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Medium
- Communication :* Medium , storage and/or transmission tools used to store and deliver information or data* Transmission medium, in physics and telecommunications, any material substance which can propagate waves or energy

Medlar
Mespilus, commonly called Medlar, is a genus of two species of flowering plants in the subfamily Maloideae of the family Rosaceae

MEDLARS (information retrieval)
MEDLARS is a computerised biomedical bibliographic retrieval system. It was launched by the National Library of Medicine in 1964 and was the first large scale, computer based, retrospective search service available to the general public

Medley
-Sports:*Medley swimming, races requiring multiple swimming styles*Medley relay races at track meets-Music:*Medley , multiple pieces strung together*"Medley" -People:

Medley (Five Iron Frenzy song)
Medley is a musical piece performed only during Five Iron Frenzy's final 60 live shows. Like the rest of The End Is Here, it was recorded at their final show in Denver, Colorado on November 22nd, 2003

Medley (music)
In music, a medley is a piece composed from parts of existing pieces, usually three, played one after another, sometimes overlapping. They are common in popular music, and most medleys are songs rather than instrumental. A medley which is a remixed series is called a megamix, often done with tracks for a single artist, or for popular songs from a given year or genre

Medulla
Medulla refers to the middle of something and derives from the Latin word for marrow. Its anatomical uses include:* Medulla oblongata, a part of the brain stem* Renal medulla, a part of the kidney* Adrenal medulla, a part of the adrenal gland

Medulla oblongata
The medulla oblongata is the lower half of the brainstem. In discussions of neurology and similar contexts where no ambiguity will result, it is often referred to as simply the medulla

Medusa (Leonardo da Vinci)
Medusa is either of two paintings attributed by Giorgio Vasari to Leonardo da Vinci. Neither painting survives.- First version :In his Vita di Leonardo , Vasari reports that, as a very young man, Leonardo represented the head of Medusa on a wooden shield:Although art historians have doubted the veracity of this anecdote, Leonardo's shield has been

Medusa (novel)
Medusa is a novel by Michael Dibdin, and is the ninth entry in the popular Aurelio Zen series.-Plot:When a group of Austrian cavers exploring in the Italian Alps comes across human remains at the bottom of a deep shaft, everyone assumes the death was accidental. But then the body is removed from the morgue and the Defence Ministry puts a news blackout on the case

Medusa (Six Flags Discovery Kingdom)
For the Six Flags Great Adventure ride formerly known as Medusa, see Bizarro .Medusa is a steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California.

Medved
Medved is the Slavic term for "bear", literally translating into "one who knows honey." It may also refer to:People:* Aleksandr Medved, Soviet-Belarussian wrestler* David Medved, physicist and father of Michael Medved

MEE (psychedelic)
MEE, or 2-methoxy-4,5-diethoxyamphetamine, is a lesser-known psychedelic drug. It is a diethoxy-methoxy analog of TMA-2. MEE was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. In his book PiHKAL , both the dosage and duration are unknown. MEE produces few to no effects

Mee (surname)
Mee is a surname, and may refer to* Arthur Mee, British journalist and encyclopedist* Arthur Butler Phillips Mee, British journalist and editor* Bertie Mee, British football player and manager* Charles L

Mee (tribe)
The Mee are a people who inhabit West Papua on the Island of New Guinea. They speak the Ekagi language.-External links:

MEED
MEED is a 54-year-old business intelligence tool for the Middle East and North Africa , providing analysis and commentary on Middle Eastern markets, companies, people and data on the regional projects market.-MEED Magazine:

Meedio
Meedio is a company that made a media center software with the same name, and was acquired by Yahoo! in 2006. The new software is named .

Meek
Meek is very nearly equivalent in common usage to humble.Strictly the two are not synonyms, as they are mutually exclusive, once you know the exact meaning & appreciate the etymology.

Meek (street artist)
Meek is a notable street artist operating out of Melbourne, Australia, and specialising in the sub-genre of Stencil graffiti.

Meer
*Meer may refer to:*Fatima Meer, South African writer and anti-apartheid activist*Simon van der Meer*Mir Taqi Mir, an Urdu poet*Meer in the Netherlands*Meer in the Netherlands*Mir, a Canadian rock band, pronounced "meer"

Meer (Overijssel)
Meer is a small village in the Dutch province of Overijssel. It is located in the municipality of Twenterand, about 2 km west of the town of Den Ham.

