SETB

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AcronymDefinition
SETBStrong Enough To Break (Hanson song/documentary)
SETBSet Byte if Below
SETBStatewide Emergency Telecommunications Board (Massachusetts)
SETBSemi-Empirical Tight Binding
SETBSite of Exfoliative Toxin B (immunology)
References in classic literature ?
But at the bottom of her heart she felt that she was not strong enough to break through anything, that she was not strong enough to get out of her old position, however false and dishonorable it might be.
As some wooded mountain-spur that stretches across a plain will turn water and check the flow even of a great river, nor is there any stream strong enough to break through it--even so did the two Ajaxes face the Trojans and stem the tide of their fighting though they kept pouring on towards them and foremost among them all was Aeneas son of Anchises with valiant Hector.
But the other was apparently not strong enough to break in the door, and Kayerts heard him running round.
Detective Bernie Gunther's world, set in the late summer of 1938, is bursting with a sort of palpable internal pressure which, only months later, would be strong enough to break glass.
When one of the swans turns into a beautiful young woman he is instantly captivated - will his love prove strong enough to break the evil spell that she is under?
If you think that there is a brick wall challenge, then it means that you are not strong enough to break
If the superfluid cannot expel pinned vortices it cannot spin-down and builds up a lag with respect to the normal component, until hydrodynamical lift forces become strong enough to break the pinning.
My son, Ayman, who was tiny at the time, thought I was so strong; he'd say that I was strong enough to break a stone with my hands.
It can be strong enough to break the airplane or simply slam us into the ground if we're about to land.
New research, however, suggests that the effect of the planet's atmosphere might be strong enough to break any tidal locking, allowing the planet to rotate freely.
When he moved to the Met Office at Bracknell in 1965, Mason took his Imperial research team with him and, in the early 1970s, proposed a quantitative theory to explain how electrical charges are generated in thunderclouds, showing how they create vertical electrical fields which, under certain conditions, become strong enough to break through air insulation and trigger and sustain lightning storms.
When one of the swans turns into a beautiful woman he is instantly captivated - will his love prove strong enough to break the evil spell that she is under?