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Minute
A minute is a unit of measurement of time or of angle. The minute is a unit of time equal to 1/60th of an hour or 60 seconds. In the UTC time scale, a minute on rare occasions has 59 or 61 seconds; see leap second. The minute is not an SI unit; however, it is accepted for use with SI units

Minute of Angle
Minute of angle is the measurement of a ballistic round's deviation from its initial heading due to gravity and/or the effect of air resistance on velocity. Informally known as a "Bullet's Trajectory" or "the rainbow effect". Long range weapons must account for this effect because a fired round falls at a quadratic rate

Minutemen (film)
Minutemen is a 2008 science-fiction Disney Channel Original Movie.The film was written by John Killoran and David Diamond and David Weissman and directed by Lev L. Spiro, who received a Director's Guild nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programs for it

Minutes
Minutes, also known as protocols, are the instant written record of a meeting or hearing. They typically describe the events of the meeting, starting with a list of attendees, a statement of the issues considered by the participants, and related responses or decisions for the issues.Minutes may be created during the meeting by a typist or court recorder, who may use shorthand notation

Minutes (album)
- Background :Minutes was Elkie's first contemporary album since 1979's Live and Learn. A&M wanted her to stick to the winning formula of the Pearls albums but Brooks had other ideas and recruited her own choice of producer and band to create what would become an experimental album for the time

Minx
Minx often refers to a flirtatious young woman or:* Hillman Minx, a car* Miraal Mavalvala the Minx, a clumsy Parsi* Minnie the Minx, a comic character* Slinkee Minx, an Australian dance act* Minx , 1985* Minx , 1993

MinX
MinX was a short-lived British music television channel owned and operated by CSC Media Group. The channel was launched on October 8, 2007 and was replaced by NME TV on November 22, 2007 at 6.00am.

Minx (comics)
Minx was an imprint of DC Comics that published graphic novels aimed at teenage girls. It ran from 2007 to 2008.-History:Minx was announced in November 2006, following several years of planning

Minyan
A minyan in Judaism refers to the quorum of ten Jewish adults required for certain religious obligations. According to many non-Orthodox streams of Judaism adult females count in the minyan.

Miosis
Miosis is the constriction of the pupil of the eye to two millimeters or less

MIP (gene)
Lens fiber major intrinsic protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MIP gene.-Further reading:

MIPI
MIPI can refer to:* Music Industry Piracy Investigations* Mobile Industry Processor Interface

Mir (computer)
MIR is the name of a series of early Soviet computers, developed from 1965 to 1969 in a group headed by Victor Glushkov. It stands for «Машина для Инженерных Расчётов» . It was designed as a relatively small-scale computer for use in engineering and scientific applications

Mir (lens)
Mir is a Soviet wide angle prime lens series with focal lengths varying from 20 to 37 mm with 5-7 elements.The first variant was the Mir-1 and won the Grand Prix at Expo '58 in Brussels. Its construction was derived from the Flektogon lens by Carl Zeiss

Mira (band)
Mira are a five-piece dream pop/shoegaze band from Tallahassee, Florida. One of their earliest gigs was opening for Low at Florida State University. After releasing several EPs , the band signed to Projekt Records, on which they have released three full-length albums and toured nationally in the U.S. The band went on a semi-hiatus from 2003 to 2005

Miracle
A miracle often denotes an event attributed to divine intervention. Alternatively, it may be an event attributed to a miracle worker, saint, or religious leader. A miracle is sometimes thought of as a perceptible interruption of the laws of nature. Others suggest that a god may work with the laws of nature to perform what people perceive as miracles

Miracle (Celine Dion song)
"Miracle" is the second promotional single from Céline Dion's album Miracle. It was released on October 11, 2004 in the United Kingdom and Asia.

