RUC


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RUC

abbreviation for
(the former) Royal Ulster Constabulary, now superseded by the Police Service of Northern Ireland
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The RUC officers called out to the the murders quickly wrote them off as the result of a joint suicide pact by two lovers.
In response, the American Medical Association defended the expertise and objectivity of the RUC, stressing that there is no substitute for input from experienced physicians regarding the time and resources that go into medical services.
The GAO report findings are consistent with previous concerns raised by primary care physicians about the RUC.
Formally known as the Relative Value Scale Update Committee, the RUC will begin posting votes totals for each CPT code it considers and publishing its meeting minutes, starting in November.
The purpose of each of these triannual RUC meetings is always the same: it's the committee members' job to decide what Medicare should pay them and their colleagues for the medical procedures they perform.
Comme a l'USCM, la derniere etape de ce 6e MTT constitue pour le RUC une nouvelle reference dans le domaine aussi bien de la concurrence, le spectacle que l'organisation des differents rendez-vous tennistiques internationaux.
RVS and RUC are two such anachronisms; both have been flawed from their inception.
Armed to the teeth, the peelers jumped out and took up the usual positions for the RUC traveling through one of the most Republican areas in Belfast.
Levels of stress related illness has been higher in the RUC than any other police force and 70 officers have committed suicide, many with their RUC issued weapons.
The incident could cost the RUC pounds 2million in relocation grants, and has raised questions about the officer leaving vital information in his car while out shopping in Belfast.
Two of the powerful cannons are on loan to the RUC from the Belgian police who used them to quell the English hooligans.