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SWEEPSouthwest Energy Efficiency Project
SWEEPSoil and Water Environmental Enhancement Program (Ontario, Canada)
SWEEPSoftware Engineering Education Project
SWEEPSoftware Error Estimation Program
SWEEPSafer Waterways through Enforcement and Education Programs
SWEEPSoftware Early Prediction (reliability model)
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Good boatmen," was Sheldon's verdict, as he saw the boat leap forward on the face of a huge breaker, the sweeps plying swiftly to keep her on that front of the moving mountain of water that raced madly for the shore.
The green warrior was much put to it to hold his own, and I felt that the unequal struggle could last but a moment longer when the huge fellow discovered my plight, and tearing himself from those that surrounded him, he raked the assailant from my back with a single sweep of his blade, and thus relieved I had little difficulty with the others.
Tit moved on with sweep after sweep of his scythe, not stopping or showing signs of weariness.
Sweep Marketing Manager Kate Hassaram elaborated on Sweep's pivot towards the transportation sector.
Wilkinson's interest in chimney sweeping began when he bought a multi-fuel stove five years ago and had cause to employ a sweep himself.
A year after he was taken in by bus driver Euan Paterson, three-year-old Sweep has earned a spot on the national team and is preparing compete in Italy.
The Chimney Sweep - "Jack-of-All-Trades, Master of None?
A useful CSIA publication is Successful Chimney Sweeping, which sweeps can purchase as part of certification.
A sweep might also discover that a chimney has structural flaws or shows signs of deterioration.
As well as being an essential part of society a chimney sweep was often most welcome at a wedding as they offered the promise of good fortune for the couple.
The two players not playing a stone will be available to sweep the stone as directed by the skip.
2 : to clean by removing loose dirt or small trash with a broom or brush <I need to sweep the floor.