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Sweetness (disambiguation)
Sweetness is one of the five basic tastes.Sweetness may also refer to:* Walter Payton , an American football player nicknamed "Sweetness"* Sweetness, a character in the 2005 film Roll Bounce, portrayed by Wesley Jonathan.

Sweetness (Misia single)
"Sweetness" is Misia's 5th single. It was released on November 25, 1999 simultaneously with Wasurenai Hibi. It peaked at #7 selling 92,290 copies on its first week.-Track list:-Charts:-External links:* — Misia discography

Sweetness (song)
"Sweetness" is a single by Jimmy Eat World from their 2001 album, Bleed American. The song was also featured on the soundtrack for the EA Sports video game NHL 2003

Sweety is a Mandopop band from Taiwan, a duo consisting of Esther Liu and Joanne Tseng .As of 2006, Sweety has released three studio albums and two soundtracks

Swell may refer to:*Swell , a formation of long wavelength ocean surface waves*Swell , an indie rock band from San Francisco*Swell, Gloucestershire, England*Swell , a term in bookbinding

Swell (band)
Swell is an indie rock band formed in San Francisco in 1989 when David Freel and Sean Kirkpatrick decided to record an album.-History:

Swell (bookbinding)
In bookbinding, swell refers to the increased thickness of a textblock along its spine edge after sewing. Swell is a function of the number of sections in the book, the kind of paper used, the style of sewing, and the thickness of the sewing thread

Swelling , is the enlargement of tissue.Swelling can also mean:*Die swell, the increase of volume of material due to absorption of a solvent, common for plastic polymers*Neutron-induced swelling caused by neutron radiation.

Swelter is a rock music group, formed in 1989. They were generally associated with the city of Tacoma, Washington.-Biography:1989-1991Swelter was initially formed as a 4 piece band consisting of Micah Hembree , Chad Baker , Stuart Linkert , and Jason Harsin

Swerve, by the Coca-Cola Company, was a flavored and vitamin-fortified dairy drink introduced in 2003. It contained 51% skim milk, was sweetened by a blend of sugar and sucralose, and provided 30% of the Recommended Daily Allowance of Vitamins A, C & D and Calcium

The swifts are a family, Apodidae, of highly aerial birds. They are superficially similar to swallows, but are actually not closely related to passerine species at all; swifts are in the separate order Apodiformes, which they share with hummingbirds

Swift (Deimian crater)
Swift crater is a crater on Mars's moon Deimos. It is about in diameter. Swift crater is named after Jonathan Swift, who predicted the existence of the moons of Mars. Swift crater is one of two named features on Deimos, the other being Voltaire crater. On 10 July 2006, Mars Global Surveyor took an image of Deimos from away showing Swift crater.

Swift (textiles)
For other uses, see Swift A swift is a tool used to hold a skein of yarn while it is being wound off. It has an adjustable diameter so that it can hold skeins of many sizes, and rotates around a central rod. They are generally made out of wood or metal, however other materials may also be used

Swift Current (disambiguation)
Swift Current is a city in Saskatchewan, Canada.Swift Current may also refer to:* Swift Current, Newfoundland and Labrador* Swift Current No. 137, Saskatchewan a rural municipality

SWIG is an open source software tool used to connect computer programs or libraries written in C or C++ with scripting languages such as Lua, Perl, PHP, Python, R, Ruby, Tcl, and other languages like C#, Java, Modula-3, Objective Caml, Octave, and Scheme

Swill may also to:* Swill , an album by Ten Foot Pole* Philip "Swill" Odgers, singer with The Men They Couldn't Hang

- Movement and sport in water :* Aquatic locomotion, animal movement through water* Human swimming, human movement through water* Swimming , the competitive sport of swimming- Media :* Swimming , a 2008 album by French Kicks

Swim or SWIM may refer to:-Movement and sport:* Aquatic locomotion, the act of biologically propelled motion through a liquid medium* Human swimming, the useful or recreational activity of movement through water

Swimmeret (album)
Swimmeret was the debut album of Espadrille, whose members were Alice Cohen , instrumentalist Bill Miller, and drummer John Flack."Swimmeret" was issued in 2001 under the Spare Me Records label.

Swimmers (film)
Swimmers is a 2005 American independent drama about a waterman's family on Chesapeake Bay's eastern shore. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 22, 2005 and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best New American Film from the Seattle International Film Festival

Swimming (French Kicks album)
Swimming is the fourth full-length album by New York-based indie rock band French Kicks. Their first self-produced album, Swimming is marked by a more stripped-down sound than is found on their previous albums

Swimming pool
A swimming pool, swimming bath, wading pool, or simply a pool, is a container filled with water intended for swimming or water-based recreation. There are many standard sizes; the largest is the Olympic-size swimming pool

Swimming Pool (1976 film)
Swimming Pool is a Malayalam language film directed by Sasikumar. It starrs Kamal Haasan ,Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair, Sumithra and Rani Chandra.

