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What does WC stand for?

WC stands for Winston Churchill

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A heavy and far-reaching military defeat,said Winston Churchill of the loss of the for tress.
In fact, wrote John Abbott in Kernel Press about Ophiucus, "To claim that people as disparate as Ozzy Osbourne, Winston Churchill and Richard Pryor have a similar set of characteristics is nonsense.
One was a grumpy Atlanticist who clashed with General De Gaulle, the other a slick French-speaker who saw a Britain "at the heart of Europe", but the French still prefer Winston Churchill over Tony Blair of Churchill's own memoir, despite the leader's memoir becoming a bestseller in much of the rest of the world.
Byline: JEREMY BUTLER IAN HOLLOWAY has turned to Winston Churchill in a bid to keep his Seasiders fighting on the beaches.
Byline: Jon Cleaver ONE dark and foggy night in Binley Woods many years ago, so the legend goes, war time leader Winston Churchill was forced to abandon a return trip to London, following a day's campaigning in the Midlands, and spend the night at a bungalow owned by local Conservative councillors Norman and May Ashman.