Meerkat (disambiguation)
A meerkat is a small mammal and a member of the mongoose family.Meerkat may also refer to:* Meerkat Manor, a British television programme* Meerkat , a mine detection vehicle

Meerkat (vehicle)
The Meerkat is the lead vehicle in the Interim Vehicle Mounted Mine Detector IVMMD system , which evolved from a system known as Chubby.The system is manufactured by the Rolling Stock Division of DCD-Dorbyl, a mechanical engineering conglomerate in South Africa.The Meerkat resembles a cross between a dune buggy and a grader, with a pair of horizontally-mounted rectangular

Mees
Mees is a family name of Dutch origin. It may refer to:People* Gerlof Fokko Mees , Dutch ornithologist* Kenneth Mees , British-American physicist and photographic researcher* Paul Mees, Australian lawyer and academic

Meet
Meet may refer to:* Meet * A competitive event in track and field athletics** All Comers Track Meet* MEET – Middle East Education Through Technology

Meeting
In a meeting, two or more people come together to discuss one or more topics, often in a formal setting.- Definitions :An act or process of coming together as an assembly for a common purpose.

Mega
- Science :* mega-, the SI prefix for one million * "megalo-" " meaning large is Megalosaurus* Mega * MEGA, Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis - Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Analysis, is a freely available molecular biology software to assist researchers in making dendrograms and phylogenetic trees.* Middle Eastern Geodatabase for Antiquities

Mega (magazine)
MEGA, subtitled '100% pure Mega Drive' was a monthly magazine, published in the United Kingdom, aimed at users of the Sega Mega Drive and its additions, the Mega CD and 32X. During its time, as one of the main Mega Drive publications, Mega covered the golden age of the Sega Mega Drive; from 1992 to 1995

Megabucks
Megabucks is a combination of the prefix "mega-" and "bucks" , used to denote a large amount of money.It can also refer to:*Lottery games in the:**Oregon Lottery**Wisconsin Lottery

Megabyte
The megabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information storage or transmission with two different values depending on context: bytes generally for computer memory; and one million bytes generally for computer storage. The IEEE Standards Board has decided that "Mega will mean 1 000 000", with exceptions allowed for the base-two meaning

Megadeath
Megadeath is a term for one million deaths by nuclear explosion. It was coined in 1953 by RAND military strategist Herman Kahn and popularized in his 1960 book On Thermonuclear War

Megakaryocyte
The megakaryocyte is a bone marrow cell responsible for the production of blood thrombocytes , which are necessary for normal blood clotting

Megalith
A megalith is a large stone that has been used to construct a structure or monument, either alone or together with other stones. Megalithic describes structures made of such large stones, utilizing an interlocking system without the use of mortar or cement.The word 'megalith' comes from the Ancient Greek megas meaning great, and lithos meaning stone

Megalith (comics)
Megalith is a fictional superhero, as well as the title of a comic book starring the hero published by Continuity Comics. Megalith first appeared in The Revengers #1 in 1985, which had him team up with Armour and Silver Streak. Later, Megalith starred in his own series.-External links:**

Megalomania
Megalomania is a psycho-pathological condition characterized by delusional fantasies of power, relevance, or omnipotence. 'Megalomania is characterized by an inflated sense of self-esteem and overestimation by persons of their powers and beliefs'

Megalomania (Enslavement of Beauty album)
Megalomania is the second album released by Norwegian black metal band Enslavement of Beauty in 2001. The song "And to Temptation's Darkness Forever Abide" was added to the expanded version, where the track order also is different

Megalonychidae
Megalonychidae is a group of sloths including the extinct Megalonyx and the living two toed sloths. Megalonychids first appeared in the early Oligocene, about 35 million years ago, in southern Argentina , and spread as far as the Antilles by the early Miocene

Megalopolis
Megalopolis may refer to:* Megalopolis , an extensive metropolitan area or a long chain of continuous metropolitan areas.** See also, Megacity, Agglomeration, or Ecumenopolis.

