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Majene
Majene is the capital city of Majene County , located in the province of West Sulawesi , Indonesia.- People :

Majestic
Majestic is one of the first alternate reality games , a type of game that blurs the line between in-game and out-of-game experiences. It debuted on July 31, 2001

Majestic (riverboat)
The Majestic is a historic riverboat in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was declared a National Historic Landmark on December 20, 1989.The last of the original travelling showboats, she was built in 1920 and plied the Ohio River for many years offering shows at towns along the way

Majesty
Majesty is an English word derived ultimately from the Latin maiestas, meaning "greatness".- Origin :Originally, during the Roman republic, the word maiestas was the legal term for the supreme status and dignity of the state, to be respected above everything else

Majesty (Ron Kenoly album)
Majesty is the seventh Christian worship music album recorded by Ron Kenoly. For this album, Kenoly recorded the album live from Liberty University's Vines Center in Lynchburg. This was one of two albums to be recorded there , and was released in 1998 by Integrity/Hosanna! Music

Majolica
Majolica, an English version of the Italian word maiolica, is a term covering a wide variety of European tin-glazed pottery, typically brightly painted over an opaque white background glaze, with an earthenware body.

Major
Major is a rank of commissioned officer, with corresponding ranks existing in almost every military in the world.When used unhyphenated, in conjunction with no other indicator of rank, the term refers to the rank just senior to that of an Army captain and just below the rank of lieutenant colonel. It is considered the most junior of the field ranks

Major General (Australia)
Major General is a senior rank of the Australian Army, and was created as a direct equivalent of the British military rank of Major General. It is the third-highest active rank of the Australian Army, and is considered to be equivalent to a two-star rank

Major League
See Major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada.Major League may also refer to:-Sport:* Major League Baseball, the highest level of play in professional baseball in North America* Major League Cricket

Major League Baseball (video game)
Major League Baseball is a sports video game released in 1988 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is notable for being one of the first video games licensed by Major League Baseball, although it was not endorsed by the Major League Baseball Players Association

Major-General (United Kingdom)
Major general is a senior rank in the British Army. Since 1996 the highest position within the Royal Marines is the Commandant General Royal Marines who holds the rank of major general

Majorette
Majorette is a French toy manufacturer which mostly produces small die-cast cars, particularly in 1:64 scale. Traditionally, Majorette was centered in the area of Lyon.-History:

Majorite
Majorite is a type of mineral found in the upper mantle of the Earth. Its chemical formula is Mg323. Majorite was first described from the Coorara Meteorite of Western Australia and has been reported from various other meteorites

Majority
A majority is a subset of a group consisting of more than half of its members. This can be compared to a plurality, which is a subset larger than any other subset; i.e. a plurality is not necessarily a majority as the largest subset may consist of less than half the group's population

Majs
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Mak
Mak is a Chinese surname. It is commonly transliterated as Mak in Hong Kong, based on the Cantonese pronunciation of the Chinese character; and is commonly transliterated as Mai in China, based on the Mandarin pronunciation. Other transliterations of the surname include Mack, Mark, Mac, and Mach

MAK
MAK may refer to:* MAT Macedonian Airlines* Maschinenbau Kiel, German industrial company now part of Vossloh; made railway locomotives* Maktab al-Khidamat, the forerunner to al-Qaeda* Movement for the Autonomy of Kabylia, a political organization in Algeria

Mak
Mak may refer to:People*A Dutch surname for a family of sail makers, or a family of contractors *Alice Mak, Chinese cartoonist and creator of McMug/McDull*Geert Mak, Dutch journalist, historian, and author

MAK (gene)
Serine/threonine-protein kinase MAK is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the MAK gene.-Further reading:

Maka (satrapy)
Maka was a satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire and later a satrapy of the Parthian and Sassanian empires , corresponding to modern day Bahrain, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates, plus the northern half of Oman and also Balochistan and Sindh province of Pakistan

Make
In software development, Make is a utility that automatically builds executable programs and libraries from source code by reading files called makefiles which specify how to derive the target program. Make can decide where to start through topological sorting

