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Salives is a commune in the Côte-d'Or department in eastern France.-Population:-References:*

Salix (disambiguation)
Salix is a genus of deciduous trees and shrubs.Salix may also refer to:* 8648 Salix, a main-belt asteroid* Salix, Iowa, United States* Salix, Pennsylvania, United States* Salix Pharmaceuticals, makers of gastroenterology products

Salles is the name of several communes in France:* Salles, Gironde, in the Gironde department* Salles, Lot-et-Garonne, in the Lot-et-Garonne department* Salles, Hautes-Pyrénées, in the Hautes-Pyrénées department

The sallet was a war helmet that replaced the bascinet in northern Europe and Hungary during the mid-15th century. Some sallets were close fitting except at the back of the head where they extended and formed a pointed tail. Some Italian ones followed the shape of the neck, and had an additional plate riveted on

-Military:*Sally , an attack by the defenders of a town or fortress under siege against a besieging force*Sally, the Allied reporting name during World War II for the Imperial Japanese Armys Mitsubishi Ki-21 bomber-Names:

Sally (band)
Sally is an American Indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois.- Biography :Sally was formed in 2003 by Charlie Deets and Melissa Neis. Their friend, Jeff Shafar later joined the band on drums

Sally (Flight of the Conchords)
"Sally" is the pilot episode of the American television sitcom Flight of the Conchords. It first aired on the HBO television channel in the United States at 10:30 PM on Sunday, June 17, 2007 in the time slot preceded by Entourage, and vacated by the last episode of the final season of The Sopranos.A song in this episode, "The Most Beautiful Girl in the Room", received an

Salm (son of Fereydun)
Salm is a character in the Persian epic Shahnameh. He is the oldest son of legendary hero and king Fereydun. It is believed that his name was given to him by his father, after Salm chooses to seek safety and run instead of fighting the dragon that had attacked him and his brothers .When Fereydun decides to

Salma (given name)
Salma is a feminine given name derived from the Arabic word "salama" meaning "peace" or "safety." Salma is the feminine form of Salim or Salam.Salma may refer to:-People:*Salma Agha*Salma Akhter*Salma Arastu*Salma De Nora

Salmagundi is a salad dish, originating in the early 17th century in England, comprising cooked meats, seafood, vegetables, fruit, leaves, nuts and flowers and dressed with oil, vinegar and spices. There is some debate over the meaning and origin of the word

Salmagundi (periodical)
Salmagundi; or The Whim-whams and Opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq. & Others, commonly referred to as Salmagundi, was a 19th century satirical periodical created and written by American writer Washington Irving

Salmi is a rural settlement and town near Pitkäranta in Republic of Karelia .

Salmi (air base)
Salmi is a former Soviet Air Force air base in Russia located 50 km northwest of Ilinskiy. It was shown on the 1974 Department of Defense Global Navigation Chart No. 3 as having jet facilities. As of 2000 Google Earth indicates it has been dismantled, with some faint outlines still visible.

Salmiakki (book)
Salmiakki is an award-winning book about salty liquorice candies, written in 2001 by the Finnish author Jukka Annala.The book was a candidate for the Finlandia Prize of non-fiction books category

A salmis is a preparation from classical French cooking. When a roast or sautéed piece of meat is sliced and reheated in sauce, the result is a salmis.Typical salmis preparations involve roasted game birds such as squab or duck

Salmo is a genus of fish in the salmon family that includes the familiar species Atlantic salmon and brown trout . The natural distribution of the genus is chiefly European. Only the range of the Atlantic salmon extends to northern North America

Salmon is the common name for several species of fish in the family Salmonidae. Several other fish in the same family are called trout; the difference is often said to be that salmon migrate and trout are resident, but this distinction does not strictly hold true

Salmon (surname)
Salmon is a surname. Alternative spellings are Salmons, Sammon and Sammons.People with the surname:* André Salmon , French writer* Benoît Salmon, French professional road racing cyclist* Colin Salmon , British actor

