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What does TEW stand for?
TEW stands for The Enchanted Wood (Enid Blyton novel)
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We have 28 other meanings of TEW in our Acronym Attic
- Technical Education and Vocational Training
- Tertiary Education Vocational Training
- The Ever Victorious Thread
- Thermal Explosion Vessel Test (safety engineering)
- Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (Ministry of Education, Pakistan)
- Tactical Electronic Warfare
- Takt Enkelwerkend (Dutch: Single Acting Stroke; engines)
- Technical Exchange Workshop (US Navy)
- Terrorism Early Warning
- The Elemental Wizard
- The Enemy Within (gaming)
- Thermoplastic Equipment Wire
- Threat Early Warning
- Tibet Environmental Watch (Berkeley, CA)
- Toegepaste Economische Wetenschappen (Dutch: Applied Economics; Belgium)
- Total Extreme Warfare (wrestling game)
- Towards Ethnic Women
- Triple Energy Window
- Tennessee Warbler (bird)
- Threat Evaluation & Weapons Assignment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Help them find Cinderella for Prince Charming as guests travel through Button's Boutique to dress to impress, have a ball in the Ball Room and find Cinderella in the Enchanted Wood.
Help them find Cinderella for Prince Charming as guests travel through Button's Boutique to dress to impress, sort out the chaos in the Quirky Kitchen; have some musical mayhem in the Music Room; count down the minutes in the Clock Room to save the pumpkin and carriage; have a ball in the Ball Room and find Cinderella in the Enchanted Wood.
Tonight it is the turn of the legendary Midsummer Night's Dream, where the enchanted woods of ancient Greece have been swapped for a grim British holiday camp.
Most youngsters had their favourite Blyton series -Malory Towers, Amelia Jane, The Naughtiest Girl in School, The Enchanted Wood (my desert island choice) -and once grown up still have a lot of affection for the books which shaped their childhood.
The dolls in Laafland were really funny and the fairy tales in the Enchanted Wood were great - some were quite scarey.