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Mia Mia
Mia Mia may refer to the following:*Mia Mia is a temporary shelter used by some Indigenous Australians*Mia Mia, Victoria is a town in the State of Victoria in Australia

Mia Mia (shelter)
A Mia Mia is a temporary shelter made of bark, branches, leaves and grass used by some Indigenous Australians. It is also used in Australian English to mean a temporary shelter. It comes from the language Wada Wurrung.-External links:

Miami (Babasónicos album)
Miami is the fifth album by Argentine rock group Babasónicos. This is the last album in which member DJ Peggyn participated; he left the band in 2000 for a solo career, renaming himself Jimmy Dolor.The album cover was designed by Alejandro Ros

Miami (Counting Crows song)
"Miami" is a single by the American rock band Counting Crows. It is the seventh track on their fourth album Hard Candy .-Track listing:# "Miami" - 3:37# "Miami" - 5:01

Miami (disambiguation)
Miami is a city in the U.S. state of Florida.Miami may also refer to:- Culture :* Miami people, a Native American ethnic group* Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, a federally recognized tribe* Miami language, the language spoken by the Miami tribe

Miami (Gun Club album)
Miami is the second album by punk blues group The Gun Club, released in 1982.Debbie Harry appears as a backing singer on various tracks on the album under the pseudonym "D.H

Miami (Izzy Stradlin album)
Miami is former Guns N' Roses rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin's 7th solo album, released only on iTunes on the 30 May 2007. Izzy announced through his website that he and bassist JT Longoria had remixed the album, and would be releasing the 10 songs on iTunes on 24 July

Miami (The Go Find album)
Miami is the first album from Belgian solo act The Go Find, released in 2004 by Morr Music.-Track listing:#"Over the Edge" – 4:18#"Summer Quest" – 5:00#"City Dreamer" – 2:54#"What I Want" – 3:46#"Sky Window" – 4:12#"Bleeding Heart" – 3:54

Miami (Will Smith song)
"Miami" is a 1998 single from Will Smith's debut solo album Big Willie Style. It samples The Whispers' 1980 hit "And the Beat Goes On". The song charted at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 3 on the UK charts. It won an MTV VMA Best Male Video award. The video features an early appearance of future Hitch co-star Eva Mendes

Miao may refer to*Miao people, linguistically and culturally related group of people, recognized as such by the government of the People's Republic of China*Miao , a Daoist shrine or temple*Miao, Changlang, town in Arunachal Pradesh, India

Miasma may refer to:* Miasma theory of disease, bad air causing disease* Miasma , a death metal band from Austria* Miasma , a 2005 album by the melodic death metal band The Black Dahlia Murder

Mica and similar may refer to:* Mica, a group of sheet silicate minerals- Places in Romania :* Mica, Cluj, a commune in Cluj County* Mica, Mureş, a commune in Mureş County* Mica, a village in Bascov Commune, Argeş County-Other:* John L. Mica, the U.S

Micah is a given name.Micah is the name of several people in the Hebrew Bible , and means "who is like God?". The name is sometimes found with theophoric extensions

Micah (disambiguation)
Micah is a Hebrew name used for several people in the Bible. Micah may also refer to:*Book of Micah, in the Hebrew Bible, attributed to Micah the Prophet**Micah , its attributed author*Micah Challenge UK, British anti-poverty coalition

Micah (prophet)
Micah, meaning “who is like Yahweh," was a prophet who prophesied from approximately 737-690 BC in Judah and is the author of the Book of Micah. He was a contemporary of the prophets Isaiah, Amos and Hosea and is considered one of the twelve minor prophets of the Tanakh . Micah was from Moresheth-Gath, in southwest Judah

Michael is a given name that comes from the , derived from the Hebrew question מי כמו אלוהים? meaning "Who is like God?" In English, it is sometimes shortened to Mike, Mikey, or, especially in Ireland, Mick

Michael (bishop elect)
Michael was a medieval Bishop of Hereford elect. He was a canon of Lichfield Cathedral before being elected by the cathedral chapter of Hereford Cathedral to succeed Ralph de Maidstone, but the election was quashed in August 1240.-References:

Michael (poem)
Michael: A Pastoral Poem, written in 1800, is a one of William Wordsworth's best known poems and the subject of much critical literature. It was first published in the 1800 edition of Lyrical Ballads

