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SSP

Abbreviation for:
schizophrenia spectrum personality
scintisplenoportography
sequence specific PCR
statutory sick pay 
stingent starvation protein
sub-regional strategic partnership
subacute sclerosing panencephalitis
sustained spike potentials
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How does the xSP prevent commingling of electronic records from various contracting organizations?
Not only does the XSP come with an ambidextrous thumb safety, but the contour of the safety has been changed slightly as well.
For each sector, the second column reports the number of observations with nonmissing values for marketbased growth options value ([V.sup.M.sub.GO]), fundamental growth options value ([V.sup.F.sub.GO]), and excess pricing (XSP).
equipment will lead infrastructure sales to xSPs, growing from 33% in
Weighing in at less than 12 ounces, the XSP's slide and barrel are machined from stainless steel bar stock and the slide has a black finish.
Mastering XPages: A Step-by-Step Guide to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language is a 'must' for any computer collection strong in application development.
Derdack, a software vendor based in Germany, announced on 16 September that Lebanese mobile service operator Actel has completed migration of 'over 50' value added services to Derdack's mobile messaging platform, message master xsp.
Whenever an xSP offers a new service that subscribers perceive as better value, they will switch.
In side-by-side comparisons, surgeons consistently find the Luxtec XSP and XDP systems significantly brighter than other Xenon or Metal Halide headlight systems.
According to Anne Burris, who is worldwide xSP strategy manager for Hewlett-Packard, the term "xSP" is broad enough to cover them all: "An xSP is a service provider, coming from any industry, no matter the specialty, that offers goods or services over the Internet for a fee."