SOLID


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AcronymDefinition
SOLIDSoftware Library for Interference Detection
SOLIDSociety of Leaders in Development (music)
SOLIDSalt Spring Organization for Life Improvement and Development (HIV/AIDS prevention)
SOLIDSingle Responsibility, Open-Closed, Liskov Substitution, Interface Segregation and Dependency Inversion (computer programming)
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Smoking was never so good before, solid comfort was never solider; we lay back against the thick cushions silent, meditative, steeped in felicity.
In another second or two it was solid white and still again.
She did not tread the solid ground at all, or have any sense of belonging to the common human family, until she entered the side yard of the brick house and saw her aunt Miranda standing in the open doorway.
It has one horn about a cubit long which is solid, but has a furrow from the base to the tip.
This is an idea not superficial or futile, but solid and weighty.
Space, likewise, is a continuous quantity; for the parts of a solid occupy a certain space, and these have a common boundary; it follows that the parts of space also, which are occupied by the parts of the solid, have the same common boundary as the parts of the solid.
THERE are some qualities -- some incorporate things, That have a double life, which thus is made A type of that twin entity which springs From matter and light, evinced in solid and shade.
Certainly fame is like a river, that beareth up things light and swoln, and drowns things weighty and solid.
The face of the entire cliff was, as later inspection conclusively proved, so shot with veins and patches of solid gold as to quite present the appearance of a solid wall of that precious metal except where it was broken by outcroppings of ruby, emerald, and diamond boulders--a faint and alluring indication of the vast and unguessable riches which lay deeply buried behind the magnificent surface.
There is not a wheelbarrow in the land--they carry everything on their heads, or on donkeys, or in a wicker-bodied cart, whose wheels are solid blocks of wood and whose axles turn with the wheel.
As to the first proceeding there is no solid ground to go upon, else Hawley would have adopted it; and as to opening the subject with Lydgate, I confess I should shrink from it.
Roughly, it is a steel cylinder a hundred feet long, and jointed so that it may turn and twist through solid rock if need be.