Wol

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Wol, WoL or WOL may refer to:

Computing
  • Wake-on-LAN, (/wɒl/) an Ethernet standard that allows computers to be powered on by a network message
  • An unofficial initialism for Web Ontology Language
  • .wol, file extension for the WOLF eBook file format
  • World Online, a defunct European internet service provider
  • Write-only language, a programming which facilitates hard to read code
Computer games
Publishing
  • Editorial language, (/wɒl/) acronym for write on line, a dotted or solid line in an exercise book for students to write in an answer.
Other
  • Owl (Winnie the Pooh), character in the Winnie the Pooh stories, who spells his name "Wol"
  • Wide outside lane, in bicycle transportation engineering
  • WOL (AM), a radio station in Washington, D.C.
  • WOL World Loud TV
  • Wol Books, the first independent academic bookshop (opened 1981) at Royal Holloway College, now Royal Holloway University of London, later taken over in 1987 by Pentos

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