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Saskatchewan (disambiguation)
Saskatchewan is a word originating from Cree language kisiskāciwani-sīpiy, meaning "swift flowing river". It may refer to:-Places:*Saskatchewan, one of Canada's provinces**History of Saskatchewan

Sasquatch (book)
Sasquatch is a novel written by Roland Smith.-Plot summary:When Dylan accompanies his father to a meeting of the Bigfoot International society, he's sure that it's just another of Dad's odd hobbies. Soon after, his father joins the society's sinister leader in an expedition to hunt down a Sasquatch specimen, and Dylan decides to go along

Sassenach
Sassenach is a word used chiefly by the Scots to designate an Englishman. It derives from the Scottish Gaelic Sasunnach meaning, originally, "Saxon", from the Latin "Saxones"; it was also formerly applied by Highlanders to Lowlanders. As employed by Scots or Scottish English-speakers today it is usually used in jest, as a term of abuse

Sassy
Sassy may refer to:* Sassy, Calvados, a commune in France* Sassy , a defunct publication for teen girls* SCUBA-2 All Sky Survey , a major astronomical experiment* Sarah Vaughan, nicknamed Sassy, American jazz singer

Sastre
Sastre is a surname which may refer to:-People:* Alfonso Sastre, , Spanish playwright* Antonio Sastre, , Argentinian footballer* Carlos Sastre, , Spanish cyclist

SAT
The SAT Reasoning Test is a standardized test for college admissions in the United States. The SAT is owned, published, and developed by the College Board, a nonprofit organization in the United States. It was formerly developed, published, and scored by the Educational Testing Service which still administers the exam. The test is intended to assess a student's readiness for college

Sat
Śat is a letter of the Ge'ez abugida, descended from South Arabian . It represents both a historical "s" and "ṯ" .-See also:*Ḍäppa *Śawt *Proto-Semitic*Shin

Satan
Satan , "the opposer", is the title of various entities, both human and divine, who challenge the faith of humans in the Hebrew Bible

Satan (comics)
Satan, in comics, may refer to:*Satan , the ruler of Hell in the Spawn universe*Satan , a number of characters who assumed the identity of Satan in the Marvel Universe, in particular Marduk Kurios, who initially went by the name "Satan" and had two children:**Daimon Hellstrom, who goes by the name "Son of Satan" and, after defeating his father, he

Satan (Image Comics)
Satan is a fictional character from the Spawn universe and the absolute ruler of Hell.For many years readers were led to believe that Malebolgia was the Devil in the Spawn universe, then after his defeat Mammon was thought to be the devil, but the "real" Satan made his debut in Spawn #158.-Background:The Lord of Light and Prince of Darkness, Satan is the supreme ruler of Hell,

Satana (India)
Satana is a city and a municipal council in Nashik District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is in the taluka of Baglan, which is sometimes called Satana, because of the city's dominance in the taluka. The name "Satana" may be derived from "Śāṭyāyani" one of the minor Upanishads of the Muktika canon.-Geography:Satana is located at

Satanic
Satanic may refer to:*Satan*Satanism*Satanic , a 2006 film*Operation Satanic, when the DGSE bombed the Rainbow Warrior in Auckland Harbour

Satanic (film)
Satanic is a 2006 American horror film directed by Dan Golden starring Annie Sorell, Jeffrey Combs, Angus Scrimm and James Russo.-Plot:The powers of darkness converge to claim the soul of a young girl who may have made a deal with the devil

Satanism
Satanism is a group of religions that is composed of a diverse number of ideological and philosophical beliefs and social phenomena. Their shared feature include symbolic association with, admiration for the character of, and even veneration of Satan or similar rebellious, promethean, and liberating figures

Satchel
Satchel may refer to:* Satchel , a carrying bag such as for school books** Satchel charge, explosive device typically carried in such a container** Loculus , a Roman Legionary's satchel** Magic satchel, term in computer gaming

Sateen
Sateen, not to be confused with satin, is a type of fabric often found in bed sheets.Sateen is usually applied to cotton, or sometimes rayon. Better qualities are mercerized to give a higher sheen. Some are only calendered to produce the sheen but this disappears with washing and is not considered genuine sateen. Sateen may be bleached, dyed, or printed

Satellite (financial)
Modern Portfolio Theory, the Nobel Prize winning theory of investing, asserts that the primary determinant in the performance of an investment portfolio is how it is allocated among various asset classes. Asset classes are broadly separated by stocks, bonds, and cash

Satellite (Guster song)
Satellite is the second single from Guster's 2006 album Ganging Up On The Sun. The song received support from US alternative rock radio, including WFNX , but failed to chart on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. There was also a Satellite EP released April 10, 2007. The song is also featured in the 2007 film Martian Child

Satellite (P.O.D. song)
Satellite is the last single from the P.O.D. album Satellite. It was released in 2002.The music video contains live footage of their performance at the Virginia Beach Amphitheater in 2002 and filmed segments showing them performing in the woods.

Satellite campus
A satellite campus or branch campus is a campus of a college or university that is physically detached from the main university or college area, and is often smaller than the main campus of an institution.

Satellites (song)
"Satellites" is the first single from September's second album In Orbit, and was the first single to be released under her contract with Catchy Tunes. The single was a success in Sweden and Finland, was later released in select countries worldwide, such as Poland, Romania, Spain, Israel and the United States

SATI
SATI is a four-letter acronym which can refer to:*Samrat Ashok Technological Institute*Science and Advanced Technology Institute*South African Tourism Institute*South African Translators' Institute

Sati (film)
Sati is a Bengali movie released in 1989 directed by Aparna Sen.The movie featured Shabana Azmi.- Synopsis :The young Brahmin girl in this story has a disastrous horoscope. In an Indian village in 1828, this can be a real handicap. The fact that she is mute only compounds her difficulties. Her horoscope predicts that she will become a widow at an early age

Satiate
Satiate is the first album released by Avail in 1992. Satiate was originally released on the band's own Catheter-Assembly Records, then re-released on Old Glory Records later that year. In 1994, Lookout! Records issued the album on CD with two additional tracks, taken from Avail's 7" release Attempt to Regress.-Track listing:The song Mr

Satiation
Satiation may refer to:*Satiety, feeling "full" and satisfied after eating; the cessation of hunger. See also Cholecystokinin-mediated satiety.*Economic satiation, where increasing the amount of a good reduces the worth of each individual unit of it

Satin
Satin is a weave that typically has a glossy surface and a dull back. It is a warp-dominated weaving technique that forms a minimum number of interlacings in a fabric. If a fabric is formed with a satin weave using filament fibres such as silk, nylon, or polyester, the corresponding fabric is termed a satin, although some definitions insist that the fabric be made from silk

Satinet
Satinet is a finely woven fabric with a finish resembling satin but made partly or wholly from cotton or synthetic fiber. The process was developed in Mesopotamia, 5000BC. The fibers may be natural as with cotton, woolens or cashmere wool, or synthetic. The process of manufacturing satinets in the U.S. began circa 1820 at the Capron Mill in Uxbridge, Massachusetts.

Satinwood
Satinwood can mean the following:*A name for a wood that can be polished to a high gloss derived from certain species of the flowering plant family Rutaceae:**Chloroxylon swietenia, Ceylon satinwood or East Indian satinwood

Satis (disambiguation)
Satis is the cult of deification of the floods of the Nile River in Egyptian mythology.Satis or SATIS may also refer to:*Satis House, a fictional estate in the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations*Renault Vel Satis, a French executive car

Satisfaction
Satisfaction may refer to:* Contentment** Computer user satisfaction** Customer satisfaction** Job satisfaction* Satisfaction , running * Satisfaction , a 1988 drama

Satisfaction (Benny Benassi song)
"Satisfaction" is a Benny Benassi track from his 2003 album Hypnotica. The track was Benassi's debut single and most successful song, peaking at number 2 in the UK. It was also used in a TV commercial for an Australian beer, and Wendy's hamburgers

