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Mayberry (Rascal Flatts song)
"Mayberry" is the title of a song written by Arlos Smith and recorded by American country music band Rascal Flatts. It was released in December 2003 as the fourth and final single from their 2002 album, "Melt". The song was a Number One hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks and also peaked at #22 on the U.S

Mayday
Mayday is a distress signalMayday or May Day may also refer to:* May Day, a holiday on or around May 1** International Workers' Day* Mayday, Colorado- Music :* Mayday , an electronic music festival* Mayday

Mayday (Awkward Thought album)
Mayday is the debut album from New York hardcore punk band, Awkward Thought. It was released in June, 2000 on Blackout Records.- Track listing :#"Torsion Badger" – 1:32 #"Slow Down" – 1:18 #"Advance" – 2:22

Mayday (novel)
Mayday is a 1979 thriller novel by American author Thomas Block. The novel was updated in 1998 by author Nelson DeMille and re-released as a paperback.-Plot summary:

Mayday (single)
is the fourteenth single by Bump of Chicken, released on October 24, 2007. The title track is from the album Orbital Period. The single peaked at #2 on the Oricon Weekly Charts, behind , which was released on the same day

Maye (surname)
Maye is an English origin surname variant of May. It is uncommon as a given name. People with the surname include:* Cory Maye , American prisoner* Lee Maye , American baseball player and singer

Mayenne (disambiguation)
Mayenne can refer to:* Mayenne, a department of France in Pays de la Loire* The Mayenne River* Mayenne, a town in the department* Charles, Duke of Mayenne, leader of the Catholic League against Henry IV of France

Mayfair (Metra)
Mayfair is a commuter railroad station on Metra's Milwaukee District/North Line on the border between Albany Park and Portage Park community areas of Chicago. The station is officially located at 4357 North Cicero Avenue , however the actual location is the northeast corner of West Pensacola and North Kilpatrick Avenues

Mayfly
Mayflies are insects which belong to the Order Ephemeroptera . They have been placed into an ancient group of insects termed the Palaeoptera, which also contains dragonflies and damselflies

Mayhem
Mayhem may refer to:* Mayhem , a type of crime- Music :* Mayhem , a Norwegian black metal band* Mayhem * Mayhem ** "Mayhem" , the title track

Mayhem (comics)
Mayhem is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The character of detective Brigid O'Rielly first appeared in Cloak and Dagger #1 , and was created by Bill Mantlo and Rick Leonardi

Mayo
- Places :Ireland* County Mayo* Mayo * Mayo * Mayo * Mayo East * Mayo North

Mayo (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
Mayo was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons from 1611 to 1800. Between 1725 and 1793 Catholics and those married to Catholics could not vote.- County Divisions :Baronies in County Mayo:[n 8]Burrishoole

Mayonnaise (disambiguation)
Mayonnaise may refer to :* Mayonnaise, a sauce* Mayonnaise, a Filipino alternative rock/pop-punk band* Mayonnaise Addiction, a Shonen Knife song on the Strawberry Sound albumother spellings may refer to :

Mayor
In many countries, a Mayor is the highest ranking officer in the municipal government of a town or a large urban city.

Mayor (musical)
Mayor is a musical with a book by Warren Leight and music and lyrics by Charles Strouse. It is based on the best-selling memoir by former New York City Mayor Ed Koch and depicts a single day in the life of the city's leader.

Mayor (the Netherlands)
In the Netherlands and Belgium, the mayor is an appointed government position, whose main responsibility is chairing the executive and legislative councils of a municipality.

