Related to Swithe: convolute, intriguingly, straightaway, shabbily
adv.1.Instantly; quickly; speedily; rapidly.
That thou doest, do thou swithe.
- Wyclif (John xiii. 27).
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But somehow they had room for Alfred Davis, also a labourer, and machine toolmaker William Swithe.
Orfeo's reunion with Heurodis is abrupt in its brevity; "His wif he took by the hond/And dede him swithe out of that lond" (Sands 449-450/Tolkien 473-4).
O nith saw she ther-inne a lith, A swithe fayr, a swithe bryth, Al so brith, al so shir So it were a blase of rlr.
55)Such survivals include athel, barn, blanke, brist, Dribten, ferde, folde, gavel, grith, hen, hired, husting, shank, swithe, thede, yeten.
Tenders are invited for replacement of old main swithes with new cubical main panel board in state tb d&t center , irramnuma hyderabad
There are 100 user I/Os equip Bus swithes for 5V tolerant.
Two-year-old VCE, jointly owned by EMC, Cisco and EMC subsidiary VMware, sells Vblock, which integrates Cisco's Unified Computing Systems servers and networking swithes with EMC storage arrays and VMware virtualisation software for public and private cloud services.
These materials could remove the need for expensive safety swithes in lithium-ion batteries, says Thackeray.
Controls: Seprate Swithes For Increase Ht On And Off, Stirrer Safety Interlock For Hv Chamber And Open Ground For Operator Safety, Protected Against Overlaods And Short Circuits.