YCS


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AcronymDefinition
YCSYu-Gi-Oh Championship Series (card game)
YCSYukon Conservation Society (Canada)
YCSYears Commissioned Service (US DoD)
YCSYoung Catholic Students (various locations)
YCSYale Classical Studies
YCSYou Can Succeed (student program)
YCSYellow Card Scheme (adverse drug reaction reporting system; UK)
YCSYouth Clinical Services (Toronto, Canada)
YCSYarmouth Central School (Canada)
YCSYankee Computer Society
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Since launching in 2013, YCS has become a trusted partner for more than 300 superyachts sailing the Mediterranean and the Atlantics.
"My mom works at YCS", and I hear from her about all the great work they do to help others," says Malcolm.
In June, Bullock won bronze in his age group in the final of the YCS in Edinburgh and followed that with a silver medal in the Open Youth Event in London.
QC, YT, [YC.sup.-], [YC.sup.+]--the set of QCs, YTs, YCs of export storage yard, and YCs of import storage yard respectively.
CARDIFF Cricket Club's Adam Miles has been selected for a combined MCC Universities (MCCU) side to go on a joint pre-season training camp with the MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) squad to the UAE from March 14-25.
The recognized "sweet-spot" for starting postgraduate education is between eight and 10 years of commissioned service (YCS).
Lewis, who accumulated more than 900 runs for the MCC YCs last summer with a top score of 132 against Gloucestershire 2nds at Cheltenham in August, is part of a 19-man squad that includes six returning players, eight new signings and three overseas players.
Simon Rowarth, 48, a partner in Youngs Chartered Surveyors (YCS) of Hexham, played a leading role in the development of the firm.
Having been a card carrying Tory since I joined the YCs at 15 over 55 years ago and having served the party at an elected level locally, I greeted the change from the last regime with high expectations.
In the analysis of YCs, YC may take the shape of upward slope, downward slope or flat.