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|Sports||Sports is an exercise that is done daily and also makes the body strong|
|OMIS||In the software industry, many ISV used many other definitions to describe the ERP Software which means only performing the Planning part than the actual operations. OMIS term could be used to describe the 75% software features included in an ERP for the back-end data processing covering the entire operations of all Departments in an enterprise.|
|UN Women||United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women|
|CHABUCHA||Puerto rican slang for Dinner, food,|
|TREST||Laterally "Punishment" in Slovak|
|PMS||The Pantone Color System, or PMS, is a standardized color matching system, which is widely used around the world. It was devised to help printers and designers to specify and control colors for printing projects. The Pantone Color System allows you to specify colors that cannot be mixed in traditional CMYK.|
|GARTS||An advanced cryptocurrency exchange that works for the benefit of its users. In order to make your trading even more convenient and safe, the platform has all the necessary features and tools.|
|OU||U circled by O signifies that the item is considered to be Kosher, or suitable to be used along with other Kosher foods.|
|WCLR||are the call letters of a former radio station in Illinois started by George L. DeBeer as president in October 1965. It stands for Crystal Lake Radio. Reference: The Daily Sentinel (Woodstock IL) 11 October 1965.|
|FAITHFULNESS||the fact or quality of being true to one’s word or commitments, as to what one has pledged to do, professes to believe, etc.: In the Bible, the psalmist David reports God's faithfulness in keeping promises. the fact or quality of being dedicated and steadfast in performing one’s duty, working for a cause, etc.:|
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