- 1 What does SS mean in files?
- 2 What does SS mean in email?
- 3 What does the medical abbreviation SS stand for?
- 4 What does to wit mean on a notary form?
- 5 What is the meaning of SS in love?
- 6 What does S&S mean in texting?
- 7 What’s the meaning of FS?
- 8 What SS means in lol?
- 9 What does SS with a line over it mean?
- 10 What does so mean in medical terms?
- 11 Who is name of person making statement?
- 12 Does acknowledged mean notarized?
- 13 How do you use to wit?
What does SS mean in files?
August 2, 2014. You may have wondered what “ss.” means. The American Society of Notaries maintains that it is an abbreviation for a Latin term, scilicet, which means “namely” or “in particular”, specifying the required venue element of the acknowledgment.
What does SS mean in email?
Email can be encrypted by placing the phrase [ Send Secure ] or [SS] at the beginning of the Subject Line.
What does the medical abbreviation SS stand for?
S & S—signs and symptoms. ss—1/2. Sats— oxygen/blood saturation level.
What does to wit mean on a notary form?
Latin meaning “to wit”; or “specifically.” Subscribed. Signature or signed. To Wit. That is to say, namely, scilicet.
What is the meaning of SS in love?
Special Someone + 1 variant.
What does S&S mean in texting?
Slang / Jargon (9) Acronym. Definition. S&S. Safe and Sound.
What’s the meaning of FS?
File System. FS. For Sure. FS. Free Safety (football)
What SS means in lol?
It means ” stay safe “.
What does SS with a line over it mean?
specimen. ss (with a line over it) one half. s (with a line over it) without.
What does so mean in medical terms?
sleep onset. sphincter of Oddi. standing orders, see there.
Who is name of person making statement?
Affiant: the person making an affidavit. Affidavit: a document in which the affiant makes a statement and swears or affirms under penalty of perjury that the information in the statement is the truth.
Does acknowledged mean notarized?
The purpose of an acknowledgment is for a signer, whose identity has been verified, to declare to a Notary or notarial officer that he or she has willingly signed a document. The signer may either sign the document before appearing before you, or in your presence.
How do you use to wit?
To wit is used to indicate that you are about to state or describe something more precisely. The Oracle’s advice was sound, to wit: ‘Nothing in excess. ‘