mos.

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mos.

abbr.
months
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Finisher phase, Goblet cell count, Growth performance, Lymphoid organs, MOS.
Weekly and mean feed intake was significantly (P<0.01) influenced by different levels of MOS. Significantly, higher feed intake was recorded at the highest level of MOS.
Body weight gain was increased with the increasing level of MOS. At the end of week 4, MOS-100 showed the maximum body weight gain followed by MOS-50 and the least weigh gain was recorded for the control group.
Weight of lymphoid organs in the present study significantly (P<0.01) varied at all levels of MOS. It was noticed that the highest level resulted in significant increase in the relative weight of lymphoid organs.
The best point of entry is 1961 to chronicle the history of contiguous MOS adjustments which lead to the current Signal warrant officer MOS. For example, MOS 286A, communications-electronics repair technician, which had previously been MOS 4415, Signal equipment maintenance and repair officer (established in July of 1948) was created in June 1961.
Effective 1 October 2012, a TOP SECRET (TS) clearance with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access eligibility is required to hold this MOS. Effective 1 October 2008, all Soldiers accessing into MOS will be submitted for TS clearance and SCI access eligibility.
We also need your support in reclassifying quality NCOs into this MOS.
Next question: Given all the gay content of the Kathy and Mo shows and the fact that Gaffney is a single mother who had her son with a gay male friend (whose name she prefers to keep private), one could reasonably assume that Kathy and Mo are, well, 'mos. One wouldn't be right, but one wouldn't be totally wrong either.
Hooge (2003) investigated significant improvement in body weight and feed conversion ratio in broilers without any effect on their mortality by the dietary supplementation of MOS.
However, very little data are available on mineral absorption and growth performance in Japanese quail by the dietary supplementation of MOS. The present study was, therefore, conducted to investigate effects of the MOS supplementation on growth performance, viscera development, mineral absorption and caecal microbiota in Japanese quail.
(2010) found higher body weights in quails for consumption of MOS, while Frittis and Waldroup (2003) observed greater weight of body in turkeys that consumed MOS. Similar findings were highlighted in broilers by Flemming et al.
Recently, a Military Occupational Classification Specialty action was developed to address several shortfalls within the current Signal warrant officer MOS structure to include the current Average Grade Distribution Matrix and the gaps within the current duties and responsibilities of each MOS. The MOCS action called for the repurposing of the Signal warrant officer MOS into two accession (i.e., W1) through W4 MOS--one to cover Network Management core competency and one to cover Content Management core competency, along with an MOS (W3 through W4 only) to cover Network Defense core competency.