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Explain the necessity of restricting immigration to (a) prospective immigrants, (b) immigrants just granted admission to the country, (c) persons just refused admission, (d) exploiters of cheap labor, (e) ordinary citizens.

Describe the typical evening of a spendthrift in a city to (a) a poor man, (b) a miser, (c) the spendthrift's mother, (d) his employer, (e) a detective who suspects him of theft. 18.

e royal infant.

For instance, in comparing the and these, although the one sound of the two letters, t and h, puzzled him, and likewise the silent e, he conjectured that the s must stand for the hissing sound; and when he looked at other words which had that sound, and perceived an s in every one of them, then he was sure of it.

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2*** E-text prepared by Juliet Sutherland, David King, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team THE GREAT EVENTS BY FAMOUS HISTORIANS VOLUME II A COMPREHENSIVE AND READABLE ACCOUNT OF THE WORLD'S HISTORY.

English Chatacter set encoding: US-ASCII ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK AUNT JANE'S NIECES*** E-text prepared by Afra Ullah, Josephine Paolucci, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team AUNT JANE'S NIECES By EDITH VAN DYNE 1906 A LIST OF CHAPTERS CHAPTER

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E Elia in translation, 504.

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A, round beef; B, sirloin beef; C, rib beef; D, leg of mutton; E, spare rib of pork; F, salt pork; G, smoked ham; H, fresh codfish; I, oysters; J, milk; K, butter; L, cheese; M, eggs; N, wheat bread; O, corn meal; P, oatmeal; Q, dried beans; R, rice; S, potatoes; T, sugar.

(Anterior view.) A, hyoid bone; B, thyro-hyoid membrane; C, thyroid cartilage; D, erico-thyroid membrane; E, cricoid cartilage, lateral ligaments seen on each side; F, upper ring of the trachea.

C, nasal cavities; T, tongue; L, lower jaw; M, mouth; U, uvula; E, epiglottis; G, larynx; O, oesophagus.

A, epiglottis; B, thyroid cartilage; C, arytenoid cartilage; D, ligament connecting lower cornu of the thyroid with the back of the cricoid cartilage; E, cricoid cartilage; F, upper ring of the trachea.

(Showing the vocal cords.) A, epiglottis; B, section of hyoid bone; C, superior vocal cord; D, ventricle of the larynx; E, inferior vocal cord; F, section of the thyroid cartilage; H, section of anterior portion of the cricoid cartilage; K, trachea; L, section of the posterior portion of the cricoid cartilage; M, arytenoid cartilage; N, section of the arytenoid muscle.

The true vowels, a, e, i, o, u, can all be sounded alone, and may be prolonged in expiration.

From the center of the cork is attached a rubber band by means of a staple driven through the cork, the other end of which (D) is attached to the center of a disk of rubber (E) such as dentists use.

At the points E, F, G, H, pins are placed, to which elastic bands may be attached (A).

The elastic band F G represents the external intercostal muscles, and E H, the internal intercostals.

If now the elastic band E H be removed, the remaining band, F G, will tend to bring the two points to which it is attached, nearer together, and the result will be that the bars A B and C D will be drawn upwards (B), that is, in the same direction as the ribs in the act of inspiration.

When the elastic band E H is allowed to exert its force, the opposite effect will be produced (C); in this case representing the position of the ribs in an act of expiration.

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y c f g l m w b k p q x z. E predominates, however, so remarkably that an individual sentence of any length is rarely seen, in which it is not the prevailing character.

As our predominant character is 8, we will commence by assuming it as the e of the natural alphabet.

To verify the supposition, let us observe if the 8 be seen often in couplesfor e is doubled with great frequency in Englishin such words, for example, as 'meet,' 'fleet,' speed,' 'seen,' 'been,' 'agree,' etc.

It will stand thus: 5 represents a + " d 8 " e 3 " g 4 " h 6 " i * " n $ " o ( " r ; " t "We have, therefore, no less than ten of the most important letters represented, and it will be unnecessary to proceed with the details of the solution.

