The financially troubled University of West Los Angeles closed its Woodland Hills campus last May, affecting 175 students.
What does WLA stand for?
WLA stands for West Los Angeles (California, USA)
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We have 81 other meanings of WLA in our Acronym Attic
- Wright Laboratory
- Wario Land 3 (gaming)
- Wario Land 4 (gaming)
- Harley-Davidson World War II 45 cubic inch V-twin military motorcycle model
- Washington Library Association (Washington state organization for librarians)
- Washington Lightkeepers Association (Seabeck, WA)
- Wasteload Allocation
- Web, Library and Archives (IACO)
- Week Look Ahead
- Weighted Linkage Algorithm
- Westchester Library Association (Westchester County, New York)
- Western Lacrosse Association
- Western Locomotive Association (UK)
- Wildlife Act (Canada)
- Winnebago Lutheran Academy (Wisconsin)
- Wire Line Adapter
- Wire-Loop Antenna
- Wireless Leakage Analysis
- Wireless Location Appliance (Cisco)
- Wisconsin Library Association (Madison, WI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
25 per rentable square foot in West Los Angeles to a high of $9.
5 weekend, First Interstate Bank of California consolidated the four former HomeFed Bank branches in West Los Angeles that it bought from the Resolution Trust Corp.
Segal in Department C of the West Los Angeles Division of the Los Angeles Superior Court.
The report supplies figures for every county in the state and eight regions in Los Angeles County: the Antelope Valley, east Los Angeles County, downtown Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, the San Gabriel Valley, South Los Angeles, the South Bay area, and west Los Angeles County.
WEST LOS ANGELES, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The West Los Angeles office market was off to a slow start in the first quarter of 1993, with absorption down significantly from last year, according to a report released by Grubb & Ellis Commercial Real Estate Services.
6 million square feet of office space concentrated in downtown Los Angeles, West Los Angeles and San Diego.
The audit released last week found that the county must reimburse the federal government $6 million for a portion of the past lease payments on two buildings in El Monte and others in Glendale and West Los Angeles and reduce future claims by $1.