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WMA may refer to:
- Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association, a nonprofit trade association for owners of manufactured home communities in California
- Western Marble Arch, a synagogue in central London
- William Morris Agency (1898–2009), literary and entertainment agents, now known as WME Entertainment
- World Masters Athletics formerly WAVA, the world governing body for age group Track and Field over age 35
- World Medical Association (founded 1947), World Confederation of free professional Medical Associations
- World Marketing Alliance Inc., renamed to World Financial Group
- Wildlife Management Areas
- Wastewater Management Authority (Mauritius)
- Warsash Maritime Academy, a nautical college that is part of the Southampton Solent University
- Wilbraham & Monson Academy, a college-prep school in Massachusetts
- Washington Metropolitan Area, the area in, and immediately surrounding, Washington D.C.
Science and Technology
- Weighted moving average, in technical analysis
- Windows Media Audio, a digital audio file format created by Microsoft
- Wireless Messaging API in Java ME MIDP
- W.M.A. (song), a Pearl Jam song from 1993's Vs. album, meaning White Male American.
- World Music Awards, an international awards show founded in 1989 that annually honors recording artists based on worldwide sales figures provided by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI)
- World Metal Alliance (founded 1992), a community of heavy metal fans and musicians dedicated to the promotion, protection, and preservation of heavy metal music
- Western martial arts, the study of historical manuscripts to teach students the martial arts of Europe
- White Male Adult - commonly used in reports by United States law enforcement personnel.
- Wildlife Management Area, protected areas set aside in for the conservation of wildlife and for recreational activities involving wildlife
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