SEAS


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SEASSchool of Engineering and Applied Science
SEASSpace Energy Access Systems Inc
SEASSoftware Engineering for Automotive Systems (workshop)
SEASSynthetic Environment for Analysis and Simulation (Simulex)
SEASSolar Energy Association of Sweden (Swedish: Svenska solenergiföreningen)
SEASSt. Elizabeth Ann Seton School (Anchorage, Alaska)
SEASStructured Evidential Argumentation System (SRI Artificial Intelligence Center research project)
SEASStrategic Environmental Assessment System
SEASStudents for Environmental Action At Stanford
SEASSystem Effectiveness Analysis Simulation
SEASScandinavian Electro Acoustic Systems (Norwegian loudspeaker manufacturer)
SEASSystems Engineering and Analysis Support
SEASSurveillance Environmental Acoustic Support
SEASShipboard Environmental Data Acquisition Systems
SEASSoftware Engineering and Assessment Services
SEASSociété Européenne d'Alliages pour la Sidérurgie (French ferro-alloy producer)
SEASSchreck Environmental Awareness Society, Corp.
SEASSelected Effects Armament System
SEASSelective Armament Subsystem
SEASShip/Equipment/Alterations Summary
SEASSupply Effectiveness Audit Summary
SEASStudent Engineering Advisement System (University of New Orleans)
SEASSignaling System Engineering and Administration System
SEASStudents Engaged in Aquatic Studies (marine biology club; Catholic Memorial High School; Wisconsin)
SEASSupport Equipment Avionics System
SEASSelected Ammunition Study
SEASSystem Enhancement And Support
References in classic literature ?
But the vessel proved herself sturdier than the timid ones had dared to hope, and she was soon running before the blast, going out of her course, it is true, but avoiding the danger among the many cays, or small islands, that dot the Caribbean Sea.
There is the home of the younger sons, as among the Scandinavians they took to the sea for their inheritance.
Yet Sea Catch never chased a beaten seal, for that was against the Rules of the Beach.
We now come to the second part of our journey under the sea.
The sea was less boisterous, since the wind came off land--a fortunate circumstance for the boat, which would suffer, owing to its small tonnage, by a heavy surge on the sea.
As regards your questions, however, I will not prevaricate nor deceive you, but will tell you without concealment all that the old man of the sea told me.
In his mind's eye he saw its streets a thousand leagues long, aye, and longer; turnings that doubled earth's stormiest headlands or were the way to quiet inland ponds; cross-roads, taken one way, that led to flower-lands and summer seas, and that led the other way to bitter, ceaseless gales and the perilous bergs of the great west wind drift.
But while his imagination thus roved over "the seas," his grave companions were considering things more geographically.
Analogous facts could be given with respect to the inhabitants of the sea.
The six boats, spreading out fan-wise from the schooner until the first weather boat and the last lee boat were anywhere from ten to twenty miles apart, cruised along a straight course over the sea till nightfall or bad weather drove them in.
Ah, I cast indeed my net into their sea, and meant to catch good fish; but always did I draw up the head of some ancient God.
The ship was no sooner out of the Humber than the wind began to blow and the sea to rise in a most frightful manner; and, as I had never been at sea before, I was most inexpressibly sick in body and terrified in mind.