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In official US government documents, after the name of the state, the term is found. I was told that in Spanish it means "sépase" but I have doubts since I can't find an equivalent in English that would have the two initials "ss".
Explanation: Latin scilicet that is to say]
Specifically -- used in the statement of venue which follows the caption of a legal document and esp. between the name of the state and the particular subdivision (as county)