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Mahalo is a Hawaiian word meaning thanks, gratitude, admiration, praise, esteem, regards, respects. According to the Pukui and Elbert Hawaiian Dictionary, it is derived from the Proto-Polynesian *masalo.

Mahārāja is a Sanskrit title for a "great king" or "high king". The female equivalent title Maharani denotes either the wife of a Maharaja or, in states where that was customary, a woman ruling in her own right. The widow of a Maharaja is known as a Rajamata

Maharaja (1998 film)
Maharaja is a 1998 Indian film directed by Anil Sharma. It tells the story of Kohinoor who was forced from his kingdom as a child who returns 20 years later to reclaim his rightful place. He had lived in the Himalayas for 20 years because Ranvir Singh had murdered his whole family. The family's former maid's son Ali tells him the truth about his past

Maharaja (1998 film)
Maharaja is a 1998 Indian film directed by Anil Sharma. It tells the story of Kohinoor who was forced from his kingdom as a child who returns 20 years later to reclaim his rightful place. He had lived in the Himalayas for 20 years because Ranvir Singh had murdered his whole family. The family's former maid's son Ali tells him the truth about his past

Maharashtra is a state located in India. It is the second most populous after Uttar Pradesh and third largest state by area in India

In Islamic eschatology, the Mahdi is the prophesied redeemer of Islam who will stay on Earth for seven, nine or nineteen years- before the Day of Judgment and, alongside Jesus, will rid the world of wrongdoing, injustice and tyranny.In Shia Islam, the belief in the Mahdi is a "central religious idea" and closely related as the Twelfth Imam,

Mahjong (1996 film)
Mahjong is a 1996 Taiwanese Comedy film written and directed by Edward Yang. The film stars Chang Chen, Nick Erickson and Virginie Ledoyen.-Cast and roles:*Tang Congsheng as Red Fish*Chang Chen as Hong Kong*Lawrence Ko as Lun-lun

MAHL may refer to:* Mahl dialect which is the dialect of Dhivehi language spoken on Minicoy Island, India* Mahls, the third sub group of the Dhivehi people native to Minicoy Island, India.

Mahla or Mahalawat or Mahlan or Mahlania is a gotra of Yaduvanshi Ahirs and Jats found in the states of Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana, in India.They are Sikh in the Punjab, and Hindu in the other states.

Mahli (tribe)
Mahli is the name of a tribe of India. It is a scheduled tribe of the state of West Bengal and Jharkhand . They mostly reside in Santhal Parganas and certain other regions of Jharkhand, and in the adjoining areas of West Bengal. Their population is dwindling. Mahli people traditionally earned their livelihood by selling articles made of bamboo

Mahogany (e-mail client)
Mahogany is an open source cross-platform email and news client. It is available for X11/Unix and MS Win32 platforms, supporting a wide range of protocols and standards, including SMTP, POP3, IMAP, NNTP and full MIME support

Mahogany (horse)
Mahogany was an Australian thoroughbred who raced in the mid-1990s. He was aimed at the three-year-old staying events, where he won the Victoria Derby and the Australian Derby. But as an older horse he usually was restricted to sprint races.The notable exception was the 1995 W.S. Cox Plate where he ran a photo-finish second to Octagonal

Mahon (disambiguation)
-Places:*Mahon, Minorca, Spain *Mahon, Cork, Ireland*River Mahon, County Waterford, Ireland *Mahon Bridge, a village in Ireland*Mahon, Indiana, United States-People:*Alice Mahon -Places:*Mahon, Minorca, Spain (Mahón in Spanish and Maó in Catalan)*Mahon, Cork, Ireland*River Mahon, County Waterford, Ireland (Mhachan in Irish)*Mahon Bridge, a village in Ireland*Mahon, Indiana, United States-People:*Alice Mahon -Places:*Mahon, Minorca, Spain (Mahón in Spanish and Maó in Catalan)*Mahon, Cork, Ireland*River Mahon, County Waterford, Ireland (Mhachan in Irish)*Mahon Bridge, a village in Ireland*Mahon, Indiana, United States-People:*Alice Mahon (b

