SHAWL


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AcronymDefinition
SHAWLSovereignty, Health, Air, Water and Land (radiation exposure; Spokane, WA)
SHAWLSpecial Hard Target, Assault Weapon, LAW
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I'm very glad I happened to be in the way,' Alice said, as she helped her to put on her shawl again.
The shawl that was flung over her - we had not begun to hunt her with a shawl, nor to make our bodies a screen between her and the draughts, nor to creep into her room a score of times in the night to stand looking at her as she slept.
Not all, for you will not be there; not all," said Prince Hippolyte smiling joyfully; and snatching the shawl from the footman, whom he even pushed aside, he began wrapping it round the princess.
I remember now that when I took off my shawl Monday afternoon I laid it on the bureau for a minute.
We stood about watching them, and the powdery snow lay without melting on the caps and shoulders of the men and the shawls of the women.
As he spoke he unwrapped the grey shawl and extricated a pretty little girl of about five years of age, whose dainty shoes and smart pink frock with its little linen apron all bespoke a mother's care.
When he returned with the shawl she took it and kept it in her hand.
When he lay in bed he seemed still to see her sitting in the corner of the railway carriage, with the white crochet shawl over her head.
It was a wet night, and many groups of young women passed him, with their shawls drawn over their bare heads and held close under their chins to keep the rain out.
He carried about Amelia's white cashmere shawl, and having attended under the gilt cockle-shell, while Mrs.
She covered up her face in her poor worn shawl, and moaned and murmured to herself behind it.
There was a knot of three men and two women standing at a corner, and one of the women was crying on her dirty shawl, and the other comforted her by saying, as she pulled her own shawl over her shoulders, "Jaggers is for him, 'Melia, and what more could you have?