GCRAGeneric Cell Rate Algorithm
GCRAGloucester Cumberland Ringette Association (Canada)
GCRAGlobal Coral Reef Alliance
GCRAGroupe Chiroptères Rhône-Alpes (French bats group)
GCRAGlueckstal Colonies Research Association (est. 1986; Fargo, ND)
GCRAGas-Cooled Reactor
GCRAGreater Columbus Rowing Association (Ohio)
GCRAGovernment Committee on Religious Affairs (Vietnam)
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GCRA, 1990: Global Change Research Act Public Law 101-606(11/16/90), 104 Stat.
Kang, "GCRA model for grey-trend analysis and its application," Journal of Grey System, vol.
Adult women with a personal or family history of breast or ovarian cancer who were scheduled for an initial GCRA appointment at a major research medical center were eligible to participate in the study designed to better understand and meet the needs of future patients.
Following GCRA, most women chose to manage breast cancel: risk by screening measures deemed appropriate for their assessed risk level.
Mr Hinds said GCRA backed calls for a public inquiry into the find and added: "But more importantly we expect Durham Constabulary to refer itself to the Independent Office for Police Conduct.
Now, The Grove Community and Residents' Association (GCRA) has written to Mike Barton, Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary, asking the force to refer itself to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) following the discovery last month.
In conjunction with CENRS and its subcommittees, the USGCRP (www.globalchange.gov) was established by presidential initiative in 1989 and mandated by Congress in the GCRA of 1990.
The performances of the proposed scheme is compared with that of other three resource allocation schemes: the fixed resource allocation (FRA) scheme, the graph-coloring based resource allocation (GCRA) scheme proposed in [22] and the efficient resource allocation (ERA) scheme proposed in [23].
and Development Plan, budget Research Act (GCRA) of 1990 (P.L.