WUC

AcronymDefinition
WUCWindsor Utilities Commission (Windsor, Ontario, Canada)
WUCWorld Uyghur Congress
WUCWater User Committee (various locations)
WUCWork Unit Code (US DoD)
WUCWe Use Coupons (website)
WUCWriters' Union of Canada (est. 1973)
WUCWeb User Control
WUCWorld Ultimate Championships (frisbee sports)
WUCWork Under Contract
WUCWork Utilization Code (US DoD)
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The AJK government was demanding WUC on Mangla dam at the rate of Rs 1.10 per unit at par with Punjab and KP on Tarbella Dam and Ghazi Brotha Hydel Power Project respectively.
The WUC accuses China of repressing the rights of Uyghurs.
The World University Championships (WUCs) are organized by the Federation Internationale du Sport Universitaire (FISU) and are played every two years.
Referring to Turkey's denial of a visa to WUC President Rabia Kadeer, Can said while Kadeer, who has lived in the US for years, is able to freely enter any country in the world, she is denied entry to Turkey.
On his turn, the guest commended the Sultanate's international participations, calling upon the ministry to take part in the championships being organized by the WUC or hosting one of these championships in the Sultanate.
The Urumqi riots attracted international attention and became a propaganda battle between the TIP and separatists led by World Uighur Congress (WUC) president Rebiya Kadeer.
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Alim Seytoff, a US-based spokesman for the overseas World Uyghur Congress (WUC), said the official narrative of the Tiananmen event was full of holes and discriminatory.
One example that I witnessed on a survey was when an electronic subcomponent existed on the assembly catalog under the work unit code (WUC) for a Scheduled Removal Card (SRC).
Chinese state media reported the death toll close to 200 with the majority being Han Chinese, though the WUC reported that it was closer to 600 and that the government was understating the number of Uighur casualties.
The World Uyghur Congress (WUC) said the nine men were sentenced to between seven and 10 years in prison on various charges, including harbouring "extremist religious thoughts" and holding "underground religious meetings".
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