CISS


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AcronymDefinition
CISSContinuous Ink Supply System
CISSInput Capacitance
CISSCommon Internet Scheme Syntax
CISSConfirmation Interactive Site Server
CISSCollectif Interassociatif sur la Santé (French: Inter-Association Collective on Health)
CISSCollege of International and Security Studies (George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies)
CISSCampbell Interest and Skill Survey (Pearson Assessments)
CISSCooperazione Internazionale Sud-sud (Italian)
CISSCenter for Intelligence and Security Studies (University of Mississippi)
CISSCanadian Institute of Strategic Studies
CISSComité International des Sports des Sourds (International Committee of Sports for the Deaf)
CISSCisco Information Security Specialist (computing)
CISSConference on Information Science and Systems
CISSCryptology & Information Security Series
CISSCommunity Integrated Service Systems
CISSCenter for Information Systems Security (DISA)
CISSCanadian Internetworked Scientific Supercomputer
CISSCast-in-Steel-Shell (engineering)
CISSConseil International des Sciences Sociales (French)
CISSComprehensive Import Supervision Scheme (Nigeria)
CISSContainer Identification Scratch System
CISSCold-Induced Sweating Syndrome
CISSChief Integrated Support Services (DPKO)
CISSCentaur Integrated Support Structure
CISSConstructive Interference Steady State
CISSConfigurable Integrated Surveillance System (Rockwell Collins)
CISSCall Independent Supplementary Service
CISSCommon Integration Site (cancer molecular tag)
CISSCentral Indiana Soaring Society (aviation)
CISSChannel Islands Specialists' Society
CISSComputational Intelligence in Services Sciences
CISSCassini Imaging Science Subsystem
CISSContractor Integrated Security Suite
CISSCorporate Information Systems Security
CISSCadet Inter Services Skill at Arms Meeting (UK Air Cadets)
CISSCertified Industrial Safety Specialist
CISSCommittee International Silent Sports
CISSCustomer Implementation and Support Services (Sprint)
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The CISS Conference looked at the possibilities of India changing its declared position on NFU, the factors motivating Delhi to move in that direction, and its implications for the strategic stability of the region.
However, the CISS report counters the position of the ISIS report, which appeared hastily put together due to some factual inaccuracies and illogical conclusions noticed in its analysis.
"As a specialist hub, we will work with SSFA and CISS in promoting Chinese language and culture both in school and with other schools and community groups in conjunction with the work of the SSFA.
CISS has been trying for some time to see if Hywel Dda University Health Board could offer financial support or even a room for counselling sessions, possibly at a GP surgery.
PIIA chairperson Dr Masuma Hassan, Director General Security Division of CISS Dr Zafar Ali, Executive Director CISS Ali Sarwar Naqvi and PNIRA Chairman Jamsheed Hashmi also spoke at the seminar.
The Japanese version of the Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS) [17, 18] was used to assess the coping strategies of the three-factor model.
They were speaking at a conference 'Pakistan's Relations with China and Russia: Opportunities and Prospects,' jointly hosted by the Center for International Strategic Studies (CISS) and German institute Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS).
Chemlmage Sensor Systems (CISS), a subsidiary of Chemlmage Corp., is a Pittsburgh-based company committed to making the world healthier and safer with its innovative standoff chemical-imaging sensors.
[3] Three-dimensional (3D) Constructive Interference in Steady State (CISS) is a gradient echo MRI sequence that is used to investigate a wide range of pathologies when routine MRI sequences do not provide the desired anatomic information.
Cast-in-steel-shell (CISS) piles are driven pipe piles filled with cast-in-place reinforced concrete (RC) with longitudinal and transverse reinforcing bars.
Pictured in the 1930s is Joan Whitfield, nee Lodge, centre, with her sister Ciss, left, and friend enjoying the open spaces of the allotment rented by Joan's grandad, Anderson Dobson, near the Dorman Long works, South Bank.