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UGS

ISO 4217 code for the first Ugandan shilling. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the East African shilling. It was marked by high inflation and in 1987 was replaced by the second shilling (UGX).
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* The largest underestimation occurred in Pennsylvania, where ABODE found nearly 50% higher populations living within 650 feet of an active UGS well.
Compared with the cities with more than 300 [m.sup.2] per capita green cover (Fuller, Gaston 2009), such as Lie'ge (Belgium), Oulu (Finland) and Valenciennes (France), the quantity of UGS in Shanghai is really scarce, as its per capita green cover was only 13.38 [m.sup.2] in 2014.
Furthermore, 45% of respondents were not aware of how to gain access to these medical apps, which was more common among junior students (2nd year UG, 68%; 5th year UGs, 32%) and female students (53%) (p < 0.05).
The End-to-End delay for ERTPS, RTPS and UGS is compared in Fig 6.
In an intelligent technique, a wake-up sensor would initiate the operations of all the sensors on the UGS for any passing vehicle.
The technology, with each sensor costing about ` 50,000, is expensive but highly effective as each UGS can monitor an area of at least three kms and can last for almost two years on its battery once semi- buried in the ground.
Commenting on the announcement of UGS acquisition, Hisham Al Razzuqi, chief executive of GIC said: "The acquisition of UGS with an annual capacity of 450,000 tons of light and medium sections and beams by SULB emphasises GIC's main mandate in developing the economy of the region through investments in profitable projects or acquiring companies that are facing difficulties and turn them around to profitable companies."
Commenting on the UGS acquisition, Hisham Al-Razzuqi, GIC chief executive officer said: "The acquisition of UGS with an annual capacity of 450,000 tonnes of light and medium sections and beams by SULB emphasizes GIC's main mandate in developing the economy of the region through investments in profitable projects or acquiring companies that are facing difficulties and turn them around to profitable companies.'
Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS): This service supports real-time service flows that generate fixed-size data packets on a periodic basis (CBR-like services), such as T1/E1, VoIP or videoconferencing.
1,638 underground gas storages (UGS) were in operation worldwide, representing a total working capacity of 328.9 Bcm (10.7% of global gas consumption).
So, at about 23.30 hours (on Saturday) the contact with the UGs (ultra guerrillas) was established and there was a fight, which continued till 2.30 am on Sunday," Col.
The resulting six samples were namely: Peeled Ginger Slice (PGS), Peeled Ginger Flour (PGF), Peeled-Blanched Ginger Slice (PBS), Unpeeled Ginger Slice (UGS), Unpeeled Ginger Flour (UGF) and Unpeeled-Blanched Ginger Slices (UBS).