndrome all experience victimization, but the specific traits that allow for abuse are varied.
People with Williams syndrome are usually aware of their condition but are often unable to inhibit their impulses to engage with people around them.
Strong correlation of elastin deletions, detected by Fish, with Williams syndrome : evaluation of 235 patients.
Genetic approaches to cardiovascular disease--supravalvular aortic stenosis, Williams syndrome and Long QT syndrome.
Speech timing and verbal short-term memory: Evidence for contrasting deficits in Down syndrome and Williams syndrome.
Keywords: Williams syndrome, case study, language, communication, autism
Finally, I propose hypotheses about the psychology of autism, APD, schizoid personality disorder, and Williams syndrome.
An unusual scarcity of tissue in a small corner of the visual system underlies this particular problem in individuals with Williams syndrome, a new brain-imaging study finds.
Smiling, sociable, and often both musically interested and adept, persons with Williams syndrome (WS) have only recently been recognized as having specific abilities that differentiate them from others with disabilities.
Somebody stole my bike,'' said the 35-year-old man, who suffers from Williams Syndrome.
Thank you for letting readers know Williams syndrome is another challenge some of God's children deal with each day.
The result is a rewarding after school program that addresses the recreational needs of individuals with a spectrum of diagnoses including autism, seizure-disorder, mental retardation, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Down's syndrome and Williams syndrome.