Megamix (Boney M. song 1988)
"Megamix" is a 1988 single by German band Boney M. The single peaked at #1 in the French charts and was a minor success in the UK where it peaked at #52. The megamix is a medley of remixed Boney M

MEGAN
MEGAN is a computer program that allows optimized analysis of large metagenomic datasets.Metagenomics is the analysis of the DNA and RNA sequences from a usually uncultured environmental sample

Megan (RFR character)
Megan is a character from the TV show Radio Free Roscoe.Megan was first seen in the episode "You've Got E-mail", where Parker introduces her as "the drummer." She is a very quiet person. She later joins Parker and Lily in their band, No Man's Land. Her signature move is to throw her drum sticks after playing a song.

Megaphone
A megaphone, speaking-trumpet, bullhorn, blowhorn, or loud hailer is a portable, usually hand-held, cone-shaped horn used to amplify a person’s voice or other sounds towards a targeted direction. This is accomplished by channelling the sound through the megaphone, which also serves to match the acoustic impedance of the voice cords to the air

Megaphone (band)
Megaphone is an American rock band from Orlando, Florida, founded in 2004. Their general influences include Foo Fighters, Butch Walker and Led Zeppelin. They formed in late 2004 when founding member Matt Bloodwell traded his drums for a guitar and recruited local rock musicians from the Orlando music scene

Megaspore mother cell
A megaspore mother cell is a diploid cell in which meiosis will occur, resulting in the production of four megaspores. This megasporcyte is formed from two distinct processes – megasporogenesis and megagametogenesis.

Megillah
Megillah may refer to:Bible:*The Scroll of Esther , read on the Jewish holiday of Purim.*Megillat AntiochusRabbinic literature:*Tractate Megillah in the Talmud.

Megillah (Talmud)
Megillah is the tenth Tractate of Mishnah in the Order Moed. It and its Gemara deal with the laws of Purim and offers exegetical understandings to the Book of Esther. It also includes laws concerning the public reading of the Torah and other communal synagogue practices

Megrim
This article is about the fish, For the neurological condition, see Migraine. The megrim or whiff is a species of left-eyed Flatfish found in European seas between 100 and 700 metres below sea level. It is caught commercially in some countries.-Description:It can grow up to 60 cm in length

Megumi (manga)
is a manga about Megumi Yokota, a Japanese girl who was abducted when she was 13 years old by North Korean spies in 1977. The manga concept was conceived by her mother and father and was penned by Souichi Moto under their supervision.-Anime:

MEH
MEH may refer to:* Meh, an interjection to show a complete lack of interest and/or boredom in a given topic/indifferent emotions to a statement* Multiple-effect humidification* Microsomal epoxide hydrolase* the IATA code of Mehamn Airport

Mehr (name)
Mehr is a Persian name that may refer to*First name**Mihrişah Valide Sultan Genoese spouse of Ottoman sultan Mustafa III and the mother of sultan Selim III

Mehran (Magazine)
Mehran is a Quarterly literary Magazine of Sindhi Adabi Board. It is the oldest magazine of Pakistan. it starts in 1947. Thousands of Mehran edition have been published yet and going on. The Mehran writes about all Sindhi literary person in its editions

Mei
-Abbreviations:In education:* MEI Academy, international school* MEI , examination board affiliated with the OCR examination board.

Mei (album)
Mei is the fifth full-length studio album by the American rock band Echolyn, released in 2002.Unlike its precursor Cowboy Poems Free , mei is a typical progressive rock album in that it consists of few, longer, songs with many instrumental sections and complex structures instead of the normal song structure, including verse, chorus etc.- Track

Mein
Mein may refer to:* Mein clan, an ethnic group living along the Forcados River in Delta State, Nigeria* Mein , a variety of Chinese noodles made from wheat* Mein , a song by the band Deftones and System of a Down singer Serj Tankian

Mein (song)
"Mein" is the second single from alternative metal band Deftones' fifth album, Saturday Night Wrist, and their eleventh overall single. The song features Serj Tankian of System of a Down on vocals

Meine
Meine is a municipality in the district of Gifhorn, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is a village and member municipality of the Samtgemeinde Papenteich

Meir
Meir is a Jewish given name and surname.Meir can also refer to:In places:* Meir Park, Tel Aviv, a public park* Meir, Egypt* Meir, Staffordshire, England* Meire Grove, Minnesota, USAPeople:

Meira (comarca)
Meira is a local region in the Galician Province of Lugo. The overall population of this local region is ? .-Municipalities:Meira, Pol, Ribeira de Piquín and Riotorto.

