UCCA


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UCCA

(ˈʌkə)
(formerly, in Britain) n acronym for
(Education) Universities Central Council on Admissions
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UCCA

(Brit dated) abbr of Universities Central Council on Admissions˜ ZVS f
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Accordingly, as the court's determination is supported by the record and provides the parties with substantial justice (see UCCA 1804, 1807), the judgment is affirmed.
However, MCP and fixed kernel home ranges are appropriate methods to estimate home ranges in wetland complexes like UCCA were water sources are less linear.
Just at the time we were filling in our UCCA forms to go off to university, the careers master took ill which left us with a problem.
Universities' Central Council on Admissions (UCCA) (1989), Statistical Supplement to the Twenty-seventh Report, UCCA, Cheltenham.
For Sans, the Director position at UCCA reinforces his unique status in the world of contemporary art.
UCCA expects to close the transaction during the second quarter of the year.
The UCCA encompassed 2,510 ha of which 550 ha were lakes and permanent and seasonal wetlands.
These are conventionally scored A = 5, B = 4, C = 3, D = 2 and E = 1, and summed to generate the total UCCA (University Central Council for Admissions) point score.
After two long interviews (and not an UCCA form in sight) I was accepted.
This is reflected in data produced by UCCA (Universities Central Council on Admissions) (1988-1992) and PCAS (Polytechnics Central Admissions System) (1988-1992), now amalgamated into UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service).
Standing at the centre of the bustling 798 Art District, UCCA (which was founded in 2007 as a non-profit, non-collecting, nongovernmental museum by Guy and Myriam Ullens) is emblematic of the changed conditions.
Curated by UCCA director Philip Tinari, the exhibition will be divided into three parts and installed in two galleries.