CULTURE Club members have the chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to see Sense and Sensibility at the Empire Theatre, Consett.
What does S&S stand for?
S&S stands for Sense and Sensibility (novel)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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- Search and Rescue L-band Antenna (transmit)
- Stability and Reconstruction Operations
- Spares & Repair Parts
- Stevedoring & Related Terminal Services
- Safe and Sound
- Safeguards and Security
- Savings and Slippage (USACE)
- Sayers and Scovill (funeral coach manufacturer)
- Sea & Sun
- Security and Support
- Service and Systems
- Shoes and Socks
- Short and Sweet
- Siganto & Stacey Pty Ltd
- Signs & Symptoms
- Simon & Schuster (Publisher)
- Smith and Smith (formerly Smith and Stankos; motorcycle parts; Viola, WI)
- Sparkman and Stephens (yacht designer)
- Spicks & Specks (TV show; Australia)
- Stars & Stripes Newspaper (European or Pacific Edition)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PEN-AIR productions of Sense and Sensibility and Cranford are being staged in Wales this summer.
IN 2011 THE GLOBAL AUSTEN COMMUNITY celebrated the two-hundredth anniversary of the publication of Sense and Sensibility and Jane Austen's debut on the literary scene.
It is shortlisted for the Sense and Sensibility 2006 competition run by national charity BlindArt, to encourage artwork for the sight impaired.
Sense and Sensibility is a novel about two sisters: Elinor, who uses her head, and Marianne, who is governed by her heart.
There is nothing wrong with the cast in the current production of Sense and Sensibility at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.
I, like so many other women, loved Emma Thompson's masterful adaptation of Sense and Sensibility.