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SSecond(s)
SSouth
SSmile
SSatisfactory
SSearch (Stores 100 code)
SAs
SSex
SSystem
SSource (transistor; electronics)
SStore
SSubject
SSection
SSave (baseball)
SSuper (in automatic transmissions; equal to 2)
SSign
SSide (geometry, as in the SSS postulate)
SShort
SSafety (football)
SSeite
SSiemens
SSecret
SSweden (ISO Country Identifier)
SStorage
SSavings (economics)
SSan Francisco, CA (mint mark)
SSnow (weather reports)
SSwitch
SSatellite (imagery, type of map)
SSin (Spanish: Without)
SSierra (aviation letter code)
SSevere (rock climbing grade)
SStuttgart (auto license plate)
SSemi-Annual
SSmooth (woodworking)
SSuperb
SSeminar
SScout
SSleeve
SSealed (CD condition)
SSaskatchewan (postal code designation, Canada)
SSacrifice (baseball)
SSenate
SSphere
SSuperman
SSegment
SSubsidiary (IRB)
SSheffield (postcode, United Kingdom)
SServicing
SSears (stock symbol)
SSpectacles
SSickness (on overtime forms)
SSine (Latin: Without)
SScrap
SSequential
SShaman (Mic-O-Say, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
SDisplacement
SSeaman
SStokes (kinematic viscosity)
SSulfur
SShilling (British currency)
SSpades (playing cards)
SSoldering
SSparkasse (German: public savings bank)
SEntropy (thermodynamics)
SStarboard (nautical)
SSubchapter S Corporation
SSkype (voice-over-Internet service)
SSerine (amino acid)
SSystolic (peak blood pressure)
SStreptococcus
SStreptomycin
SAntisubmarine (US military aircraft designation; as in S-2 Tracker)
SSpaceplane (US military aerospace vehicle)
STrack spacing
SSacral Vertebra (prefix, as in S-1)
SScatterable (mines)
sSocialdemokratiska Arbetarpartiet (Swedish political party)
SSilicaceous (asteroid class)
SSubthreshold Swing
SStarboard Truss Segment (ISS)
SFranchise Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
SFresnel Sine Integral
SS Sub-Shell (innermost electron subshell)
SArea of a geometric figure (mathematics)
sTERCOM-Aided Inertial Navigation System
SOnde Seconde (Italian: second wave; seismography)
SSupervisory Function Bit
SSecondary Body Waves
SUS DoT tire speed rating (112 mph)
SContinuous-time complex variable (analogous to Z in discrete-time; electrical engineering)
SFourth Heartbeat Wave
SSecurity Prison (Cambodia; Khmer Rouge designation)
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The filibuster is the product of Senate rules and can be changed by the Senate.
Anita Hill, a Yale-educated law professor, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that Thomas had sexually intimidated and embarrassed her when she worked for him at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Runner's Senate campaign contributions and spending from January 2001 to December 2004 were examined in a random audit by the state Franchise Tax Board.
As the Washington Times reported on May 25, "Liberal House Republicans are taking an increasingly tough stance on immigration reform and are more determined than ever to delete the portions of the Senate bill that grant citizenship rights to more than 10 million illegal aliens.
Neither the House nor Senate supported the Administration's proposal to sell up to 300,000 acres of National Forest System lands to generate revenues for rural schools and communities in the vicinity of national forests.
The President appoints Supreme Court Justices, although the Senate must approve such appointments.
This provision was not included in the Senate version of the bill, but could be included when members go to conference to work out a final agreement.
Violante praised Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran (R-Miss.
A relative newcomer compared to Craig--Smith was elected to the Senate in 1997--he has served on the Aging Committee since 2001.
Max Baucus (D-MT), Ranking Member, Senate Finance Committee
The Senate leaders agreed to appoint a 21-member Senate delegation, with 11 Republicans and 10 Democrats.
Senate Democrats have opposed caps on medical-malpractice awards, saying that they take away legal rights without any guarantee that medical-malpractice premiums will go down.