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Markov chain
A Markov chain, named after Andrey Markov, is a mathematical system that undergoes transitions from one state to another, between a finite or countable number of possible states. It is a random process characterized as memoryless: the next state depends only on the current state and not on the sequence of events that preceded it

Marks , also spelled Marx, named after Karl Marx, is a town in Saratov Oblast, Russia, located northeast of Saratov. Population: It was founded in 1767 as a Volga German community called Baronsk . It was soon renamed Yekaterinenshtadt , after Catherine the Great. In 1918, it was granted town status and in 1920 it was renamed Marksshtadt after Karl Marx

Marks is a German and Jewish surname:In biography:* Adolf Marks , Russian publisher* Alfred Marks , British comic actor and comedian* David Marks

Marks (producer)
Marks is a Finnish hiphop producer and musician, who has produced music for Kool G Rap, Om'mas Keith , Punchline , Verbal Threat, Muhsinah, Ken Ring and a pack of Finnish artists like Asa, Joniveli, Kemmuru, Elastinen, TImo Pieni Huijaus, Pyhimys, and Kova Ote

A marksman is a person who is skilled in precision, or a sharpshooter shooting, using projectile weapons, such as with a rifle but most commonly with a sniper rifle, to shoot at long range targets

Marksman (disambiguation)
-Vehicles and equipment:* Distinguished Marksmanship Ribbon, a military ribbon in the U.S. Navy* HMS Marksman, any of several ships with the name* Marksman class destroyer, a British class of World War I flotilla leaders

Markt (Rosmalen)
Markt is the name of a Square in Rosmalen, North Brabant. It used to be the garden of a rectory until 1911.The name is given to the square, because the Street market was held on this square. Until 1981 there were two graves of Canadian soldiers who rode their motorcycle over a mine near Sprokkelbosch during World War II

There is more than one usage of the word markup.For generic discussions of markup in various contexts, see:* Markup language, a notation used to annotate a document's content to give information regarding the structure of the text or instructions for how it is to be displayed* Markup , a term for the increase in the price of goods to create a profit margin for a business*

Marl (disambiguation)
Marl may refer to:*Marl, calcium carbonate or lime-rich sedimentary rock*Marl, North Rhine-Westphalia, a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany*Marl, Lower Saxony, a municipality in Lower Saxony, Germany

Marlborough (UK Parliament constituency)
Marlborough was a parliamentary borough in Wiltshire, which elected two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons from 1295 until 1868, and then one member from 1868 until 1885, when the borough was abolished.e-1295-1640:-1640-1868:

Marlene (given name)
Marlene is a female German given name. It is derived from the female given names Maria and Magdalene. People with this name include:-In politics:*Marlene Cowling*Marlene Johnson*Marlene Catterall*Marlene Graham*Marlene Jennings-In academia:

Marlin, family Istiophoridae, are fish with an elongated body, a spear-like snout or bill, and a long rigid dorsal fin, which extends forward to form a crest. Its common name is thought to derive from its resemblance to a sailor's marlinspike

Marlin (dinghy)
The Marlin is a 14 foot 2/3 person sailing dinghy designed and built by Ian Proctor.The rigging is very simple and straightforward, easy enough to sail in moderate breezes single handed, and in heavy breezes the mainsail can be reefed to reduce its area.

Marling (surname)
-Places:England* Marling School, a grammar school in Stroud, GloucestershireItaly* Marling, South Tyrol, a municipality in South Tyrol-People:* Alfred Erskine Marling , President of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York

- People :Given name* Marlowe Gardiner-Heslin , Canadian actor* Marlowe Morris , American jazz musicianSurname* Andrew W

Marlowe (30 Days of Night)
Marlowe is a fictional character in the graphic novel 30 Days of Night and its film adaptation.-In the comic:Marlowe is a vampire who organizes the attack on Barrow, Alaska, during the polar night in winter. His plan is to have a month of uninterrupted killing and feeding without the burden of sunlight

Marlowe (musical)
Marlowe is a musical with a book by Leo Rost, lyrics by Rost and Jimmy Horowitz, and music by Horowitz. Despite a claim in the Playbill that "the story of this drama is essentially true and accurate," much of it is a fictionalized account of the life of Elizabethan playwright Christopher Marlowe.While the plot refers to his rebellious anti-clerical views, the main focus is on

