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Scatology
In medicine and biology, scatology or coprology is the study of feces.Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet , healthiness, and diseases such as tapeworms. The word derives from the Greek σκώρ In medicine and biology, scatology or coprology is the study of feces.Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet (and thus where it has been), healthiness, and diseases such as tapeworms. The word derives from the Greek σκώρ In medicine and biology, scatology or coprology is the study of feces.Scatological studies allow one to determine a wide range of biological information about a creature, including its diet (and thus where it has been), healthiness, and diseases such as tapeworms. The word derives from the Greek σκώρ (genitive σκατός, modern σκατό, pl

Scatter
In ordinary English, to scatter is to distribute randomly. Scatter also has the following meanings:*In physics, scattering is the study of collisions, especially of waves and particles

Scatter (band)
Scatter are an improvisational collective, based in Glasgow. Their music is heavily influenced by jazz and folk .

Scatterbrain
Scatterbrain was an eclectic thrash metal band formed in 1989 when Long Island, New York hardcore group Ludichrist featuring Tommy Christ and Glen Cummings regrouped and changed their name.

Scatterbrain
Scatterbrain may refer to:* Scatterbrain * Scatterbrain * Scatterbrain , by Larry Niven* Scatterbrain , an album by The Xcerts* "Scatterbrain", a song by Jeff Beck

Scatterbrain (book)
Scatterbrain a collection of short stories, novel excerpts and essays by Larry Niven. It was published in 2003, as a sequel to N-Space and Playgrounds of the Mind.-Contents:#Introduction: Where Do I Get My Crazy Ideas#Destiny's Road

Scatterbrain (comics)
Gage Reinhart is a fictional comic book superhero, a member of the superhero team Dynamo 5, which appears in the monthly series of the same name from Image Comics. Created by writer Jay Faerber and artist Mahmud A

Scattered
Scattered is a rave party based in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1998 as a small 150 person event, it has grown over time to large-scale rave which regularly hosts some of the worlds leading happy hardcore, gabber and hard trance DJ's.-Event History:

Scattered (disambiguation)
Scattered may refer to:* Scattered , a rave party based in Sydney, Australia*Scattered radiation*"Scattered" , a 2005 Battlestar Galactica episode* Scattered , a 2010 album by The Handsome Family

Scattering
Scattering is a general physical process where some forms of radiation, such as light, sound, or moving particles, are forced to deviate from a straight trajectory by one or more localized non-uniformities in the medium through which they pass. In conventional use, this also includes deviation of reflected radiation from the angle predicted by the law of reflection

Scattershot
Scattershot can refer to any of the following:*Scattershot: My Bipolar Family, a memoir, written by former Montague Bookmill proprietor, writer, and carpenter David Lovelace.*Scattershot, a fictional character in the Transformers universes.

Scaup
Scaup may refer to:* Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, a political party in Scotland* One of three species of diving duck:** Greater Scaup or just Scaup, Aythya marila** Lesser Scaup, Aythya affinis

Scavenger
Scavenging is both a carnivorous and herbivorous feeding behavior in which individual scavengers search out dead animal and dead plant biomass on which to feed. The eating of carrion from the same species is referred to as cannibalism. Scavengers play an important role in the ecosystem by contributing to the decomposition of dead animal and plant material

Scavenger's daughter
The Scavenger's daughter was a type of torture device invented in the reign of King Henry VIII of England. Extant documents reveal, however, that the device was rarely used.-History:

Scavengers (game show)
Scavengers was a British TV game show produced by Carlton Television, which aired across the ITV Network. It aired as a two series of 6 episodes the first of which was broadcast on Saturday Evenings at 7:00pm over the summer of 1994. The second series was relegated to daytime viewing in the summer of 1995 typically being broadcast at 9:25am

SCC (Specialist Computer Centres)
Specialist Computer Centres is an information technology services firm, mainly catering for very large companies and public sector bodies. Headquartered in Tyseley, Birmingham, UK, it is Europe's largest privately owned technology company in terms of revenue and is Hewlett-Packard's largest European partner

