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Sag or SAG may refer to:* sag * a sag pond* a lens sag, distortion of astronomical lenses and mirrors* Sagittarius , in astronomy*Sagittarius * Sag Harbor, New York* Sâg, a commune in Sălaj County, Romania

SAG (gene)
S-arrestin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the SAG gene.-Further reading:

Sagas, are stories in Old Norse about ancient Scandinavian and Germanic history, etc.Saga may also refer to:Business*Saga DAB radio, a British radio station*Saga Airlines, a Turkish airline*Saga Falabella, a department store chain in Peru

is a series of science fiction role-playing video games produced by Square, now Square Enix. The series originated on the Game Boy in 1989 as the creation of Akitoshi Kawazu

SAGA or "Simple API for Grid Aapplications" is the name of a family of related standards specified by the Open Grid Forum to define an application programming interface , for common distributed computing functionality.

SaGa may refer to:*Makai Toushi Sa·Ga, a video game known as The Final Fantasy Legend outside of Japan*SaGa , a video game series by Square Enix

Saga (video game)
Saga is a massively multiplayer online real-time strategy game . Saga is touted as the world's first collectible online real-time strategy game. It was also named the most anticipated release of 2008 by TCGPlayer

Saga Group
Saga is a British company focused on serving the needs of those aged 50 and over. It has 2.7 million customers. The company has five call centres. All are in the UK, three in Folkestone, Kent at Middelburg Square, Enbrook Park and Cheriton Park; the fourth at the Eurokent Business park in Ramsgate, Kent, and the newest at Priory Square in Hastings

Sagas (album)
- Personnel :* Helge Stang − vocals* René Berthiaume − guitar* Andreas Völkl − guitar* Sandra Völkl − bass guitar* Manuel DiCamillo − drums* Kurt Angerpower – guitar* Ulrich Herkenhoff – pan flute* Muki Seiler* Agnes Malich – violin* Gaby Koss – vocals

- People :*A "sage" is any wise teacher, someone who imparts wisdom or the perennial philosophy, including spiritual teachers and teachers of mysticism but not necessarily with such religious connotations, so may refer to a:

Sage (Mozilla Firefox extension)
Sage is a lightweight RSS and atom feed aggregator extension for the Mozilla Firefox web browser. The extension was developed by Peter Andrews and Erik Arvidsson. The current stable release of Sage is version 1.4.12, released on June 16, 2011.

SAGE (Soviet-American Gallium Experiment)
SAGE is a collaborative experiment devised by several prominent physicists to measure the solar neutrino flux.-The Experiment:

Sagebrush is a common name of a number of shrubby plant species in the genus Artemisia native to western North America;Or, the sagebrush steppe ecoregion, having one or more kinds of sagebrush, bunchgrasses and others;

Sagesse is a volume of French poetry by Paul Verlaine. First published in 1880 , it was important in the symbolist and modernist movements. The subject matter of these poems deals with themes relating to maturing.

Sagitta is a constellation. Its name is Latin for "arrow", and it should not be confused with the larger constellation Sagittarius, the archer. Although ancient, it is insignificant, for it has no star brighter than the 4th magnitude and is the third smallest of all constellations

Sagittarius may refer to:Astrology* Sagittarius , a Zodiac sign.Astronomy:* Sagittarius , corresponding to the astrological sign

Sagittarius (comics)
Sagittarius is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The original Sagittarius first appeared in Avengers #72 , and was created by Roy Thomas and Sal Buscema.

Sago (disambiguation)
Sago is a starch extracted from the stems of metroxylon sagu palms.Sago may also refer to:In plants:* Metroxylon sagu or sago palm, a palm from which sago is extracted

Sagu or SAGU may refer to:*Sagu, actual Swedish name of Sauvo, Sweden*Şagu, a commune in Arad County, Romania*Sagu, Burma, town*Sagu, an alternative spelling of sago *Sagu, Korean four-ball billiards

The saguaro is a large, tree-sized cactus species in the monotypic genus Carnegiea. It is native to the Sonoran Desert in the U.S. state of Arizona, the Mexican state of Sonora, a small part of Baja California in the San Felipe Desert and an extremely small area of California, U.S

Saguaro (Palm OS)
Saguaro was an application for Palm OS, one of the first designed to give Palm-OS-based PDAs true multitasking features comparable to desktop computers. Saguaro was also the first Palm OS application capable of competing with the graphic performance of the iPhone.-History:Saguaro, produced by PDA Performance, Inc., had a long development cycle of three years

The Sahara is the world's second largest desert, after Antarctica. At over , it covers most of Northern Africa, making it almost as large as Europe or the United States. The Sahara stretches from the Red Sea, including parts of the Mediterranean coasts, to the outskirts of the Atlantic Ocean

Sahara (1943 film)
Sahara is a 1943 war film directed by Zoltán Korda. Humphrey Bogart stars as a U.S. tank commander in Libya during the Western Desert Campaign of World War II. The movie earned three Academy Award nominations: Best Sound , Best Cinematography and Best Supporting Actor by J