Marmaduke (disambiguation)
-Surname:*John S. Marmaduke, Confederate general*Meredith Miles Marmaduke, eighth governor of Missouri*Thomas Marmaduke, English sailor-Given name:*Marmaduke Constable, 15th-century English soldier

Marmalade is a fruit preserve made from the juice and peel of citrus fruits, boiled with sugar and water. The benchmark citrus fruit for marmalade production in Britain is the "Seville orange" from Spain, Citrus aurantium var

In Norse mythology, the Marmennill were mermen with the ability to prophesize the future. Its female counterpart was the Margygur.-References:**Curious Myths of the Middle Ages, By Sabine Baring-Gould, Rivingtons, 1873, page 504

Marmite is the name given to two similar food spreads: the original British version, first produced in the United Kingdom and later South Africa, and a version produced in New Zealand

Marmosets are the 22 New World monkey species of the genera Callithrix, Cebuella, Callibella, and Mico. All four genera are part of the biological family Callitrichidae. The term marmoset is also used in reference to the Goeldi's Monkey, Callimico goeldii, which is closely related.Most marmosets are about long

Marmoset (band)
Marmoset is an indie rock band based in Indianapolis, Indiana, that was formed on Jan. 1, 1995. The band's members are Jorma Whittaker , Dave Jablonski , and Jason Cavan . Marmoset lost a frequent contributor and once full-time band member when LonPaul Ellrich died in 2008

Marmot (company)
Marmot is an outdoor clothing and sporting goods company founded in 1973. The company was founded by two University of California, Santa Cruz students who wished to make their own mountaineering equipment. The company has received numerous awards, including Backpacker magazine's Editor's Choice award for their Oracle jacket.

Marmot (disambiguation)
A marmot is a member of the genus Marmota.Marmot may also refer to:* Marmot, Oregon, United States.* Marmot , another name for the German wine grape Elbling* Marmot , an outdoor clothing and sporting goods company.

Marni (clothing)
Marni is an Italian fashion label founded by Consuelo Castiglioni in 1994, who remains as the label's designer.-History:The fashion line started in 1994, when Castiglioni became known for her contributions to the design of fur, stemming from her husband's family fur business

Marni (disambiguation)
Marni can refer to:* Marni, the proper name* Marnie, 1961 novel written by Winston Graham* Marnie , suspense film by Alfred Hitchcock* Marni , a clothing line created by Consuelo Castiglioni

Maroon, marooning, or marooned may refer to:* Maroon , a dark shade of red* Maroon , runaway slaves, of African origin, in the Americas* Marooning, the act of leaving someone on a deserted island-Music:

Maroon (Muslimgauze album)
Maroon is a CD album by Muslimgauze. The first edition of 1000 copies was issued in a light brown digipak with a postcard insert, the first 500 copies of which were sealed with a Palestinian Authority stamp. The album was later re-issued in December 2002 with different artwork, in a digipak with a clear tray

Marquee may refer to:* A large tent, open-sided and installed outdoors for temporary functions* "Marquee", a song by Superchunk from their 1997 album Indoor Living* Marquee Cinemas, a movie theater chain in the United States

A marquess or marquis is a nobleman of hereditary rank in various European peerages and in those of some of their former colonies. The term is also used to translate equivalent oriental styles, as in imperial China, Japan, and Vietnam

Marquess (album)
Marquess is the first self-titled studio album by German Latin-Pop band Marquess. It was released on September 28, 2006. The first single was El Temperamento.-Tracklist:#Mi Sentido #Que Calor #El Temperamento

Marquess (band)
Marquess is a German pop band established in 2006 in Hannover. The group predominantly sings songs in Spanish.-Albums:* Marquess * Frenetica * ¡YA! * Compañía del sol -Singles:-Trivia:

Marquis is a French and Scottish title of nobility. The English equivalent is Marquess, while in German, it is Markgraf.It may also refer to:Persons:

Marquis (quartet)
Marquis is a barbershop quartet that won the 1995 SPEBSQSA international competition. Originating from the Cincinnati-Dayton area, they won the championship less than two years after they formed.

