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Midsummer
Midsummer may simply refer to the period of time centered upon the summer solstice, but more often refers to specific European celebrations that accompany the actual solstice, or that take place on a day between June 21 and June 24, and the preceding evening. The exact dates vary between different cultures

Midsummer Day (song)
"Midsummer Day" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party. It was released as a promotional single in Canada.

Midsummer Madness
Midsummer Madness are a Brazilian independent record label based in Rio de Janeiro. The label began life in 1989 as a photocopied fanzine, then in 1991 they first branched into releasing music when they included a cassette compilation album with the fourth edition of the 'zine. In 1994, a second cassette was issued with the fifth 'zine

Midway
Midway may refer to:*Midway , a place at a fair or circus where rides, entertainment, and booths are concentrated-Midway Atoll and the Battle of Midway:

Midway (CTA)
Midway is a station of the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Orange Line. It is the southwestern terminus of the Orange Line, and serves Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago, the city's second-largest airport

Midweek
MidWeek is a weekly United States tabloid shopper and advertisement periodical published in Honolulu, Hawaii and distributed throughout on the Islands of Oahu and Kauai. It is owned by Black Press and is a sister publication of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.- History :The shopper started in 1984 to provide advertisers with an alternative way to reach more customers

Midweek
The word Midweek normally refers to the middle of the week. It can also refer to:*MidWeek, a newspaper based in Hawaii*Midweek a topical political series airing weekly on TV3 *Midweek - a BBC radio programme on Radio 4

Midweek (BBC Radio 4)
Midweek is a British weekly radio magazine series broadcast on BBC Radio 4 it is aired on Wednesday at 09.00 and is repeated later the same day at 21.00

Midwifery
Midwifery is a health care profession in which providers offer care to childbearing women during pregnancy, labour and birth, and during the postpartum period. They also help care for the newborn and assist the mother with breastfeeding.

Midwinter (disambiguation)
Midwinter may refer to:* A Midwinter Night's Dream, album by Canadian singer and musician Loreena McKennitt* A Midwinter's Tale, 1995 romantic comedy film written and directed by Kenneth Branagh

Midwinter (video game)
Midwinter is a first-person action role-playing game with strategy elements for the Atari ST, Amiga and PC. It was designed by Mike Singleton and was released in 1989 by Microplay Software. The game was successful enough to spawn a sequel, Midwinter II: Flames of Freedom

Miedo
Miedo is the 2003 second album by the Argentinian band Adicta-Track listing:All tracks written by Nievas/Martínez# "Tu mal" - 3:53# "Poco a poco" - 3:06# "Di luz" - 4:05# "Sin mí" - 3:07# "Mediodía" - 3:34# "Ocaso" - 3:33# "Esquimal" - 1:18

Miedziana
Miedziana is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Sulików, within Zgorzelec County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in south-western Poland, close to the Czech border. Prior to 1945 it was in Germany.

Miedziane
Miedziane may refer to the following places in Poland:*Miedziane in Gmina Sulików, Zgorzelec County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Other places called Miedziane

Miel (Swisttal)
Miel is a farming village in the municipality Swisttal in the North-Rhine-Westphalian Rhein-Sieg district. It is situated approx. 16 km southwest of Bonn. In 2007 it had 1072 inhabitants..- External links :*

Miele (disambiguation)
Miele is a manufacturer of domestic appliances, commercial equipment and fitted kitchens.Miele may also refer to:* Frank Miele , American journalist* Miele bicycles, a bicycle manufacturing division of Procycle Group Inc.

