1. a state in the Deep South; one of the original 13 colonies
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How To Use S.C. In A Sentence

  • Boeing made a well-informed, private business decision in locating its second 787 assembly line to North Charleston, S.C. The company weighed multiple business factors, but the bottom line was simple: keep the company globally competitive. Boeing Expansion in South Carolina Is a Smart Move
  • Gray was arrested on a S.C. warrant for violating a child custody order and taken to a correctional facility in Baltimore.
  • DARLINGTON, S.C. During a weekend when many of NASCAR's greatest drivers couldn't tame the toughest track on the Sprint Cup circuit, Denny Hamlin stole the show with a sweep. Denny Hamlin earns Darlington sweep with Southern 500 win
  • Navy officials, however, have a different view of his bedroom behavior at the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command, near Charleston, S.C. Even though there is no evidence the 21-year-old sailor committed any hanky-panky or that his friend was not permitted to visit, Jones has been charged with dereliction of duty. Navy seeks to discharge sailor found asleep in bed with another male sailor
  • DECANDIDO is the codeveloper of Star Trek: S.C.E., and has previously written Fatal Error, Cold Fusion, Here There Be Monsters, and the two-part War Stories; he also cowrote the two-part Invincible with David Mack. Breakdowns
  • First, the use of channels of interstate or foreign commerce which Congress deems are being misused, as, for example, the shipment of stolen goods (18 U.S.C. 2312 – 2315) or of persons who have been kidnaped (18 U.S.C. 1201). The Volokh Conspiracy » Charles Fried on the Constitutionality of the Health Care Mandate
  • The H-MESO1 xenografts used in these studies were grown s.c. in a mouse host, and some necrosis was evident as the tumors grew.
  • These sources also tell FITS that S.C. Ethics Commission Attorney Cathy Hazelwood may have permitted Miles to "backdate" one of his forms, or affix a prior date so as to make it appear that the document had been filed in a timely fashion. FITSNews
  • In an appearance in Rock Hill, S.C., Mr. Gingrich said Republicans can't defeat President Barack Obama with a candidate like Mr. Romney, whom he called insufficiently conservative. Candidates Brace for Brawl in South Carolina
  • Mick Zais did what no Republican has been able to do in sixteen years on Tuesday – capture the S.C. Superintendent of Education office. Zais Takes Education Post
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