Make a mountain out of a molehill
Making a mountain out of a molehill is an idiom referring to over-reactive, histrionic behaviour where a person makes too much of a minor issue.-Metaphor:

Make Believe
Make Believe is the fifth studio album by Weezer, released on May 10, 2005, the eleventh anniversary of the release of their debut album. Bolstered by the Top 10 hit single "Beverly Hills", it gave Weezer their biggest chart album peak yet, hitting #11 in the UK, #1 in Canada, and #2 in the U.S., where it went gold quickly, and eventually platinum

Make Believe (disambiguation)
- Albums :* Make Believe , 2004* Make Believe , 1994* Make Believe , 1996* Make Believe , 2006* Make Believe , 2005

Make Believe (Download)
"Make Believe" is the second single from singer Sibel. The song was released as a downloadable-only single in May 2008 and reached #56 on downloads alone after only one week. The song has been is connected to the Ronald McDonald foundation in Sweden where Sibel is an ambassador, the video for the song shows clips of disadvantaged children in graphic boxes around Sibel.

Make Believe (Jessica Molaskey album)
Make Believe is the third album by torch song singer Jessica Molaskey, accompanied by an all-star musical group that includes Bucky Pizzarelli and John Pizzarelli

Make Believe (Mr. Rocket Baby album)
-Track listing:#"The Avon Lament" [0:13]#"67 Hours" [5:02]#"The Senator's Wife" [3:08]#"Shiny Car" [3:10]#"Across The Sky" [4:49]#"Last Week" [4:51]#"Beautiful" [3:28]#"Off The Wall" [3:24]#"Dancing Nina" [5:07]#"Why" [4:24]#"Hey Roxy" [4:28]

Make Believe (Platinum Weird album)
Make Believe is the first album by Platinum Weird. To tie in with the band's back-story, it was marketed as a "lost" album from 1974, with vocals credited to fictional lead singer Erin Grace. In reality, the album was written and recorded in 2005 and 2006, with vocals by Kara DioGuardi

Make Believe (Sibel song)
"Make Believe" is the second single from singer Sibel. The song was released as a downloadable-only single in May 2008 and reached #56 on downloads alone after only one week. The song has been is connected to the Ronald McDonald foundation in Sweden where Sibel is an ambassador, the video for the song shows clips of disadvantaged children in graphic boxes around Sibel.

Make Believe (Single)
Make Believe is the first single released by the Brazilian Power metal band, Angra. It has references about Brazilian folk culture and myths.The song appears in the live album Rebirth World Tour, in the album Holy Land and is still played live in the band concerts.A music video was made for it.-Band members:*Andre Matos - Vocal*Rafael Bittencourt - Guitar*Kiko Loureiro -

Make Believe (song)
"Make Believe" is a song by the band Toto from their 1982 album Toto IV. It wasn't a major hit, reaching #30 on the Billboard Charts.The song was featured on the soundtrack for Grand Theft Auto:Vice City Stories.

Make My Day
"Make My Day" was the Macedonian entry in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest, performed in English by Martin Vučić.The song is an up-tempo number, with Vučić telling his lover that he is tired of being mistreated by her and that he is prepared to end the relationship over this

Make My Day (Yui Aragaki song)
"Make My Day" is a pop song by Japanese recording artist Yui Aragaki. It was released as her first single on July 16, 2008.-Background and composition:"Make My Day" is a pop-rock song written and produced by Japanese singer-songwriter Keito Blow

Make Way
Make Way is the ninth album by the American folk music group The Kingston Trio, released in 1961 . It reached number two on the Billboard charts, despite there being no US singles released from the album

Make-up (band)
Make-Up was a Japanese band responsible for the theme songs from the anime Saint Seiya "Pegasus Fantasy" and "Blue Forever" .

