abbr. savings and loan.
S&L can refer to:
Savings and loan association, a kind of financial institution
- Savings and loan crisis, a financial crisis of Savings and Loan Association failures
- Strength & Loyalty, an album by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
- Snakes and Ladders
Usage examples of "s&l".
They had nothing to give up in the first place, for everybody else this love thy neighbor as thyself s a plain oxymoron, turned the whole country into a cradle of hypocrisy.
Come to London, wear these clothes, r these parcels - like a modelling job, an unusual modelling s possible, I suppose.
sense s agmen fr ting: Pascal sat three feet away from her as polite astranger.
Inside it, as Gini had dicted, were pile upon pile of socks: dark grey socks, black s, socks that matched the conservative suits and the image was building of a conservative ex-army man.
The day he took s picture, his camera had been lucky - for once it had captured .
Marianne s his comfort, the one person who could give meaning tohis e.
Sh e deScribed how She had Scanned, every day, the Beirut S in the newSpaperS.
Gini saw it s a button, a brass button, possibly a regimental button, or one e kind worn on blazers.
It was better to let s pass, and besides, she could not think about tomorrow, or kins, or a newspaper office.
she looked at her watch, s w it was almost five, and felt a dart of alarm.
I know is that on saturday at my party, I could see Lise s terribiv tense.
UpStairS, S nne waS now Sleeping peacefully, her EngliSh nanny keeping na h.
she headed south for the s offices, through heavy traffic, cursing the hold-ups and 6 lights.
sitting at e with a tape recorder and a script, or turning tricks with e fat slob in a car behind the gas-works up the streetT she tured out of the window to the wasteland that covered several s to the north of the station.
she tured out of the window to the wasteland that covered several s to the north of the station.