Socius (The word) : Untersuchungen zu den lateinischen Begriffen socius und societas.
Sǒcivica, Stanislav, b. 1715. : The life and extraordinary adventures of Captain Socivizca, who was commander of a numerous body of robbers, of the Race of the Morlachians, commonly called Montenegrins; a People inhabiting in the Dominions of Venetian Dalmatia. Containing Many bloody Rencounters which happened between his Troops and the Turks; against whom he bore an inveterate Hatred. - His Misfortunes, and wonderful Escapes from them: together with an Account of the horrid Execution of his Brother, who was taken by surprise by the Turks; as also of the happy Escape of his Wife and Children out of their Hands. Likewise An Account of his Transactions, after passing through many strange and uncommon Scenes of Life, until he was, by the present Emperor of Germany, taken into his Service, to command his irregular Troops of Pandours, Croats, Hussars, &c. To which is added a very entertaining, comical, and curious account of the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants of Wallachia; with a particular Description of that Country [electronic resource].
Socivizca, Stanislao. : T[he] Li[fe] and extraordinary adventures of Capt. Socivizca, who was commander of a numerous body of robbers, of the race of the Morlachians, commonly called Montenegrins; a people inhabiting in the dominions of Venetia Dalmatia. [electronic resource] : Containing many bloody rencounters which happened between his troops and the Turks; against whom he bore an inveterate hatred.-His misfortunes, and wonderful escapes from them: Together with an account of the horrid execution of his brother, who was taken by surprise by the Turks; as also of the happy escape of his wife and children out of their hands. Likewise an account of his transactions, after passing through many strange and uncommon scenes of life, until he was, by the present Emperor of Germany, taken into his service, to command his irregular troops of pandours, croats, hussars, &c. To which is added a very entertaining, comical, and curious account of the manners and customs of the inhabitants of Wallachia; with a particular description of that country.
Socivizca, Stanislo -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Notorious crimes, trials and executions [electronic resource] : comprising biographical sketches of the life and offences of various celebrated and atrocious characters, who have violated the laws of their country, consisting of traitors, murderers, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, impostors, regicides, adulterers, conspirators, marauders, sharpers, pickpockets and offenders of all descriptions : also remarks on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, moral reflections and observations on particular cases, an account of the various modes of punishments of criminals in different parts of the world, the speeches, confessions and last exclamations of sufferers &c., &c. / edited and compiled by John Brown.
Soci⥴⥠anonyme des anciens etablissements cail -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1911, no. 209 [electronic resource] : the United States, appellant, v. Soci鴩 Anonyme des Anciens Etablissements Cail : no. 210, Soci鴩 Anonyme Des Anciens Etablissements Cail, appellant, v. the United States : appeals from the Court of Claims.