SAMS


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AcronymDefinition
SAMSScottish Association for Marine Science
SAMSSwiss Academy of Medical Sciences (Basel, Switzerland)
SAMSSendmail Advanced Message Server
SAMSSport and Adventure Motor Show
SAMSStrategic Asset Management System
SAMSSchool of Advanced Military Studies (US Army)
SAMSSocial Assistance Management System (various locations)
SAMSSpace Acceleration Measurement System
SAMSStandard Army Maintenance System
SAMSSouth American Missionary Society (of the Episcopal Church, Inc)
SAMSSouthern Appalachian Mountain Stewards (Appalachia, VA)
SAMSSkowhegan Area Middle School (Skowhegan, ME)
SAMSScottish-American Military Society (est. 1981; North Carolina)
SAMSSurveying and Mapping Science
SAMSStratospheric and Mesospheric Sounder
SAMSSingle Family Acquired Asset Management System (US HUD)
SAMSSystemic Advocacy Management System (IRS)
SAMSSociety of Accredited Marine Surveyors, Inc. (Jacksonville, Florida)
SAMSSnap Automated Medical System (US Navy)
SAMSShipboard Automated Medical System
SAMSServiços de Assistência Médico Social (Portugal)
SAMSSurface Air Management System (US Postal Service)
SAMSSow Abortion and Mortality Syndrome
SAMSSOF (Special Operations Forces) Air Mission Suite (US DoD)
SAMSSystems Analysis and Mission Support
SAMSSurface Atmospheric Measurement System (Army)
SAMSSpace Assembly, Maintenance, and Servicing
SAMSServicing and Maintenance System (NASA)
SAMSSupport Agreement Management System
SAMSSatellite Automatic Monitoring System
SAMSSenior Assistance Management System (Synergy Software)
SAMSSecurity Assistance Management Information System
SAMSShuttle Acceleration Measurement Systems (NASA)
SAMSSpecial Access Management System (ISDN)
SAMSShore Activity Maintenance Support
SAMSSoftware Acquisition Management Seminar
SAMSSupport and Maintenance Systems
SAMSShip Alternation Management System
SAMSSATCOM Automated Monitoring Subsystem
SAMSShore Activity Management Support
SAMSSprint Automated Mapping System (Sprint)
References in classic literature ?
'Cert'nly, Sir,' replied Sam, who had answered Wardle's violent ringing of the bell with a degree of celerity which must have appeared marvellous to anybody who didn't know that his eye had been applied to the outside of the keyhole during the whole interview.
'Coach is ready, Sir,' said Sam, appearing at the door.
Jingle had disappeared, and he found himself caught in the arms of Sam.
'Come in,' said a man's voice, in reply to Sam's rap at the door.
'Sir,' said Sam, closing the door, and keeping his hand on the knob of the lock.
'Touts for licences,' replied Sam. 'Two coves in vhite aprons-- touches their hats ven you walk in--"Licence, Sir, licence?" Queer sort, them, and their mas'rs, too, sir--Old Bailey Proctors --and no mistake.'
Sam approached with as good a determination to pay court as did ever suitor after a vacant place at St.
"Why have you been loitering so, Sam? I sent Andy to tell you to hurry."
"Lord bless you, Missis!" said Sam, "horses won't be cotched all in a mimit; they'd done clared out way down to the south pasture, and the Lord knows whar!"
"Sam, how often must I tell you not to say `Lord bless you, and the Lord knows,' and such things?
"Let dis child alone for dat!" said Sam, rolling up his eyes with a volume of meaning.
"Now, Andy," said Sam, returning to his stand under the beech-trees, "you see I wouldn't be 't all surprised if dat ar gen'lman's crittur should gib a fling, by and by, when he comes to be a gettin' up.