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Malar
Malar may refer to:* Malar, Iran, a city in Iran* Malar, Pakistan, a town in Pakistan* Malar , a deity in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of Dungeons & Dragons* Relating to the cheek

Malaria
Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease of humans and other animals caused by eukaryotic protists of the genus Plasmodium. The disease results from the multiplication of Plasmodium parasites within red blood cells, causing symptoms that typically include fever and headache, in severe cases progressing to coma or death

Malathion
Malathion is an organophosphate parasympathomimetic which binds irreversibly to cholinesterase. Malathion is an insecticide of relatively low human toxicity, however one recent study has shown that children with higher levels of organophosphate pesticide metabolites in their urine are more likely to have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.In the former USSR it was known as

Malay
-Language:* Malay language , the macro-language of Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei, lingua franca of the Malay Archipelago* Malaysian language, the official form of the Malay language in Malaysia

Malay (producer)
Malay is an R&B/Pop/Rock/Hip-Hop producer and songwriter who is believed to be of Asian descent.-Discography:-External links:

Malaya
-Geographic/former political entities:* The Malay Peninsula* Malay Archipelago, the broader macroregion.-Malaya including Singapore:* British Malaya , a loose collection of British-controlled states

Malcolm (given name)
Malcolm, Máel Coluim, or Maol Choluim, meaning "tonsured devotee of Saint Columba", may refer to:-Literature:* Malcolm Azania, Canadian teacher, writer, community activist, radio host and political aspirant

Malcontent
The Malcontent is a character type often used in early modern drama. The character is discontent with the social structure and other characters in the play. He or she is often an outsider, who observes and offers commentary on the action and may even show awareness that they are in a play

Maldivian
Maldivian may refer to:* Maldivian people , the ethnic group inhabiting the historic region of the Maldive Islands comprising what is now officially the Republic of Maldives and the island of Minicoy in Union territory of Lakshadweep, India.

Male
Male refers to the biological sex of an organism, or part of an organism, which produces small mobile gametes, called spermatozoa. Each spermatozoon can fuse with a larger female gamete or ovum, in the process of fertilization

Malediva
Malediva is a German chanson and cabaret trio, consisting of* Lo Malinke – vocals, texts, lyrics* Tetta Müller – vocals, texts, stage design, costume* Florian Ludewig - piano, composer

Malefic
Malefic may refer to:*Malefic planet*Malefic *Malefic *Malefic - Ma'alefa'ak; Martian Manhunter's twin brother and nemesis.

Malesia (disambiguation)
Malesia may refer to:* Malesia, the biogeographical region straddling the Indomalayan and Australasian ecozones.* Malesia , a moth genus* Malësia, a geographical region straddling southern Montenegro and northern Albania.

Malevolence
Malevolence may refer to:* Evil* Hostility* Malice* Sadism-Television, film, music, comic books:* Malevolence , a 1999 film by Belle Avery* Malevolence , a 2005 film by Stevan Mena* Malevolence , a heavy metal band

Malevolence (band)
Malevolence is a Portuguese death metal band, formed in 1994 by vocalist/guitarist Carlos Cariano. The band has released two studio albums. Their second album Martyrialized was recorded at Studio Fredman in Sweden, and mixed by Fredrik Nordström. They are currently working on their third album

Malfeasance
The expressions misfeasance and nonfeasance, and occasionally malfeasance, are used in English law with reference to the discharge of public obligations existing by common law, custom or statute.-Definition and relevant rules of law:

Malfunction
A malfunction is when something functions wrongly or does not function at all.Some types of malfunctions are:*Malfunction , malfunction of a parachute*Sexual malfunction, also called "sexual dysfunction"**See also dyspareunia

Malheur
Malheur may refer to:* Malheur County, Oregon* Malheur Lake* Malheur River* Malheur Butte* Malheur National Wildlife Refuge* Malheur Reservation* Malheur National Forest* Malheur Memorial Hospital Heliport* Malheur Bell

Mali
Mali , officially the Republic of Mali , is a landlocked country in Western Africa. Mali borders Algeria on the north, Niger on the east, Burkina Faso and the Côte d'Ivoire on the south, Guinea on the south-west, and Senegal and Mauritania on the west. Its size is just over 1,240,000 km² with a population of 14.5 million

Mali (phul)
Mali, the functional caste of vegetable of flower gardeners, derives the name from the Sanskrt Mala, a garland. The caste has numerous endogamous groups, varying in different localities.- The Phul Malis :

Malia (bird)
The Malia, Malia grata is a medium-sized babbler-like passerine. It has an olive-green plumage, yellowish head and chest, and pinkish-brown bill. The young is duller than adult. It is the only member in the genus Malia.

