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DWR

Doppler Weather Radar
The American Heritage® Abbreviations Dictionary, Third Edition
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  • Does the word dur signify wood, or, if the British dwr, is it not water?

  • Those indeed are busy times in the culinary quarters at the dwr.

    Our Little Polish Cousin Florence E. Mendel
  • As the spring season advanced, the two children at the dwr grew more and more excited.

    Our Little Polish Cousin Florence E. Mendel
  • We descended, and putting my head down, I drank greedily of the dwr santaidd, my guide following my example.

    Wild Wales George Borrow
  • In a moment she returned, followed by the younger sister, who approached the mistress of the dwr and respectfully kissed her hand.

    Our Little Polish Cousin Florence E. Mendel
  • It was quite late when they reached the dwr; tea was being served on the veranda.

    Our Little Polish Cousin Florence E. Mendel
  • Kin–(cin)–dwr–scwd, he tells us, in Cymraeg signifies “High water cataract.”

  • We then got up and bade her farewell—but she begged that we would stay and taste the dwr santaidd of the holy well.

    Wild Wales George Borrow
  • "I want you to come up to the dwr Thursday afternoon with Helena," Mrs. Ostrowska said, after a long silence.

    Our Little Polish Cousin Florence E. Mendel
  • The huts nestle snugly at the foot of the hill upon which stands the dwr, as if they craved protection from their superior.

    Our Little Polish Cousin Florence E. Mendel

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