from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Distinguished Service Order
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- Deep sky object
- Dynamic shared object
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A valuable hybrid between the yak and the common cow.
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The DSO is such an exciting orchestra these days, with lots of new, young faces and good energy surrounding the appointment of Leonard Slatkin as music director.
After 1999 election, the late Minister Tshwete announced that in line with the President speech they about to establish an elite unit called DSO in order to have capacity to investigate and prosecute priority crimes.
Given our current business mix, our short-term DSO goal is now 60 days or better.
I think a longer-term DSO would be in the mid 60's and so we're building in some expectations that there may be a slight increase in DSO again nothing to be alarmed about but there always fluctuations and so I think we'll be in fine shape.
Two days hence, the DSO is putting on a show that’s free to all Gulf Coast evacuees.
He said moving the DSO could be a legal "nightmare" with regard to labour law as some state officials might not want to be transferred against their will.
"The DSO is the only agency dealing with this investigation, and the media reports therefore create the impression that we are responsible for placing information into the public domain and that it is accurate."
The musicians in the DSO are the absolute best of the best in the area and the country.
We have our long term targets there of less than 90 days of DSO, that is what we are working on.
You see that financial liability from the short run increased due to the fact that we issued a schuldschein, a kind of a promissory note and you see that our receivables decreased significantly, but I must admit, this is not the result of an improved DSO, that is more related to our overall business activities.