Saš

Saš is a village in the municipality of Tutin, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 42 people. ...
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Sas

SAS - Strong Anglian Special - is a dry, well-balanced cask bitter produced by the Crouch Vale brewery, Essex.
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SAS

acronym: Southern Asian Region (START)
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SAS

acronym: Statistical Analysis System
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SAS

Serial Attached SCSI, details ...
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SAS

Sales Accounting System + Serial Attached SCSI + Single Attached Station + Single Audio System + Statistical Analysis System
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SAS

Special Air Service. Formed in 1941 by David Stirling, the SAS are one of, if not the, finest fighting forces in the world. Their most high profile operation was the storming of the Iranian embassy at 7:23pm, 5th May 1980, but they have conducted numerous covert operations for the last 60 years.
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SAS

Abbreviation for Special Air Service; also for Scandinavian Airlines System. ...
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SAS

Special Air Service
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SAS

Special Air Service.
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SAS

Special Air Service
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SAS

Special Agreement School.
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SAS

Societe par Actions Simplifiee (An SAS is a simplified SA. It is a form of company which is more appropriate to a sales office/subsidiary requiring less statuatory formalities)
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SAS

Scientific American Surgery
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SAS

Society for Applied Spectroscopy, South African Society of Anaesthesiologists
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SAS

Statistical analysis software. SAS web site Contexts: data; estimation
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SAS

Side Auxiliary Sensor
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SAS

Statements on Auditing Standards are interpretations of U.S. generally accepted auditing standards.
Found on http://www.ais-cpa.com/glosa.html

SAS

- See STATEMENTS ON AUDITING STANDARDS.
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SAS

Abbreviation for Special Air Service; also for Scandinavian Airlines System
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SAS

Science Advisory Structure
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SAS

Science Advisorary Structure
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SAS

Staff Attitude Survey
Found on http://www.met.police.uk/foi/glossary.htm

SAS

[Action Force] ==Graphic Representation== The SAS characters and their representative figures and vehicles were based on the SAS and SBS special forces regiments of the British, New Zealand and Australian armed forces. The Action Force characters were devised around the time of the Iranian Embassy Siege (later depicted in the movie Who Dare
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SAS

[TV station] SAS is a television station in Adelaide, South Australia. It is part of the Australian Seven Network. SAS-7 was originally known as SAS-10, commencing broadcasting on 26 July 1965. On 27 December 1987, SAS-10 and ADS-7 switched broadcast channels, ADS moving to channel 10, SAS moving to channel 7. As the television industry was
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