Miracle (dinghy)
The Miracle is a small dinghy sailboat popularized in the United Kingdom, and designed by Jack Holt — one of the last for the well-known designer

Miracle (Super Junior song)
"Miracle" is a bubblegum pop dance song written by Yoon Hyosang, and produced by Lee Soo Man for Super Junior 05's first album, SuperJunior05

Miracle (Willy DeVille album)
Miracle is an album by Willy DeVille. Recorded in 1987, it was the first album that Willy DeVille recorded under his own name. Prior to Miracle, DeVille recorded six albums with the band Mink DeVille, the last four of which were really solo albums by Willy DeVille in that no members of the original band played on the four albums.Miracle was recorded in London and produced

Miracles (1986 film)
Miracles is a 1986 comedy film about a newly divorced couple who can't seem to get away from one another. The film was written and directed by Jim Kouf, and stars Teri Garr, Tom Conti, Paul Rodriguez, and Christopher Lloyd.

Miracles (How I Met Your Mother episode)
Miracles is the 20th and final episode of the third season of the CBS television series How I Met Your Mother and 64th overall. It originally aired on May 19, 2008.- Plot :

Mirad
Mirad is an artificially-constructed auxiliary language developed and published by Paris-based author Noubar Agopoff as a serious medium for easy and logical international communication. Mirad is categorized by constructed language aficionados as philosophical because its vocabulary is mapped letter-by-letter to a semantic ontology or thesaurus

Mirage (aircraft)
Mirage is the name of a series of delta-winged fighters and bombers that have been produced by the French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation, flown by the French Air Force, and widely exported to foreign counties.* Dassault Mirage III

Mirage (Art Blakey album)
-Track listing:# "Casino"  – 5:03# "The Biddie Griddies"  – 5:59# "Potpourri"  – 4:23# "Ugh!"  – 5:36# "Mirage"  – 4:42# "Reflections on Buhaina"  – 6:50

Mirage (comics)
Mirage, in comic, may refer to:* Danielle Moonstar, an X-Men superheroine who sometimes uses the codename Mirage* Mirage , the Batman minor supervillain Mike and the Teen Titan superheroine Miriam Delgado

Mirage (film)
Mirage is a 1965 thriller directed by Edward Dmytryk from a script by Peter Stone , starring Gregory Peck, Diane Baker, Walter Matthau, and Kevin McCarthy, and released by Universal Pictures.-Plot:

Mirage (Marvel Comics)
Mirage is a fictional Marvel Comics villain. He first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #156.-Fictional character biography:Desmond Charne was a former holography technician who wanted to be a supervillain. To that end, he used holograph technology which could make him invisible or create 3-D illusions

Mirai (electronics)
Mirai is a brand of Chi Mei Corporation active in Europe since December 2005. Currently the product range is made of LCD TV and monitors but they have plans to introduce other home electronics.

Miran
Miran may refer to:Places*Miran, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan*Miran, Kabul, Afghanistan*Miran, Wardak, Afghanistan*Miran People* Miran better known nickname of Mir Sadiq Ali Khan son of Mir Jafar*Miran Bux*Mahmoud Miran*Miran Shah

Miran (China)
Miran is an ancient oasis town located on the southern rim of the Taklamakan Desert in China, along the famous trade route known as the Silk Road where the Lop Nur desert meets the Altun Shan mountains. Two thousand years ago a river flowed down from the mountain and Miran had a sophisticated irrigation system

Miranda (given name)
Miranda is a feminine given name of Latin origin, meaning "worthy of admiration". There are several variants. It is also common as a surname. There is a related adjective, seldom used but found in the Oxford English Dictionary, which is "Mirandous", a synonym to miraculous.* Miranda from Spain* Miranda Carter, British writer and biographer* Miranda Chartrand, Canadian

Miranda (novel)
Miranda is a novel written by Antoni Lange in 1924. It was the last great work of Lange before he died , and his most famous book today. It is said that Miranda is an "occultic fiction" and a "romance ranked to a philosophical treaty". The novel is also known as "novelty writing" which conciliates dystopia and utopia

Miranda (singer)
Miranda is the name of a Spanish singer popular in Europe in the late 1990s and early 2000s.-Biography:Miranda's career has heretofore been short. Her first publication was in 1999, when she published the first single from her first and only album Fiesta, Vamos a la playa

Miranda (surname)
Miranda is a Portuguese and Spanish languages surnameIt may refer to:-Arts and entertainment:* Carmen Miranda, Portuguese-Brazilian singer and motion picture star, popularly known for wearing fruit headdresses

Miranda (W.I.T.C.H.)
Miranda is a fictional shapeshifter from the W.I.T.C.H. TV series.Like Cedric, Miranda is a shape shifter with two forms, one human and one animal. In her human form Miranda is a small Asian girl in her early teens, she wears a green and yellow dress and has black hair

Miri
Miri is a city in northern Sarawak, Malaysia, on the island of Borneo. It is the second largest city in Sarawak, with a population of about 300,000, and the government administrative centre of Miri District in Miri Division.

