Dr Arno Gego, Director of Aachen School of Course Design and Susane Schmitt-Rimkus, Director of National Stud Warendorf signed the MoU with Fahad Saad al Qahtani, Director of Al Shaqab.
What does WAF stand for?
WAF stands for Warendorf
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- Washington Association for the Education of Speakers of Other Languages
- Wyoming Association of Elementary School Principals
- Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool (WebAIM)
- Washington Association of Educators of the Talented and Gifted
- World Alternative Energy Index (Société Générale)
- Washington Association for the Education of Young Children
- West African Economic Zone
- Wall Attenuation Factor (wireless signal strength)
- Wallis and Futuna (Polynesian French island territory)
- Warszawskie Alternatywy Filmowe (Polish: Warsaw Alternative Film; film festival; Warsaw, Poland)
- Water Accommodated Fraction
- Watershed Assessment Framework (various organizations)
- Wavelet Analysis Filter
- We Are Family
- We Are the Future
- Weapons Analysis Facility
- Weather and Forecasting
- Web and Film (festival)
- Web Application Firewall (IT security)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mundry, who used to be a jockey, is based in showjumping country around Warendorf and looks like becoming a European handler to follow.
After the war, this dreamy canvas (Hynckes' art falls into the school or category of magic realism) was sold to Hemingway through Hynckes's publishing house, Holkema, in Warendorf, in 1949.
It features the world renowned dressage/eventing trainer and judge Christoph Hess, who is also director of training for the German Equestrian Federation and is responsible for the German National Centre at Warendorf.
Sheffield is aiming the 17hh grey Catch The Tiger at the three-star Warendorf CIC in Germany, looking towards gaining qualification for the four-star Burghley event this autumn.
Neighbours Kerstin Hoch, 27, and boyfriend Ralf Aretz went to court in Warendorf, south of Osnabruck, Germany.