SPIS


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SPISSpacecraft-Plasm Interaction System (physics software; EU)
SPISScottish Police Information Strategy
SPISSeller Property Information Statement (Real Estate, Canada)
SPISSuperfund Public Information System (US EPA)
SPISSlow Positron Implantation Spectroscopy (physics)
SPISSubcommittee Proposal Item
SPISService Packaging Instruction Sheet
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'The Israeli government is currently completing the installation of two prototypes of the SPIS: one for a small farm setup of up to 5 hectares and the other, for a big farm setup of up to 100 hectares,' the DA chief added.
Under its unsolicited proposal, IAI is willing to provide the technology as well as funding that is enough to build as much as 8,000 units of SPIS in the country.
SPIS consists of one or more solar panels, a pump, electronic controls or a controller device to operate the pump, storage tank and conveyance structures.
"Nearly all damages by SPIs are caused by the larvae," said Ramachandran.
The Skin Picking Impact Scale (SPIS): Scale development and psychometric analyses.
Right now there's a lot of focus on SPIs and the ILS market in Bermuda.
Samsung Africa launched its first Solar Powered Internet School (SPIS) in Botswana about a year ago.
"In addition, 12 of the new registrations for Q2 2013 were special purpose insurers (SPIs) with anticipated premiums of over $700 million," said Shelby Weldon, director of licensing and authorizations for the BMA, in a statement.
Solar powered, mobile classrooms: “Samsung started off by offering the African continent our Solar Powered Internet Schools (SPIS),” says Paulo Ferreira, Head of Enterprise Mobility at Samsung South Africa, gold sponsor at the event, “A world-first; the exclusively solar-powered, mobile and completely independent classroom is geared at increasing accessibility to education and connectivity across Africa.
Interesting attractions include the old mining town of Banska Stiavnica -- a Unesco world heritage site, wooden churches of the Slovak part of Carpathian Mountain Area, the 14th century gothic city Bardejov, Vlkolinec village and Spis Castle -- Central Europe's largest castle complex.
Considerable efforts have been made to strengthen SPIs at project level.