Mien (disambiguation)
Mien may refer to:*An ethnonym for the Yao people of China, or the Dao people of Vietnam.*The Hmong–Mien languages of Southeast Asia.*Iu Mien Americans, who are primarily Indochinese refugees that may have been born in or have become naturalized citizens of the United States of America.* 7706 Mien, a main-belt asteroid*Mien crater, a meteorite crater in southern Sweden*Wang Mien

MiG (album)
MiG is MiG Ayesa's debut self-titled solo album, first released in April 2007. It is made up of rock covers with orchestral arrangements, including an arrangement of "Baby, I Love Your Way" which original artist, Peter Frampton, played the acoustic guitar in

Might
Might may refer to:* Might, an English auxiliary verb, a verb whose function it is to give further semantic or syntactic information about the main or full verb which follows it

Mighty
Mighty is the fifth full-length release from The Planet Smashers. This is the first of two albums featuring drummer Scott Russell, and it is the only Planet Smashers album featuring trombonist J.O. Begin. The second track, "Explosive", features and was co-written by Neville Staple of The Specials

Mighty (card game)
Mighty is a card game invented in 1970s by Korean college students. Mighty is mostly played by Korean students, and also by some groups in North America. It is usually played by five people, but the rules can be modified so that it could be played by four or six people. It is a point-trick game with bidding

Mighty Shadow
Winston Bailey , better known by his stage name The Mighty Shadow or Shadow, is a calypsonian from Trinidad and Tobago. Bailey was born in Belmont, a suburb of Port of Spain in Trinidad, but grew up in Les Coteaux, Tobago with his grandparents

Mignonette
Mignonette is a genus of fragrant herbaceous plants native to the Mediterranean region and southwest Asia, from the Canary Islands and Iberia east to northwest India. The species include annuals, biennials and perennials, and grow to 40-130 cm tall

Mignonette
Mignonette may refer to:* Réséda in the French Republican Calendar- Plants :* Mignonette , a genus of fragrant herbaceous plants** Used as the birthday flower for 30th January ** Used in the Language of flowers

Mignonette (album)
Mignonette is a 2004 album by The Avett Brothers. It was named after an English yacht which sank off the Cape of Good Hope, leaving the crew of four stranded on a lifeboat. The cabin boy was killed and eaten by the others, two of whom were later put on trial and convicted of murder Mignonette is a 2004 album by The Avett Brothers. It was named after an English yacht which sank off the Cape of Good Hope, leaving the crew of four stranded on a lifeboat. The cabin boy was killed and eaten by the others, two of whom were later put on trial and convicted of murder Mignonette is a 2004 album by The Avett Brothers. It was named after an English yacht which sank off the Cape of Good Hope, leaving the crew of four stranded on a lifeboat. The cabin boy was killed and eaten by the others, two of whom were later put on trial and convicted of murder (see Regina v

Migraine
Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by moderate to severe headaches, and nausea

Migraine (disambiguation)
Migraine is a debilitating condition characterized by headaches and nausea.Migraine may also refer to:* Migraine , a book by neurologist Oliver Sacks* Migraine, a record label from NYC, set up by Teenage Jesus and the Jerks

Migrant
Migrant may refer to:*Immigration and emigration, the migration of humans*Bird migration*Migrant worker*Migrant literature

Migration
Migration, Migratory behavior, or Migratory may refer* Gene migration, a process in evolution and population genetics* Animal migration, the travelling of long distances in search of a new habitat

MIH
Mih or MIH may refer to:* Media independent handover, a technology standardized by IEEE 802.21 for handing off IP sessions among alternative wireless access technologies.* Mullerian inhibiting hormone, an alternative name for Anti-Müllerian hormone.

Mihai (name)
Mihai is a Romanian given name for males or a surname. It is equivalent to the English name Michael. A variant of the name is Mihail. Its female form is Mihaela.-List of people with the given name Mihai:*Mihai I, King of Romania*Mihai Viteazul

Mihrab
A mihrab is semicircular niche in the wall of a mosque that indicates the qibla; that is, the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca and hence the direction that Muslims should face when praying

Mii
A is a digital avatar used in Nintendo's Wii and Nintendo 3DS gaming consoles. They allow users to capture a likeness of themselves and others. After creating one using the Wii's Mii Channel or the Nintendo 3DS's Mii Maker, they can be used as playable characters in various titles for the consoles, respectively

MIK
MIK could refer to:* Methyl isopropyl ketone, a solvent* Micklefield railway station, England; National Rail station code MIK.* FC MiK Kaluga - * MIK Code page* Mikkeli Airport, Finland; IATA airport code MIK.* Multiple-indicator kriging

