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SDS

Abbreviation for sodium dodecyl sulfate.

SDS

sodium dodecyl sulfate.

SDS

Abbreviation for:
same-day surgery
Schedule for Deficit Syndrome
school dental services
self-rated depression scale
sensory deprivation syndrome
Sheehan Disability Scale
Shy-Drager syndrome
Social Desirability Scale
sodium dodecyl sulphonate
specific diagnostic service
Spine Directory Service, see there 
standard deviation score
sudden death syndrome
Symptom Distress Scale
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NMSU has already begun Phase IV of SDSS, the next six-year mission, which runs through 2020.
The means of the POS-related items suggest an overall liberal tendency among members, although the BRSS and SDSS subscales had higher liberal scores than the IFSS and SRSS subscales.
The SDSS has measured the tone of this last ring quite accurately.
This model has been designed to aid decision-makers in the field of urban planning and fits into the computational framework of an SDSS (Figure 1).
The SDSS project entails systematically mapping one-quarter of the entire sky, producing a detailed image of it and determining the positions and absolute brightness of more than 100 million celestial objects, according to the scientists.
Published release schedules are requested of SDSS compliant countries.
After attending a series of lectures and sessions by art educator Peter London and a group of art teachers who worked with London's ideas for developing socially and personally relevant art curriculum, Peter Scurr arrived back at SDSS with a sketchbook full of notes and images and an almost evangelical zeal about implementing some of these ideas into his own teaching.
And when the team was looking at one of the objects with multiple spectra, they were struck by an extraordinary change in one of the objects under study, with the catalogue number SDSS J0159+0033, a galaxy in the constellation of Cetus.
The 2011 February superoutburst of the dwarf nova SDSS J112003.
The team deduced the energy of the object, dubbed SDSS J1512+1119, by using equipment at the European Southern Observatory's facility in Chile to split light coming from the quasar into its component colors and using the spectrum to figure out how fast material was moving around the object.