swad

[n] - (informal) a bunch
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Swad

• (n.) A thin layer of refuse at the bottom of a seam. • (n.) A clown; a country bumpkin. • (n.) A cod, or pod, as of beans or pease. • (n.) A lump of mass; also, a crowd.
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swad

noun a bunch; `a thick swad of plants`
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SWAD

[software] SWAD (originally stood for `Sistema Web de Apoyo a la Docencia` in Spanish or `Web System for Education Support`, currently stands for `Shared Workspace At a Distance`) is a web application to manage the courses, students and teachers of one or more educational institutions. == History == The first version of SWAD appeared in Sep...
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Swad

Swad noun [ Probably from Anglo-Saxon swe...ian to bind.] [ Written also swod .] 1. A cod, or pod, as of beans or pease. [ Prov. Eng.] « Swad , in the north, is a peascod shell -- thence used for an empty, shallow-headed fellow.» Blount. 2. A ...
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