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SHSenior High School
SHShots
SHSheet
SHShanghai
SHSilent Hill (video game)
SHSchleswig-Holstein (GermanState)
SHShort-Handed (Hockey)
SHState Highway
SHShowers (METAR descriptor)
SHBourne Shell
SHSweetheart (International Order of DeMolay)
SHSouthampton
SHSt. Helena (including Ascension, Trist & Acunhais)
SHSt Helena (ISO country code)
SHSelf Help
SHShipping and Handling
SHSchaffhausen (Schaffhouse; Suisse Canton)
SHSherlock Holmes
SHSaddam Hussein
SHShareholder
SHSame Here
SHSexual Harassment
SHSonic Heroes (video game)
SHSouthern Hemisphere
SHShe's Hot
SHShutouts (baseball pitching statistic)
SHStudy Hall (school)
SHSterling Heights (Michigan city)
SHSocial History
SHShadow Hearts (runescape clan)
SHStuff Happens (polite form)
SHSelf Harm
SHSpace Heater
SHSammy Hagar
SHSquare Head
SHService Hours
SHSacrifice Hits (Baseball)
SHSRC Homology
SHScott Hall (former WWE WWF wrestler)
SHSlap Happy
SHSemester Hour(s)
SHSpear Head (game)
SHSinus Headache
SHSafety Harness
SHSierra Hotel (very good, polite form)
SHscalp hair
SHSaint Helens (Oregon)
SHSupport Helicopter
SHSelective Hearing
SHSuper Heat (steam)
SHSuperheavy
SHSupported Housing
SHStatic Host
SHSurface Habitable (French: Living Space; measurement)
SHAnti-Submarine Helicopter (military aircraft designation)
SHScripps Health
ShSherwood Number (mass diffusivity/molecular diffusivity)
SHSpring Harvest (Christian conference)
SHShattered Halls (gaming, World of Warcraft)
SHStrangerhood (fictional Machinima Series)
SHScout Helicopter
SHSwitch Hook
SHStormhold (gaming, Everquest II Zone)
SHScaife Hall (Carnegie Mellon University)
SHSegment Header
SHSpecified Hours (TV broadcasting)
ShShughni (linguistics)
SHStacking Height
SHSpastic Hypertonia
SHStupid Hero (band)
SHSethekk Halls (gaming, World of Warcraft)
SHSwitch Handler
SHSmall Himalayan (rabbit breed)
SHStetson Hatters (college baseball team)
SHShadow Haven (Everquest)
SHSingle Heterostructure
SHSubtract Halfword (IBM)
SHScorpion Harness (gaming, Final Fantasy)
SHShawn Hewitt (musical artist)
SHShabeellada Hoose (postal region, Somalia)
SHSteelton and Highspire Railroad
SHSin Harvest (gaming)
SHShadow Horde (Swirve/Utopia gaming alliance)
SHSpeech Handicap
SHStandard Heterosis
SHSpeech Handler
SHSleeve Housings
SH(USN Rating) Ship's Serviceman
SHSecundus Heres (Latin: Second Heir, epigraphy)
SHSymphony Hamilton (Hamilton, ON, Canada)
SHSimply Haddad (Singapore)
SHSidney Hollander Associates
References in classic literature ?
Salton was delighted when Adam's reply arrived and sent a groom hot-foot to his crony, Sir Nathaniel de Salis, to inform him that his grand-nephew was due at Southampton on the twelfth of June.
The endless railway lines and switches round the Southampton Docks fired his anxiety afresh.
Let your man drive you to Southampton and get on board the Japanese cruiser.
I understand that your cruiser in Southampton Harbor is always under steam.
That means a quart of the best malmsey in Southampton this very night, Matthew Atwood.
It was indeed I and the black cook, both from the ship `La Rose de Gloire,' of Southampton, who did set upon the Flanders merchant and rob him of his spicery and his mercery, for which, as we well know, you hold a warrant against us.
On the other hand the day was charming; the blue sea, in Southampton Water, pricked all over with light, had no movement but that of its infinite shimmer.
The passengers who came on board at Southampton were not of the greasy class; they were for the most part American families who had been spending the summer, or a longer period, in Europe.
The Southampton coach used to carry these tokens of affection to Miss Crawley at Brighton: it used sometimes to convey Mr.
It was he who had given Lady Jane that copy of poor Briggs's early poems, which he remembered to have seen at Queen's Crawley, with a dedication from the poetess to his father's late wife; and he brought the volume with him to Brighton, reading it in the Southampton coach and marking it with his own pencil, before he presented it to the gentle Lady Jane.
No letter or telegram had come to me at Southampton, and I reached the little villa at Streatham about ten o'clock that night in a fever of alarm.
Of course he saw no more than I did, but to annoy me, or perhaps to punish me for my long defection, he must turn his back on me and devote himself to this chit from Southampton to the Mediterranean.
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