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What does TNWC stand for?
TNWC stands for The North West Company
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
We have 3 other meanings of TNWC in our Acronym Attic
- Thyssen Nordseewerke (German Shipbuilding Company)
- Time Not Waived (criminal justice)
- Total Net Weight (measurement)
- Total Net Worth
- Traditional Navigable Water
- Travel News Weekly (trade publication)
- total number of waves between 12 and 30 Hz
- The New World Alliance
- Ted Nugent's World Bowhunters
- Temperature, Natural Wet Bulb (heat stress evaluation)
- Tactical Nuclear War Doctrine
- Tamil Nadu Women's Development Corporation (India)
- Tamil Nadu Women Development Project (India)
- Tamil Nadu Women's Forum (India)
- Tennessee Wing (Civil Air Patrol)
- Taman Nasional Way Kambas (Indonesian: Way Kambas National Park; Indonesia)
- Things Not Worth Keeping (arts project)
- The Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank
- The New Wave of the New Wave (UK bands)
- Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge (US Fish & Wildlife Service; Oklahoma)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When the North West Company arrived at the mouth of the Columbia in 1811, however, it found an American fort already there - Astoria.
Tim Hortons has partnered with the North West Company and will set up a kiosk in each location, running its bakery out of the general store.
There had been Montreal-based fur traders operating in the North West prior to 1776, but it is no coincidence that the end of the American Revolution and the creation of the North West Company occurred more or less simultaneously.
Then in 1821, the North West Company came to an end.
LAW609) EDWARD KENNEDY, CEO of THE NORTH WEST COMPANY (NWF.
Among the traders of the North West Company attracted to the fur-rich west was John Rowand, the son of a Scottish surgeon in Montreal and a French-Canadian mother.