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Mascot (software)
Mascot is a software search engine that uses mass spectrometry data to identify proteins from primary sequence databases.Many research facilities utilize Mascot, either by private or public server for database searching.

Masculine
Masculine or masculinity, normally refer to qualities positively associated with men.Masculine may also refer to:*Masculine , a grammatical gender*Masculine cadence, a final chord occurring on a strong beat in music

Masculinity
Masculinity is possessing qualities or characteristics considered typical of or appropriate to a man. The term can be used to describe any human, animal or object that has the quality of being masculine

Maser (disambiguation)
Maser is a device that produces coherent electromagnetic waves.Maser may also refer to:* Astrophysical maser, a naturally occurring source of stimulated spectral line emission* Mike Maser, a coach for the Miami Dolphins

Mash
-Military:* Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, a United States Army medical unit serving in a combat area of operations-Entertainment:* MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors, by Richard Hooker** MASH , a 1970 dark comedy based on the novel

Mashed (album)
Mashed is a compilation album released on EMI on 12 February 2007. It is one of the first fully legal mashup albums. Most of the tracks were produced by Mark Vidler aka Go Home Productions

Mashed potato (disambiguation)
Mashed potato is a common way of serving potato, made by mashing boiled potatoes.Mashed potato or mashed potatoes may also refer to:* Mashed Potato, a dance move that was popular during the early-1960s

Mashed Potatoes (Steve Alaimo album)
Mashed Potatoes was Steve Alaimo's second album for Checker Records. Like his previous album, it capitalizes on a dance craze, only this time the Mashed Potato.-Side 1:# Mashed Potatoes, Part 1# Ooh Poo-Pah-Doo# She's My Baby# I Like It Like That

Mashino
Mashino is a village in Krasnokholmsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia.

Mashup (digital)
A digital mashup usually is in reference to:1. Digital media content containing any or all of text, graphics, audio, video and animation drawn from pre-existing sources, to create a new derivative work

Masina
Masina may refer to:Places* Masina, Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo* Masina, alternate name of Tabas-e Masina, in Iran* Masina, Lumbini, in Nepal* Masina, Rapti, in NepalPeople* Giulietta Masina , an Italian film actress

Maske
Maske is the debut album of the German rapper Sido. The album reached gold status and sold over 180.000 sold CD's to date.- Success :

Masked (album)
Masked is Machinemade God's second full length album, released on Metal Blade Records on August 24, 2007. The band has changed direction towards a more melodic sound with elements of melodic death metal used. Masked is the final album with vocalist Flow Velten.- Track listing :

Masked (film)
Masked is a 1920 short Western film directed by Mack V. Wright and featuring Hoot Gibson.-Cast:* Hoot Gibson* Virginia Browne Faire* Dan Crimmins* Nelson McDowell* Jim Corey* Tom London

Maski
Maski is a village and an archaeological site in the Raichur district of the state of Karnataka, India. It lies on the bank of the Maski river which is a tributary of the Tungabhadra. The site came into prominence with the discovery of a minor rock edict of Emperor Ashoka by C. Beadon in 1915

Maskin
Maskin may refer to* A certain molecule in biochemistry, for which you are advised to look at Dictyate#Biochemistry mechanism.* Aaron Maskin, an Israeli stage actor and recipient of the Israel Prize.* Eric Maskin, a 2007 Nobel laureate in Economics.

Masking
Masking can mean:*Applying or using a mask*Auditory masking, a class of sensory phenomena where the perception of one sound is affected by the presence of another sound**Temporal masking**Simultaneous masking

Masking (illustration)
Masking is a drawing technique invented in Japan in the mid- to late 20th century employed in comics and animation. It is the use of simplistic, iconic characters in order to assist readers or viewers in associating themselves with them as coupled with highly detailed, nearly photorealistic backgrounds to add visual interest

Maso
-People:Given name* Maso di Banco , Italian painter* Maso da San Friano , Italian painter* Maso Finiguerra , Italian goldsmith, draftsman, and engraver* Carole Maso -People:Given name* Maso di Banco (d. 1348), Italian painter* Maso da San Friano (1536-1571), Italian painter* Maso Finiguerra (1426 – 1464), Italian goldsmith, draftsman, and engraver* Carole Maso -People:Given name* Maso di Banco (d. 1348), Italian painter* Maso da San Friano (1536-1571), Italian painter* Maso Finiguerra (1426 – 1464), Italian goldsmith, draftsman, and engraver* Carole Maso (b