Mikado
Mikado may refer to:* Mikado, alternative term for Emperor of Japan* The Mikado, a 1885 comic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan- Foods :* Mikado, the European brand name for Pocky, a Japanese chocolate-covered breadstick

Mikan (song)
is the thirty-fifth single of J-pop idol group Morning Musume. The song's title was chosen in accordance to the habit of eating mandarin oranges while sitting by a kotatsu, as a representation of each member's childhood memories. Mikan's Promotional video extends this concept further, by showing photographs of the members when they were children

Mike
-Given name:* Mike Barnard, English cricketer* Mike Brown , American ice hockey player * Mike Brown -Given name:* Mike Barnard, English cricketer* Mike Brown (ice hockey b. June 1985), American ice hockey player (Toronto Maple Leafs)* Mike Brown -Given name:* Mike Barnard, English cricketer* Mike Brown (ice hockey b. June 1985), American ice hockey player (Toronto Maple Leafs)* Mike Brown (ice hockey b

Mike (Twin Peaks)
MIKE is a fictional character in the TV series Twin Peaks, portrayed by Al Strobel.-Character overview:MIKE is an inhabiting spirit similar to the series' primary villain, BOB, who was his partner in serial murder

Mikes
Mikes may refer to:* Mikes , a chain of Italian restaurants* Mikes , a surname* Mikes, the Hungarian name for Miceşti village, Tureni Commune, Cluj County, Romania* Mikesville, Wisconsin, United States, an unincorporated community

Mikey
Mikey and similar can mean:* MIKEY, a key management protocol* Mikey Way, a bassist* Mikey , a 1992 horror film, starring Brian Bonsall* Little Mikey, a fictional character in a commercial for Life cereal

Mikey (film)
Mikey is a 1992 horror film directed by Dennis Dimster and starring Brian Bonsall. The film centers on the character of Mikey Holt, a young boy who is adopted by a family after his previous adoptive family dies

Mikhail (disambiguation)
Mikhail may refer to:*Mikhail Speransky, Russian reformer*Mikhail Tukhachevsky,Russian military commander*Mikhail Baryshnikov, Russian born actor & dancer*Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov, Russian Field Marshal*Mikhail Tyurin, Russian cosmonaut

Miki Matsuhashi
is a former J-Pop singer and song writer signed to the Giza Studio label, who achieved some popularity in the early 2000s.Matsuhashi had a fairly brief career as a discovered artist with Giza Studio. Her first single was released when she was 17, and her first mini-album released less than a year later

Mikki
Mikki is a given name, and may refer to:* Mikki Moore , American professional basketball player* Mikki Osei Berko, Ghanaian-born actor

Mikro
Mikro is a Greek band based in Thessaloniki, Greece. It was formed in 1998 and was named after the Greek word micro used in metric measuring systems. Their main focus is electronic music

Mil
-Organizations:* Mapuche International Link, an organization which campaigns on behalf of the Mapuche people* Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists, a UK-based body serving professional linguists worldwide

Milady
Milady is an English term of address to a noble woman.It is the female form of milord.Milady may also refer to:*Milady de Winter, fictional character in Alexandre Dumas, père's d'Artagnan Romances novels

Milagro (experiment)
Milagro, , was a ground based water Čerenkov radiation telescope situated in the Jemez Mountains near Los Alamos, New Mexico at the Fenton Hill Observatory site. It was primarily designed to detect gamma rays but also detected large numbers of cosmic rays. It operated in the TeV region of the spectrum at an altitude of 2530 m

Milagro (Jaci Velasquez album)
Milagro is the third Latin album by Christian singer Jaci Velasquez. This record won a Billboard Latin Music Award in the category "Best Christian Album". Although lyrically considered the most secular from all her works. The album was not as successful as her previous Spanish works due to Sony Discos becoming bankrupt that same year and a less lack of promotion

Milagros (album)
Milagros is Myra's second album, but first Spanish language album. It was released under Hollywood Records on October 16, 2001. The album was a re-release of Myra's debut album the self-titled "Myra", all songs were re-recorded from English to Spanish .-Track listing:#"Vete Ya"#"Bailador"#"Prisionera De Tu Amor"#"Siempre Hay Milagros"#"Adiós Mi

