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st

  

      abbrev. for   short ton  


Bury St Edmunds  
      n   a market town in E England, in Suffolk. Pop.: 31237 (1991)  
Court of St James's  
      n   the official name of the royal court of Britain  
Great St Bernard Pass  
      n   a pass over the W Alps, between SW central Switzerland and N Italy: noted for the hospice at the summit, founded in the 11th century. Height: 2469 m (8100 ft.)  
Hailsham of St Marylebone  
      n   Baron, title of Quintin (McGarel) Hogg ('kwɪntɪn). born 1907, British Conservative politician; Lord Chancellor (1970--74; 1979--87). He renounced his viscountcy in 1963 when he made an unsuccessful bid for the Conservative Party leadership; he became a life peer in 1970  
Knights of St. Columba  
      n   an international, semi-secret fraternal and charitable order for Catholic laymen, which originated in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 (the Knights of Columbus)  
Little St Bernard Pass  
      n   a pass over the Savoy Alps, between Bourg-Saint-Maurice, France, and La Thuile, Italy: 11th-century hospice. Height: 2187 m (7177 ft.)  
Newtown St Boswells  
      n   a village in SE Scotland, administrative centre of Scottish Borders: agricultural centre. Pop.: 1108 (1991)  
St  
      abbrev. for   Saint (all entries that are usually preceded by St are in this dictionary listed alphabetically under Saint)  
st.  
      abbrev. for  
1    stanza  
2    statute  
3      (Cricket)   stumped by  
St.  
      abbrev. for  
1    statute  
2    Strait  
3    Street  
-st  
      suffix      a variant of       -est   2  
St. Ex.  
      abbrev. for   stock exchange  
St John  
      n      Henry. See (1st Viscount)       Bolingbroke  
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St  
      abbrev. for   Saint (all entries that are usually preceded by St are in this dictionary listed alphabetically under Saint)  


Bury St Edmunds  
      n   a market town in E England, in Suffolk. Pop.: 31237 (1991)  
Court of St James's  
      n   the official name of the royal court of Britain  
Great St Bernard Pass  
      n   a pass over the W Alps, between SW central Switzerland and N Italy: noted for the hospice at the summit, founded in the 11th century. Height: 2469 m (8100 ft.)  
Hailsham of St Marylebone  
      n   Baron, title of Quintin (McGarel) Hogg ('kwɪntɪn). born 1907, British Conservative politician; Lord Chancellor (1970--74; 1979--87). He renounced his viscountcy in 1963 when he made an unsuccessful bid for the Conservative Party leadership; he became a life peer in 1970  
Knights of St. Columba  
      n   an international, semi-secret fraternal and charitable order for Catholic laymen, which originated in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 (the Knights of Columbus)  
Little St Bernard Pass  
      n   a pass over the Savoy Alps, between Bourg-Saint-Maurice, France, and La Thuile, Italy: 11th-century hospice. Height: 2187 m (7177 ft.)  
Newtown St Boswells  
      n   a village in SE Scotland, administrative centre of Scottish Borders: agricultural centre. Pop.: 1108 (1991)  
st  
      abbrev. for   short ton  
st.  
      abbrev. for  
1    stanza  
2    statute  
3      (Cricket)   stumped by  
St.  
      abbrev. for  
1    statute  
2    Strait  
3    Street  
-st  
      suffix      a variant of       -est   2  
St. Ex.  
      abbrev. for   stock exchange  
St John  
      n      Henry. See (1st Viscount)       Bolingbroke  

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stokes   , stoke  
      n   the cgs unit of kinematic viscosity, equal to the viscosity of a fluid in poise divided by its density in grams per cubic centimetre. 1 stokes is equivalent to 10--4 square metre per second,   (Symbol)    St         
     (C20: named after Sir George Stokes (1819--1903), British physicist)  


Bury St Edmunds  
      n   a market town in E England, in Suffolk. Pop.: 31237 (1991)  
Court of St James's  
      n   the official name of the royal court of Britain  
Great St Bernard Pass  
      n   a pass over the W Alps, between SW central Switzerland and N Italy: noted for the hospice at the summit, founded in the 11th century. Height: 2469 m (8100 ft.)  
Hailsham of St Marylebone  
      n   Baron, title of Quintin (McGarel) Hogg ('kwɪntɪn). born 1907, British Conservative politician; Lord Chancellor (1970--74; 1979--87). He renounced his viscountcy in 1963 when he made an unsuccessful bid for the Conservative Party leadership; he became a life peer in 1970  
Knights of St. Columba  
      n   an international, semi-secret fraternal and charitable order for Catholic laymen, which originated in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 (the Knights of Columbus)  
Little St Bernard Pass  
      n   a pass over the Savoy Alps, between Bourg-Saint-Maurice, France, and La Thuile, Italy: 11th-century hospice. Height: 2187 m (7177 ft.)  
Newtown St Boswells  
      n   a village in SE Scotland, administrative centre of Scottish Borders: agricultural centre. Pop.: 1108 (1991)  
st  
      abbrev. for   short ton  
St         
      abbrev. for   Saint (all entries that are usually preceded by St are in this dictionary listed alphabetically under Saint)  
st.  
      abbrev. for  
1    stanza  
2    statute  
3      (Cricket)   stumped by  
St.  
      abbrev. for  
1    statute  
2    Strait  
3    Street  
-st  
      suffix      a variant of       -est   2  
St. Ex.  
      abbrev. for   stock exchange  
St John  
      n      Henry. See (1st Viscount)       Bolingbroke  

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-st, st., -st, St John

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