PaceWildenstein showed gouaches by sol LeWitt, and Ameringer & Yohe Fine Art has landscapes by Hans Hoffman.
Some people turn nit into “night,” and the sol is solar, though it may be “salt” in Russian.
“I hope they get taken to jail,” tweeted sol Micaela on Tuesday.
John Baldesssari received a second trophy and made an even shorter one, thanking Giotto, Goya, Matisse, Duchamp, and sol LeWitt.
No one seems to have noticed the connection between this and Horace's allusion to sol, which is otherwise not easy to explain.
And with that shout, the man she most despised and hated, sol.
The other two did not awake and Henry and sol still did not stir.
You'll make a cold landing on sol before you'll get any help from me!
A hand was laid upon his arm; and, turning, he saw the murky black eyes and Indian-inked beard of sol beside him.
There's one thing I'm going to ask about on my next trip to sol—if I make one!
"the sun personified," mid-15c. (also in Old English), from Latin sol "the sun, sunlight," from PIE *s(e)wol-, variant of root *saewel- "the sun" (cf. Sanskrit suryah, Avestan hvar "sun, light, heavens;" Greek helios; Lithuanian saule; Old Church Slavonic slunice; Gothic sauil, Old English sol "sun," swegl "sky, heavens, the sun;" Welsh haul, Old Cornish heuul, Breton heol "sun;" Old Irish suil "eye").
The PIE element -*el- in the root originally was a suffix and had an alternative form -*en-, yielding *s(u)wen-, source of English sun (n.). French soleil (10c.) is from Vulgar Latin *soliculus, diminutive of sol; in Vulgar Latin diminutives had the full meaning of their principal words.
initialism from shit out of luck (though sometimes euphemised), 1917, World War I military slang. "Applicable to everything from death to being late for mess" [R. Lord, "Captain Boyd's Battery A.E.F."]
sol (sôl, sōl)
A colloidal dispersion of a solid in a liquid.
Shit out of luck; ruined; kaput: If the press gets ahold of this, we're SOL
[WWI armed forces; fr shit out of luck]
2. Second-Order lambda-calculus.
3. Semantic Operating Language. Language for manipulating semantic networks for building cognitive models, particularly for natural language understanding. "Explorations in Cognition", D.A. Norman et al, W.H. Freeman 1974.
4. Shit Outta Luck.