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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 Aluko, who scored for Hull at the weekend, and big sister Eniola, inset, who was on target for England.
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It's been hard for Sone the past couple of years because of the huge injury problems he's had," said Bruce.
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Although the recipes range from easy to difficult, Sone and Doumani have strived to make them doable and accessible for home cooks as well as young, upcoming professional cooks.
SONE manufacturing manager David Clemes said: "'"'Our highlyskilled, flexible workforce and responsive operational procedures mean that we are able to react quickly to meet customer needs.
If they come out of administration I'm sure one of the first things they'll want to do is tie Sone down.
We are going to have a chat with Sone and his agents and possibly keep him here for another four or five days training.
MARK MCGHEE is praying Sone Aluko recovers from a mystery stomach injury in time to inflict more pain on SPL defences.
SONE Aluko has been tipped to get his career back on track by Keith Bertschin.