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Sleigh
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A vehicle moved on runners, and used for transporting persons or goods on snow or ice in England commonly called a sledge. Sleigh bell, a small bell attached either to a
Snake oil
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Snake oil: Liquid that is sold as a cure-all medication by traveling salesman (usually as a scam) deception, trickery, fraud (Slang)
Snowshoeing
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Traveling on snowshoes. Snowshoeing: Act of walking on snowshoes act of travelling using snowshoes
Snowshoer
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Snowshoer: One who travels on snowshoes an expert in using snowshoes. W. G. Beers.
Sojourn
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A temporary residence, as that of a traveler in a foreign land. Though long detained In that obscure sojourn. Milton. Sojourn: To dwell for a time to dwell or live in a
Sojournment
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Temporary residence, as that of a stranger or a traveler. [R.] Sojournment: Act of sojourning, act of dwelling in a place for a relatively brief period of time, tempor
Solitary wave
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Solitary wave: Travelling wave that is not preceded and followed by another localized disturbance
Sonic barrier
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Sonic barrier: Sound barrier, supposed barrier to air travel at a speed faster than the speed of sound
South America
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Southern Africa
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Southern Africa: The southern area of Africa including countries like South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique.
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