WLC

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AcronymDefinition
WLCWisconsin Lutheran College
WLCWalled Lake Central (Michigan)
WLCWireless Lan Controller
WLCWeb Logic Cluster
WLCWireless Lan Card
WLCWorkload License Charge
WLCWeb Logic Collaborator
WLCWireless Logic Controller
WLCWashington Leadership Conference (Washington, DC)
WLCWest London College (UK)
WLCWestminster Larger Catechism (theology)
WLCWeighted Least-Connection
WLCWarrior Leader Course
WLCWorld Leadership Congress
WLCWafer Level Camera (Image sensors)
WLCWhole Life Costs
WLCWhite Lined Chipboard (cardboard grade)
WLCWorm-Like Chain
WLCWomen Leading Change (various organizations)
WLCWorkload License Charges
WLCWhite Light Coronagraph
WLCWomen's Leadership Circle (AARP Foundation)
WLCWilton Lyndeborough Cooperative (school; Wilton, New Hampshire)
WLCWigan & Leigh College (India)
WLCWireline Composite Log (oil industry)
WLCWorld Language Center
WLCWorld's Last Chance (Christian community)
WLCWorld Logging Championship (forestry competition)
WLCWestwood Lutheran Church (St. Louis Park, MN)
WLCWasatch Luge Club (Utah)
WLCWorld Literacy Canada (India)
WLCWoodlands Library Cooperative
WLCWorld Language Club (various locations)
WLCWork Load Control
WLCWalter L. Cohen (school; New Orleans, LA)
WLCWith Life Contingencies (insurance supplementary contract)
WLCWolters Learning Center
WLCWork Load Center
WLCWave Leadership College (Virginia Beach, VA)
WLCWest London Culture (UK)
WLCWireless LAN (Local Area Network) Controller (Cisco Wireless)
WLCWorld Languages and Classics
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The United Nations Climate Summit in Paris this December could be the world's last chance to develop a meaningful international agreement to prevent catastrophic climate disruption.
Worse, since Rome, Scheffer has adopted a dangerously rigid posture, warning that when the ICC delegates meet again on November 27, it will be the world's last chance. "If this opportunity is allowed to wither or is flatly rejected, then the opportunity to bring the U.S.
In 1964, a middle-aged Wallace Stegner declared the West to be "the New World's last chance to be something better, the only American society malleable enough to be formed." This pronouncement was characteristically self-effacing.
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