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SETSet (assembly language directive)
SETDriver Set (file name extension)
SETStock Exchange of Thailand
SETScience, Engineering and Technology
SETSony Entertainment Television
SETImage Settings (file name extension)
SETSpecial Education Technology
SETSecure Electronic Transaction
SETSerotonin Transporter
SETSoftware Engineering Technology
SETSenior Executive Team
SETSingle-Electron Transistor
SETSocial Exchange Theory
SETSingle Ended Triode (topology in tube amplifiers)
SETScience and Engineering Technology (USACE)
SETSustainable Energy Technology (various organizations)
SETSpecial Enforcement Team
SETSociété, Environnement, Territoire (French: Company, Environment, Land; laboratory)
SETSouth Eastern Trains (UK)
SETSingle-Electron Tunneling
SETSingle-Electron Transfer
SETSecure Encryption Technology
SETSoutheast Toyota Distributors, LLC
SETSecure Electronic Transaction LLC
SETSecure Electronic Transfer
SETSingle Event Transient (electronics in space)
SETSubmarine Escape Training
SETSimilarity-Enhanced Transfer
SETSociety of Engineering Technologists
SETSenior Engineering Team
SETSkin Endpoint Titration
SETSecurity Escort Team
SETLaboratoire Systèmes et Transports (French: Laboratory Systems and Transport; Montbeliard, France)
SETSpace Environment Technologies
SETSpace Environment Testbed
SETInstitute for System Design Technology (GMD, Germany)
SETSenior English Test (English as a foreign language qualification)
SETSoftware Engineering Technician
SETSpecialized English Training
SETSystème Etude Technique (French: Technical Study System; educational technology company)
SETSociété d'Equipement de la Touraine (French: Touraine Development Company)
SETSystem Embedded Training
SETStudent Education and Training Plans
SETSciences de l'Environnement Terrestre (French: Environmental Land Science)
SETStandard d'Echange et de Transfer
SETSimultaneous Engineering Technology
SETSituational Emergency Training
SETSimple End-point Terminal (H.323)
SETSolar Energy Thermionic (JPL program)
SETSystem Engineering Testbed
SETSpecial Evaluation Tests
SETSkills Evaluator Trainer
SETSeal Encoding Technology (anti-fraud technology from EnSeal Systems Ltd.)
SETSanctuary Enforcement Team
SETSocial Enrichment Training
SETSelective Electronic Test
SETSynchronous Encodings in Tandem
SETSquad Engagement Trainer
SETSuperconducting Electronically Tunable
SETSt Charles, Mo - St Charles County Smartt Airport
SETSafety Education and Training
SETSecondary Education Teaching
SETSystem Engineering Team
SETSelf-Employment Tax
SETState Education Tax
References in classic literature ?
It seems to you that mainly what you want is to get away; get away from the same old tedious things you're so used to seeing and so tired of, and set something new.
To all intents and purposes the compass was as efficient as before; but, as a matter of fact, the moving of the pointers upon the dials resulted now in no corresponding shift of the mechanism beneath--and the device was set, immovably, upon a destination of the slave's own choosing.
Her connection with this circle was kept up through Princess Betsy Tverskaya, her cousin's wife, who had an income of a hundred and twenty thousand roubles, and who had taken a great fancy to Anna ever since she first came out, showed her much attention, and drew her into her set, making fun of Countess Kidia Ivanovna's coterie.
He mopped and mowed at me, and called me names; but he was glad to get the ale, for all that; and presently we were set down at a table in the front room of the inn, and both eating and drinking with a good appetite.
See what fine prizes he is taking home from Troy, while we, who have travelled just as far as he has, come back with hands as empty as we set out with--and now Aeolus has given him ever so much more.
Hath any commentator well accounted for the limitation which an antient critic hath set to the drama, which he will have contain neither more nor less than five acts?
Neither is the ancient rule amiss, to bend nature, as a wand, to a contrary extreme, whereby to set it right, understanding it, where the contrary extreme is no vice.
Instead of first collecting together all the particulars constituting a momentary thing, and then forming the series of successive sets, we might have first collected together a series of successive aspects related by the laws of dynamics, and then have formed the set of such series related by the laws of perspective.
Athos set the lackeys to work first because, since these men had been in the service of himself and his friends he had discovered in each of them different and essential qualities.
Sometimes the boat would seem to be retained motionless, as if spell-bound, opposite some point round which the current set with violence, and where the utmost labor scarce effected any visible progress.
Afterwards Jim said the witches be- witched him and put him in a trance, and rode him all over the State, and then set him under the trees again, and hung his hat on a limb to show who done it.
I got her some beautiful dresses, and after having married her, we embarked and set sail.