InsO

AcronymDefinition
InsOInsolvenzordnung (German insolvency law)
InsOIraqi National Symphony Orchestra
InsOIran National Standard Organization
InsOInternational New Symphony Orchestra
InsOIndian National Students Organisation (est. 2003; various locations)
InsOInternational Sudoku Organisation (UK)
References in classic literature ?
He had her manned by the cheekiest gang of lascars I ever did see, whom he allowed to bawl at you inso lently, and, once fast, he plucked you out of your berth as if he did not care what he smashed.
The 27-year old Inso (10W-7L-1D, 3KO) won by a unanimous decision over Rufino "Noypi" Mante of Sultan Kudarat on Oct.
The Konkursordnung was replaced by the Insolvenzordnung (InsO) in 1999, to save businesses that are commercially viable following a debt restructuring, with a view to preserving employment and maintaining output.
But this didn't go well with OP Chautala and on October 11 he dissolved it's student wing INSO just before student union elections on October 17.
There inso preference given to certain majors or careers.
The authors are grateful the Iranian National Standards Organization (INSO)-Golestan Standard Office for technical support and providing the facilities that made this project possible.
The INSO (Iowa School Nurse Organization) was very vocal about the need to screen students.
wa"They insisted I couldn't go inso I asked for my money back because I am a season ticket holder.
** Ziadin Sela's party, the PDSH Reform Movement, wants the agreement on the construction of the new clinical center in Skopje, signed Friday by Health Minister Nikola Todorov and the Macedonian companies Granit and Beton and Italy's Inso System, to be canceled.
(80) It seems that the InsO incorporates liquidation and composition in one single law.
(1) The Matsuda's insulin sensitivity index (Matsuda ISI) was calculated as 10,000/(FPG x 18 x InsO x mean glucose level in OGTT x 18 x mean insulin level in OGTT1/2 [9].
(281) The comity and finality interests are deeply intertwined, inso far as the reasons for treating judgments as final do double duty as conditions for recognizing and enforcing foreign convictions.