A mahout is a person who drives an elephant. The word mahout comes from the Hindi words mahaut and mahavat. Usually, a mahout starts as a boy in the 'family business' when he is assigned an elephant early in its life and they would be attached to each other throughout the elephant's life.The most common tools used by mahouts are chains and the Aṅkuśa A mahout is a person who drives an elephant. The word mahout comes from the Hindi words mahaut and mahavat. Usually, a mahout starts as a boy in the 'family business' when he is assigned an elephant early in its life and they would be attached to each other throughout the elephant's life.The most common tools used by mahouts are chains and the Aṅkuśa A mahout is a person who drives an elephant. The word mahout comes from the Hindi words mahaut and mahavat. Usually, a mahout starts as a boy in the 'family business' when he is assigned an elephant early in its life and they would be attached to each other throughout the elephant's life.The most common tools used by mahouts are chains and the Aṅkuśa (or ankus,

A maidservant or in current usage housemaid or maid is a female employed in domestic service.-Description:Once part of an elaborate hierarchy in great houses, today a single maid may be the only domestic worker that upper and even middle-income households can afford, as was historically the case for many households

Maiden or Maidens may refer to:* A female virgin; see virginity* Maiden name, the family name carried by a woman before marriage; see married and maiden names* Maiden, the first of the three aspects of the Triple Goddess

Maiden flight
The maiden flight of an aircraft is the first occasion on which an aircraft leaves the ground of its own accord. This is similar to a ship's maiden voyage.

Maiden voyage
The maiden voyage of a ship, aircraft or other craft is the first journey made by the craft after shakedown. A number of traditions and superstitions are associated with it.

Maiden Voyage (Alice in Videoland album)
Maiden Voyage is the debut album by Swedish electronic band Alice in Videoland, released in Sweden on 19 November 2003 by National Records. In the United States and Canada, the album was released in 2007 by Artoffact Records under the title Maiden Voyage Plus, containing remixes and B-sides as bonus tracks.-Track listing:All songs written and composed by Toril Lindqvist and

Maiden Voyage (Bounding Main album)
Maiden Voyage is the first album by Bounding Main, released in 2004. Maiden Voyage was performed by Bounding Main members Dean Calin, Christie Dalby, Gina Dalby, Maggie Hannington, Jon Krivitzky, and David Yondorf. It was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jonathon Leubner of SurroundinSound Studio.-Track listing:

Mail, or post, is a system for transporting letters and other tangible objects: written documents, typically enclosed in envelopes, and also small packages are delivered to destinations around the world. Anything sent through the postal system is called mail or post.In principle, a postal service can be private or public

Mail slot (disambiguation)
Mail Slot may refer to:*Mail slot, a type of mail receptacle*MailSlot, a type of interprocess communication

Mailer may refer to:* Mass mailer, a computer worm that spreads itself via e-mail* Mailer , an individual employed to handle newspapers from the press to the truck* Robert Mailer Anderson , American novelist

Maille (company)
Maille is a French mustard and pickle company. Founded in 1747, it is famous for its Dijon mustard and cornichon. The company traces its roots to Antoine Claude Maille. In 1720 Maille developed new forms of vinegar to help stop the ongoing plague engulfing the south of France

Maillet may refer to the following places in France:* Maillet, Allier, a commune in the department of Allier* Maillet, Indre, a commune in the department of Indre* Mailly-Maillet, a commune in the department of Somme

The maillot is the fashion designer's name for a woman's one-piece swimsuit, also called a tank suit. A maillot swimsuit generally consists of a tank-style torso top with high-cut legs

Mailman may refer to:*Mail carrier, a person who delivers mail*Mailman , a 2003 novel by American author J. Robert Lennon.*The Mail Man, a 1993 album by American rapper E-40*GNU Mailman, mailing list software

