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(latin) Magister Scientiae (Master of Science)
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Manuscript.
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Magnetic south.
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Multiple sclerosis.
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Ms. is defined as a title for a woman that does not specify whether or not she is married or widowed.

An example of Ms. is how someone would address a wedding invitation to a single woman.

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Mississippi.
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Multiple sclerosis.
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Used as a courtesy title before the surname or full name of a woman or girl.

Ms. Doe; Ms. Jane Doe.

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Used in informal titles for a woman to indicate the epitomizing of an attribute or activity.

Ms. Fashionable; Ms. Volleyball.

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Manuscript.
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Millisecond.
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Manuscript.
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Master of Science.
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Master of Surgery.
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Mississippi.
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Motor ship.
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Multiple sclerosis.
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Sacred to the memory of.
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A title free of reference to marital status.
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(latin) Magister Scientiae (Master of Science)
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Mississippi.
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(1) (MilliSecond) See space/time.
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A wireless portable terminal device used in a radio network designed to establish and maintain connections between mobile terminals or between mobile terminals and one or more fixed base stations (BSs) while in motion. Such networks include cellular radio and specialized mobile radio (SMR). See also BS, cellular radio, and SMR.
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Abbreviation of manuscript.
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A title used before an adult female's name or surname instead of Miss or Mrs.

Ms. Jane Doe.

Ms. Doe.

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The ccTLD for Montserrat as assigned by the IANA.
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Origin of ms

  • Blend of Miss Mrs.

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Pre-19th century contraction of "Mistress" (http://www.buffalonews.com/opinion/columns/missmanners/index.html); widely adopted by feminists from the 1970s onwards as a non-sexist title that does not reveal or assume the marital status of the woman to which it is applied, by analogy with Mr, which functions in this way.

    From Wiktionary

  • . + ISO 3166-1 country code for Montserrat, ms.

    From Wiktionary