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Röhm had built a million-man-strong paramilitary band of street thugs, the brown-shirted Storm Troopers, or SA.
Even foreign officials like the Portuguese Consul-General in Hamburg were beaten up by SA thugs.
Like her Jersey Shore cast members, SallyAnn Salsano has a nickname that everyone calls her, SA.
“All the way from New Or- leeans to Je- ru- sa- lem,” Dylan sings.
Sa tasya khagena mahirṅsi kapiḥ samas tṁ sukuṇḍalṁ kruddhaḥ praćiććheda tad hanmns ṭvshṭrtmaǵasyeva irnsi akrah; Rmy.Zoological Mythology, Volume I (of 2)|Angelo de Gubernatis
Laurence Sterne, sa personne et ses ouvrages tude prcde dun fragment indit de Sterne.Laurence Sterne in Germany|Harvey Waterman Thayer
Now, that 'ock is 'sa 'avin' the time of its life—maturin' grandly; got a wonderful chance.The Foundations (Fourth Series Plays)|John Galsworthy
Sa nadúgay na, naurdinaryu na lang ang taas nga buhuk, After some time it became an ordinary thing to have long hair.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan|John U. Wolff
I have had sa lytill tyme that it is evill maid; bot I sall mak ane fairer in the meane tyme.Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587|Various