BOS


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BOS

(operating system)

BOS

(tool)
A data management system written at DESY and used in some high energy physics programs.

BOS

(programming)
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Note that 4 matches of the European Championship will be held in BOS. 3 matches of group A will be held on June 13, 17, 21, while one match of the 1/4 final stage on July 4 in BOS.
BOS Foundation CEO Jamartin Sihite said, "The BOS Foundation feels the need to promote the release of orangutans who have completed the rehabilitation process.
In conjunction, the harmonised global randomised, controlled studies will evaluate the efficacy and safety of L-CsA-i in individuals with BOS following a single lung (BOSTON-1) or double lung (BOSTON-2) transplantation, disclosed the company.
Through the integration with Imdecol, BOS will significantly expand its offerings to its existing worldwide manufacturer client base, and increased exposure to international markets.
"We don't have a large operating budget to increase, so for us to switch from sand to potassium acetate is going to be very costly," said Bos.
BOS Holdings is the holding company for Business Office Systems (BOS), Chicago and Roselle, IL and Orlando, FL; both Best in Class, Haworth Preferred office furniture dealerships.
Founded in 2009 in Cape Town, BOS Brands harnesses the benefits of rooibos--a unique South African superfood--to create a ready-to-drink range of organic iced teas.
The BoS was tracked in each frame of motion by determining the edges of contact that the supporting foot made with the ground (uncertainty [+ or -] 2 pixels = [+ or -] 0.4 cm) in the x- and y-directions.
Bos stresses the importance of musicianship, identifying four foundational aspects of the study of music: theory, practice, discipline, and creativity.
discovered that BOS presents a specific alteration in the distribution and function of bronchiolar club cells, believed to be lung progenitor cells (LPCs) in the airways.[sup][4] A recent study has also shown that injury to the respiratory epithelium results in dysregulation of epithelial repair.[sup][5] Incomplete epithelial repair normally leads to chronic inflammation, resulting in tissue damage.
Remains of Bos have been found in many sites in the Plio-Pleistocene of Pakistan (Lydekker, 1877; Pilgrim, 1939; Hooijer, 1958; Akhtar, 1992; Dennell et al., 2008).
BoS acts as servicer, issuer account bank and interest-rate swap provider.