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SNSaturday Night (various organizations)
SNSoon (amateur radio)
SNSingapore
SNSnow (METAR precipitation)
SNSierra Nevada
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SNScience News
SNSonora (Guatemalan radio station)
SNSocial Networking
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SNSpace Network
SNSupernatural
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SNSeaman (USCG, USN)
SNSwindon (postcode, United Kingdom)
SNSans Nom
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SNSabena (Belgian World Airlines)
SNSintagma Nominal (Spanish language term)
SNSteve Nash (NBA player)
SNStock Number
SNSkilled Nursing
SNSide Note
SNSuper Nova
SNSubstantia Nigra (neuroanatomy)
SNSafety Notice (various companies)
SNSuper Nintendo
SNSuicide Note
SNSecretary of the Navy
SNSamyutta Nikaya (Buddhist texts)
SNService Number
SNStandard Number
SNScreenname (usually AOL)
SNStaff Nurse
SNStevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac musician)
SNSatellite Navigation
SNSemantic Network
SNStructural Number (highway engineering)
SNSacramento Northern (railroad)
SNSolar Neutrino
SNSuper Nice
SNStudent Nurse
SNService Node
SNSpecial Need (adoptions)
SNSwitching Network
SNSigma Nu (fraternity)
SNSûreté Nucléaire (French: Nuclear Safety)
SNSports Night (TV show)
SNServer Node
SNSerum Neutralization
SNSuccinonitrile
SNSialoadhesin
SNSpace Needle (Seattle, Washington)
SNSuper Node
SNSûreté Nationale (French: National Security)
SNSoup Nazi (Seinfeld episode)
SNSeat Nipple
SNSurgical Nurse
SNShipping Note
SNSir Name (LDAP or Directory Servers)
SNSinging News (southern gospel magazine)
SNStiffness Nominal
SNSteeler Nation (sports website)
SNSthene (measure of force)
SNShared-Nothing Architecture (distributed computing architecture)
SNSkilled Nurse
SNSem Número (Portuguese: having no number; postal usage)
SNSoil Nail (construction)
SNSorceryNet (IRC network)
SNShipping Noise
SNSubjunctive Normal
SNSeparation Number (chromatography)
SNSubnova (website)
SNSecundum Naturam (according to nature)
SNSending Nation
SNSlurry Nebulization (spectroscopy)
SNStrategic Navigation
SNSveriges Naturvetareförbund (Nacka, Sweden)
SNShepherd Nick (website)
SNSource Nursery
SNSkule Nite (University of Toronto)
SNSaucy Nipples (ARC gaming clan)
SNStructural Notation
SNSynchronization Node
SNSlot Neighbor
SNPortable Surface Search Radar (US Navy)
SNSalutami 'Ntonio (Frisbee Ultimate Club di Milano)
SNSuperconducting Normally (conducting)
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Team Thomas" members included Philip Michael Thomas (Tubbs from Miami Vice fame), Richard Thomas (John Boy Walton from The Waltons and Frank Gaad on The Americans), Larry Thomas (The Soup Nazi from Seinfeld): Thomas Ian Nicholas (star of Rookie of the Year and Kevin from American Pie: U.
The Soup Nazi," the sixth episode in the seventh season of "Seinfeld," first aired in the United States on Nov.
Half an hour later I have freshly blended, homemade soup that even Seinfeld's Soup Nazi would covet.
The soup Nazi was a cranky soup vendor with lots of arbitrary rules, and Anderson has his own rules of engagement posted on a sign: End all cellphone talk at the counter, end all conversations with other diners when it's your turn, wait to order until ''the wienie behind the stand asks for it,'' and finally, step to the right ''and pay for this abuse.
If you're like most of the 111 million people who watched the Super Bowl this year, you probably had a nice belly laugh seeing Jerry Seinfeld reunite with the Soup Nazi in that Acura commercial, but chances are you didn't run out to the Acura dealership afterward.
For those who don't know the Soup Nazi character is a depiction of a real Middle Eastern restaurant owner in New York.
A few partisans appreciated the place--in the same way that many loved the rude treatment doled out by New York's famed Soup Nazi.
THE New York chef who inspired the Soup Nazi character in US comedy Seinfeld plans to open a chain of UK restaurants, including one in Birmingham.
The couple are regulars at swish Los Angeles eaterie Sushi Nozawa, which is famed for its temperamental chef - dubbed the Sushi Nazi (after the rude Soup Nazi in sitcom Seinfeld).
The object is for the player to use mouse clicks to grab as many quarts of soup as possible before the vindictive Soup Nazi turns around and screams, "No soup for you
In March, soup chef Al Yeganeh -- the Soup Nazi of "Seinfeld" fame -- sold more than $60,000 worth of his soups in 20 minutes as HSN broadcasted live outside his legendary Soup Kitchen in Manhattan.