Malia (singer)
Malia is a singer from Malawi whose debut album Yellow Daffodils has been released in 2002. Her mother is from Malawi and her father is from the United Kingdom.

Malian
Malian may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Mali, a country in West Africa.* A person from Mali or of Malian descent. For information about the Malian people, see Demographics of Mali and Culture of Mali. For specific persons, see List of Malians.

Malice
Malice may refer to:* Malice , a legal term describing the intent to harm* Jerry Tuite , American professional wrestler also known by the ring name Malice-Entertainment:

Malice (album)
Malice is Through the Eyes of the Dead's second full-length follow-up to 2005's Bloodlust. The new album again features artwork from Paul Romano . The band enlisted Erik Rutan for production, engineering and mixing with Alan Douches of West West Side Music mastering the effort

Malice (band)
Malice were a short-lived British punk rock band from Crawley, Sussex, who performed together between January and December 1976. Members of the group later formed Easy Cure in 1977, who in turn became The Cure in 1978.- January to April 1976 :

Malice (Gehenna album)
Malice is the third full length album by the Norwegian black metal band Gehenna.-Track listing:#"She Who Loves The Flames" - 5:00#"Made To Suffer" - 4:42#"Touched And Left For Dead" - 5:16#"Bleeding The Blue Flame" - 5:04

Malice (Gehenna album)
Malice is the third full length album by the Norwegian black metal band Gehenna.-Track listing:#"She Who Loves The Flames" - 5:00#"Made To Suffer" - 4:42#"Touched And Left For Dead" - 5:16#"Bleeding The Blue Flame" - 5:04

Malice (metal band)
Malice is an American heavy metal band formed in the early 80s. Their sound is comparable to that of Judas Priest's, and they are notable for having toured with popular metal group Slayer. They had mild popularity that disappeared and reappeared frequently. The 1988 film Vice Versa featured a performance by the band

Malice Aforethought (TV)
Malice Aforethought is an ITV drama based on Anthony Berkeley Cox’s 1931 novel of the same name.-Synopsis:Set in a 1920's Devonshire village, the plot concerns the complicated love life of the Dr

Malicious
Malicious is the title of a 1996 thriller film starring Molly Ringwald and Patrick McGaw. The plot follows a star college baseball player who has a fling with a disturbed woman who begins to stalk him.

Malicious
-Films:* Malicious , an Italian comedy starring Laura Antonelli* Malicious , an American thriller starring Molly Ringwald-Games:* Malicious , a 2010 download-only 3D action game

Malicious (1973 film)
Malicious is an Italian comedy. The original title Malizia is Italian for "malice". It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival.-Premise:

Malignancy (band)
Malignancy is a technical death metal band from Yonkers, New York formed in 1992.-Overview:Malignancy is recognized as one of the longest standing and well-known death metal bands in the New York death metal scene along with Incantation, Mortician and Suffocation.-History:Malignancy formed in February 1992 from the initiative of vocalist Danny Nelson and guitarist Javier Velez

Malignant
Malignancy is the tendency of a medical condition, especially tumors, to become progressively worse and to potentially result in death. Malignancy in cancers is characterized by anaplasia, invasiveness, and metastasis

Malignant (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
Malignant is a second season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, the murders of two deliverymen during a robbery lead Detectives Goren and Eames to discover a long-running case of drug tampering.

Maligno
Maligno was an ABS-CBN primetime horror-thriller which was the second installment of Sineserye Presents: The Susan Roces Cinema Collection.

Malinois
Malinois is a French term meaning from Mechelen, a city in Belgium.The term can be used for:*a Belgian shepherd dog breed, the Malinois*a football club in Mechelen, Y.R. K.V. Mechelen, formerly known by its French name FC Malinois

Mall
Mall may refer to:* The Mall, London, the landmark ceremonial approach road to Buckingham Palace* The Mall Athens, a major shopping mall in the greater area of Athens, Greece* National Mall, an open-area national park in downtown Washington, D.C.

