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Ŝ or ŝ is a consonant in Esperanto orthography, representing the sound .Esperanto orthography uses a diacritic for all four of its postalveolar consonants, as do most Latin-based Slavic alphabets

Ś is an S with an acute accent. It is found in the Polish alphabet and it is used in most other languages:*Slavic: usually a palatalized form of /s/**Polish language - **In the Belarusian Łacinka alphabet for сь

S (disambiguation)
S is the nineteenth letter of the English alphabet.S may also refer to:* <s>, the deprecated HTML element "start tag" for strike-through text, like this* Shilling * S band, a band of radio which ranges from 2 to 4 GHz

S&M may refer to:*Sadomasochism, a form of physical role-playing*S&M , a 1999 live music album by Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra*S&M , 2001*"S&M" , by Rihanna from Loud

S&T can refer to:* Science and Technology, the counterpart of R&D* Missouri University of Science and Technology, often shortened to "Missouri S&T" or simply "S&T"* Sky & Telescope, a magazine* Strategy & Tactics, a magazine

S&T (company)
The S&T group of enterprises is an IT consulting, solutions and services provider with its head office in Vienna and 80 branches in 22 countries.-Company history:

S.W.A.T. (soundtrack)
S.W.A.T. is the soundtrack score for the 2003 action movie S.W.A.T., based on the 1970s TV series of the same name, composed Elliot Goldenthal.- The score :

-Organizations:* S.A. , a type of corporation in various countries* Salvation Army, a Christian denomination founded by William Booth* Sewickley Academy, a private school in the United States

Sa or sa may refer to:*sa , Egyptian hieroglyph meaning 'protection'*Sa , romanisation of the Japanese kana さ and サ*Sá, a Portuguese surname*Sa or Saa language, spoken in Vanuatu*.sa, Saudi Arabia's top-level domain

SA3 can refer to the following:* SA-3 Goa, the NATO reporting name of the Isayev S-125, a Soviet surface-to-air missile system.* An acronym for Sonic Advance 3, a Game Boy Advance game.* SA3 coupler, an automatic coupler for railway use.

Saal may refer to the following places in Germany:*Saal an der Donau, in the district of Kelheim, Bavaria*Saal an der Saale, in the district Rhön-Grabfeld, Bavaria*Saal, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, in the district Vorpommern-Rügen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

The Saale, also known as the Saxon Saale and Thuringian Saale , is a river in Germany and a left-bank tributary of the Elbe. It is not to be confused with the smaller Franconian Saale, a right-bank tributary of the Main, or the Saale in Lower Saxony, a tributary of the Leine.-Course:The Saale originates on the slope of the Großer Waldstein mountain near Zell in the

Saami or SAAMI can stand for:*Sami people*Sami languages*Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute

Saban (disambiguation)
Saban may refer to:People:* Sabans, a small indigenous ethnic group of Sarawak, Malaysia* Saban of Baekje , seventh king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea* Haim Saban , billionaire television and media proprietor

Sabata (film)
Sabata , is a 1969 Italian Spaghetti Western directed by Gianfranco Parolini. It is the first film in The Sabata Trilogy by Parolini, and stars Lee Van Cleef as the title character

A sabaton or solleret is part of a knight's armour that covers the foot. Fifteenth century sabatons typically end in a tapered point well past the actual toes of the wearer's foot

Sabbat (VTES)
Sabbat is the third expansion of White Wolf, Inc.'s trading card game Vampire: The Eternal Struggle released on October 28, 1996 - and the last expansion published by Wizards of the Coast

Sabbath in Christianity is a weekly day of rest or religious observance, derived from the Biblical Sabbath.Seventh-day Sabbath observance, i.e. resting from labor from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset, is practiced by seventh-day Sabbatarians

Sabbath or a sabbath is generally a weekly day or time of worship observed in Abrahamic religions and other practices. Many viewpoints and definitions have arisen over the millennia

Sabbatical (TV series)
Sabbatical is a 2007 CTV television movie, which was filmed in August 2007, as a pilot, and aired on 23 November 2007.The film, follows Patrick Marlowe , his paleontologist wife Dr

Sabella is a surname of Italian origin, and may refer to:*Alejandro Sabella , Argentine professional football player*Ernie Sabella , American actor*Michael Sabella , American caporegime of the Bonanno crime family

