Definitions for "Sir"
A title prefixed to the Christian name of a knight or a baronet.
A respectful title, used in addressing a man, without being prefixed to his name; -- used especially in speaking to elders or superiors; sometimes, also, used in the way of emphatic formality.
a title used before the name of knight or baronet
Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (airbag) introduced in 1990.
Supplementary Inflatable Restraint to protect occupants during a side impact by giving additional protection in the chest area and upper body.
Supplemental Infiatable Restraint (airbag).
Keywords:  irda, infrared, serial, laptops, duplex
Serial IrDA. An IrDA standard for short range, point-to-point, and half duplex infrared asynchronous serial transmission using infrared that provides maximum data rate of 115.2 kbps. Also see IrDA and infrared.
The Serial Infrared (SIR) physical layer specification is a standard created by IrDA for serial infrared connections.
(Serial InfraRed). A wireless communication system for PCs and peripherals, especially laptops. Only works when the devices are in line-of-sight of each other.
An English rendering of the LAtin Dominus, the academical title of a bachelor of arts; -- formerly colloquially, and sometimes contemptuously, applied to the clergy.
see under dominus.
Security Incident Report
Standardized Incidence Ratio. The ratio of the observed to the expected new cases of cancer; the expected number is based on the age-specific rates for all of Canada.
System Incident Report (for CHCS, CoPath, DBSS), official process for requesting modification or repair of software performance for emergency situations (viz., threat or endangerment to life, limb, or bodily function exists because of an information system deficiency); see also System Change Request (SCR)
Statutory Invention Registration. Registration of an invention with the USPTO to place an invention in the public domain. The disclosure of an application for a Statutory Invention Registration is equivalent to the specification and drawings of a patent application.
Statutory Invention Registration. If a patent application gains Statutory Invention Registration it will be placed in the public domain (meaning any and all members of the public will have access to it). It will be published in the Official Gazette and become a prior art reference. The SIR only serves as a printed notice of the disclosed invention. No one can ever gain a patent on that particular invention; however, the owner of an SIR will not be able to exclude others from using, selling or making his or her invention.
Soluzioni Industriali Robotizzate
Societa Italiana di Reumatologia
One of those confusing terms that can have a completely different meaning at the Poker Table than elsewhere. If someone says "nice hand, sir," after you win a big Pot, what they're really saying is "congratulations on winning money through your own stupidity, you clueless moron."
Keywords:  nduction, awhile, honda, japan, america
Honda abbreviation for port nduction acing. SiR models are the top of line in Japan. Once in awhile, a select number of SiR's make it to N. America.
Keywords:  sior, href, serif, society, independent
Serif a href http www sirs quality org Society of Independent Representatives
Speaker Independent Recognition
Also known as SIOR; Stands for the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors.
Keywords:  zim, gir, invader, see
See also:GIR (Invader Zim)
Keywords:  isoprene, styrene, rubber
Styrene-isoprene rubber
Keywords:  dtmf, textual, meaningful, rotary, vast
Technologies for the automated conversion of speech to accurate and meaningful textual information, typically ASCII. It typically accepts input from callers to voice processors where callers are using rotary dial instead of DTMF phones. SIR products have deliberately limited vocabularies, but are increasing due to the vast installed base of non-DTMF phones.
A man of social authority and dignity; a lord; a master; a gentleman; -- in this sense usually spelled sire.
Keywords:  aboard, shuttle, nasa, aperture, radar
Shuttle Imaging Radar. Synthetic aperture radar experiments carried out aboard the NASA Space Shuttle.
Sustained instantaneous reserve. SR that increases output within roughly 20 - 60 seconds of a contingent event involving a frequency drop.
See supplier-initiated replication.
Keywords:  retention, self, insured, see
See Self-Insured Retention.
Keywords:  statistical, package
A widely used statistical package.
Keywords:  interference, ratio, signal
Signal to Interference Ratio
Surface Insulation Resistance
Screening Information Request Contracting FAST
Keywords:  address, man, term
term of address for a man
Keywords:  see