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   abbr   (   month)      m.  

a       n abbr   (   medical officer)     
b       abbr  
1      (US)   (   Missouri)     
2      (esp US)  
*   (   modus operandi)      manera de actuar   manera de actuar  
mo'   *      n abbr   (   moment)     
Mo.      abbr   (   Missouri)     
slow-mo   *   , slomo  
*      adj, n       slow-motion  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

MO, Mo., most, moss

MOS n.
1) MOS, 2) memoria alimentada en forma permanente

Additional comments:

La SoriE:

ra de actuar manera de actuar mo' * n abbr ( moment) ...

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"MOS": examples and translations in context
Confirms the MOs are the same. Confirma que el Modus Operandi es el mismo.
By analyzing times, locations and MOs, we've created a three-dimensional geographic profile for our mystery woman. Analizando horarios, localizaciones y modus operandi, hemos creado un perfil geográfico tridimensional para nuestra mujer misteriosa.
I don't know, upgrade your MOS... No se, actualizar tu MOS...
I don't know, upgrade your MOS... No lo sé, mejora tu MOS.
The building of Casa de la India was inaugurated by Shri Anand Sharma, MOS on 11 November 2006. El edificio de la Casa de la India fue inaugurado por el Sr. Anand Sharma, MOS, el 11 de noviembre de 2006.
You'll be flying a Vulcan at 45,000 feet, armed with two atomic bombs, MOS type. Volaremos en un Vulcan a 14.000 metros, equipado con dos bombas atómicas, tipo MOS.
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