Salmone means salmon in the Italian language.It can also refer to:* The Cape Salmone, Crete that is mentioned in the Bible under Acts 27:7. The modern name is Cape Sidero* Salmone Creek, Vancouver, Washington

Salmonella is a genus of rod-shaped, Gram-negative, non-spore-forming, predominantly motile enterobacteria with diameters around 0.7 to 1.5 µm, lengths from 2 to 5 µm, and flagella which grade in all directions . They are chemoorganotrophs, obtaining their energy from oxidation and reduction reactions using organic sources, and are facultative anaerobes

Salmonellosis is an infection with Salmonella bacteria. Most people infected with Salmonella develop diarrhea, fever, vomiting, and abdominal cramps 12 to 72 hours after infection. In most cases, the illness lasts four to seven days, and most people recover without treatment

Salmons (surname)
Salmons is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:* Geoffrey Salmons , English footballer* John Rashall Salmons , American basketball player* Steven Edward Salmons , American volleyball player

Salome , the Daughter of Herodias , is known from the New Testament

Salomon (surname)
Salomon as a surname may refer to:* Albert Salomon , German surgeon* Albert Salomon , German sociologist* Alice Salomon , German social reformer* Ben L. Salomon , Medal of Honor recipient, U.S

Salon may refer to:* Salon , a meeting for learning or enjoyment* Beauty salon, a venue for cosmetic treatments* Drawing room, an architectural space in a home* Salon , a regular art exhibition

Salona (McLean, Virginia)
Salona, in McLean, Virginia, is a parcel of land with frontage on Dolley Madison Boulevard, Buchanan Street and Kurtz Road. The Salona homestead and grounds comprise within the site, and is protected in perpetuity by a 1971 easement to the Fairfax Board of Supervisors

Saloon may refer to:* Saloon , a style of car body.* Saloon , a musical group.* Western saloon, a historical style of American bar.* Bar , a venue for alcoholic beverage consumption.

Salpingitis is an infection and inflammation in the fallopian tubes. It is often used synonymously with Pelvic inflammatory disease , although PID lacks an accurate definition and can refer to several diseases of the female upper genital tract, such as endometritis, oophoritis, myometritis, parametritis and infection in the pelvic peritoneum

Salsa usually means: Salsa , any of various sauces of Spanish, Italian or Latin American origin, from the Spanish or Italian word for sauceBut it can also mean:*Salsa music, a fusion of afro-cuban musical styles based on Son Cubano

Salsa (1988 film)
Salsa is a 1988 romance film about a lower-class Puerto Rican dancer who decides to improve his lot in life by entering a salsa dancing contest. The film was directed by Boaz Davidson, and stars Robi Rosa, Rodney Harvey, and Angela Alvarado

Salt (Forget Cassettes album)
Following the departure of percussionist Doni Schroader in 2005, Forget Cassettes' Beth Cameron recruited Nashville drummer Aaron Ford and Apollo Up!'s Jay Leo Phillips on bass, guitar, keys, and backing vocals. The record was released in 2006 on Theory 8 Records, and eventually given a European release on March 5, 2007, courtesy of One Little Indian Records

Salt (Venetian Snares album)
Salt is a 12" by Venetian Snares. It is his first overseas release, on the Hecate-run Zhark International record label. Salt was repressed in 2003 with different artwork.-Side B:# - "Intense Demonic Attacks" # - "Diffuse Vertigo Jenny"

Salt and Pepper
Salt and pepper is the common name for edible salt and black pepper, a traditionally paired set of condiments found on dining tables where European-style food is eaten

Salt gland
The salt gland is an organ for excreting excess salts. It is found in elasmobranchs, seabirds, and some reptiles. In sharks, salt glands are found in the rectum, but in birds and reptiles, they are found in or on the skull, in the area of the eyes, nostrils or mouth. In crocodiles, the salt is excreted through the tongue