Milan
Milan is the second-largest city in Italy and the capital city of the region of Lombardy and of the province of Milan. The city proper has a population of about 1.3 million, while its urban area, roughly coinciding with its administrative province and the bordering Province of Monza and Brianza , is one of

MILAN
MILAN " is French and German for "kite bird") is a European anti-tank guided missile. Design of the MILAN started in 1962. It was ready for trials in 1971, and was accepted for service in 1972. It is a wire guided SACLOS missile, which means the sight of the launch unit has to be aimed at the target to guide the missile

Milan (1967 film)
Milan is a 1967 Hindi film directed by Adurthi Subba Rao. It was a remake of his hit Telugu film Mooga Manasulu and was produced by L. V. Prasad. The film stars Sunil Dutt, Nutan, Jamuna , Pran and Deven Varma. The award-winning and very popular music was given by Laxmikant Pyarelal

Milan (aka The Leather Boy)
Milan was an enigmatic producer, songwriter and recording artist on numerous songs made throughout the 1960s, mostly though not exclusively in the garage rock genre

Milan (camp)
Milan was a post World War II displaced person camp in the city of Milan, one of the few such camps in a major Italian city. The city also served as the administrative centre for refugees in northern Italy.

Milan (given name)
Milan is a common Slavic male name derived from the Slavic element mil, with meanings kind, loving, and gracious. Milan was originally a diminutive or nickname for those whose Slavic names began with "Mil-". It is used predominantly by Czechs and Serbs but also frequently in Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia, and Bulgaria

Milano (cookie)
Milano cookies are a trademarked dessert manufactured by Pepperidge Farm as part of their series of "European" cookies. Each cookie consists of a thin layer of rich chocolate sandwiched between two biscuit cookies.

Mild
Mild may mean:*Mild ale, often simply referred to as mild, from the Old English milde, meaning "young" or "immature"*Håkan Mild , Swedish former footballer and current director of sports of IFK Göteborg

Mildew
Mildew refers to certain kinds of molds or fungi.In Old English, it meant honeydew , and later came to mean mildew in the modern sense of mold or fungus.

Mile
A mile is a unit of length, most commonly 5,280 feet . The mile of 5,280 feet is sometimes called the statute mile or land mile to distinguish it from the nautical mile

Milena (disambiguation)
Milena may refer to:Milena potice od ciganske rijeci.Inace milena u opstem prevodu znaci ciganka/rom...

Milena (name)
Milena is a popular female given name of Slavic origin derived from word "mil" meaning "gracious", or, alternatively, "dear". It is the feminine form of the male name Milan. It is currently the most popular name for baby girls born in Armenia

Miles
Miles is the plural of mile.Miles may also refer to:- People :*Miles Brothers, American cinema pioneers* Miles ** Miles Browning, World War II admiral** Miles Davis, jazz trumpet player** Miles Austin, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver

Miles "Tails" Prower
, better known by his nickname , is a character, as well as the main deuteragonist in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, comics, animated series and film released by Sega.

Miles (band)
Miles is a popular rock band from Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is one of the oldest bands in Bangladesh, forming as early as 1978.Miles currently consists of Hamin Ahmed on lead guitar, Shafin Ahmed on Bass, Manam Ahmed on keyboard, Iqbal Asif Jewel on guitar, and Syed Ziaur Rahman Turjo on drums

Miles (EP)
Miles is the second EP by popular Melbourne Rockers, The Vasco Era. Miles contains the Triple J favourite "Kingswood".-Track listing:# "Kingswood" - 2:58# "He Came Along Again" - 3:02# "Don't Go To Sleep" - 2:55# "Turn To Blue" - 3:43

Miles (Essex cricketer)
Miles was an English professional cricketer who made 3 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1791 to 1793.-External sources:*

Miles (first name)
Miles is a male name from the Latin miles, a soldier. The medieval knight was called miles in Middle Latin, while in Classical Latin, miles meant simply soldier of any sort, including infantry.