Maimonides (disambiguation)
Maimonides may refer to:* Moses Maimonides , a Jewish philosopher* Maimonides School, a Jewish day school in Brookline, Massachusetts* Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York

The Main is a river in Germany, with a length of the most significant right tributary of the Rhine.-Geography:

Main Building
Main Building is a common name for a building on some university and college campuses serving as home to administrative offices, such as president or provost.-Hong Kong:

Main Building (Vassar College)
Main Building is on the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie, New York. It was built by James Renwick Jr. in the Second Empire style in 1861, the second building in the history of what was one of America's first women's colleges. At the time, it housed the entire college, including dormitories, libraries, classrooms, and dining halls

Main line (railway)
The Mainline or Main line of a railway is a track that is used for through trains or is the principal artery of the system from which branch lines, yards, sidings and spurs are connected.

Maina (Cook Islands)
Maina is one of 22 islands in the Aitutaki atoll of the Cook Islands. It is located at the southwestern extreme of Aitutaki Lagoon, five kilometres to the southwest of the main island of Aitutaki

Maina (last name)
Maina is an Italian surname that belongs to the region of the Italian Alps.Maina/Moyna/Mayna is a Assamese nickname . The term is also used as a call of endearment.

Mainer may refer to:* Mainer , a person from Maine* Martin Mainer , Czech artist and professor* Wade Mainer , American singer and banjoist

Mainframe may refer to either of the following:* Mainframe computer, large and powerful data processing systems* Mainframe Entertainment, a Canadian computer animation and design company* Mainframe , a 1980s Electropop band

Mainland is a name given to a large landmass in a region , or to the largest of a group of islands in an archipelago. Sometimes its residents are called "Mainlanders"

Mainland (cheese)
Mainland Cheese is a brand of cheese now owned by Fonterra Co-operative Group that is sold throughout Australasia and parts of the Americas. It began as a family business in the South Island of New Zealand .-Company history:Mainland Products Ltd was founded in 1954 by Peter McConnon

Mainline (album)
Mainline is the third album by 4 Strings.- Track listing :# Desire# Sunrise# Diamonds# Mainline# Curious# Hurricane# Take Me Away [Ron Van Den Beuken Edit]# Colorblind# In Your Room# Breathing New Air# Treasure Box

Mainline (flight)
A mainline flight is a flight operated by an airline's main operating unit, rather than by regional alliances, regional code-shares or regional subsidiaries

Mains may refer to:* Mains electricity * Mains power around the world* Electricity transmission* Public utility, "mains services", including electricity, natural gas, water, and sewage disposal

A mainsail is a sail located behind the main mast of a sailing vessel.On a square rigged vessel, it is the lowest and largest sail on the main mast.

Mainspring (novel)
Mainspring is the third novel from writer Jay Lake. It is a science fiction/fantasy novel, of the sub genre steampunk.This novel is followed by the 2008 sequel Escapement and the 2010 sequel Pinion.-Plot summary:

Mainstay is a Christian rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The band was formed in 2003 and is signed to BEC Recordings. While a lot of the band's music has decidedly Christian lyrics and messages, their music appeals to a large secular fanbase as well. Their music style has been compared to Copeland, Kutless, Sanctus Real, Lifehouse and The Goo Goo Dolls

Mainstream is, generally, the common current thought of the majority. However, the mainstream is far from cohesive; rather the concept is often considered a cultural construct.

Mainstream (band)
Mainstream were a British shoegazer band, briefly famous in the late 1990s. They were formed by Mewton, Hartnell and Neill. Later they were joined by Peter Mullaney and later still Mark Aviss. After performing several successful gigs they attracted label interest

Mainstream (disambiguation)
Mainstream is generally used to mean that which is ordinary or usual with familiar appeal to the masses.Mainstream may also refer to:*Mainstream media*Mainstream Publishing, a Scottish publisher*Mainstream Records, an American record label

Mainstream (fanzine)
Mainstream was a science fiction fanzine edited by Jerry Kaufman and Suzanne Tompkins. It was nominated for the 1991 Hugo Award for Best Fanzine, losing to Lan's Lantern.

