Tag: TW

  • Two Party System

    Two Party System in Voting Law Definition of Two Party System in the context of the United States election law: Political system in which only two major parties dominate the political scene alternately.

  • Two-wheeled Vehicle

    Hierarchical Display of Two-wheeled vehicle Transport > Land transport > Land transport > Road transportIndustry > Mechanical engineering > Mechanical engineering > Cycle and motorcycle industry Meaning of Two-wheeled vehicle Overview and more information about Two-wheeled vehicle For a […]

  • Twinning

    Hierarchical Display of Twinning Social Questions > Social affairs > Social lifeInternational Organisations > Non-governmental organisations > Non-governmental organisation > Council of European Municipalities and Regions Meaning of Twinning Overview and more information about Twinning For […]

  • Two-speed Europe

    Two-speed Europe and the European Union Resources See Also Variable geometry

  • Tw

    Concept of Tw in the context of Real Property A short definition of Tw: TO FOUR-FAMILY PROPERTY – Property designed to provide housing for no more than four families. Has much the same legal protection and lending advantages as a single family residence. The laws change once the dwelling is […]

  • Two Step Mortgage

    Concept of Two Step Mortgage in the context of Real Property A short definition of Two Step Mortgage: A mortgage or deed of trust that begins with a fixed interest rate for a specified number of years and then uses an adjustable rate for the remaining years.

  • Twin-Track Planning

    English Legal System: Twin-Track PlanningIn the context of the English law, A Dictionary of Law provides the following legal concept of Twin-Track Planning : (concurrent planning, twin-track planning) The planning involved in placing certain children who are in local-authority care with carers […]

  • Two-Spirited

    A term used to refer to North American Indian homosexual men of the Great Plains and elsewhere in the West. In the past, two-spirited men led their lives as transvestites and were given respected social statuses within their societies. Formerly, they were known by the somewhat derogatory French […]