MICHAEL (webportal)
MICHAEL stands for Multilingual Inventory of Cultural Heritage in Europe. This web portal offers access to digital collections from museums, libraries and archives in different European countries.-What kind of information can be found:

Michaelmas, the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel is a day in the Western Christian calendar which occurs on 29 September

Michaelmas (disambiguation)
Michaelmas is a day in the Christian calendar.Michaelmas may also refer to:* Michaelmas , a science fiction novel by Algis Budrys* Michaelmas term, the first term of the academic years of several United Kingdom universities

Michaelmas (novel)
Michaelmas is a science fiction novel by Algis Budrys.-Story:The novel is set in the near future .

Michał may refer to:* Michał Życzkowski , Polish technician* Michał Drzymała , Polish rebel* Michał Gedeon Radziwiłł , Polish noble

Miche may refer to:*Miche , a handbag company*Miche , a type of Pain de campagne*Miche , an Italian bicycle company*Miche *Miche , an Argentinian Thoroughbred racehorse

Michel (name)
Michel is both a given name and a surname. The given name is an English and German form of the personal name Michael. The surname has several different origins. When the name originates from France, Germany and the Netherlands it is also a form of the personal name Michael. The Basque name is a variant of the personal name Mitxel which is also an equivalent of Michael

Michele, pronounced ‘mee-shell’, is an English female given name that comes from the French Michèle. It is a variant spelling of the more common name Michelle.

Michelle (German singer)
Michelle is the stage name of German singer Tanja Shitawey . She was born in Villingen-Schwenningen on 15 February 1972. She represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 with the song Wer Liebe lebt , which placed 8th from 23 participating countries with 66 points

Michelle Paver
Michelle Paver is a British-based novelist and children's writer, author of the six-book series Chronicles of Ancient Darkness, set in the pre-agricultural Stone Age.- Biography :

Michelle Tumes
Michelle Tumes is a popular Australian Contemporary Christian musician. Michelle was born in Adelaide, Australia.-Career:Tumes first signed with an Australian publisher, but soon after moved to the United States to write songs for CCM musicians such as Jaci Velasquez

Michelle Tumes
Michelle Tumes is a popular Australian Contemporary Christian musician. Michelle was born in Adelaide, Australia.-Career:Tumes first signed with an Australian publisher, but soon after moved to the United States to write songs for CCM musicians such as Jaci Velasquez

Michener may refer to:People:*Charles Duncan Michener, American entomologist *Earl C. Michener, U.S. Representative from Michigan *Edward Michener, Canadian politician *James A. Michener, American novelist

Miches is a town in the El Seibo province of the Dominican Republic.Miches is a small town with many smaller towns surrounding it. Historically, it has its roots as a fishing town, deriving much of its income and protein from the surrounding waters

is the twenty-third single of Japanese pop band Exile. It was released on February 14, 2007 and was limited to 100,000 copies. The song has been certified as being downloaded more than 1,000,000 times as a ringtone by the RIAJ, and more than 250,000 times as a full-length download to cellphones.- CD :# – 4:40# "Michi -Piano Version-" – 4:48# "Michi" – 4:40# "Michi -Piano

Michigan (1903 automobile)
The Michigan was an automobile built in Kalamazoo, Michigan by the Michigan Automobile Company from 1903 to 1908.The men behind the company were the Fuller brothers, Charles D., and Frank D. They owned the Fuller Brothers Manufacturing Company that made washboards and other wood products

Michigan (1908 automobile)
The Michigan Buggy Company started out building high-wheeled buggies in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In 1911, they started producing low-built tourers and roadsters, which were powered by 33 hp or 40 hp four-cylinder engines. These were known by "Mighty Michigans" in company advertisements, but were never officially named this. The company was in business from 1908-14.

