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DWL

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For VAT, DWL would deter consumption in the economy because of taxes paid along the value chain and higher prices for products and services.
They were under random influence of the following interventions: CMR = carbohydrate mouth rinse; DWL = drinking to replace all weight loss; DAL = drinking "ad libitum".
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.
Furthermore, the National Research Council (NRC) decadal survey report on Earth Science and Applications from Space (NRC 2007) recommended a global wind mission, and the NRC Weather Panel, in the same report, determined that a DWL in low-Earth orbit (LEO) could make a transformational impact on global tropospheric and stratospheric analyses.
DWL: Your memoir, Masquerade, reveals the impact of being raised by two different sets of grandparents--the creative tension between the observant and the secular, given the way each set of grandparents lived their lives and how that affected you.
The results are as follows: P = $50, x = 25, CS = 625, PS = 625, TED = 75-25 = 1875, NSB = -625, and DWL = 703.125.
DWL deputy MD John Barker said: "We're delighted that substantial progress has been made with ongoing installation works."
Jeremy Jones, AIA, LEED AP, a principal in DWL Architects & Planners, Inc., Phoenix, AZ, was the lead architect.
Depth to water level (DWL) from the ground surface between tussocks was measured (30 October 2007, 30 May and 30 July 2008), and the pore water samples were taken (1 November 2007, 1 June 2008) from piezometers (PVC tubes with the inner diameter of 22 mm, perforated by 10 cm and inserted into the surface to a depth of 50 cm) close to each releve.
Let DWL be the lifetime welfare cost (i.e., dynamic deadweight loss) of the ceiling.
The calculation of so-called Harberger triangles (Harberger 1954) of deadweight loss (DWL), which has a long history in the industrial organization and public finance literatures, indicates that for a given wedge between supply and demand, the DWL can be very different depending on the elasticities of supply and demand.
IBM teamed up with partners like Red Hat, Authentica, and AT&T to release tightly integrated content management and delivery system innovations and acquired a number of smaller companies like Ascential Software, DWL, and SRD.