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WG

The former alpha-2 code for Grenada. See also: GD.
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And while many investigators still culture the samples they collect before performing WGS, there is evidence that clinical samples can be tested directly and reliably.
The Australian DoD's Joint Project 2008 (JP2008) calls for up to 200 land SATCOM terminals to be procured between 2016 and 2017 to equip the Australian Army, Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force, enabling them to connect with the WGS.
Orr delineates the uneasy partnership between activism and academia, stating, "[W]hen activism is the focus of analysis in WGS contexts, the issue under scrutiny is almost always about activism's demise at the hands of academic excesses" (p.
WGS gearboxes are permanently lubricated and designed for output torques of up to 368,800 lbs.
The unit cost to the government of WGS Block II was roughly 50 percent more expensive than Block I ($377 million compared with $239 million), and Block IIf is again roughly 50 percent more expensive than Block II ($574 million compared with $377 million), as shown in the bottom row (Table 2).
student in WGS, whose dissertation is on a First Nations community
WGS supplements X-band communications, provided by the Defense Satellite Communications System and augments the one-way GBS service through new two-way Ka-band service.
Air Force Air Force contracts with Boeing for ninth WGS satellite.
The final test occurred on January 5, 2010, when a 67th ESB Command Post Node successfully entered the 1st ID mesh via WGS 2 into the 1st ID Unit Hub Node.
WGS, set up in 2009, offers data connectivity to enterprise, resellers and carries.
One example is the new Wideband Global SATCOM, or WGS, satellite, a military communications satellite that was first launched into geosynchronous orbit in 2007.
This year's WGS will be led by a trio of three-Michelin starred chefs, iconic Mediterranean food specialist Heinz Beck, German masterchef Klaus Erfort and RE[umlaut]gis Marcon who focuses on natural produce with cuisine that follows the natural order of the year.