from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Saskatchewan
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Slovakia.
- n. Saskatchewan, a province of Canada.
- abbr. Saskatchewan, a province of Canada
- abbr. "shake"
- abbr. TDD lingo for stop keying, indicating a desire to end the conversation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. For Middle English and early modern English words so beginning, not entered below, see sc.
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Never remember those growing up in SK and certainly not in Ont. 2yo thought they were cool at first and then got freaked.
"We expect our video messaging service to be the killer application that will make wireless video a popular and useful service for consumers of all ages," said Jae Uk Lim, a manager in SK Telecom's wireless Internet division, in a media statement.
There's really no difference between a farmer's job at 49.1 degrees latitude in SK, and a farmer at 48.9 degrees latitude in Montana, but an arbitrary political line can mean one has a great year moneywise while they other fails.
When my Big Girl was in SK, one of the boys in her class was very ill with cancer.
Our forces in SK total roughly 30,800 (USA and USAF mainly), and our forces in US Forces Japan number about 47,000 (USA, USMC, USN and USAF; comprised mostly of USMC and USN).
I thought it was a problem with the USIM card, a part made by SK Telecom, so I called SK's call center.
There are 72 First Nations communities in SK, and 600 in Canada -- it's a big job to get links to all those communities.
Bradley has now become known as the SK widow rip off.
Pet Sematary came calling SK wouldn't take their calls.
KIRO-TV reports Mark Seamands branded his 13 - and 15-year-old sons and 18-year-old daughter with the letters "SK" - for "Seamands 'Kids."