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See E-Book#1498, https://www.gutenberg.org/etext98/31blh10.txt or https://www.gutenberg.org/etext98/31blh10.zip The numbering of volumes in the earlier set reflected the order in which the lectures were given.

Y-e-s GRANDMOTHER.

Y-e-s OLD SOLDIER.

Y-e-s OLD SOLDIER.

Y-e-s OLD SOLDIER.

Y-e-s, Old Soldier.

"Mr. Bunnett 'is name was, and 'e come down and took Farmer Hall's 'ouse for the summer.

Over sixty 'e was, and old enough to know better.

"Tha was Bob Pretty all over, that was; the biggest raskel Claybury 'as ever had; and it wasn't the fust bit o' money 'e made out

I never see a man so fond of animals as 'e was, and if he had 'ad 'is way Claybury would 'ave been overrun by 'em by this time.

The day arter 'e got to the farm he couldn't eat 'is breakfuss because of a pig that was being killed in the yard, and it was no good pointing out to 'im that the pig was on'y making a fuss about it because it was its nature so to do.

He lived on wegetables and such like, and the way 'e carried on one day over 'arf a biled caterpillar 'e found in his cabbage wouldn't be believed.

He lived on wegetables and such like, and the way 'e carried on one day over 'arf a biled caterpillar 'e found in his cabbage wouldn't be believed.

"He 'adn't been in Claybury more than a week afore he said 'ow surprised 'e was to see 'ow pore dumb animals was treated.

"If he'd ha' known Claybury men better 'e wouldn't ha' done it.

He was surprised to find that Bob hadn't 'eard anything of the gold watch 'e was offering, but Bob said he was a busy, 'ard-working man and didn't 'ave no time to go to hear speeches or listen to tittle-tattle.

She ain't strong, pore thing, and it's better than wasting time and money up at the "Cauliflower."' "He 'ad a lot o' talk with Mr. Bunnett for the next day or two, and when 'e went round with the toad on the third day as lively and well as possible the old gen'leman said it was a miracle.

'His food ain't been agreeing with 'im lately and he's starving hisself for a bit to get round agin, and 'e knew that 'e couldn't trust hisself alongside o' this biskit.

'His food ain't been agreeing with 'im lately and he's starving hisself for a bit to get round agin, and 'e knew that 'e couldn't trust hisself alongside o' this biskit.

"He bid Mr. Bunnett good-bye becos 'e said he'd got to get back to 'is work, and Mr. Bunnett had 'ardly got 'ome afore Henery Walker turned up full of anxiousness to ask his advice about five little baby kittens wot 'is old cat had found in the wash-place: the night afore.

Peter Gubbins offered for to take two, and Mr. Bunnett told Henery Walker next day that 'e could ha' found 'omes for 'em ten times over.

And I spoke to Mr. Chambers about drowning 'is kittens, and he told me 'e hadn't slept a wink ever since.

They give Bob credit for too much sense to waste time over wot they knew 'e couldn't get, but arter they 'ad heard one or two things they got alarmed, and pretty near the whole village went up to see Mr. Bunnett and tell 'im about Bob's true character.

Mr. Bunnett couldn't believe 'em at fast, but arter they 'ad told 'im of Bob's poaching and the artful ways and tricks he 'ad of getting money as didn't belong to 'im 'e began to think different.

He spoke to parson about 'im, and arter that 'e said he never wanted for to see Bob Pretty's face again.

Cos I deserves it.' "They all laughed agin, and Bill Chambers laughed so 'arty that 'e joggled Peter Gubbins's arm and upset 'is beer.

e was goin' to do with the money, and by an by Sam Jones dared 'im to 'ave the same bet with 'im in sixpences.

"Bob Pretty 'ad a pint more beer to think it over, and arter Bill Chambers 'ad stood 'im another, he said 'e would.

"'But 'e can't win,' ses Sam Jones, looking a bit upset.

'Why, Mr. Bunnett said 'e ought to be locked up.' "'He's been led away,' ses Bob Pretty, shaking his 'ead.

