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SAPO (computer)
The SAPO was the first Czechoslovak computer. It operated in the years 1957-1960 in Výzkumný ústav matematických strojů, part of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences

Sapodilla
Manilkara zapota, commonly known as the sapodilla, is a long-lived, evergreen tree native to southern Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. An example natural occurrence is in coastal Yucatan in the Petenes mangroves ecoregion, where it is a subdominant plant species

Sapogenin
Sapogenins are the aglycones, or non-saccharide, portions of the family of natural products known as saponins. Sapogenins contain steroid or other triterpene frameworks as their key organic feature. For example, steroidal sapogenins like tiggenin, neogitogenin, and tokorogenin have been isolated from the tubers of Chlorophytum arundinacelum

Saponin
Saponins are a class of chemical compounds, one of many secondary metabolites found in natural sources, with saponins found in particular abundance in various plant species

Sapper
A sapper, pioneer or combat engineer is a combatant soldier who performs a wide variety of combat engineering duties, typically including, but not limited to, bridge-building, laying or clearing minefields, demolitions, field defences, general construction and building, as well as road and airfield construction and repair

Sapphic
Sapphic can refer to:* Related to Sappho, a 7th century BC poetess** Sapphic stanza, a four line poetic form* Sapphic love, related to female homosexuality

Sapphire (album)
Sapphire is a rock album by John Martyn, who by this stage had almost entirely abandoned the acoustic guitar and folk approach in favour of a glossy pop/rock sound. Recorded at Compass Point, Nassau, Bahamas and CaVa Sound Workshops, Glasgow, Scotland

Sapphire (comics)
Sapphire is a fictional superheroine published by DC Comics. She first appeared in JLA #61, , but her origin is told in Power Company: Sapphire #1,

SAPPHIRE (Health care)
The Situational Awareness and Preparedness for Public Health Incidences and Reasoning Engines is a semantics-based health information system capable of tracking and evaluating situations and occurrences that may affect public health. It was developed in 2004 by Dr

Sapphire (Teena Marie album)
Sapphire is the twelfth album by Teena Marie, released in 2006 on the Cash Money label. The album includes guest contributions from Smokey Robinson, George Duke, Gerald Albright, rapper Kurupt and Marie's daughter, Alia Rose. The track "You Blow Me Away" pays tribute to Rick James, while "Resilient " remembers the victims and survivors of Hurricane Katrina

Sappho
Sappho was an Ancient Greek poet, born on the island of Lesbos. Later Greeks included her in the list of nine lyric poets. Her birth was sometime between 630 and 612 BC, and it is said that she died around 570 BC, but little is known for certain about her life

Sappho (disambiguation)
Sappho was an ancient Greek poet.Sappho may also refer to:*Sappho , a lesbian social group in the United Kingdom which published the magazine Sappho until 1981

Sappho (organisation)
Sappho was a UK lesbian social group founded in 1972 by Jackie Forster and others.Taking its name from the poet Sappho, it was both a social group, meeting at The Chepstow public house in London's Notting Hill every Tuesday, and also a long-running magazine until 1981, Sappho was one of the early 'out' lesbian organisations, publicising its meetings in Time Out and City

Sapping
Sapping is a term used in siege operations. Any trench excavated under defensive musket or artillery fire that was intended to advance a besieging army's position in relation to the works of an attacked fortification was referred to as a sap

Saprospiraceae
The family Saprospiraceae is composed of three genera of environmental bacteria.

Sapsucker
The Sapsuckers form the genus Sphyrapicus within the woodpecker family Picidae. All are found in North America.As their name implies, sapsuckers feed primarily on the sap of trees, moving among different tree and shrub species on a seasonal basis

Sara (song)
"Sara" is a #1 hit song by the band Starship. It was sung by Mickey Thomas, of the newly renamed band Starship, from their first album Knee Deep in the Hoopla. The song hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on March 15, 1986 staying at that position for one week. It was the band's second #1 hit after the song "We Built This City" hit the mark a few months earlier in 1985

Sara (TV series)
Sara was a Flemish telenovela, based upon the Colombian telenovela Betty La Fea. It tells the story of Sara De Roose, a business economics graduate, who passed with honours at the university but has trouble finding a job—until she comes across an assistant job in a Belgian fashion company, called "Présence"

Saraband
Saraband is a 2003 Swedish drama film directed by Ingmar Bergman, and his last theatrically released work. The film is a sequel to Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage , bringing back to the screen the characters of Johan and Marianne

Sarabande (album)
Sarabande is the second solo album by Jon Lord recorded near Düsseldorf . The orchestra was conducted by Eberhard Schoener.Sarabande is considered one of Lord's best solo works.

Sarabande (album)
Sarabande is the second solo album by Jon Lord recorded near Düsseldorf . The orchestra was conducted by Eberhard Schoener.Sarabande is considered one of Lord's best solo works.