Mick may refer to:* Mick Jagger, lead singer and songwriter for The Rolling Stones* Mick Fleetwood, drummer and founding member of Fleetwood Mac* Mick Mercer, British journalist* a common nickname for Michael

Mickey is a common name, derived from Michael. The word may refer to one of the following:-Fictional characters:* Mickey Mouse, a Disney cartoon character* Mickey Goldmill, a character from the Rocky franchise

Mickey (1918 film)
Mickey is a 1918 silent comedy-drama film starring Mabel Normand, directed by F. Richard Jones and James Young, and written by J.G. Hawks. The movie was produced by the Mabel Normand Feature Film Company.-Plot:

Mickey Finn
Mickey Finn may refer to:* Mickey Finn , a drug-laced drink* Mickey Finn , a long-running comic strip* Micky Finn , a fictional character and pseudonym of the 19th century writer Ernest Jarrold

Mickey Mouse (comics)
Mickey Mouse is a comic book series that has a long-running history, first appearing in 1941 as part of the Four Color one-shot series

Mickle is a surname. People with the surname Mickle include:* Andrew H. Mickle, the Mayor of New York from 1846 to 1847* Charles Mickle, , a Canadian politician* Charles Mickle * Stephan P. Mickle , an American lawyer and judge

Mico (band)
-History:Formed in the late 1990s by John Stewart , Mico originally existed as a 3-piece consisting of Todd Lapp , Troy "BDF" Fleischhaker and John Stewart

Micro is a prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10-6 . Confirmed in 1960, the prefix comes from the Greek , meaning "small".The symbol for the prefix is the Greek letter μ

Micro is a word that comes from the Greek , meaning "small". It can be used to indicate a smaller than average scale, as opposed to prefixes mega and macro, which can be used to indicate a larger than average scale.Some examples are:

Micro Cars
Micro Cars is a automobile company based in Peliyagoda, Sri Lanka, Founded in 1995. This was established by automobile engineer, Dr. Lawrence Perara. Their first introduction was "Micro Privilege" which had 1000cc gasoline engine with inline 4 cylinders

A microbicide is any compound or substance whose purpose is to reduce the infectivity of microbes, such as viruses or bacteria. One example is Wood Tar .- See also :* Antibiotics* Bactericide* Fungicide* Microbicides for sexually transmitted diseases

Microbiology (journal)
Microbiology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that covers research in all aspects of microbiology, including the biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, developmental biology, physiology, pathogenicity, biodiversity, evolution, and genetics of microorganisms and viruses. It also covers plant–microbe interactions, and environmental and theoretical microbiology

A microcarrier is a support matrix allowing for the growth of adherent cells in bioreactors.In 1967, microcarrier development began when van Wezel found that microcarriers could support the growth of anchorage-dependent cells.[1] Microcarriers are typically 125 - 250 micrometre spheres and their density allows them to be maintained in suspension with gentle stirring

Microchannel (microtechnology)
Microchannel in microtechnology is a channel with a hydraulic diameter below 1 mm. Microchannels are used in fluid control and heat transfer .

Microchip can also refer to:* Integrated circuit, a set of electronic components on a single unit.* Microchip Technology, a company that makes popular 8, 16 and 32-bit microcontroller lines.* Microchip implant , a microchip implanted into animals.

Microcosm may refer to:* Macrocosm and microcosm, a philosophical idea* Microcosm , a museum near Geneva, Switzerland* Microcosm , a 1993 shoot 'em up by Psygnosis* Microcosm Ltd, a UK software protection company

Microcosm (clock)
Microcosm was a unique clock made by Henry Bridges of Waltham Abbey, England. It stood 10-12 feet high, and six across the base, it toured Great Britain, North America and the West Indies as a visual and musical entertainment as well as demonstrating astronomical movements.It was first advertised for exhibition in 1733, but it is also claimed that Sir Isaac Newton, who died in 1727

Microcosmic salt
Microcosmic salt is a salt found in urine with the formula NaHPO4. In the mineral form, microcosmic salt is called stercorite.

Microcosmus may refer to:*The scientific name for kraken devised by Carl von Linné*Microcosmus , a genus of tunicates

This is an abnormally sized red blood cell. By definition it is 5 micrometers or smaller in diameter. It is often associated with several forms of anemia.- References :

Microelectrophoresis is a method of studying electrophoresis of various dispersed particles using optical microscopy. This method provides image of moving particles, which is its unique advantage.

Microevolution is the changes in allele frequencies that occur over time within a population. This change is due to four different processes: mutation, selection , gene flow, and genetic drift.

