from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. section
- abbr. shilling
- abbr. singular
- abbr. sire
- abbr. solo
- abbr. son
- abbr. substantive
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- abbr. The symbol for a shilling or shillings.
- abbr. south
- abbr. single
- abbr. subject
- abbr. season
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I'm wondering what would happen if I uttered the word s..
The debt financing is the first move Arcion has made since a planned reverse merger with San Francisco-based fell through last month because the companies could not agree on term s.
Rep. Cantor, like all Republicans, succeeds only by instilling fear in Americans.
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Senator Kennedy was a long time fighter for the issue but it is the evil of insurance companies that have cemented the idea in Americans.
 As I have found above, this context has changed with the introduction of the penalty in s. 54 (1) (c).
They only use this word because it bring up fears in Americans.
Posted December 21, 2009 at 12: 41 am | Permalink you people who promote this kind of volgarity are the reason why the u.s. is going down hill.
Buckeye, I'll be in s.w. ohio in early November, hunting public land unless i can nail down some private access.
In order to do so, Parliament would have to invoke the Constitution Act, 1982 s. 41 (a), which requires the unanimous consent of the provinces (note that the general amendment procedure in s. 38, which requires just two-thirds of the provinces representing half the population of Canada, would not apply in this situation).