sh

listen to the pronunciation of sh
Englisch - Türkisch
şişt
şışt
hişt
sus
self-harm
kendine zarar vermek
Englisch - Englisch
self-harm
(suff ) Usage Note: Changes an adjective into an adverb
Sacrifice Hits
alternative spelling of shh
2/98Simple, block-structured interpreted command language for Unix
Sacrifice Hit, same as Sacrifice (q v )
Historically known from the state, but not verified for an extended period, usually > 15 years; this rank is used primarily when inventory has been attempted recently
The command that invokes the Bourne shell
Abbreviation for short-haul A classification of video performance under RS-250B/C Higher performance than long-haul or medium-haul
standard shell - language that executes commands read from a termnal or a file
ared Leadership Usually practiced by Tiger Cub dens in which no one adult is the leader Each adult partner plans and leads the den program for one month
Sacrifice hits A sacrifice hit is not counted as a plate appearance for the purposes of calculating OBP
The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SAINT HELENA
Schleswig-Holstein, a federal state of Germany
open a standard shell
Sh (also known as the Bourne Shell), is the standard UNIX-system command interpreter It executes commands read from a terminal or a file It uses a personal initialization file called $HOME/ profile If you want to install Modline as a sh user, you will have edit by hand your $HOME/ profile file to add a line modlinerc because the file named shrc created by the automatic installation script won't be read by sh It is advised to use Bash instead of sh because there are no history features and no aliases in sh
VR of type Short String
Supported Housing (See Supported Living)
You can say `Sh!' to tell someone to be quiet. Saint Helena (in Internet addresses). specific heat. Used to urge silence. used to tell someone to be quiet
Sacrifice Hit, Sacrifice Bunt
SHH
sonic hedgehog homolog (protein)
SSH
Secure Shell a networking protocol by which two computers are connected via a secure channel
ssh
A program and protocol for securely logging in to and running programs on remote machines across a network, with encryption to protect the transferred information and authentication to ensure that the remote machine is the one desired
sh.
{i} large rectangular piece of paper (Bookbinding)
shh
see sh. used to tell people to be quiet (Natural sound)
shh
Requesting silence. Asking people to keep silent
shh
{ü} be quiet! , hush!
ssh
used to ask people to be quiet = shush (Natural sound)
ssh
To use ssh to connect to a remote computer
sh
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