SSM


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SSM

Abbreviation for:
serum-supplemented medium
skin-sparing mastectomy
slipped-strand mispairing
solid-supported membrane
special study module 
superficial spreading melanoma
system status management
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Whilst the modified SSM guided the team process, the concept of ES served as a common conceptual framework.
Polls show a clear majority of voters support civil unions with all the same rights of marriage, but oppose SSM. There has been no successful challenge to statewide civil union policies--except when they were included in ballot propositions whose primary purpose was to ban same-sex marriage.
* exceptional soundness--in most cases SSM castings contain less than 0.1% porosity, better than any other mass production casting process;
SSM now owns, manages or is affiliated with 21 acute care hospitals and three nursing homes, SSM Health Care President and CEO Mary Jean Ryan said in a statement.
They reported that 57 percent of the sites studied produced greater profits for the SSM regime than for a uniform rate technology (URT).
SSM produces functionally smart and affordable homes with attractive common areas, close to public transport and the city centre within the Greater Stockholm area.
The Hub is oriented towards addressing this challenge and ensuring that SSM is able to make a more equitable and effective contribution to poverty reduction, development and delivery of the SDGs, particularly SDGs 1, 5, 8 and 10.
And we urged the WTO Secretariat [at MC11] that SSM should be part of the issues to be tackled this year,' he added.
To recall, Council and Parliament must agree on the package creating the SSM, which includes: a draft regulation granting supervisory powers to the European Central Bank (ECB), which requires unanimity in Council and a simple consultation of the EP, and a proposal to amend the regulation establishing the European Banking Authority (EBA), which is subject to co-decision.
Held in cooperation with the Paris-based Marmottan Monet Museum, the SSM exhibition consisted of works from Monet's late period, including images of his house in the Giverny Garden, garden scenes, water lilies and his famous Japanese bridge paintings.
In June, eurozone heads of state and government stated that when an effective SSM is established, the European Stability Mechanism, which currently contributes to bank capitalisations via member state treasuries, could, following a regular decision, have the possibility to recapitalise banks directly.
The Federation of Trade Unions (SSM) is going to demand a 13th salary for all employees.