'He's a kind-'arted old gen'leman when 'e's left alone, and he'll soon see wot a mistake 'e's made about me.

'He's a kind-'arted old gen'leman when 'e's left alone, and he'll soon see wot a mistake 'e's made about me.

Arter which they began for to 'ave a more cheerful way of looking at things; and Sam Jones said 'e was going to 'ave a hole bored through 'is sixpence and wear it round 'is neck to aggravate Bob Pretty with.

He ain't been wot I might call hisself for the last day or two, and I thought a little fresh air might do 'im good.' "Mr. Bunnett just looked at him, and then 'e passed 'im by without a word.

Call 'im off!' "Bob said arterwards that 'e was foolish enough to lose 'is presence o' mind for a moment, and instead o' doing anything he stood there gaping with 'is mouth open.

Then he 'elped Mr. Bunnett look at 'is leg, and arter pointing out that the skin wasn't hardly broken, and saying that Joseph 'ad got the best mouth of any dog in Claybury, 'e walked 'ome with the old gen'leman and got the watch.

He said Mr. Bunnett made a little speech when 'e gave it to 'im wot he couldn't remember, and wot he wouldn't repeat if 'e could.

He said Mr. Bunnett made a little speech when 'e gave it to 'im wot he couldn't remember, and wot he wouldn't repeat if 'e could.

"He came up to this 'ere Cauliflower public-'ouse the same night for the money 'e had won, and Bill Chambers made another speech, but, as Smith the landlord put' in outside for it, it didn't do Bob

[e], which, though a burden somewhat grievous, brought him ample compensation, by connecting him with the neighbouring proprietors, and placing him under the guardianship of a potent chieftain.

[e] So also Chron.

"Mentre che io canto, o Dio redentore, Vedo l'Italia tutta a fiamma e foco, Per questi Galli, che con gran valore Vengon, per disertar non so che loco: Però vi lascio in questo vano amore

[Footnote 2: "Fugge tra selve spaventose e scure, Per lochi inabitati, ermi e selvaggi.

[Footnote 2: "Fugge tra selve spaventose e scure, Per lochi inabitati, ermi e selvaggi.

Il mover de le frondi e di verzure Che di cerri sentia, d' olmi e di faggi, Fatto le avea con subite paure Trovar di quà e di strani viaggi; Ch' ad ogni ombra veduta o in monte o in valle Temea

Il mover de le frondi e di verzure Che di cerri sentia, d' olmi e di faggi, Fatto le avea con subite paure Trovar di quà e di strani viaggi; Ch' ad ogni ombra veduta o in monte o in valle Temea

Il mover de le frondi e di verzure Che di cerri sentia, d' olmi e di faggi, Fatto le avea con subite paure Trovar di quà e di strani viaggi; Ch' ad ogni ombra veduta o in monte o in valle Temea

[Footnote 3: "Ecco non lungi un bel cespuglio vede Di spin fioriti e di vermiglic rôse, Che de le liquide onde al specchio siede, Chiuso dal Sol fra l' alte quercie ombrose; ] [Footnote 4: And how lovely is this!

"E fuor di quel cespuglio oscuro e cieco Fa di se bella et improvvisa mostra, Come di selva o fuor d'ombroso speco Diana in scena, o Citerea si mostra," &c. St. 52.]

"E fuor di quel cespuglio oscuro e cieco Fa di se bella et improvvisa mostra, Come di selva o fuor d'ombroso speco Diana in scena, o Citerea si mostra," &c. St. 52.]

E così spesi la mia fanciullezza, In caccie, in giochi d'arme e in cavalcare; mi par che convenga a gentilezza, Star tutto il giorno ne' libri a pensare; Ma la forza del corpo e la destrezza Conviensi al cavaliero esercitare; Dottrina al prete, ed al dottor sta bene; Io tanto saccio quanto mi conviene.

