SHEWD

AcronymDefinition
SHEWDSociety for Health, Environment and Women's Development (Nepal)
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However, his shewd connections have since unearthed a cracking sprint performer and he can steal the show on the ten-race card at Sittingbourne tonight.
(13) These records show that travelling companies toured in Warwickshire from 1431, when performers of Lord Astley and the earl of Warwick were at Maxstoke Priory, until 1636/7, when rope dancers of the king, Charles I, were rewarded 2s for a performance in Warwick: 'To ye Kings servants who shewd ye dancing of ye Ropes & other rare activities of ye Body.' (14)
This is the Erasmus whose full scrutiny of textual revision and variation does not confine himself to the widest range of patristic (`the ancients'), medieval (`the old theologians'), and contemporary (`the shewd' Lorenzo Valla and Lefevre d'Etaples) reference, but in addition forwards the kind of ancient, classical allusion to be expected from the urbane collector of Adagia.