FOALS Spanish Sahara The band joined London Contemporary Orchestra for his reword of the song from album Total Life Forever.
What does RWR stand for?
RWR stands for Reword (proofreading)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of RWR
We have 37 other meanings of RWR in our Acronym Attic
- Race Walking Record (magazine)
- Radar Warning Receiver
- Rapid Weight Reduction (program)
- Raw Water Reservoir
- Read/Write Reality
- Real World Radio (multilingual web radio)
- Reclaimed Water Reuse (various locations)
- Reflective Wave Reducer
- Regional War Room (local authority to administer a region in the UK following a nuclear attack)
- Regional Weather Roundup
- Richard Wayne & Roberts (recruiting firm; Houston, TX)
- Rideau Woodland Ramble (Merrickville, Ontario, Canada)
- Right Wing Republican (political label)
- Right Wing Resistance (various locations)
- Ronald Wilson Reagan (40th President of the USA)
- Royal Westminster Regiment (Canada)
- Royal Winnipeg Rifles (Canada)
- RREP Without RREQ (RREP = Route REPly; RREQ = Route REQuest)
- Radioactive Waste Restrictions Act (Utah)
- Regional Water Resource Agency (Owensboro, KY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I am hoping we can rewrite or reword the current agreement.
Judge Arifin Zakaria, heading a three-member panel at the federal court, asked McDonald's counsel to reword its petition in the case.
Food and Drug Administration has been considering how to reword food labels to alert consumers to the presence of trans fats.
TOKYO, April 8 Kyodo Conservative members of the largest opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) on Tuesday persuaded one of their colleagues to reword and water down a parliamentary question regarding the U.
ReWord will be introduced at the ASHA national conference in Washington this week.
What about the senior managers who want to reword the mission statement but cannot conceive a new one?
Do not explain too much; restate your thought simply, rather than try to reword it.