MALL
MAL-like protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MALL gene.-Further reading:

Mallet
A mallet is a kind of hammer, usually of rubber,or sometimes wood smaller than a maul or beetle and usually with a relatively large head.-Tools:Tool mallets come in different types, the most common of which are:

Mallet (habit)
A mallet is a is small-tree form of Eucalyptus found in Western Australia.Unlike the mallee, it is single-stemmed and lacks a lignotuber.Trees of this form have a slender trunk, steeply-angled branches and sometimes form thickets

Malleus
The malleus or hammer is a hammer-shaped small bone or ossicle of the middle ear which connects with the incus and is attached to the inner surface of the eardrum

Malleus (disambiguation)
Malleus may refer to:* Malleus, a bone in the middle ear;* Malleus , a bacterial infection* Malleus , a genus of bivalves.

Mallory (disambiguation)
Mallory is an English surname and given name.Mallory may also refer to:*Mallory, West Virginia*Mallory Township, Clayton County, Iowa*Mallory Airport, an airport in West Virginia, United States

Mallow
Mallow or Mallows may refer to:Nature:* Malvaceae, family of plants; in particular the following genera:** Abelmoschus** Althaea – Marsh mallow** Callirhoe – Poppy mallow** Corchorus – Jews Mallow, Molokia, Mlukhia

Mallow (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
Mallow was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons until 1800 and was incorporated by Charter of 1613, with a further charter of 1689. It was a manor borough, the franchise being vested in the freeholders of the manor and the returning officer its Seneschal

Malm (disambiguation)
-Places:*Malm, a village in Verran, Norway*Malmi, Helsinki, a district of Helsinki, Finland*Malmi, Pyhtää, a village in Pyhtää, Finland*Malmi, Siuntio, a village in Siuntio, Finland-People:*August Wilhelm Malm , Swedish biologist

Malmi
Malmi has several meanings.*Malmi is the Finnish language word for ore.*Malmi is a district in the city of Helsinki.*Malmi is a village in the municipality of Siuntio.*Malmi is a village in the municipality of Pyhtää.

Malo (album)
Malo is the first album by 12-piece San Francisco band Malo, released in 1972.It contains the #18 single, "Suavecito". The album charted 14 at Pop albums.- Track listing :# "Pana" - 6:45

Malo (jellyfish)
Malo is a genus of box jellies. It contains two species, Malo kingi and Malo maximus . They were described by the Australian marine biologist Lisa-Ann Gershwin in 2007 and 2005, respectively. Both species are extremely venomous Irukandji jellyfish.

Malpractice
In law, malpractice is a type of negligence in, which the professional under a duty to act, fails to follow generally accepted professional standards, and that breach of duty is the proximate cause of injury to a plaintiff who suffers harm

Malpractice (album)
Malpractice is the fifth studio album by rapper Redman. It reached #4 on The Billboard 200 and was certified Gold by the RIAA on July 21, 2001. It boasted two singles "Let's Get Dirty " and "Smash Sumthin'".-Track listing:

Malpractice (short story)
"Malpractice" is a short story by Orson Scott Card. It appears in his short story collection Maps in a Mirror. Card originally published this story in the November 1977 issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact magazine. This short story was later expanded into the novel Invasive Procedures by Card and screenwriter Aaron Johnston.-External links:*

Malt
Malt is germinated cereal grains that have been dried in a process known as "malting". The grains are made to germinate by soaking in water, and are then halted from germinating further by drying with hot air

Malta (Amtrak station)
Malta, Montana is a station stop for the Amtrak Empire Builder in Malta, Montana. The station, platform, and parking are owned by BNSF Railway.

