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- n. Plural form of sweep.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sweep.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The arms of a mill.
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We are not releasing guys like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, but rather people grabbed in sweeps and turned over for bounties.
It sweeps from the Holy Land to Wales through a gritty, sweaty, world that feels so very real but also so very alien.
In southern France, police arrested 12 suspects in sweeps against suspected Islamic militant networks, including three men linked to a network recruiting fighters for Afghanistan, officials said.
The seven-time Pro Bowler has been paving the way for 1,000-yard tailbacks for 15 years now, largely thanks to his unique speed for a lineman and ability to pull on sweeps from the interior of the line.
Spain sweeps Czechs aside to repeat as Davis Cup champion
Spain sweeps Czechs aside to repeat as Davis Cup champion - USATODAY. com
So when McCain sweeps the south, and he picks up the states that Obama lost (the biggest, with the most electoral votes), you silly people will all be up in arms over the fact that we'll have another four years of Republican "rule."
So not just journalists are being targeted and caught up — also caught up in sweeps, just citizens out in the streets are getting swept up.
Not necessarily, but I think something big like that, during sweeps, is just what the show needs.
The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms!
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