Swing

Swing or swinging may refer to:

Read more about Swing:  Activity, Computing, Politics, Other Uses

Other articles related to "swing":

David Burrowes - Parliamentary Career
... Edmonton at the 2001 General Election achieving a 1.0 swing away from sitting MP Andy Love who won by a majority of 9,772 ... Minister of State for Education and Skills Stephen Twigg with a majority of 1,747 votes and a swing of 8.7% ... Burrowes attributed the "biggest swing to the Tories" -his 2005 victory at Enfield- to the desire for "a local champion for people,".."someone who is going to be working hard locally, for the benefit of all." In ...
DeVante Swing
... (born September 29, 1969 in Hampton, Virginia), better known by his stage name DeVante Swing, is an American record producer, singer, rapper and songwriter ... Swing rose to fame in the 1990s as the founding member of the trendsetting R B group Jodeci, one of the more popular R B acts of its time ... Swing served as the main songwriter, producer, and leader of Jodeci which also featured his younger brother Dalvin DeGrate ...
Swing - Other Uses
... Swing rifles, type of firearm Swinging, manipulation of poï in juggling Sex swing, a type of harness specifically for the purpose of sexual intercourse The Swing (painting), a 1767 rococo painting by ...
Orchestral Jazz
... Outline of jazz "Jazz" Jazz band Big band Improvisation Jam session Scat singing Swing performance Jazz bass Jazz drumming Jazz guitar Jazz piano Jazz violin Vocal jazz Genres Acid jazz ...
Giant Swing - History
... The Giant Swing was constructed in 1784 in front of the Devasathan shrine by King Rama I ... During the reign of Rama II the swing ceremony was discontinued as the swing had become structurally damaged by lightning ... The two used for the main structure of the swing are over 3.5m in circumference and over 30m in height ...

Famous quotes containing the word swing:

    And I have asked to be
    Where no storms come,
    Where the green swell is in the havens dumb,
    And out of the swing of the sea.
    Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–1889)

    Slave of the wheel of labor, what to him
    Are Plato and the swing of Pleiades?
    Edwin Markham (1852–1940)

    Neither moral relations nor the moral law can swing in vacuo. Their only habitat can be a mind which feels them; and no world composed of merely physical facts can possibly be a world to which ethical propositions apply.
    William James (1842–1910)