Meister (surname)
Meister is a family name, and may refer to:*Alton Meister , U.S. biochemist*Erwin Meister, Swiss entrepreneur*George Meister , German botanist*John Meister , U.S

Meitnerium
Meitnerium is a chemical element with the symbol Mt and atomic number 109. It is placed as the heaviest member of group 9 in the periodic table but a sufficiently stable isotope is not known at this time which would allow chemical experiments to confirm its position, unlike its lighter neighbours.It was first synthesized in 1982 and several isotopes are currently known

MEK
MEK or Mek may refer to:* In chemistry and industry methyl ethyl ketone, a solvent, used also to weld some plastics* The Iranian guerilla-cum-opposition group Mujahideen-e Khalq* Mek, a comic mini series by Warren Ellis

Mek
Mek is a three-issue comic book mini-series published in 2003 by WildStorm, written by Warren Ellis, pencilled by Steve Rolston and inked by Al Gordon.-Publication history:

Mel (given name)
Mel can be the abbreviated version of the given names: Melvin, Melanie, Melinda, Melissa or Melville. It is also a standalone name from the Gaelic Maol, meaning "follower of Jesus."-People:People with this name include:

Mela (1948 film)
Mela is a 1948 Hindi movie. Produced and directed by S.U. Sunny, it stars Dilip Kumar, Nargis, Jeevan, Rehman and Noor Jehan. The films music is by Naushad.

Sri Lanka Artillery
The Sri Lanka Artillery is a corps of the Sri Lanka Army. It is made up of 7 regular regiments and 2 volunteer regiments. The SLA is headquartered at Panagoda Cantonment, Panagoda.-History:

Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation
The Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation came into existence on January 5, 1967 when Radio Ceylon became a public corporation. Dudley Senanayake who was the Prime Minister of Ceylon in 1967 ceremonially opened the newly established Ceylon Broadcasting Corporation along with Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa and the Director-General of the CBC, Neville Jayaweera.The first board of

Sri Lanka Light Infantry
The Sri Lanka Light Infantry is the oldest regiment in the Sri Lanka Army and the oldest infantry regiment in the army. It is made up of ten regular battalions, five volunteer battalions. Headquartered at Panagoda Cantonment, Panagoda

Sri Lankan national cricket captains
This is a list of all men, boys and women who have captained a Sri Lankan national cricket team at official international level. Sri Lanka became a full member of the International Cricket Council on 21 July 1981. Previously they were an associate member of the ICC from 1965, which made them eligible to compete in the ICC Trophy, the leading one-day tournament for associate members

Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora
The Sri Lankan Tamil Diaspora refers to the global diaspora of the people of Sri Lankan Tamil origin. It can be said to be a subset of the larger Sri Lankan as well as Tamil diaspora.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Ravi Shankar usually known as Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, born Ravi Shankar Ratnam, born 13 May 1956) is a spiritual leader and founder of the Art of Living Foundation , which aims at relieving individual stress, societal problems and violence. It is an NGO with UNESCO consultative status

Sri sukta
Śrī Sūkta, also called Śrī Sūktam, is a Sanskrit devotional hymn revering Śrī as Lakṣmī, the Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity and fertility

Sri Yukteswar Giri
Sri Yukteshwar Giri is the monastic name of Priyanath Karar , the guru of Swami Satyananda Giri and Paramahansa Yogananda. Sri Yukteshwar was an educator, astronomer, a Jyotisha , a yogi, and a believer in the Bhagavad Gita and the Bible

Srikakulam district
Srikakulam District , formerly known as Chicacole, is the extreme northeastern District of Andhra Pradesh, situated within the geographic co-ordinates of 18°-20’ and 19°-10’ N and 83°-50’ and 84°-50’ E

Srimanta Sankardeva
Mahapurusha Srimanta Shankardeva , was the greatest Assamese saint-scholar, playwright, social-religious reformer and a colossal figure in the cultural and religious history of Assam, India

Srinatha
Srinatha was a well-known 15th-century Telugu poet who popularised the Prabandha style of composition.-Biography:Srinatha was born to Bhimamba and Marayya in 1370.

