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Los Angeles (magazine)
Los Angeles magazine is a monthly regional magazine of national stature. Published by Emmis Communications and produced monthly since the spring of 1961, LA Magazine is a combination of award-winning feature writing, investigative reporting, service journalism, and design, the definitive resource and indispensable guide for Angelenos

Lose It (Cartel song)
"Lose It" is a single by the five-piece American pop-rock band Cartel, recorded for the MTV show Band in a Bubble. This was the first song recorded by Cartel while they spent 20 days recording a new album in a glass bubble. It was released as the group's first single from their self-titled second album Cartel

Loser may refer to:In music:*Loser , an American rock band* "Loser" , a 1993 song by Beck* "Loser" , a 2000 song by 3 Doors Down* "Loser" , a 2005 song by AyreonIn other media:

Loser (3 Doors Down song)
"Loser" is the title of a song recorded by American alternative rock band 3 Doors Down. It was released in July 2000 as the second single from their debut album The Better Life. The song spent 21 weeks at the number-one position on the Billboard U.S

Loser (Ayreon song)
"Loser" is the fifth single by Ayreon, released on July 26, 2004, from their album The Human Equation. Although it is released under Ayreon's name, the version of the song was made by Star One. This version of “Day Sixteen: Loser” is very different from the album version. On this version, Peter Vink is playing the bass and Joost van den Broek is playing the keyboards

Loser (Hand gesture)
The loser is a hand gesture made by extending the thumb and index fingers, leaving the other fingers closed to create the letter L, interpreted as "loser", and generally given as a demeaning sign. Sometimes this is accompanied by raising the hand to the giver's forehead, and sometimes it is done as you rest your head in your hands

Loss may refer to:*A negative difference between retail price and cost of production**Loss leader a deliberate commercial loss made in the expectation of recouping it by profitable sales of other lines

Loss (Bass Communion album)
Loss in the name of the sixth studio album released by British musician, songwriter and producer Steven Wilson under the pseudonym Bass Communion, and was limited to only 450 copies on vinyl.

Loss (film)
Loss is a 2008 film directed, co-written and co-produced by Latvian film director Maris Martinsons. In October 2008, it was announced that the film was Lithuania's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in the 81st Academy Awards, becoming the first Lithuanian feature film ever to be submitted for the Academy Awards.-Awards:International premiere of

Loss leader
A loss leader or leader is a product sold at a low price to stimulate other profitable sales. It is a kind of sales promotion, in other words marketing concentrating on a pricing strategy. A loss leader is often a popular article

-In cinema or television:*Lost , an ABC drama about people who become stranded on a mysterious island*Lost , a short-lived reality television program*Lost , an American thriller starring Dean Cain

Lost (1956 film)
Lost is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Guy Green. It is set in 1950s London, and revolves around the apparent kidnapping of a young American couple's baby.-Plot:

Lost (2004 film)
Lost is a 2004 American thriller film starring Dean Cain. It was written and directed by first time filmmaker, Darren Lemke.-Plot:After orchestrating a robbery, bank Vice President Jeremy Stanton gets lost driving in the desert, en route to meeting his family with a deadline of eight hours

Lost (Cool Calm Pete album)
Lost is the debut solo album by American hip hop artist Cool Calm Pete, released in the United States on July 12, 2005 on Embedded Records and later released in Europe on Definitive Jux

Lost (Faith Hill song)
"Lost" is a song written by Mitch Allan and Kara DioGuardi and was recorded by American country singer Faith Hill, the first released from her album The Hits.The week after its release, it made the biggest debut at #61 on the US Hot 100 Singles Chart

Lost (Kreator song)
"Lost" is a single by German thrash metal band Kreator released in 1995. It was only released as a promotion CD single.-Track listing:# "Lost" - 3:36# "Hate Inside Your Head" - 3:40

Lost (Menudo song)
"Lost" is a song by the Puerto Rican boy band, Menudo. It was releasedas a digital single with virtually no album support in June 2008. While it failed to enter the Billboard Hot 100, it instead charted on its companion Pop 100 chart at number 61.- Trivia :The music video guest starred Victoria Justice, from Zoey 101

Lost (Michael Bublé song)
"Lost" is the third single from Michael Bublé's third studio album, Call Me Irresponsible. The song was inspired by the breakup with his former fiancée Debbie Timuss. Bublé performed the song on The X Factor on December 8, 2007. The song was featured in the sixth season of American police procedural drama NCIS

Lost (RTZ album)
Lost is the second album by American rock band RTZ. It was released in 1999 by Renaissance Records and Avalon Japan. It was reissued in 2000 with a bonus track.-Track listing:All songs written by Delp and Goudreau, except where noted.

