SMO


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SMO

Abbreviation for:
safe motherhood officer
second medical opinion
senior medical officer
site management organisation
surveillance medical officer

SMO

Abbreviation for supramalleolar orthotic.

SMO

Abbrev. for Senior Medical Officer.
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En 2017, plus de 600 cas ont A@tA@ recensA@s dans le cadre de la libertA@ surveillA@e prA@judicielle (LSP) par le SMO d'Alger.
Veremos en este articulo los efectos de la dominacion estatal en la subjetividad e identidad subalternas; mas especificamente, el "efecto de identificacion" (Trouillot 2001, 2) con el estado-nacion producido a traves del SMO.
And to retain the customers, SMO is the best technique to make new customers and to retain old ones.
From all appearances, SMO is a compliance assistance program begun under the Bush Administration that has saved miners' lives and reduced injuries among small mines.
SMO is a set of methods for attracting visitors to Web site content by promoting and publicizing it through social media.
Together, Tachyon SMO and FlexRay are expected to provide ST faster development cycles in R&D and faster ramp to production.
During the FDP&E analysis of the SDRW transportation requirement, the SMO prepared a draft C-5B Galaxy aircraft load plan using the Automated Air Load Planning System (AALPS).
The company already took over site management organization (SMO) operations from Hokkaido-based SMO company Cell Product on December 1, 2005.
More than 1,300 single mothers are currently listed in the SMO database.
Reconditioning services include rebuilds for all press sizes and models, component upgrades such as PLC-controlled center mechanisms developed for higher precision, productivity and tire quality; press enhancements such as SMO kits, green tire loaders, unloaders and ergonomic green tire lifts; replacement of structural and gearbox components to extended-life designs; conversion from dome-to-platen cure, steam-to-gas, etc.
One-part materials can be processed directly into finished parts via injection, compression and rotational molding, and by thermoset composite processes such as pultrusion, RTM, SMO, and BMC.