Masochist (album)
Masochist is the first full-length album by deathcore band Elysia. It was originally planned to be released on This City Is Burning Records, but problems forced them to release it independently. Plans for a re-release on the Tribunal Records label also fell through, when the drummer quit right as they were to enter the studio to rerecord it. Thus, the band has always sold it on their own

Mason
Mason may refer to:* Masonry worker, who builds with concrete, brick or stone* Bricklayer, a craftsman who lays bricks to construct brickwork* Mason , a common English surname* Mason , Dutch electronic music duo* Mason , on the Moon

Mason (DJ)
Mason is the stage name of the Dutch music producer duo Iason Chronis and Coen Berrier . They had a number one on the UK Dance Chart in 2007 with their track Exceeder. Exceeder had originally been an instrumental and had received a vinyl only release in the UK in 2006

Masque (band)
- 1980s :Masque is an American rock band formed in Hollywood California in April 1985. Masque performed live for the first time on July 18, 1985 at the Troubadour night club in West Hollywood California. Masque was formed by lead-vocalist Tony Kelly after he departed Hollywood based band Network featuring Drew Forsyth, drummer of the original Quiet Riot with guitarist Randy Rhoads

Masque (Manfred Mann's Earth Band album)
Masque is an album released in 1987 by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.The album is subtitled Songs And Planets and features some parts of Gustav Holst's Planets Suite. It represents the completion of an original project started back in 1973, which planned to use Holst's work as a basis

Masquerade
- Events :* Masquerade ball, a costumed dance event* Masquerade ceremony, a rite or cultural event in many parts of world* Masqueraders, the performers in the West Country Carnival- Film and television :

Masquerade (1988 film)
Masquerade is a 1988 film; a psychological thriller starring Rob Lowe and Meg Tilly. It is directed by Bob Swaim.-Plot:The story centres on the unfolding relationship between Hamptons heiress Olivia and yacht skipper Tim who are introduced soon after the death of Olivia's mother, which has left her tremendously wealthy

Masquerade (Golden Dawn album)
Masquerade is the second album from Austrian Metal band, Golden Dawn.-Track listing:# Silent Inferno # Enthralled by Unknown Dimensions # Doomsday Celebration # Unborn Again # Alive and Immortal?

Masquerade (Kaya album)
Masquerade is the second single by Kaya released on September 6th, 2006. The single peaked at 13th on the Oricon Indies charts during the first week of its release.

Masquerade (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Masquerade" is a sixth season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, Detectives Goren and Eames bring a suspect to New York from Vietnam for trial, who has confessed to the long-unsolved murder of a child beauty queen

Masquerade (song)
"Masquerade" is a song from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical The Phantom of the Opera. It is sung at the beginning of the second act where a New Year's masquerade ball is held at the Opera House

Mass (mass spectrometry)
The mass recorded by a mass spectrometer can refer to different physical quantities depending on the characteristics of the instrument and the manner in which the mass spectrum is displayed.-Accurate mass:

Massa (gorilla)
Massa lived to be 54 years old, and until 2008 was the longest lived gorilla ever recorded.Massa was born in the wild in Ghana. He was shipped to America at an early age and his first owner was Brooklyn eccentric Gertrude Lintz. In 1935, after accidentally spilling water on Massa, which startled him severely, Mrs

Massacre
A massacre is an event with a heavy death toll.Massacre may also refer to:-Entertainment:*Massacre , a DC Comics villain*Massacre , a 1932 drama film starring Richard Barthelmess*Massacre, a 1956 Western starring Dane Clark

Massage
Massage is the manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue to enhance function, aid in the healing process, and promote relaxation and well-being. The word comes from the French massage "friction of kneading", or from Arabic massa meaning "to touch, feel or handle" or from Latin massa meaning "mass, dough", cf

Massais
Massais is a commune in the Deux-Sèvres department in western France.-References:*

