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A misconduct is a legal term meaning a wrongful, improper, or unlawful conduct motivated by premeditated or intentional purpose or by obstinate indifference to the consequences of one's acts.

Miscreant is the first EP album from death metal band Skinless.-Track listing:-Line up:*Sherwood Webber - Vocals*Noah Carpenter - Guitar*Joe Keyser - Bass*Bob Beaulac - Drums*George Torres - Additional Drums

Misdemeanor (album)
Misdemeanor is the first studio album from Swedish female stoner rock band Misdemeanor.-Track listing:# "Let Me Know" # "Not The One" # "Annoying" # "Mastery" # "The Beer Hunter" # "Knowing" # "Parashoot"

Misdemeanor (disambiguation)
A misdemeanor is a "lesser" criminal act.Misdemeanor may also refer to:*High misdemeanor, an archaic term in English Law for a number of positive misprisions, neglects and contemptsIn music:*Misdemeanor , by the British rock band UFO

A miser, cheapskate, snipe-snout, penny pincher, piker, scrooge, skinflint or tightwad is a person who is reluctant to spend money, sometimes to the point of forgoing even basic comforts and some necessities

A miser, cheapskate, snipe-snout, penny pincher, piker, scrooge, skinflint or tightwad is a person who is reluctant to spend money, sometimes to the point of forgoing even basic comforts and some necessities

Miserable may refer to:* "Miserable" , a song by Lit* Mr. Miserable, a fictional character in the children's book Mr. Happy by Roger Hargreaves- See also :* Les Misérables * Los Miserables, a Chilean punk band

Miserable (song)
"Miserable" is a song from Lit's album A Place in the Sun. It was the third single released from the album. It also had an accompanying music video directed by Evan Bernard, produced by Keeley Gould, in which the band is portrayed performing the song on and around a huge Pamela Anderson, who wears a white bikini and platform shoes

Miserere (album)
Miserere is an album released by Zucchero in 1992. It is Zucchero's 7th studio album.-Track listing:-Musicians:* Zucchero: vocals* Corrado Rustici: guitars, backing vocals* Peter John Vitesse: keyboards* David Sancious: keyboards* Polo Jones: bass

Misery is a psychological horror novel by Stephen King. The novel was nominated for the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in 1988, and was later made into a Hollywood film and an off-Broadway play of the same name.-Plot summary:

Misery (Australian band)
Misery are a death metal band from Brisbane, Australia. Since forming in 1991, the band has released four albums and an EP. The band split in 2005, but has reformed once more for an East Coast Australian tour in support of its final album On Demon Wings in 2009.- Background :The group was formed in 1991 by bassist Damon Robinson and guitarist Scott Edgar, who had both been members

Misery (Good Charlotte song)
"Misery" is the fourth single by Good Charlotte from the band's fourth album, Good Morning Revival. The song has been officially released worldwide except for North America where "Where Would We Be Now" will be released as the single instead

Misery (Hide song)
"Misery" is the fifth single by hide, released on June 24, 1996. On May 2, 2007, the single was re-released with a slightly different cover. On August 4, 2010, it was re-released again as part of the second releases in "The Devolution Project", which was a release of hide's original eleven singles on picture disc vinyl.Both "Misery" and "LEMONed I Scream" were covered, by Glay and Shame

Misery (Soul Asylum song)
"Misery" is a 1995 song performed by the Minneapolis rock band Soul Asylum. Although Let Your Dim Light Shine critically suffered in comparison to its predecessor, Grave Dancers Union, the single, "Misery", reached number 20 on The Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Modern Rock Tracks chart in the US. The song featured prominently in Kevin Smith's 2006 movie Clerks II

Misfit may refer to:* "Misfit" , a short story by Robert A. Heinlein* Misfit , a fictional male supervillain* Misfit , a fictional female vigilante* Misfit , a rapper in the hip hop group Rascalz

Misfit (DC Comics)
Misfit is a fictional character in the . She first appeared in Birds of Prey #96 as a wannabe Batgirl, before taking on her own identity as Misfit.-The new Batgirl:

Misfit (Marvel Comics)
Misfit is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Misfit first appeared in West Coast Avengers #40 , and was created by Mark Gruenwald and Al Milgrom.

