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s.c.

Abbreviation for subcutaneous; subcutaneously.

s.c.

in medical records, an abbreviation for subcutaneous.
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Future goals of the statewide council, which consists of recycling industry representatives as well as public and governmental representatives, include defining recycling as an economic cluster in South Carolina, increasing the capital investment in South Carolina's recycling industry and helping to expand recycling related jobs.
4) As early as January 1861, informal ceremonies had been held to honor companies of volunteers in upcountry South Carolina who were about to depart for the fight in and around Charleston, but these rituals included no flags or presentations.
The South Carolina National Gallery opens in conjunction with the grand opening of the new library on Feb.
Our timber pricing data supports South Carolina's landowner initiative to plant more trees - it's a win-win situation for landowners and the forest product manufacturers moving to South Carolina," said Pete Stewart, president and founder of F2M.
745 shares of First Union common stock for each share of South Carolina Federal common stock, depending upon settlement of a pending environmental matter prior to closing.
One key to improving the soil conditions for business creation in South Carolina lies in creating more tools for entrepreneurs looking to create high-paying, knowledge-based jobs in our state," said Gov.
Furr, president and chief operating officer of South Carolina National Bank.
Burnell says he picked South Carolina because it is a small state that already has a large conservative Christian population.
His primary research areas include environmental toxicology and physiological ecology, and he holds faculty appointments at the University of South Carolina, the Medical University of South Carolina, and the College of Charleston.
The triumph at Fort Watson represented a critical milestone for the American cause because it was the first time since the British had invaded South Carolina that American troops had captured a British stronghold.
Lisa Ventriss, president of Vermont's captive association, sees South Carolina as an aggressive domicile "that is keen on growing and marketing.
South Carolina coach Curtis Frye believes Demus' future is in the 400 and the 400 hurdles, but he has no intention to have her abandon her other events.

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