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Smith may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 People; 2 Occupations; 3 Arts and entertainment; 4 Places. 4.1 North America; 4.2 Antarctica; 4.3 Outer space; 4.4 Other places. 5 Businesses; 6 Other uses; 7 See also. People[edit]. Smith ( surname), a family name originating in England. List of people with surname Smith ...

www.smithoptics.com

Smith Optics sets the standard for high performance sunglasses, goggles and helmets. Smith innovations include the patented Regulator lens ventilation system, distortion-free Tapered Lens Technology, and the versatility of the Slider Series.

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Smith Optics snow goggles lead the industry with the I/O snow goggle series. All Smith Optics Snow Goggles are built upon our heritage of innovation, and ...

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www.smith.edu

A Friendship in Letters. Nolen Arts Lounge, 7 a.m.-11:30 p.m.. A letter-writing project inspired by the lifelong penship between Smith alumna Abe Louise Young '99 and her friend. Calendar of Events ...

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Smith, Portland, Oregon. 199103 likes · 527 talking about this · 54 were here. For over forty years Smith Optics has hung its hat on a heritage of...

www.smith.co

SMITH is a leading experiential commerce (xCom) agency that specializes in helping brands modernize the buying and selling experience for both B2B and B2C customers.

thesmithrestaurant.com/location/washington-d-c

Located in the center of the Penn Quarter neighborhood of Washington DC and steps from the Verizon Center, The Smith brings its signature lively atmosphere to the nation's capital. We work closely with local farmers and purveyors that we trust to serve delicious food and drinks that people crave. Our seasonal fare and  ...

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/smith

From Middle English smith, from Old English smiþ (“handicraftsman, smith, blacksmith, armorer, carpenter, worker in metals or in wood”), from Proto- Germanic *smiþaz (“arranger, smith”), from Proto-Indo-European *smēy-, *smī- (“ to cut, hew”). Cognate with Dutch smid, German Schmied, Swedish/Norwegian smed.