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SP

Abbreviation for sacroposterior position; Speech Pathologist.

Sp, sp., spp.

abbreviation for species.

SP

Abbreviation for:
sclerosing peritonitis
secondary polycythaemia
secretory piece
seizure prone
senile plaque
septum pellucidum
serine protease
serum protein
severe periodontitis
sialadenoma papilliferum
signal peptide
sleep paralysis
slow potential
social phobia
sodium pentobarbital
soft palate
solid phase
soluble protein
spastic paralysis
spectrophotometry
speech pathology
sphincter preservation
spinous process
spontaneous pneumothorax
spontaneous proliferation
standard practice
standard procedure
standardised patient
stationary phase
Streptococcu pneumoniae
strategic plan 
stroke-prone
structural protein
subplate
substance P
summating potentials
superoxide production
suprapubic
surfactant protein
surgical pathology
symphasis pubis
synthetic peptide
systolic pressure

SP

Abbreviation for sacroposterior position.

SP,

n spleen channel; an acupuncture channel running from the feet to the chest and associated with the stomach (ST) channel. See also ST.
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These and similar topics still generate a great deal of debate within both the Church and society at large, so it is helpful that Gaudium et spes provides a model of how to approach these issues pastorally, with an eye toward dialogue and unity in diversity.
Lastly, Gaudium et Spes asks universities to produce graduates who can "interpret the signs of the times," as described in Matthew 16:3.
Gaudium et Spes offers a theological model for how a Catholic college or university can be specific about its Catholic nature and yet at the same time embrace faculty, students and administrators who are not Catholic, or who may be disaffected Catholics.
SPEs were implemented as clinical final examinations in which students performed complete histories and physicals on SPs (excluding the pelvic or genitalia exam).
He attributes SPEs to instability or microseizures in the temporal lobes, particularly the hippocampus and amygdala (Persinger, 1989).
Antiochus insults Spes by referring to her answers as barking (139), but the ten-year-old Spes soon outdoes him by retorting with two bestial insults: "You speak with the deceit of a fox, Antiochus, and with the werewolf's two-faced cunning" (140).
The origin of the three potent synthetic drugs in PC SPES is puzzling," they said.
This appeared to encourage the company to set up other SPEs for the purpose of hiding company losses.
SPEs with these characteristics are known as "substantive" SPEs and receive off-balance sheet treatment.
Also in August, in an internal memorandum to Lay a company Vice-president, Sherron Watkins, described her reservations about the lack of disclosure of the substance of the related party transactions with the SPEs run by Fastow.
Gaudium et Spes emphasizes both the freedom of the individual, and also reciprocity within community.
O gracyous Ihesu bothe trysty and kynde Spem meam to put in the me thynketh best Graunt me grace with wit and mynde To kepe well spes mea in deo est