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Synonyms for siss

express or utter with a hiss

make a sharp hissing sound, as if to show disapproval

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The following tables (Tables 1 and 2) summarize the means and standard deviations of the seven factors in the ISS and the three factors in the SISS as well as the means and standard deviations of the ISS and the SISS.
El total del area concesionada por la Superintendencia de Servicios Sanitarios de Chile (SISS) en la Region Metropolitana es de 847,41 [km.sup.2], y en su interior habitaban aproximadamente 6.396.148 personas en 2007.
* According to amendments to the Law on Insurance Activity in 2014, the SISS increased the minimum capital requirement for insurers and reinsurers.
For a given sequence [{[t.sub.k]}.sub.k[member of]N], system (1) is said to be stochastic input-to-state stable (SISS), if, for any [epsilon] > 0, there exist functions [beta] [member of] K L and [alpha], [[gamma].sub.c], [[gamma].sub.d] [member of] [K.sub.[infinity]], such that, for every initial condition [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and every input pair ([u.sub.c], [u.sub.d]) [member of] U,
LeamSprout is now focused on increasing compatibility with a broad spectrum of SISs and software vendors, and on expanding the amount of data it can pull from each system, while Clever will soon roll out a new release--a "launchpad" from which students and teachers can view and start up all their software in one place, making separate accounts even less noticeable to users.
Then, a second line is drawn above the other after the patient has said 'S', 'yes' or 'SISS' repeatedly.
The company's annual profits, meanwhile, have soared: from roughly US$95 million in 2001 to US$2.2 billion in 2011, an increase of 137%, according to the government's Superintendencia de Servicios Sanitarios (SISS).
The Spiritual Issues in Supervision Scale (SISS) is a 30-item measure that rates how often spirituality is discussed across specific areas of supervision.
With the help of colleagues from ITMO were organized meetings of RUSSOFT delegation and representatives from corporations THALES, the European Technology Platform ARTEMIS (embedded systems) and ITEA2 (strategic pan-European program of Advanced Studies in SiSS (Software-intensive Systems and Services)).
Los sistemas integrados de servicios de salud (SISS) se entienden, segun la OMS, aprovechando la definicion mas ampliamente usada, de autoria de Shortell, profesor de la Universidad de Northwestern en los Estados Unidos (33).
"E-resources will be the way of the future," says Ambrose, along with "richer functionality in the etextbooks and deeper interactivity, especially as it relates to other campus portals, LMSs [learning management systems], SISs [student information systems], any kind of environment that faculty or students are using." If you make digital materials effortless to use, chances are students and faculty will be more inclined to adopt them.
resourceful new band, the Siss Boom Bang, wouldn't be worthy of its name if it didn't bring out the vocal extrovert in her.
While there are today over 75 SISs operating around the world, Vancouver is the only municipality on the continent with a sanctioned SIS.
After a brief introductory chapter, the authors set the scene in the second chapter by outlining the sea ice systems services (SISS) approach to studying sea ice, which ties measured sea ice variables to the interrelated needs of citizens, scientists, industry, and government.
K.D.LANG and the SISS BOOM BAND kick off their UK tour on May 30 at Birmingham Symphony Hall before travelling to Manchester, London, Nottingham and Glasgow.