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ST

abbr.
1. short ton
2. standard time

st

abbreviation for
(Units) short ton

st

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) São Tomé and Principe

St

abbreviation for
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) Saint (all entries that are usually preceded by St are in this dictionary listed alphabetically under Saint)
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) statute
3. (Placename) strait
4. (Placename) street

-st

,
var. of -est2: dost; hadst; wouldst.

St.

1. Saint.
2. statute.
3. Strait.
4. Street.

st.

1. stanza.
2. state.
3. statute.
4. stet.
5. stitch.
6. stone (weight).
7. strait.
8. street.

s.t.

short ton.
Translations
svatýulice
forkortelse for 'Gade'forkortelse for 'Sankt'
csittpsztSzt.u.
Šv
ielasvetais
svetiulica

St

ABBR
1. (Rel) =SaintSto., Sta., S.
2. (Geog) =Strait
3. =Streetc/
4. =stone = 14 libras; = 6,348kg
5. =summer time

St

abbr
(=saint) → St(e)
(=street) → r.

St,

St.

written abbreviation ()
1. street. I live at 70 Flower St., Chicago.
2. saint. St Peter, St Paul's Cathedral.
References in periodicals archive ?
Slow-twitch fiber type percentage was correlated positively with grilling loss, whereas an inverse relation between fast-twitch fiber type percentage and grilling loss was observed.
Normal aging leads to larger slow-twitch and smaller fast-twitch motor units, with an overall increase in slow-twitch fiber mass.
It's great that you are creating a better balance by focusing on the slow-twitch fibers that increase your aerobic capacity.
What's the difference between light meat and dark meat, or slow-twitch fibers and fast-twitch fibers?
This finding was particularly interesting because it is exactly opposite of what would be expected from conventional fiber type-based explanations of EMG frequency, where fast-twitch fibers would have higher frequency EMG spectra than slow-twitch fibers.
Type I fibers are slow-twitch fibers, and they are built for fatigue resistance.
Slow-twitch fibers (also called "Type 1 muscle fibers") activate and deactivate slowly, but when activated they are also very slow to fatigue.