init. 1 (context metallurgy English) bright mild steel. (gloss: Mild steel that has been cold finished and polished.) 2 (context HVAC English) building management system
n. (plural of BM English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: BM)
BMS may refer to:
Usage examples of "bms".
Cailetet and other BMs have indicated through back-channels that they will not support your proposal.
There were more embargoes against bigger BMs, and some folded into each other, facing pernicious exhaustion of funds—bankruptcy.
They were platinum names indeed: the top four BMs, except for Sandoval, and fifteen others, spaced around the Moon, including Nernst and Cailetet.
Three representatives had already taken their seats - interestingly enough, they were from Cailetet, Onnes and Nernst BMs.
As you know, I have been meeting with the syndics of the twenty largest Mars-based BMs for the past few months to put together a proposal for Martian unification, working behind and around the Council.
So more and more I distracted myself by taking consulting jobs away from Olympus Station, meeting with syndics and managers from other BMs, trading vague probes of intent with regard to the future shape of Martian economics and politics.
They were professors of theoretical physics from the University of Icaria, an independent research school funded by six BMs.