WHOCAN

AcronymDefinition
WHOCANWomen Helping Ourselves with Cancer
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Let us show why only players whocan belong to some MWC ([M.sup.i](w) [not equal to]0) can receive positive payoffs in equilibrium.
SlimmingWorld is looking for people who have lost weight themselves with the organisation; people whocan"share their own weight-loss success to build a fabulous career".
City need quality players whocan come in and get the job done.
The Government must bite the bullet on the public ownership and control of the banks to ensure that lending is maintained to sound companies whocan keep the economy ticking over in these turbulent times.
You need a player whocan dominate in the middle of the park.
Amid the usual deluge of dodgy novelty records, Mad World is the Christmas choice for anyone whocan actually hear.
No more `Who's Gazza?'gaffs or musings on the merits of `popular music,'just judges with a grasp of modern-day reality whocan,as David Blunkett says,help communities ``fight against the selfish minority.''
They are a team whocan take scalps, as home wins against Newcastle, Aston Villa, Leeds and Spurs this season demonstrate.
But what I really respect about Dailly is the way he has handled failure.He has played in some of the worst games in the history of Scottish football,has witnessed disaster close up and has been caught like a rabbit in the headlights as other less fancied teams have damaged Scotland Whocan forget those terrible 20 minutes against the Faroe Islands as a local schoolteacher tore Scotland apart?
They were pretty good about it, and said they were just pleased I was now on their side,' admitted Bressington, whocan also play in the centre or at full back.
We need a type of player whocan make something happen like Aimar does.
They also havea couple of players whocan play a bit of football.