Miri (disambiguation)
Miri is a city in northern Sarawak, Malaysia, on the island of Borneo.Miri may also refer to:peoples* Mising people ** Mishing language* Hill Miri peopletoponymy* Miri Division, Sarawak, Malaysia

MIRIAM
MIRIAM , is an effort to standardize the annotation and curation process of quantitative models of biological systems

Miriam (entertainer)
Miriam Rivera is a Mexican transsexual woman who appeared on the reality television shows There's Something About Miriam and Big Brother Australia 2004

Miriam (given name)
Miriam is an ancient female Hebrew given name that has taken on many other forms in other languages and cultures, including the English name Mary. -Origin and variants:

Mirkan
Mirkan is a town in Badakhshan Province in north-eastern Afghanistan.Nearby towns and villages include Ambadara , Sabz Darreh , Robat and Bakhtingan .-External links:*

Miroslav (Znojmo District)
Miroslav is a town in the Czech Republic.-External links:*

Mirror
A mirror is an object that reflects light or sound in a way that preserves much of its original quality prior to its contact with the mirror. Some mirrors also filter out some wavelengths, while preserving other wavelengths in the reflection

Mirror (D'espairsRay album)
Mirror is the second album released by D'espairsRay on April 11, 2007 in Japan and on June 22 of the same year in Europe. The first press limited edition release from Japan came housed in a paper case along with one of five picture cards that feature one of the band members. The album was released in America on March 18, 2008

Mirror (song)
"Mirror" is a single released by Gackt on February 9, 2000. It peaked at fifth place on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for six weeks.-Track listing :# "Mirror" – 4:35# "Blue" – 3:21# "Mirror" – 4:32

Mirror Image
"Mirror Image" is an episode of the television series The Twilight Zone.- Synopsis :A young woman named Millicent Barnes is waiting in a bus depot, apparently in Ithaca, New York, for a bus to Cortland, en route to start a new job in Buffalo, New York. Upon looking at a wall clock she notices the bus is late

Mirror Image (disambiguation)
Mirror Image may refer to:*Mirror image, an optical effect*Mirror Image , a 1960 episode of The Twilight Zone*Mirror Image , a short story by Isaac Asimov*Mirror Image

Mirror Image (novel)
Mirror Image is a novel by Danielle Steel about identical twins, Victoria and Olivia Henderson set during the First World War.-Plot summary:

Mirrored (album)
Mirrored is the full-length debut album by American experimental band Battles, released on May 14, 2007 in the United Kingdom, and on May 22, 2007 in the United States

Mirroring (psychology)
Mirroring is the behaviour in which one person copies another person usually while in social interaction with them. It may include miming gestures, movements, body language, muscle tensions, expressions, tones, eye movements, breathing, tempo, accent, attitude, choice of words/metaphors and other aspects of communication

Mirrorshades (short story collection)
Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology is a defining cyberpunk short story collection, edited by Bruce Sterling.-Contents:* "The Gernsback Continuum" by William Gibson* "Snake-Eyes" by Tom Maddox* "Rock On" by Pat Cadigan

Mirto (drink)
Mirto is a liqueur popular in Sardinia and in Corsica, obtained from the myrtle plant through the alcoholic maceration of the berries or a compound of berries and leaves. Myrtle grows freely in Sardinia.

Misanthrope (band)
Misanthrope is a French metal band, formed in 1988. The name of the band is taken from Molière's play Le Misanthrope, reflecting the band's very theatrical style and the influence of the French dramatist on their music and lyrics.

