Ws Sentence Examples
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The Assumption or Ascension of Moses ('Avanti is Mwvo ws) is a prophecy of the future relating to Israel, put into the mouth of Moses, and addressed to Joshua just before the great lawgiver died.
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Can I take electives only at the WS society?
Finally, as a sophisticated digital communications tool, ASL's innovative WS Series digital wireless intercom will also be on display.Advertisement
He completed his diploma in legal practice in 1995 and completed a traineeship with Ketchen and Stevens, WS in 1997.
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Tastings are all done "blind" by the editor or tasting staff, who have reviewed and graded the wine according to the "WS" rating system of 100 points.
For instance, if Wine Spectator awarded the score, then following the number you will see (WS) in parentheses.Advertisement
Williams syndrome (WS) is sometimes also referred to as Williams-Beuren syndrome.
Children with WS usually have a variety of physical problems, especially problems with hearts defects.
Children with WS are often overfriendly and have varying intellectual disabilities, with relatively good skills in music and language.
The way in which WS spontaneously arises is not clear.
Concepts involving numbers-especially math and time-appear to be more difficult for children with WS.Advertisement
The child with WS may have difficulty forming relationships with peers, preferring the company of younger children or adults.
Children with WS are overly social and outgoing, inappropriately friendly to adults and unwary of strangers.
If a parent notices that a child has the symptoms of WS the doctor should be consulted.
Also commonly observed are poor fine motor coordination and delayed development in language (although individuals with WS go on to develop excellent language skills).
In many cases, a heart murmur or suspected heart disorder may lead a cardiologist to suspect Williams syndrome, since an estimated 70 to 75 percent of people with WS have mild to severe cardiovascular problems.Advertisement
Until the early 2000s, the diagnosis of WS made based on the child having a certain number of the symptoms of the disease.
As of 2004, it was possible to test a child's genes for the deletion that causes WS.
This test is only done when it is considered very likely that a child has WS because many of the clinical features are present.
In most cases, the child with WS will require multidisciplinary care throughout adult life, with continued medical assessment to diagnose and treat medical complications early.
If you're in the middle of a large group of swing dancers, it may be difficult to remember that "LF FW RF WS HOH TwL" is what you meant to mean "Left foot forward, right foot weight shift, hands overhead twirl left."Advertisement
It also makes it easier to post things on the boards, both in terms of speed (faster to type WS than "that cheating lying bastard I married") and also keeping some anonymity and distance between the situation and talking about it.
In a news story, the lead is usually focused on answering one of the five "Ws" (who, what, when, where, and why) or the "H" (how).
This means answering what journalists often call "five Ws and one H."
A considerable fragment has been preserved from the sixth book, entitled Hitrpta KWVVTavTCVOUIroX€WS, a history of Byzantium from its earliest beginnings till the time of Constantine the Great.