SAMOS


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SAMOSInternational Workshop on Systems, Architectures, Modeling and Simulation
SAMOSSatellite And Missile Observation System
SAMOSShipboard Automated Meteorological and Oceanographic System (Tallahassee, FL)
SAMOSSilicon and Aluminum Metal Oxide Semiconductor
SAMOSSelf-Aligned Metal Oxide Semiconductor
SAMOSSemi-Automatic Meteorological Observing System (UK)
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Prince Samos can confirm the favourable impression he made on his debut to take the Guinness Maiden Stakes.
International conference on Application-Specific Systems, Architecture and Processors (16th: 2005: Samos, Greece)
Limnionas on the south west coast of the Greek island of Samos has just a few things to offer, like peace of mind, a handful of good tavernas, great food, friendly locals, magnificent mountain scenery, a beautiful, unspoilt bay and no noise.
TRAINER John Berry was quick to praise his local track after favourite Benedict had got home by a short head from Prince Samos at Newmarket.
Prince Samos can confirm the favourable impression of his debut to take the Guinness Maiden Stakes.
A number of cases of Bluetongue in sheep were detected in the autumn of 1998 in the South-Eastern Aegean islands of Dodecanese and Samos, the first outbreak of the disease in Greece since 1979).
Chris, above, is joined by Holly Samos, Johnny Boy Revell and Dan McGrath for chat, comedy and music.
Greek epic poet of the Aegean island of Samos, author of a lost verse chronicle, the Persica, probably relating the story of the Persian wars as narrated in prose by the historian Herodotus.
(6th century bc ) A tyrant of Samos. Polycrates was known and feared for his unfailing success in all his ventures.
In response to customer demand, WIELAND ELECTRIC has announced it has developed the new samos PLAN 6 project planning tool, a user friendly programming software with the option of automatic or manual configuration.
The coastguard said Monday that the migrants were picked up at sea in 47 incidents near Greece's eastern Aegean islands of Lesbos, Kos, Chios, Samos, Leros, Agathonissi and Farmakonissi.