The survey conducted on 1000 people by the Australian Women's Weekly found that the women would take a tradie over a millionaire, an actor or sportsman.
What does AWW stand for?
AWW stands for Australian Women's Weekly (magazine)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 34 other meanings of AWW in our Acronym Attic
- All Weather Wood (construction)
- Allagash Wilderness Waterway
- Aluminium-Werke Wutöschingen (German aluminium processing plant)
- American Water Works
- Anatomical Worldwide (various locations)
- Anganwadi Worker (health care; India)
- Antwerpse Waterwerken (Belgian: Antwerp drinking water distributor)
- Any Which Way
- Association des Wateringues Wallonnes (French: Walloon Association of Water Boards; Belgium)
- Auction of Washington Wines (Seattle, WA)
- Average Weekly Wage (workers' compensation)
- Severe Weather Forecast Alert
- Alabama Water Watch Association (Montgomery, AL)
- American Water Works Association
- Amputees and War Wounded Association (Sierra Leone)
- Army Wives Welfare Association (India)
- Australian Water and Wastewater Association
- Average Weekly Worship Attendance (church measurement)
- American Water Works Association, Missouri Section
- American Water Works Association Research Foundation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Magazines targeting women and girls, in this instance the Australian Women's Weekly and Dolly magazine, are the focus of the latter sections of the paper.
Ms McDonald and Senator Trood join other recent appointments to Council, Mr Geoffrey Lewis, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, ASG Group Limited, and Ms Deborah Thomas, Editorial Director, The Australian Women's Weekly and The Australian Women's Weekly book division, both of whom joined Council in 2006.
The Australian Women's Weekly has been published since 1933 and New Idea since 1902.
I think they're all so good that they could do whatever they wanted really,' she says in Australian Women's Weekly magazine owned by media rival Kerry Packer.
In an exclusive interview with the Australian Women's Weekly, out next week, Sara revealed how she grew close to Glenn and his children.