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SBSlow Blow (type of electric fuse)
SBSnapback (brand)
SBShould Be
SBSubject
SBSanta Barbara
SBSuper Bowl (US football championship game)
SBSmall Block (auto engine)
SBSmall Business
SBSymbols (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
SBSenate Bill (in state legislatures)
SBSound Blaster
SBService Bulletin
SBStolen Base (baseball)
SBSandy Bridge (Intel Corp.)
SBSouth Bend (Indiana)
SBSomebody
SBSpring Break
SBSchool Bus
SBSubstitute (sports)
SBSilver Bullet (various meanings)
SBBachelor of Science
SBSeat Belt
SBSan Bernardino (California)
SBScoreboard
SBSouth Bay (California)
SBSit Back
SBSnowball
SBStony Brook (SUNY)
SBSmall Blind (poker)
SBSrimad Bhagavatam (Puranic scripture)
SBSolomon Islands (ISO country code, top level domain)
SBSpongeBob (SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon character)
SBSaarbrücken (German city)
SBStructural Biology (various schools)
SBSupervisory Board (various companies)
SBStandby
SBStudent Body
SBAntimony (Stibium)
SBSeason Best (athletics scoring)
SBSunset Beach
SBSpina Bifida
SBSound Board
SBStarbucks (coffee shop)
SBSonic Boom
SBSuperBike (motorcycling)
SBSugar Baby
SBSystem Builder
SBSouth Beach (Miami, FL)
SBSwitchboard
SBStrong Bad (Homestarrunner.com character)
SBShaw Brothers (Kung-Fu film producers)
SBSoybean
SBSmithKline Beecham (UK)
SBSmash Bros (game)
SBSpybot (Search & Destroy)
SBSandra Bullock (actress)
SBSouthern Baptist
SBStarbase (gaming)
SBSt. Pierre & Miquelon
SBSouth Bridge
SBSuperboy
SBSandy Beach (Camp Yawgoog, BSA)
SBStudent Book
SBSecurity Breach
SBSkate Boarding
SBSmall Bowel
SBSengoku Basara (video game)
SBStoryboard
SBSoftware Business
SBStar Bulletin (Honolulu newspaper)
SBService Bureau
SBSouthwestern Bell (telephone)
SBSmall Boat
SBShadowbane (online game)
SBSuper Balance
SBSpace Bar
SBShoot Boxing (Japan)
SBSarah Brightman (musician)
SBSo Bored
SBSkybox (cards)
SBSunset Boulevard (movie)
SBSkyBlade (gaming)
SBSpace-Based
SBSlow Burn
SBSexy Beast (TV show)
SBSpecial Branch (Met Police, London)
SBSouth Bound
SBShipping Bill (various organizations)
SBSpeed Brake
SBSex Bomb
SBSexy Beach (game)
SBSide Band
SBSirius Black (Harry Potter)
SBSelbstbedienung (German: self service)
SBSodium Benzoate
SBSpoiled Brat
SBSONICblue (electronics company)
SBStealth Bomber
SBSpaceballs (Mel Brooks movie)
SBSymphonic Band
SBSonic Battle (game)
SBSyndicate Bank (India)
SBSupply Bulletin
SBStibium (Antimony)
SBSoft Ball
SBSmoke Break
SBSelf-Booting (CD)
SBSuperintendencia de Bancos (Spanish)
SBSuperBrawl (World Championship Wrestling event)
SBSustainment Brigade (US Army)
SBSerum Bilirubin
SBSoftbound
SBSistema Bancario (Guatemala)
SBSangguniang Bayan
SBSick Bay (military)
SBStrictly Business
SBSelection Board
SBSmart Bomb
SBSinus Bradycardia
SBStilb (CGS unit)
SBStock Book (philately)
SBStar Base (Star Trek)
SBSin Banderas (musical group)
SBShot Blocked (basketball)
SBSub-Basement
SBSawyer Brown (country music artist)
SBSession Bean (Enterprise JavaBean)
SBSpousal Benefit
SBSurface Barrier
SBStem Borer
SBService Battalion
SBSystem Busy (Nortel)
SBStatus Board
SBSeventeen or Bust (distributed computing project)
SBSecondary Branches
SBSpirit Breaker (Dota Hero, game)
SBSuperBoard
SBSafe Berth
SBSurface Burning
SBSecurity Blankets
SBSauble Beach (Ontario, Canada)
SBSoul Blazer (gaming)
SBStraight Bond
SBStarBattle (gaming)
SBStill Birth
SBStrong Base Ion Exchange
SBStatBar (website)
SBSurveillant de Baignade (French: Lifeguard)
SBSociété de Biologie (French: Biology Society)
SBShotgun Blues (Guns N' Roses song)
SBSquirrel Bait (band)
SBSort Buffer
SBSinai Beach (band)
SBSimultaneous Broadcast
SBSalary Band
SBStand Bold
SBSalcobrand (pharmacy; Chile)
SBSync Byte (ITU-T)
SBSurface Burst
SBSignal Battery
SBShiny Beast (band)
SBSerene Byte
SBStinger Basic (US DoD)
SBStandard Babylonian
SBSequence Breaking (video games)
SBSuggested Bid
