TOS

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TOS may refer to:

General[edit]

  • Terms of service, rules by which one must agree to abide by in order to use a service; unless in violation of consumer protection laws, such terms are usually legally binding

Chemistry[edit]

Video games[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Medicine[edit]

  • Thoracic outlet syndrome, a syndrome involving compression of the superior thoracic outlet, leading to the compression of the neurovascular bundle passing between the anterior scalene and middle scalene
  • Toxic oil syndrome, a disease outbreak in Spain in 1981 which killed over 600 people

Organizations[edit]

  • The Oceanography Society, a non-profit society founded in 1988, based in Rockville, Maryland, U.S. and incorporated in the District of Columbia
  • Theosophical Order of Service, an international organization founded in 1908 by Annie Besant, the second International President of the Theosophical Society
  • Temple of Set, an initiatory occult society claiming to be the world's leading left-hand path religious organization; it professes Setian philosophy and magical practice
  • Tennessee Ornithological Society
  • Trucial Oman Scouts, a paramilitary force that the British raised in 1951 as the Trucial Oman Levies, to serve in the Trucial States

Other uses[edit]

  • TOS-1, a Soviet thermobaric weapon system nicknamed 'Buratino'
  • Tam o' Shanter (cap), a Scottish bonnet, worn in place of a beret by certain military units
  • Atari TOS, an operating system of the Atari ST range of computers
  • TOS/360, Tape Operating System/360
  • Tornado outbreak sequence, an extended period of high tornadic activity in which nearly every day there is significant tornado activity (multiple unbroken outbreaks)
  • Tromsø Airport, in the northern city of Tromsø, Norway
  • Television Oita, a television station in Oita, Oita Prefecture, Japan
  • Type of service, a field in the header of IPv4 packets
  • Terminal Operating System, a system controls the movement and storage of various types of Cargo in and around a container terminal or port

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