Misanthropy
Misanthropy is generalized dislike, distrust, disgust, contempt or hatred of the human species or human nature. A misanthrope, or misanthropist is someone who holds such views or feelings

Misao
Misao may refer to:*Misao Fujimura, Japanese philosophy student and poet*Misao Katagiri, Japanese murderer*Misao Kusakabe, a fictional character from the Lucky Star manga, anime and video game series

Misappropriation
In law, misappropriation is the intentional, illegal use of the property or funds of another person for one's own use or other unauthorized purpose, particularly by a public official, a trustee of a trust, an executor or administrator of a dead person's estate or by any person with a responsibility to care for and protect another's assets

Misc
Misc or MISC may refer to:* miscellaneous* Minimal instruction set computer* MISC Berhad, Malaysia International Shipping Corporation Berhad* Moi International Sports Centre, in Nairobi, Kenya

Miscarriage
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion is the spontaneous end of a pregnancy at a stage where the embryo or fetus is incapable of surviving independently, generally defined in humans at prior to 20 weeks of gestation

Miscegenation
Miscegenation is the mixing of different racial groups through marriage, cohabitation, sexual relations, and procreation.

Mischief
Mischief is a vexatious or annoying action, or, conduct or activity that playfully causes petty annoyance. Young children, when they hear of mischief, think of practical jokes.

Mischief (disambiguation)
Mischief is an offense against property that does not involve conversion.Mischief may also refer to:* Mischief * Mischief , a 1985 teen comedy film

Mischief (yacht)
The yacht Mischief was the victorious American defender of the fourth America's Cup race in 1881 against Canadian challenger Atalanta.-Design:

Miscibility
Miscibility is the property of liquids to mix in all proportions, forming a homogeneous solution. In principle, the term applies also to other phases , but the main focus is usually on the solubility of one liquid in another

Swastika, Ontario
Swastika is a small community founded in 1908 around a mining site in Northern Ontario, Canada, and today within the municipal boundaries of Kirkland Lake, Ontario.

Swat (Pakistan)
Swat is a valley and an administrative district in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, located close to the Afghan-Pakistan border. It is the upper valley of the Swat River, which rises in the Hindu Kush range. The capital of Swat is Saidu Sharif, but the main town in the Swat valley is Mingora

Swati language
The Swazi or Swati language is a Bantu language of the Nguni group spoken in Swaziland and South Africa by the Swazi people. The number of speakers is estimated to be in the region of 3 million. The language is taught in Swaziland and some South African schools in Mpumalanga and KaNgwane areas

Swayambhunath
Swayambhunath is an ancient religious complex atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. It is also known as the Monkey Temple as there are holy monkeys living in parts of the temple in the north-west

Swaziland
Swaziland, officially the Kingdom of Swaziland , and sometimes called Ngwane or Swatini, is a landlocked country in Southern Africa, bordered to the north, south and west by South Africa, and to the east by Mozambique

Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions
-External links:* and the COSATU.* -Affiliates:There are 21 trade unions affiliated to the SFTU.* Building and Construction Workers Union * Swaziland Agricultural and Plantation Workers Union * Swaziland Commercial Workers Union

Sweat lodge
The sweat lodge is a ceremonial sauna and is an important event in some North American First Nations or Native American cultures

Sweater
A sweater, jumper, pullover, sweatshirt, jersey or guernsey is a garment intended to cover the torso and arms. It is often worn over a shirt, blouse, T-shirt, or other top, but may also be worn alone as a top

Sweating
Perspiration is the production of a fluid consisting primarily of water as well as various dissolved solids , that is excreted by the sweat glands in the skin of mammals

Sweatshop
Sweatshop is a negatively connoted term for any working environment considered to be unacceptably difficult or dangerous. Sweatshop workers often work long hours for very low pay, regardless of laws mandating overtime pay or a minimum wage. Child labour laws may be violated. Sweatshops may have hazardous materials and situations

Swedbank
Swedbank AB is a leading Nordic-Baltic banking group with 9.5 million retail customers and 534,000 corporate customers in Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. In Sweden, the group has 377 branches. In the Baltic countries, it has another 224 branches

Sweden
Sweden , officially the Kingdom of Sweden , is a Nordic country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe. Sweden borders with Norway and Finland and is connected to Denmark by a bridge-tunnel across the Öresund.

