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may refer to:

  • sé, the word ' he', or the number six in the Irish language.
  • Sé, Hungary, a village in Hungary
  • The Portuguese word for See, used to denote the parish where the cathedral is located:
    • Sé (Angra do Heroísmo), a parish in Angra do Heroísmo, Azores Islands
    • Sé (Braga), a parish in Braga
    • Sé (Bragança), a parish in Bragança
    • Sé (Faro), a parish in Faro
    • Sé (Funchal), a parish in Funchal
    • Sé (Guarda), a parish in Guarda
    • Sé (Lamego), a parish in Lamego
    • Sé (Lisbon), a former parish in Lisbon
    • Sé (Portalegre), a parish in Portalegre
    • Sé (Porto), a parish in Porto
    • Sé (district of São Paulo), a district of São Paulo, Brazil
    • Subprefecture of Sé, São Paulo
    • Sé station, São Paulo Metrô
    • Sé, Macau, a parish in Macau, formerly a Portuguese overseas province
  • Lisbon Cathedral
  • , an album by Lúnasa

Sé (Bragança)

is a former civil parish in the municipality of Bragança, Portugal. In 2013, the parish merged into the new parish Sé, Santa Maria e Meixedo. The population in 2011 was 17,913, in an area of 10.72 km².

Sé (Angra do Heroísmo)

is a parish in the municipality of Angra do Heroísmo on the island of Terceira in the Azores. The population in 2011 was 955, in an area of 1.65 km². It is one of the smallest parishes in Angra do Heroísmo.

Sé (Funchal)

( Portuguese for Episcopal see) is a civil parish in the municipality of Funchal in the Autonomous Region of Madeira. It includes the historical centre of Funchal. The population in 2011 was 2,656, in an area of 3.82 km². Its administrative authority includes the distant, uninhabited Savage Islands, with an area of 2.73 km².

Se (instrument)

The se is an ancient Chinese plucked zither ( string instrument). It has a range of 25–50 strings with moveable bridges and has a range of up to five octaves.

Sé (district of São Paulo)

(Subprefeitura da Sé) is the name of the most central borough in the city of São Paulo, in Brazil, divided in eight districts. The name comes from the presence of São Paulo Cathedral (Catedral da Sé) in the borough, and it is also the name of the central square ( Praça da Sé). Also located in the Sé are the Pátio do Colégio, site of the foundation of the city in 1554, the São Paulo stock exchange (the Bovespa), the mayor's palace and other historical buildings, including the Municipal Theater of São Paulo, the São Paulo Music Hall ( Sala São Paulo) and the central railway Luz Station ( Estação da Luz).

Immigrant groups established in the Sé borough include Italians (in Bela Vista), Japanese (in Liberdade), and Jews (in Bom Retiro). Sé is also the borough with the largest number of subway stations. There are many areas of popular commerce, like the 25 de Março Street (one of the most popular area of commerce in Brazil, though often illegal), and high-class areas such as Pacaembu and Higienópolis. The famous Paulista Avenue (Avenida Paulista) is the southwest limit of this borough, with the borough of Pinheiros.

The neighbourhood (and the later city) has developed between the three ancient churches of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Saint Benedict and Saint Francis of Assisi (which part of it was expropriated by Emperor Pedro II for the stabilshment of the Law School)

This borough is also an important college center with the very traditional Law School of the University of São Paulo and Mackenzie University, founded by North American Presbyterian missionaries in the 19th century.

Sé (album)

is an album by Lúnasa. It was released in 2006 on Compass Records, and is the band's sixth major release. The album's name means 'six' in Irish.

Sé (Lisbon)

( English: See) is a former civil parish ( freguesia) in the city and municipality of Lisbon, Portugal. It had a total area of 0.12 km² and total population of 1,160 inhabitants (2001); density: 9,586.8 hab/km². It was created as a parish in 1150. At the administrative reorganization of Lisbon on 8 December 2012 it became part of the parish Santa Maria Maior.

SE

Se, se, or SE may refer to:

Sé (São Paulo Metro)

is a central station on Line 1 (Blue) and Line 3 (Red) of the São Paulo Metro.

