The saving grace though, happened to be on the card that night: a man who is widely considered a demigod in the world of martial arts.
What does WOMA stand for?
WOMA stands for World of Martial Arts (website)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of WOMA
We have 11 other meanings of WOMA in our Acronym Attic
- Writ of Mandamus (court order)
- Write Once Memory
- Write Only Memory
- Write Optional Memory
- Write-Only Memory
- Metropolitan Washington Orientation and Mobility Association
- Warrant Officer Management Act
- Western Ontario Mathematics Association (Canada)
- Word-of-Mouth Advertising
- Workshop on Memetic Algorithms (IEEE)
- World Organization of Martial Arts Athletes (est. 1998)
- Western Ontario and McMaster Osteoarthritis Index
- Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (est. 1982; Canada)
- Woman on the Move Against Cancer (UK)
- Women of Mathematics and Computing
- Women's Metropolitan Arts Council (Phoenix, Arizona)
- World of Mathematics and Computers (World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society)
- Winfrith Operations, Maintenance and Decommissioning (nuclear industry; UK)
- World of Music Arts and Dance (founded by Peter Gabriel)
- Women Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent, Inc. (San Francisco, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The world of martial arts has always been magic in my life, and I want to share the energy, fun and friendship I discovered in that world with my readers.
A 12-YEAR-OLD girl has stunned the world of martial arts with her meteoric rise from complete novice to British champion in less than three years.
Byline: BY JILLY BEATTIE HE may be 69 but Belfast grandad Oliver Brunton has just made history in the world of martial arts.
He says the world of martial arts is very small and actors tend to get recommended by others they have worked with.
By fulfilling this wish, Kit embarks on a quest, which takes him through 11 action-packed worlds set in thriving metropolises where dramatic camera angles and cinematic animations enhance the world of martial arts.
Byline: RODDIE McVAKE WHEN Rick Young was a boy in Edinburgh his only connection with the exotic world of martial arts was the Bruce Lee picture on his bedroom wall.
Ros Dodd looks at how a terrifying incident in her teens led Fay Goodman into the surprisingly calm world of martial arts.