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WCC

Abbreviation for:
white cell count
white collar complex
World Class Commissioning, see there
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To provide additional clarity to the public, the WCC has changed the name of the working group previously known as "Form 3" to "Case Commencement.
Hence the WCC has been calling not only member churches and ecumenical councils but also governments, world leaders, and social movements to stand together in the fight against devastation--responding to man-made and natural disasters, ensuring peace, justice and dignity of all, and making our earth a safer place to live.
The chemical and microbial compositions of WCC and C-TMR prior to ensiling are shown in Table 1 and 2.
If the four-year IT networking program goes well, WCC may look into offering other four-year degrees, Walker said
Caption: A Korean children's choir opens the Justice Plenary session at the WCC Assembly in Busan, Korea.
Photos of the 1927 Ryder Cup in the clubhouse show golfers wearing neckties, knickers and fedoras, and the WCC caddies in white sweaters with large Ws on the front.
The WCC Stewards Program was her first international youth missions venture.
Loyola Marymount: The local rivals are used to challenging each other for the WCC title, and even when the Lions posted a losing record last season, they were one of only two WCC teams to win a series against Pepperdine.
Legumes and grasses have been used extensively as WCC (Frye et al.
WCC is tucked away at the end of a dirt road on 26 acres of deciduous forest and wetlands.
By Marlin VanElderen & Martin Conway, Geneva: WCC Publications, Risk Book Series No.
By 1988, WCC had grown from a division of TWC to a wholly owned subsidiary.