Lost (season 4)
The fourth season of the American serial drama television series Lost commenced airing on the American Broadcasting Company Network in the United States, and on CTV in Canada on January 31, 2008 and concluded on May 29, 2008

Lost (season 5)
The fifth season of the American serial drama television series Lost commenced airing on the ABC network in the United States and on A in Canada in January 2009, and concluded with a two-hour season finale on May 13, 2009

Lost (TV series)
Lost is an American television series that originally aired on ABC from September 22, 2004 to May 23, 2010, consisting of six seasons. Lost is a drama series that follows the survivors of the crash of a commercial passenger jet flying between Sydney and Los Angeles, on a mysterious tropical island somewhere in the South Pacific Ocean

Lost and Found (1996 film)
Lost and Found is a 1996 Hong Kong film written and directed by Lee Chi-Ngai. It stars Kelly Chan, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Michael Wong.-Synopsis:

Lost And Found (album)
Lost And Found is a 2-Disc album that includes demos and live recordings by the Byron Band which spans two years from 1980-1982. It also includes a Robin George solo track.-Track listing:Disc OneWriting Demos Live In London '82

Lost and Found (book)
Lost and Found is a children's picture book by Oliver Jeffers, published in 2005. It won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Gold Award and was the Blue Peter Book of the Year.

Lost and Found (Brooks & Dunn song)
"Lost and Found" is the title of a song co-written and recorded by American country music duo Brooks & Dunn. It was released in September 1992 as the fifth and final single from their debut album, Brand New Man and it peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart

Lost and Found (The Detroit Cobras album)
Lost and Found is a compilation album put together by founding members of The Detroit Cobras originally licensed to Sympathy for the Record Industry in 2004, but never released

Lost and Found (Volume 2)
Lost and Found is the ninth album by Ezio, released in 2006. Despite its name, there is no Volume 1 - the album is a collection of songs which, according to the quote from Ezio himself "didn't make it at the time or evolved into something else"

Lost Cause (disambiguation)
Lost Cause refers to the Lost Cause of the Confederacy.Lost Cause may also refer to:*Lost Cause , by Jandek*"Lost Cause" , by Beck*"Lost Cause", by Priscilla Ahn, from the album When You Grow Up

Lost Cause (song)
"Lost Cause" is the fifth song by Beck from his fifth major-label studio album, Sea Change. It was released as a promo single.-Music video:

Lost for Words
Lost for Words may refer to:* Lost for Words * Lost for Words * "Lost for Words" * "Lost for Words" * Lost for Words , a 1999 British TV film

Lost For Words (Mach One)
Lost For Words by Mach One is a collection of studio sessions and demos recorded in London during 1983, and released on vinyl the same year. Despite a limited number of pressings, the album was distributed worldwide via Pinnacle Records and reviewed in Sounds by Mary Anne Hobbs and Kerrang

Lost Property (book)
Lost Property is a young adult novel by Australian author James Moloney. First published in 2005, it is about a teenage boy in Sydney who loses direction in his life

Lot or lots may refer to:*Lot , a unit of weight used in many European countries since Middle Ages until the beginning of the 20th century*Lot, a set of goods, together for sale in an auction; or a quantity of a financial instrument

Lot or lots may refer to:*Lot , a unit of weight used in many European countries since Middle Ages until the beginning of the 20th century*Lot, a set of goods, together for sale in an auction; or a quantity of a financial instrument

Lota may refer to:In places:*Lota, Chile*Lota, Queensland*Lota railway station, Brisbane*Lota , located on MarsIn people:*Lota Delgado , Filipino actress*Lota de Macedo Soares , Brazilian aesthete

