SCOND

AcronymDefinition
SCONDStanding Committee on National Defence (Canadian Parliament)
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The scond spot was secured by another rider of the Armed Forces, Abdulrahman al Sq al Marri.
For, according to local guide books, it was there during the Scond World War that a batch of British spies were based, including Ian Fleming.
The scond half was a battle of the forwards and the champions built on the lead with a 50th-minute converted try before Coleman pegged them back five minutes later.
The scond tranche was announced on November 27, 2011, as follows:
" Excelebration finished behind Frankel on three occasions last year, most recently when scond in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot, but could well meet him again at Newbury.
London, Aug.20 (ANI): Former England batsman Ken Barrington was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in front of a large and appreciative international crowd during the tea interval of the scond day's play of the fourth and final Test between England and India at The Oval here on Friday.
Early in the scond period, Fleetwood maintained an offensive on the home goal but Blyth resolutely defended.
With over 1.3 million workers in the U.S., Wal-Mart accounted for 13% of the country's productivity gains in the scond half of the 1990s.
Yarwood added a second try in the scond half which Walmseley also improved before NL&D rallied with wing Alex Leverton and flanker Tom Warren, both of Nottingham, scoring tries and Paviors fly half George Billam adding a conversion.
Cheshire's David Horsey (Styal) won the McGill Trophy with a four-round total of 267 - the scond best finish in the 31-year history of the event.
Although this is just the scond degree show in the history of the Fine Art Department, theCollege has already produced star graduates in the shape of Louise Theunessen, winner of last year's Wrexham Open Competition,and children's illustrator Kate Leak, who has just clinched a two book deal with publisher Macmillan.