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Louise (given name)
Louise, Aloisia and Luise are, respectively, French and German feminine forms of Louis. Louise has been regularly used as a female name in English speaking countries since the middle of the 19th century. It has ranked among the top 100 names given to girls in France, England, Ireland, Scotland, Sweden and Wales in recent years

Louise (song)
"Louise" is a song by the British synthpop group The Human League. It was released as a single in the UK in October 1984 and peaked at number thirteen in the UK Singles Chart. It was written jointly by lead singer Philip Oakey with fellow band members Jo Callis and Philip Adrian Wright

Louisiana (New Spain)
Louisiana was the name of an administrative district of the Viceroyalty of New Spain from 1764 to 1803 that represented territory west of the Mississippi River basin, plus New Orleans

Lounge
Lounge may refer to:In architecture:* Airport lounge, private waiting area offered by airlines to special customers or to those who pay an extra fee

Lounge Lizard
The term Lounge Lizard is usually used to refer to lounge musicians, most often in a negative sense . Since its first appearance as American slang in 1917, "lounge lizard" has surprisingly shown up in nearly every decade

Loup
-Places:*The Loup, a village in Northern Ireland*Loup Canal, a canal in Nebraska*Loup County, Nebraska*Loup River, a tributary of the Platte River in Nebraska, USA*Loup , a coastal river in southeastern France

Loupe
A loupe is a simple, small magnification device used to see small details more closely. Unlike a magnifying glass, a loupe does not have an attached handle, and its focusing lens are contained in an opaque cylinder or cone. Loupes are also called hand lenses .- Optics :Three basic types of loupes exist

Loupes
Loupes is a commune in the Gironde department in Aquitaine in southwestern France.-Population:

Lourde
Lourde may refer to:*Lourde, Haute-Garonne, a commune in the Haute Garonne department, France*Lourde , a river in the Dordogne department, France

Lourdes (disambiguation)
Lourdes is a town in southern France which is a site of religious pilgrimage.Lourdes may also refer to:In cities and towns,* Lourdes, São Paulo, Brazil* Lourdes, Norte de Santander, Colombia* Lourdes, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Lourie
Lourie is a Jewish surname, a variant of Lurie. It may refer to:* Arthur Lourié , Russian composer* Don Lourie , American football player* Joel Lourie , Democratic member of the South Carolina Senate

Louse
Lice is the common name for over 3,000 species of wingless insects of the order Phthiraptera; three of which are classified as human disease agents

Louse (disambiguation)
*A louse is a wingless insect.*For the infection see Pediculosis* Pediculosis capitis * Pediculosis corporis * Pediculosis pubis Louse may also refer to:

Lout
Lout is a batch document formatter invented by Jeffrey H. Kingston. It reads a high-level description of a document similar in style to LaTeX and produces a PostScript file which can be printed on most printers. Plain text and PDF output are also available

Louts
The Louts, is a left tributary of the Adour, in Aquitaine, in the Southwest of France.- Name :The name Louts could be related to the Basque cognate lohizun 'marsh'

Louver
A louver or louvre , from the French l'ouvert; "the open one") is a window, blind or shutter with horizontal slats that are angled to admit light and air, but to keep out rain, direct sunshine, and noise

Louvres
Louvres is a commune in the Val-d'Oise department in Île-de-France in northern France.-References:** -External links:* * *

LOVA
-External links:** - T: New York Times Style Magazine, Spring 2008

Lovage
Lovage is a tall perennial plant, the sole species in the genus Levisticum, in the family Apiaceae, subfamily Apioideae, tribe Apieae.-Distribution:

Love (1919 film)
Love is a 1919 short comedy film directed by and starring Fatty Arbuckle. Prints of the film still survive.-Cast:* Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle - Fatty* Al St. John - Al Clove, Fatty's rival* Winifred Westover - Winnie* Frank Hayes - Frank, Winnie's father

Love (1927 film)
Love is a film directed by Edmund Goulding and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. MGM made the film in order to capitalize on its winning romantic team of Greta Garbo and John Gilbert who had starred in the 1926 blockbuster, Flesh and the Devil.

Love (1971 film)
Love is a 1971 Hungarian drama film directed by Károly Makk. Based on two short stories by Tibor Déry, Szerelem and Két asszony , it stars Lili Darvas and Mari Törőcsik. It won three prizes, including the Jury Prize at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival

Love (1973 song)
Love is a song from Walt Disney's film Robin Hood with the lyrics and music by Floyd Huddleston and George Bruns and the lyrics sung by Huddleston's then-wife Nancy Adams, as believed to be Maid Marian's singing voice.