Sringeri Sharada Peetham
Sringeri Sharada Peetham is the southern Advaita Vedanta matha. It is located in Shringeri. It is claimed that it is the first of the four original mathas established by Adi Shankara.-Location:

Srirangam Srinivasarao
Srirangam Srinivasarao , often called Sri Sri , was a popular modern Telugu poet and lyricist. Sri Sri was given the title Mahakavi .-Early life:

Srisailam Dam
The Srisailam Dam is a dam constructed across the Krishna River at Srisailam in the Kurnool district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India and is the 2nd largest capacity hydroelectric project in the country.

Srivijaya
Srivijaya was a powerful ancient thalassocratic Malay empire based on the island of Sumatra, modern day Indonesia, which influenced much of Southeast Asia. The earliest solid proof of its existence dates from the 7th century; a Chinese monk, I-Tsing, wrote that he visited Srivijaya in 671 for 6 months

Sruti
' , often spelled shruti or shruthi, is a term that describes the sacred texts comprising the central canon of Hinduism and is one of the three main sources of dharma and therefore is also influential within Hindu Law

SS American Victory
SS American Victory is a Second World War Victory ship which has been preserved as a museum ship in Tampa, Florida. The ship is the main feature of the American Victory Ship & Museum, also known as the American Victory Mariners Memorial & Museum Ship.-History:Named after American University in Washington, D.C., she was built at the California Shipbuilding

SS Andrea Doria
SS Andrea Doria[p] was an ocean liner for the Italian Line home ported in Genoa, Italy, most famous for its sinking in 1956, when 46 people died. Named after the 16th-century Genoese admiral Andrea Doria, the ship had a gross register tonnage of 29,100 and a capacity of about 1,200 passengers and 500 crew

SS Bremen (1929)
The SS Bremen was a German-built ocean liner constructed for the Norddeutscher Lloyd line to work the transatlantic sea route. The Bremen was notable for her bulbous bow construction, high-speed engines, and low, streamlined profile. At the time of her construction, she and her sister ship were the two most advanced high-speed steam turbine ocean liners of their day

SS Californian
SS Californian was a Leyland Line steamship that is best known for the controversy surrounding her location during the sinking of the RMS Titanic on 15 April 1912. The Californian was later sunk herself, in 1915, by U-34.-History:

SS Cars Ltd
SS Cars Ltd was a British car maker. It grew out of the Swallow Sidecar Company and was first registered under the new name in 1934. Some conjecture to the origins of the SS name exist, It was John Black who when asked the meaning of SS said it has always stood for Standard Swallow

SS Christopher Columbus
The SS Christopher Columbus was an American excursion liner on the Great Lakes, in service between 1893 and 1933. She was the only whaleback ship ever built for passenger service. The ship was designed by Alexander McDougall, the developer and promoter of the whaleback design.Columbus was built between 1892 and 1893 at Superior, Wisconsin, by the American Steel Barge Company

SS City of Benares
SS City of Benares was a steam passenger ship built for Ellerman Lines by Barclay, Curle & Co of Glasgow in 1936. During the Second World War the City of Benares was used as an evacuee ship to evacuate 90 children from Britain to Canada. The ship was purposefully targeted and torpedoed by the with heavy loss of life, including the death of 77 children

SS Conte Biancamano
Conte Biancamano was an Italian liner launched in 1925. The name was chosen in honor of Humbert I Biancamano, founder of the Savoy. She was built in the Scottish shipyards named William Beardmore & Co. in Dalmuir around Glasgow. She was built for the Genovese shipping company named Lloyd Sabaudo

SS Conte di Savoia
SS Conte di Savoia was an Italian ocean liner built in 1932 at the Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico, Trieste.Conte di Savoia was originally ordered for the Lloyd Sabaudo line, however, after a merger with the Navigazione Generale Italiana, the ship was completed for the newly formed Italia Flotte Riunite

