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Sacred cow
Cattle are considered sacred in various world religions, most notably Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism as well as the religions of Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and Ancient Rome. In some regions, especially India, the slaughter of cattle may be prohibited and their meat may be taboo.-Origins:The cow has been a symbol of wealth since ancient Vedic times

Sacred cow
Sacred cow may refer to:*Cattle in religion, object of reverence, including:**Bull , including ancient religions**Auðumbla, the primeval cow of Norse mythology**Red Heifer, a sacred sacrifice in Judaism

Sacrifice
Sacrifice is the offering of food, objects or the lives of animals or people to God or the gods as an act of propitiation or worship.While sacrifice often implies ritual killing, the term offering can be used for bloodless sacrifices of cereal food or artifacts

Sacrifice (2008)
Sacrifice was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling , which took place on May 11, 2008 at the TNA Impact! Zone in Orlando, Florida. It was the fourth event under the Sacrifice chronology

Sacrificium
Sacrificium is a death metal band from Stuttgart, Germany, formed in 1993. The band made its breakthrough in the metal scene with its 2002 album Cold Black Piece of Flesh. The second album Escaping the Stupor was released on Black Lotus Records

Sacrilege
Sacrilege is the violation or injurious treatment of a sacred object. In a less proper sense, any transgression against the virtue of religion would be a sacrilege. It can come in the form of irreverence to sacred persons, places, and things

Sacrilege (album)
Sacrilege is a double remix album by the band Can, released in 1997. It features remixes of many of the band's most well-known songs from the 1960s and 70s, remixed by contemporary recording artists.-Track listing:# "PNOOM" – 0:56

Sacrilege (disambiguation)
The word sacrilege may refer to:*Sacrilege, the mistreatment of a sacred object*Sacrilege , a punk band from England*Sacrilege , a melodic death metal band from Sweden*Sacrilege , an album by the band Can

Sacristan
A sacristan is an officer who is charged with the care of the sacristy, the church, and their contents.In ancient times many duties of the sacristan were performed by the doorkeepers , later by the treasurers and mansionarii

Sacrosanct
Sacrosanctity was a right of tribunes in Ancient Rome not to be harmed physically. Plebeians took an oath to regard anyone who laid hands on a tribune as an outlaw liable to be killed without penalty

SACS (gene)
Sacsin also known as DnaJ homolog subfamily C member 29 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the SACS gene. Sacsin is a Hsp70 co-chaperone.- Function :

Sacu
Sacu is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1681 people. It is composed of three villages: Sacu, Sălbăgelu Nou and Tincova.-References:

SAD
The word sad refers to an emotional condition.SAD or sad may refer to:- Disorders and medical conditions :* Schizoaffective disorder, a psychiatric diagnosis with symptoms of a mood disorder and schizophrenia

Sad (album)
Sad is the fourth Nels Cline Trio album. The album was recorded at New Zone Studio by Wayne Peet.-Track listing:# "Anthony "# "Fluff With Fork"# "The Luxury of Silk "# "Little Shaver"

Sad Wings of Destiny
-CD Track listing:The 1995 CD reissue by Repertoire Records had track 3 labeled as "Dream Deceiver" rather than "Dreamer Deceiver", this was later changed back to its original title on the 1998 release by Snapper Music. None of the reissues of Sad Wings of Destiny are endorsed by Judas Priest. - Personnel :* Rob Halford: vocals* K.K

Saddle
A saddle is a supportive structure for a rider or other load, fastened to an animal's back by a girth. The most common type is the equestrian saddle designed for a horse, but specialized saddles have been created for camels and other creatures

Saddleback (Maine)
Saddleback Maine is a ski resort located in Dallas Plantation, near Rangeley, Maine, on the northwestern slopes of Saddleback Mountain. It is the third largest ski area in Maine, in terms of number of trails , number of lifts , snowmaking percentage , vertical drop and skier days.All of the trail names at Saddleback are named after famous fishing flys created