Suicide methods
A suicide method is any means by which one or more persons purposely kill themselves. Suicide methods can be classified according to two modes of interrupting life processes: physical or chemical. Physical modes of interruption typically act by incapacitating the respiratory system or the central nervous system, usually by destruction of one or more key components

Suicide Silence
Suicide Silence is an American extreme metal band from Riverside, California. The group consists of vocalist Mitch Lucker, guitarists Chris Garza and Mark Heylmun, drummer Alex Lopez and bassist Dan Kenny. Formed in 2002, the band has released three full-length studio albums, one EP and seven music videos

Sujatha Rangarajan
Sujatha was the pseudonym of the Tamil writer S. Rangarajan, author of over 100 novels, 250 short stories, ten books on science, ten stage plays, and a slim volume of poems. He was one of the most popular writers in Tamil literature, and a regular contributor to topical columns in Tamil periodicals such as Ananda Vikatan, Kumudam and Kalki

Sukhadeo Thorat
Sukhadeo Thorat is an economist and chairman of the University Grants Commission.-Biography:

Sukhoi Su-25
The Sukhoi Su-25 is a single-seat, twin-engine jet aircraft developed in the Soviet Union by the Sukhoi Design Bureau. It was designed to provide close air support for the Soviet Ground Forces. The first prototype made its maiden flight on 22 February 1975

Sukhoi/HAL FGFA
The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft is a fifth-generation fighter being developed by Russia and India. It is a derivative project from the PAK FA being developed for the Indian Air Force .Two separate prototypes will be developed, one by Russia and a separate one by India

Sukhumi
Sukhumi is the capital of Abkhazia, a disputed region on the Black Sea coast. The city suffered heavily during the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict in the early 1990s.-Naming:

Sukumar Azhikode
Sukumar Azhikode is a writer, critic and orator, acknowledged for his contributions to Malayalam and insights on Indian philosophy. He is a bachelor and lives in Eravimangalam near Thrissur.

Sulaiman (Brunei)
Sultan Sulaiman was the fourth sultan of Brunei, ruling from 1432 until his abdication in 1485 to allow his son, Bolkiah, to become Sultan. He died in 1511.

Sulfamic acid
Sulfamic acid, also known as amidosulfonic acid, amidosulfuric acid, aminosulfonic acid, and sulfamidic acid, is a molecular compound with the formula H3NSO3

Sulfation
Sulfation in biochemistry is the enzyme-catalyzed addition of sulfate to another molecule. It often refers to a phase II enzyme reaction. This biotransformation process uses its cosubstrate 3'-phosphoadenosine-5'-phosphosulfate to transfer sulfate to a xenobiotic

Sulfide
A sulfide is an anion of sulfur in its lowest oxidation state of 2-. Sulfide is also a slightly archaic term for thioethers, a common type of organosulfur compound that are well known for their bad odors.- Properties :

Sulfolane
Sulfolane is a clear, colorless liquid commonly used in the chemical industry as an extractive distillation solvent or reaction solvent. Sulfolane was originally developed by the Shell Oil Company in the 1960s as a solvent to purify butadiene

Sulfonate
A sulfonate is a salt or ester of a sulfonic acid. It contains the functional group R-SO2O-.- Sulfonate salts:Anions with the general formula RSO2O− are called sulfonates. They are the conjugate bases of sulfonic acids with formula RSO2OH. As sulfonic acids tend to be strong acids, the corresponding sulfonates are weak bases

Sulfonic acid
Sulfonic acid usually refers to a member of the class of organosulfur compounds with the general formula RS2–OH, where R is an alkyl or aryl. The formal part of acid, HS2–OH, are formally derivatives of the "parent" inorganic compound with the formula HSO2.-Preparation:Sulfonic acid is produced by the process of sulfonation

Sulfonylurea
Sulfonylurea derivatives are a class of antidiabetic drugs that are used in the management of diabetes mellitus type 2. They act by increasing insulin release from the beta cells in the pancreas.-First generation:* Carbutamide