-Places:*Lote, Norway, a village in Eid municipality, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway*Lote, India, an area in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra-People:*Lote Raikabula , a New Zealand Rugby union player

Lothar (disambiguation)
Lothar is a family name and a given name.Lothar may also refer to:* Lothar , an extratropical cyclone that hit Central Europe in 1999* Lothar , a fictional robot in Metabarons* Lothar, Nepal* Lothar I or Lothair I

Lothario is a male first name which came to connote an unscrupulous seducer of women.In The Impertinent Curiosity, a story-within-the-story in Don Quixote , by Miguel de Cervantes, a man named Anselmo coerces Lothario, his faithful friend, to test the virtue of Anselmo's wife, Camila

Lotion (band)
Lotion was a Manhattan indie rock band formed in 1991 by brothers Bill and Jim Ferguson , drummer Rob Youngberg, and vocalist Tony Zajkowski.-Career:

Loto are a Portuguese band from Alcobaça. The band consists of Ricardo, JT and Pedrosa, and they produce electro-pop-rock-dance music.Their debut was in October 2002 with the EP Swinging on a Star.

Loto (actor)
Suon Bou known as Loto was a Cambodian actor. He was one of several Cambodian actors who escaped alive from the Khmer Rouge.

Lotti may refer to any of the following:* Antonio Lotti , Italian composer* Brian Lotti, U.S. professional skateboarder* Cosimo Lotti , Italian engineer and landscape designer

Lotto can refer to the following:* Lottery, a form of gambling; lottery refers to a collection of games, while certain specific games have Lotto or Loto as the name.

- Botany :*Lotus , various botanical taxa*Lotus *Lotus Flower, Nelumbo nucifera- Motor cars :*Lotus Cars, a British motor vehicle manufacturer**Team Lotus, a British Formula One racing team that competed between 1954 and 1994

Lotus (band)
The Lotus was a popular English pop/rock band in Hong Kong in the 1960s. The most notable member was Samuel Hui.-Career:The band along with Roman and the Four Steps was noteworthy for singing in English and often singing British and American songs.

Lotus (Elisa album)
Lotus is the fourth studio album by Elisa, released in 2003 . Initially idealized as a live album , Lotus became a mix between studio album , a greatest hits album and a cover album

Lotus (guitar)
Lotus was a brand name of guitars usedfrom the late 1970s until the late 1990s. Lotus guitars were usually copies of other brand name guitars, such as the Gibson Les Paul and the Fender Stratocaster

Lotus (plant)
Lotus identifies various plant taxa:* Nelumbo, a genus of aquatic plants with showy flowers** Nelumbo nucifera, the Sacred or Indian lotus** Nelumbo lutea, the American or Yellow lotus

Lotus position
The Lotus Position is a cross-legged sitting posture originating in meditative practices of ancient India, in which the feet are placed on the opposing thighs. It is an established posture, commonly used for meditation, in the Hindu Yoga and Buddhist contemplative traditions

Louches is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France.-Population:-References:* -External links:*

Loud may refer to:* Loudness, the subjective quality of sound of great intensity.* Loud , a TV show on Canada's MuchMusic/A TV channel owned by CTVglobemedia* Loud Mine, a gold mine in White County, Georgia* Loud Township, Michigan, U.S.

LOUD is a modified version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution used within West Virginia University's computer science department

Loud (Shannon Noll song)
"Loud" was the first single to be taken from Shannon Noll's third album, Turn It Up. The single was released to radio on 10 August 2007, and debuted at number three on the Australian Singles Chart.

Louder (Flynn album)
Louder is the first solo album by LA Symphony member Flynn Atkins released under Eartube Empire. It was re-released in 2003 under Basement Records.-Track listing:# Night After Night # Trudgin'# Miss Pioneer

Loudmouth may refer to:* Loudmouth , an American rock band* Loudmouth * Loudmouth * The Loud Mouth, a 1932 short comedy film* Loudmouth Golf, an American sportswear company

Loudmouth (band)
Loudmouth is the band name for a group who played such songs as "Fly", "What?", and "End of the Century", having their music featured in the PlayStation game Omega Boost, and having the same song featured in the movie Varsity Blues.