Make-up (disambiguation)
Make-up or makeup may be:* Cosmetics for use in face-to-face interactions* Theatrical makeup, for performers * Prosthetic makeup* The Make-Up, a Washington DC area band* Make-Up , a Japanese band

Makeover
A makeover is a term applied to changing one's appearance, sometimes through cosmetics. Makeovers can range from something as simple as a new haircut, to the use of cosmetic surgery, to the extreme of the implantation of dental veneers, eye-color-changing contact lenses, and the use of appearance-altering gastric bypass surgeries, providing massive, permanent fat loss in obese persons,

Maker
Maker is a village between Cawsand and Rame Head, situated on the Rame Peninsula, in Cornwall, United Kingdom.The name means a ruin in Cornish, but another Celtic name is Egloshayle, which means, the church on the estuary, a very apt description of the church's location.The village and its neighbour Rame are in the

Makers
Makers is the 2006 release from Seattle singer-songwriter Rocky Votolato. It marks his debut on Barsuk Records after previously releasing albums on Second Nature Records. The album is characterized by sparse arrangements, focusing mainly on Votolato's voice and guitar work

Makhani
Makhani is a Hindustani word meaning "with butter". It is used in the names of several dishes from Punjabi cuisine:*Dal makhani, made from beans and pulses*Paneer makhani, made from the white cheese paneer, also known as "paneer butter masala"

Maki (disambiguation)
Maki may refer to:*Maki, Niigata *Maki, Niigata *Mąki, Poland*Mäki, a surname of Finnish origin *Maki , a Japanese given name and surname

Maki (historical political party)
Maki was a communist political party in Israel. It is not the same party as the modern day Maki, which split from it during the 1960s and later assumed its name.-History:

Making Love (album)
Making Love is an album by Atom and His Package, composed of B-sides, EP exclusives, and rarities originating from various artist compilations.-Track listing:# " Using the Metric System" - 2:50

Making Out (book series)
Making Out is a series of young adult novels by author K. A. Applegate The series was formerly known as "Boyfriends/Girlfriends." The books were based on the lives of teenagers living on an island called Chatham Island off the coast of Maine. The main characters were Zoey Passmore and her brother Benjamin, Claire Geiger and her sister Nina, Jake McRoyan, Lucas Cabral and Aisha Gray

Making Waves (album)
Making Waves is the first album by the Finnish rock band Hay and Stone. It was released on September 20, 2006 by SM Records Finland.The album is available as compact disc and digital download.-Track listing:#"Prayer Song" – 02:54

Makoto (artist)
, professionally known as , is a Japanese drum and bass musician, DJ and actor. Among other distinctives of Makoto's musical style, a heavy influence of 1970s-era soul, funk and jazz fusion can be heard throughout the vast majority of his repertoire.-Career:Inspired by LTJ Bukem's Logical Progression album and Goldie's Timeless, he began to experiment

MAKS
MAKS may refer to:*MAKS Airshow, held near Moscow, Russia*MAKS space plane, a canceled Russian air-launched orbiter project*Maksim, a Slavic given name

Maks
Maks is a settlement in the administrative district of Gmina Chmielno, within Kartuzy County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, in northern Poland. It lies approximately south-west of Chmielno, south-west of Kartuzy, and west of the regional capital Gdańsk.

Maktab
Maktab , also called kuttab , is an Arabic word meaning elementary schools

Makua
Makua was an alaafin of the Oyo Empire. He ruled only for a short period in 1797.

Makwa (disambiguation)
Makwa May refer to:Places;*Makwa is a town in Sokoto State, Nigeria.*Makwa, Saskatchewan, is a village in the Canadian province, Saskatchewan.*Makwa River*Makwa Lake, a lake located in northern Saskatchewan.

MAL (gene)
Myelin and lymphocyte protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MAL gene.-Further reading:

Mala (Amazon)
Mala is the name of two fictional characters who first appeared in the DC Comics' universe as two members of Wonder Woman's fellow Amazons.-Golden/Silver age:

Mala (Kryptonian)
Mala is a fictional supervillain in the DC Comics universe. He first appeared in Superman #65 in the story "The Three Supermen from Space!"-Fictional character biography:

Malacca (disambiguation)
Malacca can refer to the following geographical entities in Southeast Asia:* Malacca, a state in Malaysia.* Malacca Town, a historic city and the capital of the state of Malacca which recognised as UNESCO World Heritage

Malachi
Malachi, Malachias or Mal'achi was a Jewish prophet in the Hebrew Bible. He had two brothers, Nathaniel and Josiah. Malachi was the writer of the Book of Malachi, the last book of the Neviim section in the Jewish Tanakh

