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St

ST, St, St. or st may refer to:

  • St, or St., a contraction of Saint, especially in Christianity
  • St, or St., a contraction of Street, a public thoroughfare
  • St, or St., a contraction of Strait, a body of water
  • Short ton, a unit of mass equal to 2000 lb, or one ton in the United States
  • Stere, a unit of volume equivalent to one cubic meter, used to measure cordwood
  • St, Stoke as a unit for viscosity
  • Stone (weight), a unit of mass used in the British Isles and other countries
  • in ordinal number abbreviations, such as 1st and 21st
  • s.t., abbreviation of "subject to" or "such that" to indicate constraints

Contents

  • Academia 1
  • Business and Organization 2
  • Computer 3
  • Language 4
  • Mathematics, medicine and science 5
  • Media, music, and entertainment 6
  • Transport 7
  • Other uses 8

Academia

  • s. t. (sine tempore, Latin for "without time") indicates that a lecture will begin at the exact time; this is in contrast to "c.t." (cum tempore, Latin for "with time"); see Academic quarter

Business and Organization

Computer

Language

Mathematics, medicine and science

Media, music, and entertainment

Transport

Other uses

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