THESE are the faces of Coventry's most wanted burglary and robbery suspects.
What does MW stand for?
MW stands for Most Wanted
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- Moderate Weathering
- Modern Warfare (gaming)
- Modified Wire-Wrap
- Modulation Wheel (music synthesizer)
- Molecular Weight
- Monitoring Well
- Montgomery Wards (mail order department store)
- Moogle War
- Morrowind (computer game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: RICK ORLOV Staff Writer The LAPD would get a gang czar and the city its own Most Wanted list under a highly anticipated plan being released today by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa for quelling a surge in gang violence.
The most wanted painting, regardless of race, class, and gender, turned out to be a realistic, rather than (as the poll phrased it) "different-looking" landscape, dominated by the world's favorite color, blue, and featuring several people in the foreground - some famous, some ordinary (fully clothed was the preference in the United States, partially nude in France).
Combining the thrill of illicit street racing and tuner customization with the intensity of strategic police pursuits that rivals any Hollywood-style chase scene, Need for Speed Most Wanted challenges players to become the most notorious and elusive street racer.
Eight of the city's most wanted are sought in connection with murder and one in connection with child molestation.
More information about the 10 most wanted for each of the Valley's Divisions - Devonshire, West Valley, North Hollywood, Van Nuys and Foothill - is available on the LAPD's Web site at www.
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 26, 2001 America's Most Wanted (AMW), praised by law enforcement officials, victims of crime, viewers, and critics, is partnering with LivePerson (Nasdaq: LPSN), facilitators of real time Internet live chat to provide a secure and anonymous Internet tool to capture fugitives.
Byline: Bhavna Mistry Daily News Staff Writer Detectives in the Antelope Valley know who their most wanted are: drug dealers, gang members and armed robbery suspects, whose rap sheets go on for pages.