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Essence of MS Explorer

MS

MS,
  1. Mississippi (approved esp. for use with zip code).
  2. motorship.
  3. multiple sclerosis.

ms,
  • millisecond;
    milliseconds.

  • Ms. (miz),USA pronunciation pl.  Mses. 
      (mizəz).USA pronunciation 
    1. a title of respect prefixed to a woman's name or position: unlike Miss or Mrs., it does not depend upon or indicate her marital status.
    2. a title prefixed to a mock surname that is used to represent possession of a particular attribute, identity, etc., esp. in an idealized or excessive way: Ms. Cooperation.
      Ms. came into use in the 1950s as a title before a woman's surname when her marital status was unknown or irrelevant. In the early 1970s, the use of Ms. was adopted and encouraged by the women's movement, the reasoning being that since a man's marital status is not revealed by the title Mr., there is no reason that a woman's status should be revealed by her title. Since then Ms. has gained increasing currency, especially in business and professional use. Some women prefer the traditional Miss (still fully standard for a woman whose marital status is unknown and for an unmarried woman) or, when appropriate, Mrs.Newspaper editors sometimes reject Ms. except in quoted matter. Others use whichever of the three titles a woman prefers if her preference is known. Increasingly, newspapers avoid the use of all three titles by referring to women by their full names in first references (Sarah Brady;
      Margaret Bourke-White
      ) and by surname only, as with men, in subsequent references: Brady, Bourke-White.Since all three titles--Ms., Miss, and Mrs.--remain in use, the preference of the woman being named or addressed or the practice of the organization or publication in which the name is to appear is often followed.
      Ms. is pronounced (miz), a pronunciation that is identical with one standard South Midland and Southern U.S. pronunciation of Mrs.

    MS., pl.  MSS. 
  • manuscript.

  • ms., pl.  mss. 
  • manuscript.

  • M/S,
    1. [Com.]months after sight.
    2. motorship.

    m/s,
  • meter per second;
    meters per second.

  • M.S.,
    1. mail steamer.
    2. Master of Science.
    3. Master in Surgery.
    4. motorship.

    m.s.,
    1. modification of the stem of.
    2. [Com.]months after sight.

    Explorer

    ex•plor•er (ik splôrər, -splōr-),USA pronunciation n. 
    1. a person or thing that explores.
    2. a person who investigates unknown regions: the great explorers of the Renaissance.
    3. any instrument used in exploring or sounding a wound, a cavity in a tooth, or the like.
    4. (cap.) Also called  Explorer Scout′. a person between the ages 14 and 20 who is an active participant in the exploring program sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America.
    5. (cap.) one of a long series of U.S. scientific satellites: Explorer 1(1958) was the first U.S. artificial satellite.
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