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ARCUSArctic Research Consortium of the United States
ARCUSArchaeological Research and Consultancy at the University of Sheffield (UK)
ARCUSAir Racing Council of United States
ARCUSActions en Regions de Cooperation Universitaires et Scientifique (French: Regional Initiatives of Academic and Scientific Cooperation)
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Arcus had already hit the reset button on his professional path once.
This news release contains forward-looking statements, including statements relating to the estimated availability later this fall of the Milestone Arcus Surveillance software application and surveillance services on My Cloud products, the availability of particular features of the Milestone application and services, the success of the integration with the My Cloud products, and the growth and demand for surveillance capabilities in general.
The combination of Milestone Arcus with ISD cameras seems to be an initiative designed to meet this need.
Trained nurses or medical laboratory technicians determined the presence of xanthelasmata and arcus corneae.
In contrast, the results show that arcus corneae is not a significant independent risk predictor for heart attack or heart disease.
To complement the students' field experience, ARCUS and the Service are developing a curriculum guide for teachers that incorporates the concepts of endangered and threatened species, stewardship, and ecological principles.
Arcus, a Bulgarian arms manufacturer, has been making pistols, revolvers, grenade launchers, grenades, artillery rounds and mortars for the Bulgarian army and police for years.
Thoracic MR imaging revealed external compression of the trachea from a right sided arcus aorta (Figure 3).
In contrast, the Doppler USG blood flow recordings of the palmar arcus before and after exercise did not reveal any significant change in the flow velocity and the diameter of palmar arcus (>0.
LUXURY Visitors view acres of orchards over gourmet meals at Te Horo Lodge on the Kapiti Coast (109 Arcus Rd.
The group, assembled by Emory's James Weldon Johnson Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies and funded with a $235,000 grant by the Arcus Foundation, will study such civil rights figures as Bayard Rustin, a gay activist who advised Martin Luther King Jr.