Love (2008 film)
Love is a 2008 Indonesian romance film directed by Kabir Bhatia as a remake of the 2006 film Cinta. The film marked the last appearance of actor Sophan Sophiaan before his death in 2008

Love (DramaGods album)
Love is an album from DramaGods, a project led by guitarist Nuno Bettencourt. Bettencourt is most remembered for being the guitarist in the band Extreme.

Love (Edyta Bartosiewicz album)
Love is the first solo Edyta Bartosiewicz album. However, she doesn't identify herself with the lyrical content as, in her own words, she considers it to be "too womanlike and pastel, and I'm not always like this". It's been recorded entirely in English and has reached gold status in Poland

Love (K-Ci and JoJo album)
Love is the fifth album by K-Ci & JoJo. It was released in Japan only on February 6, 2008, by Formula Recordings.-Track listing:

Love (Musiq Soulchild song)
"Love" is the second single from Musiq Soulchild's debut album Aijuswanaseing.It debuted on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart on December 30, 2000, spent 38 weeks on the chart , and peaked at #2.

Love (S.E.S. album)
Love is an album in 1999 by S.E.S.. This is S.E.S.' third Korean album. It sold approximately 780,000 copies. Singles include "Love" and "Twilight Zone".-Track listing:# Opening # Twilight Zone # 첫 사랑 # Love

Love (S.E.S. song)
"Love" was a single in 2000 by S.E.S. It was the band's sixth full Japanese single, selling approximately 5,000 copies.-Track listing:# Love~ # Round & Round # Round & Round # Love~

LOVE (Sculpture)
LOVE is a sculpture by American artist Robert Indiana. It consists of the letters LO over the letters VE.The image was originally designed as a Christmas card for the Museum of Modern Art in 1964

Love (The Beatles album)
Love is a Grammy Award-winning soundtrack remix album of music recorded by The Beatles, released in November 2006. It features music compiled and remixed as a mashup for the Cirque du Soleil show of the same name

Love (The Juliana Theory album)
Love was the third album by Greensburg, Pennsylvania indie-rock band The Juliana Theory released on February 4, 2003 on Epic Records.-Track listing:#"Bring It Low"#"Do You Believe Me?"#"Shell of a Man"#"Repeating, Repeating"#"Congratulations"

Love (Toni Morrison novel)
Love is the eighth novel by Toni Morrison. In her non-linear style, the lives of several women and their relationships to the late Bill Cosey unfold.

Love Affair (Amii Stewart album)
-Track listing:#"How Could I Know?" - 4:20#"Plant a New Rose in Your Heart" - 5:03#"Summer Storm" - 4:27#"Goodnight Tonight" - 4:50#"Take Your Time" - 4:44#"Been too Long in New York City" - 6:07#"Sweet Talk" - 4:56

Love at First Sight (film)
Love at First Sight is a 1977 Georgian/Soviet comedy film by Lenfilm and Kartuli Pilmi .- Plot summary :Film narrated about the first love of Muradi Rasulov, ninth-former and a passionate football fan. He's in love with a girl two years older than he is

Love At First Sight (song)
"Love at First Sight" is the third single released from Edge of the Century by Styx.To date, it is the last Styx single to hit the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, peaking at #25

Love child
"Love child" is a euphemism for a child born out of wedlock. See Legitimacy .Love child may also refer to:In music:* Lovechild , an indie rock band from Belfast, Northern Ireland

Love Handles
Love Handles is a Canadian television game show produced by Blair Murdoch from 1996 to 1998 on the Global Television Network, and hosted by Stu Jeffries

Love in the Time of Cholera (EP)
Love in the Time of Cholera is the second extended play released by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira. The EP was released on February 25, 2008. It contains three songs featured in the film adaptation of Love in the Time of Cholera. Two of these songs, "Despedida" and "Hay Amores", were written specifically for the film on request from the novel's author, Gabriel García Márquez

Love Letter (BoA song)
"Love Letter" is BoA's 23rd single. Alongside the title track are two B-sides: "Beautiful Flowers" and "Diamond Heart". The original release date for this single was September 19, 2007 but it was pushed back a week to 26 September after the news of Ayumi Hamasaki's latest single, "Talkin' 2 Myself", was scheduled for release the same week."Beautiful Flowers" has been chosen by the