Microfauna refers to microscopic organisms that exhibit animal-like qualities. Microfauna are represented in the animal kingdom and the protist kingdom

In the metric system, a microgram is a unit of mass equal to one millionth of a gram , or 1/1000 of a milligram. It is one of the smallest units of mass commonly used

Microlith (catalytic reactor)
Microlith is a brand of catalytic reactor constructed with a very thin substrate with short metal channels that resemble screens or meshes. Microlith reactors have low pressure drop, enabling design of a high cell density and low thermal mass, which simultaneously leads to a smaller, lighter and higher efficiency catalytic reactor

A micromanipulator is a device which is used to physically interact with a sample under a microscope, where a level of precision of movement is necessary that cannot be achieved by the unaided human hand

Micromasters is a Transformers subline composed of small figures that came packaged in groups and with bases that interacted with the figures. They were sold at the peak of Galoob's Micro Machines craze and were packaged in groups of four just like Micro Machines

Micrometastasis is a form of metastasis in which the newly formed tumors are too minuscule to be detected

A micrometeoroid is a tiny meteoroid; a small particle of rock in space, usually weighing less than a gram. A micrometeor or micrometeorite is such a particle that enters the Earth's atmosphere or falls to Earth.-Scientific interest:

String theory landscape
The string theory landscape or anthropic landscape refers to the large number of possible false vacua in string theory. The "landscape" includes so many possible configurations that some physicists think that the known laws of physics, the standard model and general relativity with a positive cosmological constant, occur in at least one of them

Striped bark scorpion
The striped bark scorpion is an extremely common scorpion found throughout the midsection of the United States and northern Mexico

Striped bass
The striped bass is the state fish of Maryland, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and the state saltwater fish of New York, Virginia, and New Hampshire

Striped Hyena
The Striped Hyena is a species of true hyena native to North and East Africa, the Caucasus, the Middle East, Middle and Central Asia and the Indian Subcontinent

Striped Skunk
The striped skunk, Mephitis mephitis, is an omnivorous mammal of the skunk family Mephitidae. Found over most of the North American continent north of Mexico, it is one of the best-known mammals in Canada and the United States.-Description:

Stroh Brewery Company
The Stroh Brewery Company was a beer brewery located in Detroit, Michigan. In addition to their own Stroh's brand, they produced or bought the rights to several other brands including Goebel, Schaefer, Schlitz, Augsburger, Erlanger, Lone Star, Old Milwaukee, Red River, and Signature, as well as manufacturing Stroh's Ice Cream

Stromboli is a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, containing one of the three active volcanoes in Italy. It is one of the eight Aeolian Islands, a volcanic arc north of Sicily. This name is a corruption of the Ancient Greek name Strongulē which was given to it because of its round swelling form. The island's population is between 400 and 850

Stromboli (food)
Stromboli is a type of turnover filled with various cheeses, typically mozzarella, Italian meats such as salami, capicola and bresaola or vegetables

Strong interaction
In particle physics, the strong interaction is one of the four fundamental interactions of nature, the others being electromagnetism, the weak interaction and gravitation. As with the other fundamental interactions, it is a non-contact force

Strongbow Cider
Strongbow is a brand of dry cider manufactured in England by H.P. Bulmer. Popular since it was launched in 1962, it is the best selling cider in the world, and its sales account for more than 20% of all the cider sold in the UK

Strontium nitrate
Strontium nitrate is an inorganic compound with the formula Sr2. This colourless solid is used as an colorant in pyrotechnics.- Preparation:Strontium nitrate is typically generated by the reaction of nitric acid on strontium carbonate..

Strood is a town in the unitary authority of Medway in South East England. It is part of the ceremonial county of Kent. It lies on the north west bank of the River Medway at its lowest bridging point, and is part of the Rochester post town.

Strophanthus is a genus of 35-40 species of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae, native mainly to tropical Africa, extending to South Africa, with a few species in Asia, from southern India to the Philippines and southern China. The name derives from the long twisted threadlike segments of the corolla, which in one species Strophanthus is a genus of 35-40 species of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae, native mainly to tropical Africa, extending to South Africa, with a few species in Asia, from southern India to the Philippines and southern China. The name (strophos anthos, "twisted cord flower") derives from the long twisted threadlike segments of the corolla, which in one species Strophanthus is a genus of 35-40 species of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae, native mainly to tropical Africa, extending to South Africa, with a few species in Asia, from southern India to the Philippines and southern China. The name (strophos anthos, "twisted cord flower") derives from the long twisted threadlike segments of the corolla, which in one species (S

Structural analysis
Structural analysis is the determination of the effects of loads on physical structures and their components. Structures subject to this type of analysis include all that must withstand loads, such as buildings, bridges, vehicles, machinery, furniture, attire, soil strata, prostheses and biological tissue

Structural engineering
Structural engineering is a field of engineering dealing with the analysis and design of structures that support or resist loads. Structural engineering is usually considered a specialty within civil engineering, but it can also be studied in its own right.

