WIAC


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AcronymDefinition
WIACWisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
WIACWomen's Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
WIACWorld Internet Animation Competition
WIACWilson Industrial Air Center (Wilson, NC)
WIACWeapon Integration and Control
WIACWomen in Action Committee (Windsor, Canada)
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WIAC had a distinguished history, forming in Paris in 1900 as the Paris International Art Club, and its first British exhibition under its name was also held in 1900 at the Grafton Galleries.
Currently, the WIAC has at least 97 international arbitrators, including McCracken & Frank LLP's Thomas Stiebel.
We have been planning our handling of the WIAC for several months, working with partner agencies and using the expertise of officers across the force.
Andrew Kerr, director of leisure and culture for Birmingham City Council, said organisers of the parade were enthusiastic about combining with the WIAC to deliver an event worthy of Birmingham's bid to become European Capital of Culture 2008.