SPECS


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AcronymDefinition
SPECSSpeed Enforcement Camera System (road-rule enforcement)
SPECSSubmillimeter Probe of the Evolution of Cosmic Structure (NASA)
SPECSSpecial Protective Eyewear, Cylindrical System
SPECSStrategic Partnering to Evaluate Cancer Signatures (US NIH)
SPECSSoftware Professional Estimation and Collection System
SPECSSin, Promise, Example, Command, Significant Truth (Bible study method)
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We also believe, as the producer incorporating the RAS from Peerless into our HMA, that we can also meet the mix design requirements in the draft MoDOT spec.
This probably has no relationship to agency needs and reflects the lack of understanding, so common as to the product specs and the agency needs.
Taiyo Yuden, the first commercial CD-R manufacturer, is starting to produce write-once disks with a 16X recording spec.
Specs stopped writing for us after his 1968 contributions and that was the last we ever heard from or about him until 1989 when a small block of type in the obituary section of our morning newspaper caught our eye: "Specs Toporcer, Former Major League Ballplayer, 1899-1989.
Build only enough specs to keep your risk in check.
Ampacet's Reger suggests that customers ask their color/additive concentrate suppliers if they even have specs on all of their products--he suspects that many do not.