Some articles on sweeps, sweep:
... SWEEPS-11 is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star SWEEPS J175902.67−291153.5 in the constellation Sagittarius approximately 22000 light years away from the Solar System (based on a ... found in 2006 by the Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search (SWEEPS) program that uses transit method ...
... between exposure to soot and a high incidence of Chimney Sweeps' carcinoma, a scrotal cancer (later found to be squamous cell carcinoma) in chimney sweeps ... Pott describes Chimney Sweeps' carcinoma thus The disease was usually preceded by the development of hyperkeratotic lesions on the scrotum, which was what the sweeps ... These could be benign sweeps often removed them themselves by trapping them in a split cane and cutting them off with a pocket knife ...
... A sweep is when a number of people pay to purchase a set of tickets, each representing a horse ... place, considering the random nature of a sweep ... Office sweeps are exceptionally popular in Australia for the Melbourne Cup, and as a social event the sweep becomes the focus of the day’s festivities ...
... SWEEPS-4 and SWEEPS-11 orbited stars that were sufficiently visually distinct from their neighbors that follow-up observations using the radial velocity ... Orbital period Semimajor axis Orbital eccentricity Inclination Discovery year SWEEPS J175853.29-291233.5 Sagittarius 17h 58m 53s −29° 12′ 33″ 22.2 ~22000 ...
... SWEEPS-10 is, as of June 2007, the planet candidate with the shortest orbital period yet found ... The planet orbits the star SWEEPS J175902.00−291323.7 located in the Galactic bulge at a distance of approximately 22000 light years from Earth (based on a distance modulus of 14.1) ... It completes an orbit of its star (designated SWEEPS J175902.00−291323.7) in just 10 hours ...
Famous quotes containing the word sweeps:
“Roll forth, my song, like the rushing river,
That sweeps along to the mighty sea;”
—James Clarence Mangan (18031849)
“There is a grandeur in the uniformity of the mass. When a fashion, a dance, a song, a slogan or a joke sweeps like wildfire from one end of the continent to the other, and a hundred million people roar with laughter, sway their bodies in unison, hum one song or break forth in anger and denunciation, there is the overpowering feeling that in this country we have come nearer the brotherhood of man than ever before.”
—Eric Hoffer (19021983)
“A servant with this clause
Makes drudgery divine:
Who sweeps a room as for Thy laws
Makes that and th action fine.”
—George Herbert (15931633)