Malta (European Parliament constituency)
In European elections, Malta is a constituency of the European Parliament, currently represented by five MEPs. It covers the member state of Malta. The electoral system used is Single Transferable Vote.-Current MEPs:

Maltais
Maltais is a surname and may refer to:* Agnès Maltais , Canadian politician* André Maltais , Canadian politician* Dominique Maltais 1980-), Canadian snowboarder* Steve Maltais , Canadian ice hockey player

Malte
Malte is a male given name, that is mainly used in Denmark, Sweden and Germany. It originated from Helmhold/Helmwald. It described the advisor of the Thing It may refer to:

Maltese
Maltese may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Malta* Maltese people, people from Malta or of Maltese descent* Maltese language, the Semitic language spoken by Maltese peopleAs a surname:* Francesco Maltese, Italian Baroque-era painter

Maltese cross
The Maltese cross, also known as the Amalfi cross, is identified as the symbol of an order of Christian warriors known as the Knights Hospitaller or Knights of Malta and through them came to be identified with the Mediterranean island of Malta and is one of the National symbols of Malta

Malthusianism
Malthusianism refers primarily to ideas derived from the political/economic thought of Reverend Thomas Robert Malthus, as laid out initially in his 1798 writings, An Essay on the Principle of Population, which describes how unchecked population growth is exponential while the growth of the food supply was expected to be arithmetical

Malto
Malto may refer to either:*The Malto language, a Northern Dravidian language*The Malto people, speakers of the Malto language

Siddhartha Basu
Siddhartha Basu is an Indian television producer-director and quiz show host, most known as producer-director of shows like, Kaun Banega Crorepati , and Dus Ka Dum . He is Chairman and Managing Director of Big Synergy Media Ltd., established in 1989 as Synergy Media Ltd., which produces these shows

Siddiqui
Siddiqui, is a Muslim family name, found in the South Asia and the Middle East. Shaikh is an additional title used occasionally by Siddiqui/Siddique to signify their Arab heritage

Side-scan sonar
Side-scan sonar is a category of sonar system that is used to efficiently create an image of large areas of the sea floor

Sidearm
In baseball, sidearm describes balls thrown along a low, approximately horizontal axis rather than a high, mostly vertical axis .

Sidereal astrology
Sidereal and tropical are astronomical terms used to describe two different definitions of a "year". They are also used as terms for two systems of ecliptic coordinates used in astrology.

Sidewise Award for Alternate History
The Sidewise Awards for Alternate History were established in 1995 to recognize the best alternate history stories and novels of the year.The awards take their name from the 1934 short story "Sidewise in Time" by Murray Leinster, in which a strange storm causes portions of Earth to swap places with their analogs from other timelines.The awards were created by Steven H Silver, Evelyn

Sidney Bechet
Sidney Bechet was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer.He was one of the first important soloists in jazz , and was perhaps the first notable jazz saxophonist

Sidney Camm
Sir Sydney Camm, CBE, FRAeS was an English aeronautical engineer who contributed to many Hawker aircraft designs, from the biplanes of the 1920s to jet fighters. One particularly notable aircraft he designed is the Hawker Hurricane fighter.-Early years:He was the eldest child of Frederick Camm, who had twelve children with Mary Smith

Sidney Crosby
Sidney Patrick Crosby ONS is a Canadian professional ice hockey player and captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League . Crosby was drafted first overall by the Penguins out of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Sidney Gilchrist Thomas
Sidney Gilchrist Thomas was an English inventor.-Life:Thomas was born at Canonbury, London and was educated at Dulwich College.

Sidney Lanier
Sidney Lanier was an American musician and poet.-Biography:Sidney Lanier was born February 3, 1842, in Macon, Georgia, to parents Robert Sampson Lanier and Mary Jane Anderson; he was mostly of English ancestry. His distant French Huguenot ancestors immigrated to England in the 16th century fleeing religious persecution

Sidney Myer Music Bowl
The Sidney Myer Music Bowl is an outdoor performance venue in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is located in the lawns and gardens of Kings Domain, close to the Arts Centre and the Southbank entertainment precinct

Sidney Poitier
Sir Sidney Poitier, KBE is a Bahamian American actor, film director, author, and diplomat.In 1963, Poitier became the first black person to win an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Lilies of the Field

Sidney Sloane
Sidney Sloane is a UK radio and television actor/presenterBorn Gary Gibson, he took the stage name Sidney Sloane when he changed career from stockbroking to study acting in 1997 in Brighton, England.

