MOSS


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MOSSMicrosoft Office SharePoint Server
MOSSMap Overlay Statistical System
MOSSMoving Object Support System
MOSSMIME Object Security Services
MOSSMinimum Operating Security Standards
MOSSMeasure of Software Similarity (computer anti-plagiarism program)
MOSSMember of the Same Sex
MOSSMulti Oscillator Synthesis System (Korg expansion board)
MOSSMetropolitan Open Space System
MOSSMarket Oriented Sector Specific
MOSSMobile Submarine Simulator
MOSSMuseum of Sustainable Style (Chicago, IL)
MOSSMusculoskeletal Occupational Surveillance Scheme
MOSSMoron Optical Space Surveillance (USAF Moron AB, Spain system)
MOSSMobile Oceanographic Support System
MOSSModulated Optical Solid-State Spectrometer
MOSSManned Orbital Space Station
MOSSMail-Extensions Object Security Services
MOSSMasala, Oil, Salt and Sugar (diet)
MOSSMapping Overlay Statistical System
MOSSMoving Object Scheduling System
MOSSManned Orbital Space System
MOSSMaintenance Operational Shop Stock
MOSSMission Operations Support Services
MOSSMobility Support Sets
MOSSManagement Operations and Student Support (US FEMA)
MOSSMaintenance Operating Support Set
MOSSMaintenance Operational Systems Support (US DoD)
References in classic literature ?
Moss had been one of the most astute women in the world, instead of being one of the simplest, she could have thought of nothing more likely to propitiate her brother than this praise of Maggie.
Moss, "though I was never so quick and fond o' the books.
Miss Moss, a dark-eyed maid in curl-papers, appeared with the teapot, and, smiling, asked the Colonel how he had slep?
I was NABBED by Moss of Cursitor Street--from whose GILT AND SPLENDID PARLER I write this--the same that had me this time two years.
She screamed and tried to flee; but she had scarce turned toward the palace when a giant hand fell upon her arm, she was whirled about, and half dragged, half carried toward a huge thoat that was slowly grazing out of the avenue's mouth on to the ochre moss of the plaza.
There were no trees, no bushes, nothing but a gray sea of moss scarcely diversified by gray rocks, gray lakelets, and gray streamlets.
If it was the wrong one there could be no use in hurrying; therefore we did not hurry, but sat down frequently on the soft moss and enjoyed the restful quiet and shade of the forest solitudes.
Its rosy face smiled kindly down, As the friendless worm drew near; And its low voice, softly whispering, said "Poor thing, thou art welcome here; Close at my side, in the soft green moss, Thou wilt find a quiet bed, Where thou canst softly sleep till Spring, With my leaves above thee spread.
Yet never did it ring more loudly than that night, as I watched her draw back the blanket of moss from the coals, blow up the fire, and cook the evening meal.
And mind, if you ever take to growing roses, the white moss rose is all the better for not being budded on the dog-rose, whatever the gardener may say to the contrary
I alighted upon the soft moss easily and without mishap, and turning saw my enemies lined up along the further wall.
He found himself tucked up in a little moss bed, very much in the dark, feeling sore; it seemed to be under ground.