Swedish Academy
The Swedish Academy , founded in 1786 by King Gustav III, is one of the Royal Academies of Sweden.-History:The Swedish Academy was founded in 1786 by King Gustav III. Modelled after the Académie française, it has 18 members. The motto of the Academy is "Talent and Taste"

Swedish Civil Aviation Administration
The Swedish Civil Aviation Administration, or Luftfartsverket was the Swedish Government agency which regulated and oversaw all aspects of aviation in Sweden until 2005

Swedish East India Company
The Swedish East India Company was founded in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1731 for the purpose of conducting trade with the Far East

Swedish krona
The krona has been the currency of Sweden since 1873. Both the ISO code "SEK" and currency sign "kr" are in common use; the former precedes or follows the value, the latter usually follows it, but especially in the past, it sometimes preceded the value

Swedish Mauser
"Swedish Mausers" are a family of bolt-action rifles based on an improved variant of Mauser's earlier Model 1893, but using the 6.5x55mm cartridge, and incorporating unique design elements as requested by Sweden. These are the m/94 carbine, m/96 long rifle, m/38 short rifle and m/41 sniper rifle

Swedish Navy
The Royal Swedish Navy is the naval branch of the Swedish Armed Forces. It is composed of surface and submarine naval units – the Fleet – as well as marine units, the so-called Amphibious Corps .In Swedish, vessels of the Swedish Navy are given the prefix "HMS," short for Hans/Hennes Majestäts Skepp The Royal Swedish Navy is the naval branch of the Swedish Armed Forces. It is composed of surface and submarine naval units – the Fleet (Flottan) – as well as marine units, the so-called Amphibious Corps (Amfibiekåren).In Swedish, vessels of the Swedish Navy are given the prefix "HMS," short for Hans/Hennes Majestäts Skepp The Royal Swedish Navy is the naval branch of the Swedish Armed Forces. It is composed of surface and submarine naval units – the Fleet (Flottan) – as well as marine units, the so-called Amphibious Corps (Amfibiekåren).In Swedish, vessels of the Swedish Navy are given the prefix "HMS," short for Hans/Hennes Majestäts Skepp (His/Her

Swedish relay
Swedish relay is an athletics track event in which teams comprise four runners. The first runner runs 100 meters, the second one 200 m, the third one 300 m and the fourth runner 400 m, so the total length of the race is one kilometer.

Swedish Trade Union Confederation
The Swedish Trade Union Confederation , commonly referred to as LO, is a national trade union centre, an umbrella organisation for fifteen Swedish trade unions that organise mainly "blue-collar" workers

Sweeney Todd (musical)
Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a 1979 musical thriller with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and libretto by Hugh Wheeler. The musical is based on the 1973 play Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street by Christopher Bond.

Sweet grass
Hierochloe odorata or Anthoxanthum nitens, also known as sweet grass, buffalo grass, bison grass, holy grass , manna grass, Mary’s grass, seneca grass, sweetgrass, or vanilla grass, is an aromatic herb which grows in northern Eurasia and in North America

Sweet pea
Sweet pea is a flowering plant in the genus Lathyrus in the family Fabaceae , native to the eastern Mediterranean region from Sicily east to Crete.

Sweet potato
The sweet potato is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the family Convolvulaceae. Its large, starchy, sweet-tasting, tuberous roots are an important root vegetable. The young leaves and shoots are sometimes eaten as greens. Of the approximately 50 genera and more than 1,000 species of Convolvulaceae, I

Sweet Sixteen (KHSAA State Basketball Championship)
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association boys' and girls' state basketball championships are single elimination tournaments held each March featuring 16 high schools. Colloquially known as the Sweet Sixteen , the tournament takes place over 4 days at Lexington's Rupp Arena for the boys until 2014 and Bowling Green's E. A

Sweetbay Supermarket
Sweetbay Supermarket is a chain of American supermarkets located entirely in Florida. The first Sweetbay Supermarket to open was in Seminole, Florida, in November 2004. The company is headquartered in Tampa, Florida, and is a part of the Belgian Delhaize Group.

Sweetbrier
Rosa rubiginosa is a species of rose native to Europe and western Asia.