Sahara (album)
Sahara is the first full-length studio album by the Israeli metal band Orphaned Land, released on November 25, 1994 by French label Holy Records. The 2002 digipak re-release of the album features three bonus tracks: "Above You All", "Pits of Despair" and "The Beloved's Cry " and edited cover art

Sahara (LV Monorail station)
Sahara is a station on the Las Vegas Monorail, in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The station is a side platform located at the Sahara Hotel and Casino. The Sahara Station could be reached in two ways: from inside the hotel via a hallway located behind the Casbar Theatre Lounge or from street level on Paradise Road behind the Sahara

Sahara (McCoy Tyner album)
Sahara is a 1972 album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, his first to be released on the Milestone label. It was recorded in January 1972 and features performances by Tyner with Sonny Fortune, Calvin Hill, and Alphonse Mouzon. The Allmusic review by Brian Olewnick states "Tyner would go on to create several fine albums in the mid-'70s, but never again would he scale quite these heights

Sahara (Michael Palin)
Sahara is the book that Michael Palin wrote to accompany the BBC television documentary series Sahara with Michael Palin.This book, like the other books that Palin wrote following each of his seven trips for the BBC, consists both of his text and of many photographs to illustrate the trip

Sahara (Sarbel album)
Sahara is an album by Greek artist Sarbel of Cypriot Lebanese origin. It was released on June 14, 2006 by Sony BMG Greece. Following the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, the album was re-released featuring Sarbel's CD single "Yassou Maria": the song that represented Greece.-Track listing:#"Sahara" #"Takse mou" #"E! Kai loipon" #"San kai

Sahel (Kuwaiti football club)
Al Sahel Sporting Club is a Kuwaiti professional football club based in Abu Halifa.-Hounors:*Kuwaiti Division One: 2**2000/01, 2009/10*Kuwait Emir Cup: Runners-up**1998/99-Coaches:-Current squad:

Sahib is an Urdu term which literally translates to "Owner" or "Proprietor". The primary Arabic meaning of Sahib is "associate, companion, comrade, friend" though it also includes "Sahib is an Urdu term which literally translates to "Owner" or "Proprietor". The primary Arabic meaning of Sahib (صاحب) is "associate, companion, comrade, friend" though it also includes "Sahib is an Urdu term which literally translates to "Owner" or "Proprietor". The primary Arabic meaning of Sahib (صاحب) is "associate, companion, comrade, friend" though it also includes "(with foll

- Saia freight :Saia began in 1924 with one terminal in Houma, Louisiana, and built terminals throughout Louisiana and Texas over the next fifty years.In 1980, an application by the carrier to service additional southern states was approved

Said and Done
Said and Done is the debut album by Irish band Boyzone. The pop album was released on 21 November 1994 by Polygram International. It topped the UK charts at #1 for the week of September 2, 1995. Five singles were released from the album: "Love Me for a Reason", "Key to My Life", "So Good", "Father and Son" and "Coming Home Now"

Saignes may refer to the following places in France:* Saignes, Cantal, a commune in the Cantal department* Saignes, Lot, a commune in the Lot department

A sail is any type of surface intended to move a vessel, vehicle or rotor by being placed in a wind—in essence a propulsion wing. Sails are used in sailing.-History of sails:

Sail (Lake District)
Sail is a hill in the English Lake District, lying between Derwentwater and Crummock Water.-Topography:The North Western Fells occupy the area between the rivers Derwent and Cocker, a broadly oval swathe of hilly country, elongated on a north-south axis. Two roads cross from east to west, dividing the fells into three convenient groups

Sail (novel)
Sail is a mystery novel by the bestselling author, James Patterson, and co-author, Howard Roughan, that was released on June 10, 2008.-Plot:A tuna is caught in the Bahamas

A sailmaker makes and repairs sails for sailboats, kites, hang gliders, wind art, architectural sails, or other structures using sails. A sailmaker typically works on shore in a sail loft. The sail loft has other sailmakers. Large ocean-going sailing ships often had sailmakers in the crew. The sailmaker maintained and repaired sails

Sailor (Song)
Sailor is a song written by Werner Scharfenberger and Fini Busch which via a 1960 recording by Lolita became an international hit, with its #5 peak on the Hot 100 chart in Billboard making "Sailor" the most successful American hit sung in German until 99 Luftballons by Nena in 1984.With English lyrics written by Norman

Sailors is the plural form of Sailor, or mariner.Sailors may also refer to:*Sailors , a 1964 Swedish film*Ken Sailors , American basketball playerSports teams*Erie Sailors, baseball teams in Pennsylvania, USA

Sails (Chet Atkins album)
Sails is an album by Chet Atkins. It was released in 1987 by Columbia Records. Sails follows in the 80's vein of Chet Atkins' releases with a smooth jazz and new age atmosphere.-Track listing:# "Sails" – 4:20

Saima is a Pakistani actress from Multan, who appears in Punjabi and Urdu films.Saima's debut movie was Griban in 1987, as a supporting actress. Her second film was Khatarnaak directed by Akram Khan. She was cast for the main lead in it and released in 1990. She was discovered at the time when Sultan Rahi was experiencing his peak career in Lollywood

Sain (disambiguation)
Sain may refer to:* Sain, Welsh record label* Sain , Australian music magazine* Sain, Ardabil, a village in Iran* Sain, Sareyn, a village in Iran* Serer people their surnames which is location-based and has no link to Welsh.