Swimming Pool (album)
Swimming Pool is the last album by the noted British folk/blues/rock songwriter, guitarist and singer Al Jones. It marked his return to writing and recording after many years of relative obscurity. All the tracks are written by Jones himself and published by Rogue Music

A swimsuit, bathing suit, or swimming costume is an item of clothing designed to be worn by men, women or children while they are engaging in a water-based activity or water sports, such as swimming, water polo, diving, surfing, water skiing, or during activities in the sun, such as sun bathing.A swimsuit can be worn as an undergarment in sports that require a wetsuit such as

The term swindle may refer to:* Swindle, a confidence trick* Swindle, a kind of fraud* Swindle , a ruse by which a chess player in a losing position tricks his opponentIn media and popular culture, Swindle can refer to:

Swindle (chess)
In chess, a swindle is a ruse by which a player in a losing position tricks his opponent, and thereby achieves a win or draw instead of the expected loss. It may also refer more generally to obtaining a win or draw from a clearly losing position. I. A. Horowitz and Fred Reinfeld distinguish among "traps", "pitfalls", and "swindles"

Swindle (Childrens' book)
Swindle is a 2008 book by Gordon Korman.The book is about a sixth grader named Griffin Bing who thinks he has found the answer to his family's financial problems when he discovers an extremely rare Babe Ruth baseball card in an abandoned house. However, when he tries to sell it to a local dealer named S

Swindle (film)
Swindle is a 2002 crime thriller film written and directed by K.C. Bascombe and starring Tom Sizemore, Sherilyn Fenn and Dave Foley.-Cast:*Tom Sizemore as Seth George*Sherilyn Fenn as Sophie Zenn*Dave Foley as Michael Barnes*Conrad Pla as Cisco

Swindler (disambiguation)
A swindler is generally a charlatan, a person practicing quackery, fraud, or similar confidence trick in order to obtain money, property, or advantage by pretense.Swindler as a surname may also refer to:

A swineherd is a person who looks after pigs. The term has fallen out of popular use in favour of pig farmer.-Swineherds in literature:* Hans Christian Andersen wrote a Fairy tale called, "The Swineherd".

Swing or swinging may refer to:* Swing , a suspended seat often found in backyards or playgrounds-Sports:* Baseball swing, a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of nine players each

Swing (boxing)
The swing is a type of hook, with the main difference being that in the swing the arm is usually more extended.

Swing (jazz performance style)
In jazz and related musical styles, the term swing is used to describe the sense of propulsive rhythmic "feel" or "groove" created by the musical interaction between the performers, especially when the music creates a "visceral response" such as feet-tapping or head-nodding

Swing (Manhattan Transfer album)
Swing is a studio album released by The Manhattan Transfer in 1997 on the Atlantic Records label. This album is a collection of 1930's and 1940s swing music with The Manhattan Transfer's jazz twist.-Track listing:-Guest artists:

Swing (video game)
Swing is a computer puzzle game, released for the PlayStation and PC, developed in Germany by the now defunct Software 2000.In the USA, a similar game was released under the name "Marble Master"

Swing Shift (album)
Swing Shift is the fifth studio album by the Canadian guitarist Rik Emmett, released in 1997. It is the second instalment in the guitar trilogy, released merely six months after Ten Invitations From The Mistress Of Mr

Swing Shift (film)
Swing Shift is a 1984 feature film directed by Jonathan Demme and produced by and starring Goldie Hawn with Kurt Russell. It also starred Christine Lahti, Fred Ward and Ed Harris

Swing State (film)
Swing State is feature-length documentary , written, produced and directed by John Intrater, Jason Zone Fisher, and H. Spencer Young. Full credits available at -Synopsis:

-Entertainment:*Swinger , a 1976 album by Barrabás*The Swingers, a New Zealand rock band*Swingers , a 1996 comedy-drama film about the lives of single, unemployed actors living on the 'eastside' of Hollywood, California during the 1990s swing revival*Swingers , a Dutch feature film released in 2002 and tells the story of a thirty-something couple

Swinging or partner swapping is a non-monogamous behavior, in which both partners in a committed relationship agree, as a couple, for both partners to engage in sexual activities with other couples as a recreational or social activity

Swingle may refer to:* Swingle, California, an unincorporated community in Yolo County, California* Walter Tennyson Swingle , U.S. agricultural botanist.* Ward Swingle , musician, singer, arranger, founder of the Swingle Singers

A swingletree or singletree is a wooden or metal bar used to balance the pull of a draught horse or other draught animal when pulling a vehicle. It is a kind of whippletree, and the term is also used sometimes for other whippletrees.It is a horizontal bar, attached or suspended in the middle, and able to hinge fore-and-aft in a horizontal plane

Swings and Roundabouts
Swings and Roundabouts was the debut album by British dance duo Shanks & Bigfoot. The album was released in July 2000 but failed to break the UK Top 75 despite the success of its two singles. It is best known for the 1999 hit single "Sweet Like Chocolate", which reached No

Swipe may refer to:* Swipe * Swipe * Swipe, a dice game by Fundex Games* swIPe , a network-layer security protocol for the IP protocol suite. * Swipe files, templates used in marketing and copywriting.

