URAS


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URAS

Abbreviation for:
unilateral renal artery stenosis
Universal Resource Allocation System
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This seminar plays an important role in facilitating mutual understanding between URAs and their administrative colleagues, related to expected roles, understanding differences, and finding commonalities.
In addition, KURA was tasked with additional responsibilities to work closely with various offices in the administrative headquarters of the University, resulting in an immediate need to augment the number of URAs to provide thorough support for researchers.
Cooperation among all URAs is essential to overcome barriers between departments that tend to hinder progress at many large educational institutions worldwide.
The proposal from Kyoto University was accepted, and new funding enabled Kyoto University to employ an additional 20 URAs in KURA, beginning in April 2014.
The Japanese government's decision to launch the URA project dates back to November 2009, when the Democratic Party of Japan, in power at the time, executed an unprecedented budget screening process for fiscal 2010.
In FY2012, ten universities were additionally appointed and fifteen universities in total started implementing the URA system.
In January 2012, a task force at Kyoto University prepared a master plan to introduce the URA system and scheduled recruitment interviews.
Strategic Steps to Implement the URA Program at Kyoto University
Lahti-Mononen 1968 : 481-482) have considered it to be possible that long-vocalic uura and uuro 'hollow, furrow' could also be versions of short-vocalic words ura and uro because the forms of the words where these landscape appellatives appear vary as well, e.
Using the old recordings, it has been shown that the contemporary appellatives ura and ora are two variants of one word.
The major opinion is that urg : uru 'burrow, lair', urgas : urka 'den, lair, hole', urge : urke 'sinus', urk : urga 'hole in the ice', urk : urgi 'the line drawn on the field to divide harvest land', urg : ura 'stream', org 'valley' and Finnish urkama 'cavity, pit, river bed', and orko 'hollow, dingle' are etymologically connected.