Samantha Lewthwaite, 28, who is on the run in East Africa and is known as the White Widow, is believed to have been involved in the plot.
What does WW stand for?
WW stands for White Widow (cannabis strain)
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- West Wing
- Western Wastes (Everquest)
- Westwood (video game manufacturer)
- Wet Wax (ear)
- Wet Weight
- Wet Willy
- Whale Watching
- Where's Willy? (Canadian Currency tracker)
- Whirlwind (Diablo 2 game)
- White Water (pinball game)
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Byline: Jade Wright THE Lomax plays host to a charity night for Cerebra UK this autumn, with sets from The Razz, The Ragamuffins, The White Widows, Jem, The Relics, The Troubadours and DJ Lee Butler.
Acts like Voyage of the White Widow, 2007, and You Were Born Poor & Poor You Will Die, 2005, give Verfremdungseffekt a new meaning, with audience members doubled over laughing, squirting tears, and then flushed with embarrassment at their own complicity.
A kilo of skunk fetches pounds 3,000 on the streets, sold under names such as White Widow, Northern Lights, White Rhino and Bubblegum.
EMILY PATTERSON An Aura of Quiet BY HEDY WEISS In The Company, Robert Altman's new film about the Joffrey Ballet, Emily Patterson is the delicate, dark-eyed beauty on the swing--the one who captivatingly spins through White Widow, a Moses Pendleton piece she first learned during her two-year stint with MOMIX before joining the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago in 1998.
 Working as a delivery clerk, he lodged with a white widow who taught school, E[lizabeth?
Connerly says the most effective advertisement in California was one featuring Janice Ingram, a white widow and mother of two young children who was ejected from a vocational re-training class at a California junior college on the basis of race.