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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A cultural landmark and creative hub, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art occupies 10,000 square metres (100,000 square feet)of 1950s factory chambers in the heart of the city's buzzing 798 Art District.
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.
The Urgent Care Center Accreditation (UCCA) program of the AAUCM recognizes Urgent Care organizations that have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to patient care and the practice of Urgent Care Medicine.
Likewise, UCCA experiences higher human use for camping, boating, fishing, and hiking, and high densities of raccoons; Nielsen et al.
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.
Silcox Papers (hereafter JBS), United Church of Canada Archives (UCCA).
In the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA), natural light comes from a central lantern, filtering down through gently arched concrete gantries.
In addition, Wayne State and the University Cultural Center Association (UCCA) are partnering with Detroit Renaissance and the Midtown development community to market newly constructed properties to Wayne State faculty and staff.
"I found out from UCCA at the time there were only two courses available in the country, one in Birmingham and one at Guildhall, which is now part of Metropolitan University in East London.
John said: "He called me up to his room where he told me he had just received my UCCA form for university and if I was going to apply for a BSc in economics I should be aware that economics doesn't have a double c.
Short-listing of applicants from UCCA forms: The structure of pre-selection judgements.