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sone

(sōn),
A unit of loudness; a pure tone of 1000 Hz at 40 dB above the normal threshold of audibility has a loudness of 1 sone.
[L. sonus, sound]

sone

(sōn) [L. sonus, sound]
A unit of loudness; the loudness of a pure tone of 1000 cycles per second, 40 decibels above the listener's threshold of hearing.

Sone

A brand name for PREDNISONE.
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Sone que el Papa venia desde el Vaticano para oficiar la misa junto con Norberto, frente a una enorme foto de san Marcial Maciel
Sone Aluko, who scored for Hull at the weekend, and big sister Eniola, inset, who was on target for England.
"Usually this person (slightly more often a male) is overweight and between 40 and 65 years old," says Sone.
He goes first to a cafe with a cross-dressing waiter, then to a mysterious inn run by middle-aged siblings (Keiko Tomita and producer Harumi Sone), one of whom bottles her unstoppable flow of breast milk.
A re terata e e kganelang diphologolo tsa naga go kopana le leruo e gautshwane le motse, a re gongwe ke sone se leruo le ganelelang mo motseng, a re terata eo le yone e busetswe kwa morago sekgalanyana.
Stanley-based SONE Products Ltd supplies packaging solutions to the cosmetics, healthcare and diagnostics sectors, currently producing mascaras, eyeliners and lip gloss packs for the cosmetics industry.
JIMMY CALDERWOOD knew Sone Aluko was destined to star on the big stage after he put Lahm to the slaughter at Pittodrie.
He has been shipped out on loan for the new campaign and opened the scoring yesterday, with further strikes from Sone Aluko and George Boyd.
The prospectus also states former Ibrox players Sone Aluko, Kyle Lafferty and Jamie Ness have raised constructive dismissal claims.
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North East-based Sone Products, suppliers of solutions in lastic for technically demanding markets, has announced the completion of a strategic acquisition as part of its plans for growth.
Bringing the outside inside is an established artistic strategy, but rarely is it taken to the lengths Yutaka Sone attains in his recent show at the Renaissance Society, "Forecast: Snow." Sone transformed its three-thousand-square-foot-plus interior into a timberline wonderland, with a meandering path, a hundred pine trees, and extensive drifts of fake snow.