Loudmouth (Boomtown Rats album)
Loudmouth – The Best of Bob Geldof & The Boomtown Rats is a greatest hits collection from Bob Geldof and The Boomtown Rats, consisting mostly of Boomtown Rats material but also some Bob Geldof solo material.-Track listing:

Loudmouth (Boomtown Rats album)
Loudmouth – The Best of Bob Geldof & The Boomtown Rats is a greatest hits collection from Bob Geldof and The Boomtown Rats, consisting mostly of Boomtown Rats material but also some Bob Geldof solo material.-Track listing:

Loudspeaker (album)
Loudspeaker is an instrumental album by the guitarist Marty Friedman, released in 2006 in Japan, and 2007 in United States. It entered the Japanese national chart at #33

Loue (tent)
A loue is an ultra-light Finnish open tent used to give shelter from wind and rain during rest stops or over-night camping during hikes

Louer is a commune in the Landes department in Aquitaine in south-western France.

Loughborough (disambiguation)
Loughborough refers to primarily Loughborough in Leicestershire. However, it may also refer to:* Loughborough Lake* Baron Loughborough* Loughborough Grammar School* Loughborough University* Loughborough Junction* Loughborough v. Blake, an 1820 U.S

-Surname:* Arthur Louis , British musician whose surname is pronounced 'Lewis'* Thomas Louis , British naval officer* Pierre Louÿs , French writer* Spyridon Louis , Greek runner

Louis (graphic novel)
Louis is a graphic novel series created by metaphrog, the Franco-Scottish duo Sandra Marrs and John Chalmers.-Series overview:Louis is an unasumming worker who lives in Hamlet with his companion FC , his pet mechanical bird. He spends his days filling bottles with air, making fruit, and writing to imaginary aunts

Louisa (ship)
The Louisa was a merchant ship out of Philadelphia, United States during 1800.During Quasi-War with the French, the Louisa carried a letter of marque allowing her to act as a privateer. She was armed with twelve six-pound guns and manned by a crew of thirty .In August 1800 the ship was attacked off Gibraltar by French privateers from Algeciras

Saraiki people
The Saraiki people or Multani people are an ethnic group from the central and south-eastern areas of Pakistan, especially the former princely state of Bahawalpur and the districts of Multan, Lodhran, Vehari, Khanewal, Rahim Yar Khan, Rajanpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, Muzaffargarh,

The Saramaka or Saramacca are one of six Maroon peoples in the Republic of Suriname. The word "Maroon" comes from the Spanish cimarrón, itself derived from an Arawakan root; by the early 16th century it was used throughout the Americas to designate slaves who successfully escaped from slavery.- Setting and language :Suriname, formerly called

The Sārangī is a bowed, short-necked string instrument of India which is originated from Rajasthani folk instruments. It plays an important role in India's Hindustani classical music tradition

Sarasota Memorial Hospital
Sarasota Memorial Hospital is an 806-bed hospital at the heart of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, a regional medical center located in Sarasota County on Florida's Gulf Coast. With nearly 4,000 staff members, 750 physicians and more than 1,000 volunteers, it is the second-largest acute care public hospital in Florida and Sarasota County's second-largest employer

Sarati is an artificial script created by J. R. R. Tolkien. According to Tolkien's mythology, the Sarati alphabet was invented by the Elf Rúmil of Tirion.- External history :

Saratoga campaign
The Saratoga Campaign was an attempt by Great Britain to gain military control of the strategically important Hudson River valley in 1777 during the American Revolutionary War

The Sarayu is a river that flows through the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. This river is of ancient significance, finding mentions in the Vedas and the Ramayana. The Sarayu forms at the confluence of the Karnali and Mahakali in Bahraich District

Sarbanes-Oxley Act
The Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 , also known as the 'Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act' and 'Corporate and Auditing Accountability and Responsibility Act' and commonly called Sarbanes–Oxley, Sarbox or SOX, is a United States federal law enacted on July 30, 2002, which set new or enhanced standards for all U.S

Sarcoidosis , also called sarcoid, Besnier-Boeck disease or Besnier-Boeck-Schaumann disease, is a disease in which abnormal collections of chronic inflammatory cells form as nodules in multiple organs. The cause of sarcoidosis is unknown

The Sarcopterygii or lobe-finned fishes – sometimes considered synonymous with Crossopterygii constitute a clade of the bony fishes, though a strict classification would include the terrestrial vertebrates

Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan
Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan was twice a former Prime Minister and President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. He has been the longest serving Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

Sardines, or pilchards, are several types of small, oily fish related to herrings, family Clupeidae. Sardines are named after the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, around which they were once abundant.

