mod.

mod.

abbr.
1. moderate
2. moderato
3. modern

mod.

abbreviation for
1. moderate
2. (Music, other) moderato
3. modern
References in classic literature ?
Ut was a drunken mon's luck, for the Starry Grace wore off afore thot God-Almighty gale wuthout shuppun' a bucket o' watter, the second mate shoutun' orders an' the crew jumpun' like mod.
The dock design also makes it convenient to charge the Alexa Moto Mod.
Users can now save important emails to OneNote via the OneNote Mod.
Importantly, the initial structure of the General Staff (in effect, the defense headquarters) was founded, not surprisingly on Soviet principles and procedures, and was not well-equipped to deal with a civilian-led MoD.
As a result, 1) when the amount of crosslinking agent in rubber was suitably reduced, the Izod impact strength of the PVC/MOD molded product was improved in both ordinary MOD and void MOD.
BT chose Juniper Networks to replace its existing routing and security partner when it became clear only Juniper Networks was able to meet the stringent reliability, interoperability, resiliency and efficiency guidelines mandated by the MoD.
Of these organizations, the SAG has worked almost exclusively with MoD.
It is expected to provide improved security and responsiveness for the UK military and greater operational and end user efficiencies, resulting in an estimated savings of GBP 15 million per year to the UK MOD.
Its unmatched reliability, proven rugged performance and parts commonality offer excellent value for money to the MoD.
The smart tags communicate over radio frequencies with strategically placed readers, which in turn transmit information on the status of the shipment to a web-based software system used by the UK MOD.
The FICIS system will fulfill the C4I (Command, Control, Communications, and Computers Intelligence) needs of Bulgaria's MOD.
The PDRR study contract allows the Hughes FMRAAM team to reduce development risk to a level acceptable to the MoD.