SS Edmund Fitzgerald
The SS Edmund Fitzgerald was an American Great Lakes freighter that made headlines after sinking in a Lake Superior storm on November 10, 1975, with the loss of the entire crew of 29. When launched on June 8, 1958, she was the largest boat on North America's Great Lakes, and she remains the largest boat to have sunk there

SS Europa (1930)
The SS Europa was a German built ocean liner constructed for the Norddeutsche Lloyd line to work the transatlantic sea route

SS Goya
SS Goya was a Norwegian refugee ship that carried hundreds of eastern European refugees to New Zealand in 1951. Most notably it carried several men who went on to play a significant role in the development of the New Zealand Muslim Association including Mazhar Krasniqi and Nazmi Mehmeti.The ship departed Pireaus, Greece, and arrived in Wellington on 1 May 1951

SS Great Britain
SS Great Britain was an advanced passenger steamship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company's transatlantic service between Bristol and New York. While other ships had previously been built of iron or equipped with a screw propeller, Great Britain was the first to combine these features in a large ocean-going ship

SS Heimwehr Danzig
SS Heimwehr "Danzig" was an SS unit established in the Free City of Danzig before the Second World War. It fought with the German army against the Polish Army during the invasion of Poland

SS Ile de France
The SS Ile de France was a French ocean liner built in Saint-Nazaire, France for the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique. The ship was the first major ocean liner built after the conclusion of World War I and was the first liner ever to be decorated entirely with designs associated with the Art Deco style

SS Kosciuszko
The SS Kościuszko was a Polish passenger ship, named after Tadeusz Kościuszko.She was originally a liner Tsarina and later Lituania before becoming the Kościuszko and afterwards Empire Helford.

SS Lurline (1932)
SS Lurline was the third Matson Lines vessel to hold that name and the last of four fast and luxurious ocean liners that Matson built for the Hawaii and Australasia runs from the West Coast of the United States. Lurlines sister ships were , and

SS Mariposa
SS Mariposa was a luxury ocean liner launched in 1931; one of four ships in the Matson Lines "White Fleet" which included , and . It was later renamed the SS Homeric.-Career with Matson Lines:

SS Omrah
SS Omrah was an ocean liner for the Orient Steam Navigation Company built in 1899 for passenger service between the United Kingdom and Australia. During World War I, the ship was taken over for use as a troopship. On 12 May 1918, while headed from Marseilles to Alexandria, Omrah was torpedoed and sunk by German submarine from Sardinia

SS Panzergrenadier Brigade 51
SS Panzergrenadier Brigade 51 was a formation of the Waffen SS during World War II. It was created in June 1944, from units stationed at the NCO'S and replacement units

SS Rex
The SS Rex was an Italian ocean liner launched in 1931. It held the westbound Blue Riband between 1933 and 1935. Originally built for the Navigazione Generale Italiana as the SS Guglielmo Marconi, its state-ordered merger with the Lloyd Sabaudo line meant that the ship sailed for the newly created Italia Flotta Riunite

SS Roma (1926)
SS Roma was a 30,000 gross register ton ocean liner built for the Italian shipping company Navigazione Generale Italiana of Genoa by Ansaldo shipyard in Sestri Ponente. She was the sister ship to MS Augustus

SS United States
SS United States is a luxury passenger liner built in 1952 for the United States Lines designed to capture the trans-Atlantic speed record.

SS Yarmouth Castle
SS Yarmouth Castle was a steamship whose loss in a disastrous fire in 1965 prompted new laws regarding safety at sea.- Early history :She was built in 1927 by the William Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was christened Evangeline. The ship was 365 feet long and measured 5,002 gross tons

SsangYong Actyon
The SsangYong Actyon is a series of compact crossover SUV that replaced the SsangYong Korando and SsangYong Musso Sports and is available as either Coupe Sports or Sports Utility Truck .