Mays
-People:* Benjamin Mays , African-American minister, educator, and social activist* Billy Mays , American television commercial salesman, most notable for promoting OxiClean* Brook Mays, investor in the Brook Mays Music Group

Mayweed
Mayweed is a common name for two different species of flowering plants and also a name commonly used for several members of the tribe Anthemideae whose species are currently in a flux of renaming:Species with common name of Mayweed:

MAZ (gene)
Myc-associated zinc finger protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MAZ gene.-Interactions:MAZ has been shown to interact with BPTF and Deleted in Colorectal Cancer.-Further reading:

Maze (film)
Maze is a 2000 romance film about a New York painter and sculptor—Lyle Maze —with Tourette syndrome and obsessive–compulsive disorder , who falls in love with Callie , the pregnant girlfriend of Maze’s best friend Mike while Mike is away on a long stay in Africa as a doctor.-Development:After viewing a documentary on Tourette's,

Mazer
Mazer may refer to:*Mazer , a type of Germanic drinking vessel crafted from the 13th to the 16th centuries*Mazer, slang for a person who brews mead*Mazer Rackham, a fictional character from Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game series

Mazurka
The mazurka is a Polish folk dance in triple meter, usually at a lively tempo, and with accent on the third or second beat.-History:The folk origins of the mazurek are two other Polish musical forms—the slow machine

MB
- Computers :* Megabyte , a measure of amount of information used, for example, to quantify computer memory or storage capacity* Megabit , a measure of amount of information* MacBook* Motherboard* Message board- File format ".MB" :

MBD
MBD may refer to:* Man bites dog , a slang term used in journalism* Maxwell–Boltzmann distribution, a probability distribution in physics and chemistry* Member Board of Directors or Board of Directors Member* Metabolic Bone Disease

MBR
MBR may refer to:* Minerações Brasileiras Reunidas, a division of Caemi* Malaysian Book of Records* Master boot record, the first sector of a partitioned data storage device, used for booting* Membrane bioreactor* Memory buffer register

McAfee
McAfee, Inc. is a computer security company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA. It markets software and services to home users, businesses and the public sector. On August 19, 2010, electronics company Intel agreed to purchase McAfee for $7.68 billion

McAndrew
McAndrew is a surname, and may refer to:*British journalist and political correspondent Daisy McAndrew.*American Democratic politician Doreen McAndrew DiDomenico*English glamour model Nell McAndrew*American baseball pitcher Jamie McAndrew.

McFarlane (surname)
McFarlane is a surname, and may refer to:In politics:*Brendan McFarlane , Irish republican activist*Jann McFarlane , Australian politician from Stirling, Western Australia

McGill (surname)
-People:* Alexander McGill * Andrew Ryan McGill, American politician* Arnold Robert McGill, Australian ornithologist* Bill McGill , American basketball player* Brendan McGill, Irish footballer* Bruce McGill, American actor* Bryant H

McKenzie (clothing)
McKenzie, is an own label clothing brand available exclusively at sports and fashion retailer JD Sports. A wide range of clothing is available under the McKenzie range, including hoodies, tracksuits, coats, t shirts, bags and footwear. The trademark is used under licence from The McKenzie Corporation Ltd

MCM (French TV)
MCM is a French music video TV channel owned by Groupe MCM. It was started in 1989 by Groupe Europe following the MTV model. MCM broadcasts 3 encrypted music TV channels "MCM France", "MCM Pop" and "MCM Top" as part of the "CanalSat France" subscription TV package from the Astra 19.2°E cluster of Direct-to-Home broadcast satellites at the 19.2 degrees East orbital position.-External

MCO (disambiguation)
MCO may refer to:* IATA airport code for Orlando International Airport* Managed Care Organization* NASA's Mars Climate Orbiter* Modern Chess Openings an important book of chess openings.* Motorsport Club of Ottawa

McQuarrie
McQuarrie is a family name of Scottish origin. It is an Anglicisation of the Gaelic Mac Guaire, which was a patronymic form of the Gaelic personal name meaning "proud" or "noble".-People with the family name McQuarrie:

MD
- Science :* Doctor of Medicine, from the Latin Medicinæ Doctor * Macular degeneration, a condition characterized by progressive thinning and atrophy of the macula area of the retina* Mahalanobis distance, a distance measure introduced by P. C

ME
Me may refer to:* The object form of I -Music:* ME , a hip hop duet composed of Continental T and E-leven* "Me" , a song by Tamia* "Me" * Me * Me