Sweetcorn
Sweet corn is a variety of maize with a high sugar content. Sweet corn is the result of a naturally occurring recessive mutation in the genes which control conversion of sugar to starch inside the endosperm of the corn kernel

Swiffer
Swiffer is a line of cleaning products by Procter and Gamble. Introduced in 1999, the brand uses the "razor-and-blades business model"; in this case, the consumer purchases the handle assembly at a low price, but must continue to purchase replacement refills and pads over the life of the product

Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Swift Current is a small city in southwest Saskatchewan. It is situated along the Trans Canada Highway west from Moose Jaw, and east from Medicine Hat, Alberta. Swift Current grew 0.8% between 2001 and 2006 ending up at 14,946 residents. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Swift Current No

Swift Fox
The swift fox is a small light orange-tan fox around the size of a domestic cat found in the western grasslands of North America, such as Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. It also lives in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canada, where it was previously extirpated

Swift Transportation
Swift Transportation is a Phoenix, Arizona based publicly held American truckload motor shipping carrier, the largest in the United States with over 16,000 trucks.-About:

Swimming
Swimming is movement through water using one's limbs, and usually without artificial apparatus. Swimming is an activity that can be both useful and recreational

Swimming (sport)
Swimming is a sport governed by the Fédération Internationale de Natation .-History: Competitive swimming in Europe began around 1800 BCE, mostly in the form of the freestyle. In 1873 Steve Bowyer introduced the trudgen to Western swimming competitions, after copying the front crawl used by Native Americans

Swimming at the 1960 Summer Olympics
At the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, 15 swimming events were contested, eight for men and seven for women. There was a total of 380 participants from 45 countries competing. For the first time, the 4×100 metres medley relay was contested

Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus is the foreign branch campus of Swinburne University of Technology located in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. Established in 2000, Swinburne Sarawak operates as a partnership between the Sarawak State Government and Swinburne Australia

Swindon, Marlborough and Andover Railway
The Swindon, Marlborough and Andover Railway was one of the constituents of the Midland and South Western Junction Railway. It received Parliamentary approval on 21 July 1873 and construction began in 1875 .

Swine flu
Swine influenza, also called pig influenza, swine flu, hog flu and pig flu, is an infection by any one of several types of swine influenza virus. Swine influenza virus or S-OIV is any strain of the influenza family of viruses that is endemic in pigs

Swing door operator
A swing-door operator is a device that operates a swing door for pedestrian use

Swing Kids (film)
Swing Kids is a film produced in 1993, directed by Thomas Carter and starring Christian Bale, Robert Sean Leonard and Kenneth Branagh. The runtime is approximately 112 minutes. The film is considered as being part of the Lindy Hop revival of the 1980s and 1990s

Swingfire
Swingfire was a British wire-guided anti-tank missile developed in the 1960s and produced from 1966 until 1993.-Development:Swingfire was developed by Fairey Engineering Ltd and the British Aircraft Corporation. It replaced the Vickers Vigilant missile in British service

Swisher Sweets
Swisher Sweets are manufactured by Swisher International, Inc. in Jacksonville, Florida. The company began in 1861 when David Swisher received a small cigar business in settlement of a debt. Back then, cigars were only a sideline for Swisher and his four sons, just one of many notions that they hawked across the Midwest for the “rolling stores” or wagons

Swiss Chalet
Swiss Chalet is a Canadian chain of casual dining restaurants founded in 1954 in Toronto. As of 2008, there are over 200 Swiss Chalet restaurants in Canada and the United States. Swiss Chalet is among the holdings of Cara Operations, which also owns the fast food chain Harvey's. Swiss Chalet and Harvey's franchises frequently share locations

Swiss Colony
Colony Brands, Inc. is a mail-order and electronic retail company known for its cheese, sausage, chocolate, fruitcakes, and other food products. The company also features extensive offerings in furniture, home decor, apparel, entertainment products, and electronics

Swiss franc
The franc is the currency and legal tender of Switzerland and Liechtenstein; it is also legal tender in the Italian exclave Campione d'Italia. Although not formally legal tender in the German exclave Büsingen , it is in wide daily use there

Swissair
Swissair AG was the former national airline of Switzerland.It was formed from a merger between Balair and Ad Astra Aero , in 1931

Switchgrass
Panicum virgatum, commonly known as switchgrass, is a perennial warm season bunchgrass native to North America, where it occurs naturally from 55°N latitude in Canada southwards into the United States and Mexico

