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SO

Abbreviation for:
salpingo-oophorectomy
second opinion
secondary oocyte
sex offender
shoulder orthosis
sine oculis (gene)
sleep onset
sphincter of Oddi
standing orders, see there 
suggestive of
superior oblique
superior olive
superoxide
systolic output
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There's great potential for a firm with a well-developed pension practice to convert what's often seen as a so-so service line into a multimillion-dollar business that supports several partners full-time.
We may speak of it later, and wonder about it, but as that couple near So-So know, talking is good, but not of the essence.
But let's face it, whatever its stars might think, it was a so-so movie, a faithful reworking of the book but one which deviated barely a line from the text.
The 40-foot putt he holed from the Valley of Sin yesterday to edge out Ernie Els earned him an incredible pounds 551,000 and turned a so-so season into a memorable one.
For the first time ever, mediocre CEOs, slightly-above-average CFOs, and so-so boards of directors go on record and share the nebulous secrets that enabled them to reach the middle of the pack and stay there.
The exception is a relatively stolid institutional scene, into which the UCLA Hammer Museum, long a venue for sprawling, mostly so-so group shows, has unexpectedly thrown a monkey wrench.
So if the food is so-so but the people who serve it or the dancing on the tables that follows it is wonderful, it could be Le Fooding par excellence
In the quarter-final against Peru, Mexico were so-so with the ball - they scored three goals and could have got more but too many passes in general build-up play went astray or were miscontrolled.
For the marine flatworms, particularly aggressive duelers may produce more offspring than so-so stabbers.
It relies too much on a standard "then I went there' narrative format, and at times the writing quality is so-so.
The Motley Fool, a leading personal finance media company, said, "Annuities by and large: are too expensive, offer mediocre insurance coverage, restrict the owner's investment choices to so-so, ho-hum, quasi-mutual fund subaccounts.