American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. south-southeast
- n. Abbreviation of south-southeast.
- n. the compass point midway between south and southeast
“It seems as if SSE is perhaps a step in this direction as Microsoft has seemed to indirectly imply that SOAP or XMLHttpRequest data will be used to control what data will pass over SSE which seems kind of a neat idea.”
“At its core, SSE is about replicating data from one place to another.”
“And so this is work we call SSE, sensitive site exploitation.”
“The student government, which operates independently of the university, had just scrapped a venture capital fund it created in 2008 called SSE Ventures that invested directly in student-led start-ups.”
“It should be continually remembered that the SSE is a physical concept.”
“Alrighty, who is coming to the 2006 meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), and the American Society of Naturalists (ASN), aka SSE 2006, aka Evolution 2006 at SUNY Stony Brook?”
“The SSE is a mutualized national stock exchange under the China Securities Regulatory Commission (the CSRC), that provides a venue for securities trading.”
“SSE, which is involved in developing the 1.3 billion pounds 504 megawatt Greater Gabbard farm in the North Sea off the coast of East Anglia, said Britain will need about four schemes the size of Gabbard per year if it is to achieve the 2020 target.”
“We're long past the point where we need to cast off GDP-growth targets and segue to a sustainable model, such as SSE (steady state economics) with increasing * quality* of goods, but not increasing * quanity*.”
“The only "SSE" I see in this program is unbelievably bad compiler-generated assembly ...”
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