Structural failure
Structural failure refers to loss of the load-carrying capacity of a component or member within a structure or of the structure itself. Structural failure is initiated when the material is stressed to its strength limit, thus causing fracture or excessive deformations

Structural functionalism
Structural functionalism is a broad perspective in sociology and anthropology which sets out to interpret society as a structure with interrelated parts. Functionalism addresses society as a whole in terms of the function of its constituent elements; namely norms, customs, traditions and institutions

Structural geology
Structural geology is the study of the three-dimensional distribution of rock units with respect to their deformational histories. The primary goal of structural geology is to use measurements of present-day rock geometries to uncover information about the history of deformation in the rocks, and ultimately, to understand the stress field that resulted in the observed strain and

Structural isomerism
Structural isomerism, or constitutional isomerism , is a form of isomerism in which molecules with the same molecular formula have bonded together in different orders, as opposed to stereoisomerism. There are multiple synonyms for constitutional isomers.Three categories of constitutional isomers are skeletal, positional, and functional isomers

Structural steel
Structural steel is steel construction material, a profile, formed with a specific shape or cross section and certain standards of chemical composition and mechanical properties

Structuralism originated in the structural linguistics of Ferdinand de Saussure and the subsequent Prague and Moscow schools of linguistics. Just as structural linguistics was facing serious challenges from the likes of Noam Chomsky and thus fading in importance in linguistics, structuralism appeared in academia in the second half of the 20th century and grew to become one of the most

Structured cabling
Structured cabling is building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that consists of a number of standardized smaller elements called subsystems.Structured cabling falls into six subsystems:

Strychnine is a highly toxic , colorless crystalline alkaloid used as a pesticide, particularly for killing small vertebrates such as birds and rodents. Strychnine causes muscular convulsions and eventually death through asphyxia or sheer exhaustion

Strzelecki Desert
The Strzelecki Desert is located in the Far North Region of South Australia, southwest Queensland and western New South Wales. It is positioned in the northeast of the Lake Eyre Basin, and north of the Flinders Ranges. Two other deserts occupy the Lake Eyre Basin—the Tirari Desert and the Simpson Desert.In the north west corner of the desert is the small town of Birdsville

STS (Russia)
CTC is a commercial television station based in Moscow, Russia. It belongs to the CTC Media, a Delaware-registered, Moscow-based NASDAQ-traded company with a market capitalization exceeding US$4 billion

-Mission parameters:*Mass:**Orbiter Liftoff: **Orbiter Landing: **Payload: *Perigee: *Apogee: *Inclination: 39.0°*Period: 90.1 min- Insignia :

STS-2 was a Space Shuttle mission conducted by NASA, using the Space Shuttle Columbia. The mission launched on 12 November 1981. It was the second shuttle mission overall, and was also the second mission for Columbia

Stuart Broad
Stuart Christopher John Broad is a cricketer who plays Test and One Day International cricket for England and is currently the captain of their Twenty20 team

Stuart Diver
Stuart Diver is a ski instructor and was the sole survivor of the 1997 Thredbo landslide.At 11.35pm on 30 July 1997, 3500 tons of rock and mud slid down the side of Thredbo taking two ski lodges with it. The landslide killed 18 people, one of whom was Diver's wife, Sally

Stuart Hamblen
Stuart Hamblen , born Stuart Carl Hamblen, was one of American radio's first singing cowboys in 1926, and later became a Christian songwriter, temperance supporter and recurring candidate for political office.

