SWS

Sniper Weapon System
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SWS

The abbreviation SWS represents, among other things, ...
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SWS

[trolleybus] SWS is a hybrid trolleybus prototype that was developed and produced by three Finnish companies Suomen Autoteollisuus (SAT), Wiima and Strömberg in 1979. The Helsinki City Transport (HKL) ordered the prototype to gain experience for the future public transportation strategy for city of Helsinki. The trolleybus got its power fr...
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SWS

A rare, congenital disorder that affects the brain, skin, and eyes. Abnormal blood vessel growth occurs in the trigeminal nerve in the face and the meninges (covering) of the brain. This abnormal growth causes red or purple skin discoloration (sometimes called a port wine stain), usually on one side of the face, and can also cause seizures, learnin...
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sWS

Schwere Wehrmachtschlepper, late World War II "replacement" half-track vehicle.
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SWS

Series of halftracks [NG]
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SWS

SideWall tension Sensor
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Sws

The Schwere Wehrmachtschlepper or SWS was a German heavy, half-track of the Second World War produced between December 1943 and 1945. The SWS was powered by a Maybach HL42TRKMS engine providing a top speed of 28 kmh and a range of 300 km. Armaments varied, with some being mounted with a 37 mm Flak43 anti-aircraft gun, others with a Nebelwerfer rock...
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