[seeg-freed law-reyn,, loh-] /ˈsig frid lɔˈreɪn,, loʊ-/ (Show IPA), 1886–1967, English poet and novelist.
Siegfried (Lorraine). 1886–1967, British poet and novelist, best known for his poems of the horrors of war collected in Counterattack (1918) and Satirical Poems (1926). He also wrote a semi-fictitious autobiographical trilogy The Memoirs of George Sherston (1928–36)
Vidal. 1928–2012, British hair stylist: founder and chairman of Vidal Sassoon Inc
noun 1. a tropical African tree, Erythrophleum suavolens, of the legume family, having a poisonous bark and hard, durable wood.
adjective, sassier, sassiest. Informal. 1. impertinent; insolent; saucy: a sassy reply; a sassy teen. 2. pert; boldly smart; saucy: a sassy red handbag. noun 1. sassy bark. adjective -sier, -siest 1. (US, informal) insolent, impertinent noun 1. a W African leguminous tree, Erythrophleum guineense, with poisonous bark (sassy bark) and hard strong wood 2. the […]
noun 1. sasswood. 2. the bark of the sasswood, used as a poison in certain tribal ordeals.
- Sas system
tool (SAS) Integrated software to access, manage, analyze, and present data. The SAS System can be used to perform data entry, retrieval and management; report writing and graphics design; statistical and mathematical analysis; business forecasting and decision support; operations research; project management and applications development. (1998-11-06)