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s.c.

Abbreviation for subcutaneous; subcutaneously.

s.c.

in medical records, an abbreviation for subcutaneous.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness, South Carolina
The study was commissioned by the council, which is part of the South Carolina Department of Commerce, in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
A young lieutenant who in April 1861 had just accepted a flag on behalf of his company from the ladies of Bagwell's Old Field in the Spartanburg District of South Carolina put his finger on the reason when he told the assembled crowd: "The spirit of patriotism .
A number of South Carolina political and religious leaders interviewed by The State newspaper in Columbia were not impressed by the proposal.
While South Carolina is expecting a dozen captives after only one year, many states that have had the enabling legislation on the books for years have attracted few captives.
Johnson and Morrison each serve as South Carolina volunteer coaches.
But now, at least, there seems to be a bit of belated justice, assuming that Congress and the South Carolina legislature concur.
Thomas Borg, 2000 South Carolina School of Medicine
All Our Relations: Blood Ties and Emotional Bonds among the Early South Carolina Gentry.
Last February, South Carolina health and environmental officials found that three wells used for drinking water by residents in the Simpsonville area contained fifty times the federal government's 30 ppb maximum allowed level of uranium.

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