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abbr. North Sulawesi, a province of Indonesia. init. 1 Sturmabteilung. 2 South Africa. 3 (context medicine English) sino-auricular. 4 small arms. 5 South America. 6 (context Australia English) South Australia, a state of Australia. 7 special agent 8 Société Anonyme. 9 (context in gay personal ads English) straight-acting. 10 Stage Accompany.


is a town in the Bingo Department of Boulkiemdé Province in central western Burkina Faso. It has a population of 1,442.

SA (album)

SA is Ami Suzuki's debut album released under label Sony Music Japan on 25 March 1999.

Sa (kana)

, in hiragana, or in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, which each represent one mora. Both represent . The shapes of these kana originate from 左 and 散, respectively.

Like き, the hiragana character may be written with or without linking the lower line to the rest of the character.

The character may be combined with a dakuten, changing it into ざ in hiragana, ザ in katakana, and za in Hepburn romanization. The pronunciation is also changed, to .





Normal s-
(さ行 sa-gyō)


, sah

さあ, さぁ

サア, サァ

Addition dakuten z-
(ざ行 za-gyō)


, zah

ざあ, ざぁ

ザア, ザァ

Sá (disambiguation)

may refer to:

  • Sá, surname
  • de Sá, surname
  • D'Sá, surname
SA (Samurai Attack)

SA (also known outside Japan as Samurai Attack) is a Japanese punk rock band. Their style of music has been described (in the liner notes of their own releases) as Oi! punk.

Sa (Javanese)

is one of syllable in Javanese script that represent the sound /sɔ/, /sa/. It is transliterated to Latin as "sa", and sometimes in Indonesian orthography as "so". It has another form (pasangan), which is , but represented by a single Unicode code point, U+A9B1.

Ša (cuneiform)

The cuneiform ša sign is a common, multi-use sign, a syllabic for ša, and an alphabetic sign used for š, or a; it is common in both the Epic of Gilgamesh over hundreds of years, and the 1350 BC Amarna letters.

Besides ša usage in word components of verbs, nouns, etc., it has a major usage between words. In Akkadian, for English language "who", it is an interrogative pronoun; in the Akkadian language as ša, (as "that", "what"; ("that (of)", "which (of)"), in English it used for who, what, which, etc..

Usage examples of "sa".

Wiggins shrugged off his bergan and unzipped the SSG 69, the renowned Austrian-built bolt-action SAS sniper rifle, which in trained hands can achieve a shot-grouping of less than forty centimeters at a range of eight hundred meters.

SAS combat teams always wear the best waterproof boots money can buy, and they carry in their bergans light thermal weatherproof sleeping bags, plus a quilted combat jacket in case the weather turns especially bad.

One by one the SAS men leapt ashore, with their big bergans now strapped onto their backs and holding their automatic rifles.

Sas was apparently the only living being, besides Kearn himself, to see this Esen Monster in person.

Palado, sas hollas loidud ni calonn, she prayed, glancing at the curtained alcove to her right.

He had been with Matsu, not Kiri, that night when the Makkon came to Tencho and killed Sa.

It was not the man she had expected to see, not that doughty old warrior, Goslin of Saer, who had visited the Scholia on Leal twice during her lifetime.

Stamina had been working in Valencia, where the German painter Marcal de Sas practiced the International Style to great renown.

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Landon was pretty sure the SAS officer had been cleared by positive vetting for constant access to top secret material.

He was sent on leave, remustered into the Army and, being still in service with the SAS, was posted to Northern Ireland again.

Kirsty out in the middle of the shaft, standing in the center of the retractable bridge, while the SAS took up positions on the circular catwalk all around them.

SAS Radisson Hotel in downtown Amman, the border crossings from Jordan into Israel, and two Christian holy sites, at a time when all these locations were likely to be thronged with American and other tourists.

SAS team could cope with anything except discovery, because that might very well mean death from an Arg helicopter gunship combing the area where someone had located them.

I have interviewed a Major Blair, who served in the SAS with Bellhanger, and Lance Corporal Sweeting, who now lives in Italy.