Since then he has won numerous prizes, including the Prince of Wales Award for Portrait Drawing, the Arts Club Award from the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and runner-up in the Lynn Painter Stainer Prize.
What does POWA stand for?
POWA stands for Prince of Wales Award (Australia; military reservists development opportunity)
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- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 14 other meanings of POWA in our Acronym Attic
- Proof-of-Work (computer spam protection)
- Protect Our Watershed (various locations)
- Protecting Our Wildlife
- Psychology of Winning
- Purveyors of Wonder Entertainment, Inc. (media company)
- Prisoner Of War/Missing In Action
- Paradigm Online Writing Assistant (online writing tool; online writing community)
- Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association (Springs Mills, PA)
- People Opposed to Women Abuse (South Africa)
- Police Officers' Wives Association (various locations)
- Program for Older Worker Adjustment (est. 1987; Human Resources and Skills Development Canada)
- Portable Water Coolant Circulator
- Photosensitivity in Optical Waveguides and Glasses (education program)
- Paper and Other Web Coating (US EPA)
- Power of We Consortium (Americorps Vista Project)
- Public Officers' Welfare Council (est. 1992; Mauritius)
- Peace Officers' Wives Clubs Affiliated (Whittier, CA)
- Princess of Wales Community Hospital (UK)
- Program of Works and Estimates (Philippines)
- Promoting Opportunities for Women in Engineering (McGill University; Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
John Mowbray, Northumbrian Water's head of communications, was presented with The Prince of Wales Award for Outstanding Voluntary Contribution to WaterAid.
The pounds 2,000 Prince of Wales Award was won by Nick Cochrane, from London.
It won a Prince of Wales Award due to being used extensively in North Wales, Derbyshire and Cornwall.
Their efforts cost thousands of pounds and the project received a Prince of Wales Award in 1982.
Mr Haden, who runs the Clyne Farm holiday centre in Swansea, is a chartered engineer whose firm GP Haden Associates won a Prince of Wales award for sensitively renovating Clyne Farm where his holiday business is based.
It now has restored (and listed) buildings, a Prince of Wales Award and the first "Conference Award" made by the Association for Industrial Archaeology, a pioneering example of brownsite reclamation in Wales.
It has won a Prince of Wales Award for its visitor centre, was highly commended by the WTB in its application for the Environment Award, achieved Star Attraction status in 1999and was also awarded a Welcome Host Gold Star.