Me (album)
Me is the 3rd album by Fiona Sit, and was released on December 22, 2005. It only contains 7 tracks, but an extensive mini-booklet containing pictures, writing, drawings and personal blog entries by Fiona

Me (Paula Cole song)
"Me" is a song written, produced and performed by Paula Cole. It was released as the third and final single from her double platinum album This Fire. Unlike Cole's previous two singles, "Me" underperformed commercially. The song failed to enter the Billboard Hot 100, but it did peak at #17 on the U.S. Billboard Adult Top 40

Me (song)
"Me" is the second single from Tamia's fourth studio album "Between Friends". The song was recorded for Tamia's previous album "More", but it did not make into the final tracklist. However, it was later included on "Between Friends".-Music video:

Me (Super Junior-M album)
-Chart performance:Me debuted in various Mainland Chinese music charts as soon as it was released on April 30, 2008. Pre-order sales immediately jumped to #1 on Amazon China and other electronic commerces. Me debuted in Taiwan music charts as #2 after its May 2, 2008 release, competing with Sodagreen's new release. The album debuted in Korea's MIAK Monthly Charts as #10

Me Too (album)
Me Too is the second album released by UK band Farrah.- Track listing :#Tongue Tied#Daytime TV#He Gives an Inch#The One That Got Away#This Is My Life#Hopelessly Devoted#First and Last#It's Different for Girls#Half as Strong#Wake Up

Me Too (Ho Ha! Ho Ha!)
"Me Too " is a popular song.The music was written by Harry M. Woods, the lyrics by Charles Tobias and Al Sherman. The song was published in 1926.The song has become a standard, and has been recorded by a number of artists, including Doris Day.

Me Too (song)
"Me Too" is the title of a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer-songwriter Toby Keith. It was released in November 1996 as the third and final single from his album, Blue Moon

Mea Culpa
Mea culpa is a Latin phrase that translates into English as "my mistake" or "my fault". To emphasize the message, the adjective "maxima" may be inserted, resulting in "mea maxima culpa," which would translate as "my most [grievous] fault."

Mea Culpa (album)
Mea Culpa is a 2006 compilation album by Dutch symphonic metal band After Forever. Disc one includes songs from Mark Jansen's time in the band, while disc two is filled with songs from after his departure.-Disc One:

Mea Culpa (disambiguation)
Mea culpa is Latin for "my fault".Mea culpa may also refer to:*Mea Culpa, a novel by Anne Holt*"Mea Culpa", a sculpture by Robert Bryce Muir located in Grizedale Forest, Cumbria, EnglandAlbums*Mea Culpa, by Umbra et Imago

Mead
Mead , also called honey wine, is an alcoholic beverage that is produced by fermenting a solution of honey and water. It may also be produced by fermenting a solution of water and honey with grain mash, which is strained immediately after fermentation

Mead (crater)
Mead is an impact crater on Venus named in honor of the cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead.Mead crater is the largest impact crater on Venus, with a diameter of . The crater has an inner and an outer ring and a small ejecta blanket surrounding the outer ring

Meadow
A meadow is a field vegetated primarily by grass and other non-woody plants . The term is from Old English mædwe. In agriculture a meadow is grassland which is not grazed by domestic livestock but rather allowed to grow unchecked in order to make hay

Meadow (disambiguation)
Meadow or meadows may refer to:* Meadow, a habitat where grasses predominate* Meadow , first bovine calf fitted with double prosthetics.* Meadow , an open source programming project

Meadowlark (disambiguation)
A meadowlark is a bird belonging to the genus Sturnella in the New World family Icteridae.Meadowlark or Meadowlarks may also refer to:* Meadowlark Airport, a small general aviation airport in Southern California

Meadowlark (song)
Meadowlark is a song from the musical The Baker's Wife, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. It has been performed by several famous Broadway singers such as Patti LuPone, Betty Buckley, Liz Callaway, Alice Ripley, and Sarah Brightman.

