WDC

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AcronymDefinition
WDCWashington DC, USA
WDCWestern Digital Corporation
WDCWriting.com
WDCWisconsin Democracy Campaign
WDCWorld Diamond Council
WDCWaterfront Development Corporation (various locations)
WDCWorld Data Center
WDCWinchester Disk Controller
WDCWindows Domain Controller
WDCWest Dunbartonshire Council (UK)
WDCWalt Disney Company
WDCWorkforce Development Center
WDCWestern Defense Command (est. 1941; US Army)
WDCWarwick District Council (UK)
WDCWycombe District Council (UK)
WDCWestern Development Commission (Ireland)
WDCWireless Data Collector
WDCWorld Drivers Championship
WDCWorkforce Development Confederation (UK)
WDCWebsite Design Company
WDCWomen's Development Collective
WDCWaldman Diamond Company (New York, NY)
WDCWashington Document Center (Washington, DC)
WDCWard Development Committee
WDCWaveney District Council (UK)
WDCWestern District Conference
WDCWashington Design Center
WDCWokingham District Council
WDCWaitaki District Council (New Zealand)
WDCWork Design Collaborative
WDCWomen's Development Centre (Sri Lanka)
WDCWhen Darkness Comes (game)
WDCWorld Dance Council Ltd. (formerly World Dance & Dance Sport Council Ltd.)
WDCWestern Disaster Center
WDCWhite Dragons Clan (gaming)
WDCWestern Design Center, Inc.
WDCWhite Devils' Cause (band)
WDCWisconsin Deferred Compensation
WDCWilliam Dean Consultancy (UK)
WDCWorld Drift Championships
WDCWarwick Diabetes Care (UK)
WDCWorkforce Development Campus
WDCWorldwide DATACHECK (Radiometer America, Inc.)
WDCWomen Doing Comics
WDCWinter Dance Conference
WDCWeerter Darts Competitie (Netherlands)
WDCWiener Derby Cup
WDCWatershed Development Council
WDCWilliam Demuth Company (New York)
WDCWorld Disarmament Conference
WDCWolfenstein Death Company (gaming clan)
WDCWard Davis Communications
WDCWholesale Distribution Center
WDCWasher/Dryer Connection (housing)
WDCWeather Derivative Contracts
WDCWeb Design Club
WDCWilderness Dance Camp
WDCWings Digitizing Center
WDCWinnegamie Dog Club (Appleton, Wisconsin)
WDCWaterborne Disease Center (University of Connecticut Health Center)
WDCWork Definition Conference
WDCWheathampstead Development Centre (UK)
WDCWomen and Development Centre
WDCWeleda Diaper Care
WDCWiener Dog Creations
WDCWideband Direct Connectivity
WDCWaste Disposal Cask
WDCWideband Data Communication(s)
WDCWelland Development Commission (Canada)
WDCWhangerei District Council (New Zealand)
WDCWurtsmith Development Commission (Oscoda, Michigan)
WDCWeapons Depreciation Costs
WDCWeapons Data Converter
WDCWestlake Data Corporation
WDCWaveguide Directional Coupler
WDCWashtenaw Development Center (Michigan)
WDCWeapons Delivery Computer
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Moreover, within the framework of agricultural development projects and increasing its export potential, joint optimization of the supply chains of agricultural products is planned through the creation of a network of wholesale distribution centers.
79 Uzbek-Russian joint ventures, 23 new trading houses and 20 wholesale distribution centers in Uzbekistan will be created as a result of the reached agreements.
"We are frilly integrated with breeder flocks, hatcheries, feed mills, pullet farms, layer facilities, egg grading and processing, breaking operations and wholesale distribution centers," Andrews said.
With over 150 franchisees operating 400 mobile units, 7 remanufacturing facilities, and 20 wholesale distribution centers with an inventory of over 50,000 OEM replacement wheels, they are a leader in the wheel repair industry.
The Newport, N.C., company, whose six wholesale distribution centers service more than 14,000 hunting and fishing retailers nationwide, is taking on a more visible role.
Including its joint ventures, Agrico Canada maintains approximately 40 strategically located wholesale distribution centers and farm centers throughout the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, as well as a leased terminal in St.
The company has also discontinued operations at five of the company's wholesale divisions, allowing Fleming to focus its resources on the company's other wholesale distribution centers. Divisions that closed were located in Salt Lake City; Warsaw, North Carolina; Northeast Maryland; and Phoenix.
When SmithKline Beecham debuted Paxil last February it relied on the nation's 250 wholesale distribution centers to get the product on pharmacy shelves instead of dealing directly with the 60,000 or so retail pharmacies and hospitals--a strategy that allowed Paxil to reach patients more quickly and propelled the drug to achieve sales of over $50 million in its first five months.
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