Stuart Price
Stuart Price is a three time Grammy-winning British electronic musician, songwriter, and record producer whose remixing and production skills are in demand by artists including New Order, Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Take That, Missy Elliott, Scissor Sisters, The Killers, Pet Shop Boys, Brandon Flowers, Gwen Stefani, Seal, Keane, Frankmusik and Hard-Fi

Stuart Sutcliffe
Stuart Fergusson Victor Sutcliffe was a Scottish artist and musician, best known as the original bass player of The Beatles. Sutcliffe left the band to pursue a career as an artist, having previously attended the Liverpool College of Art

Stuart Varney
Stuart Varney is a British-American economic journalist, and as of 2011, working for the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network. Varney joined Fox News in January, 2004 as a business contributor on many shows, such as Your World with Neil Cavuto. He also occasionally serves as guest host for Your World and the shows on the Cost of Freedom business block

Stuart, Florida
Stuart is the only incorporated city of Martin County, Florida, on Florida's Treasure Coast. The population was 14,633 at the 2000 census. As of 2007, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 15,964.

Stubborn may refer to:* HMS Stubborn , an S class submarine* Little Miss Stubborn, a character in the Little Miss series of books* Mr. Stubborn, a character on the children's television show The Mr. Men Show

Stucco or render is a material made of an aggregate, a binder, and water. Stucco is applied wet and hardens to a very dense solid. It is used as decorative coating for walls and ceilings and as a sculptural and artistic material in architecture

Studebaker Corporation was a United States wagon and automobile manufacturer based in South Bend, Indiana. Founded in 1852 and incorporated in 1868 under the name of the Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company, the company was originally a producer of wagons for farmers, miners, and the military.Studebaker entered the automotive business in 1902 with electric vehicles and in 1904

Studebaker Avanti
See also Avanti cars The Studebaker Avanti was a sports coupé built by the Studebaker Corporation at the direction of its president Sherwood Egbert between June 1962 and December 1963

Studebaker Big Six
The Studebaker Big Six was an automobile produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana between 1918 and 1926, being designated the Model EG , the EK and the EP

Studebaker Champion
The Studebaker Champion is an automobile which was produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana from the beginning of the 1939 model year until 1958.

Studebaker Commander
The Studebaker Commander is the model-name of a long succession of automobiles produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana and Studebaker of Canada Ltd of Walkerville and, later, Hamilton, Ontario . Studebaker began using the Commander name in 1927 and continued to use it until 1964, with the exception of 1936 and 1959-63

Studebaker Golden Hawk
The Studebaker Golden Hawk is a two-door pillarless hardtop coupe type car produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana between 1956 and 1958.-Styling:

Studebaker Wagonaire
The Studebaker Wagonaire was a station wagon produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana, from 1963-1966. It featured a retractable sliding rear roof section that allowed the vehicle to carry items that would otherwise be too tall for a conventional station wagon of the era.- Development :Studebaker Wagonaire's roof design was the invention of industrial designer

Student strike
A student strike occurs when students enrolled at a teaching institution such as a school, college or university refuse to go to class. This form of strike action is often used as a negotiating tactic in order to put pressure on the governing body of the university, particularly in countries where education is free, and the government cannot afford to have a student cohort miss an entire

Studentized residual
In statistics, a studentized residual is the quotient resulting from the division of a residual by an estimate of its standard deviation. Typically the standard deviations of residuals in a sample vary greatly from one data point to another even when the errors all have the same standard deviation, particularly in regression analysis; thus it does not make sense to compare residuals at

Studio 23
Studio 23 is a Filipino television network owned by the ABS-CBN Corporation. The network is named for its flagship station in Metro Manila, DWAC-TV, which is carried on UHF channel 23

Studio 54
Studio 54 was a highly popular discotheque from 1977 until 1991, located at 254 West 54th Street in Manhattan, New York, USA. It was originally the Gallo Opera House, opening in 1927, after which it changed names several times, eventually becoming a CBS radio and television studio. In 1977 it became the legendary nightclub, Studio 54

Studio One (TV series)
Studio One is a long-running American radio–television anthology series, created in 1947 by the 26-year-old Canadian director Fletcher Markle, who came to CBS from the CBC.-Radio:

Studioseven Recordings
Studioseven Recordings is a Japanese record label founded in 2006 which is a subsidiary of Sony Music Japan. As of 2010 it is now defunct.-History:

Sturlunga saga
Sturlunga saga is a collection of Icelandic sagas by various authors from the 12th and 13th centuries; it was assembled ca. 1300

Sturm, Ruger
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Incorporated is a Southport, Connecticut-based firearm manufacturing company, better known by the shortened name Ruger. Sturm, Ruger produces bolt-action, semi-automatic, full-automatic, and single-shot rifles, shotguns, semi-automatic pistols, and single- and double-action revolvers

The Sturmabteilung functioned as a paramilitary organization of the National Socialist German Workers' Party . It played a key role in Adolf Hitler's rise to power in the 1920s and 1930s

A sturzstrom is a rare, unique type of landslide consisting of soil and rock which is characterized by having a great horizontal movement when compared to its initial vertical drop - as much as 20 or 30 times the vertical distance

Stuttgart is the capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. The sixth-largest city in Germany, Stuttgart has a population of 600,038 while the metropolitan area has a population of 5.3 million .

