GSAS

AcronymDefinition
GSASGraduate School of Arts and Sciences
GSASGlobal Sustainability Assessment System (Gulf Organization for Research and Development)
GSASGeneral Structure Analysis System
GSASGlutamate Gamma-Semialdehyde Synthetase
GSASGraduate Students in Arts and Science
GSASGrinnell Students Against Scurvy
GSASGlobal Status Accounting System
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GSAs are choosing strategies from among a palette of options to achieve groundwater sustainability (fig.
In 1978, SSGC and KESC executed two Gas Sale Agreements (GSA) of 6.66 MMCFD for KESC SITE Power Plant and 3.33 MMCFD for KESC Korangi Power Plant, both of which total to 10 MMCFD gas.
The GSAs will promote Hertz's products and services around the globe to domestic travel trade partners, corporate customers and leisure travellers.
GSAs Investment Management business has $1.5 billion funds under management.
Liz Hamor, a hard-working and dedicated GLSEN organizer, notes "schools with GSAs have safer environments for all students."
GSAS supports the achievement of Qatar National Vision 2030 to promote sustainability standards in the urban environment in the country.
Apart from giving visitors the product demo, special emphasis was laid out by the management team to make general sales agents (GSAs) and travel agents aware about the importance of developing and working under one's own brand rather than depending on the whims and fancies of somebody else's.
But the biggest threat to equal access these days stems, ironically, from conservative Christians who try to stop students from forming GayStraight Alliances (GSAs).
According to GLSEN spokeswoman Kari Hudnell, the number of high school GSAs registered with GLSEN nationwide was 4,000 in 2015.
This article discusses a growing movement in the fight against homophobia and institutionalized heteronormativity--gay-straight alliances (GSAs).
One of these was the Global Value Chain (GVC)-SME for the Automotive Sector (GSAS) Project proposed by the Philippines and Malaysia.