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Socotra (Yemen) -- Social life and customs   3
 

Socrate, 469-399 B.C -- See Socrates


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Socrate, de Constantinople, approximately 379-approximately 440 -- See Socrates, Scholasticus, approximately 379-approximately 440


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Satie, Erik, 1866-1925. Socrate. : Staging voice / Michal Grover-Friedlander  2022 1
Socrates.   198
Sócrates, 1954-2011.   2
Socrates -- Bibliography : Plato and Socrates : a comprehensive bibliography, 1958-1973 / Richard D. McKirahan, Jr  2013 1
Socrates -- Criticism and interpretation.   2
Socrates -- Criticism and interpretation -- Early works to 1800 : Xenophon's Socratic works / David M. Johnson  2021 1
Socrates -- Death and burial.   3
Socrates -- Drama.   3
Socrates -- Early works to 1800 : Lorsque Socrate a tort / Andrei Cornea ; traduit du roumain par Anne-Marie Frotin et Eugénia Duta  2009 1
Socrates -- Ethics.   3
Socrates -- Influence.   5
Socrates -- Influence -- Congresses. : Socrates : reason or unreason as the foundation of European identity / edited by Ann Ward  2007 1
 

Socrates, of Constantinople, approximately 379-approximately 440 -- See Socrates, Scholasticus, approximately 379-approximately 440


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Socrates' philosophy   2
Socrates -- Political and social views.   8
Socrates -- Political science   2
SOCRATES (Programme) : Student mobilities, migration and the internationalization of higher education / Rachel Brooks, Johanna Waters  2011 1
Socrates -- Religion   3
Socrates, Scholasticus, approximately 379-approximately 440.   3
Socrates -- Songs and music   5
Socrates -- Trials, litigation, etc   8
Socrates -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Drama. : Socrates on trial : a play based on Aristophanes' Clouds and Plato's Apology, Crito, and Phaedo, adapted for modern performance / Andrew D. Irvine  2008 1
Socrates -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Memoirs of Socrates and the Symposium / by Xenophon ; translated with an introduction by H. Tredennick  1970 1
Xenophon. Oeconomicus -- Characters -- Socrates : Becoming a leader in the household : the wife of Ischomachus as a model leader in Xenophon's Oeconomicus / Mélina Tamiolaki  2019 1
 

Socratic method -- See Questioning


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Socratische methode. : Does Socrates have a method? : rethinking the elenchus in Plato's dialogues and beyond / edited by Gary Alan Scott  2002 1
Socrotra (Yemen) : Southern Arabia / by Theodore Bent and Mrs Theodore Bent  1900 1
 

Soczi (Russia) -- See Sochi (Russia)


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Gabbai, Meir ben Ezekiel ibn, 1480-approximately 1540. Sod ha-Shabat. : Sod ha-Shabbat = The mystery of the Sabbath : from the Tolaàt Yaàqov of Meir ibn Gabbai / translated and with a critical commentary by Elliot K. Ginsburg  1989 1
Sod houses.   2
 

Soda, Baking -- See Sodium bicarbonate


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soda bottles.   2
Soda fountains.   3
Soda fountains -- Catalogs. : The Combination soda fountain  19--? 1
 

Soda industry -- See Also Alkali industry and trade


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Soda Lakes -- See Lakes


Inland bodies of still or slowly moving FRESH WATER or salt water, larger than a pond, and supplied by RIVERS and streams
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  Soda Pop -- 2 Related Subjects   2
 

Soda Pops -- See Carbonated Beverages


Drinkable liquids combined with or impregnated with carbon dioxide
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Hotelkeepers -- Idaho -- Soda Springs -- Biography. : The Enders Hotel : a memoir / Brandon R. Schrand  2008 1
Soda Springs (Idaho) : The Enders Hotel : a memoir / Brandon R. Schrand  2008 1
Soda Springs (Idaho) -- Social life and customs : The Enders Hotel : a memoir / Brandon R. Schrand  2008 1
 

Soda water -- See Carbonated beverages


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Soda water bottles -- See Carbonated beverage bottles


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Soda-water fountains -- See Soda fountains


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Sodalis -- See Enterobacteriaceae


A family of gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic, rod-shaped bacteria that do not form endospores. Its organisms are distributed worldwide with some being saprophytes and others being plant and animal parasites. Many species are of considerable economic importance due to their pathogenic effects on agriculture and livestock
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Sodalities -- See Confraternities


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Sodas (Beverages) -- See Soft drinks


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