Sulfur
Sulfur or sulphur is the chemical element with atomic number 16. In the periodic table it is represented by the symbol S. It is an abundant, multivalent non-metal. Under normal conditions, sulfur atoms form cyclic octatomic molecules with chemical formula S8. Elemental sulfur is a bright yellow crystalline solid when at room temperature

Sulfur cycle
The sulfur cycle are the collection of processes by which sulfur moves to and from minerals and living systems. Such biogeochemical cycles are important in geology because they affect many minerals

Sulfur dioxide
Sulfur dioxide is the chemical compound with the formula . It is released by volcanoes and in various industrial processes. Since coal and petroleum often contain sulfur compounds, their combustion generates sulfur dioxide unless the sulfur compounds are removed before burning the fuel

Sulfur hexafluoride
Sulfur hexafluoride is an inorganic, colorless, odorless, and non-flammable greenhouse gas. has an octahedral geometry, consisting of six fluorine atoms attached to a central sulfur atom. It is a hypervalent molecule. Typical for a nonpolar gas, it is poorly soluble in water but soluble in nonpolar organic solvents. It is generally transported as a liquefied compressed gas

Sulfur mustard
The sulfur mustards, or sulphur mustards, commonly known as mustard gas, are a class of related cytotoxic, vesicant chemical warfare agents with the ability to form large blisters on exposed skin. Pure sulfur mustards are colorless, viscous liquids at room temperature

Sulfur-reducing bacteria
Sulfur-reducing bacteria get their energy by reducing elemental sulfur to hydrogen sulfide. They couple this reaction with the oxidation of acetate, succinate or other organic compounds.

Sulfuric acid
Sulfuric acid is a strong mineral acid with the molecular formula . Its historical name is oil of vitriol. Pure sulfuric acid is a highly corrosive, colorless, viscous liquid. The salts of sulfuric acid are called sulfates

Sullivan Buses
Sullivan Buses is a bus operating company based in South Mimms, Hertfordshire, England. Founded in 1999, it operates local bus services in and around Hertfordshire including school services; rail replacement bus services in and near London; bus links in Surrey to and from Thorpe Park; and vehicle hire for television programmes.-History:Sullivan Buses is based in South Hertfordshire

Sully Erna
Salvatore Paul "Sully" Erna , is an American vocalist and primary songwriter for the American heavy metal band, Godsmack. Erna is also a guitarist and drummer, performing these both on albums and during live shows. He has a daughter named Skylar Brooke Erna and an older sister named Maria.-Early life:Sully began playing drums at the age of 3

Sulpiride
Sulpiride is an

Sultan Abdul Samad
Sultan Abdul Samad, KCMG was the fourth Sultan of Selangor.

Sultan Abu Bakar of Johor
Sultan Sir Abu Bakar ibni Daing Ibrahim was the 21st Sultan of Johor. He was also informally known as "The Father of Modern Johor", as many historians accredited Johor's development in the 19th century to Abu Bakar's leadership

Sultan bin Mohamed Al-Qasimi
Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Qasimi III is a member of the Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates and current ruler of the Sharjah emirate

Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah
Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Alaiddin Sulaiman Shah KCMG was the second Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia from 14 April to 1 September 1960, and fifth and seventh Sultan of Selangor between 1938–1942 and again from 1945-1960.-Early career:He was the first son of Almarhum Sultan Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah ibni Almarhum Raja Muda Musa

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
-Construction:In 1992 Sultan Qaboos directed that his country of Oman should have a Grand Mosque. A competition for its design took place in 1993 and after a site was chosen at Bausher construction commenced in 1995. Building work, which was undertaken by Carillion Alawi LLC took six years and four months.The Mosque is built from 300,000 tonnes of Indian sandstone

Sultan, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia
Prince Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud "Sultan Al-Khair" was the crown prince of Saudi Arabia at the time of his death. He served as the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Aviation. He was one of the Sudairi Seven. Sultan was first in the Saudi line of succession.-Early life and education:Sultan was born in Riyadh

Sultan, Ontario
Sultan is an unincorporated community in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District in northeastern Ontario, Canada.The local economy is based primarily on hunting and related tourism. In the past the logging industry formed the mainstay of the economy

