ULCAUnited Lutheran Church in America
ULCAUrban Land Ceiling Act (India)
ULCAUniversity Language Centres Australia
ULCAUlmus Campestris
ULCAUldall Catheter
ULCAUrban Landscape Conservation Areas
ULCAUniversal Life Church of Angels
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The ULCA was the angle between the central axes of the upper and lower calyx infundibula [Figure 1].
This phenomenon was also seen for the ULCA (125.2 [+ or -] 23.1[degrees] in Group 1 and 130.1 [+ or -] 25.6[degrees] in Group 2) and IL (16.2 [+ or -] 11.5 mm in Group 1 and 18.1 [+ or -] 12.1 mm in Group 2), but these differences in the ULCA and IL were not significantly different between the two groups.
Leaders came from the prominent Presbyterian, Methodist, Episcopal, and Lutheran churches, including Missouri men and ULCA men, plus their appointed lay representatives.
Augustana voted against joining the ULCA at its national convention at Minneapolis in 1918.
Not becoming a part of the ULCA merger, Augustana joined up with four other bodies in 1930, primarily in the Midwest, to form the American Lutheran Conference.
Hearing a PIL filed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Madhav Bhandari that alleged that bogus orders were passed under Urban Land Ceiling and Regulation Act (ULCA) to avoid surrendering excess land to the state, the court ordered the formation of a Special Investigating Team (SIT) of the CBI to look into the matter.
Both men were concerned that the United Lutheran Church in America (ULCA) needed to catch up to Augustana's standards.
Weiser, Love's Response (Philadelphia: ULCA Board of Publication, 1962), 41.
Beasom, president of the California Synod of the United Lutheran Church in America (ULCA), was an incredibly energetic, mission-oriented pastor.