MLS

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MLS

abbr.
1. Major League Soccer
2. Master of Library Science
3. Multiple Listing Service
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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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References in periodicals archive ?
Chromosome X carries the loci for the XK protein (bears the Kx antigen) and for the rare X-linked disorder that leads to McLeod syndrome found only in males.
If Henry also suffered from McLeod syndrome, a genetic disorder specific to the Kell blood group, it would explain why he turned from a strong, athletic, generous individual in his first 40 years to the monstrous paranoiac he would become, virtually immobilized by massive weight gain and leg ailments.
In The Historical Journal, the pair claimed being Kell positive could have led to McLeod syndrome, which harms mental health.