A marquise is a French noblewoman ranking above a countess and below a duchess, and is usually the wife of a marquis. The British equivalent is a marchioness and the Spanish equivalent is a marquesa.

MARQUISE was a 1997 technology demonstration conducted by Silicon Graphics/Cray, the Department of Defense, and the University of Maryland, College Park. The achieved goal was to shrink a refrigerator-sized Cray J90 supercomputer to fit in a standard 19-inch rack for use in embedded defense applications aboard an aircraft

Marquise (disambiguation)
Marquise may refer to:* Marquise, a French noblewoman, like Madame de Pompadour* Marquise, a Moroccan brand of cigarettes made by Imperial Tobacco* Marquise, Pas-de-Calais, a commune of the Pas-de-Calais département in northern France

Marre is a commune in the Meuse department in Lorraine in north-eastern France.

Marriage is a social union or legal contract between people that creates kinship. It is an institution in which interpersonal relationships, usually intimate and sexual, are acknowledged in a variety of ways, depending on the culture or subculture in which it is found

Marrow may refer to:* Bone marrow, the flexible tissue interior to bone* Squash * Marrow , a character in the X-Men comic series* Marrow , a science fiction novel by Robert Reed

Mars (B'z album)
Mars is the third Mini-Album for the Japanese rock duo B'z. The album sold 1,730,500 copies in total, reaching #1 at Oricon.- Track listing :# - 5:03#Mars - 1:24#Loving All Night ~Octopus Style~ - 5:50#Love & Chain ~Godzilla Style~ - 5:45

Mars (comics)
Mars is a 1984 American comic book series published by First Comics that ran for 12 issues. Inspired by the pulp science fiction stories of the 1930s and 1940s, creators Mark Wheatley and Marc Hempel collaborated on the story featuring a group of explorers and engineers sent to Mars with the goal of terraforming the red planet

MARS (gene)
Methionyl-tRNA synthetase, cytoplasmic is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the MARS gene.-Further reading:

Mars (Metra)
Mars is a station on Metra's Milwaukee District/West in Chicago, Illinois. The station is away from Union Station, the eastern terminus of the line. In Metra's zone-based fare system, Mars is in zone B.

Mars (motorcycle)
Mars was a manufacturer in Nürnberg, Germany founded in 1873 that manufactured motorcycles in various periods from 1903 until 1958. Production was interrupted variously by the First World War, hyperinflation in the 1920s and the Second World War

Mars (The Killer Barbies song)
"Mars" is a single by The Killer Barbies. It was released on Drakkar Records in 2000 .- Track listing :# "Mars" S. Garcia/A. Dominguez# "Mars " S. Garcia/A. Dominguez

MARS (ticket reservation system)
, which stands for MAgnetic electronic seat Reservation System or, more recently, Multi Access seat Reservation System, is a train ticket reservation system used by the railway companies of Japan Railways Group and travel agencies in Japan.The host of the system is located in Kokubunji, Tokyo and managed by Railway Information

Marsala (disambiguation)
Marsala can refer to:*Marsala, Sicily*Marsala *Marsala, California*Marsala wine*Marsala, fictional character in the animated series Exosquad*S.C. Marsala 1912, an Italian football club*Chicken marsala

Marseille (band)
Marseille are a British heavy metal band from Liverpool, England.-History:Marseille formed in Liverpool in early 1976, and released their debut album, Red, White and Slightly Blue on the Mountain Records label in 1978. Original members were Paul Dale , Neil Buchanan , Andy Charters , Keith Knowles and Steve Dinwoodie

Marseille (disambiguation)
Marseille is the second-largest city of France. It has traditionally been written Marseilles in English, although the use of its French spelling, Marseille, is increasingly common.-Place-names:

In geography, a marsh, or morass, is a type of wetland that is subject to frequent or continuous flood. Typically the water is shallow and features grasses, rushes, reeds, typhas, sedges, other herbaceous plants, and moss.

