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SUS

Abbreviation for:
Secondary Uses Service (Programme), see there 
Society of University Surgeons
solitary ulcer syndrome
stained urinary sediment
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buy the Duke his [personal army]," so he advises his family to "be careful." Two incidents testify to Suss's increased power.
Jud Suss has been read--and sometimes still is--as a mere literary reflection of Weimar anti-Semitism.
With a global infrastructure for applications and service SUSS MicroTec supports more than 8,000 installed systems worldwide.
In real life, Marian was effectively banned from acting after the war and "Jew Suss" director Veit Harlan was tried but ultimately acquitted.
That's why IMEC and SUSS MicroTec will collaborate closely to develop innovative bonding technologies that will not influence the performance of these sensitive devices that MEMS are.
As Frank-Michael Werner, SUSS' product manager for MEMS Test Systems explains, "By testing at wafer level, the exorbitant packaging costs will not be wasted on bad die, thus bringing the cost of the end devices down to an acceptable level."
To make sense of such a text, it is necessary to examine Hauff's strategies for transforming Suss-Oppenheimer into Jud Suss, especially his conscious deviations from the available historical record.
Notes: Any questions regarding this solicitation must be submitted in writing and faxed to Sherwin Suss, fax 212-487-5343, no later than 5:00 PM, May 30, 2016.
Michael Suss, said: "Roland Fischer brings in-depth expertise in engineering, operational leadership and a remarkable track record in building and growing businesses.
Radar is believed to have escaped the K-9 SUV in the police parking lot, unbeknownst to the dog's handler, Officer Aaron Suss, about 9:15 p.m.
Can they suss out larger-than-life host Alison Hammond?
Reportedly, affiliate customers as of 30 June 2014 included 636 Stripes and Sac-N-Pac convenience stores operated by the company's parent company, Susser Holdings Corporation (SUSS) (NYSE:SUSS), as well as sales of motor fuel to SUSS for resale under consignment arrangements at approximately 86 independently operated convenience stores.