This page (as transferred bodily from `Ss') includes this line:-
Stockholm Skins, a neo-nazi organization in Stockholm, Sweden.
Is this organization important enough to be included here?
- Very likely not. At least until it gets an article.
- Anyway, it seems to me that the best way to organize pages like this is not alphabetically, but using an estimate of what the most common usgaes are. Obviously this is not an exact science, but there are some uses of SS that are obviously much more common than others (the Stockholm Skins being near the bottom, and schutzstaffel being near the top). Anyone mind if I take a stab at reorganization, or want to have input on what the rankings should be? -R. fiend 16:52, 28 October 2005 (UTC)
Conversations about simplified spelling among enthusiasts, e.g., of the Simplified Spelling Society, inevitably result in the use of 'SS' as an acronym. --Etaonsh 21:09, 5 August 2006 (UTC)
will have to include 'suspended solids'
My prof used the term SS for suspended solids and I had to look it up. I think it should be included in the SS disambiguation page under Biology.
Also, in the article for 'suspended solids', there is mention of 'settleable solids', also abbreviated SS, which contribute to the blocking of sewer pipes.