The groups' stated purpose was to give greater voice to the world's developing countries in order to promote peace and head off the potential for nuclear warfare between the world's superpowers.
What does NW stand for?
NW stands for Nuclear Warfare
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We have 37 other meanings of NW in our Acronym Attic
- Non-Woven (fabric)
- Norfolk and Western Railway Company
- Normal Waste
- Normalized Water Leaving Radiance
- Northwest Airlines (IATA airline code)
- Norwegian (linguistics)
- Norwold (gaming)
- Not Waiverable (US DoD)
- Now What?
- Nuclear Warhead
- Nuclear Waste
- Nuclear Weapon
- Northwest Continuing Education Network of Training Resources for All Libraries (Oregon)
- Nuclear Weapons and Materials Technical Area
- Narrow-Waisted Gaussian Beam
- Narrow-Waisted Pulsed-Beam
- Narrow-Waisted Standard Modulated Gaussian Beam
- Narrow-Waisted Uniform Modified Gaussian Beam
- N3w W0rld 0rd3r (video gaming)
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NUCLEAR waste is a very serious subject and nuclear warfare even more so.
The 75-year-old said: "I know it was supposed to be for nuclear warfare but no-one would have been any help if there was a bomb dropped.
The archbishop's speech is yet another iteration of our church's rejection of nuclear war and nuclear weaponry, a singular recognition that the scope and deadliness of nuclear warfare makes it impossible to accept--or even comprehend.
A recognized authority on tactical nuclear warfare and defense technology acquisition, he served as a consultant to the Los Aiamos National Laboratory from 1971 to 1979, U.
Strat Com has long been the government center for nuclear warfare planning and now oversees space warfare plans as well.
If war breaks out, it will lead to nuclear warfare and not be limited to the Korean Peninsula," it said.
Defence strategists have warned of a nightmare scenario of conventional, chemical, biological and nuclear warfare that may claim a million lives.