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WMWilliam
WMWindows Mobile (Microsoft)
WMWindows Media (Microsoft)
WMCollege of William and Mary (Williamsburg, VA)
WMWaste Management
WMWeltmeisterschaft (German: World Cup)
WMWindow Manager
WMWeb Money
WMWest Midlands (UK)
WMWashington Mutual, Inc. (stock symbol)
WMWalMart
WMWhite Matter
WMWorking Memory
WMWatermark
WMWrestleMania
WMWest Marine (US boating supply chain)
WMWindows Messenger
WMWeb Master
WmWet Milieubeheer (Dutch: law on environment management)
WMWorking Man (Gibson guitar model)
WMWar Machine
WMWeb Mail
WMWorshipful Master
WMWire Mesh
WMWest Milford (New York)
WMWachtmeister (German: Sergeant)
WMWatershed Management
WMWashington Monthly (Washington, DC)
WMWindow Maker (Linux window manager)
WMWater Meter
WMWinchester Magnum
WMWattmeter
WMWestern Montana
WMWire Management
WMWeighted Mean
WMProfessionelles Wissensmanagement
WMWhy Me?
WMWhite Mage (Final Fantasy game)
WMWeb Mining
WMWho? Me?
WMWeld Metal (welding)
WMWertpapier-Mitteilungen (German: ad-hoc statement on shares)
WMWireless Module
WMWoman Marine
WMWomen Ministries
WMWooden Man
WMWaveform Monitor
WMWork Measurement
WMWinged Migration (movie)
WMWorld Mapping
WMWaldenström's Macroglobulinemia
WMWord Macro Virus
WMWatch Manager (fire-fighter rank)
WMWordMasters (national analogy test)
WMWangan Midnight (video game)
WMWhorl Maggot
WMWomans Ministry
WMWritten Manifest
WMWomen-Owned Minority Business
WMWronskian Model
WMWulling Motors Co., Ltd
WMWealth Management (finance)
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Michael Busse, a fifth-grader at Eugene Christian School, recently took top honors in the WordMasters Challenge, a national language arts competition entered by more than 225,000 students each year.
Amy Parks, a fifth-grader at Eugene Christian School, has received highest honors in the 2004 WordMasters Challenge, a national language arts competition.
Alex Pendell, an eighth-grader at Eugene Christian School, earned a perfect score in the difficult Blue Division of the WordMasters Challenge meet in December, in which students competed to solve analogies.
Paige DePaepe, a sixth-grader at Eugene Christian School, is one of only 49 sixth-graders in the nation to earn a perfect score in the Spring WordMasters competition, held in April.
Two students from Eugene Christian School recently won highest honors in this year's WordMasters Challenge, a national language arts competition entered by more than 230,000 students each year and consisting of three separate meets held at intervals during the school year.
Ki Stratton, an eighth-grader at Eugene Christian School, recently won highest honors in this year's first meet of the WordMasters Challenge - a national language arts competition entered by more than 230,000 students annually, consisting of three separate meets held at intervals during the school year.
Chaffee School students who achieved high marks on the national WordMasters Challenge, a national competition for students in Grades 3 through 8.
A student from Eugene Christian School recently won high honors in this year's WordMasters Challenge, a national language arts competition entered by more than 230,000 students annually.
The WordMasters Challenge is a fun classroom competition for language arts students, providing preparation for the verbal portion of the SAT and Advanced Placement English language and literature.