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UG

abbr.
universal grammar
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ug

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Uganda
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Chan School of Public Health provides insight into the populations at risk to UGS infrastructure and the potential health and safety impacts in the event of a well failure similar to the (https://www.insurancejournal.com/magazines/mag-features/2016/08/22/423511.htm) 2015 Aliso Canyon (California) blowout event.
Also present at the occasion were AsnaSoban, CEO UGS, SobanNazir, founder of UGS, AmbreenaRehan, designer Inshal Creations and Rehan Ahmed, jewelry designer.
2005), UGS provides significant contribution to ecosystem services (Goddard et al.
The majority (87.5%, n = 442) of UGs owned a PED, while a further 6.9% (n = 35) of UGs have used a PED despite never owning one.
Also, UGS has earlier advised the company on financial and strategic matters.
The CJTF UGS Manager tried hard to promote the use of UGS and wanted to push additional systems to the BCT.
It will combine the scientific expertise from IHPC University of Glasgow and UGS with Sembcorp Marine's knowledge and wealth of experience in industrial maritime applications.
Under the three-year memorandum of understanding, A*STAR's Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC), Sembcorp Marine, the University of Glasgow and UGS will use computational modelling and visualisation technologies to design vessels with improved hydrodynamics for better fuel efficiency.
Keywords: QoS, WiMAX, Scheduling Services, ERTPS, RTPS, UGS
The UAE, which has been on the forefront of embracing new technologies and ideas, can benefit from UGS since they can be used for storing oil, gas and water in caverns, located several hundred metres under the ground.
The use of UGS has become increasingly necessary in environmental protection and other applications, as noted in [4, 5].
The UGS can detect any movement above or under the ground and relay an alert in real time to the control room.