MoSS

Jason Connoy, better known as MoSS, is a Canadian hip-hop record producer from Toronto, Ontario. Rapper Obie Trice recently released Special Reserve, a collection of previously unreleased and rare tracks produced by MoSS. He is also co-credited on Eternia`s 2010 album At Last, an album which was named as a longlisted nominee for the 2011 Polaris ....
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Moss

• (v. t.) To cover or overgrow with moss. • (n.) A bog; a morass; a place containing peat; as, the mosses of the Scottish border. • (n.) A cryptogamous plant of a cellular structure, with distinct stem and simple leaves. The fruit is a small capsule usually opening by an apical lid, and so discharging the spores. There are many speci...
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moss

(class Bryopsida, or Musci), any of at least 10,000 species of small, spore-bearing land plants (division Bryophyta) distributed throughout the ... [16 related articles]
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moss

noun tiny leafy-stemmed flowerless plants
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MOSS

[company] MOSS is a Japanese video game company created in 1993. After the bankruptcy of Seibu Kaihatsu, the development staff of that company formed MOSS, then bought the development rights to the Raiden franchise in order to keep working on new installments. Throughout the years they have diversified their portfolio outside of vertical sh...
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Moss

[language] Moss is a musical language designed by composer Jackson Moore. It has a phonology based on elementary melodic distinctions, and a simple lexicon and grammar inspired by pidgins. Moore teaches Moss at Bruce High Quality Foundation University. ...
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Moss

Moss noun [ Middle English mos ; akin to Anglo-Saxon me├│s , Dutch mos , German moos , Old High German mos , mios , Icelandic mosi , Danish mos , Swedish mossa , Russian mokh' , Latin muscus . Confer Muscoid .]
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Moss

Moss transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mossed ; present participle & verbal noun Mossing .] To cover or overgrow with moss. « An oak whose boughs were mossed with age.» Shak.
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moss

A plant of the class Musci (or Bryopsida), comprising small bryophytes with scalelike leaves usually spirally arranged, and with a sporophyte generally opening by a lid, which grow in masses in bogs, on the surface of the ground, on stones, trees, etc.
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Moss

About 9,500 species of plants that belong to the division bryophyta. These low growing plants are common in moist habitats.
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MOSS

acronym: Map Overlay Statistical System (by Autometrics)
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moss

Any of a large group of plants belonging to the class Musci, of the division Bryophyta. Each moss plant consists of erect 'stem' to which primitive 'leaves' are attached. The plants are anchored by root-like rhizoids. Mosses are distributed worldwide and are usually found in woods and other damp hab...
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moss

member of same sex
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MOSS

Member(s) Of The Same Sex
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MOSS

Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server.
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Moss

Moss (môs) , city (1995 pop. 25,253), capital of Østfold co., SE Norway, a port on the Oslofjord. It is a commercial, industrial, and tourist center, with shipyards, sawmills, textile factories, metalworks, and breweries. On Aug. 14, 1814, the convention establishing the personal union of...
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Moss

Moss is a bryophyte plant of which there are about 15000 species, growing worldwide on moist soil, trees, rocks, etc. The moss plant has stems and leaves and produces sex cells, which give rise to a spore capsule that grows from the plant on a long stalk.
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Moss

Moss was 19th century British slang for female pubic hair.
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moss

moss, any species of the class Bryopsida, in which the liverworts are sometimes included. Mosses and liverworts together comprise the division Bryophyta, the first green land plants to develop in the process of evolution. It is believed that they evolved from certain very primitive vascular plants a...
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moss

Small nonflowering plant of the class Musci (10,000 species), forming with the liverworts and the hornworts the order Bryophyta. The stem of each plant bears rhizoids that anchor it; there are no true roots. Leaves spirally arranged on its lower portion have sexual organs at their tips. Most mosses flourish best in damp conditions where other v...
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Moss

small, leafy plants that do not produce flowers or seeds. They grow in moist, shaded areas where fertility is low.
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moss

To cover or overgrow with moss. 'An oak whose boughs were mossed with age.' (Shak) ... Origin: Mossed; Mossing. ... 1. <botany> A cryptogamous plant of a cellular structure, with distinct stem and simple leaves. The fruit is a small capsule usually opening by an apical lid, and so discharging the spores. There are many species, collectively t...
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moss

Type: Term Pronunciation: mos Definitions: 1. Any low growing, delicate cryptogamous plant of the class Musci. 2. Popularly, any one of a number of lichens and seaweeds.
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Moss

Type: Term Pronunciation: mos Definitions: 1. Gerald, U.S. physician, 1931-1973. See: Moss tube
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Moss

Type: Term Pronunciation: mos Definitions: 1. Melvin L., 20th-century U.S. oral pathologist. See: Gorlin-Chaudhry-Moss syndrome
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