ASIS

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AcronymDefinition
ASISAmerican Society for Information Science
ASISAmerican Society for Industrial Security
ASISAnterior Superior Iliac Spine (anatomy)
ASISAda Semantic Interface Specification
ASISAccess Security Information Subfield
ASISAustralian Secret Intelligence Service
ASISAssateague Island National Seashore (US National Park Service)
ASISAdvanced Simulation of Systems (International Workshop)
ASISAromatic Solvent-Induced Shift
ASISAlliance for a Sustainable Information Society
ASISAnti Submarine Information System
ASISAmphibious Support Information System
ASISAssociation for Structural Improvement of the Shipbuilding Industry
ASISAccess Solutions Information Services
ASISAsynchronous Signatured Instruction Stream
ASISAnti-Smuggling Information System
ASISAxial Scientific Instrument Simulator
ASISArmy Surveillance Information System
ASISAcoustic Station Inventory System
ASISAll Source Intelligence System
ASISAgence Schaerbeekoise Immobilière Sociale (Belgium)
ASISAuxiliary Ships' Information System
ASISAdoptive Sister
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The court heard how Masserick had a tragic family background with the deaths of his parents in childhood and then years later his adoptive sister.
Bamber was jailed for life at Chelmsford Crown Court in 1986 for the murder of his adoptive parents, farmer Neville and June Bamber, his adoptive sister Sheila and her six-yearold sons, Nicholas and Daniel, at the family house in Tolleshunt D'Arcy, near Maldon, Essex.
The cast of ex-soap players is completed by another one-time Coronation Street cast member, Joanne Froggatt, who plays the brothers' adoptive sister, Julia.
The award-winning author of Freak the Mighty and other books for YAs turns to SF here, in an imaginative and disturbing story about a bleak, dangerous future world ("the Urb") and a teenage boy who must make his way through it to reach his mortally ill adoptive sister. The boy is called Spaz, because he has epilepsy.
His adoptive sister published a book on his life on death row.
that crucial stage of the opus, imaged as an incestuous couple in their bath - an alchemically exact image of Bertram's darkly contrived union with his adoptive sister' (p.
The researchers recruited homosexual women with an identical, fraternal, or adoptive sister through advertisements in lesbian, gay, and feminist publications throughout the United States.
After spending almost five years in an orphanage, he and an adoptive sister were placed in the home of a White couple in Munich.
Her adoptive sister, radio host Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor), also looks into Jessica's unknown past, specifically the period where she gained superhuman strength.
In an effort to take Alex's (Chyler Leigh) mind off her recent split with Maggie (Floriana Lima), Kara (Melissa Benoist) takes her adoptive sister to their hometown of Midvale in Season 3, episode 6 of the CW series.
But Liliann Swartout, the accused woman's biological as well as adoptive sister, also said, "I miss her so much sometimes that it's hard to breathe.
Sarah turns out to be the adoptive mother of my great grandmother, Martha Davies with Amelia being Martha's adoptive sister.