-In film:* The Misfits , a 1961 film starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, and Montgomery Clift.- In television:* Misfits , a British television series* Misfits of Science, an American television series-In literature:

Misfits (quartet)
Misfits is a Barbershop quartet that won the 1945 SPEBSQSA international competition.

Misfortune is an Italian fairy tale, from Palermo, collected by Italo Calvino in his Italian Folktales.Another telling of the tale appears under the title Unfortunate in A Book of Enchantments and Curses, by Ruth Manning-Sanders.-Synopsis:

Misfortunes the second full length album by hardcore punk band This Is Hell. It was released on February 19th, 2008 through Trustkill Records. After extensive worldwide touring in 2007, the band managed to find time to write and record an album. An earlier version of "Infected" can also be found on the bands prior release Cripplers

"Misgivings" is the tenth episode of the fourth season of the HBO original series The Wire. Written by Ed Burns from a story by Ed Burns & Eric Overmyer, and directed by Ernest Dickerson, it originally aired on November 19, 2006.-Title reference:

Misguided is Argyle Park's first and only album under that name. The album was released by R.E.X. Records into the Christian rock market, and sits alongside other early 90s work by Circle of Dust and Mortal as being instrumental in introducing industrial music to the Christian music scene.Misguided is a diverse album that combines elements such as techno, metal guitar, ragtime

Misha (2CD)
Misha is the second studio album by Misha.- CD 1 :# I Want To Make Him Want# Dobrý pocit# Stále# Just A Friend To me# Attracted# Think Twice# Just Like Me# Barbecue# Možno sa to dá# Footprints In My Heart

Misha (singer)
Michaela Paľová known under her stage name Misha is an R&B, soul vocalist, from the Slovak Republic. She has released three studio albums. Her latest album, 13000krát, was released in October 2007. Her first single "Náladu mi dvíhaš" was released in June 2002 and scored No.1 on Slovak airplay chart

Miska was a Palestinian village, located fifteen kilometers southwest of Tulkarem, depopulated in 1948.-History:Miska was founded by descendants of the Arabian tribe of Miskain in the 7th century Islamic conquest of Palestine.

A misnomer is a term which suggests an interpretation that is known to be untrue. Such incorrect terms sometimes derive their names because of the form, action, or origin of the subject becoming named popularly or widely referenced—long before their true natures were known.- Sources of misnomers :Some of the sources of misnomers are:* An older name being retained as the thing named

Misology is defined as the hatred of reasoning; the revulsion or distrust of logical debate, argumentation or the Socratic elenchus. As such, it can also be used to mean anti-intellectualism in general.

Mispronunciation is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as "incorrect or inaccurate pronunciation". The matter of what is or is not mispronunciation is a contentious one, and indeed there is some disagreement about the extent to which the term is even meaningful

Misrepresentation is a contract law concept. It means a false statement of fact made by one party to another party, which has the effect of inducing that party into the contract. For example, under certain circumstances, false statements or promises made by a seller of goods regarding the quality or nature of the product that the seller has may constitute misrepresentation

Miss is an English language honorific traditionally used only for an unmarried woman . Originating in the 17th century, it is a contraction of mistress, which was used for all women. A period is not used to signify the contraction

Though a missile may be any thrown or launched object, it colloquially almost always refers to a self-propelled guided weapon system.-Etymology:The word missile comes from the Latin verb mittere, meaning "to send"

Missing or The Missing may refer to:-Film:*Missing , a 1982 starring Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek*The Missing, a 2003 film starring Cate Blanchett and Tommy Lee Jones*Missing , a U.S

