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NOS

[¦en¦ō′es or ′näs]
(computer science)

NOS

References in classic literature ?
The poor accused had the appearance of looking at them, but her troubled eye no longer saw.
With the exception perhaps of the "Hymn to Ares" (viii), no item in the collection can be regarded as either devotional or liturgical.
And Kutuzov smiled in a way that seemed to say, "You are quite at liberty not to believe me and I don't even care whether you do or not, but you have no grounds for telling me so.
And brains, auntie, you've no idea how curious they are; I haven't got to them yet, but I long to, and uncle is going to show me a manikin that you can take to pieces.
There was (apparently) no real need for hurry, for the guide-book made the walking-distance from Wa"ggis to the summit only three hours and a quarter.
Lemon herself had always held up Miss Vincy as an example: no pupil, she said, exceeded that young lady for mental acquisition and propriety of speech, while her musical execution was quite exceptional.
Yet I have not a word to say against the Hampton men, for there are no better comrades or truer archers in the whole Company than some who learned to loose the string in these very parts.
Sir Aaron Armstrong, as he boisterously explained, had no nerves.
One may question their wisdom, or wit, or beauty, but about their fight there can be no question.
Oh, of course, countess," he said; "but I imagine such changes are a matter so private that no one, even the most intimate friend, would care to speak of them.
Anthony had no harder fight with the ladies he was unpolite enough to call demons, than I in resisting the temptation to take another look at that pen-and-ink love making.
His natural probity combines with his insight into the fabric of society to put him above tricks, and he communicates to all his own faith that contracts are of no private interpretation.