Scenari
Scenari is an open source software suite that introduce a new methodology to edit and publish multimedia documents.The author of a document on Scenari applications only have to fill and organize the content in the editor without thinking about its presentation for a particular output media

Scenario
A scenario is a synoptical collage of an event or series of actions and events. In the Commedia dell'arte it was an outline of entrances, exits, and action describing the plot of a play that was literally pinned to the back of the scenery

Scene
- Arts and media :* Scene , an element of a larger fictional work such as a play* Scene , a part of action in a single location in a TV or movie, composed of a series of shots* Scene , a BBC drama anthology for teenagers

Scenic
Scenic is the first full-length album by Denver Harbor, released on October 12, 2004 on Universal Records. It contains re-recorded versions of four of the five tracks from their debut EP Extended Play , as well as two of the three songs from their 2003 demo Scenic is the first full-length album by Denver Harbor, released on October 12, 2004 on Universal Records. It contains re-recorded versions of four of the five tracks from their debut EP Extended Play ("Picture Perfect Wannabe", "Outta My Head", "Satisfied" and "Way Back Home"), as well as two of the three songs from their 2003 demo Scenic is the first full-length album by Denver Harbor, released on October 12, 2004 on Universal Records. It contains re-recorded versions of four of the five tracks from their debut EP Extended Play ("Picture Perfect Wannabe", "Outta My Head", "Satisfied" and "Way Back Home"), as well as two of the three songs from their 2003 demo ("All I Want" and "Move

Sceptre
A sceptre is a symbolic ornamental rod or wand borne in the hand by a ruling monarch as an item of royal or imperial insignia.-Antiquity:

Sceptre (disambiguation)
A sceptre is a symbolic staff.Sceptre or scepter may also refer to:*Scepter Records, a record label*Sceptre Incorporated, a consumer electronics producer*Sceptre , a racehorse*Humber Sceptre, a British car

Sceptre (horse)
Sceptre was a British-bred and British-trained Thoroughbred racemare whose career ran from 1901 to 1904. In 1902 she became the only racehorse to win four British Classic Races outright.-Breeding:

Schaal
Schaal may refer to:People*Wendy Schaal , an American actress*Richard Schaal , an American actor*Kristen Schaal , an American comedienne*Barbara A. Schaal , an American biologistPlace*Schaal, Arkansas

Schacht (automobile)
Schacht was an American maufacturer of automobile, trucks and fire trucks from 1904 to 1940. The company was started by William and Gustav Schact in Cincinnati, Ohio. Production of automobiles was from 1904 to 1914 with over 8,000 automobiles produced. The company was renamed the G.A

Schade (surname)
Schade is a surname that may refer to:* Betty Schade, a German-born American actress of the silent era* Doris Schade, a German television actress* Fritz Schade, a German-born American actor of the silent era

Schadenfreude
Schadenfreude is pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others. This German word is used as a loanword in English and some other languages, and has been calqued in Danish and Norwegian as skadefryd and Swedish as skadeglädje.

Schaffner
Schaffner is a surname, and may refer to:* Dwite H. Schaffner, American Medal of Honor recipient* Franklin Schaffner, American film director* Hans Schaffner, Swiss liberal politician* Jakob Schaffner, Swiss novelist

Schapen
Schapen is a municipality in the Emsland district, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

Scharf
Scharf is a German surname. Today it is spread quite evenly over all of Germany. It is an "eke" name; i.e., it describes a physical attribute. In this case it means the original bearer was sharp-witted.

Schauen
Schauen is a village and a former municipality in the district of Harz, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 January 2010, it is part of the town Osterwieck.

Schaum
The Schaum was an American automobile manufactured from 1901 until 1905. Designed by W.A. Schaum, the first engines had twin cylinders with separate cranks geared up to one central driving shaft.

Sche
Sche was thefeminine,third-person,singular,personal pronoun in Middle English.The word sounded similar to Modern English she.

Schedule
Schedule generally refers to:* a timetable * an airline timetable* the act of Scheduling Schedule may also refer to:* Schedule , a list of actions from a set of transactions in databases

Schema
The word schema comes from the Greek word "σχήμα" , which means shape, or more generally, plan. The plural is "σχήματα"

Schema (genetic algorithms)
A schema is a template in computer science used in the field of genetic algorithms that identifies a subset of strings with similarities at certain string positions. Schemata are a special case of cylinder sets; and so form a topological space.- Description :

Schematic
A schematic diagram represents the elements of a system using abstract, graphic symbols rather than realistic pictures. A schematic usually omits all details that are not relevant to the information the schematic is intended to convey, and may add unrealistic elements that aid comprehension

Schematic (software)
Schematic is an application for creating schematic diagrams, such as flow charts, organisation charts, electronic circuit diagrams, UML and family trees. It is published and actively maintained by Dot Software Ltd in Bath, England.

Schematics (album)
Schematics is the third studio album by the American pop rock band Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer. The album was released on September 25, 2007 through Le Pamplemousse Records and FlightPlan Records.-Track listing:

Scheme
Scheme may refer to:* Scheme , a minimalist, multi-paradigm dialect of Lisp* Scheme , a concept in algebraic geometry* Scheme , a figure of speech that changes a sentence's structure-See also:

Scheme (linguistics)
In linguistics, scheme is a figure of speech that changes the normal arrangement of words in a sentence's structure. A good example of a playwright who is notorious for his use of schemes and tropes is William Shakespeare .-Structures of balance:*Parallelism – The use of similar structures in two or more clauses**Isocolon – Use of

Scherzo
A scherzo is a piece of music, often a movement from a larger piece such as a symphony or a sonata. The scherzo's precise definition has varied over the years, but it often refers to a movement which replaces the minuet as the third movement in a four-movement work, such as a symphony, sonata, or string quartet

Schild
Schild is the surname of:* Alfred Schild , a leading American physicist , Austrian female alpine skier* Charles Schild , an American inventor

Schilder
Schilder is mainly a Dutch surname, meaning painter, and can refer to several people: , Dutch singer , Dutch bishop* Franz Alfred Schilder , Austrian-German zoologist , South African musician

Schilling (disambiguation)
Schilling generally refers to the Austrian schilling but may also refer to:* Schilling, California* Schilling & Company, see McCormick & Company

Schism
- Religion :* Schism , a division or a split, usually between people belonging to an organization or movement, most frequently applied to a break of communion between two sections of Christianity that were previously a single body

Schizoid (video game)
Schizoid is an action game which focuses on teamwork. Players must co-operate to protect each other from barrages of glowing enemies. The title was developed by Torpex Games and launched on Xbox Live Arcade on July 9, 2008 for 800 Microsoft Points.

Schizophonia
- Track listing :# "Get Ready Now"# "Stop It"# "Bitch"# "Fiction Dancer"# "Skin"# "Pleasure and Pain"# "My Demons"# "Cubicle"# "Fucky Funky Music" [Motorcycle Boy Version]# "Fahr Zur Hölle"# "323 Secondes de Silence Répétitif Avec Guitare Espagnole"

Schizophrenic (Wayne Wonder album)
-Tracklisting:#Sasha#Platinum Mall#Just Might Squeeze#Tragedy#I Like The Way#Easily Change#Who Give U The Right#Treat U Right#Makes Me Wonder#You Don't Know#Dead Serious#Curious#Mr. Man

Schleife
Schleife , Uppersorbian Slepo, is a municipality of 3,000 in northern Görlitz district, northeast Saxony, Germany. It is the seat of the Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Schleife .- Administration :

Schlitz (disambiguation)
Schlitz was an American brewery and is a current brand of beer.Schlitz may also refer to:Place name:* Schlitz, Hesse, GermanyFamily name:* Don Schlitz , award-winning country music songwriter

Schlock
Schlock is an English word of Yiddish origin meaning "something cheap, shoddy, or inferior "In the field of science, "schlock" refers to shoddy or unreliable results.

Schlock (film)
Schlock is a 1973 low-budget satire film, written, directed by and starring filmmaker John Landis.-Plot:Schlock, a prehistoric apeman who falls in love with a teenage blind beauty and terrorizes her Southern California suburb. Schlock is no ordinary simian; he possesses some very unusual skills. Among other things, he plays the piano and gives TV interviews

Schmaltz
Schmaltz or schmalz is rendered chicken, goose, or pork fat used for frying or as a spread on bread, especially in German and Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine. Also is very common in Ukrainian cuisine Schmaltz or schmalz is rendered chicken, goose, or pork fat used for frying or as a spread on bread, especially in German and Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine. Also is very common in Ukrainian cuisine Schmaltz or schmalz is rendered chicken, goose, or pork fat used for frying or as a spread on bread, especially in German and Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine. Also is very common in Ukrainian cuisine (ukr

Schmied
Schmied is a surname of German origin. Its meaning is derived from the German word Schmied, which is a smith . Common variations are Schmitt, Schmit, Schmidt, and Smith.- Changes over time :

Schmuck
Schmuck is a surname of German origin. As a noun, it means jewelry; as an adjective, it means neat in the sense of clean, tidy, or having a simple elegance. The name is commonly seen on signs and billboards in Germany and Austria related to the merchandising of precious jewelry. The Schmuck family name has been traced to the birth of Christian von Schmuck in 1370

Schmuck
Schmuck may refer to:* Schmuck , a common pejorative of Yiddish origin* Schmuck , a surname of German origin* Schmuck Dudley, stage name of American wrestler Jeff Roth* Dinner for Schmucks, a 2010 film

Schmuck (pejorative)
__notoc__Schmuck or shmuck in American English is a pejorative meaning an obnoxious, contemptible or detestable person, or one who is stupid or foolish. The word entered English from Yiddish, where it has similar pejorative meanings, but its original meaning in Yiddish is penis

Schnabel
Schnabel is a German surname meaning "beak" and may refer to:A person's name:* Artur Schnabel , Polish-Austrian classical pianist and composer* Charles Francis Schnabel , American agricultural chemist.* Enrico Schnabel Schnabel is a German surname meaning "beak" and may refer to:A person's name:* Artur Schnabel (1882-1951), Polish-Austrian classical pianist and composer* Charles Francis Schnabel (1895-1974), American agricultural chemist.* Enrico Schnabel Schnabel is a German surname meaning "beak" and may refer to:A person's name:* Artur Schnabel (1882-1951), Polish-Austrian classical pianist and composer* Charles Francis Schnabel (1895-1974), American agricultural chemist.* Enrico Schnabel (b

Schnapps
Schnapps is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage. The English word schnapps is derived from the German Schnaps , which can refer to any strong alcoholic drink but particularly those containing at least 32% ABV

Schnecken
Schnecken are a type of pastry that was a traditional Saturday morning treat in German homes at the beginning of the 20th century and that was commonly found in the Jewish immigrant communities in the Philadelphia and Baltimore areas. The name schnecken means snails in English and refers to the shape of the pastry

Schneewittchen (opera)
Schneewittchen is an opera by Heinz Holliger. He wrote the libretto based on a poetic text by Robert Walser in iambic trimeter. The opera premiered on 17 October 1998 at the Zurich Opera House which had commissioned the work. The work is a psychoanalytical reworking of the fairy tale, analysing the complex relationships between the roles

Schneider (surname)
Schneider is a very common family name in Germany. Alternate spellings include: Schnieder , Snyder, Snider, Sneider, Sneijder , Schnyder, Schnider , Sznajder and Znaider .-People:*Alexander Schneider, classical

Schnell
Schnell is a surname of German origin that means fast or quickly. It may refer to:*Claude Schnell , heavy metal keyboardist*Edward Schnell , German arms dealer in Japan; brother of Henry Schnell

Scholastic
Scholastic may refer to:* Scholastic * Scholastic Corporation, a book publisher* Scholasticism, a form of theology and philosophy* School, a place of learning* A junior member of a religious order, such as the Jesuits