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AWM, or AUME. An ancient measure, used in measuring Rhenish wines it contained forty gallons.

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Mr Stokes has served three terms as a member and is currently the Chairman of the AWM Council.
Deutsche AWM achieved a 31 percent return on investment for sustainability upgrade projects in the US and doubled properties certified with a "green label" from 2012 through 2014.
AWM is a diverse community - whether type of media, job or global location - that facilitates industry‐wide collaboration, education, and innovation.
Now to add insult to injury we discover that sacking hundreds of dedicated employees of AWM cost the taxpayer pounds 7 million.
The Manufacturing Technology Centre at Ansty Park near Rugby could have a huge impact on the expansion of modern hi-tech manufacturing in the Midlands, but would never have got off the drawing-board without AWM.
There, AWM and its partner Goodmans negotiated with JLR and Coventry City Council to re-develop the site for mixed use ranging from affordable housing through to light manufacturing.
It has been revealed that AWM has so far paid out pounds 3.
The AWM design process for a new facility involves the user supplying or selecting information about the operation and its location using the icons on the AWM main menu (fig.
In addition, since the share price of its AWM lode is also on an upward trajectory, that subsidiary can proceed with further public offerings all to the added glory of HWM's bottom line--thanks to SAB 51.
AWM still had 222 members of staff - including most of the senior management team - at the beginning of this financial year, suggesting further bumper redundancy bills are set to mount up for the agency.
The Government is replacing regional development agencies like AWM with new partnerships between local authorities and business leaders, known as local enterprise partnerships.