SWD

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SWDSupersonic Wave Drive
SWDSocial Welfare Department (Hong Kong)
SWDSherwood (hockey equipment manufacturer)
SWDSouthward
SWDSouthwestern Division
SWDSoftware Design
SWDSalt Water Disposal (production water disposal facility)
SWDSoftware Distribution
SWDSerial Wire Debug
SWDShift Work Disorder (circadian rhythm disorder)
SWDSolid Waste Disposal
SWDShort Wave Diathermy
SWDSoftwood (British building industry)
SWDSouthwest Dekalb High School (Decatur, GA)
SWDSeward Alaska (airport)
SWDSoftware Documentation
SWDSpecial Warranty Deed
SWDSwervedriver (band)
SWDSide Water Depth (wastewater treatment plant clarifiers)
SwDSwell Direction
SWDSeismic While Drilling
SWDSwimmer with a Disability (Australia)
SWDStudent with Disability
SWDSemantic Web Document
SWDSwedish Water Development
SWDSpike Wave Discharge
SWDSolid Waste Data
SWDSurface Water Detention
SWDSpecial Weapons Depot
SWDStanding Wave Distribution
SWDSliding Window Decoder
SWDSpecial Waterfront District
SWDSurf With Dewey
SWDSupport Weight Distribution
SWDSingle Wavelength Detection
SWDSouthwest Detroit (Michigan)
SWDSukiyaki Western Django (film)
SWDSurface Water Drainage
SWDStatutory Warranty Deed
SWDSolid Waste Department (various locations)
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said Harvey, as the boat flashed away to the southward.
Only a couple of Portuguese and an old man from Gloucester were drowned, but many were cut or bruised; and two schooners had parted their tackle and been blown to the southward, three days' sail.
Twenty miles southward by now, the special was still tearing its way into the darkness.
An ice-field on the far horizon is moving slowly southward in the spectral light.
I must leave this neighborhood; I must be out of Perthshire to-morrow: when does the first coach southward pass this way?
There it turned southward again and went zigzagging downward through the forest.
I made my preparations for my journey southward overnight; and I resolved to start for London the next day--unless I heard of some change in Mrs.
And from there his eager, wandering priests carried the story far and wide, northward to the fortress of the Pictish kings, and southward to the wild Saxons who dwelt amid the hills and uplands of Northumbria.
When we travel southward and see a species decreasing in numbers, we may feel sure that the cause lies quite as much in other species being favoured, as in this one being hurt.
Although the humid and equable climate of Chiloe, and of the coast northward and southward of it, is so unfavourable to our fruits, yet the native forests, from lat.
So great was it that Wolf Larsen himself did not dare heave to, though he was being driven far to the southward and out of the seal herd.
While I was in view of the Moor that was swimming, I stood out directly to sea with the boat, rather stretching to windward, that they might think me gone towards the Straits' mouth (as indeed any one that had been in their wits must have been supposed to do): for who would have supposed we were sailed on to the southward, to the truly Barbarian coast, where whole nations of negroes were sure to surround us with their canoes and destroy us; where we could not go on shore but we should be devoured by savage beasts, or more merciless savages of human kind.
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