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WPLCWorkplace (former volunteer area of AOL)
WPLCWisconsin Public Library Consortium
WPLCWhite Pine Library Cooperative (Michigan)
WPLCWrong Parenthesis in Logical Expression (software fault)
WPLCWashington Prairie Lutheran Church (Decorah, IA)
WPLCWorkplace, Portal & Collaboration Products (IBM)
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"We are proud of this recognition and the workplace we have built where we recognize that our success is the result of the contributions from our associates," says Edward Jones Managing Partner Jim Weddle.