STatistical Interpretive Language.
["STIL User's Manual", C.F. Donaghey et al, Indust Eng Dept, U Houston (Aug 1969)].
The dresses she has worn at the Convention have both been from Talbot's, the discount yet stil prim-and-proper chain store.
For the more complicated forms of chiasmus consult Ngelsbach, stil.
When ye have sovght the citty rovnd, Yet stil this is the highst grovnd.
stilbite, stil′bīt, n. a pearly and foliated variety of zeolite.
We stil yuuz the in filological publicashonz, tho often allso the Greek θ.
stil hear and we were imbodied for prayers in the morning and then trained a little.
stil warm & wet som of our Rigiment discharged Home but none of our company.
The heirs of the original proprietors, or their purchasers, stil hold the soil.
Wherefore without power to abide in one place, she stil remoued to and fro wepying bitterly.
Rhode Island formerly took the same steps, and stil adheres to its liberality.