RSGS

AcronymDefinition
RSGSRoyal Scottish Geographical Society
RSGSRemote-Sensing Satellite Ground Station
RSGSRegional Signal Group, SHAPE
RSGSRight Stellate Ganglion Stimulation
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In this study, a priori and based on preliminary observations, we created a reactive stroma grading (RSG) system.
Mike Robinson, chief executive of the RSGS, added: "Iain is a wonderful communicator whose enthusiasm is infectious.
Because communications between Earth and geosynchronous orbit experience significant latency, the RSGS spacecraft will need to exhibit even more sophisticated autonomy than the spacecraft assigned to the Restore-L mission.
Twenty of the 32 WRB RSGs and nine of the 12 ST orders were found to be present within the Northern Rivers.
MHI has received multiple orders for major replacement components for SONGS Units 2 and 3, and the latest shipment of RRVHs follows two earlier shipments of replacement steam generators (RSG): two for Unit 2 in February 2009 and another two for Unit 3 in October 2010.
On the other hand, as noted in [82] every groupoid G leads to a reflexive symmetric graph (RSG).
The RSGs, manufactured at MHI's Kobe Shipyard and Machinery Works, measure 20 meters in height and weigh roughly 270 tons.
The filing shows CEO Mike Reed took $100,000 in cash and 5,967 chosen RSGs. He was also awarded 23,867 RSGs.
Hallendy has been awarded the 2007 Mungo Park Medal by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS).
RMCs were created by consolidating the management capabilities of Regional Support Groups (RSGs), the manpower and I-level repair skills of Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activities (SIMAs), the technical and contracting authority of Supervisors of Shipbuilding (SUPSHIPs), and the technical expertise of Fleet Technical Support Centers (FTSCs) into a single maintenance provider.
SECURITY experts in the 1960s developed an emergency plan to split Britain into 12 regional seats of government (RSGs) if it came under attack.