Meads (disambiguation)
Meads is a district of Eastbourne, East Sussex, EnglandMeads may also refer to:Placenames* Meads, Kentucky, United StatesPeople* Colin Meads , former New Zealand rugby union footballer

Meager
Meager or Meagre can refer to:* Meagre set in mathematics* Mount Meager in British Columbia, Canada

Meal
A meal is an instance of eating, specifically one that takes place at a specific time and includes specific, prepared food.Meals occur primarily at homes, restaurants, and cafeterias, but may occur anywhere. Regular meals occur on a daily basis, typically several times a day

Mean
In statistics, mean has two related meanings:* the arithmetic mean .* the expected value of a random variable, which is also called the population mean.

Mean (disambiguation)
Mean is a term used in math and statistics.Mean may also refer to:* "Mean" , a 2010 country song by Taylor Swift from Speak Now* Mean , an album by Montrose* Mean , an American bi-monthly magazine

Mean (magazine)
MEAN is an American bi-monthly magazine that covers a wide spectrum of pop culture, focusing on trailblazers in the fields of fashion, art, and cinema. It began as a popular music zine in 1997 and continued in that format through 2001, before being re-launched as a national lifestyle publication in 2004

Mean (Montrose album)
Mean is the fifth album by the band Montrose. It has much more of a glam metal sound than previous Montrose albums.Singer Johnny Edwards and drummer James Kottak had previously played together in the line-up of the glam metal band Buster Brown that played on the second Buster Brown album Sign Of Victory, and later played together in the first line-up of the band Wild

Meander (mythology)
Meander or Maiandros is a river in Greek mythology, patron deity of the Meander river in Caria, southern Asia Minor . He is one of the sons of Oceanus and Tethys, and is the father of Cyanee, Samia and Kalamos.

Meanie (Snack)
Meanies are an inexpensive snack food, intended to fill the same niche as products such as crisps, and are supplied in similar packets. They are made from corn and wheat and flavoured to taste of pickled onion. They are made by the Irish arm of KP Snacks.

Meanies
A Meanie is a small stuffed animal made by Topkat LLC, starting in October 1997 and lasting until 2000. A Meanie is a type of bean bag in the form of a stuffed animal toy

Meaning
Meaning may refer to:* Meaning , meaning which is communicated through the use of language* Meaning , extra-linguistic meaning , and natural meaning, where no intentions are involved at all* Meaning has to do with the distribution of signs in sign relations* Meaning as a

Spider
Spiders are air-breathing arthropods that have eight legs, and chelicerae with fangs that inject venom. They are the largest order of arachnids and rank seventh in total species diversity among all other groups of organisms

Spider fighting
The sport of spider fighting occurs in different forms in several areas of the world. Among them are the Philippines, Japan, and Singapore. The fights that occur in the Philippines and in Japan are staged between females of various species of web weavers. Female spiders will kill a rival if the loser does not quickly flee or receive the aid of a human handler

Spider silk
Spider silk is a protein fiber spun by spiders. Spiders use their silk to make webs or other structures, which function as nets to catch other animals, or as nests or cocoons for protection for their offspring

Spider-Man (film series)
The fictional character Spider-Man, a comic book superhero featured in Marvel Comics publications has appeared in three films since his inception. The rights to a motion picture based on Spider-Man were purchased in 1985 and moved through various production companies and studios, at one point having James Cameron to direct, before being secured by Sony Pictures Entertainment.Sony hired comic

Spife
A spife is a tool where the blade of a knife is used as the handle of the spoon, often used for cutting kiwi fruit. Its name is a portmanteau, using the words "spoon" and "knife". More commonly today, a spife is sold with a handle guard that covers the blade of the handle to prevent injury while using the utensil as a spoon

Spike (missile)
Spike is a fourth generation man-portable fire-and-forget anti-tank guided missile with tandem-charged HEAT warhead, developed and designed by the Israeli company Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and in service with a number of nations.