Malachite (disambiguation)
Malachite is a carbonate mineral.Malachite may also refer to:-Science:*Malachite Butterfly, the brush-footed butterfly Siproeta stelenes

Malachite (Jinn)
is Jinn's second single release. It was released on November 22, 2006, and reached number 84 on the Oricon charts in Japan.-Track listing:###

Malacology
Malacology is the branch of invertebrate zoology which deals with the study of the Mollusca , the second-largest phylum of animals in terms of described species after the arthropods. Mollusks include snails and slugs, clams, octopus and squid, and numerous other kinds, many of which have shells

Maladroit
Maladroit is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band Weezer, released on May 14, 2002 on Geffen Records. The album is the band's first to feature bassist Scott Shriner, following the departure of former bassist Mikey Welsh in 2001

Malagasy
Malagasy is the name of the people who live in Madagascar. Malagasy is also the name of the national and official language spoken in Madagascar.It may refer to*anything pertaining to or characteristic of the island of Madagascar*the Malagasy Republic

Malaise
Malaise is a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness, of being "out of sorts", often the first indication of an infection or other disease. Malaise is often defined in medicinal research as a "general feeling of being unwell"

Malanga
- Plants :* Xanthosoma, also known as Malanga, a tropical and sub-tropical edible or ornamental plant* Eddoe, also known as Malanga, a tropical vegetable- People :* Gerard Malanga , poet and photographer* Steven Malanga, author

Malapropism
A malapropism is an act of misusing or the habitual misuse of similar sounding words, especially with humorous results. An example is Yogi Berra's statement: "Texas has a lot of electrical votes," rather than "electoral votes".-Etymology:

Shot glass
A shot glass is a small glass designed to hold or measure spirits or liquor, which is either drunk straight from the glass or poured into a mixed drink.

Shot peening
Shot peening is a cold working process used to produce a compressive residual stress layer and modify mechanical properties of metals. It entails impacting a surface with shot with force sufficient to create plastic deformation

Shot put
The shot put is a track and field event involving "putting" a heavy metal ball—the shot—as far as possible. It is common to use the term "shot put" to refer to both the shot itself and to the putting action.

Shot tower
thumb|The Shot Tower, Bristol, EnglandA shot tower is a tower designed for the production of shot balls by freefall of molten lead, which is then caught in a water basin. The shot is used for projectiles in firearms.-Process:

Shotgun
A shotgun is a firearm that is usually designed to be fired from the shoulder, which uses the energy of a fixed shell to fire a number of small spherical pellets called shot, or a solid projectile called a slug

Shotgun house
The shotgun house is a narrow rectangular domestic residence, usually no more than 12 feet wide, with doors at each end. It was the most popular style of house in the Southern United States from the end of the American Civil War , through the 1920s. Alternate names include shotgun shack, shotgun hut, and shotgun cottage

Shotgun shell
A shotgun shell is a self-contained cartridge loaded with lead shot or shotgun slug designed to be fired from a shotgun.

Shoulder patch
A shoulder sleeve insignia, is an embroidered patch used by major formations of the United States Army. Each formation has a unique formation patch, and the US Army is unique among the US armed services in that all soldiers are required to wear the patch of their headquarters as part of their military uniforms.Shoulder sleeve insignia receive their name from

Shoulder-launched missile weapon
A shoulder-fired missile, shoulder-launched missile or man-portable missile is a projectile fired at a target, small enough to be carried by a single person, and fired while held on one's shoulder

Shovel
A shovel is a tool for digging, lifting, and moving bulk materials, such as soil, coal, gravel, snow, sand, or ore. Shovels are extremely common tools that are used extensively in agriculture, construction, and gardening.

