Crossword clues for sug
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sug \Sug\, n.
A kind of worm or larva.
vb. (cx informal English) To market a product or service by means of purported market research.
Sug (typeset as SuG) is a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in 2006. The band has released two EPs, five full-length studio albums, and several singles. Until 2009, the band was signed to "Indie PSC", a subdivision of PS Company. As of 2010, they have signed onto a major label, Pony Canyon. The band's tagline in promotional work is "Heavy Positive Rock".
Sug may refer to:
- Sug (typeset as SuG), a Japanese rock band
- Sulu (also spelled sug), an autonomous island province of the Philippines
- Surg, Birjand, South Khorasan Province, Iran, a village also known as Sūg
- Sug Cornelius (1906-1968), American baseball pitcher in the Negro Leagues
- SUG, IATA code for Surigao Airport, Philippines
- sug, ISO 639-3 code for the Suganga language, spoken in New Guinea
Usage examples of "sug".
In your opinion, does this sug- gestion, in any way, apply to, or explain, the behaviour of Ivy Templeton as reported in the entries on January 18 and February 20, 1967?
Accordingly, between 1134 and 1144 Suger totally rebuilt and readorned the abbey-church of St Denis, using all the resources at his command to create this new setting for the liturgy.
Suger had with difficulty quenched seditious plots among the barons, including one to set Louis aside in favor of his brother Robert, Count of Dreux, with whom he had quarreled in Syria.
All around them in the deep-set night, the varicolored explosions popped and sugged, expanding in all directions like fireworks, then dimming the scene, again the blackness.
She brought the tray and empty dishes to the kitchen, where Abuna, with more than her usual courtesy, sug gested that Menolly had better get some breakfast before it was all gone.
Some of the data the base sent me on brain-damaged simians sug gested thatsome kinds of damage did something to the parts of the brain that make you compensate for — for things that you know should be there, but aren't.