from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. senior grade
- abbr. solicitor general
- abbr. specific heat
- abbr. Surgeon General
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Singapore,.
- n. Southeast Sulawesi, a province of Indonesia.
- Stanley Gibbons, stamp dealer and catalogue publisher.
- Shooting guard
Sorry, no etymologies found.
ISPI could obtain SG parts through other companies, even without direct access.
SG is certainly correct in saying this is a strange hiccup to have, especially if the person in question is "on board" with the Church's theological and moral teachings.
That will kill you rifle shooting, as all you do with SG is point.
And yet somehow she made the right choice — the SG is not obligated to defend Federal laws that have never been invoked.
Since neither Congress nor the Judiciary (as institutions) can file briefs in support of the law, the SG is supposed to represent their interests.
Yet here, the SG is urging that all those rules be tossed overboard.
Interesting that they both started in SG-1 and then crossed over.
Two of the deals were called "SG Optimizer" and "Optimizer II," according to internal sovereign-wealth fund documents reviewed by the Journal.
There have been plenty of moments in SG-1 that made me laugh out loud or at least made me smile hugely, but I never dreamed I could laugh so hard for so long!
If I had seen this one first, I might have been more interested in SG-1 from the start.