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Border Cargo Selectivity

Also called the BCS. A computerized system used in the United States to distinguish between risky and non-risky imports and related transactions coming over land through high-volume ports of entry. Other than distinguishing between high-volume and other ports of entry, it is identical to the Cargo Selectivity used by the Automated Commercial System.
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BCS Workforce Development helps people with intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities and mental illness receive vocational testing, evaluation, coaching, employment training and career development services as they transition to employment.
Ewe live weight, BCS and ewe back-fat depth were analysed using the MIXED procedure allowing for repeated measures with a model including the fixed effects of measurement time, ewe BCS group, nutritional treatment and all two-way and three-way interactions between measurement time, ewe BCS group and nutritional treatment.
BCS Global and Video Guidance are each 15-year-old organisations that have been exclusively focused on video conferencing.
In the aftermath of Oregon's snub, Bellotti made a comparison that would be cited frequently by critics of the BCS.
The total solids and protein levels of goats did not differ between BCS 1 and BCS 2 groups during all weeks of study (Tables 1-4).
Least-squares means of BCS for different physiologic periods and age classes of sheep.
Beyond the BCS, of course, there is a plethora of postseason bowl games.
Three Big East teams are currently ranked in the BCS top 10 (No.
By that time, the college football season is in full boom and our major teams are giving all they have to impress the BCS.
Many sports fans in Utah and all across the nation have strong feelings about the BCS," said Hatch, in the fine, grandiloquent rhetorical tradition senators usually employ when speaking about weighty matters of state, like Social Security reform or campaign finance.
The difference between the bank negotiation and the BCS negotiation was knowledge.
The theory is called BCS for its originators, John Bardeen, Leon Cooper and Robert Schrieffer.