SHED


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AcronymDefinition
SHEDSealed Housing Evaporative Determination
SHEDStem cells from Human Exfoliated Deciduous teeth
SHEDSpecial Handling and Evaluation Detachment
SHEDSocial Health Education Development
SHEDSMPTE Hybrid Elimination Device
SHEDSafety, Health and Environmental Division (various organizations)
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Suddenly, however, he was struck by a voice coming from the shed, and its tone was so sincere that he could not but listen.
Later she half heard the voices of Robert and Tonie talking under the shed.
said Nikita in answer to the low whinny with which he was greeted by the good-tempered, medium-sized bay stallion, with a rather slanting crupper, who stood alone in the shed.
With a lighter heart he then set off upon his second journey, leaving Hugh, who was still in a drunken stupor, stretched upon the ground within the shed, and his father walking to and fro before it.
It was but man, I thought, who shed Laurels upon me: and the rush - The torrent of the chilly air Gurgled within my ear the crush Of empires - with the captive's prayer - The hum of suiters - and the tone Of flattery 'round a sovereign's throne.
But should the king's soldiers shed one drop of American blood, then it was a quarrel to the death.
In the shed there were five horses in their separate stalls, and Vronsky knew that his chief rival, Gladiator, a very tall chestnut horse, had been brought there, and must be standing among them.
The first shed we come to the preacher was lining out a hymn.
Then the eyes roamed about the campong to rest at last upon the slanting roof of the thatched shed which was its shelter.
He reflected and turned his steps towards the little refreshment shed that stood near the end of the ruined bridge.
With one of the shoes still held in his hand he stood in a corner of the shed and stamped with a stockinged foot upon the board floor.
THE WEASELS and the Mice waged a perpetual war with each other, in which much blood was shed.