Sardis or Sardes was an ancient city at the location of modern Sart in Turkey's Manisa Province

Sarfarosh was a critically and commercially successful action film, released in 1999. It was directed by John Matthew Matthan and starred Aamir Khan, Sonali Bendre and Naseeruddin Shah. John started working on Sarfarosh in 1992

Sarfraz Nawaz
Sarfraz Nawaz Malik is a former Pakistani Test cricketer and politician who discovered reverse swing and was instrumental in Pakistan's first Test series victories over India and England. Between 1969 and 1984 he played 55 Tests and 45 One Day Internationals and was Imran Khan's regular new ball partner

Sargassum is a genus of brown macroalga in the order Fucales. Numerous species are distributed throughout the temperate and tropical oceans of the world, where they generally inhabit shallow water and coral reefs. However, the genus may be best known for its planktonic species

Sargon of Akkad
Sargon of Akkad, also known as Sargon the Great "the Great King" , was an Akkadian emperor famous for his conquest of the Sumerian city-states in the 23rd and 22nd centuries BC. The founder of the Dynasty of Akkad, Sargon reigned in the last quarter of the third millennium BC

Sarika was born on 3 June 1962 into a Maharashtrian family in New Delhi, India, and became an acclaimed National Award winning Indian actress.-Career:

The Sarimanok is a legendary bird of the Maranao people who originate from Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines. It comes from the words "sari" and "manok." "Sari" means cloth or garment, which is generally of assorted colors

Sarin, or GB, is an organophosphorus compound with the formula [2CHO]CH3PF. It is a colorless, odorless liquid, which is used as a chemical weapon. It has been classified as a weapon of mass destruction in UN Resolution 687

Sarir field
The Sarir Field was discovered in southern Cyrenaica during 1961 and is considered to be the largest oil field in Libya, with estimated oil reserves of

The Iron Age Sarmatians were an Iranian people in Classical Antiquity, flourishing from about the 5th century BC to the 4th century AD.

Sarnia, Ontario
Sarnia is a city in Southern Ontario, Canada . It is the largest city on Lake Huron and is located where the upper Great Lakes empty into the St. Clair River.

Sarojini Naidu
Sarojini Naidu , also known by the sobriquet The Nightingale of India, was a child prodigy, Indian independence activist and poet

Sarona, Palestine
Sarona was a German Templer colony northeast of the city of Jaffa. It was one of the earliest modern villages established in Palestine. Today it is a neighborhood in Tel Aviv, Israel.- History :

Sarpa Kavu
Sarpa Kavu is a traditional natural sacred space seen near traditional homes in Kerala state of South India. The site is believed to be inhabited by snakes, and the area usually contains a representation of Naga Raja and other Naga Devatas , where offerings and rites are performed during special

The Šarplaninac or Šarplaninec , also known as Sharplaninac/Sharplaninec, Illyrian Shepherd Dog or Yugoslav Shepherd Dog-Šarplanina is a dog breed of the livestock guardian type originally from Serbia and Macedonia.- Appearance :The

Sasaram , sometimes also spelled as Sahasram, is the administrative headquarters of the Rohtas district in the Indian state of Bihar.It is one of the oldest cities in India, and is famous for production of stone chips and for the local quarrying industry

A sash is a cloth belt used to hold a robe together, and is usually tied about the waist. The Japanese equivalent of a sash, obi, serves to hold a kimono or yukata together. Decorative sashes may pass from the shoulder to the hip rather than around the waist

Sasha Alexander
Sasha Alexander is an American actress. She is best known for several roles, including Gretchen Witter, the sister of Pacey Witter on Dawson's Creek; NCIS Special Agent Kate Todd in the first two seasons of NCIS; as Lucy in Yes Man ; and as Catherine in He's Just Not That Into You .She currently stars as Chief Medical Examiner Maura Isles

Sasha Cohen
Alexandra Pauline "Sasha" Cohen is a U.S. figure skater. She is the 2006 Olympic silver medalist, a three-time World Championship medalist, the 2003 Grand Prix Final Champion, and the 2006 U.S. Champion.-Personal life:

Saskatchewan Government Insurance
Created in 1945, Saskatchewan Government Insurance is a provincial Crown corporation that has been developed over the years into two linked operations.

