from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Department of Social Services
- abbr. digital satellite system
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- Department of Social Services
- Department of Social Security
- Decision support system
- Diplomatic Security Service
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DSS is said to now be conducting a follow-up survey that asks employees, among other things, questions about having enough pens, paper clips and working copy machines.
Still, she called DSS and was told the girl's living conditions met its minimum standards - one meal a day, shelter and medical care.
I hope the DSS were about interviewing them as to why they were not actively seeking work and that their giro/benefits were adjusted accordingly!
If someone has a concern - it is always an anonymous report to a government agency (in our state it's called DSS, sometimes it's called CPS) They go out and investigate.
After review of Stan Caterbone's research and proposal's, his vision and his passion, unfortunately without his efforts, has come to be known as Direct Satellite System, or DSS, which is Sony's satellite entertainment system (TV), delivering digital audio and digital video entertainment.
La la, I think you'd be completely reasonable to call DSS regarding the crib situation.
The DSS was the Defense Security Service, whose checks included not only searches of data records but visits to former neighborhoods.
If Keisha didn't show up soon, she'd have to call DSS or the cops.
Child removed from parent by DCF (formerly called DSS) - particularly
Spank your kid in public and someone will call DSS on you.