Massera
See:* Emilio Eduardo Massera , Argentine military officer* José Luis Massera , Uruguayan mathematician and politician

Masseteric
Masseteric can refer to:* Masseteric artery* Masseteric nerve* Masseter muscle

Massicot
Massicot is one of the natural mineral forms of lead oxide, PbO. Massicot is the orthorhombic dimorph of the tetragonal form of lead oxide, litharge. It forms soft yellow to reddish-yellow, earthy, scaley masses which are very dense, with a specific gravity of 9.64.It was first described in 1841 for an occurrence in Stolberg, near Aachen, Germany

Massif
In geology, a massif is a section of a planet's crust that is demarcated by faults or flexures. In the movement of the crust, a massif tends to retain its internal structure while being displaced as a whole

Massing
Massing is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany.

Massiv
Wasiem Taha better known as Massiv is a German gangsta rapper of Palestinian origin, living in Berlin. During his early career Taha was signed to the label Horrorkore Entertainment, but later he left and signed to major label Sony BMG

Massive
Massive is an adjective related to mass.Massive may refer to:-Media :*Massive Magazine, a Midwestern United States electronic music publication

Masso
Masso is a town in the Solenzo Department of Banwa Province in western Burkina Faso. As of 2005 it had a population of 2,465.-References:

Massy
Massy is the name of the following communes in France:* Massy, Essonne, in the Essonne department* Massy, Saône-et-Loire, in the Saône-et-Loire department* Massy, Seine-Maritime, in the Seine-Maritime departmentMassy may also refer to:

Mast
-Engineering:* Mast , a pole that holds a sail on sailing ships and boats, or radar and telecommunication antennas on modern warships* Guyed mast, a type of tall structure supported by guy-wires

Mast (film)
Mast is a 1999 Bollywood musical film by Indian director Ram Gopal Verma. This was the debut film for Aftab Shivdasani as a lead actor. Till then, he was recognized as a child actor.-Synopsis:

Mast (hieroglyph)
The ancient Egyptian ship's mast hieroglyph is one of the oldest language hieroglyphs from Ancient Egypt. It is used on a famous label of Pharaoh Den of the First dynasty, but forms part of the location hieroglyph: Emblem of the East.

Mastaba
A mastaba, or "pr-djt" , is a type of ancient Egyptian tomb in the form of a flat-roofed, rectangular structure with outward sloping sides that marked the burial site of many eminent Egyptians of Egypt's ancient period

Master
Master or Masters are terms denoting some kind of rank or status, and may refer to:-Ranks and titles:* Master craftsman in the Medieval guilds* Master , a title

Master (film)
Master is a 1997 Telugu film directed by Suresh Krishna and produced by Allu Aravind. Chiranjeevi played the lead role as Sakshi Sivanand, Puneet Issar, and Sathya Prakash played other roles. Music was composed by Deva while cinematography was handled by Chota K

Master (naval)
The master, or sailing master, was a historic term for a naval officer trained in and responsible for the navigation of a sailing vessel

Master (Russian band)
This article is about the Russian thrash metal band. For the American death metal band, see Master .Master is a thrash metal band from Russia, founded in 1987 by former members of Aria.-Biography:

Master Data Management
In computing, master data management comprises a set of processes and tools that consistently defines and manages the non-transactional data entities of an organization

Master of Arts
A Master of Arts is a high academic degree offered at many universities in Europe and the United States.A Master of Arts, Magister Artium, or Magister in Artibus may also refer to:

Master of Ceremonies
A Master of Ceremonies , or compere, is the host of a staged event or similar performance.An MC usually presents performers, speaks to the audience, and generally keeps the event moving.

