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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

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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Schutzstaffel, (la SS nazi) organizacion militar, politica, policial y
The historical frame is much narrower, and the focus is consequently much tighter, captured in her near-exclusive interest in the character and motives of Adolf Eichmann, a Nazi SS (Schutzstaffel) officer once cited as "the architect of the Holocaust" due to his role in coordinating the deportation of Jews to concentration camps.
Mining recent scholarship and new evidence the author presents a sobering view of Mennonite collaboration with the German Schutzstaffel (SS) in carrying out the "final solution" and their extensive ties to the concentration camp at Stutthof near Danzig.
Heinrich Himmler, leader of the Nazi Schutzstaffel (Security Squad or SS) wanted Gotz to work with the SS in its resettlement policy.
Za pisanje kratice SS (Schutzstaffel, paravojna organizacija) rabio se poseban tip uglatih slova koja su odgovarala germanskoj runi, starogermanskom alfabetskom pismu.
Mazower gives some fascinating insights into how even Heinrich Himmler's Schutzstaffel (SS) was not monolithic but divided into factions, as well as being at odds with the leadership of the Nazi party, with Hitler tolerating the divisions.
It was transformed in 1942 to a concentration camp under SS command (SS stands for Schutzstaffel meaning special security personnel) and was intended to be a detention camp for prisoners who held foreign passports and who could be exchanged for German citizens held in Allied internment camps.
Most of the German troops surrendered without a fight, however, a group of Schutzstaffel (SS) troops posted near Hostau refused to surrender and challenged Task Force Reed.
(2) In reality, it was the battle-worn remnants of the 9th Schutzstaffel (SS) Panzer Division Hohenstauffen.
Please understand, I am not trying to compare the current Iranian regime to the Nazis, yet it is interesting to note that the Nazi regime did not feel very secure or comfortable with its army, the Wermacht, so it created an ideological army, the Schutzstaffel (meaning Protection Force or Defense Squad).
However, this seems to be an attempt to deflect the Nazi connotations of SS, where the initials stand for the Schutzstaffel. Originally Hitler's personal bodyguard, the SS were put under the command of Heinrich Himmler in 1929.
* The initials SS are short for Schutzstaffel, or protective squadron.