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OSCAR

Medspeak-US
Medicare Online Survey Certification & Reporting System. A national database used to maintain and retrieve survey and certification data for certified providers and those approved to participate in Medicare, Medicaid, and CLIA.
 
Orthopaedics
OSCAR—Ultrasonic system for removal of bone cement during hip revisions.
 
Nutrition
Olive oil, Safflower oil, Canola oil & Rapeseed oil dietary study.

oscar

vernacular for fish Artromotus ocellatus. See Table 23.
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htm#article_header) Michelle Williams hit the headlines for her red gown at the 2012 Oscar Awards red carpet.
Suddenly, the world was singing the words Oscar had put to compositions by Bobby Timmons ("Dat Dere"), Nat Adderley ("Work Song"), and Mongo Santamaria ("Afro Blue").
It's delightful to take a night off before the Oscars and watch Taylor champion the short films that he really loves," said Mirren, who plans to wear a Christian Lacroix gown tonight, as she chatted with academy president Sid Ganis.
With a contract to play Bialystock through December, Oscar is concentrating on balancing a demanding role with his first serious relationship.
A great Oscar moment is never pulled off in a heartbeat.
Including today's announcement, ILM has received 35 Oscar nominations since its founding in 1975, an industry record for visual effects companies.
If Streep -- who holds the record for nominations -- wins, it will be her third Oscar.
Entertainment Network, Melissa nails me with tough Oscar questions while Joan tackles the stars on the red carpet.