Love Letter (song)
"Love Letter" is a single released by Gackt on March 1, 2006. A-side and B-side were used in the Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam movie Love is the Pulse of the Stars, as opening and ending themes, respectively. "Dybbuk" also previously appeared on Gackt's 2003 album Crescent.-Track listing:# "Love Letter" – 5:01# "Dybbuk" – 3:33

Love Letter (The Blue Hearts song)
was the sixth professional single by the Japanese band The Blue Hearts. They had released one single as an independent group, making this the seventh single overall. The song was recut off of the group's third album Train-Train.

Love Song (album)
-External links:*

Love Song (Eurovision song)
"Love Song" was the Polish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Blue Café.The song is an up-tempo number, heavily inspired by Latin music. Lead singer Tatiana Okupnik sings that she wants to be loved, and that "Every night/I sing this way"

Love Song (Sara Bareilles song)
"Love Song" is Sara Bareilles' first single, released in 2007. She has stated during live performances that it was actually written in response to her record label's request that she write a "marketable love song," rather than about an actual person

Love Ya
"Love Ya" is the debut single released in 2007 by the UK Soul, Electro and R&B group Unklejam and the first from their self-titled debut album, to be released in late 2007.

Loved
"Loved" is a song recorded by Kim Wilde as a "new" track for the compilation album The Very Best of Kim Wilde, released in 2001.The song was co-written by Ricki Wilde and Terry Ronald.

Loveless
Loveless may refer to:* Loveless , by My Bloody Valentine* Loveless , fantasy manga series by Yun Kouga* Loveless , Japanese rock band formed by Nana Kitade

Lovelorn
-Production:*Produced, Recorded, Mixed & Mastered By Alexander Krull*Engineered By Alexander Krull, Mathias Roderer, Martin Schmidt-Band members:*Liv Kristine Espenæs Krull - Female Vocals, Keyboards*Alexander Krull - Death Grunts, Programming, Keyboards,

Lovely
- Music :* Lovely , 1988* Lovely , 1994* "Lovely", a song by Bubba Sparxxx from Dark Days, Bright Nights* "Lovely", a song by Chris Tomlin from And If Our God Is for Us...

Lovely (album)
Lovely is a 1988 studio album by The Primitives. It features the international hit single "Crash", later featured in remix form as 'The 95 mix' on the Dumb and Dumber soundtrack, as well as the UK Top 100 hits "Stop Killing Me", "Thru the Flowers", and "Out of Reach"

Lovely (Jocelyn Enriquez album)
Lovely is the first album by singer Jocelyn Enriquez. It was released in 1994 on Classified Records. Lovely includes the hit singles "I've Been Thinking About You" , "Make It Last Forever", "Big Love" and "Only".

Lover
Lover may refer to:* A person who loves* A sexual partner outside of a committed relationship-Music:* "Lover" , by Rodgers and Hart* "Lover" * "Lovers" , by The Tears* Lovers

Lover (clothing)
Lover is an Australian fashion label launched in 2001 by designers Susien Chong and Nic Briand. The label began as a weekend stall at Bondi Markets and has since risen to prominence in Australia and internationally, developing a cult and celebrity following.

Lover (novel)
Lover is a lesbian feminist novel by Bertha Harris, published in 1976 by Daughters, Inc., a small press dedicated to women's fiction. It is considered Harris's most ambitious work, and has been compared to Djuna Barnes's Nightwood and the stories of Jane Bowles

Lovers (Babyface album)
-Reception:It was originally released in October 1986 while he was taking a break from his band The Deele. Album charted number 28 on the Soul Album Charts.- Track listing :#You Make Me Feel Brand New - 5:03

Lovers (film)
Lovers is a 1991 Spanish film noir written and directed by Vicente Aranda, starring Victoria Abril, Jorge Sanz and Maribel Verdú. The film brought Aranda to widespread attention in the English-speaking world

Lovers (play)
Lovers is a 1967 play written by Northern Irish playwright Brian Friel.Lovers is a play broken in to two parts, Winners and Losers.-Winners:

Lovers (Saturday Night Live)
The Lovers, or The Lov-ahs, was a recurring sketch on Saturday Night Live which featured Rachel Dratch and Will Ferrell. Dratch and Ferrell play Virginia and Roger Clarvin, a married, middle-aged couple of professors who are madly in love

Lovers (TV series)
Lovers is a South Korean drama series broadcast 2006 by Seoul Broadcasting System. It stars Kim Jung Eun and Lee Seo-jin. The show is the final installment of famed SBS drama series that was shot in a European country

Lovesick
Lovesick is a 1983 romantic comedy film. It was written and directed by Marshall Brickman. It stars Dudley Moore and Elizabeth McGovern and features Alec Guinness as the ghost of Sigmund Freud.-Plot:

Lovestone
Lovestone can refer to:*Jay Lovestone, 1897–1990, active in socialist and communist organizations in the United States*Lovestone , a Finnish rock band, active 1999–*A regional English name for Ivy

Lovestone (band)
Lovestone are a Finnish rock band that formed during the summer of 1999 in Helsinki, Finland.Drummer Janne Heiskanen played in The Rasmus, and appears on their three first albums. Lovestone is not as famous as The Rasmus at all though. They have not released any albums yet, but they have played a lot concerts

Loving Cup
"Loving Cup" is a song by The Rolling Stones featured on their 1972 album Exile on Main St.An early version of this song, with a completely different piano intro, was recorded between April and July 1969 at Olympic Sound Studios in London, during the Let It Bleed sessions

Saudi Arabia
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known in British English as Saudi Arabia and in Arabic as as-Sa‘ūdiyyah , is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab World

Saudi Arabian Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines is the flag carrier airline of Saudi Arabia, based in Jeddah. It operates domestic and international scheduled flights to over 90 destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America

Saudi Aramco
Saudi Aramco , officially the Saudi Arabian Oil Company, is the national oil company of Saudi Arabia.Saudi Aramco is the world's largest and most valuable privately-held company, with estimates of its value in 2011 to be $7 trillion USD.Saudi Aramco has both the largest proven crude oil reserves, at more than , and largest daily oil production

Saudi Aramco Residential Camp in Dhahran
Saudi Aramco Residential Camp in Dhahran, casually known by its inhabitants as the Dhahran Camp, is the residential community built by Saudi Aramco for its employees

Saudization
Saudization refers to the national policy of Saudi Arabia to encourage employment of Saudi nationals in the private sector, which, as of 2006, was largely dominated by expatriate workers from Southeast Asia and to a lesser extent with western expatriates

Sauer 38H
The Sauer 38H or often just H was a small semi-automatic pistol made in Nazi Germany from 1938 until just after the end of World War II by J. P. Sauer & Sohn, then based in Suhl, Germany. The "H" in the model number denotes "hammerless"—the pistol uses an internal hammer.-Development:Sauer developed the model 38H from their earlier semi-automatic handguns

Sauer Castle
[Note: SAMPLE PICTURES: http://dontlisten.deviantart.com/art/Sauer-s-Castle-3-186043105?q=gallery:dontlisten/27121298&qo=31or you can try google images. The pictures from the above link are copy righted].

Sauer-Danfoss
Sauer-Danfoss designs, manufactures, and markets engineered hydraulic and electronic systems and components for use primarily in applications of mobile equipment. The product range serves markets such as agriculture, construction, road building, material handling, municipal, forestry, turf care, and many others

Saufley Field
Saufley Field is a military airport located five nautical miles west of the central business district of Pensacola, in Escambia County, Florida, United States. It is an active U.S

Saul
-People:Saul is a given/first name in English, the Anglicized form of the Hebrew name Shaul from the Hebrew Bible:* Saul , including people with this given namein the Bible:* Saul , a king of Edom

Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians
The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Michigan, commonly shortened to Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians or the more colloquial Sault Tribe, is an indigenous community located in what is now known as Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The tribal headquarters is located within the major city in the region, Sault Ste

Saulteaux
The Saulteaux are a First Nation in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, Canada.-Ethnic classification:The Saulteaux are a branch of the Ojibwe nations. They are sometimes also called Anihšināpē . Saulteaux is a French term meaning "people of the rapids," referring to their former location about Sault Ste. Marie

Saunders-Roe
Saunders-Roe Limited was a British aero- and marine-engineering company based at Columbine Works East Cowes, Isle of Wight.-History:The name was adopted in 1929 after Alliot Verdon Roe and John Lord took a controlling interest in the boat-builders S.E. Saunders

Saunders-Roe Princess
-See also:-Bibliography:* Bridgman, Leonard. Jane's All The World's Aircraft 1952-53. London: Jane's, 1953.* . Flight, 6 July 1951. pp. 10–11.* Flight, 16 March 1950, pp. 344–345.

Saurashtra
Saurashtra is a region of western India, located on the Arabian Sea coast of Gujarat state. It is a peninsula also called Kathiawar after the Kathi Darbar who ruled part of the region once. The Peninsula is shared with the Kachchh region which occupies the north, Saurashtra or Sorath forming the southern portion

Sauromatum venosum
Sauromatum venosum syn. Sauromatum guttatum Schott, Arum cornutum , is an ornamental plant in the Araceae family.- Description :

Sauropelta
Sauropelta is a genus of nodosaurid dinosaur that existed in the Early Cretaceous Period of North America. One species has been named although others may have existed. Anatomically, Sauropelta is one of the most well-understood nodosaurids, with fossilized remains recovered in the U.S. states of Wyoming, Montana, and possibly Utah

Sauropodomorpha
Sauropodomorpha is an extinct clade of long-necked, herbivorous, saurischian dinosaurs which includes the sauropods and their ancestral relatives. Sauropods generally grew to very large sizes, had long necks and tails, were quadrupedal, and became the largest animals to ever walk the Earth. The "prosauropods" preceded the sauropods

Sausage
A sausage is a food usually made from ground meat , mixed with salt, herbs, and other spices, although vegetarian sausages are available. The word sausage is derived from Old French saussiche, from the Latin word salsus, meaning salted.Typically, a sausage is formed in a casing traditionally made from intestine, but sometimes synthetic

Sausage making
Sausage making originally developed as a means to preserve and transport meat. Primitive societies learned that dried berries and spices could be added to dried meat. By 600-500 BC there is mention of sausages from China, Rome and Greece. Sausages come in two main types: fresh and cured. Cured sausages may be either cooked or dried

Savanna
A savanna, or savannah, is a grassland ecosystem characterized by the trees being sufficiently small or widely spaced so that the canopy does not close. The open canopy allows sufficient light to reach the ground to support an unbroken herbaceous layer consisting primarily of C4 grasses.Some classification systems also recognize a grassland savanna from which trees are absent

Savannah (cat)
The Savannah is a domestic hybrid cat breed. It is a cross between a serval and a domestic cat. -History:

Savannah (porn star)
Not to be confused with the pornographic actress Savanna SamsonShannon Michelle Wilsey , commonly known by her stage name of Savannah, was an American pornographic performer, starring in more than 100 pornographic videos during her career

Savannah monitor
The savanna monitor is a species of monitor lizard native to Africa. The species is known as Bosc's monitor in Europe, since French scientist Louis Bosc first described the species

Save Indian Family
Save Indian Family , founded in 2005, is a men's rights movement in India. It is a registered, non-funded, non-profit, non-governmental organisation headquartered at Bangalore

Save the Children
Save the Children is an internationally active non-governmental organization that enforces children's rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries

Savina of Milan
Saint Savina was a Milanese martyr under Diocletian. Her feast day is 30 January. She gave aid to Christian prisoners and also ensured that they received proper burials after their executions. For this reason she was martryed. Tradition states that she died while praying at the tomb of Saints Nabor and Felix.-External links:**

Saving Private Ryan
Saving Private Ryan is a 1998 American war film set during the invasion of Normandy in World War II. It was directed by Steven Spielberg, with a screenplay by Robert Rodat. The film is notable for the intensity of its opening 27 minutes, which depicts the Omaha Beach assault of June 6, 1944. Afterwards, it follows Tom Hanks as U.S. Army Captain John H

Savings and loan association
A savings and loan association , also known as a thrift, is a financial institution that specializes in accepting savings deposits and making mortgage and other loans

Savonia University of Applied Sciences
Savonia University of Applied Sciences is a local municipality-owned Finnish institution of higher education based in the cities of Kuopio, Iisalmi and Varkaus.

Savoy Hotel
The Savoy Hotel is a hotel located on the Strand, in the City of Westminster in central London. Built by impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte with profits from his Gilbert and Sullivan operas, the hotel opened on 6 August 1889. It was the first in the Savoy group of hotels and restaurants owned by Carte's family for over a century

Saw Mill River Parkway
The Saw Mill River Parkway is a north–south parkway that extends for through Westchester County, New York, in the United States. It begins at the border between Westchester County and the Bronx, where it continues into New York City as the Henry Hudson Parkway, and heads generally northeastward to an interchange with Interstate 684 and New York State Route 35

Sawai Man Singh II of Jaipur
|align=right|Sawai Man Singh II was the last ruling Maharaja of Jaipur belonging to Kachwaha clan of Rajputs. He ruled the princely state between 1922 and 1949, when the state acceded unto the Dominion of India. Thereafter, he held office as Rajpramukh of Rajasthan between 1949 to 1956

Sawdust
Sawdust is a by-product of cutting lumber with a saw, composed of fine particles of wood. It can present a hazard in manufacturing industries, especially in terms of its flammability.

Sawed-off shotgun
A sawed-off shotgun also called a sawn-off shotgun and a short-barreled shotgun , is a type of shotgun with a shorter gun barrel and often a shorter or absent stock.

Sawfiler
A saw filer or saw doctor is a person who maintains and repairs saws in a saw mill. A saw filer's work area in the mill is called the filing room.

Sawfish
Sawfish, also known as the Carpenter Shark, are a family of rays, characterized by a long, toothy nose extension snout. Several species can grow to approximately . The family as a whole is largely unknown and little studied

Sawshark
The sawsharks or saw sharks are an order of sharks bearing long blade-like snouts edged with teeth, which they use to slash and disable their prey

Sawtelle, Los Angeles, California
Sawtelle is an area partly within West Los Angeles, California, that may refer to a district that is part of the city of Los Angeles, an unincorporated area of the County of Los Angeles that by definition is not part of the municipality of Los Angeles, or may refer to a combination of these, sometimes known as the Sawtelle area

Saxitoxin
Saxitoxin is a neurotoxin naturally produced by certain species of marine dinoflagellates and cyanobacteria Saxitoxin (STX) is a neurotoxin naturally produced by certain species of marine dinoflagellates (Alexandrium sp., Gymnodinium sp., Pyrodinium sp.) and cyanobacteria Saxitoxin (STX) is a neurotoxin naturally produced by certain species of marine dinoflagellates (Alexandrium sp., Gymnodinium sp., Pyrodinium sp.) and cyanobacteria (Anabaena sp., some Aphanizomenon spp., Cylindrospermopsis sp., Lyngbya sp.,

Saxon State Library
The Saxon State Library in Dresden is the Staatsbibliothek of Saxony and the academic library of the Technische Universität Dresden. It is one of the main public archival centers of Germany. Its treasures, collected over four centuries, were located in the Japanisches Palais and in temporary archives for a long period of time

Saxon villages with fortified churches in Transylvania
Saxon and Székely Transylvanian villages were often organised around a fortified church. With its more than 150 well preserved fortified churches of a great variety of architectural styles , south-eastern Transylvania region in Romania currently has one of the highest numbers of existing fortified churches from the 13th to 16th centuries

Saxons
The Saxons were a confederation of Germanic tribes originating on the North German plain. The Saxons earliest known area of settlement is Northern Albingia, an area approximately that of modern Holstein

Saxony Hotel
The Saxony Hotel is a hotel at 3201 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. It was built and owned by George D. Sax. Designed by architect Roy F. France, it was completed in 1948 as one of the first luxury resorts on Miami Beach. Following the success of the Saxony, other hotels emerged on the opulent beach front.Currently it is owned by Cipriani S.A

Saxophone
The saxophone is a conical-bore transposing musical instrument that is a member of the woodwind family. Saxophones are usually made of brass and played with a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet. The saxophone was invented by the Belgian instrument maker Adolphe Sax in 1846

Saylorville Lake
Saylorville Lake is a reservoir on the Des Moines River in Iowa. It is located upstream from the city of Des Moines, and from the mouth of the Des Moines River at the Mississippi River

Sayre, Oklahoma
Sayre is a city in and the county seat of Beckham County, in Western Oklahoma, the United States. It is half-way between Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Amarillo, Texas on Interstate 40 and the former U.S. Route 66. The population was 4,375 at the 2010 census.