Saracen
Saracen was a term used by the ancient Romans to refer to a people who lived in desert areas in and around the Roman province of Arabia, and who were distinguished from Arabs. In Europe during the Middle Ages the term was expanded to include Arabs, and then all who professed the religion of Islam

Saracen (disambiguation)
Saracen is a European medieval term for Muslims, adopted from Latin.Saracen or Saracens may also refer to any of the following:-History:*Bedouin Saracens, a nomadic warlike population ruled in the fourth century AD by Mavia-Sport:

SARAH
SARAH is a fictional smart house in the Sci Fi TV series Eureka. SARAH is the home of Sheriff Jack Carter, the main character of the series, and was designed by Douglas Fargo to be the prototype home of the future

Sarah (film)
Sarah is a 1982 Australian animated film. It was written by Elizabeth Kata and directed by Yoram Gross. Unlike Yoram Gross's other works, this film deals with more mature subjects.-Plot:

Sarah (Thin Lizzy song)
Sarah is a pop song released in 1979 by Irish rock group Thin Lizzy, included on their album, Black Rose: A Rock Legend. The song was written by the band's frontman Phil Lynott and guitarist Gary Moore about Lynott's newborn daughter

Sarah (Women of Genesis series)
Sarah: Women of Genesis is the first novel in The Women of Genesis series by Orson Scott Card.-Plot introduction:Sarah follows the story of Abraham through the eyes and perspective of Sarah. The Biblical account of the life of Sarah is contained in Genesis 12 - 22 most of which is centered around Abraham

Saraiki
Saraiki may refer to:* Saraiki people, an ethnic group of central Pakistan* Saraiki language, the language spoken by that ethnic group* Saraiki culture, the culture of that ethnic group* Saraiki literature, literature in the Saraiki language

Sarajevo
Sarajevo |Bosnia]], surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and situated along the Miljacka River in the heart of Southeastern Europe and the Balkans.

Saran
Saran may refer to:In Places:* Saran, Kazakhstan, a city in Kazakhstan* Saransk, Russia* Saran, Loiret, a commune of the Loiret Department, France* Saran district, Bihar, India* Saran division, Bihar, India

Sarana
Sarana may refer to:* Sarana, Bazèga, Burkina Faso* Sarana Bay, Attu Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska* Sarana Pass, Attu Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska* Sarana, Pella, Burkina Faso* Sarana, Sabou, Burkina Faso

Sarawak
Sarawak is one of two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo. Known as Bumi Kenyalang , Sarawak is situated on the north-west of the island. It is the largest state in Malaysia followed by Sabah, the second largest state located to the North- East.The administrative capital is Kuching, which has a population of 579,900

Sarcasm
Sarcasm is “a sharp, bitter, or cutting expression or remark; a bitter jibe or taunt.” Though irony and understatement is usually the immediate context, most authorities distinguish sarcasm from irony; however, others argue that sarcasm may or often does involve irony or employs ambivalence.-Origin of the term:It is first recorded in English in 1579, in an annotation to The

Sarcina (disambiguation)
Sarcina may refer to:*Sarcina, a pack carried by Roman legionnaires*Sarcina , a genus of Gram-positive bacteria*Francesco Sarcina, an Italian rock singer

Sarcoma
A sarcoma is a cancer that arises from transformed cells in one of a number of tissues that develop from embryonic mesoderm. Thus, sarcomas include tumors of bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, vascular, and hematopoietic tissues

Sarcomastigophora
The phylum Sarcomastigophora belongs to the Protist kingdom and it includes many unicellular or colonial, autotrophic, or heterotrophic organisms. The two main subphyla are Mastigophora and Sarcodina. A third is Opalinata.

Sarcophagus
A sarcophagus is a funeral receptacle for a corpse, most commonly carved or cut from stone. The word "sarcophagus" comes from the Greek σαρξ sarx meaning "flesh", and φαγειν phagein meaning "to eat", hence sarkophagus means "flesh-eating"; from the phrase lithos sarkophagos

SARD
is a Japanese tuning company and racing team from Toyota, Aichi, mainly competing in the Super GT series and specialising in Toyota tuning parts.-History:

Sard (disambiguation)
Sard is a dark reddish-brown variety of the mineral chalcedony, similar to carnelian.Sard may also refer to:* Sard's lemma, a result in mathematical analysis, named after mathematician Arthur Sard

Sardinia
Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea . It is an autonomous region of Italy, and the nearest land masses are the French island of Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Sicily, Tunisia and the Spanish Balearic Islands.The name Sardinia is from the pre-Roman noun *sard[], romanised as sardus Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily and before Cyprus). It is an autonomous region of Italy, and the nearest land masses are (clockwise from north) the French island of Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Sicily, Tunisia and the Spanish Balearic Islands.The name Sardinia is from the pre-Roman noun *sard[], romanised as sardus Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily and before Cyprus). It is an autonomous region of Italy, and the nearest land masses are (clockwise from north) the French island of Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Sicily, Tunisia and the Spanish Balearic Islands.The name Sardinia is from the pre-Roman noun *sard[], romanised as sardus (feminine

