SDDOH

AcronymDefinition
SDDOHSouth Dakota Department of Health
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Indeed, the man who had come up the stairway to summon him had hurried away without hearing the refusal.
It was dug out under the wing of the house, was plastered and cemented, with a stairway and an outside door by which the men came and went.
He had followed her into the hall and to the foot of the stairway, looking up at her as she mounted with her face half turned to him.
They crossed the railroad tracks, and then on each side of the street were the pens full of cattle; they would have stopped to look, but Jokubas hurried them on, to where there was a stairway and a raised gallery, from which everything could be seen.
and Cassy flitted up the winding stairway, laughing, and looking back after him.
We descended from the church by steep stone stairways which curved this way and that down narrow alleys between the packed and dirty tenements of the village.
Then he skipped out, and saw Sid just starting up the outside stairway that led to the back rooms on the second floor.
By his influence a small table was placed in the Department of Education, in a narrow space between a stairway and a wall, and on this table was deposited the first of the telephones.
On a Wednesday morning, early, toward the middle of spring, in the year 16,--such was his mode of reckoning,--at the moment when the chevalier was putting on his old green-flowered damask dressing-gown, he heard, despite the cotton in his ears, the light step of a young girl who was running up the stairway.
There was no stairway, but a gentle incline to the first floor of the building opened into an enormous chamber encircled by galleries.
At last, however, I found one door at the top of the stairway which, though it seemed locked, gave a little under pressure.
Fogg thought he even heard the crack of revolvers mingling in the din, the rout approached the stairway, and flowed over the lower step.