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  • 81 USS Sway (AM-120) — was an Auk class minesweeper acquired by the U.S. Navy for the dangerous task of removing mines from minefields laid in the water to prevent ships from passing. Sway was laid down on 18 November 1941 by the John H. Mathis Co., Camden, New Jersey; …

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  • 82 Marc Sway — Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Alben[1] …

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  • 83 Sister Sway — is a singing girl duo who participated in the 1999 Great British Song Contest with the song Until You Saved My Life. The pair were sisters Nikki and Mandy Jackson. It was Nikki s second attempt at Eurovision, having finished 2nd in the 1988 A… …

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  • 84 Concrete Jungle (Sway & King Tech album) — Concrete Jungle Studio album by Sway King Tech Released 1990 …

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  • 85 under someone's sway — under someone’s sway formal phrase under someone’s control or rule People were increasingly under the sway of extremists. Thesaurus: not free or independentsynonym Main entry: sway …

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  • 86 o|ver|sway — «OH vuhr SWAY», transitive verb. 1. to sway over, or cause to incline to one side or fall over. 2. Obsolete. to persuade, as to some course of action: »If he be so resolved, I can o ersway him (Shakespeare) …

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  • 87 hold sway — ► FORMAL to have control or influence over someone or something: »Party leaders held sway over the hearings. Main Entry: ↑hold …

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  • 88 hold sway — 1. to control. Each group that held sway over a particular strip of the Mississippi River controlled who used it. 2. to have great influence. Ten years after she correctly predicted the crash, she still holds sway among stock brokers …

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  • 89 hold sway — formal 1) to be the main influence on people s opinions or behaviour Moral arguments no longer seem to hold sway. 2) to control an area Rebel forces still hold sway in the northern parts of the country …

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  • 90 hold sway — ► hold sway have great power or influence. Main Entry: ↑sway …

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  • 91 a|sway — «uh SWAY», adjective. swaying …

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  • 92 un|sway|a|ble — «uhn SWAY uh buhl», adjective. not to be swayed or influenced …

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  • 93 anti-sway bar — [an΄tē swā′] n. ANTIROLL BAR * * * …

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  • 94 anti-sway bar — noun a connection between the left and right suspension systems of a road vehicle designed to stabilise it, and reduce roll or sway on corners Syn: anti roll bar …

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  • 95 have sway — index predominate (command) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 96 hold sway — index govern, preside Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 97 hold sway over — index moderate (preside over), subjugate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 98 hold sway — have great power or influence. → sway …

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  • 99 hold sway — they had held sway in France for a quarter of a century Syn: hold power, wield power, exercise power, have jurisdiction, have authority, have dominion, rule, be in control, predominate; have the upper hand, have the edge, have the whip hand, have …

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  • 100 under someone's sway — formal under someone s control or rule People were increasingly under the sway of extremists …

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