see

(redirected from seen sense)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal.

see

the diocese of a bishop, or the place within it where his cathedral or procathedral is situated

SEE

(1)

SEE

(2)
References in periodicals archive ?
Now the hospital has seen sense and is letting the disabled park free of charge, can we now go one stage further and get free or reduced parking for everyone else at the hospital?
FINALLY somebody at the city council has seen sense with their decision to move the BBC big screen.
THANK goodness someone has at last seen sense regarding the monstrosity that has arisen at Castle Hill.
SO the BHB has seen sense and has backed down from its position of asking newspapers for massive fee increases for use of data - at least for a year.
THE Earl and Countess of Wessex have at last seen sense.
JUST when I was going to give bellyaching Nick Faldo a whack with my three iron, he has seen sense and called off his vindictive vendatta against Mark James.
AT LAST, it seems Liverpool City Council have seen sense and reversed the plans to charge for parking after 6pm.
The BBC often applies a policy of dumping their best performers when they get too old - usually about 35 - but thank goodness they've seen sense with this old trouper.
Edgbaston Labour MP Gisela Stuart, who had backed local people's objections, said: "I'm glad that the city council has seen sense and rejected this proposal.
But at least those at Soho Square have seen sense and decided to play the semi-finals at neutral grounds.
Spokesman Nick Tennant said: "We are very pleased that Mr McGowan has seen sense.
The Echo called for this application to be turned down and today Londis have seen sense and withdrawn it.