Missing (BBC TV Series)
Missing, titled Missing Live from 2008-2010, is a BBC One morning television series which has been running since 2005. It is currently presented Louise Minchin and Rav Wilding, who replaced Sally Magnusson in 2008. The fifth series adopted a live studio style as opposed to the pre-recorded, docu-drama, style of the previous series

Missing (light novels)
Missing is a series of Japanese light novels by Gakuto Coda, published by MediaWorks under their Dengeki Bunko label. The first novel in the series was adapted into a manga, which is being released in English by Tokyopop since August 2007, along with the novels since November 2007

Missing in action (disambiguation)
Missing in action is the status of a missing member of the armed services.Missing in action may also refer to:*Missing in Action, a 1984 film starring Chuck Norris*Missing in Action 2: The Beginning, the 1985 prequel

Missing Link
Missing link is a nonscientific term for any transitional fossil, especially one connected with human evolution; see Transitional fossil - Missing links and List of transitonal fossils - Human evolution.Missing Link may refer to:

Missing Link (comics)
-Publication history:The second Missing Link first appeared in Incredible Hulk #105-106 , and was created by Bill Everett, Roy Thomas, and Marie Severin. This story was later reprinted in Marvel Treasury Edition #5 . The character subsequently appears in The Incredible Hulk #179 , and ROM #29

Missing Link (film)
Missing Link is a 1988 film written and directed by Carol and David Hughes. The movie is set in Africa roughly one million years ago, at a time when one species of "man-apes" was being displaced by the ancestors of modern humans Missing Link is a 1988 film written and directed by Carol and David Hughes. The movie is set in Africa roughly one million years ago, at a time when one species of "man-apes" (Australopithecus robustus) was being displaced by the ancestors of modern humans Missing Link is a 1988 film written and directed by Carol and David Hughes. The movie is set in Africa roughly one million years ago, at a time when one species of "man-apes" (Australopithecus robustus) was being displaced by the ancestors of modern humans (possibly Homo erectus but they are never named

Missing Link (puzzle)
Missing Link is a mechanical puzzle invented in 1981 by Steven P. Hanson and Jeffrey D. Breslow.The puzzle has four sides, each depicting a chain of a different color. Each side contains four tiles, except one which contains three tiles and a gap. The top and bottom rows can be rotated, and tiles can slide up or down into the gap

Missing Link (television)
Missing Link is a retrospective sports program that airs on ESPN Classic. The program debuted on March 7, 2007 at 10pm ET and is hosted by the host of ESPN Radio's The Herd, Colin Cowherd.

Missing Link (TV series)
Missing Link was a television series that aired on the American network ESPN Classic.It debuted on March 7, 2007 and aired every Wednesday night at 10 p.m. Eastern time. Colin Cowherd was the host of the show.

Mission may refer to:* Mission , variety of grape* Mission , base of missionary practice* Mission statement, a formal short written statement of an organization's value proposition

Mission (album)
Mission is the second album from UK ska punk band Jesse James. It was released by Golf Records on 22 October 2003. The album was recorded in San Francisco and produced by Ryan Greene.-Track listings:#Six Minutes#Hills Vs Mountains

Mission (LACMTA station)
Mission Station is an at-grade light rail station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It is located at the intersection of Mission Street and Meridian Avenue in South Pasadena, California. The station is served by the Gold Line.

Mission (song)
"Mission" is a song by the progressive rock band Rush from the 1987 album Hold Your Fire. The song features prominent keyboard parts played by Geddy Lee. "Mission" was most recently played live during the band's 2007/2008 tour for the album Snakes & Arrows

A missionary is a member of a religious group sent into an area to do evangelism or ministries of service, such as education, literacy, social justice, health care and economic development. The word "mission" originates from 1598 when the Jesuits sent members abroad, derived from the Latin missionem , meaning "act of sending" or mittere, meaning "to send"

