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Scalloping
Scalloping may refer to:*Scallop gathering *Scalloping , an ornament made of indentations/grooves resembling the shell of a scallop.*Scalloping , shaping of fingerboards*Gratin, a casserole cooking technique

Scaloppine
Scaloppine is an Italian dish consisting of thinly sliced meat that is dredged in wheat flour, sautéed, then heated and served with a tomato-, or wine-sauce; or

Scalp
The scalp is the anatomical area bordered by the face anteriorly and the neck to the sides and posteriorly.-Layers:It is usually described as having five layers, which can conveniently be remembered as a mnemonic:

Scalp (disambiguation)
Scalp is the anatomical area bordered by the face anteriorly and the neck to the sides and posteriorly.SCALP may also refer to:*Storm Shadow, "SCALP EG" in French, an Anglo-French air-launched cruise missile

Scalpel
A scalpel, or lancet, is a small and extremely sharp bladed instrument used for surgery, anatomical dissection, and various arts and crafts . Scalpels may be single-use disposable or re-usable. Re-usable scalpels can have attached, resharpenable blades or, more commonly, non-attached, replaceable blades

SCALPEL (guided bomb)
SCALPEL is a laser-guided bomb produced by Lockheed Martin. The weapon is being developed from the Enhanced Laser Guided Training Round which is the training version of the Paveway II series of bombs

Scam (disambiguation)
Scam may refer to:Forms of deception:* Confidence trick* Fraud* HoaxTitle expressive works:* "Scam" , on The Return of the Space Cowboy album* Scam , by The Screaming Jets* Scam

Scam (film)
Scam is a 1993 film adaptation of crime drama novel by Craig Smith named Ladystinger. It originally aired on Showtime in May 1993.- Plot :

Scam (Jamiroquai song)
"Scam" is a song by the British band Jamiroquai. The song appeared on the band's second album, The Return of the Space Cowboy. It is most often cited by fans as one of the most powerful protest songs by the band

Scamp
Scamp may refer to:* Summercamp Music Festival,* A mischievous perhaps roguish person, especially a playful, impish youngster.* Scamp , a Disney cartoon puppy

Scamper
Scamper may refer to:* Scamper , a barrel racing horse* Scamper, a fictional character and the partner of Metroplex in the Transformers universe

Scampi
Scampi is the term for a particular type of lobster, deriving originally from the Greek word κάμπη 'kampē' meaning a 'bending' or 'winding'. The name is sometimes used loosely to describe a style of preparation typically for seafood, and as a culinary name for some species of crustacean

Scampi (disambiguation)
-Seafood:* Scampi is a culinary name for the Norway lobster as well as for some dishes made using it or shrimp** Norway lobster -Fictional characters:*Little Cousin Scampi, a cousin of Sooty seen in The Sooty Show*The Scampi from Fingerbobs

Scan
Scan may refer to:Acronyms:*Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry , a psychiatric diagnostic tool developed by WHO*Shared Check Authorization Network , a database of bad check writers and collection agency for bad checks

SCAN
SCAN or Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry is a set of tools created by WHO aimed at diagnosing and measuring mental illness that may occur in adult life. It is not constructed explicitly for use with either ICD-10 or DSM-IV but can be used for both systems

Scandal
A scandal is a widely publicized allegation or set of allegations that damages the reputation of an institution, individual or creed

SCANDAL
is a Japanese pop rock band. The group consists of four members: Haruna Ono, Tomomi Ogawa, Mami Sasazaki and Rina Suzuki.The group was formed in August 2006, and they started performing at Osaka Castle Park shortly after their formation

Scandal (album)
Scandal is a one-off album released in 2006 by Kangta & Vanness, a duo composed of Korean singer Kangta and Taiwanese singer Vanness Wu. Several of the songs on Scandal were recorded in both Korean and Mandarin, and two music videos were produced

Scandal (EP)
Scandal is a self-titled, 5-song EP by the band Scandal, released in 1982 by Columbia Records. Although the EP has never been released on CD, all five songs are found on the VH1 Scandal compilation CD called We Are The '80s

Scandale (film)
Scandale is a 1982 Canadian comedy film.A band of government workers decide to make some fast bucks by making a blue movie in the Quebec's Parlement.-Cast:* Sophie Lorain - Lucille* Nanette Workman - Nanette Workman

Scandalous
"Scandalous!" is a smooth, romantic ballad by Prince, released as a single from his 1989 album, the soundtrack to Batman. The song continues a long tradition of Prince's sexually charged ballads, with gasped, passionate vocals on lyrics such as "I can't wait till I can wrap my legs all around U." The track features a drum machine and synthesizers, which sample Clare Fischer's

Scandalous
Scandalous may refer to:* Scandalous , a 1983 music album by British group Imagination * "Scandalous!", a Prince song which was the love theme to the 1989 film Batman* "Scandalous" , a 2003 song by Mis-Teeq

Scandia (disambiguation)
Scandia is an early name used for the Scandinavian Peninsula by the first cartographers charting northern Europe.Scandia may refer to:Places* Scandia, Alberta, a hamlet in southern Alberta, Canada

Scandinavia
Scandinavia is a cultural, historical and ethno-linguistic region in northern Europe that includes the three kingdoms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, characterized by their common ethno-cultural heritage and language. Modern Norway and Sweden proper are situated on the Scandinavian Peninsula, whereas modern Denmark is situated on the Danish islands and Jutland

Scandinavian
Scandinavian refers to a resident of or something associated with Scandinavia, including:* Scandinavians, a Nordic ethnic group* Scandinavian Airlines , an aviation corporation* Scandinavian Defense, a chess opening

Scandinavian (Fabergé egg)
The Scandinavian egg is an enamelled Easter egg made by Michael Perchin under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé between 1899 and 1903. The egg was made for a St

Scandinavians
Scandinavians are a group of Germanic peoples, inhabiting Scandinavia and to a lesser extent countries associated with Scandinavia, and speaking Scandinavian languages. The group includes Danes, Norwegians and Swedes, and additionally the descendants of Scandinavian settlers such as the Icelandic and Faroese people

Scanner
Scanner may refer to:* WikiScanner, a tool that provides a searchable database of anonymous Wikipedia edits* A personality type described by self-help author Barbara Sher-Technology:* Scanner , for searching for and receiving radio broadcasts

Scanner (band)
Scanner is a power metal band that was formed in 1986. They released their first album, Hypertrace, in 1988 through Noise Records. The band has split up and rejoined at least twice since its creation and its only remaining original band member is the guitarist Axel A.J. Julius.-Members:*Efthimios Ioannidis - vocals*Axel A.J

Scanners
Scanners is a 1981 science-fiction horror film written and directed by David Cronenberg and starring Jennifer O'Neill, Stephen Lack, Michael Ironside, and Patrick McGoohan

Scanners (band)
-History:The band was initially formed by Matthew Mole and Sarah Daly around 2004, who after

Scape
In biology, the term scape may refer to:* The first segment of an insect antenna* A finger-like appendage of the epigyne of a female spider* Scape , a flowering stemScape may also refer to:

Scapegoat
Scapegoating is the practice of singling out any party for unmerited negative treatment or blame. Scapegoating may be conducted by individuals against individuals , individuals against groups , groups against individuals , and groups against groups Scapegoating is the practice of singling out any party for unmerited negative treatment or blame. Scapegoating may be conducted by individuals against individuals (e.g., "Jimmy did it, not me!"), individuals against groups (e.g., "I failed because our school favors boys"), groups against individuals (e.g., "Jane was the reason our team didn't win"), and groups against groups Scapegoating is the practice of singling out any party for unmerited negative treatment or blame. Scapegoating may be conducted by individuals against individuals (e.g., "Jimmy did it, not me!"), individuals against groups (e.g., "I failed because our school favors boys"), groups against individuals (e.g., "Jane was the reason our team didn't win"), and groups against groups (e.g.,

Scapegoat (band)
Scapegoat is an American rock group formed in 1999, in Charlotte, North Carolina and one of the first bands signed to Tragic Hero Records. Scapegoat is credited with bringing attention and recognition to the North Carolina rock music scene.

Scapegoat (disambiguation)
A scapegoat is a person unfairly blamed for some misfortune, or an actual goat Azazel used in a Jewish ritual. It may also refer to:Songs:* "Scapegoat", from the 2008 album Chapter VII: Hope and Sorrow, by Sevendust

Scaphoid bone
The scaphoid bone is one of the carpal bones of the wrist. It is situated between the hand and forearm on the thumb-side of the wrist . The scaphoid bone is the largest bone of the proximal row of wrist bones, its long axis being from above downward, lateralward, and forward

Scapular
The term scapular as used today refers to two specific, yet related, Christian Sacramentals, namely the monastic and devotional scapulars, although both forms may simply be referred to as "scapular".

Scapulocoracoid
The Scapulocoracoid is the unit of the pectoral girdle that contains the coracoid and scapula.The coracoid itself is a beak-shaped bone that is commonly found in most vertebrates with a few exceptions.The scapula is commonly known as the shoulder blade

Scar
Scars are areas of fibrous tissue that replace normal skin after injury. A scar results from the biological process of wound repair in the skin and other tissues of the body. Thus, scarring is a natural part of the healing process. With the exception of very minor lesions, every wound results in some degree of scarring

Scar (film)
Scar is a horror/crime thriller film. It stars actress Angela Bettis, known for starring in the remake of the horror classic horrorfilm Carrie

Scar (Fullmetal Alchemist)
, also known as , is a fictional character from the anime and manga series Fullmetal Alchemist by author Hiromu Arakawa. Scar is introduced as a mass murderer who targets alchemist working for the state military from the fictional country of Amestris

Scara
A scara was a contingent or unit of soldiers, possibly cavalry, in Carolingian armies.-Etymology:The term is a Latinized form of an ancient German word meaning "group." Members of the scara units were called scariti, escariti and scarii.-Function:Although of uncertain

Scarab
Scarab may refer to:Vehicles* Stout Scarab, limited production automobile* Scammell Scarab - A small, 3-wheeled articulated lorry tractor unit produced 1948-1967* Scarab Other* Scarab of Ancient Egypt

Scarab (comics)
Scarab, in comics, may refer to:* Scarab , a Vertigo character and title* Scarab , a Golden Age comic character* Scarab , a character in Project Superpowers

Scarab (Nedor)
The Scarab is a fictional superhero from the Golden Age of Comics. He first appeared in Startling Comics #34 , published by Nedor Comics. The character was later revived by writer Alan Moore for America's Best Comics.-Nedor Comics:

Scarab (Vertigo)
Scarab is an American comic book limited series written by John Smith and published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, featuring a superhero called Scarab.

Scarcity
Scarcity is the fundamental economic problem of having humans who have unlimited wants and needs in a world of limited resources. It states that society has insufficient productive resources to fulfill all human wants and needs. Alternatively, scarcity implies that not all of society's goals can be pursued at the same time; trade-offs are made of one good against others

Scarecrow
A scarecrow is, essentially, a decoy, though traditionally, a human figure dressed in old clothes and placed in fields by farmers to discourage birds such as crows or sparrows from disturbing and feeding on recently cast seed and growing crops.-History:In Kojiki, the oldest surviving book in Japan , a scarecrow known as Kuebiko appears

Scarecrow (Garth Brooks album)
Scarecrow is the ninth studio album by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released on November 13, 2001, and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and the Top Country Albums chart

Scarecrow (Melissa Etheridge song)
"Scarecrow" is a single from Melissa Etheridge's 1999 album, Breakdown.- Content :This ballad tells the story of the kidnapping, torture, and homicide of 21-year-old University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard, motivated by anti-gay sentiment

Scarecrow (song)
"Scarecrow" is a single released by The Pillows on April 4, 2007. The title track is featured in the anime adaption of Moonlight Mile, the B-side "Tsuyogari" is a cover of a Mr. Children song.-Track listing:#"Scarecrow"#"Boys Be Locksmith."

Scared
Scared was the first full-length album by California punk rock band Swingin' Utters, released in 1992, following the EP Gives You Strength, released earlier the same year.

Scared (2005 film)
Rab Nong Sayong Kwan is a Thai horror film directed by Pakphum Wonjinda. In this movie, a group of freshmen on a road trip survive an accident, only to end up in an abandoned town where they are hunted down and killed one by one.- Cast :

Scared (disambiguation)
Scared is an album by Swingin' Utters.Scared may also refer to:* Scared!, a paranormal reality TV series* Scared , a 2005 Thai horror film* Scared Records, an American record label

Scared Stiff (pinball)
Scared Stiff is a 1996 pinball game designed by Dennis Nordman and released by Midway , featuring horrorshow-hostess Elvira. It is the follow-up to 1989's Elvira and the Party Monsters, also designed by Nordman.-External links:*

Scarlet
Scarlet may refer to:* Scarlet , a bright tone of red that is slightly toward orange* Scarlet , type of woollen cloth common in medieval England* Scarlet , women's magazine in the UK* Scarlet , 1995

Scarlet (U.S. band)
Scarlet is a metalcore band from Richmond, Virginia currently on a long term hiatus.- History :Scarlet formed in Richmond, Virginia in the late 1990s. In 2000, the band released its first EP Breaking the Dead Stare. Shortly afterward, Scarlet disbanded with Jon Spencer leaving to perform vocals for Virginia Beach based metalcore band, Spitfire

Scarlet fever
Scarlet fever is a disease caused by exotoxin released by Streptococcus pyogenes. Once a major cause of death, it is now effectively treated with antibiotics

Scarlet pimpernel
Scarlet pimpernel is a low-growing annual plant found in Europe, Asia and North America

Scarlett (given name)
Scarlett or Scarlet is a feminine name derived from an English surname with an occupational meaning, referring to a person who sold cloth of scarlet. It gained popularity due to the character Scarlett O'Hara in Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind. More recently, its profile has been on the rise due to the fame of the actress Scarlett Johansson

Scarp
-Landforms and geology:* Cliff, a significant vertical, or near vertical, rock exposure* Escarpment, a steep slope or long cliff that occurs from erosion or faulting and separates two relatively level areas of differing elevations

Scarred
Scarred is a television program that debuted on MTV on April 10, 2007. On each episode of Scarred, several real-life risk-takers share the stories of how they were scarred or injured while attempting dangerous stunts on primarily skateboards, but occasionally on in-line skates, skis, snowboards, and bikes.-"Scar Stories":The show features a segment called "Scar

Scarred (1984 film)
-Cast and crew:Directed by: Rose Marie TurkoStarring: Jennifer Mayo, Jackie Berryman, David Dean, Rico L. Richardson-Synopsis:Shot in a cinema verite style, perhaps because this film about teenage prostitution began as a project while director Rose-Marie Turko was a student at UCLA, the format tends to hit home better than a more artificial approach

Scars (TV show)
Scars is a UK docu-drama from Channel 4 Television which aired on Channel 4 on July 3 2006. It is also repeated at various times on Channel 4's sister channel, More4 as well as on Channel 4

Scary
Scary may refer to:* Scary, West Virginia, U.S.* Scary, in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, a village in the Shire* "Scary", a song by Britney Spears from Femme FatalePeople:

Scat
-Education:* School and College Ability Test* Somerset College of Arts and Technology, a community college in Somerset, England* Shrewsbury College of Arts & Technology, a community college in Shropshire, England-Games:* Thirty-one , a card game

SCAT (automobile)
The SCAT was Italian automobile manufacturer from Turin, founded in 1906 by Giovanni Ceirano.The company was active from 1906 to 1932 and achieved Targa Florio wins in 1911 and 1912. The first produced models were the 12 HP, the 16 HP and the 22 HP of 1909.- External links :*