HOOS

AcronymDefinition
HOOSHip Disability Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (musculoskeletal system)
HOOSHeld Out of Service (aircraft maintenance)
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References in classic literature ?
An' him that lives in Sallust's hoos, he's there, hoddin''em on."
But now one answers from far woods in a strain made really melodious by distance -- Hoo hoo hoo, hoorer hoo; and indeed for the most part it suggested only pleasing associations, whether heard by day or night, summer or winter.
I never knew what he said, but the children called him "Old Ba-a-ar Hoo", for it sounded like that.
'Hoo wor it?' inquired John, sitting down close to him.
Hereupon the sister of Scheherazade, as I have it from the "Isitsoornot," expressed no very particular intensity of gratification; but the king, having been sufficiently pinched, at length ceased snoring, and finally said, "hum!" and then "hoo!" when the queen, understanding these words (which are no doubt Arabic) to signify that he was all attention, and would do his best not to snore any more -- the queen, I say, having arranged these matters to her satisfaction, re-entered thus, at once, into the history of Sinbad the sailor:
Mac opened his mouth to say something more, when a sneeze came upon him unawares, and a loud "Ah rash hoo!" awoke the echoes of the quiet house.
Holger Hoos: 'The Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science as an institute is very much focussed on AI and related areas of advanced computation.
The aim of this study was to ascertain the relationship between dancers' history of hip injuries or hip problems and HOOS sub-scores.
Hoos says the Clarets, who lost their top-flight status at the weekend despite a 1-0 victory at Hull, remain financially healthy and will not have to cash in on their prize assets as they had to when they were last relegated in 2010.
The apes were usually followed from the first morning encounter until they'd located their evening sleeping tree, and recorded more than 450 hoo sounds.
The Hoos offers crews access to washing and showering facilities as well as the internet, TV and hot drinks while their vessels are in North Shields.