Saddlebag
Saddlebags are bags that are attached to saddles.-Horse riding:In horse riding, saddlebags sit in various positions, on the back, side, or front of the saddle. Most attach to the saddle by straps and ties. They can be made from various materials. Although leather was the traditional material, it is heavier and requires more maintenance than many modern versions

Saddler
Saddler is both a skilled trade and a surname. As a trade, it refers to the occupation of making saddles.Saddler may refer to* Osmund Saddler* Sandy SaddlerAlso* Saddler, reporting name for the R-16 missile

Sade
Sade, or SADE can mean:* Marquis de Sade, the eighteenth century aristocrat, writer and libertine* Sade , a French film starring Daniel Auteuil as the Marquis de Sade* Sade , a Nigerian-British smooth jazz band from the 1980s

Sade (band)
Sade is a British smooth jazz band that formed in 1983, named for Nigerian lead singer Sade Adu. Their music features elements of R&B, soul, jazz, and soft rock.

Sade (clan)
The Sade clan is a Somali clan that includes the Marehan and the Facaayo or Facaye. They live in Gedo and Ogaden or Western Somalia also in the North Eastern Province in Kenya. The Marehan extended families are, like most Somalis, pastoral nomads and also one of the most respected clan families of the Darod clan

Sadhu
In Hinduism, sādhu denotes an ascetic, wandering monk. Although the vast majority of sādhus are yogīs, not all yogīs are sādhus. The sādhu is solely dedicated to achieving mokṣa , the fourth and final aśrama , through meditation and contemplation of brahman

Sadie
Sadie, , a black Labrador Retriever, is a recipient of the Dickin Medal, the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross. She was awarded for detecting an explosive device outside the United Nations headquarters in Kabul in November 2005, and was awarded by the Princess Alexandra on 6 February 2007

Sadie (band)
is a visual kei rock band from Japan, formed in 2005. Sadie is signed to Face Music and Mijinko Records.-Biography:Sadie was founded by Mao, Tsurugi, Aki, Mizuki and Sora in February 2005, and comes from the English word "sad", according to vocalist, Mao

Sadie (The Cleaning Lady)
"Sadie " was Australian pop singer Johnny Farnham's first solo single. The novelty song was released in November 1967 and was #1 on the Go-Set National Singles Charts for five weeks in early 1968 . It was the largest selling single in Australia by an Australian artist in the 1960s

Sadism
Sadism is the derivation of pleasure as a result of inflicting pain or watching pain inflicted on others. Aspects of it include:* Sadomasochism* Sadism and masochism as medical terms, sadism and masochism as paraphilia

Sadist
Someone who obtains pleasure from inflicting pain on others.Not to be confused with masochists who derive pleasure from having pain inflicted on themselves .Some subjects sadist could represent are:

Sadist (album)
Sadist is the eponymous fifth full-length studio album by the Italian progressive death metal band Sadist, released on April 17, 2007 by Beyond Productions

Sadist (band)
Sadist is a progressive death metal band from Genoa, Italy, founded in 1991. The band split up in 2000 after releasing their Lego album, but reunited in 2005 and released their self-titled album in 2007. Their compositions involve a heavy usage of guitar solos and keyboard solos, with progressive, jazz and some Eastern influences

Sadness
Sadness is emotional pain associated with, or characterized by feelings of disadvantage, loss, despair, helplessness, sorrow, and rage. When sad, people often become outspoken, less energetic, and emotional

Safar
Safar is the second month in the Islamic calendar.The root of the name, صفر ṣafr, has three basic areas of meaning: 1) whistle, hiss, chirp; 2) be yellow, pale ; 3) to be empty, devoid, vacant

Safari
A safari is an overland journey, usually a trip by tourists to Africa. Traditionally, the term is used for a big-game hunt, but today the term often refers to a trip taken not for the purposes of hunting, but to observe and photograph animals and other wildlife.-Etymology:Entering the English language in the late 19th century, the word safari means "long journey" in Swahili

