SASH


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AcronymDefinition
SASHSociety for the Advancement of Sexual Health
SASHSuicide and Self-Harm
SASHApache Struts, Apache Axis, the Spring Framework and Hibernate (SourceLabs)
SASHSurvivors of Abuse and Self-Harming
SASHStudents Achieving Social Harmony
SASHSustainable Agriculture and Self-Help
SASHSound Advice Safety and Health Ltd (UK)
SASHSaline Antibiotic Saline Heparin
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There was only one in his head," said his companion, "but there was another bullet-hole in the sash.
Don't you ever forget to lift your sash and fix those puffy things when you sit down?
her face as red as my sash, and once I thought she was going to cry.
Dolly didn't ask why not, or say a word, indeed, but stooped her head down very low to tie his sash.
The unfortunate locksmith wound his sash about him, girded on his sword, put on his cap, and walked out.
I'm going to have a white satin with a pink sash, pink stockings, bronze slippers, and a spangled fan.
On her head, among her black hair--her own, with no false additions--was a little wreath of pansies, and a bouquet of the same in the black ribbon of her sash among white lace.
Leaping to his feet he ran for the window; but the ape-man was too quick for him and before he could leap through the sash a heavy hand fell upon his shoulder and he was jerked back and hurled across the room to the opposite wall.
I stepped to the unobstructed casement, withdrew the nail with some difficulty and attempted to raise the sash.
The curtain at the window had been pulled by a heavy hand and hung by one tack, dangling to and fro in the draft through the cracks at the sash.
I skips along out towards t'other end o' de house to see what's gwine on, en stops by de ole winder on de side towards Pudd'nhead Wilson's house dat ain't got no sash in it-- but dey ain't none of 'em got any sashes, for as dat's concerned-- en I stood dah in de dark en look out, en dar in the moonlight, right down under me 'uz one o' de twins a-cussin'--not much, but jist a-cussin' soft--it 'uz de brown one dat 'uz cussin,'
He had insisted that the library curtains should draw backward and forward on a rod, so that they might be closed in the evening, instead of remaining nailed to a gilt cornice, and immovably looped up over layers of lace, as in the drawing-room; and he pulled them back and pushed up the sash, leaning out into the icy night.