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VSSVolume Shadow (Copy) Service (Microsoft)
VSSVolume Shadow Copy Service
VSSVersions
VSSVisual SourceSafe (Microsoft)
VSSVerses
VSSVehicle Speed Sensor
VSSVirtual Switching System
VSSVolatile Suspended Solids
VSSVirgin Space Ship
VSSVoluntary Separation Scheme
VSSVideo Surveillance System
VSSVital Signs Stable
VSSVoting System Standards
VSSVeer Surendra Sai (medical college; Burla, Orissa, India)
VssVolume of Distribution at Steady State
VSSVariable Structure System
VSSVHDL System Simulator
VSSVoice Storage System
VSSVertigo Symptom Scale
VSSVolunteer Stroke Service
VSSVery Simple System
VSSVernon Secondary School
VSSVertical Solid-Shaft (motor)
VSSVulnerable Sector Screening (Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Canada)
VSSVinovka Snaiperskaja Spetsialnaya (sniper rifle)
VSSVery Short Sentence
VSSVariable Stability System
VSSVirusScan Security Suite
VSSVaughan Secondary School
VSSVertical Stud Soderberg (aluminium production)
VSSVirtual Service Switch
VSSVlamis Software Solutions, Inc.
VSSVirtual Server Services (IBM)
VSSVideo Storage System
VSSVintovka Snaiperskaja Spetsialnaya (Russian: Special Sniper Rifle)
VSSVignette Syndication Server
VSSVulnerable System Syndrome (patient safety)
VSSVoice Switching System
VSSVolume Scattering Strength
VSSVendor Supplied Software
VSSVisual Scheduling Systems (classroom scheduling software)
VSSVirtual Service Sets (Trapeze)
VSSVoltage Source Source
VSSVisual Scheduling System (educational program)
VSSVisual Server Side
VSSVideo Signal Simulator
VSSVehicle Simulation System
VSSVirtual Sites Server
VSSVirtual System Simulator
VSSVisiting Scholars Scheme (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; National University of Singapore)
VSSVoice Server System
VSSVerification Status Signal
VSSVideo Scanner Switch
VSSValidation System Segment
VSSVehicle Specific Simulator
VSSVoice Signaling System (loud speaker system in LGM25C Titan II Missile System)
VSSVendor Selection System
VSSVoltage for Substrate & Sources
VSSValue-Based Six Sigma
VSSVital Statistics System (various organizations)
VSSVisual System Simulator (communications)
VSSVirtual Schooling Service (Education Queensland; Australia)
VSSVarma Security Systems (India)
VSSVested Security Solutions, LLC (Hackensack, NJ)
References in classic literature ?
In passing it is necessary to refer to the structure of Chinese verse, which, difficult as it is to grasp and differing in particulars from our European ideas of technique, has considerable interest for the student of verse form and construction.
In a seven-syllable verse the odd syllables can have any tone; as regards the even syllables, when the second syllable is even, then the fourth is oblique, and the sixth even.
For verses, though never so well composed, cannot be literally (that is word for word) translated out of one language into another without losing much of their beauty and loftiness.
For he found that not only could he sing these verses, but he who had before been dumb and ashamed when the harp was put into his hand, could now make and sing more beautifully than could others.
After my day's work at the case I wore the evening away in my boyish literary attempts, forcing my poor invention in that unnatural kind, and rubbing and polishing at my wretched verses till they did sometimes take on an effect, which, if it was not like Pope's, was like none of mine.
When they came to recite their lessons, not one of them knew his verses perfectly, but had to be prompted all along.
But the author himself took the verses and began reading them aloud.
The first of the following verses is Hesiod's and the next Homer's: but sometimes Hesiod puts his question in two lines.
Moliere says so, and Moliere is a judge of such things; he declares he has himself made a hundred thousand verses.
That Cervantes has been for many years a great friend of mine, and to my knowledge he has had more experience in reverses than in verses.
In the last paragraph of the Prologue, verse 7, Zarathustra gives us a foretaste of his teaching concerning the big and the little sagacities, expounded subsequently.
The period has the great variety of almost unlimited creative force; it includes works of many kinds in both verse and prose, and ranges in spirit from the loftiest Platonic idealism or the most delightful romance to the level of very repulsive realism.