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SZSwitzerland
SZSwaziland (Internet country code top-level domain)
SZSueddeutsche Zeitung (German Newspaper)
SZShenzhen, China
SZSchwyz (Suisse Canton)
SZSchizophrenia
SZSeizure
SZSub Zero
SZSubzero (gaming clan)
SZSunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect
SZSurf Zone
SZZero-Terminated String
SZShadow Zone (Static-X album and song)
SZSurveillance Zone
SZSzöllösy (Béla Bartók index of works)
SZSurface Zero
SZScrollZ (Unix-based IRC Client)
SZSlovenska Železnice (railway of Slovenia)
References in classic literature ?
Hunsden affirmed to exist strongly in Switzerland, notwithstanding the professed attachment of the Swiss to freedom.
He might remain in Switzerland and wreak his vengeance on my relatives.
She is a native of Switzerland, elderly, and a widow.
The anxiety I feel about them prevents me enjoying Switzerland.
When his touring in Switzerland is finished, he does not throw that broomstick away, but lugs it home with him, to the far corners of the earth, although this costs him more trouble and bother than a baby or a courier could.
Both in Switzerland and England the slaves seem to have the exclusive care of the larvae, and the masters alone go on slave-making expeditions.
Paris, England, Scotland, Switzerland, Italy--Garibaldi
I have often dreamed of myself as back there, seeing faces in the yard little known, and which I should have thought I had quite forgotten; but, as often as not, I have been abroad here--in Switzerland, or France, or Italy-- somewhere where we have been--yet always as that little child.
An aged count once lived in Switzerland, who had an only son, but he was stupid, and could learn nothing.
He decided that he must attend to his son's education by finding a tutor and putting the boy in his charge, then he ought to retire from the service and go abroad, and see England, Switzerland and Italy.
Indeed, on one occasion (this happened in Switzerland, when I was asleep in the train) I had spoken aloud to her, and set all my fellow-travellers laughing.
He lounged through Belgium and Holland and the Rhineland, through Switzerland and Northern Italy, planning about nothing, but seeing everything.