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Web addressThe most direct way to find a particu...
Web browserSoftware for accessing the internet. ...
Web pageA document on the Internet. Some docu...
Welfare-to-Work VouchersThe U.S. Department of Housing and Ur...
Welfare to Work (W2W)A key component of Tempoary Assistanc...
WICNurtrition program (free food, infant...
World Wide WebSometimes called the Web. It is the l...
WormsViruses that are passed through e-mai...

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The most direct way to find a particular web site. They are made up of top and second level domain.

Software for accessing the internet. Comes with Windows.

A document on the Internet. Some documents (pages) are long and others may be short - length does not affect whether the page is called a page. It is determined by being a document.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has long maintained that stable, affordable housing is a critical but often missing factor in a family's transition from welfare to economic independence. The large number of working families that continue to have worst case housing needs suggests that simply obtaining a job will neither resolve a family's housing problems nor provide economic stability.

A key component of Tempoary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Administered by states under guidelines U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

Nurtrition program (free food, infant formula, etc.) for women (pregnant), infants and children. Administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food and Nutrition Service.

Sometimes called the Web. It is the largest collection of information in the internet. It includes all the pictures, music, and pages of information that most people surf through.

Viruses that are passed through e-mail. They replicate in disks and memory until all space is taken which eventually causes the computer to shut down.