Rispose Orlando: Io tiro teco a un seguo, Che l'armi son del'uomo il primo onore; Ma non già che 'l saper faccia un men degno, Anzi l'adorna com' un prato il fiore; Ed è simile a un bove, a un sasso, a un legno, Che non pensa a l'eterno Creatore; ben si puo pensar, senza dottrina, La somma maestade, alta e divina.

Ora ti prego, che a quel ch' io domando Risponda il vero, a d' uomo pregiato; Se in se' veramente quell' Orlando, Che vien tanto nel mondo nominato; E perchè qui sei giunto, e come, e quando; E se mai fosti ancora innamorato; Perche ogni cavalier, ch'è senza amore, Se in vista è vivo, vivo senza core.

E perchè teco piu largo ragiono, Voglio the sappi che 'l mio cor è in mano De la figliuola del

Or d'una cosa ti voglio pregare, Che, prima che vegnamo e cotal piato, Quella donzella, che 'l tuo cor disia, Tu l'abbandoni e lascila per mia.

Re possente, Temendo dal Pagan esser tradito, Saltò sopra 'l destrier subitamente; Onde rispose con animo ardito: Lasciar colei non posso per niente; E s'io potess, ancora io non vorria; Avertela convien per altra via.

E, sopra ogn'altro error, via più pentita Era del ben che già a Rinaldo volse.

Si dispose operar con succo d'erbe, Ch'a più matura vita lo riserbe. E ricordossi che passando avea Veduta un'erba in una piaggia amena; Fosse dittamo, o fosse panacea, O non so qual di tal effetto piena, Che stagna il sangue, e de la piaga rea Leva ogni spasmo e perigliosa pena, La trovò non lontana, e, quella côlta, Dove lasciato avea Medor, diè volta.

he-e-e!how he laughs when he recurs to those days of the long, long ago, with their miserable little swindles, no better than farthing candles, (allowable rhyme,) and their puny dodges devised for flagellating LUCIFER round a stump.

We heard a discourse from a Rev. Dr. E, upon the conduct of the young ruler who inquired his duty of Christ.

They had to marry, but monogamy was requested; (e) the use of opium, tobacco and alcohol was prohibited, prostitution was illegal; (f) foreigners were regarded as equals, capitulations as the Manchus had accepted were not recognized.

Alan L. Rosenblum (E); 13Apr70; R483526.

Alan L. Rosenblum (E); 13Apr70; R483529.

Alan L. Rosenblum (E); 13Apr70; R483527.

Alan L. Rosenblum (E); 13Apr70; R483531.

Alan L. Rosenblum (E); 13Apr70; R483530.

Rene Bourgne (E); 8Aug72; R534105.

Nina Forbes Bowman (E); 12Jun72; R531625.

Michel Bataille (E); 10Aug72; R534109.

Alfred Cecil Harwood & Arthur Owen Barfield (E); 24Aug72; R535044. LEWIS, JACK.

Margaret H. Lebenbaum (E of B. Harrow) & Percy M. Apfelbaum (A); 22Nov72; R539431.

s 2701 occurrences

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He's m-m-meaning to w-w-wade in, too, I reckon, and when you s-s-smell the fish c-c-cooking you'll be s-s-sorry you said what you did.

He's m-m-meaning to w-w-wade in, too, I reckon, and when you s-s-smell the fish c-c-cooking you'll be s-s-sorry you said what you did.

He's m-m-meaning to w-w-wade in, too, I reckon, and when you s-s-smell the fish c-c-cooking you'll be s-s-sorry you said what you did.

"W-w-why, y-y-you s-s-see, It-that is, there's s-s-somebodyoh!

"W-w-why, y-y-you s-s-see, It-that is, there's s-s-somebodyoh!

"W-w-why, y-y-you s-s-see, It-that is, there's s-s-somebodyoh!

"W-w-why, y-y-you s-s-see, It-that is, there's s-s-somebodyoh!

You're the greatest hand to s-s-suspect anybody I ever s-s-saw, Bandy-legs.