Master of Ceremonies (album)
American metalcore band Manntis returns with this long awaited and delayed second album, supposed to release in 2008.-Musicians:* Jake Sirokman – vocals* Adair Cobley – lead guitar, backing vocals* Daniel "D-Rock Racadio – rhythm guitar, backing vocals

Mastermind
-In psychology:* Genius* Mastermind , one of the 16 role variants that the Keirsey Temperament Sorter is based on* INTJ , a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator-In games:* Mastermind, classic board game

Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg
Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg ; 1 March 1868 – 28 June 1914) was a Czech aristocrat, the morganatic wife of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. Their assassination sparked World War I.- Early life :

Sophism
Sophism in the modern definition is a specious argument used for deceiving someone. In ancient Greece, sophists were a category of teachers who specialized in using the tools of philosophy and rhetoric for the purpose of teaching aretê — excellence, or virtue — predominantly to young statesmen and nobility

Sophora
Sophora is a genus of about 45 species of small trees and shrubs in the subfamily Faboideae of the pea family, Fabaceae. The species are native to southeast Europe, southern Asia, Australasia, various islands in the Pacific Ocean, western South America, the western United States, the Southern US state of Florida and Puerto Rico

Soprano saxophone
The soprano saxophone is a variety of the saxophone, a woodwind instrument, invented in 1840. The soprano is the third smallest member of the saxophone family, which consists of the soprillo, sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, contrabass and tubax.A transposing instrument pitched in the key of B, modern soprano saxophones with a high F# key have

Sopressata
Soppressata is an Italian cured dry salami. Two principal types are made, a cured dry sausage typical of Basilicata, Apulia and Calabria, the other, a very different uncured salami, native to Tuscany and Liguria. Each of these varieties qualifies for prodotto agroalimentare tradizionale P.A.T. status.-Preparation:Soppressata can be made of fresh hams, as well as other cuts

Sopwith Aviation Company
The Sopwith Aviation Company was a British aircraft company that designed and manufactured aeroplanes mainly for the British Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Flying Corps and later Royal Air Force in the First World War, most famously the Sopwith Camel

Sopwith Triplane
The Sopwith Triplane was a British single seat fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by the Sopwith Aviation Company during the First World War. Pilots nicknamed it the Tripehound or simply the Tripe. The Triplane became operational with the Royal Naval Air Service in early 1917 and was immediately successful

Sorbitan tristearate
Sorbitan tristearate is a nonionic surfactant. It is variously used as a dispersing agent, emulsifier, and stabilizer, in food and in aerosol sprays. As a food additive, it has the E number E492

Sorbonne
The Sorbonne is an edifice of the Latin Quarter, in Paris, France, which has been the historical house of the former University of Paris

Sorghum
Sorghum is a genus of numerous species of grasses, one of which is raised for grain and many of which are used as fodder plants either cultivated or as part of pasture. The plants are cultivated in warmer climates worldwide. Species are native to tropical and subtropical regions of all continents in addition to the South West Pacific and Australasia

Soroti
Soroti is the main municipal, commercial and administrative centre of Soroti District in Eastern Uganda, lying near Lake Kyoga. It is known for the rock formation near the town as well as a variety of Muslim mosques, Hindu temples, Sikh gurdwaras as well as several churches that meet in various buildings in the town varying from the drab Anglican Cathedral to small Pentecostal

Sorrel Weed House
The Sorrel Weed House, or the Francis Sorrel House, is a historic facility located in Savannah, Georgia. It represents one of the finest examples of Greek Revival and Regency architecture in Savannah and was one of the first two homes in the state of Georgia to be made a state landmark in 1954

SOS
SOS is the commonly used description for the international Morse code distress signal

SOS Racisme
SOS Racisme is a French anti-racist NGO, founded in 1984. Its Spanish counterpart, SOS Racismo, is based in Barcelona.-Activities:SOS Racisme's main goal is to fight racial discrimination. Often the plaintiff in discrimination trials, the organization also offers support to immigrants and racial minorities that are facing discrimination

Sosay
Jennifer Elaine Kaiser is an American actress, model, professional wrestler and artist. She is best known for her tenure in Ohio Valley Wrestling under the ring name Sosay .-Early life:

SOSUS
SOSUS, an acronym for Sound Surveillance System, is a chain of underwater listening posts across the northern Atlantic Ocean near Greenland, Iceland and the United Kingdom — the GIUK gap. It was originally operated by the United States Navy for tracking Soviet submarines, which had to pass through the gap to attack targets further west

Sotalol
Sotalol is a drug used in individuals with rhythm disturbances of the heart, and to treat hypertension in some individuals. It is a non-selective competitive β-adrenergic receptor blocker that also exhibits Class III antiarrhythmic properties by its inhibition of potassium channels

