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mos def

slang Most definitely. A: "You coming to the party later?" B: "Mos def, I'll see you there!"
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mos def

mod. most definitely. Am I mad. Mos def!
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Mean value of body weight gain was significantly (P<0.01) influenced by different levels of MOS (Table II).
Analysis of the data showed that mean FCR was significantly (P<0.01) affected by MOS (Table III).
Going back to 1961, MOS 741C, Data Processing Technician, ADPS, was created from combining MOS 2403, ADPS operations technician, (created 6 Nov 58) and MOS 2404, ADPS Programmer, (created 6 Nov 58).
MOS 741A, data processing technician, continued to exist for over 10 years until it was converted to MOS 251A, Data Processing Technician, in October 1987.
A proposal for MOS (35G) 96D to assume all duties, functions, positions and personnel from MOS (35H) 96H is included in the fiscal year (FY) 2007 Military Occupational Classification and Structure (MOCS) submission (for implementation in FY 2011).
The previous CG, USAIC and FH, also approved a 10 week reclassification course for 96Hs to become 96Ds as a result of an earlier decision approving the recommendation to recode and reclassify 96H Soldiers and positions to MOS 96D and subsequently delete 96H.
Table III shos the effect of dietary supplementation of MOS on the relative weights of visceral organs and length of intestine.
Table IV shows that dietary supplementation of MOS did not affect the calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper and iron concentrations of blood serum.
W1 accession MOS 255N (Network Management Technician) will serve as the Army's premier network transport technicians for voice, video, and data networks establishing and maintaining the transport layer environment of Army's portion of the cyberspace domain through Network Management/Enterprise Systems Management (NM/ESM) functions to include fault management, configuration management, auditing and accountability measures, maintaining performance standards, and implementing security measures at all levels in support of combat information superiority and command and control.
MOS 255S (Information Protection Technician) will serve as the Army's premier defenders of the Army's portion of the cyberspace domain; they will perform Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense (IA/CND) measures to include the protection, detection, and reaction functions at all levels in support of combat information superiority; they will supervise and manage information assurance efforts, associated sub-elements (e.g., computer network defense), non-lethal electronic protection efforts, and associated personnel within the standards, transport, services, and applications layers of the network in order to achieve confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information, as well as the authentication and non-repudiation of users.
Although not automatic, the 4 years of MOS experience prerequisite can be waived to two years of experience if one year is in a combat zone.
A proposal for MOS 35G (96D) to assume all duties, functions, positions, and personnel from MOS 35H (96H) is included in the FY 2007 Military Occupational Classification and Structure (MOCS) submission (implementation in FY 2011).
Effective 1 October 2006, MOS 97B will no longer be an entry-level MOS and all current 97B10 positions will be recoded to 97E10.
Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) concerning MOS 97E.
The package, tray mat, leaflet and Poteko side menu, exclusively developed for AIR MOS Teriyaki Burger, are designed with a JAL aircraft illustration and the AIR MOS logo to enhance the visual appeal.