One read: “db cooper was a great man... the wheres waldo bandit will be better... SE ya gys in SEattle next (sic).”
Sí, SE puede was a rallying cry for American labor unions when Obama was still at high school.
With her characteristic fierce energy, Clinton poured herSElf into the fight, chanting “Si, SE puede” at rally after rally.
So it was a surpriSE that the first thing I noticed outside Havana airport this month was a mural proclaiming “ Sí, SE puede.”
What I usually depend upon is the tax credits from the kids and the EITC to offSEt the SE tax.
SE e cann ra stafa gescead, he hera heora fgernysSE, and rd a stafas, and understent hwt h gemna.
After which, thar ain't no SE'f respectin' camp that'll stand for my game.'
Cuando los dej, varios perros saltaron a la azotea por los tejados y, cogindolos, SE pusieron a jugar con ellos.
"I'SE warrant he's gleb eneuch to call for his siller when it's due to him," said a third.
Libri pestiferum virus in SE continentes, in promiscuam provinci Cant.
word-forming element, from Latin se-, collateral form of sed- "without, apart, aside, on one's own," related to sed, Latin reflexive pronoun (accusative and ablative), from PIE *sed-, extended form of root *s(w)e-, pronoun of the third person and reflexive (cf. German sich; see idiom).
The symbol for the element selenium.
The symbol for selenium.
A nonmetallic element that occurs in a gray crystalline form, as a red powder, or as a black glassy material. It is highly photosensitive and can be used to convert light into electricity. Its ability to conduct electricity also increases with higher exposure to light. For these reasons selenium is used in photocopying technology, photography, and solar cells. Atomic number 34; atomic weight 78.96; melting point 217°C; boiling point 684.9°C; specific gravity (gray) 4.79; (red) 4.5; (black) 4.28; valence 2, 4, or 6. See Periodic Table.
The country code for Sweden.