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USCA

USCA®

An abbreviation for U.S. Code Annotated.

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Sandra Jordan, chancellor of USCA, met with several officials on a trip previous year to discuss this type of agreement.
In his new role, Kovics will lead the growth and expansion of USCA's Wealth Management business.
USCA has a full-time enrollment (FTE) of 3400 undergraduate students and a small graduate student population.
Second, as held by the USCA, the US government admitted it had no evidence that nationals of the countries involved had threatened the national security of America.
US Capital Advisors LLC (USCA) has named Charles Dix, Clayton Fisher and Denise Clifton to the firm's Dallas, Texas office from Wells Fargo Advisors, and together, they are known as the Dix-Fisher Financial Consulting Group, the company said.
Spanish air traffic controllers began a series of partial stoppages on Monday in protest of disciplinary action taken against some members of their union, the USCA, said Global Times.
Susana Romero of the union USCA said: "It's the last option left open to us."
Each year, the USCA “Best of Local Business” Award Program identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional success in their local community and business category.
The USCA "Best of Local Business" Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country.
To address these challenges, US contrast agents (USCA) have been developed to artificially change the reflection coefficient between the two tissues; thus enhancing the backscattered signal and improving the image contrast.
The air traffic controllers' union, USCA, said its workers were not on strike but had had enough.
The Spanish Government recently announced plans to sell off 49% per cent of Aena, but USCA, the air traffic controllers union, claims the government plans to sell its stake too cheaply.