- socioeconomic status.
- the syllable used for the seventh tone of a scale and sometimes for the tone B.
Origin of si
First recorded in 1720–30; see origin at gamut
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The GSA spent some $1.1 million in bonuses in 2011, and each SES member received an average of 1.6 bonuses for the year.
According to the report, some $340 million in bonuses were paid out to SES members from 2008 to 2011.
In 2011, more than 6,300 cash bonuses were paid to SES members, for a total of $78 million.
The Department of the Navy paid $13,000 per SES member in 2011, according to the report.
Ses she, "Peter, cum in and see what purty chillun you've got."
I'd wash ag'in the queen 'erself, tho' I ses it as shouldn't.The Opal Serpent
I ses, very slow; 'Cap'n Tarbell 'as gone off for the evening.'Ship's Company, The Entire Collection
"With their hands in the chap's pockets, I mean," ses the tec.
"They seemed to me to be all hands, that's all I know about 'em," he ses.
- music a variant of te
- a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for the Xi
- Système International (d'Unités)See SI unit
- NZ South Island
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Word Origin and History for ses
"yes" in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese; from Latin sic "so" (see sic).
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- The symbol for the elementsilicon
- Système International (d'Unités) (International System of Units)
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- The symbol for silicon.
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