SsangYong Istana
The SsangYong Istana is a 2, 9, 12 and 15 seat van based on the Mercedes-Benz MB100 'Bus' variant. It comes with most of the options of the MB100 as well.-References:

SsangYong Korando
The SsangYong Korando is a small SUV produced from 1983–2006 and from 2010-onwards. The name Korando is a contraction of "Korea Can Do".-First generation:

Ssangyong Kyron
The SsangYong Kyron is a compact 'soft-roader' SUV built by SsangYong Motor Company. It has a / Mercedes-Benz diesel engine and was designed by MG's Ken Greenly

SsangYong Motor Company
SsangYong Motor Company is the fourth largest South Korean automobile manufacturer. The name SsangYong means double dragons.SsangYong was acquired by India's Mahindra & Mahindra Limited in February 2011, after being named the preferred bidder in 2010 to acquire the bankruptcy-protected company

SsangYong Musso
The SsangYong Musso is a SUV manufactured by the South Korean automobile manufacturer SsangYong Motor Company, from 1993 to 2005. "Musso" means Rhinoceros in Korean.

SsangYong Rexton
The SsangYong Rexton is a sport utility vehicle based on the Mercedes-Benz M-Class, initially released in Korea by the SsangYong Motor Company in late 2001. This vehicle offers standard appointments such as quiet on-road performance, car-like handling, and off-road capability, and can be configured to seat seven people or as a five-seater

SSX
SSX is the first in the SSX series of snowboarding video games

St Columb Major
St Columb Major is a civil parish and town in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Often referred to locally as St Columb, it is situated approximately seven miles southwest of Wadebridge and six miles east of Newquay

St Cyrus
St Cyrus is a village located in the extreme south of Aberdeenshire, Scotland.-General information:

St Faith
Saint Faith is a saint who is said to have been a girl or young woman of Agen in Aquitaine. Her legend recounts how she was arrested during persecution of Christians by the Roman Empire and refused to make pagan sacrifices even under torture. Saint Faith was tortured to death with a red-hot brazier

St George Hospital, Sydney
The St George Hospital and Community Health Service is a tertiary referral hospital located in Kogarah, a southern suburb of Sydney, NSW, Australia

St George in the East
St George in the East is an Anglican Church and one of six Hawksmoor churches in London, England, built from 1714 to 1729, with funding from the 1711 Act of Parliament

St Helena and Ascension coins
The islands of Saint Helena and Ascension, which are constituents of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, have their own currency, the Saint Helena pound, which is linked to the pound sterling. As a consequence, the government of St Helena mints its own coins. In 1976, the government began issuing notes, with circulation coins following in 1984

St Helens RFC
St Helens Rugby League Football Club are a professional rugby league club from St Helens, Merseyside, North West England who play in the Super League. Nicknamed Saints, they were a founder member of the Northern Rugby Football Union. They have been league champions on 12 occasions and runners up 12 times

St Helens, Merseyside
St Helens is a large town in Merseyside, England. It is the largest settlement and administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens with a population of just over 100,000, part of an urban area with a total population of 176,843 at the time of the 2001 Census

St John Brodrick, 1st Earl of Midleton
William St John Fremantle Brodrick, 1st Earl of Midleton, KP, PC , known as St John Brodrick until 1907 and as The Viscount Midleton between 1907 and 1920, was a British Conservative Party politician.

St Mary's Hospital (London)
St Mary's Hospital is a hospital located in Paddington, London, England that was founded in 1845. Since the UK's first academic health science centre was created in 2008, it is operated by Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, which also operates Charing Cross Hospital, Hammersmith Hospital, Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital and Western Eye Hospital; and runs some services at

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (Ottawa)
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church is the oldest Presbyterian church in Ottawa, Canada.-Creation:St. Andrews is Ottawa's oldest Protestant [Presbyterian Church in Canada] congregation, with the original church opening in 1828

St. Catharines City Council
The St. Catharines City Council is the governing body of the City of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.The council consists of the mayor plus twelve elected councilors, with two councilors representing each of the six municipal wards

St. Elizabeths Hospital
St. Elizabeths Hospital is a psychiatric hospital operated by the District of Columbia Department of Mental Health. It was the first large-scale, federally-run psychiatric hospital in the United States. Housing several thousand patients at its peak, St. Elizabeths had a fully functioning medical-surgical unit and offered accredited internships and psychiatric residencies

St. Francis River
The Saint Francis River is a tributary of the Mississippi River, about long, in southeastern Missouri and northeastern Arkansas in the United States

St. Francis Xavier University
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St. George Dragons
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