A. s.

Associate in Science.
accident and sickness.
Historical Examples

Why waste your time, Mr. Johnston, telling us you don’t like a. s.?
Astounding Stories, March, 1931 Various

He attacked us here, and after he had killed the others he admitted to me that he was a spy for the a. s.
Evil Out of Onzar Mark Ganes

Latin auris sinister (left ear)

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