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SMARTSShips and MALS (Marine Air Logistics System) Automated Reconciliations Tracking System (Naval Supply Systems Command)
SMARTSSystem Management Arts (network management software)
SMARTSSamplilng Micro-Architecture Simulation
SMARTSSMILES (Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry Specification) Arbitrary Target Specification (chemical nomenclature)
SMARTSSafety and Mission Assurance Requirements Tracking System (NASA)
SMARTSSupport to Management and Resources for Technical Services (US DoD)
SMARTSSpacecraft Mission Analysis Real-Time Simulator
SMARTSSubject Matter Authority Resource Training System
SMARTSSABRS Management Analysis Retrieval System (US Marine Corps)
SMARTSSurvivable Multimission Air Reconnaissance & Targeting System
SMARTSSupply Management Army Retrieval Techniques System
SMARTSSubscriber Maintenance and Remote Test System (Sprint)
SMARTSStart Manual Reporting And Tracking System
SMARTSSt. Peter's Music and Arts (New York)
SMARTSSimulation, Monitoring, Analysis, Reduction, & Test System
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'You'll very likely ask me why, as Tom Smart had been pretty well blown already, he expressed this wish to be submitted to the same process again.
It's a special mercy that she did this, for if she HAD been blown over, the vixenish mare was so light, and the gig was so light, and Tom Smart such a light weight into the bargain, that they must infallibly have all gone rolling over and over together, until they reached the confines of earth, or until the wind fell; and in either case the probability is, that neither the vixenish mare, nor the clay- coloured gig with the red wheels, nor Tom Smart, would ever have been fit for service again.
'"Well, damn my straps and whiskers," says Tom Smart
'"How do you know my name, old nut-cracker face?" inquired Tom Smart, rather staggered; though he pretended to carry it off so well.
'"I certainly am," said Tom Smart. "But how came you to know that?"
'Tom Smart was just on the point of protesting that he hadn't tasted a drop since his last birthday, but when his eye encountered that of the old gentleman he looked so knowing that Tom blushed, and was silent.
Their dress was very smart, their manners very civil, they were delighted with the house, and in raptures with the furniture, and they happened to be so doatingly fond of children that Lady Middleton's good opinion was engaged in their favour before they had been an hour at the Park.
'There's smart enough,' whimpered Mr Fledgeby, groaning and writhing again, 'for sixty.'
My father's father was smart, too, but he was wild.
However, in my opinion, it was extremely prudent, as well as generous: for, supposing these people had endeavoured to kill me with their spears and arrows, while I was asleep, I should certainly have awaked with the first sense of smart, which might so far have roused my rage and strength, as to have enabled me to break the strings wherewith I was tied; after which, as they were not able to make resistance, so they could expect no mercy.
Warrington's daughter) appeared, and as she was his cousin, Charles blew her up a little: she had been changing her smart traveling hat for a smart motor hat.
"The fun of it is," he cried, "that that fool Lestrade, who thinks himself so smart, has gone off upon the wrong track altogether.