Spike Hawkins
Spike Hawkins is a British poet, best known for his 'Three Pig Poems', included in his one book, the Fulcrum Press collection The Lost Fire-Brigade . He was part of the poetry scene in Liverpool during the 1960s and much of his output upholds the values of that group; short, modernistic, humorous pieces of free verse

Spike Milligan
Terence Alan Patrick Seán "Spike" Milligan Hon. KBE was a comedian, writer, musician, poet, playwright, soldier and actor. His early life was spent in India, where he was born, but the majority of his working life was spent in the United Kingdom. He became an Irish citizen in 1962 after the British government declared him stateless

Spike sorting
Spike sorting is a class of techniques used in the analysis of electrophysiological data. Spike sorting algorithms use the shape of waveforms collected with one or more electrodes in the brain to distinguish the activity of one or more neurons from background electrical noise.Neurons produce action potentials that are referred to as 'spikes' in laboratory jargon

Spillway
A spillway is a structure used to provide the controlled release of flows from a dam or levee into a downstream area, typically being the river that was dammed. In the UK they may be known as overflow channels. Spillways release floods so that the water does not overtop and damage or even destroy the dam. Except during flood periods, water does not normally flow over a spillway

Spinal cord injury
A spinal cord injury refers to any injury to the spinal cord that is caused by trauma instead of disease. Depending on where the spinal cord and nerve roots are damaged, the symptoms can vary widely, from pain to paralysis to incontinence

Spinal Cord Stimulator
A spinal cord stimulator is a device used to exert pulsed electrical signals to the spinal cord to control chronic pain. Spinal cord stimulation , in the simplest form, consists of stimulating electrodes, implanted in the epidural space, an electrical pulse generator, implanted in the lower abdominal area or gluteal region, conducting wires connecting the electrodes to the generator,

Spindle neuron
Spindle neurons, also called von Economo neurons , are a specific class of neurons that are characterized by a large spindle-shaped soma, gradually tapering into a single apical axon in one direction, with only a single dendrite facing opposite. Whereas other types of neurons tend to have many dendrites, the polar shaped morphology of spindle neurons is unique

Spindletop
Spindletop is a salt dome oil field located in the southern portion of Beaumont, Texas in the United States. The Spindletop dome was derived from the Louann Salt evaporite layer of the Jurassic geologic period. On January 10, 1901, a well at Spindletop struck oil . The new oil field soon produced more than of oil per day

Spinifex Hopping Mouse
The Spinifex Hopping Mouse , also known as the Tarkawara or Tarrkawarra, occurs throughout the central and western Australian arid zones, occupying both spinifex-covered sand flats and stabilised sand dunes, and loamy mulga and melaleuca flats.The population fluctuates greatly: in normal years it is sparsely distributed and probably confined to sandy

Spinner Dolphin
The Spinner Dolphin is a small dolphin found in off-shore tropical waters around the world. It is famous for its acrobatic displays in which they spin longitudinally along their axis as they leap through the air.-Taxonomy:

Spinnerbait
A Spinnerbait refers to any one of a family of fishing lures that get their name from one or more metal blades shaped so as to spin like a propeller when the lure is in motion, creating varying degrees of flash and vibration that mimics small fish or other prey

Spinning (textiles)
Spinning is a major industry. It is part of the textile manufacturing process where three types of fibre are converted into yarn, then fabric, then textiles. The textiles are then fabricated into clothes or other artifacts. There are three industrial processes available to spin yarn, and a handicraft community who use hand spinning techniques

Spinning wheel
A spinning wheel is a device for spinning thread or yarn from natural or synthetic fibers. Spinning wheels appeared in Asia, probably in the 11th century, and very gradually replaced hand spinning with spindle and distaff

Spinochordodes tellinii
The nematomorph hairworm Spinochordodes tellinii is a parasitic worm whose larvae develop in orthopteran insects . This parasite is able to influence its host's behavior: once the parasite is grown, it causes its grasshopper host to jump into water, where the grasshopper will likely drown