Salt Shaker (song)
"Salt Shaker" is a crunk music song released by rap group the Ying Yang Twins featuring Lil Jon and The East Side Boyz. It was released on their third studio album, Me & My Brother . The song was released as the album's second single

Salt substitute
Salt substitutes are low-sodium table salt alternatives marketed to circumvent the risk of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease associated with a high intake of sodium chloride while maintaining a similar taste

Salt-effect distillation
Salt-effect distillation is a method of extractive distillation in which a salt is dissolved in the mixture of liquids to be distilled. The salt acts as a separating agent by raising the relative volatility of the mixture and by breaking any azeotropes that may otherwise form.-Setup:The salt is fed into the distillation column at a steady rate by adding it to the reflux stream at the

Saltation may refer to:* Saltation , an evolutionary hypothesis emphasizing sudden and drastic change* Saltation , a process of particle transport by fluids* Saltation , the antithesis of Continuous Integration

Saltbox (album)
Saltbox is the fourth full length album by the Red Aunts. It was released in 1996 on Epitaph.-Track listing:#"Whatever"#"I Can't Do Anything Right"#"Paco"#"All Red Inside"#"Suerte"#"Eldritch Sauce"#"Fake Modern"#"Handsome Devil"#"The Snake"

Salting may refer to:-People:*George Salting , Australian-born English art collector, who left the Salting Bequest, which included the**Salting Madonna , National Gallery, London-Other:

A saltire, or Saint Andrew's Cross, is a heraldic symbol in the form of a diagonal cross or letter ex . Saint Andrew is said to have been martyred on such a cross.

Salto (software)
Salto is a software title for creating interactive applications. It is developed by Alterface.Salto is a real-time interaction engine, not a content authoring tool

Saltpeter or saltpetre often refers to:*Potassium nitrate, or the mineral niter, the critical oxidizing component of gunpowder, and a food preservative.It may also refer to:

Saltwater (Chicane song)
"Saltwater" is a song by Chicane featuring the vocals of Irish singer Máire Brennan. The track uses parts of Clannad's 1982 hit "Theme From Harry's Game" with both re-recorded and newly-written lyrics.

Salty may refer to the following:* salt* Saltiness, one of the five basic tastes* salt * salience* LondonerFictional characters:* Salty the Seal, character in Disney's Pluto cartoons

Salty (album)
Salty is the second album by The Mutton Birds. "Anchor Me" reached the top 10 in the New Zealand singles chart.-Track listing:#"The Heater" – 4.22#"Ngaire" – 3.52#"You Will Return" – 4.32

Saluda (steamship)
The explosion of the steamer Saluda, near Lexington, Missouri in 1852, was one of the worst disasters in Missouri River history.In March 1852, the Saluda left St. Louis for Council Bluffs, Iowa, carrying many Mormon immigrants from England and Wales. The river was muddy, icy, and running high as the Saluda stopped at Lexington for supplies before continuing its journey

Salumi (restaurant)
Salumi is a salumeria and restaurant in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of downtown Seattle, Washington.Salumi was founded by Armandino Batali, the father of New York chef Mario Batali, and is now run as a family business with his wife, daughter, and son-in-law owning and operating.In the episode "Pacific Northwest" of the show Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations on the Travel

Salut is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia.

A salutation is a greeting used in a letter or other written communication, such as an email. Salutations can be formal or informal. The most common form of salutation in a letter is Dear followed by the recipient's given name or title

A salute is a gesture or other action used to display respect. Salutes are primarily associated with armed forces, but other organizations and civil people also use salutes.-Military salutes:

Salute (2008 film)
Salute is a 2008 Australian documentary film written, directed and produced by Matt Norman. It is about Norman's uncle, Australian track athlete Peter Norman, specifically the actions he took at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.-Summary:

Salute (film)
Salute is a 1929 motion picture directed by John Ford, starring George O’Brien, Helen Chandler, William Janney, Stepin Fetchit, and Frank Albertson about the football rivalry of the Army–Navy Game, and of two brothers, played by O'Brien and Janney, one of West Point, the other of Annapolis

Salva may refer to:*Common sage*Salva , from Italy*Salva, Bistriţa-Năsăud, a commune in Romania*Şəlvə, Khojali, Azerbaijan*Şəlvə, Lachin, Azerbaijan*Bartolomé Salvá-Vidal, Spanish tennis player

Salvador is normally an indirect way of naming a Messiah. In Spanish, a nickname for Salvador is Chava

Salvador (album)
Salvador is an album by Chilean producer Ricardo Villalobos, released in 2006. It collects several of his earlier singles, with a bonus remix of a Senor Coconut song.-Track listing:#"Que Belle Epoque" - 12:57#"Tempura" - 10:29#"Suesse Cheques" - 7:17

Salvador (grape)
Salvador is a red wine grape that is grown primarily in the Central Valley of California with some experimental plantings in Washington State.The grape is normally used as a teinturier imparting some of its deep coloring to the blend. The grape's juice has a gelatin like texture and is difficult to extract from its small bunches.

Salvador (Puig Antich)
Salvador is a 2006 Spanish film directed by Manuel Huerga. It is based on the Francesc Escribano book , which describes the execution of Salvador Puig Antich, the last person executed by garrote under the dictatorship of Francisco Franco.The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.-Cast:*Daniel

Salvador (Salvador album)
Salvador is the first studio album released by the Christian band Salvador in 2000.-Track listing:#"Lord, I Come Before You"#"David Danced"#"Crucified"#"Ain't It Good"#"Montaña"#"Cry Holy"#"Halleluja"#"Now It Moves"#"Alabar Al Señor"#"Healing"

Salvador (story)
"Salvador" is a science fiction short story published in 1984 by Lucius Shepard. In 1985 it won the Locus Poll award for Best Short Story, the SF Chronicle award for Short Story and was nominated for the Hugo and Nebula awards for Best Short Story.

Salvage means 'rescue' and as such may refer to:* Marine salvage, the process of rescuing a ship, its cargo and sometimes the crew from peril* Salvage tug, a type of tugboat used to rescue or salvage ships which are in distress or in danger of sinking

Salvage (film)
Salvage is a 2006 horror film by the Crook Brothers. It was an official selection of the 2006 Sundance Festival. According to the directors' commentary, the film was shot for around $25,000

Salvage (short story)
"Salvage" is a short story by Orson Scott Card. It appears in his short story collection The Folk of the Fringe. Card originally published this story in the February 1986 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction magazine

Within religion salvation is the phenomenon of being saved from the undesirable condition of bondage or suffering experienced by the psyche or soul that has arisen as a result of unskillful or immoral actions generically referred to as sins. Salvation may also be called "deliverance" or "redemption" from sin and its effects

Salvation (Bill Hicks album)
Salvation is a two-disc live album posthumously released by stand-up comedian and satirist Bill Hicks in 2005, on Rykodisc. The album was recorded at the Oxford Playhouse

Salvation (DVD)
Salvation is a DVD that was released April 17, 2007 from West Virginia heavy metal band Byzantine via Prosthetic Records. It was filmed, directed, and edited by Donnie Searls, owner of the production company Every Second Pictures

Salvation (Rancid song)
"Salvation" is a song by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was released as the second single from its second studio album, Let's Go.Along with "Time Bomb" and "Ruby Soho", "Salvation" is considered to be one of Rancid's breakthrough songs, as it received airplay from modern rock radio stations, it was also the band's first single to reach any Billboard singles charts.-In

Salvation (Smack album)
Salvation is the Finnish rock band Smack's third studio album. It was released in 1987.- Original album :# "The Only Salvation"# "Set My Love On You"# "Hellhounds On My Tail"# "Moonshine Chile"# "Trust On You"# "Look Around"# "Built to Destroy"