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OMS

(electronics)
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OMS

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In this work, a novel MCS selection mechanism to select a threshold that can be used with the OMS strategy to enhance the multicast performance is proposed.
DJ Toets will entertain his peers in the kiddies section during the day, as the OMS is also a family fun day activity.
With a typical two-week implementation period, OMS Rapid Deployment enables you to quickly improve operational processes and realize multiple benefits:
Recently, OMS has been appointed as Independent Engineer through international competitive bidding on three mega RLNG based power projects namely, 1180 MW Quaid-e-Azam Thermal Power (Pvt) Ltd Bhikki, NPPMCL 1230 MW CCPP Haveli Bahadur Shah and NPPMCL 1223 MW CCPP Balloki.
OMS is a sales organization for radio in the Netherlands.
Officials assigned to the Office of Medical Staff (OMS) provided precise specifications for enforcing sleep deprivation, limiting the caloric intake of detainees' food, and the proper positions for waterboarding, as outlined in a 2004 document providing "guidelines on medical and psychological support" for torture.
Omohyoid muscle syndrome (OMS), also called omohyoid sling syndrome, is a rare disease.
La Federation algerienne de badminton organise, ce week-end, a la salle omnisports (OMS) Mohamed-Belaaradj (Boumerdes), les finales du championnat national des jeunes et l'open dames.