SAFARI
SAFARI was an attempt by the French government, under the presidency of Georges Pompidou, to create a centralized database of personal data. The database was supposed to interconnect data, in particular through the use of the INSEE code .On March 21, 1974 an article in the newspaper Le Monde brought public attention to the project

Safari (EP)
Safari is a four song EP by The Breeders released in 1992 on 4AD/Elektra Records. By the time of this release, Kim Deal had enlisted her twin sister Kelley to play guitar for The Breeders

Safari (novel)
Safari is the title of a series of books written by the Egyptian writer Ahmed Khaled Towfik. The main character is Dr. Alaa Abd El Azeem. The events of the series occurs in South Africa where Alaa faces different dangers

Safari park
A safari park, sometimes known as a wildlife park, is a zoo-like commercial tourist attraction where visitors can drive in their own vehicles or ride in vehicles provided by the facility to observe freely roaming animals

Safe
A safe is a secure lockable box used for securing valuable objects against theft or damage. A safe is usually a hollow cuboid or cylinder, with one face removable or hinged to form a door. The body and door may be cast from metal or formed out of plastic through blow molding

SAFE
SAFE as an acronym can refer to:* S.A.F.E , The underwater cable with fiber optic passing through Mauritius* Safe Affordable Fission Engine, a series of small experimental nuclear reactors designed by NASA

Safe (House)
"Safe" is the sixteenth episode of the second season of House, which premiered on the Fox network on April 4, 2006.-Plot:The episode starts out with teenager Melinda's boyfriend, Dan, visiting her at her house. Her mother, Mrs

Safe and Sound
Safe and Sound may refer to:*Safe + Sound, a 1995 album by DJ Quik*Safe & Sound , a 2006 album by Juneau*"Safe & Sound", a song by Five Man Electrical Band from their 1971 album Good-byes and Butterflies

Safe as Houses
Safe as Houses was a Scottish television property programme on STV, hosted by sports broadcaster Ali Douglas and money advisor Fergus Muirhead.

Safe As Houses
Safe As Houses is the second full length album from indie rock ensemble Parenthetical Girls. It was released on June 27, 2006 on Slender Means Society and April 27, 2007 on Acuarela Discos. It features album art by American artist Autumn Whitehurst.

Safe sex
Safe sex is sexual activity engaged in by people who have taken precautions to protect themselves against sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS. It is also referred to as safer sex or protected sex, while unsafe or unprotected sex is sexual activity engaged in without precautions

Safe Sex (film)
Safe Sex is a 1999 comedy film by Michalis Reppas and Thanasis Papathanasiou. It was a blockbuster in Greece.-Plot:A satire of life in modern Greece, presented through a series of different stories about sex

Safe-conduct
Safe conduct is the situation in time of international conflict or war where one state, a party to such conflict, issues to a person, usually an enemy state's subject, a pass or document to allow the enemy alien to traverse its territory without harassment, bodily harm, or fear of death. Safe conduct is only granted in exceptional circumstances

Safeguard
In the technical language of the World Trade Organization system, a safeguard is used to restrain international trade in order to protect a certain home industry from foreign competition. A member may take a “safeguard” action In the technical language of the World Trade Organization (WTO) system, a safeguard is used to restrain international trade in order to protect a certain home industry from foreign competition. A member may take a “safeguard” action In the technical language of the World Trade Organization (WTO) system, a safeguard is used to restrain international trade in order to protect a certain home industry from foreign competition. A member may take a “safeguard” action (e.g

Safeguard (disambiguation)
Safeguard can refer to:*Safeguard, a tool of international trade*Safeguard , a detachment, guard or detail or a written order for the protection of enemy or neutral persons, places, or property in wartime, pledging respect for that person or property by a nation's armed forces.*Safeguard Coaches, a bus and coach operator based in Guildford, England*Safeguard Program, a US

