Crossword clues for sas
- Swedish carrier
- Its hub is in Copenhagen
- Flier to Copenhagen
- Air letters?
- Traveler to 8-Down
- It serves Stockholm
- It lands at Landvetter
- Airline to 39-Down
- Nordic flier
- Stockholm-bound carrier
- Lander at Arlanda
- World's first carrier with a transpolar route
- An original Star Alliance airline
- Carrier to Bergen
- Airline in the Star Alliance
- Carrier in the Star Alliance
- Carrier that had a pioneering transpolar route
- Carrier with a frequent flier program called EuroBonus
- Carrier with a hub in Copenhagen
- An original member of the Star Alliance
- Carrier whose main hub is Kastrup airport
- Finnair alternative
- Flier to Bergen
- Finnair rival
- Copenhagen carrier
- Multinational carrier
- Parent of Air Greenland
- Carrier with the EuroBonus frequent flier program
- Carrier with a Copenhagen hub
- Nordic airline
- KLM competitor
- Scandinavian flier
- Airline to Oslo
- Airline to Stockholm
- KLM rival
- Carrier from Stockholm
- Airline out of Stockholm
- Eur. airline
- Eur. carrier
- Carrier to Oslo
- Carrier to Stockholm
- Trans-Atlantic carrier
- Carrier to Copenhagen
- KLM alternative
- Carrier to Sweden
- Intl. carrier
- Northern flier
- Airline with the first commercial flight over the North Pole
- Flier to Stockholm
- Carrier to Kaliningrad
- Copenhagen flier
- Carrier with the in-flight magazine Scanorama
- European carrier
- Flier to Helsinki
- Overseas carrier
- Polar route pioneer to LAX
- Carrier to Tampere
- Swedish flier
- Airline to Sweden
Saš is a village in the municipality of Tutin, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 42 people.
SAS was developed at North Carolina State University from 1966 until 1976, when SAS Institute was incorporated. SAS was further developed in the 1980s and 1990s with the addition of new statistical procedures, additional components and the introduction of JMP. A point-and-click interface was added in version 9 in 2004. A social media analytics product was added in 2010.
SAS is a television station in Adelaide, South Australia. It is part of the Australian Seven Network.
SAS-7 was originally known as SAS-10, commencing broadcasting on 26 July 1965, under the same owners as TVW-7 Perth. On 27 December 1987, SAS-10 and ADS-7 switched broadcast channels, ADS moving to channel 10, SAS moving to channel 7. As the television industry was consolidating in Australia, these channels had each become associated by ownership with interstate stations bearing the opposite channel numbers, so to simplify network interaction, they agreed to swap channel assignments and network affiliations in Adelaide. ADS was owned by Kerry Stokes who also owned NEW-10 and Capital Television. SAS was owned by TVW-7 starting from 1974 and thus, in 2 occasions, shared the same image campaigns as TVWs.
The station celebrated 40 years in 2005 with a special television program "Made in Adelaide 40 Years of Television".
Television shows made during the SAS-10 era include children's shows Fat Cat and Friends, The Early Birds, Crackerjack and Romper Room. Music shows included In Time, Trax and Simulrock. Variety talent shows included Adelaide's New Faces and Pot Luck. There was also the long running daytime show Touch of Elegance. SAS 10 employed actor Hedley Cullen as horror host Deadly Earnest, who was also seen in WA. From 1973 to 1989 the Christmas Appeal telethon was held each year.
The game show Wheel of Fortune originally commenced recordings in ADS-7 studios in July 1981 on the Seven Network and after the changeover to SAS-7 continued until July 1996 when the show moved to ATN-7 Sydney where it lasted to its cancellation in 2006.
Other shows after the change over included Fat Cat and Friends until 1992 and Trax until 1990.
Currently the station produces Discover, Seven News and local editions of Today Tonight, which outrates the national A Current Affair.
The last edition of Seven News and Today Tonight was broadcast from the Gilberton studios in North Adelaide on 14 December 2007. The station then moved to new premises at Hindmarsh on the corner of Port Road and Adam Street, from where Adelaide versions of Seven News and Today Tonight are produced
Son Altesse Sérénissime (His Serene Highness) is a series of espionage novels created by French author Gérard de Villiers, featuring prince Malko Linge as the lead character. Since 2006, the novels have been published in comic books, though aimed mainly at adults given their contents. In 2014, Vintage Books is publishing English versions of The Madmen of Benghazi and Chaos in Kabul, translated and adapted by William Rodarmor.
The novel's title is a play on initials: Son Altesse Sérénissime (SAS) is the French version of "His Serene Highness" (HSH); and the British Special Air Service (SAS) is the principal special forces unit of the British Army.
SAS Force is a fictional special forces military unit originated and designed by Palitoy as part of their Action Force range of 3 3/4 inch action figures and vehicles; similar to the G.I. Joe action figures and featured in a comic book series called Battle Action Force.
Usage examples of "sas".
I set up a system whereby I could drop pebbles of various sizes on the saser, while I was outside the cave, by means of a makeshift long-distance apparatus.
Suppose, instead, that it was a much smaller asteroid that struck a saser and that it disrupted cells with its sound vibration.
If I can find the right sonic wavelength, I can strike my saser in the proper manner, and with the proper force, to bathe the Earth in sonic vibrations that will, in a matter of a day or so, for it takes time for sound to travel, wipe out humanity, while scarcely touching other life-forms with nucleic acids of differing intimate structure.
I set up a system whereby I could drop pebbles of various sizes on the saser by means of a makeshift long-distance apparatus while I was outside the cave.
I can find the right sonic wavelength, I can strike my saser in the proper manner and with the proper force to bathe the Earth in sonic vibrations that will, in a matter of a day or so, for it takes time for sound to travel, wipe out humanity, while scarcely touching other life forms with nucleic acids of differing intimate structure.