Maintaining was a comic strip by cartoonist Nate Creekmore. Nate is a two-time winner of the Scripps College Cartoonist of the Year and an Associated Press award for achievement in college cartooning. Nate's strip first appeared in the newspaper at Lipscomb University in Nashville. Maintaining was later picked up for syndication through Universal Press Syndicate

Maintenance may refer to:* Biological science** Maintenance respiration** Maintenance of an organism* Non-technical maintenance:** High-maintenance, slang expression** Child support or alimony, also called spousal support

Maio or MAIO can refer to:* Maio, Cape Verde, an island in Cape Verde* Maio, Guinea-Bissau, and island in Guinea-Bissau* Mobile Allocation Index Offset, in GSM* Maio River, in Chile's Santiago Metropolitan Region

maior in Latin means greater, as in magnus-maior-maximus. The opposite is minor, smaller.Many professions derive from it, like maior domus, major, mayor, and thus many surnames, especially German surnames like Maier, Meier, Meyer, Meir, Mayer, Meyr, and the Dutch surname Meijer.Many placenames also use maior in the meaning of

Maire may refer to:*Coastal Maire , and other Nestegis trees native to New Zealand.*Maire, Netherlands, a former municipality*Máire, the Irish Gaelic form of "Mary"*Máire , an album by Moya Brennan

Maire (Netherlands)
Maire is a former village in the Dutch province of Zeeland. It was located northwest of the village of Rilland.

Mais may refer to:* John A. Mais* Petre Mais* Roger Mais* Mais, Azerbaijan-See also:* Mayes* Maize* Maximum Abbreviated Injury Scale*Mississippi Association of Independent Schools

Mais (Bowness)
Mais, or Maia, in Cumbria, England was a Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall, and was the last fort at the western end of the Wall.

Maisie Ravier is a popular fictional character, the star of ten films and a radio show. She was played by Ann Sothern.After a string of films that failed to attract an audience, Sothern left RKO Radio Pictures and was signed to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, making her first film for MGM in 1939

Maisie (film)
Maisie is a 1939 comedy film starring Robert Young and Ann Sothern, based on the novel Dark Dame by Wilson Collison. It was the first of ten films starring Ann Sothern as Maisie Ravier. In Mary C

Maitland (disambiguation)
Maitland is a surname, and it may also refer to:Places:*Maitland, New South Wales, Australia*Maitland, Florida, USA*Maitland, Missouri, USA*Maitland, South Australia*Maitland River, Ontario, Canada*Lake Maitland, a dry lake in Western Australia

Maizal is a town in the Valverde province of the Dominican Republic.- Sources :* –

Maize (disambiguation)
Maize refers to corn, a cereal grain.Maize may also refer to:*Maize or milo maize, another name for grain sorghum in the Midwestern U.S.*Maize , by Pushmonkey*Maize *Maize, Kansas, a U.S. city

Maja can refer to:* Maja , a main-belt asteroid* Maja , a species in the Cuban cactus scrub* Maja , a type of crab* Maja , a feminine given name* Maja , a mountain peak in Kosovo

Maja (genus)
Maja is a genus of majid crabs, comprising the following extant species:*Maja africana Griffin & Tranter, 1996*Maja bisarmata Rathbun, 1916*Maja capensis Ortmann, 1894*Maja compressipes

Majar or Macar was a medieval city of Golden Horde in 13th-14th centuries. Once it played a major role in the trade between Idel-Ural, Caucasus and the Black Sea region. In 1310–1311 the city coined own money

