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SP

Simplicity and Power.

A Prolog-like language.

["Simplicity and Power - Simplifying Ideas in Computing", J.G. Wolff, Computer J 33(6):518-534 (Dec 1990)].

SP

1. Abbr. for soil pipe. 2. Abbr. for standpipe.

SP

(1) See service provider, IBM SP and stack page.

(2) (Special Publications) See SP 800.
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27) Catholic colleges and universities receive this cornerstone of their educational mission from Gaudium et Spes.
In December 2003, FASB also issued Interpretation 46, which addresses criteria for SPEs.
SPEs were implemented as clinical final examinations in which students performed complete histories and physicals on SPs (excluding the pelvic or genitalia exam).
A primary drawback of the legal approach is that companies can avoid consolidation of SPEs by legal arrangements that obscure the economics of SPE-related transactions.
All of the above data involving the relationship between temporal lobe symptoms and SPEs were collected from normal populations.
Available since November 1996, PC SPES had shown considerable promise in early studies and its antitumor potential had been extensively studied.
The Spes Medica USA products will be manufactured in Italy and are FDA approved.
Spes, Joy and Eva, the heirs who actually participated in the execution of the extrajudicial settlements, which included the sale to May Ann of their pro indiviso shares in the subject property, are bound by the same.
Samples for the analyses were prepared dissolving 10-15 mg of mEDOT, mPEDOT, and SPES samples in 1 [cm.
BEA's international accounts and national accounts do not provide statistics on inbound direct investment via foreign-sponsored SPEs in the United States (resident SPEs) or on outbound direct investment for U.
In the opening essay, "The Challenge and Hope of Gaudium et spes," James Hanvey, S.
The SPES, a project of the Department of Labor and Employment, is designed to link low-income youth aged 15-25 to formal work opportunities during school's semestral or summer breaks.