Missionary (disambiguation)
Missionary may refer to:* A missionary who travels to a region to work as part of a religious group* The missionary position for sexual intercourse* The Missionary, a 1982 film starring Michael Palin

Missionary position
The missionary position is a "man-on-top" sex position usually described as the act in which the woman lies on her back and the partners face each other. Though often acted on and applied by heterosexual pairings, it may also be used by gay and lesbian couples.The missionary position is an example of ventro-ventral copulation

Mississippi (1935 film)
Mississippi is a musical comedy starring Bing Crosby, W. C. Fields, and Joan Bennett. The film was produced by Arthur Hornblow Jr. and directed by A. Edward Sutherland from an adaptation of a Booth Tarkington story by Herbert Fields and Claude Binyon

Mississippi (band)
Mississippi was an Australian band , which featured some big names in Australian rock music, Graeham Goble, Beeb Birtles and Kerryn Tolhurst

Mississippi (Bob Dylan song)
"Mississippi" is the second song on Bob Dylan's 2001 album "Love and Theft". The song was originally recorded during the Time Out of Mind sessions, but was ultimately left off the album; Dylan rerecorded the song for "Love and Theft" in May 2001

Mississippi (song)
Mississippi was a popular single by Dutch group Pussycat. Written by Werner Theunissen and produced by Eddy Hilberts, Mississippi was the sole number one single for Pussycat, spending four weeks at number one on the UK singles chart in October 1976.

Missouri (band)
Missouri is a rock band from Kansas City, Missouri, known primarily for the song "Movin' On".-History:During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Ron West was part of a well-remembered Kansas City band, The Chesmann, with his two brothers Gary and Steve

Missouri (disambiguation)
-Places:*Missouri, a US state*Missouri River, the longest or second longest river in the United States, depending on the source*Missouri tribe*Missouri City, Texas, a suburb of Houston

Missus may signify*The spoken pronunciation of Mrs., often jocular or in dialect*Missus dominicus, an "envoy of the lord" in Frankish court culture.

Missy may refer to:Places:*Missy, Calvados, a commune in the Calvados département, France*Missy-aux-Bois, a town and commune in the Aisne département, France*Missy-lès-Pierrepont, a village and commune in the Aisne département

A mistake is an error.Mistake may also refer to:*Mistake , or 'Honest mistake' an excuse for non-performance of a contract*Mistake , or mistake of fact, a defense to criminal charges on the grounds of ignorance of a fact

Mistake (Mike Oldfield song)
"Mistake" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1982 .- Release :It was not included on any Oldfield album in Europe until the compilation The Complete Mike Oldfield in 1985; however, it was included as an extra track on the North American release of the album Crises in 1983. Maggie Reilly performs vocals on "Mistake".- Charts :

Mistaken may refer to:* Mistaken Identity, a claim of the actual innocence of a criminal defendant* Mistaken Point , a small Canadian headlandMusic

Mister may refer to:* Mister , a common English language honorific* MISTER, a personal rapid transit system* A device that makes or sprays mist* Mr. Mister, a 1980s pop band* Mister , a Canto-rock band

MISTER is a personal rapid transit system developed in Poland

Misterioso is a 1958 album by jazz musician Thelonious Monk. It was recorded live at the Five Spot Cafe with Thelonious Monk , Johnny Griffin , Ahmed Abdul-Malik , and Roy Haynes

Sylacauga, Alabama
Sylacauga is a city in Talladega County, Alabama, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 12,616.Nicknames for Sylacauga include: "The Marble City," "Buzzard's Roost" and "Sly Town".

Sylhet , is a major city in north-eastern Bangladesh. It is the main city of Sylhet Division and Sylhet District, and was granted metropolitan city status in March 2009. Sylhet is located on the banks of the Surma Valley and is surrounded by the Jaintia, Khasi and Tripura hills

A syllogism is a kind of logical argument in which one proposition is inferred from two or more others of a certain form

Sylmar earthquake
The 1971 San Fernando earthquake struck the San Fernando Valley near Sylmar, California at 6:00:55 a.m. PST on February 9, 1971, with a magnitude of 6.6.

