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SCHSchool
SCHSchedule
SCHSearch
SCHSemester Credit Hours
SCHSeattle Children's Hospital (Washington)
SCHScholar (title)
SCHStudies in Contemporary History
SCHSchizophrenia
SCHSwedish Covenant Hospital (Chicago, IL)
SCHSt. Clair Hospital (Pennsylvania)
SCHSupply Chain for Health
SCHSpringside Chestnut Hill Academy (Philadephia, PA)
SCHShopping Cart Hero (game)
SCHSchriever (Amtrak station code; Schriever, LA)
SCHSuperintendence of Cultural Heritage (Malta)
SCHSystem Controller Hub (computing)
SCHSantander Central Hispano (bank in Spain)
SCHSaskatoon City Hospital (Canada)
SCHSuccinylcholine
SCHSouthside Community Hospital (Farmville, VA)
SCHShared Channel
SCHShort Transport Channel
SCHSingle Channel
SCHSuppress Caching
SCHScheduling
SCHSubcarrier Horizontal
SCHSelma Community Hospital (Adventist Health)
SCHSocket Head
SCHStudent Credit Hour (degree criterion)
SCHSpace Center Houston
SCHSynchronization Channel
SCHSeparate Confinement Heterostructure
SCHSubconjunctival Hemorrhage (bleeding in the mucous membrane touching the eye)
SCHSupplemental Channel
SCHSupracervical Hysterectomy
SCHSchwannomin
SCHSingapore Conference Hall (Singapore)
SCHSix Continents Hotels, Inc
SCHStatistical Clearing House (Australia)
SCHSuprachoroidal Hemorrhage (bleeding above the choroid; between the retina and white of the eye)
SCHSubchorionic Hemorrhage
SCHSociety of Christ (religious order)
SCHState Clearinghouse Handbook (California)
SCHSupplemental Code Channel
SCHSpindle Cell Hemangioendothelioma (pathology)
SCHSingular Cardinals Hypothesis
SCHSpindle Cell Hemangioma
SCHSimulated Congressional Hearing
SCHStandish Community Hospital (Standish, Michigan)
SCHSisters of Charity, Halifax (religious order)
SCHSub Carrier Horizontal
SCHScholl, Inc.
SCHService Circuit Handler
SCHSecrétaire de Chancellerie (French: Secretary of Chancery)
SCHShelter Complex Headquarters
SCHSingapore Changi Hospital (Singapore)
SCHShips Characteristics Handbook
SCHSquare Cartridge Heater
SCHSequencer Chassis
SCHSRAG (Space Radiation Analysis Group) Console Handbook (US NASA)
SCHSurface Combustor-Heater
SCHSociety for Colonial History
SCHSpencer Chemical Company
SCHSupporting Checkout
SCHSoftware Change History
References in classic literature ?
I told you the Holy Virgin would keep her word!" "Blessed be her sacred name!" said the old scholar, with emotion.
The old scholar and his daughter embraced, and the former said, "Truly the Holy Mother has done more than she promised, child, for she has give you a splendid marriage portion-- think of it, two thousand pieces of gold!"
FIRST SCHOLAR. I fear me nothing will reclaim him now.
Nevertheless, tranquillity was gradually restored, the scholar held his peace, the mendicant counted over some coins in his hat, and the piece resumed the upper hand.
The two old friends and companions--for such they were, though they were man and child--held each other in a long embrace, and then the little scholar turned his face towards the wall, and fell asleep.
'Then pray don't forget, there's my dear scholars,' said the schoolmaster, 'what I have asked you, and do it as a favour to me.
The rhetoricians and philosophers were accustomed to give the Fables of Aesop as an exercise to their scholars, not only inviting them to discuss the moral of the tale, but also to practice and to perfect themselves thereby in style and rules of grammar, by making for themselves new and various versions of the fables.
As it was now later than little Alice's usual bedtime, Grandfather broke off his narrative, promising to talk more about Master Cheever and his scholars some other evening.
It was a baleful choice and seemed to hold some secret and subtle association with the situation and general progress of events; or at any rate there was apparently some obscure reason for the energy and vim with which the scholars shouted the choral invitation again and again:--
And let me tell you, scholars, that I asked Rebecca to stand by the pail only to break up this habit of incessant drinking, which is nothing but empty-mindedness and desire to walk to and fro over the floor.
On the contrary, I think in time I shall get on with my scholars very well."
So the one went off with one group of scholars, and the other with another.