Shipyards and dockyards are places which repair and build ships. These can be yachts, military vessels, cruise liners or other cargo or passenger ships. Dockyards are sometimes more associated with maintenance and basing activities than shipyards, which are sometimes associated more with initial construction

Shirin Guild
Shirin Guild is a contemporary British Iranian fashion designer. Her label was established in London, in 1991. Shirin Guild was born in 1946 and grew up in Iran

Shirley Ardell Mason
Shirley Ardell Mason was an American psychiatric patient and commercial artist who was reputed to have multiple personality disorder. Her life was fictionalized in 1973 in the book Sybil, and two films of the same name were made in 1976 and 2007

Shirley Bassey
Dame Shirley Bassey, DBE , is a Welsh singer. She found fame in the late 1950s and was "one of the most popular female vocalists in Britain during the last half of the 20th century"

Shirley Corriher
Shirley O. Corriher is a biochemist and author of CookWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Cooking, winner of a James Beard Foundation award, and BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking. CookWise shows how scientific insights can be applied to traditional cooking, while BakeWise applies the same idea to baking

Shirley Fry
Shirley June Fry Irvin was a World No. 1 American female tennis player who was born in Akron, Ohio, United States.Irvin is one of sixteen persons to have won each Grand Slam singles tournament at least once during the person's career

Shirley Geok-lin Lim
Shirley Geok-lin Lim was born in Malacca Malaysia. She is an American writer of poetry, fiction, and criticism. Her first collection of poems, Crossing The Peninsula, published in 1980, won her the Commonwealth Poetry Prize, a first both for an Asian and for a woman

Shirley Jackson
Shirley Jackson was an American author. A popular writer in her time, her work has received increasing attention from literary critics in recent years

Shirley Jackson (physicist)
Shirley Ann Jackson is an American physicist, and the 18th president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She received her Ph.D. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1973, becoming the first African American woman to earn a doctorate from MIT.-Early life and schooling:Jackson was born in Washington D.C

Shirley Temple
Shirley Temple Black , born Shirley Jane Temple, is an American film and television actress, singer, dancer, autobiographer, and former U.S. Ambassador to Ghana and Czechoslovakia

Shiro Amano
is a Japanese manga artist who has worked on several projects, including his adaptation on the popular Kingdom Hearts series.-Manga:* Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories* Kingdom Hearts II* Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days* Legend of Mana

Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay
Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay is a Bengali author who writes Bengali books. He has written stories for both adults and children.-Life:Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay was born in Bikrampur , now in Bangladesh. He spent his childhood in Bihar and many places in Bengal and Assam accompanying his father, who worked in the railways

Shiva is a major Hindu deity, and is the destroyer god or transformer among the Trimurti, the Hindu Trinity of the primary aspects of the divine. God Shiva is a yogi who has notice of everything that happens in the world and is the main aspect of life. Yet one with great power lives a life of a sage at Mount Kailash

Shivaji Park Residential Zone
The Shivaji Park Residential Zone refers to the cluster of residential buildings that flank the boundaries of Shivaji Park, the largest park in Mumbai, located in Dadar - Prabhadevi in South-Central Mumbai within the Island City limits.

Shivering is a bodily function in response to early hypothermia in warm-blooded animals. When the core body temperature drops, the shivering reflex is triggered to maintain homeostasis. Muscle groups around the vital organs begin to shake in small movements in an attempt to create warmth by expending energy

Shivraj Singh Chauhan
Shivraj Singh Chouhan is the current chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. He replaced Babulal Gaur as the chief minister on 29 November 2005. He served as General Secretary of the BJP and State President, Madhya Pradesh BJP. He joined the RSS in 1972

Shizuoka Prefecture
is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region on Honshu island. The capital is the city of Shizuoka.- History :Shizuoka prefecture was formed from the former Tōtōmi, Suruga and Izu provinces.The area was the home of the first Tokugawa Shogun

