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SOLSSolomon Islands
SOLSSchool of Life Sciences
SOLSSurface of Last Scattering (cosmology)
SOLSSouthern Ontario Library Service (Canada)
SOLSSection Officers Leadership Seminar (SAE)
SOLSSummer Officer Leadership School (AFJROTC)
SOLSSelective Orthogonal Least-Square
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At the appointed hour arrives the coroner, for whom the jurymen are waiting and who is received with a salute of skittles from the good dry skittle-ground attached to the Sol's Arms.
For some little time the jurymen hang about the Sol's Arms colloquially.
Thus, gradually the Sol's Arms melts into the shadowy night and then flares out of it strong in gas.
Sol Witberg would have bitten his bruised and swollen lip in chagrin, had it not hurt so much.
The Justice looked at Carter Watson's bruised and swollen visage, and turned to glare at Sol Witberg.
Watson took advantage of the opportunity to wink at Sol Witberg, but that much-abused gentleman saw nothing humorous in the situation.
Therefore, and much to my regret,"--here he paused and glared at Sol Witberg--"in each of these cases I am compelled to give the defendant the benefit of the doubt.
"Incidentally, my picture of Sol Glenhart, the police judge, was good.
And there, under his purple panoply, nose crooked like a Napoleonic eagle and eyes glittering and beady, sat Sol Glenhart.
It can be concluded that the sols with the high concentrations led to the increase of the coating thickness, occurrence of bridging between nearby fibres and