The shipbuilders Harland and Wolff played a big part in dad's life.
What does H&W stand for?
H&W stands for Harland and Wolff
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Health and Safety Plan (various locations)
- Health & Safety Project Leader
- Health and Safety Program Plan
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Health and Safety Solutions (UK)
- Health and Social Services
- Hints & Tips
- Houston & Texas Central
- Heating and Ventilation
- Hampshire and Western Railway
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cyril Quigley joined Northern Ireland's political leaders at the old Harland and Wolff shipyard where the ship was built as Titanic Belfast welcomed its first paying visitors.
The project will allow people to experience what life was like in the Harland and Wolff docks in 1911 with the SS Nomadic returned to its original condition and housing an education space for schoolchildren.
The majority decision at the Court of Appeal, that shipbuilder Harland and Wolff could not be held responsible, will affect many existing and future cases of indirect exposure to the deadly dust.
Irish Ferries ship the Normandy - which is the biggest ferry in the world - sailed into the famous Harland and Wolff for maintenance work on Friday.
Tony Blair yesterday welcomed the announcement that Harland and Wolff has won MoD contracts to build two troop ferries at its troubled Belfast shipyard.
The Ulster Secretary, and Scots MP Adam Ingram, wrote to Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon urging him to place the order with Belfast's Harland and Wolff yard.
At the time of sinking, Sindia was the world's largest four masted, steel hull sailing vessel built by Harland and Wolff, builders of the Titanic and was owned by John D.