If this doesn't work, I'm sad to say the mark may never go.
What does STS stand for?
STS stands for Sad To Say
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of STS
We have 711 other meanings of STS in our Acronym Attic
- Students Recycling Used Technology
- Students Refurbishing Used Technology
- Short Tons, Raw Value (production statistic)
- Space Technology Research Vehicle
- Space Test Research Vehicle (various nations)
- Student Team Reading and Writing (cooperative learning)
- South Two River Watershed District (Minnesota)
- Single-Task Recommended Weight Limit (NIOSH)
- Salvation Through Redemption, Yielding Peace, Encouragement and Righteousness (band)
- (USN Rating) Sonar Technician (Submarine)
- Safe Training Systems Ltd. (Wokingham, Berkshire, England)
- Safety Trained Supervisor (Certification)
- Salary Table Setup
- Sandusky Transit System
- Santa Rosa, CA, USA - Sonoma County Airport (Airport Code)
- SAS (Scandinavian Airline System) Technical Services (Scandinavia)
- Saskatoon Transit Service
- Satanas (Filipino gang in California)
- Satellite Television Service
- Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy
Samples in periodicals archive:
It's sad to say I will be leaving for home in September, but if given another chance, I will be glad to return here.
I am sad to say though, that he misses the boat when he says that corn and other crops should be directed to production of beef, pork, poultry, milk, and eggs.
Sad to say he hasn't lived to see the Villa revival.
The DVD offers a series introduction, 24- minute film, interactive glossary, and map; the music CD has 18 tracks--Novelty (3:14), The Spoiled Girl (2:07), I Burn, I Smoulder Like Charcoal (3:27), Kokotoi's Memorial Feast (6:26), Gift (2:07), Impudent One (3:21), I'm Sad To Say Goodbye (2:33), Attila Khan, (3:28), Ak Satkyn and Kulmyrza (9:10), Ocarina (2:00), Flower (3:36), On the Road (2:27), Soviet (3:11), I Remember (5:04), Wide Valley (2:39), I Miss You (3:31), Kambarkan (4:50), A Melody That Wakes Up a Girl (2:47).
Sad to say, some of it is shared by a few Catholic writers such as former priest James Carroll.