Souf
Souf is a City in Jordan, set over a series of mountains at an altitude of 1,000 meters. Souf is situated 35 miles north of Amman the capital of Jordan. The total population of Souf exceeds 25,000 people, while it covers a wide area of agricultural land considered the widest in Jerash

Souk
A souq is a commercial quarter in an Arab, Berber, and increasingly European city. The term is often used to designate the market in any Arabized or Muslim city, but in modern times it appears in Western cities too

Souk Ahras
Souk Ahras is a province in Algeria, named after its capital, Souk Ahras. It stands on the border between Algeria and Tunisia.- Geography :Souk Ahras is situated in the extreme north east of Algeria, it is 4360 km².

Soul Food: The Series
Soul Food: The Series is a television drama that aired Wednesday nights on Showtime from June 28, 2000 to May 26, 2004. Created by filmmaker George Tillman, Jr. and developed for television by Felicia D. Henderson, Soul Food is based upon Tillman's childhood experiences growing up in Wisconsin, and is a continuation of his successful 1997 film of the same name

Soul of the Ultimate Nation
Soul of the Ultimate Nation is a fantasy-based massive multiplayer online role-playing game produced by Webzen, a Korean-based company. It is operated in Korea by WebZen and in mainland China by The9

Soul Train
Soul Train is an American musical variety show that aired in syndication from October 1971 to March 2006. In its 35-year history, the show primarily featured performances by R&B, soul, and hip hop artists, although funk, jazz, disco, and gospel artists have also appeared.As a nod to Soul Trains longevity, the show's opening sequence contained a claim

Soulivong Savang
Crown Prince Soulivong Savang , grandson of the last King of Laos Savang Vatthana, is the pretender to the Lao throne. Laos was a monarchy until 1975, when the communist Pathet Lao seized control of the nation, causing Savang Vatthana to abdicate his throne

Soulja Boy
DeAndre Cortez Way , better known by his stage name Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, or simply Soulja Boy, is an American rapper, record producer, actor, entrepreneur, and internet personality.

Soulmate
A soulmate is believed by some to be the person with whom one has a feeling of deep or natural affinity, similarity, love, intimacy, sexuality, spirituality, or compatibility. A related concept is that of the twin flame or twin soul, which is thought to be the ultimate soulmate

Sound barrier
The sound barrier, in aerodynamics, is the point at which an aircraft moves from transonic to supersonic speed. The term, which occasionally has other meanings, came into use during World War II, when a number of aircraft started to encounter the effects of compressibility, a collection of several unrelated aerodynamic effects that "struck" their planes like an impediment to further

Sound card
A sound card is an internal computer expansion card that facilitates the input and output of audio signals to and from a computer under control of computer programs. The term sound card is also applied to external audio interfaces that use software to generate sound, as opposed to using hardware inside the PC

Sound ranging
In land warfare, sound ranging is a method of determining the coordinates of a hostile artillery battery using data derived from the sound of its guns firing

Sound transmission class
Sound Transmission Class is an integer rating of how well a building partition attenuates airborne sound. In the USA, it is widely used to rate interior partitions, ceilings/floors, doors, windows and exterior wall configurations . Outside the USA, the Sound Reduction Index ISO standard is used

Sounding rocket
A sounding rocket, sometimes called a research rocket, is an instrument-carrying rocket designed to take measurements and perform scientific experiments during its sub-orbital flight. The origin of the term comes from nautical vocabulary, where to sound is to throw a weighted line from a ship into the water to gauge the water's depth

Sounds (TV show)
Sounds was a popular Australian television series featuring pop and rock music. It was broadcast on Saturday mornings on the Seven Network from the late 1970s to the late 1980s.

