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PASSPull, Aim, Squeeze, and Sweep (using a fire extinguisher)
PASSPassage
PASSProfessional Association for SQL Server
PASSPlan for Achieving Self-Support (US Social Security Administration)
PASSPassim (Latin: throughout)
PASSProfessional Airways Systems Specialists (Union)
PASSPersonal Alert Safety System
PASSPalmetto Assessment of State Standards (South Carolina)
PASSPost Abortion Stress Syndrome
PASSPostdoctoral Application Support Service
PASSPower Analysis and Sample Size
PASSProcurement Automated Source System
PASSPrimary Avionics Software System
PASSPilipino Academic Student Services
PASSPublish and Subscribe Services (Army)
PASSPerformance Analysis of Systems and Software (Symposium)
PASSPlanetarium Activities for Student Success
PASSPlanning, Attention, Simultaneous and Successive Processing (theory of intelligence)
PASSPilipino-Americans in Social Studies (University of California, Irvine)
PASSPrincipal Assessment for Student Success
PASSPersonal Alarm Safety System
PASSPersonalized Automotive Security System (passive automotive anti-theft system)
PASSPay/Personnel Administrative Support System
PASSPost-Authorisation Safety Study
PASSPost Arrest Screening Site
PASSPost Administrative Software Suite (Department of State)
PASSPersonal Assist Secretary System (Xbox)
PASSPatch Antenna with Switchable Slot
PASSPOCC Applications Software Support
PASSPilipino American Student Society
PASSProfiler for Academic Success of Students
PASSPassive Aircraft Status System
PASSPrivate Automatic Switching System
PASSPositive Action School Site
PASSPostaccident Sampling System
PASSPeople Against Sunday Shopping
PASSPassive Space Surveillance
PASSPACOM ADP Server Site
PASSPreview, Ask, Summarize, and Synthesize
PASSParent Awareness of Skills Survey
PASSProduction Automated Scheduling System (method used to schedule jobs to run on a computer)
PASSPosition Aware Safety Systems
PASSPull, Aim, Squeeze, Spray
PASSPublication of the American Sociological Society
PASSPolygraph Assisted Scoring System
PASSParameter Analysis Storage Switch
PASSPortable Aeromagnetic Survey System
PASSPerformance Assessment Support Service
PASSPoly-Silicon Assisted Self-Aligned Selective-Epitaxial-Growth (semiconductor structure)
PASSParked Aircraft Sentry System
PASSPhoto Interpretation Analyst Support System
PASSPull, Aim, Squeeze, Shoot
PASSPerformance Analysis for Surveillance Systems
PASSPressurized Air Starter System
PASSPower Against Second-Hand Smoke
PASSProposal Automated Source System (AMSEC)
PASSProtocol Analyzer, Simulation System
PASSPersonnel Administrative Support Service/System
PASSParameter Analysis and Storage System
PASSProgram Assessment Automated System
PASSPeople against Spice Sales (est. 2011)
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1960, 49 REVUE CRITIQUE DE DROIT INTERNATIONAL PRIVE 97 passim (1960);
For further detail see: Watt, Islamic Philosophy and Theology, passim, in particular pp.
224, 235-247 passim (1995) (noting conflicts of laws, as well as varying standards for consumer and commercial contracts, in the electronic licensing of intellectual property).
159-61; OER 2:216-17; Wolgast, 24-54; and the biographies of Heidelberg professors in Drull, passim.
Cambridge, Mass-based Club Passim was a key force in organizing and presenting the Concert for Kosovo event.
87-88 (Chinese religious beliefs), 93 (description of physical appearance and dress of Japanese), passim.
I and passim, emphasis mine)--based upon a Western dichotomy between narrative/figural imagery and the (merely) ornamental (see esp.
The Sienese humanist Agostino Dati, for example, delivered wedding orations in churches and at banquets, as noted in Patetta, 29 & passim.
For Alix's discussion of the "Black Hand" kidnappings of the early twentieth century, see Ransom Kidnapping, 26-43, passim.
See also May, 224-7 and passim as well as Montrose, 1980, 153-82.
Dieter Kurth, Der Sarg der Teuris: Eine Studie zum Totenglauben im romerzeitlichen Agypten (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern, 1990), 10-11, passim, who convincingly argues that the design of some of these coffins on an incline is intentional.
For more on ekphrais during the Renaissance (especially in the poetry of Ronsard), see Lecercle, 20-25; Ford, 1989; Fenoaltea, 28; and Campo, 20-21 and passim.