Sains is a locality in Brittany.-History:Treaties between France and England placed Brittany under English rule. In 1402 the French and English were getting along a little better, after many decades of disputes in 1518 a treaty was signed giving England ownership of Brittany, hostages were handed over by the French as a guarantee that the treaty would be honoured.The Lords of Sains

Saint (comics)
Saint, in comics, may refer to:*Saint , a Chinese comic from Hong Kong manhua artist Khoo Fuk Lung*Saint, a Marvel Comics character who has appeared in a number of horror comics

SainT (emulator)
SainT Windows based cycle accurate ATARI ST emulator, written by James Boulton and Arnaud Carré.-External links:* - Project home page

Saint (manhua)
Saint is the manhua of Hong Kong comics artist Khoo Fuk Lung. This manhua is about the life of Sun Wukong, the monkey god from novel Xi You Ji of novelist Wu Cheng'en

Saint (name)
Saint is a surname shared by several notable people, including:*Eva Marie Saint , American actress*Lawrence Saint , American stained glass artist

Saint (novel)
Saint is a 2006 mystery novel written by Ted Dekker. It is the second in the series of the 'Project Showdown' Books which are also called 'The Paradise Novels'.-Plot summary:

SAINT (software)
SAINT is computer software used for scanning computer networks for security vulnerabilities, and exploiting found vulnerabilities.-SAINT Network Vulnerability Scanner:

Saint (song)
"Saint", stylized as AINT, is a song written by Marilyn Manson in 2003 for the album The Golden Age of Grotesque. Marilyn Manson portrays himself in the music video. The video was shot over a period of two days in November 2003 at the Sunset Tower, a hotel in Los Angeles, California

Saint Edward
Saint Edward, Saint Edward's, St. Edward and St. Edward's are names used by a number of places and institutions.-People:* Saint Edward the Confessor , canonised 1161, feast day 13 October

Saint George
Saint George was, according to tradition, a Roman soldier from Syria Palaestina and a priest in the Guard of Diocletian, who is venerated as a Christian martyr. In hagiography Saint George is one of the most venerated saints in the Catholic , Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and the Oriental Orthodox churches

Saint Kitts and Nevis
The Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis , located in the Leeward Islands, is a federal two-island nation in the West Indies. It is the smallest sovereign state in the Americas, in both area and population.

Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia is an island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. Part of the Lesser Antilles, it is located north/northeast of the island of Saint Vincent, northwest of Barbados and south of Martinique. It covers a land area of 620 km2 and has an estimated population of 173,765 . Its capital is Castries

Saint Mary (disambiguation)
Saint Mary is Mary of Nazareth, the mother of Jesus.Saint Mary may also refer to:* Saint Mary * Saint Mary Parish, Antigua and Barbuda* Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica* Saint Mary Cray, United Kingdom

Saint Mary (Iranian film)
Saint Mary is a film from Islamic Republic of Iran by Iranian director Shahriar Bahrani released in 2007, depicting the life of Mary mother of Jesus from classical Islamic readings.

Saint Monday
Saint Monday is the tradition of absenteeism on a Monday. Saint Tuesday is the less common extension of this to a Tuesday.The tradition of taking Monday off has been common among craft workers since at least the seventeenth century.

Saint Patrick's Day
Saint Patrick's Day is a religious holiday celebrated internationally on 17 March. It commemorates Saint Patrick , the most commonly recognised of the patron saints of :Ireland, and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. It is observed by the Catholic Church, the Anglican Communion , the Eastern Orthodox Church and Lutheran Church

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country in the Lesser Antilles chain, namely in the southern portion of the Windward Islands, which lie at the southern end of the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea where the latter meets the Atlantic Ocean.

Saint-Esprit is a commune in the French overseas department of Martinique.-External links:*

Saintly was an Australian Thoroughbred racehorse who was named Australia's champion racehorse in 1997. A giant chestnut gelding by Sky Chase out of All Grace , he was bred by his trainer, Bart Cummings, who owned him in partnership with a Malaysian businessman, Dato Tan Chin Nam.Saintly gained the moniker 'The horse from heaven' due to his name and his

Saints (album)
Saints is Destroy the Runner's debut album released through Solid State Records on September 12, 2006. It is also the only album to feature Kyle Setter as lead vocals.-Track listing:#"Dialogue" – 1:17#"My Darkness" – 4:03#"Columbia" – 4:29