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CUACatholic University of America
CUACertified Usability Analyst
CUACredit Union Australia
CUACommunauté Urbaine d'Arras (French: Urban Community of Arras; Arras, France)
CUACommon User Access
CUACommunauté Urbaine d'Alençon (French: Urban Community of Alençon; Alençon, France)
CUACity Urban Area (Canada)
CUACertified Unix Administrator
CUACisco Unity Assistant
CUACanadian Urological Association
CUACost Utility Analysis
CUACenter for Ultracold Atoms
CUACentre Universitaire des Appalaches (French: Appalachian University Center; Canada)
CUAClean Up Australia
CUAConcordia University at Austin (Austin, TX)
CUACommonly Used Acronym
CUACompassionate Use Act of 1996 (California)
CUACentera Universal Access (EMC)
CUACentre d'Ufologie Amateur (French: Amateur Ufology Center)
CUACapacité Universitaire d'Arbitrage (French: Capacity University of Arbitration)
CUAComando Universitario Aprista (Spanish: Aprista Leadership College)
CUACredit Union Atlantic (Nova Scotia, Canada)
CUACommercial Use Authorization
CUACentralized User Administration (Nortel)
CUACertified Urologic Associate (nursing)
CUACystoscopy Under Anesthesia
CUACircuit Unit Assembly
CUAComputer User Access
CUACenter for Underwater Archeology
CUACommander's Update Assessment
CUACo-Utilization Agreement
CUACarrier Utilization Agreement
CUACatholic University of Angola
CUACombat Useable Asset
CUACU Aerospace (Champaign, Illinois)
CUACross-, Up-Selling and Accessories Products (SAP Internet Sales Web-Shop)
CUAConnection Update Acknowledge
CUACommunications Unit Automation
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Cua pointed out: "Again, I want to point out na gabay lamang po ang forecast na ito.
Cua was placed under preventive suspension since January 11 based on a directive of the DILG after the Office of the Deputy Ombudsman for Luzon released a suspension order in connection to a complaint filed by Rey Mendez in September 2018.
In the past, getting the land titled was expensive, difficult and would take years, Cua explained.
Generation Y (people born in the 80s and 90s) are the current cohort joining the CUA. In contrast to previous generations, they are often thought of as the "charmed" cohort, their parents had easy access to birth control, meaning they were chosen, wanted, and nurtured.
Major risk factors that have been reported in the literature for the development of CUA include secondary hyperparathyroidism, hypercalcemia, calcium-based phosphate binders, hyperphosphatemia, female gender, obesity, diabetes mellitus, protein C deficiency, warfarin use (Wilmer & Magro, 2002), malnutrition, iron dextran, corticosteroids, and erythropoietin administration (Rogers & Coates, 2008).
2012), [dagger]uralica possesses a common stem composed of M (green) and CuA (orange), a branched M (into MA and MP), a distinct free part of CuA, and CuP (purple) giving rise to CuPa (purple) and CuPb, a CuPa giving rise to CuPaa (blue) and CuPa[beta] (red), and a fusion of CuA with CuPa[alpha] resulting into a composite stem.
NG Subramaniam, president, TCS Financial Solutions, said, 'We are very pleased to be working with CUA on its core banking transformation program.
McMullen, associate professor, joined CUA in 2003 as associate dean for academic affairs in the nursing school.
Diagnosis: Costal space broader than subcostal one; M not fused with CuA, branching beyond RS base; CuA divided into [CuA.sub.1] and [CuA.sub.2].
Andrews (2004:60), in speaking of Paraguay, cites Montano (1997:210-10) in briefly referring to the communities of Laurelty and Camba Cua, considered as exogenous communities not originally arising in colonial Paraguay.
Ordained in 1947, he went on to teach at the Catholic University of America (CUA) where he was dean of canon law from 1967 to 1973.
Both the head of the Democratic National Committee, Terry McAuliffe, and of the Republican National Committee, Ed Gillespie, are CUA alumni.