Shizuoka University
Shizuoka University isa national university in Shizuoka, Japan.The university consists of six faculties; Humanities and Social Sciences, Education, Informatics, Science, Engineering and Agriculture

Shlomo Moussaieff (businessman)
Shlomo Moussaieff is an Israeli millionaire of Bukharian Jewish descent who has lived in London since the early 1960s. He is the son of Rehavia Moussaieff, and grandson of Shlomo Moussaieff of Bukhara. He made most of his fortune by selling precious jewelry to international royalty and high society, especially Saudis and Persian Gulf Arab States. He speaks Arabic fluently

Shneur Zalman of Liadi
Shneur Zalman of Liadi , also known as the Baal HaTanya, , was an Orthodox Rabbi, and the founder and first Rebbe of Chabad, a branch of Hasidic Judaism, then based in Liadi, Imperial Russia

Sho Yano
is an American child prodigy with an estimated IQ of 200 . Yano's father, Katsura, is originally from Japan and his mother, Kyung, is originally from South Korea.

Shobara, Hiroshima
is a city located in northeastern corner of Hiroshima, Japan. The city was founded on March 31, 1954.On March 31, 2005 the towns of Hiwa, Kuchiwa, Saijō, Takano, and Tōjō, all from Hiba District , and the town of Sōryō, from Kōnu District , were merged into the expanded city of Shōbara.The entire Shobara area is losing around 2% of its

Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory
Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory, the primary lab of the Shockley Transistor Company, was the first company to work on silicon semiconductor devices in what came to be known as Silicon Valley. It was purchased by Clevite in 1960, and officially closed shortly after being sold to ITT in 1968

A shoe is an item of footwear intended to protect and comfort the human foot while doing various activities. Shoes are also used as an item of decoration. The design of shoes has varied enormously through time and from culture to culture, with appearance originally being tied to function

Shoe (comic strip)
Shoe is an American comic strip about a motley crew of newspapermen, all of whom are birds. It was written and drawn by its creator, cartoonist Jeff MacNelly, from 1977 until his death in 2000

Shoe polish
Shoe polish , usually a waxy paste or a cream, is a consumer product used to polish, shine, waterproof, and restore the appearance of leather shoes or boots, thereby extending the footwear's life

Shoe size
A shoe size is an alphanumerical indication of the fitting size of a shoe for a person. Often it just consists of a number indicating the length because many shoemakers only provide a standard width for economic reasons.

Shoelaces, which are also called shoe-strings, shoe laces, or boot laces, are a system commonly used to secure shoes, boots and other footwear. They typically consist of a pair of strings or cords, one for each shoe, finished off at both ends with stiff sections, known as aglets

Shoemaking is the process of making footwear. Originally, shoes were made one at a time by hand. Traditional handicraft shoemaking has now been largely superseded in volume of shoes produced by industrial mass production of footwear, but not necessarily in quality, attention to detail, or craftsmanship.Shoemakers or cordwainers Shoemaking is the process of making footwear. Originally, shoes were made one at a time by hand. Traditional handicraft shoemaking has now been largely superseded in volume of shoes produced by industrial mass production of footwear, but not necessarily in quality, attention to detail, or craftsmanship.Shoemakers or cordwainers Shoemaking is the process of making footwear. Originally, shoes were made one at a time by hand. Traditional handicraft shoemaking has now been largely superseded in volume of shoes produced by industrial mass production of footwear, but not necessarily in quality, attention to detail, or craftsmanship.Shoemakers or cordwainers (cobblers being, historically, those who repair

Shoestring was a BBC television show set in Bristol. It featured a private detective with his own show on Radio West, the local radio station.The programme ran between 30 September 1979 and 21 December 1980, in two series with 21 one hour-long episodes

Shoghi Effendi
Shoghí Effendí Rabbání , better known as Shoghi Effendi, was the Guardian and appointed head of the Bahá'í Faith from 1921 until his death in 1957

