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OSP

Optical Signal Processor

OSP

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With frequent DoT audits, many companies have surfaced as non-compliant for OSP regulations.
Few non-purchasers made a positive decision to avoid OSP, meaning those who had not purchased OSP were not avoiding the crop, but rather had not had the opportunity to purchase the crop.
Oregon Department of Transportation owns the 13,548-square-foot Gateway building, from which roughly 77 troopers and other OSP staff operate.
This means for the second year in a row, a large increase in the OSP at the start of the year has been followed by an equally large drop.
One reason the Saudis may have chosen to cut the OSP for Asian customers, while raising it for Europe is that the Brent-Dubai exchange for swaps narrowed dramatically in January, before widening again at the end of the month.
In addition, the percentages of superficial and parabasal cells were significantly different in the OSP group vs.
Nasdaq:CLFD) sets the standard for fiber performance with FiberDeep, while lowering the cost of broadband deployment with the FieldSmart fiber management platform and the CraftSmart OSP enclosure system.
While solar PV installation does not differ significantly regionally, OSP saw it as central to its operations to isolate the main cost differences and time constraints that are specific to Ontario.
Despite variations in the specific chemistry, all the popular OSP coating materials can be chemically categorized as azoles.
In 2006, the FDA issued a Science Paper and a Healthcare Professional sheet on the risks associated with the use of OSP products for bowel cleansing.
OSP is another powerful osmotic laxative, requiring ingestion of relatively small volumes of fluids and thus providing an attractive alternative for colonic cleansing.
The OSP of Adnoc's most popular crude grade, Murban, in October was $69.