YCS


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YCS

Abbreviation for:
Yellow Card Scheme
young chronic sick
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They have already logged in almost 100 hours on Minecraft designing a home in proportion to the donations received by YCS.
The MCCU team will also play against the MCC YCs side in a mix of multi-day, 40-over and Twenty20 cricket during the tour.
They will all link-up with the YCs programme as part of the reciprocal arrangement that MCC has with the Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy (DLCA) in South Australia.
He joined the forerunners of YCS, Arthur Young Chartered Surveyors, in 1989 as an assistant, and became a full partner of YCS in 2000.
Apart from the EH, the movements in YCs could be explained by theories of segmented markets and preferred habitat which are in fact extensions to the EH.
Conte, 'Proems in the middle', YCS 29 (1992) 147-59.
The Young Christian Students (YCS) celebrated their Silver Jubilee under the theme "A new beginning with Christ towards a better world" in November.
(7.) Chomvarin C, Kulsantiwong P, Chantrakooptungool YCS, Kanjanahareutai S.
The BCs are territorial, sexually active, and tend to protect females; the YCs are nonterritorial, sexually incompetent, and tend to attack females; the nonterritorial SCs are strongly attracted to females that are receptive to mating and occasionally succeed in copulating with a female by sneaking in between it and a BC (Ra'anan and Sagi, 1985).
(25.) Adam Parry, "Landscape in Greek Poetry," in YCS 15 (1957): 11-14.
ABSTRACT: This paper presents a novel approach to clustering using a simple accuracy-based Learning Classifier System with a modification to the original YCS fitness function has been found to improve the identification of less-separated data sets.
Readers who are in some way connected to Catholic education, YCW and YCS, marriage preparation programs and faith formation of adults, are given comprehensive insight into the intellectual brilliance and distinctive dedication of Kelly.