Sylvanian Families
is the name of a line of video games and anthropomorphic collectible toy flocked plastic figures, created by the Japanese company Epoch in 1985 and distributed worldwide by a number of companies

Sylvanus Morley
Sylvanus Griswold Morley was an American archaeologist, epigrapher, and Mayanist scholar who made significant contributions toward the study of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization in the early twentieth century.

Sylvester Stallone
Michael Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone , commonly known as Sylvester Stallone, and nicknamed Sly Stallone, is an American actor, filmmaker, screenwriter, film director and occasional painter. Stallone is known for his machismo and Hollywood action roles. Two of the notable characters he has portrayed include boxer Rocky Balboa and soldier John Rambo

Sylvia Browne
Sylvia Browne is an American author who describes herself as a psychic and spiritual medium

Sylvia Earle
Sylvia Alice Earle is an American oceanographer. She was chief scientist for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from 1990–1992. She is a National Geographic explorer-in-residence, sometimes called "Her Deepness" or "The Sturgeon General".-Education and career:Earle received a B.S

Sylvia Kirby
Sylvia Jane Kirby is an American country music and country pop singer and songwriter. More commonly known by the singular name Sylvia, she enjoyed crossover music success with the song "Nobody" in 1982.

Sylvia Mason-James
Sylvia Mason-James born in 1959 is a British singer who has worked extensively as a backing vocalist and solo artist.She started her career with the disco band Voyage in 1977.

Sylvia Plath
Sylvia Plath was an American poet, novelist and short story writer. Born in Massachusetts, she studied at Smith College and Newnham College, Cambridge before receiving acclaim as a professional poet and writer

Symbiosis is close and often long-term interaction between different biological species. In 1877 Bennett used the word symbiosis to describe the mutualistic relationship in lichens

A symbol is something which represents an idea, a physical entity or a process but is distinct from it. The purpose of a symbol is to communicate meaning. For example, a red octagon may be a symbol for "STOP". On a map, a picture of a tent might represent a campsite. Numerals are symbols for numbers. Personal names are symbols representing individuals

Symmetric relation
In mathematics, a binary relation R over a set X is symmetric if it holds for all a and b in X that if a is related to b then b is related to a.In mathematical notation, this is:

The Symmetrix system is EMC Corporation's flagship enterprise storage array. The Symmetrix development has been led by Moshe Yanai, who joined EMC in 1987, until shortly before his leaving EMC in 2001. There have been many generations of Symmetrix hardware, with the first appearing in 1990 and the latest, the Symmetrix VMAX Series, introduced in April 2009

Symmetry generally conveys two primary meanings. The first is an imprecise sense of harmonious or aesthetically pleasing proportionality and balance; such that it reflects beauty or perfection

Symphony No. 3 (Beethoven)
Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E flat major , also known as the Eroica , is a landmark musical work marking the full arrival of the composer's "middle-period," a series of unprecedented large scale works of emotional depth and structural rigor.The symphony is widely regarded as a mature expression of the classical style of the late

Symphony No. 40 (Mozart)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote his Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV. 550, in 1788. It is sometimes referred to as the "Great G minor symphony," to distinguish it from the "Little G minor symphony," No. 25. The two are the only minor key symphonies Mozart wrote.

Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)
The Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67, was written by Ludwig van Beethoven in 1804–08. This symphony is one of the most popular and best-known compositions in all of classical music, and one of the most often played symphonies. It comprises four movements: an opening sonata, an andante, and a fast scherzo which leads attacca to the finale

Symphony No. 7 (Sibelius)
The Symphony No. 7 in C major, Op. 105, was the final published symphony of Jean Sibelius. Completed in 1924, the Seventh is notable for being a one-movement symphony, in contrast to the standard symphonic formula of four movements

Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven)
The Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125, is the final complete symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven. Completed in 1824, the symphony is one of the best known works of the Western classical repertoire, and has been adapted for use as the European Anthem

Symposium (Plato)
The Symposium is a philosophical text by Plato dated c. 385–380 BCE. It concerns itself at one level with the genesis, purpose and nature of love.

