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Lucid may refer to:* Lucid , a dataflow programming language* Lucid Lynx, a version of Ubuntu Linux released in April 2010* Lucid Inc., a software development company founded by Richard P

Lucid (Absinthe)
Lucid Absinthe Supérieure is a traditional, French-made absinthe verte , whose formula was first approved in 2006. It was granted a COLA in the United States on March 5, 2007, making it the first genuine absinthe to gain approval for legal distribution in the U.S

Lucid (film)
Lucid is a 2005 Canadian film written and directed by Sean Garrity. It won the award for Best Western Canadian Feature Film at the Vancouver International Film Festival in 2005 and it was nominated for Best Film at the Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival in 2006.-Plot:Joel Rothman is suffering from insomnia after having massive problems in his

Lucidity may refer to:*In common usage, intelligibility, brightness or sanity*Awareness of the dream stage; see Lucid dreaming*Lucidity , a 2006 album by Delain

Lucienne is a given name of French origin. It is the feminine form of Lucien. People named Lucienne include:*Lucienne Abraham*Lucienne Bloch*Lucienne Boyer*Lucienne Delyle*Lucienne Heuvelmans*Lucienne N'Da*Lucienne Robillard

Lucifer (comics)
Lucifer, in comics, may refer to:*Lucifer , a comic book series and character from DC Comics's Vertigo line*Lucifer , a comic book supervillain from the Marvel Universe

Lucile (opera)
Lucile is an opéra comique, described as a comédie mêlée d'ariettes, in one act by the Belgian composer André Grétry, The French text was by Jean-François Marmontel, and the characters in the opera, though not the actual story, were derived from Marmontel's L'école des pères

Lucile (poem)
Lucile was a verse novel written by Robert Bulwer-Lytton writing under the pen name Owen Meredith, and published in 1860. The poem is a narrative told in an anapaest meter

Lucille (B.B. King album)
Lucille is an album by blues artist B. B. King. It is named for his famous succession of Gibson guitars, currently the Signature ES-355.-Track listing:All tracks by B. B

Lucinda (given name)
Lucinda is a female given name of Latin origin, meaning light. The name may refer to:In television and film:* Lucinda Ballard, a costume designer* Lucinda Jenney, an American actress* Lucinda Cowden, a Neighbours actress

Lucinda (steamboat)
The Lucinda was a Queensland Government owned, 301 ton paddle steamer built by William Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton, Scotland in 1884.She was used in various capacities during her years of service

Luck (2009 film)
Luck is a 2009 Hindi action-thriller film directed and written by Soham Shah, and produced by Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd. The leading roles were played by Mithun Chakraborty, debutant Shruti Haasan, Imran Khan and Sanjay Dutt; the other significant parts, and fellow members of the gang were played by Danny Denzongpa, Ravi Kishan and Chitrashi Rawat, prominent actors from the

Luck (disambiguation)
Luck is a chance happening.Luck may also refer to:* Luck , a Bollywood action thriller* Luck , an upcoming U.S

Luck (EP)
Luck is a rare EP by New Zealand band Minuit before they signed to the Tardus Music label."Aires", "The Boy With The Aubergine Hair" and "Sleepwalk " were all included on their debut album The 88.

Luck (Kent cricketer)
Luck was an English professional cricketer who made 3 known appearances in major cricket matches in 1793.-External sources:*

Luck (short story)
"Luck" is an 1886 short story by Mark Twain which was first published in 1891 in Harper's Magazine. It was subsequently reprinted in 1892 in the anthology Merry Tales; the first British publication was in 1900, in the collection The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg

Lucking is a surname, and may refer to:* Alfred Lucking , American politician* William Lucking , American film, television, and stage actor-See also:* Luck * Lucks * Lucky

Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh in India. Lucknow is the administrative headquarters of Lucknow District and Lucknow Division.

Lucknow (Lok Sabha constituency)
Lucknow Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 80 Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh state in northern India-Assembly segments:Presently, Lucknow Lok Sabha constituency comprises five Vidhan Sabha segments

Lucks may refer to:* Stefan Lucks, a researcher in the fields of communications security and cryptography.* Luck's, Inc., a food production company based in North Carolina, now a ConAgra Foods brand.

-Fictional characters:* Lucky or Chansey* Lucky , a character in Samuel Beckett's play* Lucky , a mascot character of the Hanshin Tigers baseball team in Japan

Lucky (Collins novel)
Lucky is a novel by Jackie Collins, the sequel to Chances and the second in The Santangelo Novels series.

Lucky (Lucky Twice song)
"Lucky" is a song by Swedish pop duo, Lucky Twice. The song was first released in Spain where it reached number one on the singles chart, and has performed strongly in other European countries

Lucky (magazine)
Lucky is a shopping and style magazine which calls itself the " Ultimate Shopping Guide " and " The Magazine About Shopping ." Lucky "showcases what to wear and how to wear it, making fashion and beauty fun and accessible." Available by subscription, issues are published once a month and offer shopping tips, fashion advice, and articles detailing current trends

Lucky (Marty Balin album)
Lucky is Marty Balin's 1983 album, and his second solo effort. The album did not fare as well as his previous one, and only rose to #156 on the Billboard charts

Lucky (Misato Watanabe album)
Album recorded by female Japanese pop artist Watanabe Misato. It was released on July 6, 1991 by Sony Music Entertainment.- Track listing :#夏が来た!#ライオン・ドリーム#卒業#クリスマスまで待てない#はだかの気持#恋する人魚#めまい#タイムトンネル天国#さよならバレンタイン#大冒険#画用紙#JUMP#Kick Off- External links :

Lucky (Nada Surf album)
Lucky is the fifth studio album by American alternative rock band Nada Surf. It was released February 4, 2008 in Europe; February 5, 2008 in the US, Canada and Australia; and February 18, 2008 in the UK and Japan to very positive reviews. It reached #82 on the Billboard 200.The band issued an official statement announcing this album on October 12, 2007

Lucky (novel)
Lucky is the fifth book in The It Girl series, released in 2007. It was written by a ghostwriter with suggestions from Cecily von Ziegesar

Lucky (TV series)
Lucky is an American dark comedy television series which ran for one season on FX Networks in 2003. The show starred John Corbett as Michael "Lucky" Linkletter, a professional poker player and gambling addict. The series was created by Robb Cullen and Mark Cullen

Lucky Break
Lucky Break is a 2001 British comedy film starring James Nesbitt and directed by Peter Cattaneo.-Synopsis:Feelgood prison-escape movie that sees a group of prison inmates , put on a theatrical show of Nelson: The Musical to cover their daring break-out attempt

Lucky charm
Lucky Charms is a breakfast cereal.Lucky charms are items within cultures that are believed to bring luck and may refer to:- Lucky Charms in Western Culture :*Four-leaf clover, an uncommon variation of the common, three-leaved clover

Lucky Charm (novel)
Lucky Charm is the eighth book in the Beacon Street Girls series by Annie Bryant. It was released in 2006 by B*tween Productions, Inc..

Lucre, from the Lat. lucrum, meaning gain in terms of money or wealth within the nation.Often it is used in a negative, as in the phrase “not given to filthy lucre” from the Bible .From this, the term "filthy" became slang for money

Lucretia (Casali)
Lucretia is an oil on canvas painting by the Italian Rococo artist Andrea Casali, completed c. 1750.-External links:*

Lucretia (disambiguation)
Lucretia is a legendary figure in the history of the Roman Republic.Lucretia may also refer to:People:* Lucretia , a prominent family of the Roman Republic* Lucretia Maria Davidson , American poet

Lucy is an English and French feminine given name derived from Latin masculine given name Lucius with the meaning as of light . Alternative spellings are Luci, Luce, Lucie

Lucy (film)
Lucy is a 2003 television film directed by Glenn Jordan. It is based on the life and career of actress and comedian Lucille Ball.-Plot:Lucy opens in 1960, at the filming of the final Lucille Ball - Desi Arnaz Show

Lucy (novel)
Lucy is a short novel or novella by Jamaica Kincaid. The story begins in medias res: the eponymous Lucy has come from the West Indies to the United States to be an au pair for a wealthy Caucasian family

Lucy (song)
"LUCY" is the fifth single of singer Anna Tsuchiya released 14 February 2007 under the pseudonym of ANNA TSUCHIYA inspi' NANA for the MAD PRAY RECORDS label, a sub-label to Avex. It is her third single to be released under the NANA franchise, the first being "rose" and the second being "Kuroi Namida"

LUD (disambiguation)
LUD could refer to:* Land use designation* Local usage details* Ludlow railway station, England * "Last Update Date", in various contexts

The Luddites were a social movement of 19th-century English textile artisans who protested – often by destroying mechanised looms – against the changes produced by the Industrial Revolution, which they felt were leaving them without work and changing their way of life

Ludicrous may refer to:*Ludacris , American rapper*I, Ludicrous, English music ensemble*Ludicrous Lollipops, English band

Ludo may refer to:* Ludo , a board game of the Cross and Circle game family* Luděk Mikloško Czech football goalkeeper.* Ludwig II of Bavaria, nicknamed 'Mad King Ludo', a king of Bavaria who reigned between 1869 and 1886

Ludo (Ludo album)
-Personnel:Band*Andrew Volpe - Vocals, Guitar*Tim Ferrell - Guitar, Vocals*Tim Convy - Vocals, Moog Synthesizer*Matt Palermo - Drums*Marshall Fanciullo- BassProduction*Jimmy Callahan - Producer, Engineer, Mixing

Ludovic (opera)
Ludovic is a two act opéra comique to a libretto by Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges. The music, by Ferdinand Hérold, was left unfinished at his death, and the work was completed by Fromental Halévy.

Ludwig (cartoon)
Ludwig was a surreal 1977 British-made children's cartoon animation about a magical egg-shaped gemstone who lived in a forest. Twenty-five 5-minute episodes were made.

Ludwig (given name)
Ludwig is an Old High German given name. Etymologically, the name can be traced back to the Germanic name Hludwig, composed of Hlud/Hluth meaning "famous", and Wig meaning "warrior"

Lueta is a commune in Harghita County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania, and is composed of two villages:*Băile Chirui / Kirulyfürdő* Lueta / Lövéte- History :thumb|200px|left|WWI Heroes' Memeorial

Luff or luffing may refer to:* Luffing, when a sailing sheet is eased so far past trim that airflow over the surface is disrupted* The leading edge of a sail

Luftwaffe is a generic German term for an air force. It is also the official name for two of the four historic German air forces, the Wehrmacht air arm founded in 1935 and disbanded in 1946; and the current Bundeswehr air arm founded in 1956.

Lufu may refer to:* Lufu , a type of fermented bean curd* Lufu language of Nigeria

Lufu (food)
Lufu is a type of fermented bean curd from Yunnan Province in Southwest China. It is reddish yellow, and has a soft texture and a savory flavor. It is used as a condiment for kăo ĕrkuāi, or made into a sauce for Yunnan-style barbecue and stinky tofu.

-Places:* Lug , a Croatian village in Herzegovina* Lug, Bilje, a settlement in Croatian Baranja* Lug, Germany, a municipality in Germany* Ług, Łódź Voivodeship, a village in Poland* Lug , a village in Serbia-Transportation:

-Places:* Lug , a Croatian village in Herzegovina* Lug, Bilje, a settlement in Croatian Baranja* Lug, Germany, a municipality in Germany* Ług, Łódź Voivodeship, a village in Poland* Lug , a village in Serbia-Transportation:

Lug (knob)
A Lug is a typically flattened protuberance, a knob, or extrusion on the side of a vessel: pottery, jug, glass, vase, etc. They are sometimes found on prehistoric ceramics/stone-vessels such as pots from Ancient Egypt, Hembury ware, claw beakers, and boar spears.A lug may also only be shaped as a lip for suspension–

Lug (Tomislavgrad)
Lug is a village in the proximity of Tomislavgrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina.The majority of its inhabitants are Croats.- Geography :

A Luge is a small one- or two-person sled on which one sleds supine and feet-first. Steering is done by flexing the sled's runners with the calf of each leg or exerting opposite shoulder pressure to the seat. Racing sleds weigh 21-25 kilograms for singles and 25-30 kilograms for doubles. Luge is also thename of an Olympic sport

A lugger is a class of boats, widely used as traditional fishing boats, particularly off the coasts of France, Scotland and England. It is a small sailing vessel with lugsails set on two or more masts and perhaps lug topsails.-Defining the rig:

Lug or Lugh is an Irish deity represented in mythological texts as a hero and High King of the distant past. He is known by the epithets Lámhfhada , for his skill with a spear or sling, Ildánach , Samhildánach , Lonnbeimnech and Macnia , and by the

Lugnut is the name of several fictional characters from the Transformers universe. Both are Decepticon jets who are loyal to Megatron.-Transformers Animated:

Lugnut (band)
Lugnut were a Christian Punk band signed to Screaming Giant Records that were active in the late 90s who released one full length album and a split EP with Officer Negative

Luisant is a commune in the Eure-et-Loir department in northern France.-Population:

Luke is a male given name, and less commonly, a surname.The name Luke is derived from the Latin name , from an Ancient Greek , meaning "man from Lucania". The earliest known recording of the name is from the Bible, The Gospel of Luke, which was written around AD 70 to 90, and it is from here that the name was first popularised

Luke (album)
Luke is the third solo album by Steve Lukather released in 1997. It was a much different and more introspective album than Lukather's previous two solo efforts. The album is a concentrated collection of many of Lukather's musical influences, and he deliberately let those influences come out on the album

Luke (disambiguation)
Luke is a common male given name.Luke may also refer to:*Gospel of LukeSurname*Isaac Luke , New Zealand rugby league footballer*Lauren Luke, English makeup artist*Noel Luke Luke is a common male given name.Luke may also refer to:*Gospel of LukeSurname*Isaac Luke (b. 1987), New Zealand rugby league footballer*Lauren Luke, English makeup artist*Noel Luke Luke is a common male given name.Luke may also refer to:*Gospel of LukeSurname*Isaac Luke (b. 1987), New Zealand rugby league footballer*Lauren Luke, English makeup artist*Noel Luke (b

Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights
Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights is a third person platform game with action elements that was developed by Heavy Iron Studios and published by THQ for the PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox consoles. The game was first released on May 20, 2002 in North America and was released later that year in other regions

Scopes Trial
The Scopes Trial—formally known as The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes and informally known as the Scopes Monkey Trial—was a landmark American legal case in 1925 in which high school science teacher, John Scopes, was accused of violating Tennessee's Butler Act which made it unlawful to teach evolution.Scopes was found guilty, but the verdict was overturned on a

A scoreboard is a large board for publicly displaying the score in a game or match. Most levels of sport from high school and above use at least one scoreboard for keeping score, measuring time, and displaying statistics. Scoreboards in the past used a mechanical clock and numeral cards to display the score. When a point was made, a person would put the appropriate digits on a hook

Sharable Content Object Reference Model is a collection of standards and specifications for web-based e-learning. It defines communications between client side content and a host system called the run-time environment, which is commonly supported by a learning management system

Scorpions are predatory arthropod animals of the order Scorpiones within the class Arachnida. They have eight legs and are easily recognized by the pair of grasping claws and the narrow, segmented tail, often carried in a characteristic forward curve over the back, ending with a venomous stinger

Scorpaenidae, the scorpionfish, are a family of mostly marine fish that includes many of the world's most venomous species. As the name suggests, scorpionfish have a type of "sting" in the form of sharp spines coated with venomous mucus. The family is a large one, with hundreds of members. They are widespread in tropical and temperate seas, but mostly found in the Indo-Pacific

Suckling Airways is an airline that focuses on ACMI work and ad hoc corporate charters for business and sporting organisations

Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Occupying the northern third of the island of Great Britain, it shares a border with England to the south and is bounded by the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest

Scotland Today
Scotland Today was a Scottish regional news programme covering Central Scotland, produced by STV Central . Despite its name suggesting a national remit, the programme was actually limited to stories around STV's Central Belt franchise

Scotland Yard
Scotland Yard is a metonym for the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service of London, UK. It derives from the location of the original Metropolitan Police headquarters at 4 Whitehall Place, which had a rear entrance on a street called Great Scotland Yard. The Scotland Yard entrance became the public entrance to the police station

Scotopic sensitivity syndrome
Scotopic sensitivity syndrome, also known as Irlen Syndrome and Visual Stress Syndrome, approximating in some ways to Meares Irlen syndrome, and 'Visual Stress', refers to visual perceptual disorder affecting primarily reading and writing based activities

Scots Greys
The Royal Scots Greys was a cavalry regiment of the British Army from 1707 until 1971, when they amalgamated with the 3rd Carabiniers to form The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards .

Scots Guards
The Scots Guards is a regiment of the Guards Division of the British Army, whose origins lie in the personal bodyguard of King Charles I of England and Scotland

Scots law
Scots law is the legal system of Scotland. It is considered a hybrid or mixed legal system as it traces its roots to a number of different historical sources. With English law and Northern Irish law it forms the legal system of the United Kingdom; it shares with the two other systems some elements but it also has its own unique sources and institutions

Scott Conant
Scott Conant is an American chef, restaurateur, food personality, and cookbook author.-Personal history:Conant was born in Waterbury, Connecticut. Scott is of Italian descent on his mother's side. He began cooking at a young age, taking cooking classes at the local community college at age 11

Scott Frankel
Scott David Frankel is an American composer and musical director.-Career:He attended Interlochen Arts Camp majoring in piano.He graduated from Yale University in 1985, when he was also inducted into the Skull and Bones secret society

Scott Goodyear
Scott Goodyear is a former race car driver from Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. Goodyear ran the IRL and Champ Car series during his career from 1987, winning the Michigan 500 in 1992 and 1994

Scott Grimes
Scott Richard Grimes is an American actor, voice artist and singer. Some of his most prominent roles are his appearances in ER as Dr. Archie Morris, Party of Five as Will McCorkle, Band of Brothers as Technical Sergeant Donald Malarkey, and the popular animated sitcom American Dad!, voicing Steve Smith

Scott La Rock
Scott "La Rock" Sterling was the original DJ of the hip hop group Boogie Down Productions.-BDP:Sterling, a social worker, met rapper KRS-One in 1986 at the Franklin Men's Shelter in the Bronx where KRS lived. The pair, together with DJ D-Nice, formed Boogie Down Productions

Scott Norwood
Scott Allan Norwood is a former American football placekicker in the NFL who played for the Buffalo Bills. Norwood was an integral part of its offense during the late 1980s and early 1990s, and kicked in Buffalo's first two Super Bowl appearances

Scott Patterson (actor)
Scott Gordon Patterson is an American actor. He is known for his role as Luke Danes in Gilmore Girls and Agent Strahm in Saw IV, Saw V and Saw VI

Scott Thurston
Scott Troy Thurston is an American guitarist, keyboardist, songwriter, and session musician. He is currently a member of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, in which he sings harmony vocals and plays guitar, keyboards, and harmonica.

Scott Walker (politician)
Scott Kevin Walker is an American Republican politician who began serving as the 45th Governor of Wisconsin on January 3, 2011, after defeating Democratic candidate Tom Barrett, 52 percent to 47 percent in the November 2010 general election

Scott Wolf
Scott Richard Wolf is an American actor, known for his roles on the television series Party of Five as Bailey Salinger and on Everwood as Dr. Jake Hartman. Since 2009, he has appeared in the Sci-Fi series V as the morally ambiguous journalist, Chad Decker.-Early life:Wolf was born in Boston, Massachusetts

Scott, New York
Scott is a town in Cortland County, New York, United States. The population was 1,193 at the 2000 census. The town was named after General Winfield Scott. The Town of Scott is on the north border of Cortland County and is northwest of the City of Cortland.- History :Scott is within the former Central New York Military Tract

Scott-T transformer
A Scott-T transformer is a type of circuit used to derive two-phase current from a three-phase source or vice-versa. The Scott connection evenly distributes a balanced load between the phases of the source.

Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The Scotties Tournament of Hearts is an annual Canadian women's curling championship, sanctioned by the Canadian Curling Association. The winner goes on to represent Canada at the women's world curling championships. Since 1985, the winner also gets to return to the following year's tournament as "Team Canada"

Scottish Ambulance Service
The Scottish Ambulance Service is part of NHS Scotland, and serves all of Scotland. It is a Special Health Board funded directly by the Scottish Government Health Department.

Scottish Aviation
Scottish Aviation Limited was a Scottish aircraft manufacturer, based at Prestwick in South Ayrshire.-History:Originally a flying school operator the company took on maintenance work in 1938.

Scottish Canadian
Scottish Canadians are people of Scottish descent or heritage living in Canada. As the third-largest ethnic group in Canada and among the first to settle in Canada, Scottish people have made a large impact on Canadian culture since colonial times

Scottish clan
Scottish clans , give a sense of identity and shared descent to people in Scotland and to their relations throughout the world, with a formal structure of Clan Chiefs recognised by the court of the Lord Lyon, King of Arms which acts as an authority concerning matters of heraldry and Coat of Arms

Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre , located on the north bank of the River Clyde, in Glasgow, is Scotland's largest exhibition centre.

Scottish Knights Templar
]]Since the mid nineteenth century myths, legends and anecdotes connecting the Templars to the Battle of Bannockburn have been created. Degrees in Freemasonry, such as the Royal Order of Scotland, allude to the story of Rosslyn and the Scottish Knights Templar

Scottish Parliament Building
The Scottish Parliament Building is the home of the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood, within the UNESCO World Heritage Site in central Edinburgh. Construction of the building commenced in June 1999 and the Members of the Scottish Parliament held their first debate in the new building on 7 September 2004. The formal opening by Queen Elizabeth took place on 9 October 2004

Scottish people
The Scottish people , or Scots, are a nation and ethnic group native to Scotland. Historically they emerged from an amalgamation of the Picts and Gaels, incorporating neighbouring Britons to the south as well as invading Germanic peoples such as the Anglo-Saxons and the Norse.In modern use, "Scottish people" or "Scots" is used to refer to anyone

Scottish Premier League
The Scottish Premier League , also known as the SPL , is a professional league competition for association football clubs in Scotland

Scottish Prison Service
The Scottish Prison Service is an executive agency of the Scottish Government tasked with managing prisons in Scotland

Scottish Public Pensions Agency
The Scottish Public Pensions Agency is an executive agency of the Scottish Government. It is responsible for the administration and regulation of government pension schemes in Scotland

Scottish Qualifications Authority
The Scottish Qualifications Authority is a non-departmental public body responsible for accreditation and awarding. It is partly funded by the Education and Lifelong Learning Directorate of the Scottish Government, employing 750 staff, based in Glasgow and Dalkeith

Scottish regiment
A Scottish regiment is any regiment that at some time in its history has or had a name that referred to Scotland or some part, thereof, and adopted items of Scottish dress

Scottish Rite
The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry , commonly known as simply the Scottish Rite, is one of several Rites of the worldwide fraternity known as Freemasonry

Scottish Trades Union Congress
The Scottish Trades Union Congress is the co-ordinating body of trade unions, and local Trades Councils, in Scotland. With 39 affiliated unions as of 2007, the STUC represents around 630,000 trade unionists.

Scottish Widows
Scottish Widows plc is a life, pensions and investment company located in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is a subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group. Its product range includes life assurance, pensions, investments and savings

Scottsboro Boys
The Scottsboro Boys were nine black teenage boys accused of rape in Alabama in 1931. The landmark set of legal cases from this incident dealt with racism and the right to a fair trial

The Scoutreach Division of the Boy Scouts of America emphasizes service to rural and urban areas and to minority populations. The African American Focus works with African American populations in partnerships with the NAACP, various the African American churches and other groups

Scouts Canada
Scouts Canada is a Canadian Scouting association that, in affiliation with the French-language Association des Scouts du Canada, is a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement

Scrabble is a word game in which two to four players score points by forming words from individual lettered tiles on a game board marked with a 15-by-15 grid. The words are formed across and down in crossword fashion and must appear in a standard dictionary. Official reference works provide a list of permissible words

Scramble for Africa
The Scramble for Africa, also known as the Race for Africa or Partition of Africa was a process of invasion, occupation, colonization and annexation of African territory by European powers during the New Imperialism period, between 1881 and World War I in 1914

Scrambled eggs
Scrambled eggs is a dish made from beaten whites and yolks of eggs . Beaten eggs are put into a hot pot or pan and stirred frequently, forming curds as they coagulate.-Sample preparation:

In telecommunications, a scrambler is a device that transposes or inverts signals or otherwise encodes a message at the transmitter to make the message unintelligible at a receiver not equipped with an appropriately set descrambling device

Scranton, Pennsylvania
Scranton is a city in the northeastern part of Pennsylvania, United States. It is the county seat of Lackawanna County and the largest principal city in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre metropolitan area. Scranton had a population of 76,089 in 2010, according to the U.S

Screech owls or Screech-owls are typical owls belonging to the genus Megascops. Twenty-one living species are known at present, but new ones are frequently recognized and unknown ones are still being discovered on a regular basis, especially in the Andes

Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink or other printable materials which can be pressed through the mesh as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate

A screenplay or script is a written work that is made especially for a film or television program. Screenplays can be original works or adaptations from existing pieces of writing. In them, the movement, actions, expression, and dialogues of the characters are also narrated

A scribe is a person who writes books or documents by hand as a profession and helps the city keep track of its records. The profession, previously found in all literate cultures in some form, lost most of its importance and status with the advent of printing

Scrimshaw is the name given to handiwork created by whalers made from the byproducts of harvesting marine mammals. It is most commonly made out of the bones and teeth of sperm whales, the baleen of other whales, and the tusks of walruses

Scrip is an American term for any substitute for currency which is not legal tender and is often a form of credit. Scrips were created as company payment of employees and also as a means of payment in times where regular money is unavailable, such as remote coal towns, military bases, ships on long voyages, or occupied countries in war time

Scriptorium, literally "a place for writing", is commonly used to refer to a room in medieval European monasteries devoted to the copying of manuscripts by monastic scribes

Scroby Sands wind farm
The Scroby Sands Wind Farm is a wind farm located on the Scroby Sands sandbank in the North Sea, off the coast of Great Yarmouth in eastern England, United Kingdom. It was commissioned in March 2004 by Powergen Renewables Offshore, a division of E.ON UK. It is expected to produce up to a maximum of 60 megawatts of power, enough for supply of 41,000 households

Scroll compressor
A scroll compressor is a device for compressing air or refrigerant

Scroll saw
A scroll saw is a small electric or pedal-operated saw that is useful for cutting intricate curves in cases where a jigsaw or coping saw is not appropriate. It is capable of creating curves with edges

Scrooge (1951 film)
Scrooge, released as A Christmas Carol in the United States, is a 1951 film adaptation of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol. It starred Alastair Sim as Ebenezer Scrooge and was directed by Brian Desmond Hurst, with a screenplay by Noel Langley.The film also features Kathleen Harrison in an acclaimed turn as Mrs. Dilber, Scrooge's charwoman

-Origin of name:The name may be derived from the old Anglo-Norman word for "crab" and that it began as a nickname for a club-footed illegitimate son of an English princess by a Norman knight. A crab moves sideways and so the name could fit a child with club feet

SCSI Mode Sense Command
The SCSI Mode Sense command is used to obtain current device information from mode pages in a SCSI target device. There are two different versions of the command, a 6 byte version and a 10 byte version.The CDB structure for the Mode Sense command is:

Scuba set
A scuba set is an independent breathing set that provides a scuba diver with the breathing gas necessary to breathe underwater during scuba diving. It is much used for sport diving and some sorts of work diving.

Scugog, Ontario
Scugog is a township in the Regional Municipality of Durham, south-central Ontario, Canada. A smaller Scugog Township was also a historic municipality and geographic township prior to the amalgamation that formed the current municipality.-History:

Sculpture is three-dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining hard materials—typically stone such as marble—or metal, glass, or wood. Softer materials can also be used, such as clay, textiles, plastics, polymers and softer metals

Scunthorpe is a town within North Lincolnshire, England. It is the administrative centre of the North Lincolnshire unitary authority, and had an estimated total resident population of 72,514 in 2010. A predominantly industrial town, Scunthorpe, the United Kingdom's largest steel processing centre, is also known as the "Industrial Garden Town"

The scuppernong is a large variety of muscadine , a species of grape native to the southeastern United States. It is usually a greenish or bronze color and is similar in appearance and texture to a white grape, but rounder and larger and first known as the 'big white grape'