SWAMS

AcronymDefinition
SWAMSSouth West Aboriginal Medical Service (est. 1997; Australia)
SWAMSSoldier Warning And Messaging System
References in classic literature ?
`I wish I hadn't cried so much!' said Alice, as she swam about, trying to find her way out.
And so I swam slowly on, waiting for my head to touch the top of the corridor, which would mean that I had reached the limit of my flight and the point where I must sink for ever to an unmarked grave.
On the second day, numbers of Right Whales were seen, who, secure from the attack of a Sperm Whaler like the Pequod, with open jaws sluggishly swam through the brit, which, adhering to the fringing fibres of that wondrous Venetian blind in their mouths, was in that manner separated from the water that escaped at the lip.
He swam quartering up- stream, but still was swept downward rather faster than he had expected.
He swam on still, and already the terrible chateau had disappeared in the darkness.
But as soon as they realized that the huge log was motionless, they swam again to the top of the water, dismissed their fears, climbed up, and began squatting on it in contempt.
He swam the seas before the continents broke water; he once swam over the site of the Tuileries, and Windsor Castle, and the Kremlin.
The cliff itself offered me nothing, so I swam toward the mouth of the fiord.
"She has her work." Her voice shook slightly, and the light swam like an ocean of gold behind her tears.
He rose immediately, for he swam like a cork, and called to me, begged to be taken in, told me he would go all over the world with me.
Within the shadow of the ship I watched their rich attire: Blue, glossy green, and velvet black, They coiled and swam; and every track Was a flash of golden fire.
His head swam and he was so frightened that he clutched wildly at the Pigeon's neck to keep himself from falling.