from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of Latin secundum artem, according to the rules of art: used in medical prescriptions.
- An abbreviation of Latin sine anno (without year), without date.
- n. An abbreviation: Of the Latin senatus consulto, by decree of the senate (of Rome).
- n. In printing, of small capitals.
- An abbreviation of southeast or southeastern.
- n. An abbreviation of Society of Jesus.
- An abbreviation of south latitude.
- n. An abbreviation of short meter.
- n. In exchange transactions, an abbreviation of seller's option. See seller.
- An abbreviation of sine prole, without issue.
- n. An abbreviation:
- n. of Sunday-school;
- n. of steamship, also of screw steamship.
- n. An abbreviation of sub voce, under the word: used in referring to articles in glossaries and dictionaries.
- An abbreviation of South Africa
- of South America
- of South Australia.
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin Scientiæ Baccalaureus, Bachelor of Science;
- n. of South Britain;
- n. of Spartan Brotherhood
- n. of Steamboat.
- n. An abbreviation of South Carolina
- n. of Staff Corps
- n. of Supreme Court.
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin Scientiæ Doctor, Doctor of Science
- n. of the Latin salutem dicet. (he or she) sends greeting
- n. of Senior Deacon;
- n. of the Latin sine die, without day.
- n. An abbreviation of Southeastern (Postal District, London)
- n. of Sanitary Engineer.
- n. An abbreviation of solicitor-general
- n. of specific gravity
- n. of the Latin phrase salutis gratiâ, ‘for the sake of safety’: placed on the upper left-hand margin of Lloyd's marine insurance policies, and equivalent to ‘insured.’
- n. An abbreviation of Sandwich Islands
- n. of Staten Island.
- n. An abbreviation of sergeant at law
- n. of solicitor at law.
- n. An abbreviation of the French Sa Majesté, His (or Her) Majesty
- n. of Senior Magistrate
- n. of sergeant-major
- n. of sewing-machine
- n. of Sons of Malta
- n. of State Militia
- n. of the Latin Scientiæ Magister, Master of Science.
- n. An abbreviation of the Italian senza tempo, without marked time
- n. of short ton.
- An abbreviation off the Latin sub verbo, under the word;
- of the Latin spiritus vini or vinosus, spirit of wine;
- [caps.] of the Latin Sancta Virgo, Holy Virgin;
- [caps.] of the Latin Sanctitas Vestra, your Holiness;
- [caps.] of Sons of Veterans.
- n. An abbreviation of senior warden; of southwest or southwestern, speeifically of Southwestern Postal District, London.
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They also charged a smaller fee for a delivery than did the bidan s.
Dict. of Greek and Roman Geogr., s. v.; TOMASCHEK in
Biog., s. v.; RUSSELL in Irish Monthly, XXI, 80; CASARTELLI in Dublin Review
Pepe heard my laughing cackle and continued his comedy routine by mimicking it…an explosion of rapid and high-pitchedhee, hee, hee s.
Palestine à l'époque de J. - C. (Paris, 1878); IDEM, La Palestine au temps de Jésus Christ (Paris, s. d.); WOGUE, Histoire de la Bible
SMITH, Dict. of Greek and Roman geogr., s. v.; GEDEON, Prœconnesus, in Greek (Constantinople, 1895).
Marcianus (Dig. 49, tit. 8, s. 8) says that the punishment was deportalio in insulam et bonorum ademtio, that is, banishment to an island and deprivation of personal property.
VIGOUROUX, Dict. de la Bible, s. v.; VON HUMMELAUER, Comment. in
Suarez (De poenit., disp. xlvii, s. 2, n. 9) goes farther and asserts "that the souls in purgatory are holy, are dear to God, love us with a true love and are mindful of our wants; that they know in a general way our necessities and our dangers, and how great is our need of Divine help and divine grace".
Trappe ";" Le traité de la sainteté et des devoirs de la vie monastique ";" La règle de s.