Sidon
Sidon or Saïda is the third-largest city in Lebanon. It is located in the South Governorate of Lebanon, on the Mediterranean coast, about 40 km north of Tyre and 40 km south of the capital Beirut. In Genesis, Sidon is the son of Canaan the grandson of Noah

Siebe Gorman CDBA
The Clearance Divers Breathing Apparatus is a type of rebreather made by Siebe Gorman in England.The Royal Navy used it for many years. It was for underwater work rather than for combat diving. The main oxygen cylinders are on the diver's back. The oxygen cylinders at the front of the diver are for bailout

Siege of Bexar
The Siege of Béxar was an early campaign of the Texas Revolution in which a volunteer Texan army successfully defeated Mexican forces at San Antonio de Béxar . Texians had become disillusioned with the Mexican government as President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna's tenure became increasingly dictatorial

Siege of Boston
The Siege of Boston was the opening phase of the American Revolutionary War, in which New England militiamen—who later became part of the Continental Army—surrounded the town of Boston, Massachusetts, to prevent movement by the British Army garrisoned within

Siege of Candia
The Siege of Candia was a military conflict in which Ottoman forces besieged the Venetian-ruled city and were ultimately victorious. Lasting from 1648 to 1669, it was the longest siege in history.-Background:

Siege of Corinth
The Siege of Corinth was an American Civil War battle fought from April 29 to May 30, 1862, in Corinth, Mississippi.-Background:

Siege of Derry
The Siege of Derry took place in Ireland from 18 April to 28 July 1689, during the Williamite War in Ireland. The city, a Williamite stronghold, was besieged by a Jacobite army until it was relieved by Royal Navy ships

Siege of Jerusalem (1187)
On July 4, 1187 the Kingdom's army was defeated at the Battle of Hattin by Saladin and only Balian of Ibelin commanding a small number of soldiers remained in Jerusalem. The Siege of Jerusalem lasted from September 20 to October 2, 1187. On October 2, 1187 Balian of Ibelin surrendered Jerusalem to Saladin, which allowed the citizens to leave by paying a ransom

Siege of Jerusalem (70)
The Siege of Jerusalem in the year 70 AD was the decisive event of the First Jewish-Roman War. The Roman army, led by the future Emperor Titus, with Tiberius Julius Alexander as his second-in-command, besieged and conquered the city of Jerusalem, which had been occupied by its Jewish defenders in 66.The siege ended with the sacking of the city and the destruction of its famous Second

Siege of Maubeuge
The Siege of Maubeuge took place between August 24 and September 7, 1914 when the French garrison of the Maubeuge Fortress finally surrendered to the Germans at the start of World War I on the Western Front.

Siege of Petersburg
The Richmond–Petersburg Campaign was a series of battles around Petersburg, Virginia, fought from June 9, 1864, to March 25, 1865, during the American Civil War

Siege of Sarajevo
The Siege of Sarajevo is the longest siege of a capital city in the history of modern warfare. Serb forces of the Republika Srpska and the Yugoslav People's Army besieged Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, from 5 April 1992 to 29 February 1996 during the Bosnian War.After Bosnia and Herzegovina had declared independence from Yugoslavia, the Serbs--whose strategic

Siege of Sevastopol (1854-1855)
The Siege of Sevastopol was a major siege during the Crimean War, lasting from September 1854 until September 1855

Siegfried Marcus
Siegfried Samuel Marcus was a German-born Austrian inventor and automobile pioneer.Marcus was born in Malchin in Mecklenburg-Schwerin. He moved to Vienna, the capital of the Austrian Empire, in 1852.

Sierpinski triangle
The Sierpinski triangle , also called the Sierpinski gasket or the Sierpinski Sieve, is a fractal and attractive fixed set named after the Polish mathematician Wacław Sierpiński who described it in 1915. However, similar patterns appear already in the 13th-century Cosmati mosaics in the cathedral of Anagni, Italy

Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone , officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, is a country in West Africa. It is bordered by Guinea to the north and east, Liberia to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west and southwest. Sierra Leone covers a total area of and has an estimated population between 5.4 and 6.4 million

Sierra Leone Civil War
The Sierra Leone Civil War began on 23 March 1991 when the Revolutionary United Front , with support from the special forces of Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia , intervened in Sierra Leone in an attempt to overthrow the Joseph Momoh government

