S/S

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AcronymDefinition
S/SStainless Steel
S/SStart/Stop
S/SShort-Sleeved (clothing)
S/SSpace Shuttle (more commonly seen as SS)
S/SSpring & Summer
S/SSteamship (US DoD)
S/SSeam to Seam
S/SSpreadsheet
S/SSubsystem
S/SSole Source
S/SSigns and Symptoms
S/SShip-to-Shore
S/SSigns or Symptoms (medical charting)
S/SSouvenir Sheet (stamp collecting)
S/SExecutive Secretariat
S/SStabilization/Solidification
S/SSharp/Shooting
S/SShelter Set
S/SSample(s) per Second (also seen as SPS)
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Melissa started rescuing injured cats from across the emirate and now takes care of around 25 cats in the small makeshift shelter set up outside her house.
Digging in: The shelter set up by protesters against the gypsy camp.
A total of 50 homes were evacuated and residents were taken to a temporary shelter set up at Culmington Community Centre, in Culmington Road, Longbridge, and a 200m exclusion zone was set up.
Overnight, emergency services evacuated people from around 250 flooded homes in the west of the city, taking them to an emergency shelter set up at Oxford United's Kassam Stadium.
No further evacuations were made overnight to an emergency shelter set up at the Kassam football stadium near Oxford.
Newcastle's Dog and Cat Shelter set up shop at Gateshead's MetroCentre.
A homeless shelter set up to give troubled families a chance to get back into society has celebrated its first birthday.
Many of the displaced residents had spent several nights at the temporary shelter set up by the American Red Cross at College of the Canyons.
My wife is a teacher at another elementary school, and we both went in Sunday to help at the emergency shelter set up in its gymnasium and dialed students and parents to assess damage and announce that classes were cancelled for the week at least.
Having a shelter set up that quickly is a real improvement over the current shelter that is contained in two ISO containers, Reichard said.
We can even hold 180 people if we have our shelter set up on board.
At a relief shelter set up in a junior high school, notices giving information on food and financial aid for quake victims were written only in Japanese.