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β

 
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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14) Pocock points to the raft of biblical names in Song of Solomon as an exemplar of an exegete on the lam, who "juxtapose[s] implied narratives, images, and symbolic motifs to heighten contradictions and conjure up meaning.
THE GOOD LIFE: Sir William Russell-Flint's Song of Solomon, painted in 1909 (above) and (left) the same scene depicted in a 19th century engraving by Julius Schnorr Carolsfeld DIRTY DANCING: Rebecca Brewer and Mark Quartley in rehearsal for Song of Songs.
This tree is now thought to have been an apricot tree, and the "golden apples" mentioned in the Song of Solomon are thought to be apricots.
In the Revised Common Lectionary the Song of Solomon is used only twice as an alternate reading.
As with Song of Solomon, we see the corrupting influence of money on a black patriarch and how money encourages dissension within a family.
Like Milkman Dead in Song of Solomon, many of Morrison's characters often feel that their bodies lack "coherence, a coming together of the features into a total self.
Guitar even implicitly calls for such revision in Song of Solomon when he tells Milkman that white people "know they are unnatural.
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In the first section of the book, seven teachers share their experiences teaching such works as Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon, Aeschylus's Oresteia, and MarkTwain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Toni Morrison, author of books such as Beloved, Song of Solomon and Paradise, was the first Black woman to win a Nobel Prize in Literature.
Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon, Maxine Hong Kingston's Woman Warrior, Richard Wright's Black Boy, and Sandra Cisneros's The House on Mango Street are important books.