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  • The people to whom you refer have been ... pike64: the wc is a monopoly because no other sporting event (including the olympics) can compete with it. there are other world cups such as rugby union, rugby league and cricket. perhaps one day when pigs can fly you may even have an ...

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • At various times I might find it useful to use 'wc', 'grep' and 'diff' to figure out what is going on, where a word appears or whether I deleted something I didn't mean to.

    The Project Gutenberg FAQ 2002

  • OpenH323, an open-source implementation of this protocol, consists of over 7 MB of C++ code (the UNIX utility 'wc' reports that it's over 2.4 million lines of code).

    langreiter.com simple plainness

  • So, someone could decide to become 'wc' ... doesn't mean that I'm that person though.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • So sorry "wc" but you made your bed a long time ago.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Current project: Create an identical 'wc' replacement without checking the original, and then review code differences.

    Doom9's Forum

  • The simplest way to count the number of elements in a set is to use "wc" command.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Many of thefe places were probably fo call - ed in Alfre whofe name wc have loft; which he thinks the adjacent hamlet of Romanby CRomanorum babitatio) fufficienlly denotes.

    The history of North-Allerton, in the county of York : To which is addeda description of the Castle-hills

  • As in numbers or basic final destinations (north central, SW, etc) lalala wheee. the 23 has drunks on the bus just about everyday. once a week there will be a rolling beer can in the back of the bus. they are mostly headed to the watering holes in wc.

    Getting Rid of the Ride-Free Zone « PubliCola

  • Advertisement var doubleclick_ad_params = 'a = 1; r = 0; w = 1; wg = 2; wa = 28; wc = UK; wi = 1984; wi = 30; wi = st; wi = mary; wi = axe; wi = angus; wi = deayton; wi = barbican; wi = bbc; wi = radio; ra = 28; rg = 2; jid = 1243317; c = jo; pt = jo ';

    January 23rd, 2009

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