PWC

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AcronymDefinition
PWCPricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP (accounting/consulting firm)
PWCPersonal Water Craft
PWCPhilosophy with Children
PWCPrince William County (Virginia, USA)
PWCPartnership with Children (various organizations)
PWCPartnering with Communities (various organizations)
PWCPratt & Whitney Canada (division of United Technologies Corporation)
PWCPacific West Conference (intercollegiate college athletic conference)
PWCPower Wheelchair
PWCPeople Who Connect (international club)
PWCProceed with Caution
PWCPublic Works Center
PWCPublic Warehousing Company (of Kuwait)
PWCPhysics with Computers
PWCParent with Care
PWCPeople Working Cooperatively (Cincinnati, Ohio)
PWCPacific Warfighting Center (US Navy)
PWCPhysicians Who Care (various locations)
PWCPublic Works Canada (Government of Canada)
PWCPrototype Window Class (computing)
PWCPreferential Weld Corrosion (carbon steel)
PWCPiecewise Constant
PWCPublic Works Construction (standard specifications)
PWCProfessionals in Workers' Compensation
PWCProfessional Wedding Consultant
PWCPsychosocial Working Conditions (UK survey)
PWCPrince of Wales College (former school, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada)
PWCPressurized Water Reactor
PWCPurcell Wilderness Conservancy (provincial park; Canada)
PWCPersons With Chronic Fatigue
PWCPotable Water Cabinet (various companies)
PWCPosted without Comment
PWCPublic Works Contractor
PWCNational Organization of Physicians Who Care
PWCProfessional Women Controllers, Inc. (air traffic control specialists)
PWCPersonal Wireless Conference
PWCPolitical Warfare Committee
PWCPrimary Working Capital
PWCPale Western Cutworm
PWCProfessional Women's Caucus
PWCParkin-Wesley College (Australia)
PWCPrincipal Warfare Commander
PWCPacific War Council (WWII)
PWCPrimary/Program Work Code
PWCPinconning Wesleyan Church (Pinconning, Michigan)
PWCPersons With Crohn's (disease)
PWCPrimary Work Center
PWCPass with Credit
References in periodicals archive ?
Persons with ulcerative proctitis, however, do not appear to bear any increased risk of cancer Although studies of persons with Crohn's disease of the colon are not as numerous or complete, many researchers believe that the risk of cancer in these patients is substantially less than in ulcerative colitis, but greater than in the general population.
abscess--a localized collection of pus which may form in the abdominal cavity or in the rectal area in persons with Crohn's disease.
ankylosing spondylitis--a chronic inflammatory disease of the spine and adjacent joints which is seen in some persons with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis.
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