International Space Station
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How to use ISS in a sentence
Still, ISS correctly points out that Democrats get more votes down South than electoral outcomes suggest.
Otherwise the ISS becomes a 357-foot million-pound surprise for earthlings.
The ISS, launched in 1998, is the most expensive thing ever built—$150 billion and counting.
Currently only Russian rocket engines, fitted with the Russian ISS docking system, can reboost the Space Station.
And this capsule will be able to dock itself, without needing the ISS to grab ahold and guide it in.SpaceX’s Dragon V2 Will Land Exactly Where It Wants To | Zach Rosenberg | May 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
"There ISS no wrong time for seeing friends," Belle replied, in an up-and-down and very musical Welsh accent.Mushroom Town | Oliver Onions
It ISS every man, woman and child on the island will talk of nothing but Sheila!
"Dere ISS doo empty shells und four goot vones," he announced.
Aber der toctor say dot Domlinson ISS a real feller, und dot he lifs in Tenver, und dot he read aboudt him in der Tenver bapers.
Pympy, vone oof dose tays, I make him know vich ISS der saussage.