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.
No; I'll let you have it some day, sis, and you shall do what you like with it.
F they knowed what kind uh varmints I wuz arter over there, they wouldn't begrudge me nuthin', sis.
Dear sis, You will be surprised to get a letter from me after all this time.
He looked at her drolly, and added: "You played up to me fine, sis."
“If we only had a sled to-day, sis could ride, and we could go on the river,” said Bob.
sis and I had a couple of sets the other day, and she pretty nearly licked me.
You know what Carl says when he disagrees with any one, don't you, sis?
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+)