Stuyvesant High School
Stuyvesant High School , commonly referred to as Stuy , is a New York City public high school that specializes in mathematics and science. The school opened in 1904 on Manhattan's East Side and moved to a new building in Battery Park City in 1992. Stuyvesant is noted for its strong academic programs, having produced many notable alumni including four Nobel laureates. U.S

Styles Bridges
Henry Styles Bridges was an American teacher, editor, and Republican Party politician from Concord, New Hampshire. He served one term as 63rd Governor of New Hampshire before a twenty-four year career in the United States Senate.Bridges was born in West Pembroke, Maine. He attended the public schools in Maine

Styracosaurus was a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period , about 76.5 to 75.0 million years ago

Styx (band)
Styx is an American rock band that became famous for its albums from the late 1970s and early 1980s. The Chicago band is known for melding the style of prog-rock with the power of hard rock guitar, strong ballads, and elements of American musical theater.

SU Carburetter
SU Carburetters were a brand of carburetter usually of the sidedraught type but downdraught variants were used on some pre-war cars.

Sub-brown dwarf
A sub-brown dwarf is an astronomical object of planetary mass that is not orbiting a star and is not considered to be a brown dwarf because its mass is below the limiting mass for thermonuclear fusion of deuterium .

Sub-counties of Uganda
||The counties of Uganda are divided into sub-counties, which are further divided into parishes and villages. The head elected official in a district is the Chairperson of the Local Council V.-References:subcounties

Sub-Saharan Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa as a geographical term refers to the area of the African continent which lies south of the Sahara. A political definition of Sub-Saharan Africa, instead, covers all African countries which are fully or partially located south of the Sahara

Subaru 1000
The ' was a compact car and introduced in Japan July 10, 1970, replacing the FF-1 Star. It was a front wheel drive vehicle with a typical Subaru EA61 or EA62 flat-4 engine. A fully independent torsion bar suspension and rack and pinion steering were impressive for the time. The inboard front drum brakes were an oddity

Subaru Baja
The Subaru Baja is a light-utility, all-wheel-drive, four passenger, four-door, open-bed vehicle manufactured from 2003-2006 by Subaru. The Baja combines the handling and passenger carrying characteristics of a car with the open-bed versatility, and to a lesser degree, load capacity of a pickup truck.The unibody design borrowed heavily from the existing mechanicals, platform and

Subaru BRAT
The Subaru BRAT was the coupe utility version of the Subaru Leone from the 1970s

Subaru EJ engine
The Subaru EJ engine is a series of automotive engines manufactured by Subaru and introduced in 1989, intended to succeed the previous Subaru EA engine. The EJ series is the mainstay of Subaru's engine line, with all engines of this series being 16-valve flat-4 horizontal, with configurations available for single-, or double-overhead camshaft arrangements

Subaru Forester
The Subaru Forester is an all-wheel drive crossover wagon manufactured since 1997 by Fuji Heavy Industries and sold under the Subaru brand

Subaru Justy
The Subaru Justy is a subcompact hatchback that has been sold by Japanese automobile manufacturer Subaru since 1984. From 1984–1994 Subaru manufactured the Justy itself; since then it has sold a rebadged version of other vehicles under the Justy nameplate

Subaru Legacy
The Subaru Legacy is a mid-size car built by the Japanese company Fuji Heavy Industries, and manufactured by its division Subaru since 1989, and is available as a sedan or wagon. Part of the original design goals for the Legacy model was to provide Subaru a vehicle in which they could compete in the lucrative North American midsize market against competitors Honda Accord and Toyota Camry

Subaru Leone
The Subaru Leone was a compact car produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Fuji Heavy Industries from 1971 to 1994. The word "leone" is Italian for lion.