Now, I want you to k-k-know that I think Obed the s-s-straight g-g-goods, and I'm taking a heap of s-s-stock in seeing that bully f-f-fur f-f-farm of his tomorrow; ain't you, Max?" "Certainly I am," replied the other, without a second's hesitation.

415 Or rather stay to taste the mild delights Of pensive [S] Underwalden's pastoral heights?

[Footnote S: The people of this Canton are supposed to be of a more melancholy disposition than the other inhabitants of the Alps: this, if true, may proceed from their living more secluded.]

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It is mentioned again in "Barbara S" and "Old China.

BARBARA S, 230, 421.

K Kelly, Fanny, and BARBARA S, 421. and Mrs. Siddons, 422.

on Hazlitt s opinion of Sidney, 248.

Relations, poor, Lamb s essay on, 178, 408.

S St. Dunstan's giants, 192, 410.

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Sleda succeeded to his father, Erkinwin, the founder of' the monarchy, and made way for his son, Sebert, who, being nephew to Ethelbert, King of Kent, was persuaded by that prince to embrace the Christian faith [s].

The several kings, too, being extremely impoverished by continual benefactions to the church to which the states of their kingdoms had weakly assented, could bestow no rewards on valour or military services, and retained not even sufficient influence to support their government [s].

[s] Bedae Epist.

He concealed himself under a peasant’s habit, and lived some time in the house of a neat-herd, who had been intrusted with the care of some of his cows [s].

These ravagers, sailing next to Sussex, began to plunder the country near Chichester; but the order which Alfred had every where established, sufficed here, without his presence, for the defence of the place; and the rebels, meeting with a new repulse, in which many of them were killed, and some of their ships taken [s], were obliged to put again to sea, and were discouraged from attempting any other enterprise.

The Saxon Chronicle fixes the death of this prince in 925 [s]: his kingdom devolved to Athelstan, his natural son.

[s] Page 110.]

Waltheof, who long defended York with great courage, was allured with this appearance of clemency; and as William knew how to esteem valour, even in an enemy, that nobleman had no reason to repent of his confidences [s].

[s] See note [K], at the end of the volume.

[s] West's inquiry into the manner of creating peers, p. 24.

[s] Id. p. 153.

[s] M. Paris, p. 315.

[FN [s] M. Paris, p. 667.]

Allor s' arretra, e dubbio alquanto resta, Fra dicendo: Or qui che vaglion l'armi? Nelle fauci de' mostri, e 'n gola a questa Divoratrice fiamma andrò a gettarmi?

so s' io dica in corpo o in sepoltura.

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I am the troth-plight wife of Clitophon, The Prince of Babylon; hee has my hart, And theres no share for others.

So did that happy family live 'the gentle life' for some two years; till cacao rose again in price, the tax on the churches was taken off, and the F-s returned again to the world: but not to civilisation and Christianity.

s, Traffiques, AND Discoveries OF THE ENGLISH NATION.

And thei seyn, that whan he schalle come in to another world, he schalle not ben with outen an hows, ne with owten hors, ne with outen gold and sylver: and the mare schalle zeven him mylk, and bryngen him forthe mo hors, tille he be wel stored in the tother world.

rubber, India rubber, Indian rubber, latex, caoutchouc, whalebone, gum elastic, baleen, natural rubber; neoprene, synthetic rubber, Buna- S, plastic.

At the same moment someone started a cheer for Katherine down at the other end of the table, and the response was actually deafening: You're the B-E-S-T, best, Of all the R-E-S-T, rest, O, I love you, I love you all the T-I-M-E, time!

At the same moment someone started a cheer for Katherine down at the other end of the table, and the response was actually deafening: You're the B-E-S-T, best, Of all the R-E-S-T, rest, O, I love you, I love you all the T-I-M-E, time!

Lady, if strangers that [do] wish you well May be so bould to aske, pray whats the cause That you

Thats decreed For in such tearms I meane to sett hym fourthe

No, thats not so good: May all theire soundnes tourne toth poxes foode.

Theres no comparysson: a sparke, sayd I?

Thy pardon, Richard: love thats too vyolent Is evermore with some straunge myscheifs spentt.

