FISS


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AcronymDefinition
FISSFiscal Intermediary Standard System (Medicare)
FISSForeign Intelligence and Security Services (US Defense Intelligence Agency)
FISSFamily and Individual Support Services (disability help)
FISSFederazione Italiana Sport Silenziosi (Italian: Italian Sport Federation for the Deaf)
FISSFish Information Stream Summary
FISSFlight, Invulnerability, Speed, Strength (comic book slang)
FISSFacility Inspection Support System (FDA computer program used by inspectors in the USA to report findings.)
References in classic literature ?
Washish squashish squeak, Sinbad, hey-diddle diddle, grunt unt grumble, hiss, fiss, whiss,' said he to me, one day after dinner- but I beg a thousand pardons, I had forgotten that your majesty is not conversant with the dialect of the Cock-neighs (so the man-animals were called; I presume because their language formed the connecting link between that of the horse and that of the rooster).
As proffered by Palazzo and Scherer (2006), an additional approach to legitimacy takes into account the predominant morals and social responsibility in the society in which the organization operates despite organizational values that conflict with these societal expectations (Kennedy and Fiss, 2009).
As Fiss points out, the person who is able to afford a lawyer can readily use the formalities of trial either to rebalance power or to shift power fully to their side.
To learn more about the information that you can access through FISS, take the free online FISS tutorial at www.
Gays in Arizona are fighting a proposal that would put a ban on same-sex marriage in the state's constitution, and that is part of the reason that having a pride celebration in Flagstaff is more important than ever, says Fiss.
Westlake starter Jake Fiss (4-2) held Newbury Park to three hits through the first five innings before allowing singles to the first three batters he faced in the sixth.
Following public consultation on a draft of the FISS last year, we plan to launch the final document early this year.
In another essay, Yale law professor Owen Fiss is quoted as asking, "Might the state have a role in furthering the democratic mission of the press?
As Owen Fiss, (118) Judith Resnick, (119) and others
Albert Fiss, vice-president of the guild, says: ``Now that Churchill Downs has recognised the collective strength of the jockeys and the public and governmental support for the goals of the Jockeys' Guild, it has decided to attempt to destroy the guild rather than treat its modest requests with decency and fairness.
FISS, 8 HISTORY OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES: TROUBLED BEGINNINGS OF THE MODERN STATE, 1888-1910 at 175 (1993).
Tyson's lawyer Bob Fiss then requested a motion for Tyson to be able to withdraw his licence, which was not seconded.