Interestingly, West Coasters have been more likely to stop and help.
What does WC stand for?
WC stands for West Coaster (rollercoaster website)
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We have 52 other meanings of WC in our Acronym Attic
- Week Commencing (shorthand)
- Weight Code (vehicle registration USA)
- Wellington College (UK)
- Welsh Corgi
- Welsh Council
- Wes Craven (film director)
- Wesleyan Chapel
- Wesleyan Church
- West Chester University (West Chester, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The KOD win, decided on IRC corrected time, also clinched a victory for eXtasea in the Sovereign Series, the Ocean Racing Club of Victoria's ocean pointscore, centred on the Melbourne to Hobart West Coaster Race.
That was quite a leap of faith for a loyal west coaster - born and raised in a sweet spot between Loch Lomond and Glasgow.
The West Coasters are likely to be viewed as mystery horses by national handicappers because many will compete only on synthetic tracks before going to Churchill Downs.
Though it might be tempting for West Coasters to explain the downward population trends in the Midwest and Northeast as an aversion to cold weather, the two regions have more in common than chilly climates.
I like Floridians and West Coasters and East Coasters; I especially love the East Coast--Boston and Cape Cod are magical.
To hear Roker tell it, he is a man of varying roles: editor, artist, designer, East Coaster, West Coaster, son, black man, and Jew.
Rhymefest and Ras Kass both delivered lively sets, with the West Coaster livening the New York crowd with his lyrical acrobatics.