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swy

(swaɪ)
n
(Gambling, except Cards) Austral another name for two-up
[C20: from German zwei two]
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"Kendall (Avenue) will probably be the next step in hospital development," said West Yorkfield resident Ann Swies, who has lived on the street for 31 years, "And we need to know we'll be included."
Dorota Swies, co-director and producer for "Unearth" said: "We want to thank Big Vision Empty Wallet's co-founders, Alex Cirillo and Dani Faith Leonard, for supporting women in the industry.
TEXAS--Joe Anderson, Robin Barnes, Gregory Basham, Eric Batarse, David Beeler, Scott Bergfeld, Jason Chavers, Danny Chunn, Juan Cruz, Adonay Davila, Nina Foster, Gary Garcia, Hector Garcia, Izick Garcia, Karly Gomez, Antonio Gonzales Jr., David Hall, Becky Herring, Crystal Knight, Stephanie Laize, Kirstie Legerski, Corey Maciel, Valerie Wolfe Mahfood, Dandridge Murray, Marcia Odal, Christopher Oliver, Cynthia Ortiz, Jesus Pedroza-Vallejo, Terry Pelz, David Peters, Everardo Ramos, Daniel Rios, Martin Salinas Jr., Maria Sanchez, Michael Sanchez, Beverly Sloan, Lee Stamper Jr., David Swies, Sheri Talley, Jaime Trevino, Anabel Villagomez, Gilbert Villarreal III, Michael Washington, Earlene Williams
The source pointed out that several militants were killed in al-Mashjar al-Janoubi neighborhood in Talbiseh town in an accurate operation including the militants Said Swies, Ahmad Oyejan and Motaz Qassoum in al-Sn area in the central province.
Our September issue had five whitetail stories, five non-whitetail (elk, bear, black-tails) stories, and two swies with a general bowhuntingfocus.
Michael Swies, lead organizer for Project Downtown:
figuring about where they are putting their money," Swies said.
To lend the event its due recognition, Rana Husaini, Journalist and Women Rights activist, Rana Swies, Founder of Women's Leadership Institute in Jordan, Professor Jacqueline Taylor Basker, and students from NYiT and Ahliyyah School for Girls (ASG) participated in the event.
For her part, Swies proposed ways to improve Jordanian women's life via NGOs and other national and international programs.
The plan for the Butterfield Road area west of York Street worries Ann Swies, who lives in an unincorporated area near Elmhurst Hospital.