Marshal , is a word used in several official titles of various branches of society. The word is an ancient loan word from Old French, cf

Marshal (disambiguation)
A marshal is a holder of various military, law-enforcement and other positions.* Demonstration marshal, prevents individuals from infiltrating and fostering violence in demonstrations* Field marshal, a top army officer rank used by armies of various countries

Marshall may refer to:* "Marshall", a British/Commonwealth spelling for the military rank of marshal* Marshall * Marshall Aerospace, an aerospace contractor based in Cambridge, England* Marshall Amplification, a brand of guitar amplifier

Marshall (name)
Marshall is an occupation name whose etymology is from the Frankish mare + skalkoz . It may be used as a surname or a given name. Nicknames can be Marsh, Marshie, Marshey, or Marshy

Marshall Islands
The Republic of the Marshall Islands , , is a Micronesian nation of atolls and islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, just west of the International Date Line and just north of the Equator. As of July 2011 the population was 67,182

Marshalling (computer science)
In computer science, marshalling is the process of transforming the memory representation of an object to a data format suitable for storage or transmission

The marshmallow is a confection that, in its modern form, typically consists of sugar, corn syrup, water, gelatin that has been softened in hot water, dextrose, vanilla flavourings, and sometimes colouring, whipped to a spongy consistency. Some marshmallow recipes call for egg whites

Mart may mean:* Data mart* Shoppers Drug Mart* Mart * Mart , Syriac title for women saints* Montachusett Regional Transit Authority* Mart, Texas* mArt, a local broadcasting station in Amsterdam.

Märt is an Estonian masculine given name, a version of Martin.People named Märt include:*Märt Avandi , actor*Märt Israel , discus thrower*Märt Kalbus, actor*Märt Kosemets , football player

Mart (broadcaster)
mArt is a local broadcasting station in Amsterdam. Founded by people from Suriname, it was originally focused on the Surinamese community in Amsterdam, but is now broadening its horizons to other ethnic minorities

Marta (name)
Marta is a Czech, Russian, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Georgian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Catalan and Spanish given name for females, derived from Hebrew name מַרְתָּא Martâ "The lady", but some sources claim that it was in use even before the establishment of Christianity, meaning dedicated to Mars. It had male form "Martinus" in Roman culture

Software development
Software development is the development of a software product

Software project management
Software project management is the art and science of planning and leading software projects. It is a sub-discipline of project management in which software projects are planned, monitored and controlled.-History:

Software prototyping
*Software prototyping, refers to the activity of creating prototypes of software applications, i.e., incomplete versions of the software program being developed

Software Requirements Specification
-Organization of an SRS:A Software Requirements Specification – a requirements specification for a software system – is a complete description of the behavior of a system to be developed. It includes a set of use cases that describe all the interactions the users will have with the software. In addition to use cases, the SRS also contains non-functional requirements

The term softwood is used to describe wood from trees that are known as gymnosperms.Conifers are an example. It may also be used to describe trees, which tend to be evergreen, notable exceptions being bald cypress and the larches.

Sogdiana or Sogdia was the ancient civilization of an Iranian people and a province of the Achaemenid Empire, eighteenth in the list on the Behistun Inscription of Darius the Great . Sogdiana is "listed" as the second of the "good lands and countries" that Ahura Mazda created

Sogndal is a municipality in the county of Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. It is located in the traditional district of Sogn. The village of Sogndalsfjøra is the administrative center of Sogndal municipality. Other main villages include Kaupanger, Kjørnes, and Fjærland

Sohar is the most developed city in Sultanate of Oman outside the capital Muscat. It is about 200 kilometers north of Muscat. Sohar was an ancient capital of Oman and many believe it to be the birthplace of Sinbad the Sailor

Soil is a natural body consisting of layers of mineral constituents of variable thicknesses, which differ from the parent materials in their morphological, physical, chemical, and mineralogical characteristics

Soil horizon
A soil horizon is a specific layer in the land area that is parallel to the soil surface and possesses physical characteristics which differ from the layers above and beneath. Horizon formation is a function of a range of geological, chemical, and biological processes and occurs over long time periods. Soils vary in the degree to which horizons are expressed

Soil mechanics
Soil mechanics is a branch of engineering mechanics that describes the behavior of soils. It differs from fluid mechanics and solid mechanics in the sense that soils consist of a heterogeneous mixture of fluids and particles but soil may also contain organic solids, liquids, and gasses and other matter

Sojourner Truth
Sojourner Truth was the self-given name, from 1843 onward, of Isabella Baumfree, an African-American abolitionist and women's rights activist. Truth was born into slavery in Swartekill, New York, but escaped with her infant daughter to freedom in 1826. After going to court to recover her son, she became the first black woman to win such a case against a white man

Sokkie is a style of music and dance unique to Southern Africa and popular mostly with Afrikaners.-Sokkie Dance:Sokkie dance is a style of social ballroom dance with a partner.

