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Southing
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Tendency or progress southward as, the southing of the sun. Emerson. The time at which the moon, or other heavenly body, passes the meridian of a place. (Astron.) Distan
Space rocket
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Space rocket: Rocket which is sufficiently powerful to travel into outer space
Space vehicle
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Space vehicle: Spacecraft, vehicle made to travel in outer space
Spaceship
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Spaceship: Vehicle designed for travel beyond the earths atmosphere
Spacewoman
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Spacewoman: Female astronaut, woman trained to travel in a spacecraft
Special leave
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Special leave: Vacation time given to a soldier in consideration of special circumstances
Speedwalk
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Speedwalk: Travelator, travolator, slow speed mechanical moving walkway or moving sidewalk for pedestrians (often used in airports and metro stations)
Steam
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To exhale. [Obs.] Spenser. To expose to the action of steam to apply steam to for softening, dressing, or preparing as, to steam wood to steamcloth 6. to steam food, etc
Storm
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To raise a tempest. Spenser. To blow with violence also, to rain, hail, snow, or the like, usually in a violent manner, or with high wind used impersonally as, it storms
Straightforward
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Proceeding in a straight course or manner not deviating honest frank. adv. In a straightforward manner. Straight`for"ward*ly, adv. Straight`for"ward*ness, n. Straigh
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