SBSouth Buffalo Railway Company
SBSweater Boy
SBScleral Buckling Procedure (ophthalmology)
SBSentinel Byte
SBSurety Bong (criminal justice)
SBStandby Base
SBSuper Byte
SBSphere Bound
SBSmile Brigade (band)
SBAir Caledonie International, New Caledonia (IATA airline code)
SBSteelbeak (Disney Character)
SBScotia Band (Scotia, CA)
SBSeventh Barrier (gaming clan)
SBSonic Bilby
SBSeva Bharati (Orissa, India)
SBSolarbotics Ltd. (robot company)
SBSymmetry Braking
SBSveskeBanden (Danish online gaming league)
SBSkip Briefing (gaming)
SBShippensburg Band (Shippensburg, PA)
SBSide Bend/ing
SBSpanish Booster (language services)
SBSteve Biko/Bantu (symbol of black resistance to the Apartheid regime)
SBShort Along Bit Lines
SBSynchronizing Busbar
SBSummerfest Boyz
SBSea-Based Strategic Warfare
SBStamford Baffles
SBSpam Breaker
References in classic literature ?
By being 'present in a subject' I do not mean present as parts are present in a whole, but being incapable of existence apart from the said subject.
From the first the mere anecdote, the mere statement I might say, that such a thing had happened on the high seas, appeared to me a sufficient subject for meditation.
As it was, he impressed himself professionally on Europe to an extent that made his comparative personal obscurity, and the failure of Oxford to do justice to his eminence, a puzzle to foreign specialists in his subject. I do not blame Oxford, because I think Oxford is quite right in demanding a certain social amenity from its nurslings
Only in the Northern Beetle, in a comic article on the singer Drabanti, who had lost his voice, there was a contemptuous allusion to Koznishev's book, suggesting that the book had been long ago seen through by everyone, and was a subject of general ridicule.
I have no need to observe that I do not wilfully or negligently mislead my readers and that before I wrote that description I took pains to investigate the subject. There are about thirty cases on record, of which the most famous, that of the Countess Cornelia de Baudi Cesenate, was minutely investigated and described by Giuseppe Bianchini, a prebendary of Verona, otherwise distinguished in letters, who published an account of it at Verona in 1731, which he afterwards republished at Rome.
No man will subject himself to the ridicule of pretending that any natural connection subsists between the sun or the seasons, and the period within which human virtue can bear the temptations of power.
No, you needn't leave us; it's a subject in which you are interested.
And the different forms of government make laws democratical, aristocratical, tyrannical, with a view to their several interests; and these laws, which are made by them for their own interests, are the justice which they deliver to their subjects, and him who transgresses them they punish as a breaker of the law, and unjust.
The subject which wholly engrossed Natasha's attention was her family: that is, her husband whom she had to keep so that he should belong entirely to her and to the home, and the children whom she had to bear, bring into the world, nurse, and bring up.
In plain truth, she had simply taken her place in my mind, to the exclusion of every other person and every other subject. In ten days she had taken a hold on my sympathies of which other women would have failed to possess themselves in so many years.
It is not, perhaps, necessary to enumerate so many reasons why the author of the Scottish Novels, as they were then exclusively termed, should be desirous to make an experiment on a subject purely English.
This will soon make him odious to his subjects, and becoming poor he will be little valued by any one; thus, with his liberality, having offended many and rewarded few, he is affected by the very first trouble and imperilled by whatever may be the first danger; recognizing this himself, and wishing to draw back from it, he runs at once into the reproach of being miserly.