Soko J-22 Orao
The Soko J-22 Orao is a twin-engined, subsonic, close support, ground-attack and tactical reconnaissance aircraft, with secondary capability as a low level interceptor. It was designed as a single-seat main attack version or as a combat capable two-seat version for advanced flying and weapon training

Sokol space suit
The Sokol space suit is a type of Russian space suit, worn by all who fly on the Soyuz spacecraft. It was introduced in 1973 and is still used . The Sokol is described by its makers as a rescue suit, and it is not capable of being used outside the spacecraft in a spacewalk or extra-vehicular activity

Sokoto State
Sokoto State is located in the extreme northwest of Nigeria, near to the confluence of the Sokoto River and the Rima River. As of 2005 it has an estimated population of more than 4.2 million

Sol Kerzner
Solomon Kerzner is a South African accountant and business magnate.-Background and career:Kerzner was born in Troyeville, Johannesburg, the youngest of four children to Jewish Russian immigrants

Sol Star
Solomon "Sol" Star was an early resident of the town of Deadwood, South Dakota.Star was born in Austria-Hungary to Jewish parents. When he was ten years of age, his family moved to Ohio. When he grew older he moved to Helena, Montana, where he served as territorial auditor and personal secretary to the governor

Sola Air Station
Sola Air Station in Sola municipality in Norway is operated by the Royal Norwegian Air Force. Air Wing 134 is stationed at Sola along with helicopter Squadron 330.

Sola scriptura
Sola scriptura is the doctrine that the Bible contains all knowledge necessary for salvation and holiness. Consequently, sola scriptura demands that only those doctrines are to be admitted or confessed that are found directly within or indirectly by using valid logical deduction or valid deductive reasoning from scripture

Solano, Nueva Vizcaya
Solano is a 1st class partially urban municipality in the province of Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 56,244 people in 11,205 households.Solano is the central business district in Nueva Vizcaya

Solanum, the nightshades, horsenettles and relatives, is a large and diverse genus of annual and perennial plants. They grow as forbs, vines, subshrubs, shrubs, and small trees, and often have attractive fruit and flowers. Many formerly independent genera like Lycopersicon or Cyphomandra are included in Solanum as subgenera or sections today

Solapur is a city in South Western Maharashtra, India governed by municipal corporation.Solapur is one of the four districts that form the region of Western Maharashtra . It is the fourth largest district in Maharashtra in terms of land area and seventh largest in terms of population

Solapur District
- Solapur District is a district in Maharashtra state of India. The city of Solapur is the district headquarters. It is located on the south east edge of the state and lies entirely in the Bhima and Seena basins. The entire district is drained by the Bhima River.Solapur district leads in beedi production

Solar may refer to:Astronomy* Of or relating to the Sun** A device that utilizes solar energy** Solar calendar, a calendar whose dates indicate the position of the earth on its revolution around the sun* Solar Maximum Mission, a satellite

Solar cell
A solar cell is a solid state electrical device that converts the energy of light directly into electricity by the photovoltaic effect.

Solar collector
-See also:*Solar thermal collector*Solar water heating*Solar air heating*Photovoltaic module*Renewable heat*Concentrating solar power

Solar cooker
A solar cooker, or solar oven, is a device which uses the energy of sunlight to heat food or drink to cook it or sterilize it. High-tech versions, for example electric ovens powered by solar cells, are possible, and have some advantages such as being able to work in diffuse light. However at present they are very unusual because they are expensive

Solar cycle
The solar cycle, or the solar magnetic activity cycle, is a periodic change in the amount of irradiation from the Sun that is experienced on Earth. It has a period of about 11 years, and is one component of solar variation, the other being aperiodic fluctuations. Solar variation causes changes in space weather and to some degree weather and climate on Earth

Solar deity
A solar deity is a sky deity who represents the Sun, or an aspect of it, usually by its perceived power and strength. Solar deities and sun worship can be found throughout most of recorded history in various forms