Show Dog-Universal Music
Show Dog-Universal Music is an American independent record label specializing in country music artists. It was formed from the merger of Show Dog Nashville and Universal South Records in 2009

Show hunter
The show hunter is a type of show horse that is judged on its movement, manners, and way of going, particularly while jumping fences. The horses are shown in hunt seat style tack, and are often of Warmblood or Thoroughbred type, though a hunter-style pony is also seen in youth classes

Show Luo
Show Luo also known as Xiao Zhu was born on 30 July 1979. He is a Taiwanese entertainer: Mandopop singer, dancer, host and actor. He has been dubbed "Dancing King of Asia" for his dancing skills.-Biography:

Showa Denko
is a leading Japanese chemical engineering firm.Formed in 1939 by the merger of Nihon Electrical Industries and Showa Fertilizers, Showa Denko K.K. manufactures chemical products and industrial materials. SDK's products serve a wide array of fields ranging from heavy industry to the electronic and computer industries

Showaddywaddy
Showaddywaddy are a 1970s pop group from Leicester, England. They specialised in revivals of hit songs from the 1950s and early 1960s, and dressed as Teddy Boys.-History:

Shrestha
Shrēṣṭha ), is a common Newar surname . Shresthas traditionally have been predominantly traders. Since the unification of the country in the 19th century, with the opening up of the rest of the country for trading, Shresthas have migrated and settled down in various trade hubs all over Nepal, and the world.- Language, culture and religion :Shresthas are a part of the Newar

Shri GuruCharitra
Shri GuruCharitra श्री गुरूचरित्र was written by Shri Saraswati Gangadhar, the 15th-16th Century poet. His full name is Saraswati Gangadhar Saakhare and possibly stayed most of his life at Kadaganchi village, located now in Karnataka.Another Gurucharitra was written by Shri Govind Dabholkar on the life of Shri Saibaba in the 20th Century

Shrimp
Shrimp are swimming, decapod crustaceans classified in the infraorder Caridea, found widely around the world in both fresh and salt water. Adult shrimp are filter feeding benthic animals living close to the bottom. They can live in schools and can swim rapidly backwards. Shrimp are an important food source for larger animals from fish to whales

Shrine
A shrine is a holy or sacred place, which is dedicated to a specific deity, ancestor, hero, martyr, saint, daemon or similar figure of awe and respect, at which they are venerated or worshipped. Shrines often contain idols, relics, or other such objects associated with the figure being venerated. A shrine at which votive offerings are made is called an altar

Shrine of Remembrance
The Shrine of Remembrance, located in Kings Domain on St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Australia was built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war

Shriners Hospitals for Children
Shriners Hospitals for Children is a network of 22 non-profit hospitals across North America. Children with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate are eligible for care and receive all services in a family-centered environment, regardless of the patients’ ability to pay.Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, the hospitals, known as "The World's Greatest

Shripad Shri Vallabha
Sripada ShriVallabha श्रीपाद श्रीवल्लभ is considered as the first Avatar of the deity Shri Dattatreya in kaliyuga. As per some of the experts he is supposed to have lived from 1320 AD to 1350 AD. He was born in Pithapuram

Shriram Sharma Acharya
Shriram Sharma was an Indian seer, sage, a prominent philosopher, a visionary of the New Golden Era, and the Founder of the All World Gayatri Pariwar, which has its headquarters at Shantikunj, Haridwar.

Shriya Saran
Shriya Saran , also known by the mononym Shriya, is an Indian film actress and model. She has worked in several of the regional industries of Indian cinema, having acted in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi language films, as well as a few films in English, Malayalam and Kannada

Shropshire Revolution
The Shropshire Revolution are a British American football team based in Telford, Shropshire, in the Midlands, England.The Team are currently members of the British American Football Association Community League.

Shroud of Turin
The Shroud of Turin or Turin Shroud is a linen cloth bearing the image of a man who appears to have suffered physical trauma in a manner consistent with crucifixion. It is kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, northern Italy. The image on the shroud is commonly associated with Jesus Christ, his crucifixion and burial

Shrubbery
A shrubbery is a wide border to a garden where shrubs are thickly planted; or a similar larger area with a path winding through it. A shrubbery was a feature of 19th-century gardens in the English manner, with its origins in the gardenesque style of the early part of the century

Shtreimel
A shtreimel is a fur hat worn by many married haredi Jewish men, particularly members of Hasidic groups, on Shabbat and Jewish holidays and other festive occasions. In Jerusalem, the shtreimel is also worn by 'Yerushalmi' Jews

