SWERSingle Wire Earth Return (high voltage transformer)
SWERSolid Waste and Emergency Response Office
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He has not been suffi- ciently rubbed and curried, or he has not been prop- erly fed; his food was too wet or too dry; he got it too soon or too late; he was too hot or too cold; he had too much hay, and not enough of grain; or he had too much grain, and not enough of hay; instead of old Barney's attending to the horse, he had very improperly left it to his son." To all these com- plaints, no matter how unjust, the slave must an- swer never a word.
Then when she had answered some ques- tion the others in the class had been unable to an- swer, she smiled happily.
'Every doctor should be--a little,' an- swered that original, imperturbably.
I asked him what made him think so; and he an- swered that it was his general experience of the world.
The crew of runners had left, and there remained only the officers, one boy, and the steward, a mulatto who an- swered to the name of Abraham.
"I can't see the sails very well," the helmsman an- swered me, in strange, quavering tones.
It is also important to emphasize that SWER based grids is very prone to voltage sag occurrences, which characterizes a weak power grid demanding power quality improvements.
SWER uses single, thinner and lighter cables as opposed to the current system that uses two or four cables to connect domestic consumers.
Nicole Rosen, Assistant Professor, Department of Modern Languages, University of Lethbridge, worked on the translations and pronunciation guide for Owls See Clearly at Night (Lii Yiiboo Nayaapiwak Iii Swer): A Michif Alphabet.
Lii yiiboo nayaapiwak lii swer: L'alfabet di Michif = Owls see clearly at midnight: A Michif alphabet.
I swer to the be my mageste that I schal nevyr forsakyn the in wel ne in wo [in good times or in bad].