Swirl may refer to:* Swirl , an Australian indie rock band* Swirl , a multi-ethnic organization* Swirl 360, an American pop-rock band* Sega Swirl, a puzzle game for the Sega Dreamcast* Swirl , a quantity in fluid dynamics

Swish may refer to:*Swish , a widespread colloquial term for a 'perfect' shot which goes through the basket without touching the rim or backboard*Swish , a term used to describe effeminate behaviour and interests in gay male communities

Swishing refers to swapping an item or items of clothing or shoes or an accessory with friends or acquaintances. Parties must willingly give an item to participate in the transaction, once they have given an item they are free to choose something of interest from what others have offered.Value does not come into the equation, swappers do not necessarily get an item of equal value and

Swiss (people)
The Swiss are citizens or natives of Switzerland. The demonym derives from the toponym of Schwyz and has been in widespread use to refer to the Old Swiss Confederacy since the 16th century.

Swiss German
Swiss German may refer to:*Swiss German, the Alemannic dialects of Switzerland*Swiss Standard German, the variety of Standard German used in Switzerland;*a German of Swiss origin .

In electronics, a switch is an electrical component that can break an electrical circuit, interrupting the current or diverting it from one conductor to another.

Switch (band)
Switch was an R&B/funk band that found fame recording for the Gordy label in the late 1970s releasing hit songs such as "There'll Never Be", "I Call Your Name" and "The Best Beat in Town" and influenced bands such as DeBarge, which featured members Bobby and Tommy's siblings.-Early years:Formed in Mansfield, Ohio in 1974 under the name First Class

Switch (BDSM)
In BDSM, a switch is someone who participates in BDSM activities sometimes as a top and other times as a bottom or sometimes as a dominant and other times as a submissive. Partners may switch roles based on mood, desire, or to allow each partner to experience their preferred activity

Switch (DJ)
Switch is a UK-based DJ, songwriter, sound engineer and record producer. He is best known for his work with M.I.A. and Santigold.In the fidget house genre, Switch runs his own music label "Dubsided", as well as the label Counterfeet, established in 2006 with fellow producer Sinden

Switch (Romanian magazine)
Switch was a Romanian LGBT magazine published by Michael Labelle of CONTRAAD, SRL, now defunct. Switch was the first commercial glossy magazine for the LGBT Community in Romania

Switchback (CBC)
Switchback was a Canadian television show for children and teens broadcast on CBC Television in the 1980s. It was produced regionally from Vancouver, Winnipeg, Regina, Halifax, Calgary and Toronto.-The first Switchback: Vancouver:

Switchblade (band)
Switchblade were a five-piece metal band from Sydney, Australia, formed in 2001 and ending in 2011. Switchblade were the support act for bands such as Slayer, Machine Head, Exodus, Trivium and Nevermore during their respective Australian tours and released two albums

Switchblade (disambiguation)
A switchblade is a type of knife.Switchblade may also refer to:In music:* Switchblade , a heavy metal band from Sydney, Australia* Switchblade Symphony, an American band* Strawberry Switchblade, a Scottish band

The term switchboard, when used by itself, may refer to:*Telephone switchboard*Electric switchboard*Printed circuit board*Mixing console*In computing, Switch board

Switched may refer to:* Switched , an American music group* "Switched" , an episode of the American TV series Teen Titans* Switched!, an American TV series* Switched! , a Singaporean Chinese TV series

A switcheroo is a sudden unexpected variation or reversal often associated with a joke . It is often used colloquially to refer to an act of intentionally or unintentionally swapping two objects.

Switcheroo (disambiguation)
Switcheroo can mean:* A sudden unexpected switch, often associated with a joke * Switcheroo, a pricing game played on The Price Is Right

Switchers (novel)
Switchers is the first book of the Switchers Trilogy by Kate Thompson. Originally published in Ireland in 1994, it was first published in Great Britain by The Bodley Head in 1997. It introduces Tess and Kevin, the two main characters of the series

LAN switching is a form of packet switching used in local area networks. Switching technologies are crucial to network design, as they allow traffic to be sent only where it is needed in most cases, using fast, hardware-based methods.- Layer 2 switching :

Switching may refer to:*switch, electrical switching*telephone exchange, telephone switching*Packet switching, switching of digital networks*LAN switching*railroad switch, railroad turnouts*shunt , the process of switching rail cars

A swivel is a connection that allows the connected object, such as a gun or chair, to rotate horizontally and/or vertically. A common design for a swivel is a cylindrical rod that can turn freely within a support structure. The rod is usually prevented from slipping out by a nut, washer or thickening of the rod. The device can be attached to the ends of the rod or the center

Swivel (drill rig)
A ' is a mechanical device used on a drilling rig that hangs directly under the traveling block and directly above the kelly drive, that provides the ability for the kelly to rotate while allowing the traveling block to remain in a stationary rotational position while simultaneously allowing the