Mew

MEW or MEWS may stand for:

  • Manufacturer's Empty Weight,the weight of the aircraft "as built"
  • Measure of Economic Welfare
  • Mortgage equity withdrawal, the decision of consumers to borrow money against the real value of their houses
  • Modified early warning score, a tool for evaluating deteriorating patients in medicine

Other articles related to "mew":

List Of British Swimming Championships Champions - Champions By Event - 50 M Breaststroke
... champion 2001 James Gibson Zoë Baker 2002 Darren Mew Zoë Baker 2003 Darren Mew Zoë Baker 2005 ... James Gibson Kate Haywood 2006 Darren Mew Kirsty ...
List Of Monster Rancher Characters - Villains - Mum Mew/ Mamanya
... A hybrid of Pixie and Mew, Mum Mew works under General Durahan as a sub-leader of the baddie remnants ... Vain, Mum Mew spends most of her time primping herself in front of a mirror, believing herself to be more beautiful than she is ...
List Of Tokyo Mew Mew Chapters
... The chapters of the manga series Tokyo Mew Mew were written by Reiko Yoshida and illustrated by Mia Ikumi ... that gives them special powers and allows them to transform into "Mew Mews" ... A sequel, Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode written and illustrated solely by Mia Ikumi, was serialized in Nakayoshi from April 2003 to February 2004 ...
List Of Pokémon (102–151) - Mew
... Number Type Does not evolve Like Mewtwo, Mew (ミュウ, Myū?) is a Psychic-type Pokémon with high stats ... the player can find journal entries in the Pokémon Mansion on Cinnabar Island stating that Mew was discovered deep in the jungles of Guyana, South America, on July 5 (the year is ... The name mew is based on the onomatopoeia of a cat's cry, meow ...
Charles Mewès - Biography
... Charles Frédéric Mewès was born at Strasbourg ... Mewès competed for the Grand Prix de Rome in 1885 and graduated in 1886 ... A brilliant and cultured man, Charles Mewès owned a refined library, especially in the architectural field ...

Famous quotes containing the word mew:

    Oh! my God! the down,
    The soft young down of her, the brown,
    The brown of her—her eyes, her hair, her hair . . .
    —Charlotte Mew (1870–1928)

    An’ him no more to me nor me to him
    Than the wind goin’ over my hand.
    —Charlotte Mew (1870–1928)

    This is only a most piteous pretense of sleep!
    —Charlotte Mew (1870–1928)