Sierra Madre Occidental
The Sierra Madre Occidental is a mountain range in western Mexico.-Setting:The range runs north to south, from just south of the Sonora–Arizona border southeast through eastern Sonora, western Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Durango, Zacatecas, Nayarit, Jalisco, Aguascalientes to Guanajuato, where it joins with the Sierra Madre del Sur and the Eje Volcánico Transversal The Sierra Madre Occidental is a mountain range in western Mexico.-Setting:The range runs north to south, from just south of the Sonora–Arizona border southeast through eastern Sonora, western Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Durango, Zacatecas, Nayarit, Jalisco, Aguascalientes to Guanajuato, where it joins with the Sierra Madre del Sur and the Eje Volcánico Transversal The Sierra Madre Occidental is a mountain range in western Mexico.-Setting:The range runs north to south, from just south of the Sonora–Arizona border southeast through eastern Sonora, western Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Durango, Zacatecas, Nayarit, Jalisco, Aguascalientes to Guanajuato, where it joins with the Sierra Madre del Sur and the Eje Volcánico Transversal (Transverse Volcanic

Sierra Mist
Sierra Mist is a lemon-lime flavored caffeine-free soft drink, introduced by PepsiCo in 2000 and rolled out nationally in the United States in 2003. PepsiCo owns the rights to the similar 7 Up brand outside the U.S

Sierra Nevada Batholith
The Sierra Nevada Batholith is a large batholith which forms the core of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California, USA, exposed at the surface as granite.

Siete Partidas
The Siete Partidas or simply Partidas was a Castilian statutory code first compiled during the reign of Alfonso X of Castile , with the intent of establishing a uniform body of normative rules for the kingdom. The codified and compiled text was originally called the Libro de las Leyes

Sieve analysis
A sieve analysis is a practice or procedure used to assess the particle size distribution of a granular material.

Sifaka
Sifakas are a genus of lemur from the family Indriidae within the order Primates. Their name of the family is an onomatopoeia of their characteristic "shi-fak" alarm call. Like all lemurs, they are found only on the island of Madagascar

SIG P210
The SIG P210 is a locked breech semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured in Neuhausen am Rheinfall by Swiss Arms AG, formerly SIG Arms AG .It is of all steel construction chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum and 7.65x21mm Parabellum

SIG P226
The SIG P226 is a full-sized, service-type pistol made by SIG Sauer. It is chambered for the 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .357 SIG, and .22 Long Rifle. It is essentially the same basic design of the SIG P220, but developed to use higher capacity, staggered-column magazines in place of the single-column magazines of the P220

SIG Pro
The SIG Pro is a series of semi-automatic pistols developed and manufactured jointly by Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft and J. P. Sauer & Sohn

Sigara
Sigara is a genus of water boatmen in the family Corixidae. Some species within this genus are halophiles; for example, occurrences of the genus have been noted in the hypersaline Makgadikgadi Pans in Botswana

Sigeric the Serious
Sigeric was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 990 to 994.It is unclear whether the epithet "The Serious" originated from his learning, or if it derived from transliteration of his name into Latin as Serio.- Biography :

Sigil (magic)
A sigil is a symbol created for a specific magical purpose. A sigil is usually made up of a complex combination of several specific symbols or geometric figures, each with a specific meaning or intent.- Name and origin :

Sigiriya
Sigiriya is a large stone and ancient rock fortress and palace ruin in the central Matale District of Sri Lanka, surrounded by the remains of an extensive network of gardens, reservoirs, and other structures

Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is a North American Greek-letter social college fraternity founded at the University of Alabama on March 9, 1856. Of all existing national social fraternities today, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the only one founded in the Antebellum South

Sigma bond
In chemistry, sigma bonds are the strongest type of covalent chemical bond. They are formed by head-on overlapping between atomic orbitals. Sigma bonding is most clearly defined for diatomic molecules using the language and tools of symmetry groups. In this formal approach, a σ-bond is symmetrical with respect to rotation about the bond axis

Sigma Gamma Rho
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was founded on the campus of Butler University on November 12, 1922, by seven school teachers in Indianapolis, Indiana

Sigma Phi Delta
ΣΦΔ is an international social fraternity of engineers. Billing itself as "The Premier International Fraternity of Engineers", the organization is the only fraternity of its kind that draws its membership exclusively from male engineering students at ABET-accredited colleges and universities, as other similar organizations are co-ed or admit students not strictly in

Sigmar Polke
Sigmar Polke was a German painter and photographer.Polke experimented with a wide range of styles, subject matter and materials. In the 1970s, he concentrated on photography, returning to paint in the 1980s, when he produced abstract works created by chance through chemical reactions between paint and other products

Sigmoid function
Many natural processes, including those of complex system learning curves, exhibit a progression from small beginnings that accelerates and approaches a climax over time. When a detailed description is lacking, a sigmoid function is often used. A sigmoid curve is produced by a mathematical function having an "S" shape

Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud , born Sigismund Schlomo Freud , was an Austrian neurologist who founded the discipline of psychoanalysis

Sign function
In mathematics, the sign function is an odd mathematical function that extracts the sign of a real number. To avoid confusion with the sine function, this function is often called the signum function .