A was one of the hereditary military dictators of Japan from 1192 to 1867. In this period, the shoguns, or their shikken regents , were the de facto rulers of Japan though they were nominally appointed by the emperor

Shogun (novel)
Shōgun is a 1975 novel by James Clavell. It is the first novel of the author's Asian Saga. A major bestseller, by 1990 the book had sold 15 million copies worldwide

Shoichi Yokoi
was a Japanese sergeant in the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War. He was among the last three Japanese hold-outs to surrender after the end of hostilities in 1945.-Early life:Yokoi was born in Saori, Aichi Prefecture

Sholom Aleichem
Sholem Aleichem was the pen name of Solomon Naumovich Rabinovich, a leading Yiddish author and playwright

Shona language
Shona is a Bantu language, native to the Shona people of Zimbabwe and southern Zambia; the term is also used to identify peoples who speak one of the Shona language dialects: Zezuru, Karanga, Manyika, Ndau and Korekore

Shona people
Shona is the name collectively given to two groups of people in the east and southwest of Zimbabwe, north eastern Botswana and southern Mozambique.-Shona Regional Classification:

Shooter Jennings
Waylon Albright "Shooter" Jennings is an American singer-songwriter active in the country music and Southern rock genres as well as making his first foray into psychedelic rock in 2009

Shooting at the 1972 Summer Olympics
This is a list of results of the Shooting competition at the 1972 Summer Olympics.

Shooting range
A shooting range or firing range is a specialized facility designed for firearms practice. Each facility is typically overseen by one or more supervisory personnel, called variously a range master or "RSO – Range Safety Officer" in the United States or a range conducting officer or "RCO" in the UK

Shootout (disambiguation)
Shootout is a gun battle between armed groups.Shootout, shoot-out, or shoot out may also refer to:- Sport :* Penalty shootout, a name for a variety of methods of determining a winner in sport matches

Shop may refer to:*A retail shop or store*An online shop*A workshop*A machine shop* Adobe Photoshop* Corel Paint Shop Pro* To shop - to go to a shop or store to buy goods*"Shop class", an industrial arts educational program

Shoplifting is theft of goods from a retail establishment. It is one of the most common property crimes dealt with by police and courts.

Shoppers Drug Mart
Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation is Canada's largest pharmacy chain with more than 1,241 stores operating under the names Shoppers Drug Mart in nine provinces and two territories and Pharmaprix in Quebec as well as in Hawkesbury, Ontario.

Shopping is the examining of goods or services from retailers with the intent to purchase at that time. Shopping is an activity of selection and/or purchase. In some contexts it is considered a leisure activity as well as an economic one.

Shopping cart
A shopping cart is a cart supplied by a shop, especially supermarkets, for use by customers inside the shop for transport of merchandise to the check-out counter during shopping

Shopping mall
A shopping mall, shopping centre, shopping arcade, shopping precinct or simply mall is one or more buildings forming a complex of shops representing merchandisers, with interconnecting walkways enabling visitors to easily walk from unit to unit, along with a parking area — a modern, indoor version of the traditional marketplace.Modern "car-friendly" strip malls

Shore Road Pumping Station
The Shore Road Pumping Station is a pumping station situated in Birkenhead, on the Wirral Peninsula, England. It contains the pumps which remove water from the railway tunnel under the River Mersey. When it was built in the 1870s the pumps were driven by steam beam engines

Shoreditch is an area of London within the London Borough of Hackney in England. It is a built-up part of the inner city immediately to the north of the City of London, located east-northeast of Charing Cross.-Etymology:

Shoreditch (parish)
Shoreditch was an ancient parish in the county of Middlesex. It was both a civil parish, used for administrative purposes, and an ecclesiastical parish of the Church of England

Shoreline Amphitheatre
Shoreline Amphitheatre is an outdoor amphitheater, in Mountain View, California, USA, in the San Francisco Bay Area. Inside the venue it has a capacity of 22,500, with 6,500 reserved seats and 16,000 general admission on the lawn

Short barreled rifle
Short-barreled rifle is a legal designation in the United States, referring to a shoulder-fired, rifled firearm with a barrel length of less than 16 inches or overall length of less than 26 inches . In the United States, an SBR is an item regulated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives as an NFA firearm

Short circuit
A short circuit in an electrical circuit that allows a current to travel along an unintended path, often where essentially no electrical impedance is encountered.

