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beta, the second letter of the Greek alphabet, often used to indicate the second member of a series, such as the β chain of hemoglobin. See also terms beginning beta.

ss

Abbreviation for single-stranded, steady state.

SS

somatostatin.

ss

abbreviation for steady state.

SS

Abbreviation for:
safe sex
safer sex
salbutamol sulphate
saline solution
Salmonella-Shigella (agar)
same sex
saturation solution
sedation score
seizure sensitive
seizure stage
selective shunt
self-selected
self-service
self-stimulation
sepsis syndrome
septic shock
serum sickness
severity score
Sézary syndrome
shear stress
short stature
sicca syndrome
side-to-side
sidestream smoke
silk suture
single stranded
sliding scale
signs and symptoms
Sjögren syndrome
skull series
social science
Social Security (US)
social services
social support
sodium salicylate
sodium succinate
somatostatin
somnolence syndrome
Spanish-speaking
spermatocytic seminoma
spinal stenosis
splice site
spreadsheet  
standard sternotomy
static stretch
statistically significant
sterile saline
sterile solution
steroid-sensitive
stromal sarcoma
subscapular
subserosal
subtraction scintigraphy
supersaturation
support and stimulation
supraspinatus
Sweet syndrome
synovial sarcoma
systemic sclerosis
systolic shortening

SS

Social Services

SS

Abbreviation for Sjögren syndrome.

ss

Abbreviation for steady state.
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The divergences between masculine and feminine gender formation and the centrality of the mother's role in shaping these gender identities are evident in the portrayals of the Wright family in Sula and of the Dead family in Song of Solomon.
In Song of Solomon Morrison puts Milkman through the same sort of historical reconstruction that Quentin attempts, but she gives him far more to work with and allows him to make a more informed decision than the one that Shreve abruptly forces upon Quentin.
And it is precisely because Sceve was influenced more by the Bible than by Petrarch when writing D10, because he was under the charm of the "suave odeur" exhaled by the bewitching brown creature in the Song of Solomon, that, in the following dizain, D11, the Ovidian myths that he revives take on a decidedly Marian aspect.
The farm was lost through legal entanglements, as Morrison explains: "It was like the old man in The Song of Solomon.
Inspired by Song of Solomon (known for its poetic language about love and lovers), THE SONG features 11 original songs with an American Roots flavor.
Speaking at Cheltenham Literature Festival last night, the 77-year-old author of novels such as Beloved, Song of Solomon and Paradise, said a win for Republican candidate John McCain would be a "horror".
This assessment, however, is reinforced by the novel's treatment of black music in a particular way: music and song in Song of Solomon are situated as akin to the "talking cure.
So does Morrison's Song of Solomon or Love, along with newer novels like Kalisha Buckhanon's Upstate and Helen Oyeyemi's The Icarus Girl.
Kimiyo Rickett, head of culture & leisure services gets the final word, with the recommendation Song Of Solomon by Toni Morrison.
The plant name comes from krokos , the Greek for saffron, derived from the Hebrew karkom, which is referred to in the Song of Solomon.
18 Superstitiously speaking, what metal object is put in the Bible at the Song of Solomon in rituals to check a lover's suitability?
In the Gospel of John there is a garden, and with it, more new-life suggestions of fruitfulness and growth, echoes of Paradise and perhaps even the garden of the beloved in the Song of Solomon.