Spintria
A spintria is a small bronze or brass Roman token, possibly for use in brothels, usually depicting sexual acts or symbols.-Use:Some scholars have argued that spintriae were used to pay prostitutes

Spiny lizard
The spiny lizards are the genus Sceloporus in the family Phrynosomatidae. This genus includes some of the most commonly seen lizards in the United States.- Taxonomy :

Spiny lobster
Spiny lobsters, also known as langouste or rock lobsters, are a family of about 45 species of achelate crustaceans, in the Decapoda Reptantia

Spiral galaxy
A spiral galaxy is a certain kind of galaxy originally described by Edwin Hubble in his 1936 work The Realm of the Nebulae and, as such, forms part of the Hubble sequence. Spiral galaxies consist of a flat, rotating disk containing stars, gas and dust, and a central concentration of stars known as the bulge

Spirit in the Sky
"Spirit in the Sky" is a song written and originally recorded by Norman Greenbaum and released in 1969. The single sold two million copies in 1969 and 1970 and reached number three in the U.S. Billboard chart, as well as number one on the UK, Australian and Canadian charts in 1970. Rolling Stone ranked "Spirit in the Sky" #333 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time

Spirit Lake (Washington)
Spirit Lake is a lake north of Mount St. Helens in Washington State. The lake was a popular tourist destination for many years until the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. With the eruption and resulting megatsunami, thousands of trees were torn from the surrounding hillside after lake water was displaced 800 feet up the hillside

Spirit level
A spirit level or bubble level is an instrument designed to indicate whether a surface ishorizontal or vertical . Different types of spirit levels may be used by carpenters, stonemasons, bricklayers, other building trades workers, surveyors, millwrights and other metalworkers, and in some photographic or videographic work.Original spirit levels had two

Spirit of America
Spirit of America is the trademarked name used by Craig Breedlove for his land speed record-setting vehicles.-The first Spirit of America:

Spirit of Nuff...Nuff
Spirit of Nuff...Nuff is an album by Henry Threadgill released on the Black Saint label in 1991. The album and features seven of Threadgill's compositions performed by Threadgill's Very Very Circus with Curtis Fowlkes, Brandon Ross, Masujaa, Marcus Rojas, Edwin Rodriguez, and Gene Lake.-Reception:The Allmusic review by Stephen Cook awarded the album 4½ stars stating "Henry

Spirit rover
Spirit, MER-A , is a robotic rover on Mars, active from 2004 to 2010. It was one of two rovers of NASA's ongoing Mars Exploration Rover Mission. It landed successfully on Mars at 04:35 Ground UTC on January 4, 2004, three weeks before its twin, Opportunity , landed on the other side of the planet

Spiritual evolution
Spiritual evolution is the philosophical, theological, esoteric or spiritual idea that nature and human beings and/or human culture evolve, extending from the established cosmological pattern or ascent, or in accordance with certain pre-established potentials

Spiritual gift
In Christianity, spiritual gifts are endowments given by the Holy Spirit. These are the supernatural graces which individual Christians need to fulfill the mission of the church. They are described in the New Testament, primarily in , , and . also touches on the spiritual gifts

Spiritual marriage
Spiritual marriage comes from the idea of "love without sex." It is a practice in which a man and a woman live intimately without engaging in any sexual activities

Spiritual possession
Spirit possession is a paranormal or supernatural event in which it is said that spirits, gods, demons, animas, extraterrestrials, or other disincarnate or extraterrestrial entities take control of a human body, resulting in noticeable changes in health and behaviour

Spiritual warfare
Spiritual warfare is a range of activity by various Christian groups whereby Satanic demons are combatted, using a variety of methods depending on the group, but typically through prayer.-Range of practice, history, and methodology:

Spiritualism
Spiritualism is a belief system or religion, postulating the belief that spirits of the dead residing in the spirit world have both the ability and the inclination to communicate with the living

Spirituality
Spirituality can refer to an ultimate or an alleged immaterial reality; an inner path enabling a person to discover the essence of his/her being; or the “deepest values and meanings by which people live.” Spiritual practices, including meditation, prayer and contemplation, are intended to develop an individual's inner life; spiritual experience includes that of connectedness with a