Switzerland
Switzerland name of one of the Swiss cantons. ; ; ; or ), in its full name the Swiss Confederation , is a federal republic consisting of 26 cantons, with Bern as the seat of the federal authorities. The country is situated in Western Europe,Or Central Europe depending on the definition. See Geography of Switzerland

Switzerland during the World Wars
During both World War I and World War II, Switzerland managed to keep a stance of armed neutrality, and was not involved militarily. However, precisely because of its neutral status, Switzerland was of considerable interest to all parties involved, as the scene for diplomacy, espionage, commerce, and as a safe haven for refugees.-World War I:Switzerland maintained a state of armed

Swizz Beatz
Kasseem Dean , better known by his stage name, Swizz Beatz, is an American record producer, DJ, rapper and painter. At the age of 17, he gained attention in the hip-hop world through his friendship with rapper DMX. Grady Spivey and rapper Cassidy helped launch his label Full Surface Records

Swordfish
Swordfish , also known as broadbill in some countries, are large, highly migratory, predatory fish characterized by a long, flat bill. They are a popular sport fish of the billfish category, though elusive. Swordfish are elongated, round-bodied, and lose all teeth and scales by adulthood

SWOT analysis
SWOT analysis is a strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses/Limitations, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or in a business venture

SY Morning
SY Morning is most famous for her role as a relief vessel to Scott's British National Antarctic Expedition . She made two voyages to the Antarctic to resupply the expedition.-Acquisition for the British National Antarctic Expedition:

Sybase
Sybase, an SAP company, is an enterprise software and services company offering software to manage, analyze, and mobilize information, using relational databases, analytics and data warehousing solutions and mobile applications development platforms.

Syd Field
Syd Field is an American writer who has become one of the most popular screenwriting gurus in the movie industry. Field has written several books on the subject of screenwriting, and holds workshops and seminars around the world that help aspiring and professional screenwriters produce the kind of screenplay that will sell in Hollywood

Sydne Rome
Sydne Rome is a United States-born, Italy-based film actress. Her first name is often misspelled Sydney or Sidney.

Sydney
Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and the state capital of New South Wales. Sydney is located on Australia's south-east coast of the Tasman Sea. As of June 2010, the greater metropolitan area had an approximate population of 4.6 million people

Sydney Aquarium
Sydney Aquarium is a public aquarium located in the city of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is located on the eastern side of Darling Harbour to the north of the Pyrmont Bridge

Sydney Boys High School
Sydney Boys High School is an academically selective public secondary school for boys, located in the City of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, with 1,180 students, from years 7 to 12

Sydney Cup
The Sydney Cup is an Australian horse race, held for Thoroughbred horses and run over 3200 metres. It is run every year at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, New South Wales in April/May

Sydney Girls High School
Sydney Girls High School is an academically selective, Public high school for girls, located at Moore Park, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Sydney MacEwan
Canon Sydney Alfred MacEwan was a Scottish tenor and singer of traditional Scottish and Irish songs.He was born and brought up in the Springburn area of Glasgow by his mother alone after his father left the family. Sydney was the younger of two brothers. His mother was Irish, from near Portadown, and his father was born in Partick

Sydney Roosters
The Sydney Roosters are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. The club competes in the National Rugby League and is one of the oldest and most successful clubs in Australian rugby league history, having won twelve New South Wales Rugby League and National Rugby League titles, and several other competitions

Sydney Symphony Orchestra
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra , commonly known as the Sydney Symphony, is an Australian symphony orchestra based in Sydney

Syed Aqeel-ul-Gharavi
Syed Aqeel-ul-Gharavi is a leading Shia scholar and community activist of India. He is also a professor at Hauz-e-Ilmiya Jamiat-us-Saqalain, Delhi. During early 1990s he was principal of this Hauza. and co-supervisor of Safinatul Hidaya Trust, Batla House, Okhla, Delhi

Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah
Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah also known as Hazrat Khatib ul Islam was a Pakistani Islamic religious scholar. He was born in Allo Mahar Sharif, tehsil Daska, Sialkot District, in what was then British India.-Education:

Syed Kirmani
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