In AC electrical power systems, a synchroscope is a device that indicates the degree to which two systems are synchronized with each other.

Syndicate Bank
Syndicate Bank Ltd. is one of the oldest and major commercial banks of India. At the time of its establishment, the bank was known as Canara Industrial and Banking Syndicate Limited. The bank, along with 13 major commercial banks of India, was nationalized on 19 July 1969, by the Government of India.-Business:The business started with a capital of Rs. 8000

Synecdoche , meaning "simultaneous understanding") is a figure of speech in which a term is used in one of the following ways:* Part of something is used to refer to the whole thing , or

Synesius , a Greek bishop of Ptolemais in the Libyan Pentapolis after 410, was born of wealthy parents, who claimed descent from Spartan kings, at Balagrae near Cyrene between 370 and 375.-Life:

Synesthesia , from the ancient Greek , "together," and , "sensation," is a neurologically based condition in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to automatic, involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway

Syngas is the name given to a gas mixture that contains varying amounts of carbon monoxide and hydrogen. Examples of production methods include steam reforming of natural gas or liquid hydrocarbons to produce hydrogen, the gasification of coal, biomass, and in some types of waste-to-energy gasification facilities

Synovial joint
A Synovial joint, also known as a diarthrosis, is the most common and most movable type of joint in the body of a mammal. As with most other joints, synovial joints achieve movement at the point of contact of the articulating bones.

Syntactic foam
Syntactic foams are composite materials synthesized by filling a metal, polymer or ceramic matrix with hollow particles called microballoons, "syntactic" meaning "put together"

A synthesizer is an electronic instrument capable of producing sounds by generating electrical signals of different frequencies. These electrical signals are played through a loudspeaker or set of headphones

Synthetic oil
Synthetic oil is a lubricant consisting of chemical compounds that are artificially made . Synthetic lubricants can be manufactured using chemically modified petroleum components rather than whole crude oil, but can also be synthesized from other raw materials

Synthetic scale
In music, a synthetic scale is a scale which has been derived from a traditional diatonic major scale through the alteration of one degree by a semitone in either direction. Composer Ferruccio Busoni originally explored these scales in his A New Esthetic of Music and their number and variety were later clarified by J

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the spirochete bacterium Treponema pallidum subspecies pallidum. The primary route of transmission is through sexual contact; however, it may also be transmitted from mother to fetus during pregnancy or at birth, resulting in congenital syphilis

The Syrena was a Polish automobile model first exhibited at the Poznań Trade Fair in 1955 and manufactured from 1957 to 1972 by the Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych in Warsaw and from 1972 to 1983 by FSM in Bielsko-Biała. 177,234 were made by FSO and 344,077 by FSM, a total of 521,311

Syria , officially the Syrian Arab Republic , is a country in Western Asia, bordering Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the West, Turkey to the north, Iraq to the east, Jordan to the south, and Israel to the southwest.

Syriac alphabet
The Syriac alphabet is a writing system primarily used to write the Syriac language from around the 2nd century BC . It is one of the Semitic abjads directly descending from the Aramaic alphabet and shares similarities with the Phoenician, Hebrew, Arabic, and the traditional Mongolian alphabets.- General remarks :Syriac is written from right to left

Syriac Christianity
Syriac or Syrian Christianity , the Syriac-speaking Christians of Mesopotamia, comprises multiple Christian traditions of Eastern Christianity. With a history going back to the 1st Century AD, in modern times it is represented by denominations primarily in the Middle East and in Kerala, India. Christianity began in the middle east in Israel among Aramaic speaking Semitic peoples