Sé (Porto)

is a former civil parish in the municipality of Porto, Portugal. In 2013, the parish merged into the new parish Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau e Vitória. The population in 2011 was 3,460, in an area of 0.49 km².

Sé is one of the four districts within the UNESCO World Heritage Classified Zone of Porto, the others being São Nicolau, Vitória, and Miragaia.

Local landmarks include Porto Cathedral (which gave the name to the parish), Santa Clara Church, several chapels and episcopal buildings. It is also the location of the major São Bento train station.

Se (kana)

, in hiragana, or in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one mora. Both represent the sound , and when written with dakuten represent the sound [ze]. In the Ainu language, the katakana セ is sometimes written with a handakuten (which can be entered into a computer as either one character (セ゚) or two combined ones (セ゜)) to represent the sound, and is interchangeable with チェ.

Form

Rōmaji

Hiragana

Katakana

Normal s-
(さ行 sa-gyō)

Se

Sei
See

せい
せえ
せー

セイ
セエ
セー

Addition dakutenz-
(ざ行 za-gyō)

Ze

Zei
Zee

ぜい
ぜえ
ぜー

ゼイ
ゼエ
ゼー

Se (text editor)

se (screen-editor) is also known as the Georgia Tech Screen Editor. According to the README file in its sources, Se started out as the version of 'ed' that came with the book 'Software Tools', by Kernighan and Plauger, which was written in Ratfor.

Several people, including Dan Forsyth and Arnold Robbins worked on the program, making improvements before and after converting it to C in early 1985. The program was first posted to the comp.sources.unix newsgroup in December 1986. The final version noted in the external links dates from 1987.

There was also a different (and earlier) se screen-based editor for Unix, which was based on ed.

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Usage examples of "se".

But to extend the hypothesis so far as to suppose that species, aboriginally as distinct as carriers, tumblers, pouters, and fantails now are, should yield offspring perfectly fertile, inter se, seems to me rash in the extreme.

Rhapsody watched as the bright celestial light dimmed in the brightening sky, then began to sing her last customary aubade, the song to Seren, the star she was born beneath, on the other side of the world.

I would be happy to teach you the elegy for Seren, the aubade that the ancients composed upon leaving the old world.

Tymmeris for helmys war the tane, That thaim thoucht thane off gret bewte And alsua wondyr for to se.

The self-system, in other words, is the regime or codon of the human holon, and like all regimes, it is the opening or clearing in which correlative holons can manifest: it is Emptiness looking out through a separate self until that self simply reverts to Emptiness per se.

I tink it wuz Fizzers cozin Farf who wuz throwin da bomb most, sed we should pack beatle bugs fer lunch nex time cuz he wuz hungry.

I tripped lightly down the long northern slope with facilis descensus on my lips, and toiled up again, repeating sed revocare gradum.

Ita et de spiritu spiritus et de deo deus modulo alternum numerum, gradu non statu fecit, et a matrice non necessit sed excessit.

Adam iam non reverteretur ad vitam, sed in totum proiectus esset morti, victus esset deus et superasset serpentis nequitia voluntatem dei.

Sed quoniam deus invictus et magnanimis est, magnanimem quidem se exhibuit etc.

The judge, in giving sentence, said a condition, criminal per se, not fulfilled, did not invalidate an agreement--a sentence abounding in wisdom, especially in this instance.

Well father sed boys always fit and she mustent wurry about it he gessed Willy wood get over it.

Mytulus, et viles pellent, obstantia conchae, Et Lapathi brevis herba, sed albo non sine Coo.

Sed ego nimirum, dum omnes excusationis causas colligo ne cum Caesare conferar, hoc ipsum crimen arrogantiae subeo, quod me iudicio cuiusquam existimem posse cum Caesare comparari.

Quorum etsi paucitatem contemnebat, tamen pertinaciam magna poena esse adficiendam iudicabat, ne universa Gallia non sibi vires defuisse ad resistendum Romanis, sed constantiam putaret, neve hoc exemplo ceterae civitates locorum opportunitate fretae se vindicarent in libertatem, cum omnibus Gallis notum esse sciret reliquam esse unam aestatem suae provinciae, quam si sustinere potuissent, nullum ultra periculum vererentur.