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RRSRoyal Regiment of Scotland (UK)
RRSRacing Rules of Sailing (international rules for racing sailboats)
RRSRange Rover Sport (car)
RRSRegional Remote Sensing (Tucson, AZ)
RRSRoad Racing Series
RRSRational Response Squad
RRSRoundup Ready Soybean (agriculture)
RRSRound Robin Scheduler (software)
RRSResource Recovery Services
RRSRemote Registry Service
RRSRenal Risk Stratification
RRSRadon Reduction System (various companies)
RRSRegistered Relocation Specialist
RRSRack Room Shoes
RRSRoyal Research Ship
RRSReduced Residue System (mathematics)
RRSRéseaux de Réussite Scolaire (French: Academic Success Network)
RRSRapid Response System
RRSRequest Routing System (computing)
RRSRadiation Research Society
RRSRevell Research Systems (UK)
RRSResource Recovery Services (IBM)
RRSRapid Response Service
RRSResource and Referral Service
RRSRecruiting and Retention School
RRSRome Research Site
RRSRational Robust and Secure (negotiations in multi-agent systems)
RRSRisk Reduction Strategy
RRSResonant Raman Scattering
RRSRemote Replication System
RRSRoad Restraint System
RRSRegistration Repository System
RRSRallye Racing Sport (French sports equipment retailer)
RRSRaise Responsibility System (motivational discipline and learning system)
RRSRemote Receiving Station
RRSRegional Research Site
RRSRecovery of RNA Synthesis
RRSRadio Relay Squadron
RRSRemote Radio Site
RRSRegister Reuse Scheduling
RRSroute reflector server
RRSReplicate Replication Server
RRSRural Radio Service
RRSResource Reporting System (US FDA)
RRSRegulatory Reform Staff (US EPA)
RRSRetrograde Rocket System
RRSRestraint Release System
RRSRadio Repeater Set
RRSRetired Reserve Section
RRSRotor Resistance Starting
RRSRetarder Response Solenoid
RRSRetarder Response System
RRSReadiness Reportable Status
RRSRandomly Rough Surface
RRSRemainder of Route Same
RRSReceive Repair System
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"The inclusion of the SIT among the accounts exempted from RRs will benefit the accounts established by institutions, foundations, agencies, whether government or private registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Cooperative Development Authority, primarily for charitable, religious, educational, athletic, scientific, medical, cultural, specialized lending or developmental project, or such other purposes of similar nature," explained the BSP.
Most RRs were obtained from published reports; however, in some cases new analyses were conducted for the present study.
Similar to a tax, RRs can increase fiscal revenues at the cost of reducing the rate of return on deposits.
Six RRS pre-resident programs support blended learning: the Station Commander Course, Health Care Recruiter Course, Guidance Counselor Operations NCO [noncommissioned officer] Course, Recruiting Master Trainer Course, Recruiting Company Commander Course, and Pre-Command Course.
Since escalating rather than absolute oxygen requirements would impact on the decision for RRS, for the purpose of this study, the Fi[O.sub.2] while on low-flow nasal cannulas (1 to 6 l/minute) was taken as 0.24 when the flow was 1 l/minute and +0.04 Fi[O.sub.2] for every 1 l/minute above that (10).
Bootstrapping analyses showed poor resolution (<380/1,000 iterations) below the genus level for the short rrs region examined.
Perhaps the most interesting of these changes was observed for the Elite B (RRS) population.
Barber incorporated all of the suggested changes into the RR, upgrading the model and including them as standard features in all current RRs sold.
and Recovery and Recycling Solutions (RRS) have partnered in a strategic alliance that enables RRS to function as the service representative for Tri-Flo in the refinery and petrochemical markets.
After the plastic recycling company he worked for went out of business in the late 1990s, Kevin Reily established Reily Recovery Systems (RRS) in 1999 with the help of a grant from the Vinyl Institute and loans from private sources.