WKC

AcronymDefinition
WKCWhite Knight Chronicles
WKCWestminster Kingsway College (UK)
WKCWestminster Kennel Club
WKCWorld Karate Confederation (martial arts)
WKCWorld Kendo Championships
WKCWorld Kickboxing Council
WKCWatch-Keeping Certificate
WKCWestern Knight Center for Specialized Journalism (Los Angeles, CA)
WKCWorld Krak Cartel (band)
WKCWHO (World Health Organization) Kobe Centre (Japan)
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The England squad at the WKC World Championships in Orlando
Fighters from the Senshi Academy at Childwall Sports College, who have returned from the USA with WKC World Championship medals, including Nathan Conroy (front) and (below) Cameron Clark ANDREW TEEBAY
The WKC also had a very busy day at the Tesco Extra store in Talbot Green, taking on a bag-packing day to raise funds for the club which will go towards specialist equipment to bene-fit all members.
You can also purchase one at the WKC 136th Annual Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Feb.
MUSHIN KAI DOJO WKC World Championships UNDER the guidance of chief instructor Alfie Lewis and junior instructor Marcus Lewis, Wavetree Mushin Kai Dojo have come on leaps and bounds.
Colin wanted him to come to the academy so he could inspire his students ahead of the WKC World Karate and Kickboxing championships later this year.
The subjects of our research are top performance senior athletes from the "Rapid" Sports Club of Bucharest, components of the WKC (World Karate Confederation) RKF National Karate Squad.
Fresh from winning a continuous silver and points bronze medal at the WKC World Championships in Cadiz, Spain, Liam Coe, 17, kept his momentum going as he utilised an accurate axe kick to beat Stanley's tough Connor Hawley on his Impact debut.
In the 1970s, the EPA required WKC to invest in equipment to cut its flow of pollution to the Blackstone River.
The label of this scale was somewhat misleading because 7 of its 9 items referred to working hard with no reference to the underlying motivation, whereas the remaining items referred to the inability to relax and to feeling guilty when not working, both of which are indicative of WkC.
Alice 20, and 16-year-old Nick, members of the Welsh Karate Collective, picked up two of five gold medals won by the WKC.