Foule desperatyon ceaze thee, & whats worsse Dye with thy mothers last breathd heavye cursse.

Nay, whats more, The beast he rydds on is not usuall, Tys neyther horsse nor asse, and yet a beast Nymble & fytt for burthen.

I J K L M N O P Q R S T

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She may not bother about the whys an' wherefores, but she's got the statistics.

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And I will mourn upon A U, The death of L N G, And all the charming maids of Q Will pity the poor B. I will hum soft her L E G, The reason some ask Y, Because the maiden could not C, By me she lost her I. To soothe ye damsels I'll S A, Far sooner would I B Myself in funeral R A, Than wound one fair at T. F.H.

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Naw, seh, 'taint s' bad 's that.

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As for me, without my I-s, I should be as poorly off as the great mole of Hadrian, which, being the biggest, must be also, by parity of reason, the blindest in the world.

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S Senegal (river) account of, 7, 14.

Give me S-Salmon.

" "But you said s-something was on?" "No, I didn't.

"S-something," he said, calmly and surely mastering his fate"s-something is happening to-night.

C-can you give me any indication, w-without actually s-saying it, you know?"

The news editor, S Krishnamoorty, popularly known as SKM, who regarded by many as more powerful then the editor because of his close relationship with Ramnath Goenka, The Indian Express proprietor.

S Vaidyanathan, the former Financial Express chief-sub who's role in stabilising the Herald desk often goes largely unmentioned today, did his usual thorough job on the desk, and we trainees simply joined in the fun with our prank calls what not.)

Chapter 8: Rural Goa, unheard, unsung... Melvyn S. MisquitaMelvyn S Misquita represents a trend among some of the younger journalists well-educated (he holds two M.A. degrees), Net-savvy, and eager to extend the boundaries of journalism in Goa should be looking at, apart from just the Secretariat.

Our friend S lately bought an irish girl for three years, and in a few days discovered he was likely to have a greater increase of his family than he bargained for; we had the laugh sadly against him on this occasion; I sincerely believe the jew regrets his new purchase is not a few shades darker.

I confess that such conceptions are hard to attain.... Can't you do M S up in your next letter, and send her to me on approbation?

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If you are curious to see them, Goepferdt could send you sheets R and S as soon as they have been printed off.

The benefit is generall; the crowne Of praise particular, and thats thine owne.

The famous Deutsches Wörterbuch of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, after many years of preparation, began to be printed in 1852; Jacob Grimm himself died in 1863, in the middle of the letter F; the work is expected to reach the end of S by the close of the century.

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s was on file, and the muskets and accouterments were ready packed for delivery to him.

"B-R-E, DOUBLE-U, S, T-E-R, BREWSTER!" sang the Washington rooters in ecstasy.

Another cheer rent the air: "B-R-E, DOUBLE-U, S, T-E-R, BREWSTER!" Sahwah sat up.

The hater of whys turned upon her sister: "Nan, what's the matter?...

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I see all them army heroesthe vets and the dentists and the S O Seach with a skirt, and I passes Matthews, here, with his skirt clingin' to him like a cootie.

Metropolitan readiness tests, form S: directions for administering and key for scoring.

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The formulæ used in calculating the results of impact tests in bending when the load is applied at the centre up to the elastic limit are as follows: 3 W H l (1) r = - D b h^{2} F S l^{2} (2) E = - 6 D h W H (3) S = - l b h H = height of drop of hammer, including deflection, inches.

The formulæ used in calculating the results of impact tests in bending when the load is applied at the centre up to the elastic limit are as follows: 3 W H l (1) r = - D b h^{2} F S l^{2} (2) E = - 6 D h W H (3) S = - l b h H = height of drop of hammer, including deflection, inches.

S = modulus of elastic resilience, inch-pounds per cubic inch.

The letters N, E, S, and W indicate the cardinal points when known; when these are unknown, H, K, L, and M will be used.

all's one to me Whether you write it with an S, Dear girl, or with a C. April 1st.