Shuai jiao
Shuai jiao is the general Mandarin Chinese term for wrestling. As a generic name, it may be used to cover various styles of wrestling practised in China in the form of a martial arts system or a sport. The narrower term pertains to wrestling styles of the North China Plain

Shudehill Interchange
Shudehill Interchange, known locally as just Shudehill, is a transport interchange located between Manchester Victoria station and the Northern Quarter in Manchester.It comprises a Manchester Metrolink station and a bus station.-Bus station:

Shukra
Shukra , the Sanskrit for "clear, pure" or "brightness, clearness", is the name of the son of Bhrigu, and preceptor of the Daityas, and the guru of the Asuras, identified with the planet Venus, one of the Navagrahas

Shumard Oak
Quercus shumardii, the Shumard Oak, Spotted Oak, Schneck Oak, Shumard Red Oak, or Swamp Red Oak, is one of the largest of the oak species in the red oak group

Shumen
Shumen is the tenth-largest city in Bulgaria and capital of Shumen Province. In the period 1950–1965 it was called Kolarovgrad, after the name of the communist leader Vasil Kolarov

Shumerlya
Shumerlya is a town in the Chuvash Republic, Russia, located on the right bank of the Sura River on the Nizhny Novgorod–Ulyanovsk highway. Population: 35,000 .

Shuswap language
The Shuswap language, known to its speakers as Secwepemctsín , is the traditional language of the Shuswap people of British Columbia. An endangered language, Shuswap is spoken mainly in the Central and Southern interior of British Columbia between the Fraser River and the Rocky Mountains

Shutdown
Shutdown may refer to:* Government shutdown* Shutdown * Shutdown * Shutdown * Shutdown of thermohaline circulation* Shut down valve-Entertainment:*Shut Down Volume 2, a 1964 album by the Beach Boys

Shute Barrington
Shute Barrington was an English churchman, Bishop of Llandaff in Wales, as well as Bishop of Salisbury and Bishop of Durham in England.-Life:

Shute, Devon
Shute is a village located west of Axminster in East Devon, off the A35 road.It is surrounded by farmland and woodland beneath 163-metre Shute Hill. St Michael's Church dates from the 13th Century and includes a large memorial to Sir Wiliam Pole

Shuttleworth Collection
The Shuttleworth Collection is an aeronautical and automotive museum located at the Old Warden airfield in Bedfordshire, England. It is one of the most prestigious in the world due to the variety of old and well-preserved aircraft.- History :

Sialic acid
Sialic acid is a generic term for the N- or O-substituted derivatives of neuraminic acid, a monosaccharide with a nine-carbon backbone. It is also the name for the most common member of this group, N-acetylneuraminic acid

Sialkot
Sialkot is a city in Pakistan situated in the north-east of the Punjab province at the foothills of snow-covered peaks of Kashmir near the Chenab river. It is the capital of Sialkot District. The city is about north-west of Lahore and only a few kilometers from Indian-controlled Jammu.The recorded history of Sialkot covers thousands of years

Siamang
The siamang is a tailless, arboreal, black-furred gibbon native to the forests of Malaysia, Thailand, and Sumatra. The largest of the lesser apes, the siamang can be twice the size of other gibbons, reaching 1 m in height, and weighing up to 14 kg

Siamese fighting fish
The Siamese fighting fish , also known as the betta , is a popular species of freshwater aquarium fish. The name of the genus is derived from ikan bettah, taken from a local dialect of Malay

Siamese revolution (1688)
The Siamese revolution of 1688 was a major popular upheaval in the Siamese Ayutthaya Kingdom which led to the overthrow of the pro-foreign Siamese king Narai

Siata
Siata , was an Italian tuning shop turned automaker founded in 1926 by amateur racecar driver Giorgio Ambrosini.

