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Sass

(1) See SAS.

(2) (Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets) A scripting language that generates CSS style sheets for Web pages. Sass makes it easier to develop CSS files, and the Sass interpreter turns the SassScript language into CSS code. Sass originally used indents to separate code, while the second-generation SCSS uses braces and semicolons, more like CSS. See Cascading Style Sheets.
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Trade is good for Nebraska, and on behalf of our states wheat farmers I'd like to thank Senator Sasse for being a strong free trade advocate in public and behind the scenes.
Sasse draws a sharp contrast between his own home-schooled, well-worked, well-traveled children and today's soft, unworked, perpetual adolescents, who play "adult" on special occasions, such as when their clothes are too stinky to leave lying around any longer.
Sasse also includes an illuminating analysis of the role of literacy in the founding of the United States.
A guy said a weird thing; I made a bad joke," Maher said of the comment from Sasse that prompted the controversial response.
Ben Sasse sat at his home on the banks of the Platte River just outside Fremont, Nebraska, and began writing a message "to majority America.
Sasse published an open letter on his Facebook page laying out the need for an independent run.
Nebraska senator Ben Sasse, who has consistently said he could not support Mr Trump, wrote on Twitter that he was being asked if the Indiana results changed his views.
She sported a huge diamond ring from actor fiance Joshua Sasse, 28, who was back home in London.
KYLIE Minogue has finally announced her engagement to Joshua Sasse, a British actor nearly two decades her junior, following weeks of speculation.
AFTER weeks of speculation Kylie Minogue has announced her engagement to Joshua Sasse, a British actor nearly two decades her junior.
Kurdish Globe On April 1, Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani welcomed a United States Congressional Delegation included Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, and senators Shelley Moore Capito, Cory Gardner, Steve Daines, David Perdue, Thom Tillis, and Ben Sasse.
According to Michael Sasse, head of corporate communication of the German oil company Wintershall, the stretch will be completed, because those were international waters.