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MSS

Abbreviation for:
Master of Social Service
maternal serum screening
maternity support services
Medical Social Services
Medical Students Section
Medical Superintendents’ Society
Medicare Statistical System
Medium Secure Service  
meningococcal septic shock
mental status schedule
microsatellite stability
middle suprasylvian sulcus
minor surgery suite
morphine sulfate solution
motion-sickness susceptibility
Motor Status Scale
mucus-stimulating substance
multiple sclerosis susceptibility
multi-sensory stimulation
municipal sewage sludge
muscular subaortic stenosis
musculoskeletal symptoms
musculoskeletal system
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Since all the blocks of the saddle-point matrix are MSSS matrices, we can permute the saddle-point matrix into a single MSSS matrix.
Eq (3) was applied to all cells with MSSS values between 5 and 10), resulting in a total of 7,830 salinity-based OSI values for the entire spatial and temporal domains of the Chesapeake Bay case study.
However, diverse research has attempted to propose methodologies to help make estimates as to the evolution of this type of MSS.
The international team of astronomers that is performing the MSSS survey is made up of about fifty members from various institutes, mostly in the Netherlands, Germany, the UK, Poland, France and Italy.
Apart from the AUGSs, two other groups of MSSs are being written by ISO and other standardization bodies, and subsequently implemented in various organizations (Karapetrovic et al.
In order to serve a request sent from a client, the MSS needs to communicate with the database server to retrieve the database items.
fo uf ollM 20 Bu Bfr f o a Msss Model Katie Price pulled out in 2009 after being put up for too many Bushtucker Trials.
The decision came after UK board of trustees decided to suspend the devolved Scottish council who run the MSSS.
Epidemiologie de l 'herpes genital et de l'infection au virus du papillome humain, 9[e] colloque provincial en maladies infectieuses, Quebec, Institut nationale de sante publique, MSSS, CQCS, 2002.
Because of their much larger numbers and of their leadership in battling with the MSSS, this article concerns itself with the first three.
Gartner predicts, "The growth of targeted attacks that bypass signature-based security controls, employ sophisticated techniques to spread and evade detection and eradication, and often result in compromise of critical systems will drive new capabilities in MSSs.