from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of the Women's Army Corps, organized during World War II, but now no longer a separate branch.
- abbr. Women's Army Corps
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- Women's Army Corps (Formerly a US military organization for women)
- A member of the Women's Army Corps.
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- n. an army corps that was organized in World War II but is no longer a separate branch of the United States Army
- n. a member of the Women's Army Corps
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The Bulldogs improved to 10-1 in WAC openers under coach Pat Hill.
` ` This is the most dominant team in WAC history, '' conference commissioner Karl Benson told the Broncos after the game.
His 343 points rank fourth in WAC annals, topped only by Elam (395), Marshall Faulk of San Diego State (376, 1991-93) and Derek Mahoney of Fresno State (351, 1990-93).
The WAC is assured spots in two bowls - the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl at Honolulu and the MPC Computers Bowl at Boise.
Western Athletic Conference: The biggest change in the WAC is on the Louisiana Tech bench where Kurt Budke is now coach following the retirement of the legendary Leon Barmore.
Good all-around player who made first team All-Defense in WAC and hit 52.9% of shots from field.
She was named the WAC Pacific Division Player of the Year in 1998 while leading the conference in hitting percentage (.389) and blocks (1.69).
Her experience in the war as a WAC was a major factor in her life.
The WAC is a nationally tracked index that closely reflects drug pricing dynamics.