Solar eclipse
As seen from the Earth, a solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth, and the Moon fully or partially blocks the Sun as viewed from a location on Earth. This can happen only during a new moon, when the Sun and the Moon are in conjunction as seen from Earth. At least two, and up to five, solar eclipses occur each year; no more than two can be total eclipses

Solar flare
A solar flare is a sudden brightening observed over the Sun surface or the solar limb, which is interpreted as a large energy release of up to 6 × 1025 joules of energy . The flare ejects clouds of electrons, ions, and atoms through the corona into space. These clouds typically reach Earth a day or two after the event

Solar mass
The solar mass , , is a standard unit of mass in astronomy, used to indicate the masses of other stars and galaxies

Solar nebula
In cosmogony, the nebular hypothesis is the most widely accepted model explaining the formation and evolution of the Solar System. There is evidence that it was first proposed in 1734 by Emanuel Swedenborg. Originally applied only to our own Solar System, this method of planetary system formation is now thought to be at work throughout the universe

Solar power
Solar energy, radiant light and heat from the sun, has been harnessed by humans since ancient times using a range of ever-evolving technologies. Solar radiation, along with secondary solar-powered resources such as wind and wave power, hydroelectricity and biomass, account for most of the available renewable energy on earth

Solar power in Spain
Spain is one of the most advanced countries in the development of solar energy, since it is one of the countries of Europe with more hours of sunshine. The Spanish government committed to achieving a target of 12 percent of primary energy from renewable energy by 2010 with an installed solar generating capacity of 3000 megawatts

Solar power tower
The solar power tower is a type of solar furnace using a tower to receive the focused sunlight. It uses an array of flat, movable mirrors to focus the sun's rays upon a collector tower

SOLAR Records
S.O.L.A.R. Records was an American record label founded in 1977 by Dick Griffey, reconstituted out of Soul Train Records only two years after it was founded with Soul Train television show host and creator Don Cornelius.-Company history:In 1975, Soul Train Records was founded by Dick Griffey and Soul Train television show host and

Solar time
Solar time is a reckoning of the passage of time based on the Sun's position in the sky. The fundamental unit of solar time is the day. Two types of solar time are apparent solar time and mean solar time .-Introduction:

Solar tracker
A solar tracker is a generic term used to describe devices that orient various payloads toward the sun. Payloads can be photovoltaic panels, reflectors, lenses or other optical devices.

Solar updraft tower
The solar updraft tower is a renewable-energy power plant. It combines the chimney effect, the greenhouse effect and the wind turbine. Air is heated by sunshine and contained in a very large greenhouse-like structure around the base of a tall chimney, and the resulting convection causes air to rise up the updraft tower

Solar variation
Solar variation is the change in the amount of radiation emitted by the Sun and in its spectral distribution over years to millennia. These variations have periodic components, the main one being the approximately 11-year solar cycle . The changes also have aperiodic fluctuations

Solar wind
The solar wind is a stream of charged particles ejected from the upper atmosphere of the Sun. It mostly consists of electrons and protons with energies usually between 1.5 and 10 keV. The stream of particles varies in temperature and speed over time

Solaris (novel)
Solaris is a 1961 Polish science fiction novel by Stanisław Lem. It is about the ultimate inadequacy of communication between human and non-human species.

Solder is a fusible metal alloy used to join together metal workpieces and having a melting point below that of the workpiece.Soft solder is what is most often thought of when solder or soldering are mentioned and it typically has a melting range of . It is commonly used in electronics and plumbing. Alloys that melt between are the most commonly used

Soldering iron
A soldering iron is a hand tool most commonly used in soldering. It supplies heat to melt the solder so that it can flow into the joint between two workpieces.A soldering iron is composed of a heated metal tip and an insulated handle

Soldier (episode)
"Soldier" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. It opened the second season of shows on 19 September 1964.For the second season, Ben Brady took over as producer from Joseph Stefano

Soldier (film)
Soldier is a 1998 science fiction-action film directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. The film stars Kurt Russell as Sgt. Todd, a soldier trained from birth

Soldier Soldier
Soldier Soldier is a British television drama series. The title comes from a traditional song of the same name.Produced by Central Television and broadcast on the ITV network, it ran for a total of seven series and 82 episodes from 1991 to 1997