Sibelius Academy
The Sibelius Academy is a university-level music school which operates in Helsinki and Kuopio, Finland. It also has an adult education centre in Järvenpää and a training centre in Seinäjoki. The Academy is the only music university in Finland. It is among the biggest European music universities with roughly 1,700 enrolled students

Siberia
Siberia is an extensive region constituting almost all of Northern Asia. Comprising the central and eastern portion of the Russian Federation, it was part of the Soviet Union from its beginning, as its predecessor states, the Tsardom of Russia and the Russian Empire, conquered it during the 16th to 19th centuries.Encompassing much of the Eurasian Steppe, the territory of

Siberian (cat)
The Siberian is a domestic cat breed that has been present in Russia for centuries. The full name of the cat is the 'Siberian Forest Cat' although sometimes referred to as the 'Siberian' or the 'Siberian Cat'. The cat is an ancient breed that is now believed to be ancestral to all modern long-haired cats

Siberian Husky
The Siberian Husky is a medium-size, dense-coat working dog breed that originated in north-eastern Siberia. The breed belongs to the Spitz genetic family

Siberian Traps
The Siberian Traps form a large region of volcanic rock, known as a large igneous province, in the Russian region of Siberia. The massive eruptive event which formed the traps, one of the largest known volcanic events of the last 500 million years of Earth's geological history, continued for a million years and spanned the Permian–Triassic boundary, about 251 to

Sibling abuse
Sibling abuse is the physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse of one sibling by another.Though several studies indicate that sibling abuse is far more common than other forms of family abuse, chronic maltreatment by siblings has only relatively recently become the subject of serious clinical study and concern

Sibling Rivalry
Sibling Rivalry is the twelfth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 2000. .-Track listing:#"People Gotta Love Again" – 4:48#"Leave My Heartache Behind" – 3:54

Sibs
Sibs was an American sitcom broadcast by ABC as part of its 1991-92 prime time lineup.Sibs starred veteran actress Marsha Mason as Nora Rusico, a successful accountant and Alex Rocco as her longsuffering husband, Howie. The source of most of Howie's suffering was his wife's younger sisters , Audie and Lily

Sibusiso Zuma
Sibusiso Wiseman Zuma is a South African professional football player playing for Supersport United in the Premier Soccer League.- Career :

Sibutramine
Sibutramine is an oral anorexiant. Until 2010 it was marketed and prescribed as an adjunct in the treatment of exogenous obesity along with diet and exercise

Sichuan
' , known formerly in the West by its postal map spellings of Szechwan or Szechuan is a province in Southwest China with its capital in Chengdu

Sichuan Pepper
Sichuan pepper is the outer pod of the tiny fruit of a number of species in the genus Zanthoxylum , widely grown and consumed in Asia as a spice. Despite the name, it is not related to black pepper or to chili peppers

Sichuan Takin
The Sichuan Takin or Tibetan Takin is a subspecies of takin . Listed as a vulnerable species, the Sichuan Takin is native to Tibet and the provinces of Sichuan, Gansu and Xinjiang in the People's Republic of China

Sichuan University
Sichuan University is one of the oldest national universities in China. It is ranked No. 8 among the Chinese universities according to the 2010 Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Sicilian language
Sicilian is a Romance language. Its dialects make up the Extreme-Southern Italian language group, which are spoken on the island of Sicily and its satellite islands; in southern and central Calabria ; in the southern parts of Apulia, the Salento ; and Campania, on the Italian mainland, where it is

Sicily
Sicily is a region of Italy, and is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Along with the surrounding minor islands, it constitutes an autonomous region of Italy, the Regione Autonoma Siciliana Sicily has a rich and unique culture, especially with regard to the arts, music, literature, cuisine,

Sick leave
Sick leave is time off from work that workers can use during periods of temporary illness to stay home and address their health and safety needs without losing pay. Some workplaces offer paid sick time as a matter of workplace policy, and in few jurisdictions it is codified into law

Sicklerville, New Jersey
Sicklerville is an unincorporated community located primarily within Winslow Township, Camden County, New Jersey. It was founded in 1851 by John Sickler, who lived in the area where the present-day town is located within Gloucester Township

Sicko
Sicko is a 2007 documentary film by American filmmaker Michael Moore. The film investigates health care in the United States, focusing on its health insurance and the pharmaceutical industry. The movie compares the for-profit, non-universal U.S

Sid Bream
Sidney Eugene "Sid" Bream is an American former Major League Baseball player. He played his entire 11-year career in the National League

Sid Fleischman
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