We have a generation of youth in Israel and Palestine where poor leadership, words of hate and the instruments of war keep them estranged to one another's suffering.
What does IOW stand for?
IOW stands for Instruments of War (gaming group; Return to Castle Wolfenstein; Activision, Inc.)
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We have 18 other meanings of IOW in our Acronym Attic
- Institute of Ophthalmology and Visual Science (University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey)
- Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (journal)
- Information Operations Vulnerability Susceptibility Assessment (5-step survivability assessment)
- I/O Write
- Idiots on Wheels
- Image of the Week (photography)
- In Other Words
- Information Operations Warfare
- Innovators of Wrestling
- Institute for Occult Warfare (Nazi Germany)
- Integrated Optical Waveguide
- Integrity Operating Windows (various companies)
- Intelligence Operations Workstation (USMC)
- International Office for Water
- International One Way (rental fee)
- Iraq Occupation Watch (San Francisco, CA)
- Islands of the World
- Isle Of Wight
- I Oughta Went Around
- I Owe the World an Apology (humor)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The show looks at how weapons and body armour were developed and why some instruments of war were created to inflict the most untreatable and horrific wounds possible.
As JFK said, "We live in an age where the instruments of war have outstripped the instruments of peace", but we continue to cosset weapons of mass destruction, and those based only in Scotland.
That fact is manifest in this decade (the 1960's) by the instruments of war used by the state power against peaceful, unarmed citizens engaged in the Freedom Movement to end segregation and discrimination.
The drone explosion All this makes armed-drones worthy of a closer look, not least as the escalation of the United States's use of these instruments of war is part of a broader trend that includes the European member-states of Nato, Israel and other states (see "Unmanned future: the next era of European aerospace?
But the people ofWales were prepared to put their names to the instruments of war too, such as JohnWilkinson, who perfected a process of boring out the middle of a cannon, rather than casting it with a central core, making it less likely to explode in the faces of the gunners manning it.
Kurdish civilians who suffered from extreme poverty made use of what was available and even tried to beautify instruments of war.
So yes, the instruments of war do have a role to play in preserving the peace.