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WMCWellington Management Company, LLP
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WMCWesleyan Methodist Chapel (UK)
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WMCWall Mount Control (various companies)
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WMCWine Masters Challenge
WMCWorld Masters Championships
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WMCWilderness Medical Consultants (Canada)
WMCWorld Mission Committee
WMCWeapons Monitoring Center
WMCWolverines Motorcycle Club
WMCWaste Minimization Coordinator
WMCWeighted Methods for Class
WMCWeak Mutation Coverage
WMCWessex Mountaineering Club (England)
WMCWoodbridge Music Club (Woodbridge, VA)
WMCWet Mateable Connection (subsea electrical connection)
WMCWeil Marketing Communications (Vernon Hills, IL)
WMCWeapon Management and Control (US Navy)
WMCWorkload Monitoring and Control
WMCWool Manufacturers Council (Boston, MA)
WMCWelcome Motos Club (French motorcycle club)
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He was also president of the Working Men's College.
[John Ruskin, 1819-1900, who began his involvement in education in the mid-i8sos teaching drawing at the Working Men's College in the UK, and strongly supported the idea that through education workers could achieve a crucially-important sense of (self-)fulfilment.]
Skeat, he helped found the London Working Men's College and was a "hearty rower" serving as original for Grahame's Ratty in The Wind and the Willows (82).
He found material for his novels and short stories in a post-graduation trip to Italy with his mother (A Room With a View), teaching at the Working Men's College in London (Howards End), three years in Egypt during World War I as a Red Cross volunteer, and two later trips to India, one as the secretary of an Indian prince (A Passage to India).
Ruskin famously said that, 'the teaching of art is the teaching of all things', setting his pupils at the London Working Men's College the task of representing, by drawing, a white sphere by shading only.
Hughes's admiration for the religious reformer Frederick Denison Maurice led him to join the Christian Socialists and, in 1854, to become a founding member of the Working Men's College, of which he was principal from 1872 to 1883.
Rossiter became a teacher at the Working Men's College and it was here that his ideas for a similar institution in South London took shape.
Huxley becomes lecturer on natural history at Royal School of Mines; Ruskin founds the Working Men's College; Spencer, Man versus the State; Thoreau, Walden
Ruskin assists founding of the London Working Men's College
Some contributed to working men's colleges, and educational grants were allowed to members who wished to make use of them.
She covers old schools (Charterhouse, Westminster), new schools (Working Men's Colleges, Ragged Schools, the Polytechnic, Queen's College for Girls), and schools almost no one has written about (the Jewish Free School and the Freemasons' schools).