WCI

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AcronymDefinition
WCIWestern Climate Initiative
WCIWind Chill Index (meteorology)
WCIWorking Certificate Intermediate
WCIWinners Chapel International (Living Faith Church Worldwide)
WCIWorld Certification Institute (est. 2003; Washington, DC)
WCIWhite Consolidated Industries (est. 1964)
WCIWebcenter Interaction (software)
WCIWalnut Creek Intermediate (Walnut Creek, CA)
WCIWinship Cancer Institute (Emory University; Atlanta, GA)
WCIWestern Culinary Institute (Portland, OR)
WCIWhale Conservation Institute
WCIWarren Correctional Institution (Warren, OH)
WCIWorker's Compensation Insurance (labor force coverage)
WCIWright Center of Innovation
WCIWaterloo Collegiate Institute
WCIWarrior Concepts International
WCIWound Care Institute
WCIWoodstock Collegiate Institute
WCIWahlin Communications Inc (Pelham Manor, NY)
WCIWorld Class Initiative (various organizations)
WCIWestinghouse Communities, Inc.
WCIWomen in Computational Intelligence (IEEE Computational Intelligence Society)
WCIWealth Creation Index
WCIWorld Concern International
WCIWork Centered Interface
WCIWhite-Light Coronagraphic Imager
WCIWalkable Communities, Inc.
WCIWestbridge Communication Inc (Edmonton, AB, Canada)
WCIWorst Credible Incidents (risk management assessment factor)
References in periodicals archive ?
The importance of wind chill index (WCI) is that it can be used as an appropriate criterion for wearing clothes in cold weather [5].
That's when the National Weather Service dropped a 50-year-old method of calculating the wind chill index. As a result, wind chill temperatures all across the continent soared the very next day.
There is no justification for playing games in 30- or 40-degree weather, with wind chill indexes making it feel even colder than that.