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SDS

abbr.
Students for a Democratic Society
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SDS

Students for a Democratic Society.
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South Korea's provider of IT - Samsung SDS and Vietnam's Top IT and Telecommunication company - CMC Corporation officially signed a strategic investment cooperation contract with CMC, the company said.
In most bullet diameters, you can find bullets with reasonably high SDs and high BCs--designed to perform just about any job you have in mind.
He also congratulated MiloA!evic, saying that there is room for him at SDS as one of the most respectable members.
Efficacy of the treatment was measured by the following parameters: mean total height gain (in SDS), mean AH SDS and percentage of patients reaching an adult height > -2 SDS (167.6 cm for boys and 154.7 cm for girls in Belgium), and mean AH SDS corrected for midparental height and percentage of patients reaching an AH above the parent-specific lower limit of height.
First, let's measure the Total Error (TE) as SDs (sigma).
The negative SDS ion binds to positive residues, neutralizes the protein surface charges and leads to precipitation and turbidity of the solution.
Key words: aggregation number; critical micelle temperature; ellipsoidal particles; material balance equations; micelle structure; SANS; SDS; small-angle neutron scattering; sodium dodecyl sulfate; surfactant.
SDS Outdoors is the culmination of our sole passion and focus in making superior products for the outdoors.
At the heart of the meltdown, David Barber finds the issue of race and the specific way that SDS handled race.
The first goal was to use the SDS:CE version and accompanying interpretive report with high-risk middle school students.