Spirogyra
Spirogyra is a genus of filamentous green algae of the order Zygnematales, named for the helical or spiral arrangement of the chloroplasts that is diagnostic of the genus. It is commonly found in freshwater areas, and there are more than 400 species of Spirogyra in the world. Spirogyra measures approximately 10 to 100μm in width and may stretch centimeters long

Spirometer
A spirometer is an apparatus for measuring the volume of air inspired and expired by the lungs. It is a precision differential pressure transducer for the measurements of respiration flow rates. The spirometer records the amount of air and the rate of air that is breathed in and out over a specified period of time.A Tank-type spirometer works on the same principle as the gasometer

Spironolactone
Spironolactone , commonly referred to as simply spiro, is a diuretic and is used as an antiandrogen.It is a synthetic 17-lactone drug that is a renal competitive aldosterone antagonist in a class of pharmaceuticals called

Spitting cobra
A spitting cobra is one of several species of cobras that have the ability to eject venom from their fangs when defending themselves against predators. The sprayed venom is harmless to intact skin

Splay tree
A splay tree is a self-adjusting binary search tree with the additional property that recently accessed elements are quick to access again. It performs basic operations such as insertion, look-up and removal in O amortized time. For many sequences of nonrandom operations, splay trees perform better than other search trees, even when the specific pattern of the sequence is unknown

Spleen
The spleen is an organ found in virtually all vertebrate animals with important roles in regard to red blood cells and the immune system. In humans, it is located in the left upper quadrant of the abdomen. It removes old red blood cells and holds a reserve of blood in case of hemorrhagic shock while also recycling iron

Split phase
A split-phase electricity distribution system is a 3-wire single-phase distribution system, commonly used in North America for single-family residential and light commercial applications. It is the AC equivalent of the original Edison 3-wire direct current system

Split Second
Split Second is an American television game show which originally aired on ABC from March 20, 1972, to June 27, 1975. The show returned in September 1986 in syndication and ran for one year.

Splittail
The Sacramento Splittail, Pogonichthys macrolepidotus, is a cyprinid fish native to the low-elevation waters of the Central Valley in California. It was first described by William O. Ayres in 1854. It is the sole living member of its genus, the Clear Lake splittail P

Spoiler (automotive)
A spoiler is an automotive aerodynamic device whose intended design function is to 'spoil' unfavorable air movement across a body of a vehicle in motion. Spoilers on the front of a vehicle are often called air dams, because in addition to directing air flow they also reduce the amount of air flowing underneath the vehicle which reduces aerodynamic lift

Spokane Transit Authority
Spokane Transit Authority, more commonly Spokane Transit or STA, provides mass transit services in the Spokane County Public Transportation Benefit Area

Spokane, Washington
Spokane is a city located in the Northwestern United States in the state of Washington. It is the largest city of Spokane County of which it is also the county seat, and the metropolitan center of the Inland Northwest region

Spondias mombin
Spondias mombin is a tree, a species of flowering plant in the family Anacardiaceae. It is native to the tropical Americas, including the West Indies. The tree has been naturalized in parts of Africa, India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. It is rarely cultivated.The mature fruit has a leathery skin and a thin layer of pulp

Spondon
Spondon is a ward within the city of Derby. Prior to this, Spondon was a separate village which dated from before the Domesday Book of 1086.-Description:The name Spondon is Anglo-Saxon and describes a gravelly hill.

Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita
Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita is a rare disorder of bone growth that results in dwarfism, characteristic skeletal abnormalities, and occasionally problems with vision and hearing

Sponge cake
Sponge cake is a cake based on flour , sugar, and eggs, sometimes leavened with baking powder which has a firm, yet well aerated structure, similar to a sea sponge. A sponge cake may be produced by either the batter method, or the foam method. Typicially the batter method in the U.S. is known as a butter or pound cake while in the U.K

SpongeBob SquarePants
SpongeBob SquarePants is an American animated television series, created by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg. Much of the series centers on the exploits and adventures of the title character and his various friends in the underwater city of "Bikini Bottom"

Sponsor
To sponsor something is to support an event, activity, person, or organization financially or through the provision of products or services. A sponsor is the individual or group that provides the support, similar to a benefactor.-Definition:

Spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leak
Spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leak syndrome is a medical condition in which the cerebrospinal fluid held in and around a human brain and spinal cord leaks out of the surrounding protective sac, the dura, for no apparent reason

Spontaneous emission
Spontaneous emission is the process by which a light source such as an atom, molecule, nanocrystal or nucleus in an excited state undergoes a transition to a state with a lower energy, e.g., the ground state and emits a photon

Spontaneous human combustion
Spontaneous human combustion describes reported cases of the burning of a living human body without an apparent external source of ignition

Spoon (liturgy)
The Spoon is a liturgical implement used to distribute Holy Communion to the laity during the Divine Liturgy of the Eastern Orthodox Church and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the Byzantine Rite

Spoon River Anthology
Spoon River Anthology , by Edgar Lee Masters, is a collection of short free-form poems that collectively describe the life of the fictional small town of Spoon River, named after the real Spoon River that ran near Masters' home town. The collection includes two hundred and twelve separate characters, all providing two-hundred forty-four accounts of their lives and losses

Sport (disambiguation)
Sport is organised or unorganised recreation. Today it usually implies competition, usually implies following rules, and often means competitive sports and games. Originally in English, sport is leisure, as in hunting or fishing wildlife for entertainment rather than for subsistence or for the market

Sport Aid
Sport Aid was a charitable event held on May 25 1986, raising $37m to support famine relief in Africa, and is the sporting event with the most participants in history.

Sport rowing
Rowing is a sport in which athletes race against each other on rivers, on lakes or on the ocean, depending upon the type of race and the discipline. The boats are propelled by the reaction forces on the oar blades as they are pushed against the water

Sport TV
SportTV is the brand name for a group of seven Portuguese sports-oriented television channels. SportTV is the dominant subscription television sports brand in Portugal. The first channel, then known as only SportTV, was launched on 16 September 1998 and is produced by ZON Multimédia and Controlinveste

Sports in Puerto Rico
Sports in Puerto Rico can be traced from the ceremonial competitions amongst the pre-Columbian Native Americans of the Arawak tribes which inhabited the island to the modern era in which sports activities consist of an organized physical activity or skill carried out with a recreational purpose for competition. One of the sports which the Taíno's played was a ball game called "Batey"

Spotted gar
The spotted Gar is a primitive freshwater fish of the family Lepisosteidae, native to North America from the Lake Erie and southern Lake Michigan drainages south through the Mississippi River basin to Gulf Slope drainages, from lower Apalachicola River in Florida to Nueces River in Texas, USA. It has a profusion of dark spots on the body, head and fins

Spotted Hyena
The spotted hyena also known as laughing hyena, is a carnivorous mammal of the family Hyaenidae, of which it is the largest extant member. Though the species' prehistoric range included Eurasia extending from Atlantic Europe to China, it now only occurs in all of Africa south of the Sahara save for the Congo Basin

Spotted Moray
The spotted moray, Gymnothorax moringa, is a medium to largemoray eel. It has a long snake-like body, white or pale yellow in color with small overlapping dark-brown spots

Spotted Owl
The Spotted Owl, Strix occidentalis, is a species of true owl. It is a resident species of forests in western North America, where it nests in tree holes, old bird of prey nests, or rock crevices. Nests can be between 13 and 66 yards high and usually contain two eggs

Spotted Salamander
The Spotted Salamander or Yellow-spotted Salamander is a mole salamander common in the eastern United States and Canada. The Spotted Salamander is the State amphibian of South Carolina. It has recently been found that its embryos have algae living inside them in a mutualistic relation.-Description:The spotted salamander is about long