Short Hills Provincial Park
Short Hills Provincial Park is a provincial park located in the centre of the Niagara Peninsula, bordering the city of St. Catharines and the town of Pelham in the Niagara Region in southern Ontario, Canada. It occupies an area of 6.6 km²

Short selling
In finance, short selling is the practice of selling assets, usually securities, that have been borrowed from a third party with the intention of buying identical assets back at a later date to return to that third party

Short Strand
The Short Strand is a mainly-nationalist area in east Belfast, surrounded by a mainly-unionist area. It is within the townland of Ballymacarret and sits on the east bank of the River Lagan in County Down.-Security issues:

Short Sunderland
The Short S.25 Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the Royal Air Force by Short Brothers. It took its service name from the town and port of Sunderland in northeast England.

Short track motor racing
In North American auto racing, particularly with regard to NASCAR, a short track is a racetrack of less than one mile in length. Short track racing, often associated with fairgrounds and similar venues, is where stock car racing first got off the back roads and into organized and regulated competition

Short Tucano
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Short-eared Owl
The Short-eared Owl is a species of typical owl . In Scotland this species of owl is often referred to as a cataface, grass owl or short-horned hootlet. Owls belonging to genus Asio are known as the eared owls, as they have tufts of feathers resembling mammalian ears. These "ear" tufts may or may not be visible

Shortest path problem
In graph theory, the shortest path problem is the problem of finding a path between two vertices in a graph such that the sum of the weights of its constituent edges is minimized

Shorthand is an abbreviated symbolic writing method that increases speed or brevity of writing as compared to a normal method of writing a language. The process of writing in shorthand is called stenography, from the Greek stenos and graphē or graphie

Shortland Street
Shortland Street is a New Zealand prime-time soap opera, first broadcast on Television New Zealand's TV2 on 25 May 1992. It is the country's longest-running drama and soap opera, being broadcast continuously for over 4500 episodes and 19 years, and is one of the most watched television programs in New Zealand

Shorts 360
The Short 360 is a commuter aircraft built by Short Brothers. The Short 360 seats up to 36-39 passengers and was introduced into service in 1981. It is a larger version of the Short 330.-Development:

Shortstop, abbreviated SS, is the baseball fielding position between second and third base. Shortstop is often regarded as the most dynamic defensive position in baseball, because there are more right-handed hitters in baseball than left-handed hitters, and most hitters have a tendency to pull the ball slightly, so more balls go to the shortstop than any other position

Shortwave listening
Shortwave listening is the hobby of listening to shortwave radio broadcasts located on frequencies between 1700 kHz and 30 MHz. Listeners range from casual users seeking international news and entertainment programming to hobbyists immersed in the technical aspects of radio reception and DXing

Shoryuji Castle
is a castle in Nagaokakyō, Kyoto, Japan.-History:This castle was constructed in 1339 by Hosokawa Yoriharu, a major samurai commander under Ashikaga Takauji, the founder of the Ashikaga shogunate.

The Shoshone or Shoshoni are a Native American tribe in the United States with three large divisions: the Northern, the Western and the Eastern.

Shoshone Falls
Shoshone Falls is a waterfall on the Snake River located approximately five miles east of Twin Falls, Idaho. Sometimes called the "Niagara of the West," Shoshone Falls is 212 feet high—45 feet higher than Niagara Falls—and flows over a rim 1,000 feet wide.A park overlooking the waterfall is owned and operated by the City of Twin Falls