PWC

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PWC

  1. Personal Water Craft.
    • 1990 March, Cliff Gromer, Firsthand Report: Yamaha WaveRunner III, Popular Mechanics, page 104,
      Clearly, Yamaha saw a trend coming when it designed this big PWC. Since the Callaway Gardens introduction, Bombardier debuted its own 3-person watercraft, the Sea-Doo GT.
    • 2000, South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, Volumes 9-10, page 17,
      Until the collapse of the Soviet Union, serious criticism of our culture of consumption and domination, symbolized nicely by PWC, was very often thought un-American and unacceptable.
    • 2010, Office of the Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, Title 36: Parks, Forests, and Public Property, page 120,
      (g) Personal water craft (PWC). (1) PWC may operate on Lake Meredith except in the following closed areas: stilling basin below Sanford Dam, within 750 feet of the Sanford Dam intake tower, and on the waters of the Canadian River.

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