Crossword clues for mos
- May and June: Abbr.
- Actor/rapper ___ Def
- Criminal patterns, briefly
- Hip-hop's ___ Def
- Detectives look for them, briefly
- Ways, for short
- 1/, 2/, 3/, etc.
- Parts of yrs.
- Dec. and Jan.
- Time pds.
- Oct. and Dec.
- Jan., Feb., etc.
- Apr. and Aug.
- Oct., Nov., etc.
- Crooks' patterns, for short
- Jan. and Aug.
- Apr. and Dec.
- Yr.'s dozen
- Nov. and Dec.
- Units in the yr.
- P.O. transactions
- Apr. and Nov.
- Yr. parts
- Police findings, for short
- Cal. pages
- Detectives' discoveries: Abbr.
- Wks. and wks.
- Calendar divs.
- Crooks' patterns, to cops
- Criminal patterns, for short
- Calendar pages: Abbr.
- Crooks' methods, to cops
- Calendar pgs.
- Loan periods: Abbr.
- Jan. and Feb.
- Three in a season: Abbr.
- Criminals' ways, briefly
- 56-Across and others
- Mag. subscription units
- Rapper ___ Def
- Rap sheet entries, for short
- Perps' preferences
- ___ Eisley, "Star Wars" cantina town
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Mores \Mo"res\ (m[=o]"r[=e]z), n. pl.; sing. Mos (m[=o]s). Customs; habits; esp., moral customs conformity to which is more or less obligatory; customary law. [singular is rarely used]
Mos \Mos\, n., sing. of Mores. [Rare]
n. (cx rare English) (singular of mores English) (moral norms or customs)
Mos may refer to:
- mos, the singular form of mōrēs
- Mos, Spain, a municipality in Galicia, Spain in the province of Pontevedra
- Mos, a traditional dish of the Nivkh people
- Mos language, an aboriginal Mon–Khmer language of Malaya and Thailand
- Mos Def, American hip hop artist and actor
As an acronym, MoS, or MOS may refer to:
MOS signifies 'Mobile Operating System' . It was a Soviet clone of Unix in the 1980s. This operating system was commonly found on SM EVM minicomputers; it was also ported to ES EVM and Elbrus. MOS was also used in high-end PDP-11 clones.
There have been several modifications of MOS named MNOS, DEMOS, INMOS etc.
Mós may refer to the following places in Portugal:
- Mós (Bragança), a civil parish in the municipality of Bragança
- Mós (Torre de Moncorvo), a civil parish in the municipality of Torre de Moncorvo
- Mós (Vila Nova de Foz Côa), a civil parish in the municipality of Vila Nova de Foz Côa
- Mós (Vila Verde), a civil parish in the municipality of Vila Verde
Mós is a civil parish in the municipality of Bragança, Portugal. The population in 2011 was 178, in an area of 11.62 km².
MOS is a standard filmmaking jargon abbreviation, used in production reports to indicate an associated film segment has no synchronous audio track. It stands for "motor only sync" or "motor only shot". Additionally, the term has been understood to stand for "mit out sound".
Omitting sound recording from a particular shot can save time and relieve the film crew of certain requirements, such as remaining silent during a take, and thus MOS takes are common on film shoots, most obviously when the subjects of the take are not speaking or otherwise generating useful sound.
MOS (Magnetic Organization System) is an American brand of organizational tools that use magnetism to manage cables and other magnetic items. The brand was formed through crowdfunding on Kickstarter in August 2012. MOS has launched every subsequent product through the Kickstarter platform since. In January 2014 MOS released Spring, a line of phone and audio cables, as well as a miniaturized version of the original Magnetic Organization System called MOS Menos. Later in June 2014 MOS started another Kickstarter campaign for the Reach project which made its goal of $50,000 in the first day of the Kickstarter campaign. The Reach campaign was funded at 284 percent of the initial goal on July 26, 2014. MOS is a brand of Sewell Development Corp.
Usage examples of "mos".
We flew into Mos Eisley during first twilight, with one of the suns dipping behind a dull, murky horizon.
The byword in Mos Eisley, which looks like a cluster of populated sand dunes, is camouflage.
At the table just below us, something changed hands with infinitesimal, micronper-minute movements: a normal Mos Eisley business deal.
The three were sitting in the smoky shadows of the Mos Eisley Cantina, sipping green Pica Thundercloud and watching the bounty hunters drift in from around the galaxy: Weequays, Aqualish, Arcona, Defels, Kauronians, Fneebs, Quill-heads, Bomodons, Alpheridians - and the inevitable Ganks.
Jabba Jabba the Hutt, gangster preeminent, was receiving petitioners at his Mos Eisley town house, a short walk from the cantina.
A violent windstorm brewed in the surrounding desert, whipping clouds of grit over Mos Eisley, The narrow streets of the spaceport were dust-choked and dim.
Warhog Goa sipped a Starshine Surprise and glanced around the Mos Eisley Cantina.
Shada said, pointing toward a dilapidated building across the sandy Mos Eisley street and double-checking her datapad.
If the Imperials want to lock up half of Mos Eisley, the least they could do is provide their own holding tanks.
Imperial droid search came down all over Mos Eisley a couple of days ago.
Here, in the older part of Mos Eisley spaceport, the darkness was nearly absolute, only lightened by the tiny gray halfmoon scuttling overhead.
Muftak knew a great deal about the comings and goings in Mos Eisley, but generally, he only divulged what he knew for a price.
Denizens of Mos Eisley knew that if you wanted information about alMost any activity or person on Tatooine, you went to see Muftak.
The Hutt was currently occupying his desert palace, but his residence in Mos Eisley was still fully guarded.
Kabe had a brief vision of herself, stuck in Mos Eisley, with no one to make Wuher serve her juri juice .