Soundstage (TV program)
Soundstage is an American live concert television series produced by WTTW Chicago and HD Ready. The original series aired for 13 seasons between 1974 and 1985; a new series of seasons began in 2003, with the latest running through summer 2009, each presented in high definition with surround sound. Some performances have been made available on DVD

Soup kitchen
A soup kitchen, a bread line, or a meal center is a place where food is offered to the hungry for free or at a reasonably low price. Frequently located in lower-income neighborhoods, they are often staffed by volunteer organizations, such as church groups or community groups

Sour Cherry
Prunus cerasus, or the sour cherry, is a species of Prunus in the subgenus Cerasus , native to much of Europe and southwest Asia. It is closely related to the wild cherry Prunus cerasus, or the sour cherry, is a species of Prunus in the subgenus Cerasus (cherries), native to much of Europe and southwest Asia. It is closely related to the wild cherry Prunus cerasus, or the sour cherry, is a species of Prunus in the subgenus Cerasus (cherries), native to much of Europe and southwest Asia. It is closely related to the wild cherry (P

Sour Patch Kids
Sour Patch Kids are a soft candy with a coating of sour sugar created by Paul Mihalick. When sour confectionery was first introduced it was not considered a serious product category, more of a children's fad. Success, however, rocketed it into the mainstream. One of the driving forces behind the brand's growth was its success in cinemas, and even now it is a staple for moviegoers

Source rock
In petroleum geology, source rock refers to rocks from which hydrocarbons have been generated or are capable of being generated. They form one of the necessary elements of a working petroleum system. They are organic-rich sediments that may have been deposited in a variety of environments including deep water marine, lacustrine and deltaic

Soursop
The Soursop is tripti broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree native to Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America, Colombia and Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, Soursop is also native to sub-Saharan African countries that lie within the tropics. Today, it is also grown in some areas of Southeast Asia

Sousaphone
The sousaphone is a type of tuba that is widely employed in marching bands. Designed so that it fits around the body of the musician and is supported by the left shoulder, the sousaphone may be readily played while being carried

South Africa
The Republic of South Africa is a country in southern Africa. Located at the southern tip of Africa, it is divided into nine provinces, with of coastline on the Atlantic and Indian oceans

South African 6th Armoured Division
The South African 6th Armoured Division was the first armoured division in the South African Army and was formed during World War II. Established in 1943, it was based on a nucleus of men from the former South African 1st Infantry Division who had returned to South Africa after the Second Battle of El Alamein

South African Air Force
The South African Air Force is the air force of South Africa, with headquarters in Pretoria. It is the world's second oldest independent air force, and its motto is Per Aspera Ad Astra

South African Airways
South African Airways is the national flag carrier and largest airline of South Africa, with headquarters in Airways Park on the grounds of OR Tambo International Airport in Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. The airline flies to 36 destinations worldwide from its hub at OR Tambo International Airport, using a fleet of 59 aircraft

South African Army
The South African Army is the army of South Africa, first formed after the Union of South Africa was created in 1910.The South African military evolved within the tradition of frontier warfare fought by commando forces, reinforced by the Afrikaners' historical distrust of large standing armies

South African cricket team
The South African national cricket team represent South Africa in international cricket. They are administrated by Cricket South Africa.South Africa is a full member of the International Cricket Council, also known as ICC, with Test and One Day International, or ODI, status

South African Navy
The South African Navy is the navy of the Republic of South Africa.-Formation:The South African Navy can trace its official origins back to the SA Naval Service, which was established on 1 April 1922.

South America
South America is a continent situated in the Western Hemisphere, mostly in the Southern Hemisphere, with a relatively small portion in the Northern Hemisphere. The continent is also considered a subcontinent of the Americas. It is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean; North America and the Caribbean Sea lie to the northwest

South Australia Police
The South Australia Police is the police force of the Australian state of South Australia. It is an agency of the Government of South Australia within the South Australian Department of Justice.-History:

South Ayrshire
South Ayrshire is one of 32 council areas of Scotland, covering the southern part of Ayrshire. It borders onto East Ayrshire, North Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway.