Sabellian can refer to*Sabellian, a believer in Sabellianism, the nontrinitarian belief that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are different modes or aspects of one God, rather than three distinct persons in God Himself

Sabellida is a suborder of annelid worms in the class Polychaeta. They are filter feeders with no buccal organ. The prostomium is fused with the peristomium and bears a ring of feathery feeding tentacles

Sabellidae are sedentary marine polychaete tube worms where the head is mostly concealed by feathery branchiae. They build tubes out of parchment, sand, and bits of shell

Saber (artist)
Saber is an American graffiti artist, and painter working in Los Angeles. The Washington Post described him as one of "the best and most respected artists" in his field.- Los Angeles River :

Sabkha is a transliteration of the Arabic word for a salt flat. Sabkhas are supratidal, forming along arid coastlines and are characterized by evaporite-carbonate deposits with some siliciclastics. Sabkhas form subaerial, prograding and shoaling-upward sequences that have an average thickness of a meter or less

The sable is a species of marten which inhabits forest environments, primarily in Russia from the Ural Mountains throughout Siberia, in northern Mongolia and China and on Hokkaidō in Japan. Its range in the wild originally extended through European Russia to Poland and Scandinavia

SABLE is an XML markup language used to annotate texts for speech synthesis. It defines tags which control the way words, numbers, and sentences are reproduced by a computer

Sable (TV series)
Sable was a short-lived television program that aired on ABC during the 1987-1988 season, and was based on the comic book, Jon Sable: Freelance, by Mike Grell. Only seven episodes ever aired.

Sablon a French name, may refer to:*Sablon , Zavel - an important square on a hill by the same name, in the old area of Brussels*Germaine Sablon -French singer and actress*Jean Sablon -French singer and actor

A sabot is a device used in a firearm or cannon to fire a projectile, such as a bullet, that is smaller than the bore diameter, or which must be held in a precise position. The term is also applied to a battery stub case, a device used similarly to make a small electrical battery usable in a device designed to employ a larger battery; see list of battery sizes

Sabotage is a deliberate action aimed at weakening another entity through subversion, obstruction, disruption, or destruction. In a workplace setting, sabotage is the conscious withdrawal of efficiency generally directed at causing some change in workplace conditions. One who engages in sabotage is a saboteur

Sabotage (Master Joe y O.G. Black album)
-Track listing:# Escalezeo# Si Tú No Me Llamas# Mi Locura # Banshee Robao # Eres Prohibida # Somos Calle # Carita de Nena# Put Your Handz Up! # To'a la Noche

A saboteur is someone who commits sabotage.It may also refer to:*Morituri , a 1965 film also known as The Saboteur*Saboteur , a card game by Frederic Moyersoen, published in 2004

Saboteur (1999 video game)
Saboteur is a single-player action game that was set to release in 1999. Originally developed by Tigon Studios, the project was later handed down to Pumpkin Studios, developers of Warzone 2100. However, the project did not remain in the hands of Pumpkin Studios for long

Saboteur (2008 video game)
The Saboteur is an open world third person action-adventure video game set during World War II in German-occupied France. It was published by Electronic Arts and developed by former Pandemic Studios, which has been defunct since the game's release.-Plot:

Sabra may refer to:*Sabra and Shatila massacre, a 1982 massacre in Lebanon**Sabra refugee camp, former Palestinian refugee camp, part of the scene of the above massacre*Sabra , a native-born Israeli JewSABRA

Sabran is a commune in the Gard department in southern France.-Population:-References:*

The sabre or saber is a kind of backsword that usually has a curved, single-edged blade and a rather large hand guard, covering the knuckles of the hand as well as the thumb and forefinger

SABRE is a concept by Reaction Engines Limited for a hypersonic precooled hybrid air breathing rocket engine for propelling the proposed Skylon launch vehicle into low Earth orbit

Sabrina (given name)
Sabrina is a feminine given name derived from the name of the River Severn in Wales. According to a twelfth century legend recounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth, Habren or Sabrina, the Romanized form of the name, was the daughter of a king named Locrinus by his mistress, the Hunnish princess Estrildis

Sabrina (Portuguese artist)
Sabrina is the stage name of Teresa Villa-Lobos, a Portuguese singer, from Setúbal. She represented her country and national broadcaster RTP at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, in Helsinki, Finland, after winning the Festival da Canção, the national selection