Sultana (steamboat)
The SS Sultana was a Mississippi River steamboat paddlewheeler whose destruction in an explosion on April 27, 1865 was the greatest maritime disaster in United States history. An estimated 1,800 of the Sultanas 2,400 passengers were killed when three of the ship's four boilers exploded and the Sultana sank near Memphis, Tennessee

Sultans on the Comoros
Several Sultanates on the Comoros, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean with an ethnically complex mix, were founded after the introduction of Islam into the area in the 15th century. Other uses depending on the island could also be styled fani, mfaume and ntibe. Unlike sultans in many other Arab nations, these sultans had little real power

Sulu Archipelago
The Sulu Archipelago is a chain of islands in the southwestern Philippines. This archipelago is considered to be part of the Moroland by the local rebel independence movement. This island group forms the northern limit of the Celebes Sea.

Suman (actor)
Suman is a South Indian Telugu film actor. He played action hero and romantic hero in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam films during the 1980s. After a long while away from cinema, he returned to acting in Tamil films in 2007, starring in S. Shankar's Sivaji: The Boss with Rajinikanth. He has also appeared with Joseph Vijay in Kuruvi and with Ajith Kumar in Aegan

Sumatra
Sumatra is an island in western Indonesia, westernmost of the Sunda Islands. It is the largest island entirely in Indonesia , and the sixth largest island in the world at 473,481 km2 with a population of 50,365,538

Sumela Monastery
The Sümela Monastery , , i.e. monastery of the Panaghia at Melá mountain) is a Greek Orthodox monastery, standing at the foot of a steep cliff facing the Altındere valley, in the region of Maçka in Trabzon Province, modern Turkey

Sumer
Sumer was a civilization and historical region in southern Mesopotamia, modern Iraq during the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age.

Sumerian language
Sumerian is the language of ancient Sumer, which was spoken in southern Mesopotamia since at least the 4th millennium BC. During the 3rd millennium BC, there developed a very intimate cultural symbiosis between the Sumerians and the Akkadians, which included widespread bilingualism

Summary judgment
In law, a summary judgment is a determination made by a court without a full trial. Such a judgment may be issued as to the merits of an entire case, or of specific issues in that case.

Summary offence
A summary offence is a criminal act in some common law jurisdictions that can be proceeded with summarily, without the right to a jury trial and/or indictment .- United States :

Summer camp
Summer camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted during the summer months in some countries. Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers.

Summer in the City
"Summer in the City" is the title of a song recorded by The Lovin' Spoonful, written by Mark Sebastian and Steve Boone. It came from their album Hums of the Lovin' Spoonful and it reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in August 1966

Summer Tanager
The Summer Tanager, Piranga rubra, is a medium-sized American songbird. Formerly placed in the tanager family , it and other members of its genus are now classified in the cardinal family

Summer vacation
Summer vacation is a vacation in the summertime between school years in which students and instructors are off school typically between 6 and 12 weeks, depending on the country and district.-Students:In some countries, students participate in programs such as organized sports, summer camps, and

Summerland (TV series)
Summerland is an American drama television series created by Stephen Tolkin and Lori Loughlin. It is centered on a clothing designer in her 30s, Ava Gregory , raising her niece and nephews after their parents die in a tragic accident

Summit Middle School (Coquitlam)
Summit Middle School is a grade 6 to 8 public middle school within School District 43 Coquitlam, British Columbia.-Construction:Construction of Summit started in 1997, as part of the NDP's cost-cutting initiative for new schools

Summit, New Jersey
Summit is a city in Union County, New Jersey, United States. At the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 21,457. Summit had the 16th-highest per capita income in the state as of the 2000 Census.

Sump pump
A sump pump is a pump used to remove water that has accumulated in a water collecting sump basin, commonly found in the basement of homes. The water may enter via the perimeter drains of a basement waterproofing system, funneling into the basin or because of rain or natural ground water, if the basement is below the water table level.Sump pumps are used where basement flooding happens

Sumy Oblast
Sumy Oblast is an oblast in the northeastern part of Ukraine. The administrative center of the oblast is the city of Sumy.Other important cities within the oblast include Konotop, Okhtyrka, Romny, and Shostka.

