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OBSObservation (Groundwater Modeling Systems)
OBSObserver
OBSOrganization(al) Breakdown Structure
OBSObserved
OBSObviously
OBSObsolete
OBSObstacle
OBSOcala Breeders Sales
OBSObstruction (baseball)
OBSOpenbare Basisschool
OBSOptical Burst Switching (IEEE)
OBSOrange Blossom Special
OBSOrganic Brain Syndrome
OBSOff Balance Sheet
OBSOcean Bottom Seismometer
OBSOnline Business Systems (Canada)
OBSOutward Bound School
OBSOffice of Boating Safety (Canadian Coast Guard)
OBSOmni Bearing Selector
OBSOutward Bound Singapore
OBSOpen Bidding Service (Canada)
OBSOrlando Ballet School (Florida, USA)
OBSOld Black Spruce
OBSOptical Back Scatter (class of turbidity sensors)
OBSOn-Board Service
OBSOut-of-Band Signaling
OBSOxford Biosignals Ltd
OBSOperational Bioinstrumentation System
OBSOld Brown Sherry
OBSold body style (automotive)
OBSOperation Boat Smart
OBSOptical Biopsy System
OBSOn-Board Switching
OBSOff Bore Sight
OBSObligation à Bons de Souscriptions
OBSOffice Based Sales
OBSOSIS Baseline System
OBSOn-Base Average and Slugging percentage (baseball statistic)
OBSOn Board Spares
OBSOut of Balance Switch
OBSObstructive Bowel Syndrome
OBSOcé Business Services (New York, NY)
OBSOther Basic Sciences
OBSOlympic Broadcasting Services (International Olympic Committee)
OBSOrange Business Service (France Telecom)
OBSOnline Banking Solutions (various locations)
OBSOily Bird Syndrome
OBSOlin Business School (Washington University; St. Louis, MO)
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Chicago was the industrial center of the country, and nowhere else were the unions so strong; but their organizations did the workers little good, for the employers were organized, also; and so the strikes generally failed, and as fast as the unions were broken up the men were coming over to the Socialists.
Nine-tenths of the Heidelberg students wore no badge or uniform; the other tenth wore caps of various colors, and belonged to social organizations called "corps.
Indeed it is extremely probable, that in other instances, particularly in the organization of the judicial power, the officers of the States will be clothed with the correspondent authority of the Union.
Schools can do no good; what will do good is an economic organization in which the people will become richer, will have more leisure--and then there will be schools.
Fuller knowledge of the organization which produced such terrible results served to increase rather than to lessen the horror which it inspired in the minds of men.
that the international organization of the socialists finally formulated their long-maturing policy on war.
Their heads were bloody, their organization had apparently been destroyed, yet out they came, along with their allies in the metal-working trades.
One of the most encouraging signs in connection with the Tuskegee school is found in the fact that the organization is so thorough that the daily work of the school is not dependent upon the presence of any one individual.
When doing this I sometimes speak before as many as four organizations in a single day.
When faced with high-profile program manager openings, organizations often promote individuals from within the project manager ranks, for very good reasons: They are familiar with the organization and have outstanding technical project management skills.
Organization receiving the grant has an IRS-issued U.
By building a tiered storage infrastructure and setting in motion information lifecycle management (ILM) practices, an organization can maximize their resources.
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