Safeguard (magazine)
Safeguard is a New Zealand magazine devoted to occupational health and safety. It features articles and information on managing health and safety in the workplace and is aimed at employers in all industries and at health and safety professionals. The magazine was launched as a quarterly in 1988 by the Occupational Safety and Health Service of the Department of Labour

Safeguard (Transformers)
Safeguard is the name of two fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. Both are Autobot jets who are loyal to a Prime.-Transformers: Cybertron:

Safety
Safety is the state of being "safe" , the condition of being protected against physical, social, spiritual, financial, political, emotional, occupational, psychological, educational or other types or consequences of failure, damage, error, accidents, harm or any other event which could be considered non-desirable

Safety (album)
Safety is the third solo album by King's X guitarist Ty Tabor. All songs were written, recorded, and mastered by Ty Tabor at Alien Beans Studios in Katy, TX.-Track listing:#Tulip #Better To Be On Hold#Missing Love#Funeral#Room For Me

Safety (American football)
Safety is a position in American and Canadian football, played by a member of the defense. The safeties are defensive backs who line up from ten to fifteen yards behind the line of scrimmage. There are two variations of the position in a typical formation, the free safety and the strong safety . Their duties depend on the defensive scheme

Safety (firearms)
In firearms, a safety or safety catch is a mechanism used to help prevent the accidental discharge of a firearm, helping to ensure safer handling.

Safety (football score)
A safety or safety touch is a type of score in American football and Canadian football and is worth two points . In American football, it is the only means by which a team not in possession of the football can score points

Safety Catch
Safety Catch is a sitcom on BBC Radio 4 created by Laurence Howarth and written by Howarth and John Finnemore. The series was first broadcast in 2007. It is about Simon McGrath , a man who works in a job that he does not like - the arms trade. The show mocks issues of morality, although Howarth claims that the show is not satirical

Safety Glass (film)
What Goes Up is an American comedy-drama film distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment starring Hilary Duff, Steve Coogan, Josh Peck, Olivia Thirlby, and Molly Shannon, directed by Jonathan Glatzer and co-written by Glatzer and Robert Lawson. Coogan also serves as an executive producer. It premiered on May 8, 2009 at the 3rd Annual Buffalo Niagara Film Festival

Safety Island
Safety Island is a small coastal island 3 miles east of Cape Daly. Mapped by Norwegian cartographers from aerial photographs taken by the Lars Christensen Expedition, 1936-37. First visited in 1954 by an ANARE party led by R.G. Dovers, and so named because it was the nearest safe camp site to Scullin Monolith.

Safety pin
A safety pin is a simple fastening device, a variation of the regular pin which includes a simple spring mechanism and a clasp. The clasp serves two purposes: to form a closed loop thereby properly fastening the pin to whatever it is applied to, and to cover the end of the pin to protect the user from the sharp point.Safety pins are commonly used to fasten pieces of fabric or clothing

Safflower
Safflower is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual. It is commercially cultivated for vegetable oil extracted from the seeds. Plants are 30 to 150 cm tall with globular flower heads having yellow, orange or red flowers. Each branch will usually have from one to five flower heads containing 15 to 20 seeds per head

Safi (given name)
Safi is a masculine name of Arabic origin meaning "pure." Feminine forms are Safa, Safia, Saphia, Safiyyah.

Safi (medicine)
Safi is an Unani medicine which claims to be a blood-purifier. It is produced by Hamdard Laboratories in Pakistan, as well as by Hamdard Laboratories in Ghaziabad, India

Safir (disambiguation)
Safir may refer to:*Safir an Iranian rocket*Safir , a Saracen Knight of the Round Table in the Arthurian legend*Safir Danish singer and songwriter*Safir Engineering, a racecar engineering firm

Saft
"Saft" is a Germanic name for juice.Saft may refer to:*Jamie Saft, American jazz musician*Nicole Saft, German singer, stage name Rollergirl*Saft Groupe S.A., French battery company*"Saft ", song by Die Fantastischen Vier