Sole (foot)
The sole is the bottom of the foot.In humans the sole of the foot is anatomically referred to as the plantar aspect. The equivalent surface in ungulates is the hoof.- Human sole :

Soleil Moon Frye
Soleil Moon Frye is an American actress, director and screenwriter. Frye is best known for her childhood role as the title character in sitcom Punky Brewster, and as Roxie King in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.-Early life:

A solenoid is a coil wound into a tightly packed helix. In physics, the term solenoid refers to a long, thin loop of wire, often wrapped around a metallic core, which produces a magnetic field when an electric current is passed through it. Solenoids are important because they can create controlled magnetic fields and can be used as electromagnets

The Solent is a strait separating the Isle of Wight from the mainland of England.The Solent is a major shipping route for passengers, freight and military vessels. It is an important recreational area for water sports, particularly yachting, hosting the Cowes Week sailing event annually

Solex was a French manufacturer of carburetors and the powered bicycle VéloSoleX.The Solex company was founded by Marcel Mennesson and Maurice Goudard to manufacture vehicle radiators

Solfatara (volcano)
Solfatara is a shallow volcanic crater at Pozzuoli, near Naples, part of the Campi Flegrei volcanic area. It is a dormant volcano, which still emits jets of steam with sulphurous fumes. The name comes from the Latin, Sulpha terra, "land of sulphur", or "sulfur earth"

In music, solfège is a pedagogical solmization technique for the teaching of sight-singing in which each note of the score is sung to a special syllable, called a solfège syllable

Solid angle
The solid angle, Ω, is the two-dimensional angle in three-dimensional space that an object subtends at a point. It is a measure of how large that object appears to an observer looking from that point

Solid modeling
Solid modeling is a consistent set of principles for mathematical and computer modeling of three dimensional solids. Solid modeling is distinguished from related areas of Geometric modeling and Computer graphics by its emphasis on physical fidelity

Solid of revolution
In mathematics, engineering, and manufacturing, a solid of revolution is a solid figure obtained by rotating a plane curve around some straight line that lies on the same plane.

Solid oxygen
Solid oxygen forms at normal atmospheric pressure at a temperature below 54.36 K . Solid oxygen O2, like liquid oxygen, is a clear substance with a light sky-blue color caused by absorption in the red.

Solid surface
Solid surface is a man-made material usually composed of marble dust, bauxite, acrylic or polyester resins and pigments. It is most frequently used for seamless countertop installations.-Performance characteristics:

Solid-state drive
A solid-state drive , sometimes called a solid-state disk or electronic disk, is a data storage device that uses solid-state memory to store persistent data with the intention of providing access in the same manner of a traditional block i/o hard disk drive

SolidWorks is a 3D mechanical CAD program that runs on Microsoft Windows and is being developed by Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corp., a subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes, S. A. . SolidWorks is currently used by over 1.3 million engineers and designers at more than 130,000 companies worldwide

Solihull is a town in the West Midlands of England with a population of 94,753. It is a part of the West Midlands conurbation and is located 9 miles southeast of Birmingham city centre

Solomon Berewa
Solomon Ekuma Dominic Berewa was Vice-President of Sierra Leone from May 2002 to September 2007

Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands is a sovereign state in Oceania, east of Papua New Guinea, consisting of nearly one thousand islands. It covers a land mass of . The capital, Honiara, is located on the island of Guadalcanal

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is a well-known museum located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, United States. It is the permanent home to a renowned collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern, and contemporary art and also features special exhibitions throughout the year

Solomonic dynasty
The Solomonic dynasty is the Imperial House of Abyssinia. Its members claim lineal descent from King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, the latter of whom tradition asserts gave birth to the first King Menelik I after her Biblically described visit to Solomon in Jerusalem .-Overview:The dynasty, a bastion of Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, came to rule Ethiopia on 10 Nehasé 1262 EC

Solon Borglum
Solon Hannibal de la Mothe Borglum was an American sculptor. He is most noted for his depiction of frontier life, and especially his experience with cowboys and native Americans.

A solstice is an astronomical event that happens twice each year when the Sun's apparent position in the sky, as viewed from Earth, reaches its northernmost or southernmost extremes