Signal box
On a rail transport system, signalling control is the process by which control is exercised over train movements by way of railway signals and block systems to ensure that trains operate safely, over the correct route and to the proper timetable

Signal Hill, California
Signal Hill is a small city in California located in the Greater Los Angeles area. Signal Hill, completely surrounded by the city of Long Beach, was incorporated on April 22, 1924, roughly three years after oil was discovered in Signal Hill. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 11,016.Signal Hill lies in the 562 area code

Signal Hill, Newfoundland and Labrador
Signal Hill is a hill which overlooks the city of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.Due to its strategic placement overlooking the harbour, fortifications have been placed on the hill since the mid 17th century.-History:

Signal strength
In telecommunications, particularly in radio, signal strength refers to the magnitude of the electric field at a reference point that is a significant distance from the transmitting antenna. It may also be referred to as received signal level or field strength. Typically, it is expressed in voltage per length or signal power received by a reference antenna

Signal-to-noise ratio
Signal-to-noise ratio is a measure used in science and engineering that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise. It is defined as the ratio of signal power to the noise power. A ratio higher than 1:1 indicates more signal than noise

Sigurd Wongraven
Satyr is the vocalist, lead and rhythm guitarist, bassist, and keyboardist for the Norwegian black metal band Satyricon. He was a founding member of Satyricon and have so far released 7 albums, 2 demos and a live DVD

Sika Deer
The Sika Deer, Cervus nippon, also known as the Spotted Deer or the Japanese Deer, is a species of deer native to much of East Asia and introduced to various other parts of the world

Sikar
Sikar is a city located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan state in India. It is the administrative headquarter of Sikar District. Sikar is a historical city and contains many old Havelis which are a huge tourist attraction. The best way to reach the city is to use road transport from Jaipur or Delhi

Sikh Gurus
The Sikh Gurus established Sikhism from over the centuries beginning in the year 1469. Sikhism was founded by the first guru, Guru Nanak, and subsequently, all in order were referred to as "Nanak", and as "Lights", making their teachings in the holy scriptures, equivalent

Sikhism
Sikhism is a monotheistic religion founded during the 15th century in the Punjab region, by Guru Nanak Dev and continued to progress with ten successive Sikh Gurus . It is the fifth-largest organized religion in the world and one of the fastest-growing

Sikkim
Sikkim is a landlocked Indian state nestled in the Himalayan mountains

Sikorsky Aircraft
The Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation is an American aircraft manufacturer based in Stratford, Connecticut. Its parent company is United Technologies Corporation.-History:

Sikorsky S-38
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Sikorsky S-61
The Sikorsky S-61L and S-61N are civil variants of the successful SH-3 Sea King helicopter. They are two of the most widely used airliner and oil rig support helicopters built.-Design and development:

Sikorsky S-92
The Sikorsky S-92 is a four-bladed twin-engine medium-lift helicopter built by Sikorsky Aircraft for the civil and military helicopter market. The S-92 was developed from the Sikorsky S-70 helicopter and has similar parts such as flight control and rotor systems.The H-92 Superhawk is a military version of the S-92 in the utility transport role, capable of carrying 22 troops

Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk
The UH-60 Black Hawk is a four-bladed, twin-engine, medium-lift utility helicopter manufactured by Sikorsky Aircraft. Sikorsky submitted the S-70 design for the United States Army's Utility Tactical Transport Aircraft System competition in 1972

Silas Marner
Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe is a dramatic novel by George Eliot. Her third novel, it was first published in 1861. An outwardly simple tale of a reclusive weaver, in its strong realism it represents one of Eliot's most sophisticated treatments of her attitude to religion.-Plot summary:The novel is set in the early years of the 19th century