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  • abbr. United States Code Annotated, a commonly used annotated version of the United States Code.

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  • The USCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving its members in canoeing, kayaking, and other paddling activities, especially marathon canoe racing and marathon kayak racing, and supports conservation, cruising, camping, canoe instruction and safety education, adaptive paddling, and camaraderie.

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  • And that leaves the door open for the USCA, in conjunction with the U.S.

    Olympic struggles could lead USA Curling to alter selection process

  • Prior to his current decanal service at SUU he was a Professor of Biology at the University of South Carolina Aiken Campus (USCA), Aiken, SC (1978-1999).

    Contributor: Harold Ornes

  • He served as Chair of the Department of Biology and Geology at USCA from 1986 to 1999.

    Contributor: Harold Ornes

  • How does citations of articles written by a purported constitutional scholar rate if the citations are not by a USCA or the SCOTUS?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Elena Kagan as Scholar

  • The investigation determined hat the Charter School disclosed students' information, including addresses and phone numbers, without informing parents about the existence of a directory or providing reasonable time to request information not be disclosed in a directory in violaion of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 FERPA 20 USCA 1232g.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • We thank the C-USCA for this support of Public School #14.

    Day 5: Uzhorod, Ukraine or "Am I on Tour with the Beatles or What?"

  • During an audio Webcast of the Olympic trials last February, "we maxed out at about 20,000 listeners," says Rick Patzke, USCA communications director.

    The Olympics: Time to Meet The Johnsons

  • In a recent decision dealing with the US Dept of Veteran affairs refusal to pay some Viet Nam war veterans who are suffering from Agent-Orange (dioxin) linked diseases – Namer v US Dept of Veteran Affairs – see the summary and linkson JURIST 1, a judge of the USCA (Th Circa) wrote:

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  • In a recent decision dealing with the US Dept of Veteran affairs refusal to pay some Viet Nam war veterans who are suffering from Agent-Orange (dioxin) linked diseases – Namer v US Dept of Veteran Affairs – see the summary and linkson JURIST, a judge of the USCA (Th Circa) wrote:

    Legal versus Moral — Slaw

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