Sardinia (disambiguation)
-Island of Sardinia:*The Kingdom of Sardinia, a former kingdom centered on the island of Sardinia*Sardinia Nation, a political party*Sardinia Project, a political party-Other places:In the United States:*Sardinia, Indiana*Sardinia, New York*Sardinia, Ohio

Sardinian
Sardinian can refer to:* Sardinia* Sardinian people* Sardinian language* Sardinian

Sardinian (horse)
The Sardinian, Sardinian Anglo-Arab, or AAS, is a horse breed that was established in Sardinia, originating from the crossing of Thoroughbred with Sardinian horses carrying Arabian blood

Sardu
Sardu may refer to:*Sardinian language*Icer Addis, programmer*Şardu, a village in Sânpaul Commune, Cluj County, Romania*Şardu River, Romania*SARDU stands for Shardana Antivirus Rescue Disk Utility

Sarg
Sarg may refer to:*Charles Sprague Sargent , American botanist *SARG -- Syrian Arab Republic Government* Searchable Arguments in the WHERE clause of a SQL database query.

Sarge (arcade game)
Sarge is an arcade game released by Bally Midway in 1985. Two players play at once, switching between tanks and helicopters. Players can fight each other. The game has two sets of joysticks.-External links:* at the KLOV

Sari
A sari or sareeThe name of the garment in various regional languages include: , , , , , , , , , , , , , is a strip of unstitched cloth, worn by females, ranging from four to nine metres in length that is draped over the body in various styles. It is popular in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Burma, and Malaysia

Sari (disambiguation)
A sari is a female garment in the Indian subcontinent.Sari may also refer to:* Sari or Der Zigeunerprimas, an operetta by Emmerich Kálmán* Sari temple, an 8th-century Buddhist temple in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Sarki
A şarkı is an art song in Ottoman classical music which forms one of the movements of a fasıl . It is performed with an usul .Şarkı are rarely performed today.Şarkı is the Turkish word for song.

Sarmas
Sărmaș is a commune in Harghita County, Romania. Ethnic Romanians represent the majority. The commune is composed of five villages: Hodoșa , Fundoaia , Platonești , Runc and Sărmaș.- Demographics :

Sarmentose
Sarmentose may refer to:* Sarmentose , a type of plant which has long slender stolons* Sarmentose , a type of sugar

Sarmentose (chemistry)
Sarmentose is a monosaccharide with the molecular formula C7H14O4 obtained from sarmentocymarin by hydrolysis. It is stereoisomeric with cymarose, and closely related to digitalose, which is obtained from digitalin by hydrolysis.

Sarna
Sarna is Polish surname:* Nahum Sarna, Jewish Bible scholar* Jonathan Sarna, Jewish historian , German footballer , Polish female athlete* Paweł Sarna , Polish slalom canoer

SaRNA
Small activating RNA molecules can induce target gene expression in a phenomenon referred to as dsRNA-induced transcriptional activation .

Saroja
Saroja is a 2008 Tamil comedy thriller film written and directed by Venkat Prabhu and produced by T. Siva. It stars Shiva, Vaibhav Reddy, Premji Amaren, S. P. B. Charan and Vega Tamotia in the lead roles and Prakash Raj, Jayaram, Kajal Aggarwal, Sampath Raj, Nikita Thukral and Nagendran in other vital roles

Sarong
A sarong or sarung is a large tube or length of fabric, often wrapped around the waist and worn as a kilt by men and as a skirt by women throughout much of South Asia, Southeast Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Horn of Africa, and on many Pacific islands. The fabric most often has woven plaid or checkered patterns, or may be brightly colored by means of batik or ikat dyeing

SARS (gene)
Seryl-tRNA synthetase, cytoplasmic is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the SARS gene.-Further reading:

SAS
- Special forces :* Special Air Service, a special forces unit of the British Army* Australian Special Air Service Regiment * New Zealand Special Air Service * Rhodesian Special Air Service

SAS (Action Force)
SAS Force is a fictional special forces military unit that features in the Action Force universe, a European version of the G.I. Joe action figure and comic book series.

Sash (disambiguation)
Sash can refer to:* Sash - fabric belt* Sash window, the framing that holds panes of glass in a glazed window or door* Sash! - German DJ/producer team

Sasha (singer)
Sasha Gradiva ' - also known by her stage name SASHA, is a Russian-born, New York-residing recording artist, songwriter, and actress

Sashimi
Sashimi is a Japanese delicacy. It consists of very fresh raw meat, most commonly fish, sliced into thin pieces.-Origin:The word sashimi means "pierced body", i.e

Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada, which has an area of . Saskatchewan is bordered on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota.