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M (2007 film)
M is a 2007 South Korean drama film about a young writer who is experiencing hallucinations and nightmares.- Awards :M won three awards at the 6th Korean Film awards. The movie won awards for cinematography, lighting and art direction.

M (disambiguation)
M is the thirteenth letter of the modern Latin alphabetM may also refer to- Film :* M , a German film directed by Fritz Lang* M , a remake of the previous, shifting the action from Berlin to Los Angeles

M (disambiguation)
M is the thirteenth letter of the modern Latin alphabetM may also refer to- Film :* M , a German film directed by Fritz Lang* M , a remake of the previous, shifting the action from Berlin to Los Angeles

M (fragrance)
As "M" was extremely successful worldwide, a limited edition was released in 2008. Its bottle looks like the original, however it is Gold instead of Purple.

M (John Cage book)
M: Writings ’67–’72 is a book by American avant-garde composer John Cage , first published in 1973 by Wesleyan University Press. It contains the following writings:* "Foreword"

M.D. (comics)
M.D. was a short lived comic book published by EC Comics in 1955, the sixth title in its New Direction line. The bi-monthly comic was published by Bill Gaines and edited by Al Feldstein

M1
-Anime:* MBF-M1 Astray, a fictional mobile unit in the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED animation series* WD-M01 Turn A Gundam, a fictional mecha from the anime Turn A Gundam-Music:* M-1 , one half of hip hop duo Dead Prez* Korg M1, a keyboard synthesizer

M1 (Australia)
The M1 is designated stretches of Australia's National Highway 1 that are: Dual-carriageway, Freeway or Motorway.Such stretches of highway include:-Queensland:* Bruce Highway from Cooroy to Bald Hills.

M1 (TV channel)
m1 is a Hungarian television channel own and operated by Magyar Televízió. It is also transmitted in high definition.It was 24 hours in 2000 along with m2

M2
-In computers and electronics:*Fast Universal Digital Computer M-2, an early Russian digital computer *Memory Stick Micro , a removable flash memory card format*Modula-2 , a computer programming language

M3
M3, M-3 or M03 may refer to:* M3 , a measure of the money supply* Metribolone* M3, a metric screw size- Science :* Cubic meter , a unit of volume* Messier 3 , a globular cluster in the constellation Canes Venatici

M3 (band)
M3 is an experimental rock group founded by brothers Roger Miller, Ben Miller and Larry Miller. Their name is a dual reference to the three M surnames, and also pun on the musical notation for a minor third.

M8 (cipher)
In cryptography, M8 is a block cipher designed by Hitachi in 1999. It is a modification of Hitachi's earlier M6 algorithm, designed for greater security and high performance in both hardware and 32-bit software implementations.

M8 (railcar)
The M8 is an electric multiple unit railroad car built by Kawasaki for use on the New Haven Line of the Metro-North Railroad. It will replace the current fleet of 240 M2's which are nearing 40 years old and the 54 M4's which entered service in 1987.-Design:

MA
-In academia:*Master of Arts , a degree at the English-speaking universities; someone admitted to this degree*Marin Academy , a high school in San Rafael, California*Minnehaha Academy , a private high school in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Ma (negative space)
Ma is a Japanese word which can be roughly translated as "gap", "space", "pause" or "the space between two structural parts." The spatial concept is experienced progressively through intervals of spatial designation. In Japanese, ma, the word for space, suggests interval

Ma (surname)
Ma is one of the most common Chinese family names. As of 2006, it ranks as the 14th most common Chinese surname in Mainland China and the most common surname within the Chinese Muslim community, specifically the Hui people, Dongxiang people, and Salar people

Ma-Na
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MAAF (Singapore Wing)
The Singapore Wing, Malayan Auxiliary Air Force was active from its formation in 1950 until its disbandment in 1960.-Squadron:The Singapore Squadron was formed in 1950 to train volunteers to fly to RAF wings standard. There were two other squadrons, one at Kuala Lumpur and the other at Penang. Flying training was carried out at weekends and this took place at RAF Tengah

Maaherra
Maaherra is a village in the county of Norrbotten in Sweden.

Maan
Maan may refer to:* Maan family, a family in Lebanon* Maan , a Jat clan and tribe of India* Maan, Punjab, a Union Council of Kasur District, Punjab, Pakistan* Maan , a 1954 Bollywood film

Maar
A maar is a broad, low-relief volcanic crater that is caused by a phreatomagmatic eruption, an explosion caused by groundwater coming into contact with hot lava or magma. A maar characteristically fills with water to form a relatively shallow crater lake. The name comes from the local Moselle Franconian dialect of Daun, where it is in turn derived from Latin mare

Maas
Maas is the name, in English borrowed from the Dutch language, of a river that is also named Meuse , in English borrowed from French language. The practical use in English may be influenced by the context at a lower or upper stream location.

Maat (disambiguation)
Ma'at or Maat is an Egyptian goddess and concept.Maat may also refer to:* Maat , naval rank of the German Navy, Kriegsmarine, and Kaiserliche Marine

Mabel (singer)
Paolo Ferrali, better known as Mabel, is an Italian singer, renowned for his singles Disco Disco, Bum Bum and Don't let me down. He had reached the top of the sales chart in Italy, France, Germany and Austria.-Career:

Mabuhay
Mabuhay is a word derived from the Tagalog language of the Philippines. It may refer to any one of the following:* The Mabuhay Channel* Mabuhay Gardens* Mabuhay Singers* Mabuhay * Mabuhay, Zamboanga Sibugay

Mabuhay (expression)
Mabuhay is a Tagalog word used to exclaim "long live". Comparable to the Romance language expression “Vive, Viva”, the salute associated with this exclamation; in which both arms are raised above the head in unison three times and is also similar to that used in the Japanese exclamation Banzai

MACABRE
Macabre is the second studio album released by Dir En Grey on September 20, 2000. It is the band's first record to be released in collaboration of Free-Will's Firewall sub-division and Sony Music Entertainment Japan

Macabre
In works of art, macabre is the quality of having a grim or ghastly atmosphere. Macabre works emphasize the details and symbols of death.

Macabre (1958 film)
Macabre is a 1958 thriller film directed by William Castle, written by Robb White, and starring William Prince, Jim Backus, Christine White, Jacqueline Scott, and Susan Morrow. It is considered Castle's first foray into using the promotional gimmicks that later made him famous

Macabre (disambiguation)
Macabre is a quality of some artistic or literary works, characterized by a grim or ghastly atmosphere.Macabre may also refer to:In film:* Macabre , a thriller directed by William Castle

Macaco (band)
Macaco is a musical band from Barcelona, Spain formed in 1997 by Dani Carbonell, who was also one of the original lead singers of the new flamenco group Ojos de Brujo

Macadam
Macadam is a type of road construction pioneered by the Scotsman John Loudon McAdam in around 1820. The method simplified what had been considered state-of-the-art at that point

Macadamia
Macadamia is a genus of nine species of flowering plants in the family Proteaceae, with a disjunct distribution native to eastern Australia , New Caledonia and Sulawesi in Indonesia .

Macao (Killmaster novel)
Macao is a novel in the Killmaster series of spy novels, published in 1968.-Plot summary:Princess Morgan de Gama is an addict, a whore, and a deadbeat. As the story begins, a film of her sexual exploits is being auctioned off to three international buyers. The Portuguese government would like her locked in an asylum

Macaque
The macaques constitute a genus of Old World monkeys of the subfamily Cercopithecinae. - Description :Aside from humans , the macaques are the most widespread primate genus, ranging from Japan to Afghanistan and, in the case of the barbary macaque, to North Africa

Macaroni
Macaroni is a variety of moderately extended, machine-made, dry pasta made with durum wheat. Macaroni noodles do not contain eggs, and are normally cut in short, hollow shapes; however, the term refers not to the shape of the pasta, but to the kind of dough from which the noodle is made

Macaroon
A macaroon is a type of light, baked confection, described as either small cakes or meringue-like cookies depending on their consistency. The original macaroon was a "small sweet cake consisting largely of ground almonds" similar to Italian or Moroccan amaretti.The English word macaroon and French macaron come from the Italian maccarone or maccherone

MacArthur
MacArthur or Macarthur may refer to:-Geography:* Division of Macarthur, Sydney* General MacArthur, Eastern Samar, Philippines* John D

MacArthur (film)
MacArthur is a 1977 American biographical war film directed by Joseph Sargent and starring Gregory Peck in the eponymous role as American General Douglas MacArthur.-Plot:

Macassar
-Places:*Makassar, a city in Indonesia**Makassar Strait, a strait in Indonesia*Macassar, Western Cape, a town in South Africa*Macassar Village, Western Cape, an informal settlement in South Africa*Macassar, Mozambique, a village in north-eastern Mozambique

Macau
Macau , also spelled Macao , is, along with Hong Kong, one of the two special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China

Macaulay
-Surname:*Macaulay , an English-language surname with multiple etymological origins .-Given name:* George Macaulay Trevelyan, English historian

Macaw (disambiguation)
Macaw can refer to:*Macaw, colorful New World parrots*Macaw palm, Acrocomia aculeata, a palm tree*MACAW, stands for Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance for Wireless

Macbeth (1908 film)
Macbeth is a silent 1908 film directed by James Stuart Blackton based on the William Shakespeare play of the same name. It is the earliest known film version of that play

Macbeth (1909 French film)
Macbeth, is a silent 1909 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare play. It was released on December 3, 1909. It is a silent black-and-white film with French intertitles.-Cast and crew:*André Calmettes *Paul Mounet as Macbeth

Macbeth (1909 Italian film)
Macbeth is an silent Italian 1909 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare play Macbeth. It was the second Macbeth film released that year , and is the third film version of the play. The film was directed by Mario Caserini, and starred Dante Cappelli, Maria Caserini, Amleto Palormi, and Ettore Pesci

Macbeth (1911 film)
Macbeth is a 1911 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare play Macbeth. It is now considered a lost film, as there are no known copies of it in existence today

Macbeth (1913 film)
Macbeth is a 1913 film version of the William Shakespeare play Macbeth, and the fifth film adaptation of that work. It is considered to be a lost film, as no known copies of it exists today. It is a German production and was released on November 17, 1913

Macbeth (1915 film)
Macbeth is a French 1915 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare play Macbeth. It was released on December 31, 1915 in France. It is a silent black-and-white film with French intertitles.

Macbeth (1916 film)
Macbeth is a silent, black and white 1916 film adaptation of the classic William Shakespeare play, Macbeth.It was directed by John Emerson, and released on June 4, 1916 in the United States, and on February 26, 1917 in Japan. This version of Macbeth was produced by D. W. Griffith, with Cinematography by Victor Fleming

Macbeth (1922 film)
Macbeth is a black and white 1922 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare play Macbeth. It was the last silent film version of that play produced, and the eighth film adaptation of the play.-Cast and crew:*Russell Thorndike as Macbeth

Macbeth (1954 film)
Macbeth is a live television adaptation of the William Shakespeare play. This Hallmark Hall of Fame production was directed by George Schaefer, and starred Maurice Evans and Judith Anderson

Macbeth (1960 film)
Macbeth is a 1960 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare play. This, the second Hallmark Hall of Fame series teleplay of Macbeth was, like the 1954 live version, also directed by George Schaefer, and also starred Maurice Evans and Judith Anderson

Macbeth (2007 film)
Macbeth, directed by Nicholas Paton, is a British 2009 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare classic, Macbeth. The screenplay was written by Nicholas Paton and Fergus March, who also played the title character. Other cast members include Amelia Powers, Anthony Head, John Samuel Worsey, Sam Hill, Jake Lewis Smith and Richard Unwin. The music was composed by David C. Hëwitt.

Macbeth (Bloch)
Macbeth is an opera in three acts, with music by Ernest Bloch to a libretto by Edmond Fleg, after the eponymous play of William Shakespeare. Bloch composed the opera between 1904 and 1906, but it did not receive its first performance until November 30, 1910 by the Opéra-Comique Paris

Macbeth (character)
Macbeth is the title character in William Shakespeare's Macbeth . The character is based on the historical king Macbeth of Scotland, and is derived largely from the account in Holinshed's Chronicles , a history of Britain. Macbeth is a Scottish noble and a valiant military man. He is portrayed throughout the play as an antagonistic anti-hero

Mace
A mace is a blunt weapon, a type of club or virge—that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows. A development of the club, the military mace differs from a hammer in that the head of a mace is radially symmetric so that a blow can be delivered just as effectively with any side of the head

Mace
Mače is a village and municipality in Krapina-Zagorje county in Croatia. According to the 2001 census, there are 2,715 inhabitants in the area, absolute majority which are Croats.

Mace (company)
Mace Group Ltd, commonly known as Mace, is a global consultancy and construction firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It has operations across 49 countries, offering a variety of services that span the entire property life cycle, from fund monitoring, cost consultancy, design management, through pre-construction, construction, fit out, and facilities

MACE (gaming convention)
MACE is an annual gaming convention held in High Point, North Carolina. Founded in 1996 as ROC 96.5, the convention has been called MACE since 1997, when it moved to High Point.

Mace (store)
Mace is a convenience store symbol group operated in the UK and Ireland. The stores are independently owned and join the group, paying a fee for marketing and branding support and purchasing their stock from the brand owner. -Great Britain:

Macedon
Macedonia or Macedon was an ancient kingdom, centered in the northeastern part of the Greek peninsula, bordered by Epirus to the west, Paeonia to the north, the region of Thrace to the east and Thessaly to the south.

Macedonia
Macedonia may refer to:*Republic of Macedonia, a modern country in southeastern Europe*Macedonia , a region of Greece*Macedonia , a wider geographical and historical region covering both of the above, as well as parts of Bulgaria, Albania, and SerbiaHistorical entities*Macedonia , also known as Macedon, the kingdom of Philip II and Alexander the

Macer
Macer may refer to:* Gaius Licinius Macer , was an official and annalist of ancient Rome;* Lucius Clodius Macer was a legatus of the Roman Empire in Africa in the time of Nero.* Aemilius Macer was a Roman poet of the late Republic.

Maceration
Maceration may refer to:* Maceration , in food preparation* Maceration , a step in wine-making** Carbonic maceration, a wine-making technique* Maceration , in sewage treatment* Maceration , a method of preparing bones

Seneca Falls Convention
The Seneca Falls Convention was an early and influential women's rights convention held in Seneca Falls, New York, July 19–20, 1848. It was organized by local New York women upon the occasion of a visit by Boston-based Lucretia Mott, a Quaker famous for her speaking ability, a skill rarely cultivated by American women at the time

Seneca, South Carolina
Seneca is a city in Oconee County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 7,652 at the 2000 census. It is the principal city of the Seneca Micropolitan Statistical Area Seneca is a city in Oconee County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 7,652 at the 2000 census. It is the principal city of the Seneca Micropolitan Statistical Area Seneca is a city in Oconee County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 7,652 at the 2000 census. It is the principal city of the Seneca Micropolitan Statistical Area (population 66,215 according to year 2000 estimates by the U.S

Senecio
Senecio is a genus of the daisy family that includes ragworts and groundsels. The flower heads are normally rayed, completely yellow, and the heads are borne in branched clusters

Senegal Coucal
The Senegal Coucal, Centropus senegalensis, is a member of the cuckoo order of birds, the Cuculiformes, which also includes the roadrunners, the anis, and the Hoatzin.

Sengalipuram
Sengalipuram is a village where great saints like Sengalipuram Muthanna and Sri Anantharama Deekshithar, Tamil writer "Thiru" were born.This is one of the 18 Vathima villages.-Location:Country:India

Sengerema
Sengerema District is one of eight districts in the Mwanza Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the north and east by Lake Victoria, to the south by the Geita District and to the southeast by the Misungwi District.

Senglea
Senglea is a fortified city in the east of Malta, mainly in the Grand Harbour area. It is one of the Three Cities in the east of Malta, the other two being Cospicua and Vittoriosa. The city of Senglea is also called Civitas Invicta, because it managed to resist the Ottoman invasion at the Great Siege of 1565

Sengunthar
Sengunthar or Kaikolar is a Tamil community found in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and also in some parts of Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Northern Province, Sri Lanka. Sengunthars use the title of Mudaliar after their names

Senile plaques
Senile plaques are extracellular deposits of amyloid in the gray matter of the brain. The deposits are associated with degenerative neural structures and an abundance of microglia and astrocytes

Senior Chief Petty Officer
U.S. Coast GuardSenior ChiefPetty Officercollar deviceU.S. Coast GuardSenior ChiefPetty OfficerinsigniaGood conductvariationSenior ChiefPetty OfficerinsigniaSenior ChiefPetty Officercollar device

Sennacherib
Sennacherib |Sîn]] has replaced brothers for me"; Aramaic: ) was the son of Sargon II, whom he succeeded on the throne of Assyria .-Rise to power:

Sense of agency
The "sense of agency" refers to the subjective awareness that one is initiating, executing, and controlling one's own volitional actions in the world. It is the pre-reflective awareness or implicit sense that it is me who is presently executing bodily movement or thinking thoughts

Sensible heat
Sensible heat is the energy exchanged by a thermodynamic system that has as its sole effect a change of temperature.The term is used in contrast to a latent heat, which is the amount of energy exchanged that is hidden, meaning it cannot be observed as a change of temperature

Sensory nerve
Sensory nerves are nerves that receive sensory stimuli, such as how something feels and if it is painful, smooth, rough, etc.They are made up of nerve fibers, called sensory fibers .Sensory neurons are neurons that are activated by sensory input Sensory nerves are nerves that receive sensory stimuli, such as how something feels and if it is painful, smooth, rough, etc.They are made up of nerve fibers, called sensory fibers (mechanoreceptor fibers sense body movement and pressure placed against the body, and nociceptor fibers sense tissue injury).Sensory neurons are neurons that are activated by sensory input Sensory nerves are nerves that receive sensory stimuli, such as how something feels and if it is painful, smooth, rough, etc.They are made up of nerve fibers, called sensory fibers (mechanoreceptor fibers sense body movement and pressure placed against the body, and nociceptor fibers sense tissue injury).Sensory neurons are neurons that are activated by sensory input (vision,

Sensory system
A sensory system is a part of the nervous system responsible for processing sensory information. A sensory system consists of sensory receptors, neural pathways, and parts of the brain involved in sensory perception. Commonly recognized sensory systems are those for vision, hearing, somatic sensation , taste and olfaction

Senusret I
Senusret I was the second pharaoh of the Twelfth Dynasty of Egypt. He ruled from 1971 BC to 1926 BC, and was one of the most powerful kings of this Dynasty. He was the son of Amenemhat I and his wife Nefertitanen. His wife and sister was Neferu. She was also the mother of the successor Amenemhat II

Seo Ho-Jin
Seo Ho-Jin is a South Korean short track speed skater who won gold in the 5000m relay at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.-References:

Sepak Takraw
Sepak takraw , or kick volleyball, is a sport native to the Malay-Thai Peninsula

Separation of church and state
The concept of the separation of church and state refers to the distance in the relationship between organized religion and the nation state.

Separation of powers
The separation of powers, often imprecisely used interchangeably with the trias politica principle, is a model for the governance of a state. The model was first developed in ancient Greece and came into widespread use by the Roman Republic as part of the unmodified Constitution of the Roman Republic

Sephirot (Kabbalah)
Sephirot or Sephiroth , meaning "enumerations", are the 10 attributes/emanations in Kabbalah, through which God reveals itself and continuously creates both the physical realm and the chain of higher metaphysical realms

Sepia (magazine)
Sepia, a photojournalistic magazine styled like Look and sometimes compared to Ebony, featured articles based primarily on the achievements of African Americans. It was published in Fort Worth, Texas by Good Publishing Company , owned and operated by George Levitan, who was not black himself

Septic drain field
Septic drain fields, also called leach fields or leach drains are used to remove contaminants and impurities from the liquid that emerges from the septic tank. A septic tank, the septic drain field, and the associated piping compose a complete septic system. The septic drain field is effective for disposal of organic materials readily catabolized by a microbial ecosystem

Septic tank
A septic tank is a key component of the septic system, a small-scale sewage treatment system common in areas with no connection to main sewage pipes provided by local governments or private corporations

Septimius Severus
Septimius Severus , also known as Severus, was Roman Emperor from 193 to 211. Severus was born in Leptis Magna in the province of Africa. As a young man he advanced through the customary succession of offices under the reigns of Marcus Aurelius and Commodus. Severus seized power after the death of Emperor Pertinax in 193 during the Year of the Five Emperors

Septocaine
Articaine is a dental local anesthetic. It is the most widely used local anesthetic in a number of European countries and is available in many countries around the world.-History:

Sequence alignment
In bioinformatics, a sequence alignment is a way of arranging the sequences of DNA, RNA, or protein to identify regions of similarity that may be a consequence of functional, structural, or evolutionary relationships between the sequences. Aligned sequences of nucleotide or amino acid residues are typically represented as rows within a matrix

Sequencing
In genetics and biochemistry, sequencing means to determine the primary structure of an unbranched biopolymer

Sequoia
Sequoia sempervirens is the sole living species of the genus Sequoia in the cypress family Cupressaceae . Common names include coast redwood, California redwood, and giant redwood. It is an evergreen, long-lived, monoecious tree living 12001800 years or more

Sequoia National Forest
Sequoia National Forest is located in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains of California. The U.S. National Forest is named for the majestic Giant Sequoia trees which populate 38 distinct groves within the boundaries of the forest.

Sequoia National Park
Sequoia National Park is a national park in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California, in the United States. It was established on September 25, 1890. The park spans . Encompassing a vertical relief of nearly , the park contains among its natural resources the highest point in the contiguous 48 United States, Mount Whitney, at above sea level

Sequoyah
Sequoyah , named in English George Gist or George Guess, was a Cherokee silversmith. In 1821 he completed his independent creation of a Cherokee syllabary, making reading and writing in Cherokee possible

Sequoyah County, Oklahoma
Sequoyah County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It is part of the Fort Smith, Arkansas-Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of 2000, the population was 38,972. Its county seat is Sallisaw.-History:

Serac
A serac is a block or column of ice formed by intersecting crevasses on a glacier. Often house-sized or larger, they are dangerous to mountaineers since they may topple with little warning

Seraikela Kharsawan
Seraikela-Kharsawan district ; formerly the princely state of Seraikella/Saraikella is one of the twenty-four districts of Jharkhand state in eastern India. Seraikela town is the district headquarters of Saraikela Kharsawan district. The district is well-known for Seraikela Chhau, one of the three distinctive styles of the chhau dance

Serapeum
A serapeum is a temple or other religious institution dedicated to the syncretic Hellenistic-Egyptian god Serapis, who combined aspects of Osiris and Apis in a humanized form that was accepted by the Ptolemaic Greeks of Alexandria

Serapis
Serapis or Sarapis is a Graeco-Egyptian name of God. Serapis was devised during the 3rd century BC on the orders of Ptolemy I of Egypt as a means to unify the Greeks and Egyptians in his realm. The god was depicted as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian trappings, and combined iconography from a great many cults, signifying both abundance and resurrection

Serbia
Serbia , officially the Republic of Serbia , is a landlocked country located at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, covering the southern part of the Carpathian basin and the central part of the Balkans

Serbian language
Serbian is a form of Serbo-Croatian, a South Slavic language, spoken by Serbs in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia and neighbouring countries.

Serbian Orthodox Church
The Serbian Orthodox Church is one of the autocephalous Orthodox Christian churches, ranking sixth in order of seniority after Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, Jerusalem, and Russia

Serbian revolution
Serbian revolution or Revolutionary Serbia refers to the national and social revolution of the Serbian people taking place between 1804 and 1835, during which this territory evolved from an Ottoman province into a constitutional monarchy and a modern nation-state

Serbian Spruce
Picea omorika is a rare, local spruce, endemic to the Drina River valley in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina near Višegrad and western Serbia, with a total range of only about 60 ha, between 800–1,600 m altitude

Serbs
The Serbs are a South Slavic ethnic group of the Balkans and southern Central Europe. Serbs are located mainly in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and form a sizable minority in Croatia, the Republic of Macedonia and Slovenia. Likewise, Serbs are an officially recognized minority in both Romania and Hungary, as well as in Albania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Serena Deeb
Serena Deeb is an American professional wrestler. She is best known for her time with World Wrestling Entertainment, appearing on the SmackDown brand and also known for her time with the developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling. under the ring name Serena

Serenje
Serenje is a district in Zambia. There is also the town of Serenje lying just off the Great North Road and TAZARA Railway. The British, during the time that Northern Rhodesia was a British protectorate, designated Serenje as a BOMA . To this day, the locals refer to Serenje Town as the BOMA. Serenje has a railway station on the TAZARA railway

Serge Koussevitzky
Serge Koussevitzky , was a Russian-born Jewish conductor, composer and double-bassist, known for his long tenure as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1924 to 1949.-Early career:

Serge Lang
Serge Lang was a French-born American mathematician. He was known for his work in number theory and for his mathematics textbooks, including the influential Algebra

Sergeant Major
Sergeants major is a senior non-commissioned rank or appointment in many militaries around the world. In Commonwealth countries, Sergeants Major are usually appointments held by senior non-commissioned officers or warrant officers

Sergei Diaghilev
Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev , usually referred to outside of Russia as Serge, was a Russian art critic, patron, ballet impresario and founder of the Ballets Russes, from which many famous dancers and choreographers would arise.-Early life and career:

Sergei Grinkov
Sergei Mikhailovich Grinkov was a Russian pair skater. Together with partner Ekaterina Gordeeva, he was the 1988 and 1994 Olympic Champion and four-time World Champion.-Biography:

Sergei Prokofiev
Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev was a Russian composer, pianist and conductor who mastered numerous musical genres and is regarded as one of the major composers of the 20th century

Sergei Rachmaninoff
Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff was a Russian composer, pianist, and conductor. Rachmaninoff is widely considered one of the finest pianists of his day and, as a composer, one of the last great representatives of Romanticism in Russian classical music

Sergei Slonimsky
Sergei Mikhailovich Slonimsky is a Russian and Soviet composer, pianist and musicologist.-Biography:He is a son of Soviet writer Mikhail Slonimsky and a nephew of the Russian-American composer Nicolas Slonimsky. He studied at the Musical College in Moscow from 1943 until 1950. From 1950 Slonimsky was at the Leningrad Conservatory

Sergey Khlebnikov
Sergey Anatolevich Khlebnikov was a Russian speed skater who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1980 and the 1984 Winter Olympics.He was born in Sortavala and died in Moscow by drowning in the Mitinskoe pond; "an oak of a man," the Western press described him as a "tank" and a typical product of communism.-Career:In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Khlebnikov was one of the

Sergi Belbel
Sergi Belbel i Coslado is a Catalan-Spanish playwright, and as of 2005 the director of the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya.-Career:

Sergio Peresson
Sergio Peresson was an Italian-born violin maker.Born in 1913 in Udine, Italy, Sergio made his first violin in 1943 before moving to Caracas, Venezuela, in 1947. There he primarily did repair work for the Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra and had a modest production of new instruments. He moved to Philadelphia in 1963 and was employed by William Moennig and Son

SERI microalgae culture collection
The SERI microalgae culture collection was a collection from the Department of Energy's Aquatic Species Program cataloged at the Solar Energy Research Institute located in Golden, Colorado. The Aquatic Species Program ended in 1996 after its funding was cut, at which point its microalgae collection was moved to the University of Hawaii

Serial killer
A serial killer, as typically defined, is an individual who has murdered three or more people over a period of more than a month, with down time between the murders, and whose motivation for killing is usually based on psychological gratification

Serial number
A serial number is a unique number assigned for identification which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed discrete integer value

Serial port
In computing, a serial port is a serial communication physical interface through which information transfers in or out one bit at a time

Serie A 1946-47
-Final classification:-Results:

Serie A 1959-60
-Final classification:-Results:

Series and parallel circuits
Components of an electrical circuit or electronic circuit can be connected in many different ways. The two simplest of these are called series and parallel and occur very frequently. Components connected in series are connected along a single path, so the same current flows through all of the components

Serif
In typography, serifs are semi-structural details on the ends of some of the strokes that make up letters and symbols. A typeface with serifs is called a serif typeface . A typeface without serifs is called sans serif or sans-serif, from the French sans, meaning “without”

Serine protease
Serine proteases are enzymes that cleave peptide bonds in proteins, in which serine serves as the nucleophilic amino acid at the active site.They are found ubiquitously in both eukaryotes and prokaryotes

Serious Fraud Office (UK)
The Serious Fraud Office is an independent UK Government department that investigates and prosecutes serious or complex fraud and corruption

Serious Moonlight (2009 film)
Serious Moonlight is a 2009 black comedy film directed by Cheryl Hines. It stars Meg Ryan, Timothy Hutton, Kristen Bell, and Justin Long. It was released by Magnolia Pictures on 4 December 2009.-Plot:

Serious Sam II
Serious Sam II is a science fiction first-person shooter video game released for the PC and Xbox and the sequel to the 2001 computer game Serious Sam, making it the second game in the Serious Sam series. It was designed and developed by Croteam and was released on October 11, 2005

Serotonin
Serotonin or 5-hydroxytryptamine is a monoamine neurotransmitter. Biochemically derived from tryptophan, serotonin is primarily found in the gastrointestinal tract, platelets, and in the central nervous system of animals including humans

Serotonin syndrome
Serotonin syndrome is a potentially life-threatening adverse drug reaction that may occur following therapeutic drug use, inadvertent interactions between drugs, overdose of particular drugs, or the recreational use of certain drugs