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WCWater Closet (restroom)
WCWheelchair
WCWelcome
WCWorld Cup
WCWorld Champion
WCWorker's Compensation
WCWild Card (sports; card games)
WCWorld Class
WCWarcraft (computer game)
WCWarcraft
WCWilmington College (Ohio)
WCWestside Connection
WCWeather Channel
WCWine Cooler
WCWildcat
WCWaste Container (various companies)
WCWestminster College
WCWisconsin Central (railroad)
WCWoman Crush
WCWaist Circumference
WCWorship Center
WCWild Caught (wildlife)
WCWestern Conference (hockey)
WCWriting Center
WCWeatherford College (Weatherford, Texas)
WCWing Commander
WCTungsten Carbide
WCWestchester
WCWeb Cam
WCWeek Commencing (shorthand)
WCWho Cares?
WCWashington Capitals (hockey team)
WCWill Consider
WCWinston Churchill
WCWorst Case (conditions)
WCWater-Cooled
WCWet Chemical
WCWorking Copy
WCWater Curtain (various companies)
WCWord Count
WCWar Chief (gaming)
WCWorking Capital
WCWarren Commission (John F. Kennedy assassination)
WCWaning Crescent
WCWater Column (measure of pressure)
WCWinston Cup
WCWithout Charge
WCWireless Client
WCWeb Conference
WCWest Covina (California)
WCWhite Castle (restaurant)
WCWearable Computing
WCWind Chill
WCWind Current (US DoD)
WCWork Center
WCWabash College (Indiana)
WCWorld Cultures
WCWay Cool
WCWork Completed
WCWii Chess (video game)
WCWood Cutting (Rune-Scape)
WCLondon West Central (postcode, United Kingdom)
WCWith Contract
WCWeb Cache
WCWild Cherry
WCWaxing Crescent
WCWestern Central
WCWindows Computer
WCWord Choice (proofreading)
WCWes Craven (film director)
WCWar College
WCWheaton College (Illinois)
WCWavelength Converter (IEEE)
WCWar Child
WCWelsh Corgi
WCWest Chester University (West Chester, PA)
WCWatson-Crick (DNA model)
WCWall Covering
WCWealth Creation
WCWrite Combining
WCWeather Condition
WCWinchester Cathedral
WCWorld Conquest (gaming)
WCWesleyan Church
WCWorld Court
WCWall Calendar
WCWindows Commander
WCWellington College (UK)
WCWorld Changers
WCWater Cut
WCWire Center
WCWorld Coordinate (computer science)
WCWarren Central (High School)
WCWriter's Cramp
WCWildwood Crest (New Jersey)
WCWolf Camera
WCWesleyan Chapel
WCWorld Clubs (Northwest Airlines lounge)
WCWorks Council
WCWatch Commander (police)
WCWeapons Control
WCWorld Craft (3D mapping program)
WCWailing Caverns (World of Warcraft game)
WCWestfield College
WCWad Cutter (type of bullet)
WCWood Cutting (gaming, Rune-Scape)
WCWorthless Check (finance)
WCWaiting Child (adoptions)
WCWork Card (various nations)
WCWaynesburg College (Pennsylvania)
WCWorld Concept
WCCorrected Sweep Width
WCWest Coaster (rollercoaster website)
WCWest Commons (Everquest)
WCWideband Communications
WCWrong Chat
WCWater Charity (various locations)
WCWritten Comprehension (test)
WCWorking Circle (Sprint)
WCWeight Code (vehicle registration USA)
WCWoman Constable (UK)
WCWailing Caves (gaming, Everquest II)
WCWrite Controller
WCWarlord's Command (gaming, World of Warcraft)
WCWhite Cornish (chicken breed)
WCWelsh Council
WCWind driven Current
WCWashington Corporations
WCWithdrawal Credit
WCWars Central (video game website)
WCWraparound Counter
WCWaived with Credits
WCWork of the Chariot Trust
WCWaste Convenience
WCWasteCare Corporation
WCWog Coalition
WCWeyman Copenhagen (Copenhagen Snuff)
WCWanaruah Custodians (Australia)
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Since ILECs and CLECs may target deployment of ATS in areas that are heavy users of communications services, a set of regressors that controls for the relevant types of industries (specifically SIC 52 and 54) in each wire center was required.
Natural log of the number of CLEC competitors within three miles of an ILEC wire center
Number of employees (of firms located within a wire center boundary)
Measured in terms of small, medium, or large corporate owner of the wire center (separated into specific companies to reduce systematic biases).
The horizontal and vertical coordinates of each wire center, provided by the Local Exchange Routing Guide (LERG) database, were converted to miles using the "Donald Elliptic Projection" methodology (National Exchange Carrier Association, 1999).
The data set contains the number of access lines for a few thousand wire centers. We are able to obtain the prediction of the number of access lines for the remaining wire centers by performing a regression where the number of access lines is a function of the number of households and number of people employed in the wire center.
As shown in Table 2, in 2001, packet switching was offered by ILECs in a minority of wire centers in the United States.
Research by Legg Mason Telecom Research Group (2001) predicted that the restructuring and consolidation of the corporate ownership of rural wire centers would accelerate the rollout of ATS in rural areas of the United States.
Wire centers are switching centers for a local exchange's traffic within an area, also known as Class 5 Offices.
About 100 wire centers are omitted because of their not having been used for switched access throughout the entire period or because of poor data quality.