Sabrina (TV show)
Sabrina is a television show that currently airs on TeleHit. It is hosted by Sabrina Sabrok .- Plot :The show mainly consist of Sabrina and other actors and actresses putting on skits related to sex, and airing music videos in between.The music videos chosen to air on the show are usually videos of songs that have been deemed inappropriate or trashy

-People:* Stuart Adam Campbell, a famous gamer who got 30 days playtime within two months of MW2's release in 2009-Computers:* Symposium on Applied Computing, an annual conference sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Applied Computing

Sač is a large metal lid like a shallow bell with which dough for bread or meat to be baked are covered, and over which ashes and live coals are put

A saccade is a fast movement of an eye, head or other part of an animal's body or device. It can also be a fast shift in frequency of an emitted signal or other quick change. Saccades are quick, simultaneous movements of both eyes in the same direction

Sacco (disambiguation)
Sacco may refer to:*Sacco, a comune in southern Italy*Sacco , a river of central Italy*Albert Sacco, an American astronaut*Antonio Sacco, an Italian actor*Joe Sacco, a Maltese artist and journalist

Sacerdos was the Latin word for "priest" and may refer to:*Sacerdos of Limoges , French saint*Sacerdos of Lyon , French saint*Sacerdos of Saguntum , Spanish saint

Sacerdotalism is the idea that a propitiatory sacrifice for sin must be offered by the intervention of an order of men separated to the priesthood

Sachem may refer to:* Sachem, a Native American leader* A leader of Tammany Hall* The Sachem award, which replaced the Sagamore of the Wabash as Indiana's highest civilian honor* Sachem School District in Long Island

A sachem[p] or sagamore is a paramount chief among the Algonquians or other northeast American tribes. The two words are anglicizations of cognate terms from different Eastern Algonquian languages

A sachet or packet, is a small disposable bag or pouch, often used to contain single-use quantities of foods or consumer goods, such as shampoo.

A sack is a bag, especially a large one for carrying or storing goods.Sack may also refer to:* Quarterback sack, a tackle of the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage in American and Canadian football* Sack , an Irish band

Sack (wine)
Sack is an antiquated wine term referring to white fortified wine imported from mainland Spain or the Canary Islands. There were sack of different origins such as:* Canary sack from the Canary Islands,* Malaga sack from Málaga,

Sacks is a German surname meaning "man from Saxony" and may refer to:* C. Jared Sacks, founder of Channel Classics Records* David O. Sacks Sacks is a German surname meaning "man from Saxony" and may refer to:* C. Jared Sacks, founder of Channel Classics Records* David O. Sacks Sacks is a German surname meaning "man from Saxony" and may refer to:* C. Jared Sacks, founder of Channel Classics Records* David O. Sacks (born c

SACO is an initialism that may refer to:* Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport's ICAO code* SACO Apartments, a UK-based vacation rental company

Sacral may refer to:*sacred*sacrum

Sacrament (album)
Sacrament is the Grammy Award nominated fifth studio album from the American groove metal band Lamb of God. Released on August 22, 2006, Sacrament debuted at #8 on the Billboard 200 charts with first-week sales of 63,000.

Sacrament (US band)
Sacrament was a Christian progressive thrash metal band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed in 1989. Their music was known for its evangelistic lyrics, and they often played to secular audiences. Sacrament is one of the pioneers of Christian thrash metal

Sacramento is the capital of the state of California, in the United States of America.Sacramento may also refer to:- United States :*Sacramento County, California*Sacramento, Kentucky*Sacramento – San Joaquin River Delta

The Sacramentum was a military oath taken by all Roman legionaries on entering the Roman army, part of the state ritual created by Augustus during his military reforms in the early 1st century CE

SACRED was a Cubesat built by the Student Satellite Program of the University of Arizona. It was the product of the work of about 50 students, ranging from college freshmen to Ph. D. students, over the course of several years. It was launched, after being postponed several times, on board a Dnepr on July 26, 2006

Holiness, or sanctity, is in general the state of being holy or sacred

Sacred (disambiguation)
Sacred is being set apart for the worship or service of gods.Sacred may also refer to:*Sacred , a 2004 PC Action-RPG, that takes place on the magical continent of Ancaria*Sacred , 2006