Syrian Social Nationalist Party
The Syrian Social Nationalist Party , is a secular nationalist political party in Lebanon and Syria. It advocates the establishment of a Syrian nation state spanning the Fertile Crescent, including present day Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, the Palestinian Territories, Israel, Cyprus, Kuwait, Sinai, southeastern Turkey and southwestern Iran

A syringe is a simple pump consisting of a plunger that fits tightly in a tube. The plunger can be pulled and pushed along inside a cylindrical tube , allowing the syringe to take in and expel a liquid or gas through an orifice at the open end of the tube

In cooking, a syrup is a thick, viscous liquid consisting primarily of a solution of sugar in water, containing a large amount of dissolved sugars but showing little tendency to deposit crystals

System call
In computing, a system call is how a program requests a service from an operating system's kernel. This may include hardware related services , creating and executing new processes, and communicating with integral kernel services

System context diagram
A System Context Diagram in software engineering and systems engineering is a diagram that represents the actors outside a system that could interact with that system. This diagram is the highest level view of a system. It is similar to a Block diagram

System Preferences
System Preferences is an application included with the Mac OS X operating system that allows users to modify various system settings which are divided into separate preference panes

A system on a chip or system on chip is an integrated circuit that integrates all components of a computer or other electronic system into a single chip. It may contain digital, analog, mixed-signal, and often radio-frequency functions—all on a single chip substrate

Systemic functional grammar
Systemic functional grammar , a component of systemic functional linguistics , is a form of grammatical description originally developed by Michael Halliday in a career spanning more than 50 years. It is part of a social semiotic approach to language called systemic-functional linguistics

Systems analysis
Systems analysis is the study of sets of interacting entities, including computer systems analysis. This field is closely related to requirements analysis or operations research

Systems Development Life Cycle
The systems development life cycle , or software development life cycle in systems engineering, information systems and software engineering, is a process of creating or altering information systems, and the models and methodologies that people use to develop these systems.In software engineering the SDLC concept underpins many kinds of software development methodologies

Systems management
Systems management refers to enterprise-wide administration of distributed systems including computer systems. Systems management is strongly influenced by network management initiatives in telecommunications.

Systems of measurement
A system of measurement is a set of units which can be used to specify anything which can be measured and were historically important, regulated and defined because of trade and internal commerce

Systems theory
Systems theory is the transdisciplinary study of systems in general, with the goal of elucidating principles that can be applied to all types of systems at all nesting levels in all fields of research

Syzygium erythrocalyx
Syzygium erythrocalyx, commonly known as Johnstone River satinash, is a rainforest tree native to North Queensland, Australia. The tree is up to 30 ft in height, with large, broad elliptical leaves to 20 cm long, prominent veined, and red new growth. The edible red fruit is up to 4cm wide.It is cultivated in Australia to a limited extent as a feature tree

Syzygium guineese
Syzgium guineense is a leafy forest tree of the Myrtaceae family, found in many parts of Africa both wild and domesticated. Both its fruits and leaves are edible; the pulp and the fruit skin are sucked and the seed discarded

Szechuan cuisine
Szechuan cuisine, Sichuan cuisine, or Szechwan cuisine is a style of Chinese cuisine originating in the Sichuan Province of southwestern China famed for bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of garlic and chili peppers, as well as the unique flavour of the Sichuan peppercorn

Sziklai pair
In electronics, the Sziklai pair is a configuration of two bipolar transistors, similar to a Darlington pair. In contrast to the Darlington arrangement, the Sziklai pair has one NPN and one PNP transistor, and so it is sometimes called the "complementary Darlington"

The szlachta was a legally privileged noble class with origins in the Kingdom of Poland. It gained considerable institutional privileges during the 1333-1370 reign of Casimir the Great. In 1413, following a series of tentative personal unions between the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Kingdom of Poland, the existing Lithuanian nobility formally joined this class

Szombathely is the 10th largest city in Hungary. It is the administrative centre of Vas county in the west of the country, located near the border with Austria