South Bank, Middlesbrough
South Bank is a small town which forms part of the Middlesbrough urban area that lies 2.3 miles from Middlesbrough centre, in North East England. As the name suggests, it lies on the south bank of the River Tees. Although it is part of the Middlesbrough conurbation, it is a ward of Redcar and Cleveland and is within the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire

South Bengal State Transport Corporation
South Bengal State Transport Corporation is a West Bengal state government undertaken transport corporation. It plys buses in South Bengal and other parts of West Bengal to Kolkata

South Boston Speedway
South Boston Speedway or "SoBo" is a short track located just outside South Boston, Virginia, U.S.A.. SoBo is located approximately sixty miles east of another area familiar to most NASCAR fans, Martinsville. It is owned by Mattco, Inc, the Mattioli family trust that owns Pocono Raceway, with second-generation member Joe Mattioli III operating the track

South Boston, Massachusetts
South Boston is a densely populated neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, located south and east of the Fort Point Channel and abutting Dorchester Bay. One of America's oldest and most historic neighborhoods, South Boston was formerly known as Dorchester Neck, and today is called "Southie" by residents

South Boston, Virginia
South Boston is a town in Halifax County, Virginia, United States. The population was 8,142 at the 2010 census.- History :On December 8, 1796, the General Assembly authorized eight commissioners to establish at Boyd's Ferry on the south side of the Dan River the town of South Boston, named for Boston, Massachusetts

South Branch Valley Railroad
The South Branch Valley Railroad consists of a 52.4 mile length of railroad in the U.S. state of West Virginia extending north along the South Branch Potomac River from Petersburg to the CSXT mainline at Green Spring adjacent to the Potomac River

South Carolina
South Carolina is a state in the Deep South of the United States that borders Georgia to the south, North Carolina to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Originally part of the Province of Carolina, the Province of South Carolina was one of the 13 colonies that declared independence from the British Crown during the American Revolution

South Carolina Educational Television
South Carolina Educational Television is the statewide public television and public radio network in the U.S. state of South Carolina. It consists of all the Public Broadcasting Service member [television stations and National Public Radio member radio stations in the state

South Carolina High School League
The South Carolina High School League is the organization that rules and regulates school athletics in the state of South Carolina.

South Carolina Highway Patrol
The South Carolina Highway Patrol is the highway patrol agency for South Carolina, which has jurisdiction anywhere in the state except for federal or military installations. The Highway Patrol was created in 1930 and is a paramilitary organization with a rank structure similar to the armed forces

South Carolina Rail Road
The South Carolina Railroad was the direct successor of the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company, which had operated its 136-mile line from Charleston, South Carolina, to Hamburg, South Carolina, since 1833

South Central Kentucky
South Central Kentucky is a cultural region of 22 Kentucky counties located roughly between I-65 in the Bowling Green area and I-75 around the London area, but within three counties of the Tennessee border and south of the "Golden Triangle"

South Central United States
The South Central United States or South Central states is a region of the United States located in the south central part of the country. It evolved out of the archaic southwest, which originally was literally the western U.S. South

South China Tiger
The South China tiger is a tiger subspecies that originated in southern China and northern Indochina and has been classified as critically endangered by IUCN since 1996 as it is possibly extinct in the wild.

South Cotabato
South Cotabato is a province of the Philippines located in the SOCCSKSARGEN region in Mindanao. Its capital is Koronadal City, and it borders Sultan Kudarat to the north and west, Sarangani to the south and east, and Davao del Sur to the east

South Dakota
South Dakota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is named after the Lakota and Dakota Sioux American Indian tribes. Once a part of Dakota Territory, South Dakota became a state on November 2, 1889. The state has an area of and an estimated population of just over 800,000

South Dakota State University
South Dakota State University is the largest university in the U.S. state of South Dakota, located in Brookings. A public land-grant university and sun grant college, founded under the provisions of the 1862 Morrill Act, SDSU offers programs of study required by, or harmonious to, this Act

South Devon cattle
South Devon cattle, also known as Orange Elephants, are the largest of the British Native breeds. They are believed to have descended from the large red cattle of Normandy which were imported during the Norman invasion of England. The breed is a rich, medium red with copper tints, though it varies in shade and can even appear slightly mottled

South District (Israel)
The Southern District is one of Israel's six administrative districts, and is the largest in terms of land area as well as the most sparsely populated. It covers most of the Negev desert, as well as the Arabah valley. The population of the Southern District is 1,002,400. It is 86% Jewish and 14% Arab . The district capital is Beersheba, whilst the largest city is Ashdod

South Georgia Pintail
The South Georgia Pintail , also misleadingly known as the South Georgian Teal, is the nominate subspecies of the Yellow-billed Pintail , a duck in the dabbling duck subfamily Anatinae