UCRS

AcronymDefinition
UCRSUniversity of California Retirement System
UCRSUnited Church of Religious Science
UCRSUpper Canada Railway Society (railway club)
UCRSUniform Crime Reporting Survey (Canada)
UCRSUnited Cancer Research Society
UCRSUppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Sweden)
UCRSUniform Contractor Reporting System
UCRSUnit Charter Renewal System
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The formula utilized for UCRs, was a product of the division of utility in terms of DALYs with costs of illness (COIs) of individual therapies, either allopathic or herbal as:
Binocular intermediate UCRA, DCRA, UCRS, and DCRS were comparable at both 60 cm and 80 cm, with no statistically significant differences between the values of these parameters at all postoperative visits (Table 3).
From Figures 3(a) and 3(b) we find that the proposed method has higher TPR and lower UCR on Data2008 than on Data2011.
Rice straw intake in terms of kg/d was greater for 2.5% ULRS and 2.5% UCRS, and the greatest was in the 5% ULRS (from 4.9 to 5.8 kg/d) (p < 0.05).
Though DSS is responsible for maintaining the UCRs, it may contract with agencies to perform this task.
Debates have ensued over whether fear conditioning is mainly a function of the strength of the aversive unconditioned stimulus (UCS) or the severity and intensity of the unconditioned response (UCR).
The final phase of the project was a sixty-day field trial of the new form, now known as the West Virginia Uniform Crash Report (UCR).
To compare the persuasiveness of story versus statistical evidence (H2), two 2 (evidence) x 3 (message topic) repeated measures analyses of variance were conducted, with post beliefs and UCRs as dependent measures.
In this view, operant behavior can produce UCRs that, in turn, also function as an establishing stimulus for operant behavior (Hayes et al., 1989).
Law enforcement agencies normally release UCRs every fall and provide the previous year's data for the media to compare the annual changes.