BUCS


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BUCSBritish Universities and Colleges Sports (UK; est. 2008)
BUCSBackup Control System
BUCSBack-Up Computer System
BUCSBudgeting and Computing System
BUCSSenior Chief Builder (Naval Rating)
BUCSBusiness Unit Compensation System
BUCSBack-Up Communication System (SolaCom Technologies)
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This is an increase of eight per cent on 2017/18 and Newcastle University's highest-ever BUCS points total.
The extraordinary achievement was formally recognised at the BUCS Annual Awards Dinner, held at the University of the West of England (UWE) on Thursday (July 11).
"I've competed at BUCS Nationals before, I got gold the first time I competed and then got silver this year.
| Shannon Malone "I've done BUCS before but as well as winning the title it's also my first medal, so I'm absolutely over the moon to not just win but also to medal.
It's a huge game as the winner of that fixture will play in BUCS' top rugby league next season.
And earlier this week Northumbria sealed their place in the 2019 BUCS Championship final with derby rivals Durham lying in wait on March 27.
"Arrive early to get the party started and let's make sure the Panthers know this is OUR house'' was what was said to the Bucs' season ticket holders in the email that was sent Wednesday.
The first NFL start for undrafted rookie CB Kevin Toliver came Sunday against the Bucs, the NFL's No.
Major customer wins include applications for Ku Band BUCs across the 25 to 400 watt range.
It was as good as it got for the Bucs, who have long operated well below the NFL salary cap, and they have not made it to the play-offs since Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden's departure in 2008.
The integration of the solution within Acorde's BUCs enables UAVs to operate more efficiently, optimising energy consumption due to increased signal pointing accuracy.
This year saw BUCS Nationals return for its sixth year, bringing together individual BUCS Championship events which take place across Sheffield.