Satisfaction (Eve song)
"Satisfaction" is a song by American rapper-songwriter Eve, released on February 25, 2003 as the second and final single from the album, Eve-Olution . Co-produced by Dr

Satisfaction (film)
Satisfaction is a 1988 drama starring Justine Bateman and Liam Neeson. It is one of the few theatrical productions by both Aaron Spelling and NBC.-Plot:

Satisfaction (TV series)
Satisfaction is an Australian television drama series which screened on the subscription television channel Showcase. It also screens in the Republic of Ireland on free-to-air channel TV3 and its sister channel 3e and in New Zealand on free-to-air channel TV2 respectively.The series was filmed in Melbourne, and was created by writer/producer Roger Simpson with producer Andy Walker

Satisfied
"Satisfied" was the second single released from Squeeze's ninth album, Play, in the UK, and the first in the United States. Although only a promotional radio single was released in the US, the song climbed to #3 on the Modern Rock charts there

Satisfied (album)
Satisfied is the fourth studio album by American Christian rock band DecembeRadio; it was released in August 2008 through Slanted Records. Like their previous album, DecembeRadio , it was recorded at Southern Tracks Recording in Atlanta, Georgia, and produced by Scotty Wilbanks

Satisfied (song)
"Satisfied" is a song recorded by Richard Marx for his second album, Repeat Offender, which went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.-Charts:"Satisfied" was the lead single from Richard Marx's highly anticipated second album, Repeat Offender

Satisfied (Taylor Dayne album)
Satisfied is the fifth studio album released by singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne. It includes the lead single, "Beautiful" which went to Number 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Charts in May 2008. "Crash" was used in a promotional commercial for the ABC network

Satisfy
Satisfy, released by Vertical Records, is Kathryn Scott's first solo album, released in 2003. Seven of the songs are penned by Scott herself, including her most famous track, "Hungry", and also "At the foot of the cross" and "Breathe on me now".

Satisfy (horse)
Satisfy is a Thoroughbred racehorse who is best known for winning the New Zealand Derby in 1987.Satisfy only won six races in his career, but two came at Group 1 level in the form of the Derby and the Manawatu Sires' Produce Stakes. He also ran third in the 2000 Guineas.His Derby win though is more remembered for who didn't win it than who did

Sato (rice wine)
Sato is a traditional northeastern Thailand beer style that has been made for centuries from starchy glutinous or sticky rice by growers in that region. Just as other regional varieties made not from grapes but cereal are commonly called wine rather than beer, sato is commonly called Thai rice wine

Satori (album)
-The band:* Joe Yamanaka – vocals, harmonica* Hideki Ishima – guitar* Jun Kozuki – bass guitar, guitar* Joji "George" Wada – drums-Technical staff:* Ikuzo Orita – producer* Norio Yoshizawa – mixing* Flower Travellin' Band - arranger-Recorded Covers:

Satori (disambiguation)
Satori is a Japanese term from Zen-Buddhism.Satori may refer to:*Satori , 1974*Satori , the legendary creature*Satori , 1971

Satori (folklore)
is a type of mountain-dwelling yōkai in Japanese folklore that holds the power to read human thoughts. The creature is said to approach travellers on mountain paths in hominid form and speak their thoughts aloud

Satori (novel)
Satori is a science fiction novel written by Dennis Schmidt. It is the third part of four in the Kensho series of novels.

Satrap
Satrap was the name given to the governors of the provinces of the ancient Median and Achaemenid Empires and in several of their successors, such as the Sassanid Empire and the Hellenistic empires.

Satsu
Satsu may refer to:*Megumi Satsu, a Japanese-French singer*Satsu, Estonia, village in Sonda Parish, Ida-Viru County, Estonia-In fiction:*Satsu, a character in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Satsuma
Satsuma may refer to:* Satsuma , a citrus fruit* Satsuma , a genus of land snails-In Japan:* Satsuma, Kagoshima, a Japanese town* Satsuma District, Kagoshima, a district in Kagoshima Prefecture

Sattar
Hassan Sattar is an Iranian pop and traditional/classic singer. He had gained fame before the Iranian Revolution and became Pahlavi Royal Family court singer up until the political upheavals of the late 1970s

Saturate
Saturate may refer to:* Saturate , 2002* Saturate , 1999* Saturate , 2002

Saturation
Saturation or saturated may refer to:- Meteorology :* Dew point, which is a temperature that occurs when atmospheric humidity reaches 100% and the air is saturated with moisture- Physics :

Saturday
Saturday is the day of the week following Friday and preceding Sunday.Saturday is the last day of the week on many calendars and in conventions that consider the week as beginning on Sunday, or the sixth day of the week according to international standard ISO 8601 which was first published in 1988.Saturday was named no later than the 2nd century for the planet Saturn,

Saturday (album)
Saturday is a 1987 album by The Reivers. It was their major label debut on Capitol Records. Notable tracks include “In Your Eyes,” which is the only song for which the band produced an official video, and “Wait for Time,” which a Rolling Stone reviewer described as “an amazing moment on an amazing album.” The packaging of the 2002 Dualtone Vintage CD reissue includes a brief

Saturday (Kids in Glass Houses song)
"Saturday" is the third single to be taken from Kids in Glass Houses debut album, Smart Casual. The song was previously titled "Skeletons", and was performed live frequently throughout 2007. The single was released on 11 August 2008.

Saturday night special
The phrase Saturday night special is pejorative slang used in the United States and Canada for any inexpensive handgun. Saturday night specials have been defined as compact, inexpensive handguns with low perceived quality; however, there is no official definition of "Saturday night special" under federal law, though some states define "Saturday Night Special" or "Junk Guns" by means of

Saturday Night Special
Saturday Night Special was a 60 minute long, comedy-variety show. It aired weekly on Saturday nights on Fox.This show was a competitor to Saturday Night Live, with a similar format of comedy skits and musicians

Saturn (magazine)
Saturn was a short-lived bi-monthly, digest sized science fiction magazine published by Candar Publishing out of New York. It produced only five issues from 1957 to 1958 as a science fiction magazine before changing to a detective magazine and then to a horror magazine specializing in weird tales.-Issues:* March 1957 – March 1958, as Saturn, The Magazine of Science Fiction*

Saturnalia
Saturnalia is an Ancient Roman festival/ celebration held in honour of Saturn , the youngest of the Titans, father of the major gods of the Greeks and Romans, and son of Uranus and Gaia

Saturnalia (album)
Saturnalia is the first studio album by The Gutter Twins, a collaboration between Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan. The album, which was started as far back as 2003, was released on March 4, 2008. Prior to the album's release, the duo began posting songs on their official MySpace page

Saturnalia (band)
Saturnalia were a British psychedelic band, whose only album was claimed to be the world's first 3D picture disc. It also gained a certain amount of notoriety by featuring the band members topless on one side of the picture disc.

Saturnalia (book)
Saturnalia is a crime novel by Lindsey Davis.-Plot introduction:Set in Rome Saturnalia stars Marcus Didius Falco, Informer and Imperial Agent

Saturnalia (disambiguation)
Saturnalia is an ancient Roman festival in honor of the god Saturn.Saturnalia may also refer to:* Saturnalia , a genus of dinosaur* Saturnalia , a science fiction cartoon series by Nina Matsumoto

Saturnalia (novel)
Saturnalia was a 1986 science fiction novel by Grant Callin, published by Baen Books. It was based on a short story named "Saturn Alia". It was followed by a sequel, A Lion on Tharthee.-Plot summary:

Saturnine
Saturnine can refer to:*Saturnine Antshrike, species of bird*Saint Saturnine , virgin martyr*The Saturnine, music group*Saturnine *An album by the folk artist Jackie Oates*A song by the doom metal band Electric Wizard

Saturnine (comics)
Saturnine is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Saturnine first appeared in Ghost Rider #76 , and was created by J. M

Saturnino
Saturnino is the Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian form of the name Saturninus. As a first name, it can refer to:*Saturnino Arrúa, Paraguayan footballer*Saturnino Herrán, Mexican painter*Saturnino Rustrián, Guatemalan road bicycle racer