from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. socioeconomic status
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- State Emergency Service, any of various state-based emergency service organisations, staffed by volunteers and operating within state legislation.
- Senior Executive Service, a high-ranking position classification of the civil service (public service).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of cease.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I thought it was a given that SES is more important than raw ability when it comes to opportunities in life, outliers excepted?
But I can't shake the thought that SES is more geared toward navigating the world of contemporary commodified sexuality than anything else.
A control station in Perth, Australia, has already received initial signals from the satellite, also known under the name SES-1.
Thke difficulty with Mr. Antle IIIs’ argument is that many of the burrowers are in SES supervisory positions and thus have influence over people they supervise.
Commentaries on science and education and how these topics relate to soci-economic status also referred to as SES and other class issues among African-American communities.
Mr Hanchard said volunteers were on standby and people living in flood-prone areas should call the SES on 132 500 to organise sandbags.
The SES is a volunteer organisation that assists other emergency services when needed, and is in demand.
SEM conference that our industry calls SES New York.
Sustainable Energy, known as SES, already owns three landfill gas projects in Georgia and Alabama.
The hardest hit suburbs were around Nunawading, where 270 people have called the SES for help to clear storm damage, SES state duty officer Tim Wiebusch said.