Sun
The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System. It is almost perfectly spherical and consists of hot plasma interwoven with magnetic fields

Sun Cellular
Digitel Mobile Philippines, Inc., is a mobile telecommunication service provider in the Philippines doing business as Sun Cellular. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Digital Telecommunications Philippines, or Digitel. Digitel is in turn owned by the JG Summit Group with a minority stake held by the TeliaSonera Group

Sun Conure
The Sun Parakeet or Sun Conure is a medium-sized brightly colored parrot native to northeastern South America. The adult male and female

Sun Country Airlines
MN Airlines, LLC, operating as Sun Country Airlines, is an American low-cost airline headquartered in the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburb of Mendota Heights, Minnesota

Sun Grid Engine
Oracle Grid Engine, previously known as Sun Grid Engine , previously known as CODINE or GRD , is an open source batch-queuing system, developed and supported by Sun Microsystems

Sun Life Building
The Sun Life Building is a historic office building on Dorchester Square in downtown Montreal, Canada.-History and construction:

Sun Records
Sun Records is a record label founded in Memphis, Tennessee, starting operations on March 27, 1952.Founded by Sam Phillips, Sun Records was known for giving notable musicians such as Elvis Presley , Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, and Johnny Cash

Sun Tzu
Sun Wu , style name Changqing , better known as Sun Tzu or Sunzi , was an ancient Chinese military general, strategist and philosopher who is traditionally believed, and who is most likely, to have authored The Art of War, an influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy

Sun unit
The sun unit is a measure of sun intensity weighted for skin damage related to the UV index.-Basics of solar radiation:Solar radiation sustains life on earth and determines climate

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong , also known as the Monkey King is a main character in the classical Chinese epic novel Journey to the West . In the novel, he is a monkey born from a stone who acquires supernatural powers through Taoist practices

Sun Yat-sen University of Medical Sciences
The former Sun Yat-sen University of Medical Sciences was located in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. It is government run university which originated from Boji Medical College , which was established in 1886. The Kung Yee Medical School and Hospital was merged into it in 1925. Dr

Sunbeam (motorcycle)
Sunbeam was a British manufacturing marque that produced bicycles and motorcycles from 1912 to 1956. Originally independent, it was ultimately owned by BSA

Sunbeam Car Company
Sunbeam was a marque registered by John Marston Co. Ltd of Wolverhampton, England, in 1888. The company first made bicycles, then motorcycles and cars from the late 19th century until about 1936, and applied the marque to all three forms of transportation. The company also manufactured 647 aircraft during the Second World War

Sunbeam Products
Sunbeam Products is an American brand that has produced electric home appliances since 1910. Their products have included the Mixmaster mixer, the Sunbeam CG waffle iron, Coffeemaster and the fully automatic T20 toaster. Sunbeam is owned by Jarden Consumer Solutions after Jarden's acquisition in 2004.-Early history:In 1897 John K

Sunbird
The sunbirds and spiderhunters are a family, Nectariniidae, of very small passerine birds. There are 132 species in 15 genera. The family is distributed throughout Africa, southern Asia and just reaches northern Australia. Most sunbirds feed largely on nectar, but also take insects and spiders, especially when feeding young

SunBurn
SunBurn is a regional gathering held in Florida. Although SunBurn has its roots in the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada, it is not an official Burning Man event because the organizers of SunBurn do not condone the direction that the Burning Man Organization has taken over the years

Suncorp Stadium
Lang Park is the original name of the site located in the Brisbane suburb of Milton, Queensland, Australia, now occupied by the major sports facility known by its sponsorship name, Suncorp Stadium

Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance Film Festival is a film festival that takes place annually in Utah, in the United States. It is the largest independent cinema festival in the United States. Held in January in Park City, Salt Lake City, and Ogden, as well as at the Sundance Resort, the festival is a showcase for new work from American and international independent filmmakers