Put another way, having penetrated the sis, he was then able to penetrate the CIA.
sis´yphos outwitted him by marking his sheep under their feet.
Beshrew me, sis, but since when didst thou shift to so fair a taste for—what was it?
F they knowed what kind uh varmints I wuz arter over there, they wouldn't begrudge me nuthin', sis.
sis, I made camp bread for twenty years afore you were born.
He looked at her drolly, and added: "You played up to me fine, sis."
No; I'll let you have it some day, sis, and you shall do what you like with it.
sis and I had a couple of sets the other day, and she pretty nearly licked me.
Dear sis, You will be surprised to get a letter from me after all this time.
He crope 'roun', he did, but no diffunce which a-way he creep, dar wuz ole sis Cow hawns p'intin' right straight at 'im.
1650s, abbreviated form of sister; in American English, applied generally to girls and young women (1859). It also was the familiar short form of Cecilie, Cicely, a common name for girls in the Middle English period.
Risky; succeed-or-be-ruined: Playing cornerback in the National Football League, particularly for a young player, is a sink-or-swim proposition (1668+)