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sis

(sɪs)
n. sister. (Also a term of address and a common pet name for one’s sister.) Come on, sis. We’re going to be late.
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provide all necessary assistance to SIS to ensure compliance with its undertakings, provide ASIC with a statutory declaration in respect to repayment of the client money by SIS and him.
Do SIS intend to enable ante-post suppliers other than Super Soccer and Boylesports to provide a service via the SISPromote system?
The city of Tallinn has nevertheless been suggested to take over from Strasbourg, where the current SIS central structure is based.
They [TPG] fully intend to leave SIS intact and take advantage of some of the resources SIS has built in marketing and production," says Tom Smith, a board member of Sheshunoff Information Services and president of Sheshunoff Management Services, Inc.
Since its origins in 1965 monitoring and apprehending robbers, the SIS has taken part in a string of bloody incidents, including a 1997 shootout with armed robbers in Northridge that left a bystander dead.
Four key ideas continually surface when it comes to making the most of the SIS technology: leadership, communication, training and more training.
AVL is confident that its collaboration with SiS will enable users looking for validated modules to feel confident that the memory they purchase is reliable and compatible with SiS solutions.
Based on all the facts of record, the Board concludes that the financial and managerial resources and future prospects of Peoples, SIS, and their respective subsidiary banks are consistent with approval, as are other supervisory factors the Board must consider under section 3 of the BHC Act.
Within weeks, the SIS became fully developed ligament and tendon tissue, they found.
By accurately tracking and recording all procedures and events as they happen, SIS Anesthesia clients have realized measurable benefits such as increased anesthesia billing by 5% and reduced billing time by 75%.
SIS "was launched in 1995 and its architecture is now considered out of date and insufficient," summed up, in March, the President of the European Police Confederation (EuroCop), Heinz Kiefer.
Established in 1972, SIS was acquired by Thomson from the Sheshunoffs in 1988.
Even Pretty Woman Julia Roberts has a tough time livin' up to the movie star standards of older sis Catherine Zeta-Jones in America's Sweethearts.
But, according to an LAPD report last year, the SIS unit has killed 15 suspects and injured 14 during the past 15 years.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- SIS LIVE, a world leader in the television broadcasting industry, is making a number of announcements at IBC2008.