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology
Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology is a diploma-granting college that has four campuses across Saskatchewan. More than 12,000 students are enrolled in its programs and has approximately 29,000 additional individual registrations.

Saskatchewan Legislative Building
The Saskatchewan Legislative Building is located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and houses the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.-History:

Saskatchewan Roughriders
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are a Canadian Football League team based in Regina, Saskatchewan. They were founded in 1910. They play their home games at 2940 10th Avenue in Regina, which has been the team's home base for its entire history, even prior to the construction of Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field

Saskatchewan Western Development Museum
The Saskatchewan Western Development Museum is a network of four museums in Saskatchewan, Canada preserving and recording the social and economic development of the province. The museum has branches in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton. Respectively, each branch focuses on a different theme: transportation, agriculture, economy, and people

Sassafras is a genus of three extant and one extinct species of deciduous trees in the family Lauraceae, native to eastern North America and eastern Asia.-Overview:

Sassanid Empire
The Sassanid Empire , known to its inhabitants as Ērānshahr and Ērān in Middle Persian and resulting in the New Persian terms Iranshahr and Iran , was the last pre-Islamic Persian Empire, ruled by the Sasanian Dynasty from 224 to 651

Sassov (Hasidic dynasty)
The Sassov Hasidic dynasty began with Rabbi Moshe Leib Erblich of Sassov , a disciple of Rabbi Dovber of Mezeritch, the disciple of the Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Hasidism.

Sat.1 is a privately owned German television broadcasting station. Sat.1 was the first privately owned television broadcasting station in Germany, having started one day before RTL Television.

Satan , "the opposer", is the title of various entities, both human and divine, who challenge the faith of humans in the Hebrew Bible

Satasidham is a village development committee in Jhapa District in the Mechi Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 20,809 people living in 3842 individual households.

Satchel Paige
Leroy Robert "Satchel" Paige was an American baseball player whose pitching in the Negro leagues and in Major League Baseball made him a legend in his own lifetime

In the context of spaceflight, a satellite is an object which has been placed into orbit by human endeavour. Such objects are sometimes called artificial satellites to distinguish them from natural satellites such as the Moon.

Satellite dish
A satellite dish is a dish-shaped type of parabolic antenna designed to receive microwaves from communications satellites, which transmit data transmissions or broadcasts, such as satellite television.-Principle of operation:

Satellite Music Network
Satellite Music Network was the first satellite delivered network to provide complete live 24-hour a day music programming to local stations, under several different formats

Satellite phone
A satellite telephone, satellite phone, or satphone is a type of mobile phone that connects to orbiting satellites instead of terrestrial cell sites

Satellite television
Satellite television is television programming delivered by the means of communications satellite and received by an outdoor antenna, usually a parabolic mirror generally referred to as a satellite dish, and as far as household usage is concerned, a satellite receiver either in the form of an external set-top box or a satellite tuner module built into a TV set

Satellite truck
A satellite truck is a mobile communications satellite Earth station, typically mounted on a truck chassis on a platform allowing satellite transmission from any location that the production truck can reach, provided a line of sight to the desired satellite is available.-Equipment:Typically a satellite truck will have its own on-board power source such as an electrical

Sathyan Anthikkad
Sathyan Anthikad is an Indian film director and screenwriter known primarily for his family based Malayalam films.He has created many critical and commercially successful films, especially when working with Sreenivasan as the scriptwriter

Sati (practice)
For other uses, see Sati .Satī was a religious funeral practice among some Indian communities in which a recently widowed woman either voluntarily or by use of force and coercion would have immolated herself on her husband’s funeral pyre

Satin Bowerbird
The Satin Bowerbird, Ptilonorhynchus violaceus is a bowerbird endemic to eastern Australia.A rare natural intergeneric hybrid between the Satin Bowerbird and the Regent Bowerbird is known as Rawnsley's Bowerbird.-Distribution:

Satire is primarily a literary genre or form, although in practice it can also be found in the graphic and performing arts. In satire, vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, and society itself, into improvement

Satmar (Hasidic dynasty)
Satmar is a Hasidic movement comprising mostly Hungarian and Romanian Hasidic Jewish Holocaust survivors and their descendants. It was founded and led by the late Hungarian-born Grand Rebbe Yoel Teitelbaum , who was the rabbi of Szatmárnémeti, Hungary

Sator Arepo Tenet Opera Rotas
The Sator Square is a word square containing a Latin palindrome featuring the words SATOR AREPO TENET OPERA ROTAS written in a square so that they may be read top-to-bottom, bottom-to-top, left-to-right, and right-to-left. The earliest known appearance of the square was found in the ruins of Pompeii which was buried in the ash of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD

Satoshi Kamiya
is among the most advanced origami masters in the world. He began the art at age two, and began seriously designing more advanced models in 1995, and has since made hundreds of origami models. Perhaps his most famous design is Ryujin 3.5, an elaborate dragon covered with scales and having feelers, claws, and horns. The work can take up to one month to fold properly

Saturday Disney
Saturday Disney is a children's program which has aired on the Seven Network in Australia for over 20 years, with the first episode going to air on 20 January 1990. Although, according to the hosts during the 800th episode of the show, they revealed the show premiered in March 1990, causing confusion of the actual premiere date

Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live is a live American late-night television sketch comedy and variety show developed by Lorne Michaels and Dick Ebersol. The show premiered on NBC on October 11, 1975, under the original title of NBC's Saturday Night.The show's sketches often parody contemporary American culture and politics

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest planet in the Solar System, after Jupiter. Saturn is named after the Roman god Saturn, equated to the Greek Cronus , the Babylonian Ninurta and the Hindu Shani. Saturn's astronomical symbol represents the Roman god's sickle.Saturn, along with Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune, is a gas giant

Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film
The Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film is a Saturn Award given to the best film in the science fiction genre by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.-Winners:-External links:*

Saturn ION
The Saturn Ion was a compact car sold by the Saturn marque of American automaker General Motors between the 2003 and 2007 model years. It used the GM Delta platform. The Ion replaced the Saturn S-Series in 2003,

Saturn L-series
The Saturn L-Series was a line of automobiles sold by General Motors' Saturn marque.The L-Series mid-size sedans and station wagons were introduced in 2000. They were based on the Opel Vectra B and manufactured at a GM plant in Wilmington, Delaware

Saturn Sky
The Saturn Sky was the only roadster from the Saturn marque of American automaker General Motors, and was initially released in the first quarter of 2006 as a 2007 model. It uses the Kappa automobile platform shared with the Pontiac Solstice and Opel GT

Saturn V
The Saturn V was an American human-rated expendable rocket used by NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs from 1967 until 1973. A multistage liquid-fueled launch vehicle, NASA launched 13 Saturn Vs from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida with no loss of crew or payload

Satya Yuga
The Satya Yuga , also called Sat Yuga, Krta Yuga and Krita Yuga in Hinduism, is the "Yuga of Truth", when mankind is governed by gods, and every manifestation or work is close to the purest ideal and mankind will allow intrinsic goodness to rule supreme

Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute
Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute is a film institute in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.The institute was established in 1995, and registered as a Society on 18.8.95 under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961 and is an autonomous society funded by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India

Satyendra Nath Bose
Satyendra Nath Bose FRS was an Indian mathematician and physicist noted for his collaboration with Albert Einstein in developing a theory regarding the gaslike qualities of electromagnetic radiation. He is best known for his work on quantum mechanics in the early 1920s, providing the foundation for Bose–Einstein statistics and the theory of the Bose–Einstein condensate

Satyendra Prasanno Sinha, 1st Baron Sinha
Satyendra Prasanno Sinha, 1st Baron Sinha of Raipur KCSI PC KC was a prominent lawyer and statesman in British India.-Background and education:

Satyricon is a Latin work of fiction in a mixture of prose and poetry. It is believed to have been written by Gaius Petronius, though the manuscript tradition identifies the author as a certain Titus Petronius