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Definition of the noun Smee

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noun - plural: smees

  1. The pintail, wigeon, pochard, or smew.

Character

Smee a.k.a. Mr. Smee: Smee is a fictional character from the 1991 film Hook.

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Google previewA Few Remarks on the Present State and Prospects of Electrical Illumination (1853)

With a Description of the Author's Patented Inventions in Galvanic Batteries and Electric Lamps by Joseph J. W. Watson

Smee is an instrument of much importance, and consists mainly in an arrangement by which the bubbles of hydrogen, which otherwise attach themselves closely to the negative plate, are enabled to ...

Google previewEdinburgh Medical Journal (1876)

Foveaux's Smee is an extremely convenient form of battery, which of late years has come into very general use, and, indeed, it would ...

Google previewThe Soul Stylists (2011)

Six Decades of Modernism - From Mods to Casuals by Paolo Hewitt

Phil Smee is a successful designer. Robert Hall is a marketing director. Ian R. Hebditch is a lecturer and still adores The Action. Ann Sullivan is an original Mod. So is Eileen Barnes. Liz Woodcroft is a barrister and author of Goodbadwoman.

Google previewUs Indonesia Diplomatic and Political Cooperation Handbook (2007)

by USA International Business Publications

The smee is an excellent vehicle to expand hands-on training, and education, in Indonesia, on topics required by the tni and Department of Defense. smees can also include small teams of Indonesian officers sent to U.S. bases for similar ...

Google previewEnterprise Policy Performance Assessment Enterprise Policy Performance Assessment: Republic of Serbia, Serbia and Montenegro 2005 (2005)

by OECD

The abbreviation SMEE is an expression used for small and medium-sized enterprises and enterpreneurship. The strategy for Development of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and Private Enterpreneurship produced by the Ministry for ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of nineteenth-century photography (2008)

A-I, index by John Hannavy

MICHAEL PRITCHARD SMEE, ALFRED (1818-1877) The scientist, ophthalmic surgeon, and metallurgist Alfred Smee was an important and prolific writer on electricity and electro-biology, and was an early pioneer in the understanding of the ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Multimedia 1999 (2014)

Terms and Acronyms by Brad Hansen

®SMEE ̄). (n.) An authority on a particular subjectwho guides the developmentof content foramultimedia production orwebsite. It is the responsibility of the SME to ensure that technical details and facts relatedto the topicare accurate.

Google previewExecuSpeak Dictionary (2014)

by Carol Heiberger

Pronounced smee. An individual who has a great deal of knowledge on a specific subject. Frequently pronounced smee. Usage: In order to learn more they needed to consult with a few SMEs. Smoothing A technique that uses a series of ...

Google previewThe American and English Encyclopedia of Law (1890)

by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland

78; Smee v.

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Scrabble value of S1M3E1E1

The value of this 4-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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