soss


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soss

(sɒs)
n
1. a sloppy person or thing
2. the sound of a heavy fall
vb
3. make or become dirty or muddy
4. (tr) to soak or lick up
5. (tr) obsolete to throw or put up
6. (intr) to move gently
adv
in a heavy manner
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In Table 1, we summarize the data from the SOSS sample for a number of individual and demographic characteristics.
SOSS secretary Danni Jones, a mum-of-three from Newsome, added: "When I first went to Sure Start I was isolated and depressed and I had no confidence.
Would-be states are only recognized as full participants in good standing insofar as they are committed to advancing the values implicit in SOSS.