MLS


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MLS

abbr.
1. Major League Soccer
2. Master of Library Science
3. Multiple Listing Service

M.L.S.

Master of Library Science.
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Noun1.MLS - a master's degree in library scienceMLS - a master's degree in library science
master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
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The game has always been a part of my life, including 8 MLS seasons in Chicago and Houston.
The streaming agreement, which is a partnership between MLS and Univision Deportes, is slated to show at least 22 games from this season.
Heineken's relationship with MLS corresponds with the next phase of the League's evolution.
Etihad and MLS will also work together on a number of activations and initiatives including community programmes, as well as hosting competitions and promotions for flights and holidays with MLS fans.
In short, the MLS represents a sharing of information about homes that are for sale.
The highest increase in strength (35%) was obtained for the addition of 1% of both MLS and maleated PE.
The Southland group currently operates CRIS-Net Regional MLS, which serves Ventura County and the two valleys in northern Los Angeles County and has 15,000 subscribers.
Fidelity National MLS Voice Alert notifies real estate professionals via telephone about real estate listing updates, providing continuous, real-time, remote access to Paragon MLS information.
More than half the posts required, preferred, or considered desirable an accredited MLS or MLS-equivalent.
Thompson claimed that the NAR's exclusionary rules for accessing the MLS almost drove the predominantly black organization out of business.
To get access to an MLS a broker must join and pay dues to the NAR, its state association, and a local Realtor board.
In the first quarter, there were 280 MLS sales, compared to 236 in the first quarter of 1989.