SBB-CFF-FFS
Swiss Federal Railways and SFR are not in official use) is the national railway company of Switzerland headquartered in Bern. Formerly a government institution, it is since 1999 a special stock corporation with all shares held by the Swiss Confederation or the Swiss cantons

SBM
SBM may stand for:* School business manager* Screaming Bloody Murder, a 2011 album by rock band Sum 41* Super Bit Mapping* SBM Offshore, a Dutch-based oil services company* Sheboygan County Memorial Airport's IATA code

Scabbard
A scabbard is a sheath for holding a sword, knife, or other large blade. Scabbards have been made of many materials over the millennia, including leather, wood, and metals such as brass or steel.-Types of scabbards:

Scafell Pike
Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England at . It is located in Lake District National Park sometimes confused with the neighbouring Sca Fell, to which it is connected by the col of Mickledore

Scaffolding
Scaffolding is a temporary structure used to support people and material in the construction or repair of buildings and other large structures. It is usually a modular system of metal pipes or tubes, although it can be from other materials

Scale (zoology)
In most biological nomenclature, a scale is a small rigid plate that grows out of an animal's skin to provide protection. In lepidopteran species, scales are plates on the surface of the insect wing, and provide coloration

Scale insect
The scale insects are small insects of the order Hemiptera, generally classified as the superfamily Coccoidea. There are about 8,000 species of scale insects.-Ecology:

Scale model
A scale model is a physical model, a representation or copy of an object that is larger or smaller than the actual size of the object, which seeks to maintain the relative proportions of the physical size of the original object. Very often the scale model is used as a guide to making the object in full size

Scale-invariant feature transform
Scale-invariant feature transform is an algorithm in computer vision to detect and describe local features in images. The algorithm was published by David Lowe in 1999.

Scaled Composites
Scaled Composites is an aerospace company founded by Burt Rutan and currently owned by Northrop Grumman that is located at the Mojave Spaceport, Mojave, California, United States

Scaliger
The noble family of the Scaliger were Lords of Verona. When Ezzelino III was elected podestà of the commune in 1226, he was able to convert the office into a permanent lordship

Scallop
A scallop is a marine bivalve mollusk of the family Pectinidae. Scallops are a cosmopolitan family, found in all of the world's oceans. Many scallops are highly prized as a food source

Scaly dragonfish
The scaly dragonfish, Stomias boa boa, is a small abyssal barbeled dragonfish of the family Stomiidae, found worldwide in tropical to temperate oceans , apart from the north Pacific and northwest Atlantic Oceans, at depths of between 200 and 1,500 m

Scammell Lorries
Scammell Lorries Limited was a British manufacturer of trucks, particularly specialist and military off-highway vehicles, from 1921 to 1988.-History:

Scandinavian Airlines System
Scandinavian Airlines or SAS, previously Scandinavian Airlines System, is the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and the largest airline in Scandinavia.

Scandinavian folklore
Scandinavian folklore is the folklore of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, and the Swedish speaking parts of Finland.Collecting folklore began when Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden sent out instructions to all of the priests in all of the parishes to collect the folklore of their area in the 1630s

Scandium
Scandium is a chemical element with symbol Sc and atomic number 21. A silvery-white metallic transition metal, it has historically been sometimes classified as a rare earth element, together with yttrium and the lanthanoids

Scania N113
The Scania N113 was a transverse-engined bus chassis built by Scania AB of Sweden between 1988 and 2000.Like its predecessor, the N112, the N113 had an 11-litre engine mounted at the rear, coupled to either a Scania or Voith gearbox

Scania OmniCity
The Scania OmniCity is an integrally-constructed transverse-engined low floor citybus available on the European market. The OmniCity is a complete product built in Poland by Scania AB, a company based in Sweden.

Scanning tunneling microscope
A scanning tunneling microscope is an instrument for imaging surfaces at the atomic level. Its development in 1981 earned its inventors, Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer , the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1986. For an STM, good resolution is considered to be 0.1 nm lateral resolution and 0.01 nm depth resolution

Scapula
In anatomy, the scapula , omo, or shoulder blade, is the bone that connects the humerus with the clavicle .

Scarlet Macaw
The Scarlet Macaw is a large, colorful macaw. It is native to humid evergreen forests in the American tropics. Range extends from extreme south-eastern Mexico to Amazonian Peru, Bolivia and Brazil in lowlands up to up to

Scary Godmother
Scary Godmother is a series of children's books and comic books created by artist Jill Thompson and published by Sirius Entertainment in 1997.-Main: