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Scholastic (Notre Dame publication)
Scholastic is the official student publication of the University of Notre Dame. Founded in 1867, Scholastic is the United States' oldest continuous collegiate publication. In its history, Scholastic has served both as Notre Dame's weekly student newspaper and now as a monthly news magazine

Scholasticism
Scholasticism is a method of critical thought which dominated teaching by the academics of medieval universities in Europe from about 1100–1500, and a program of employing that method in articulating and defending orthodoxy in an increasingly pluralistic context

Schoolbook
For the concept of schoolbooks, see the article textbook.For the article about the typeface Schoolbook, see the article Century Schoolbook.

Schoolgirl
A schoolgirl is a girl attending either primary or secondary school, generally aged between four and eighteen years old.-Academic performance:This has led in some countries to calls for greater equality for education in the school system

Schoolgirl (song)
"Schoolgirl" is the first single from the 1986 album Another Step by Kim Wilde.Released in Australia and several European countries , it was the first single of Wilde's career on which she was given co-writing credits. She was given sole writing and production credits on the B-side to the single

Schoolmaster
A schoolmaster, or simply master, once referred to a male school teacher. This usage survives in British public schools, but is generally obsolete elsewhere.The teacher in charge of a school is the headmaster

Schooner (disambiguation)
Schooner may refer to:* Schooner, a type of sailing vessel* Prairie schooner, a covered freight wagon used in the late 18th and 19th centuries* Schooner * Schooner, an Australian name for a 425 ml Schooner may refer to:* Schooner, a type of sailing vessel* Prairie schooner, a covered freight wagon used in the late 18th and 19th centuries* Schooner (glass)* Schooner, an Australian name for a 425 ml Schooner may refer to:* Schooner, a type of sailing vessel* Prairie schooner, a covered freight wagon used in the late 18th and 19th centuries* Schooner (glass)* Schooner, an Australian name for a 425 ml (14.4 fl

Schopf
SCHOPF Maschinenbau GmbH is a German company that produces specialist vehicles for the mining and aviation industries.The company was founded in 1948 by Jörg Schopf, a mechanical engineer. It started out with manufacturing equipment for the mining industry. It soon expanded into the growing sector of aviation by manufacturing stair lifts, tow trucks and loading machinery

Schottky anomaly
The Schottky anomaly is an observed effect in solid state physics where the specific heat capacity of a solid at low temperature has a peak. It is called anomalous because the heat capacity usually increases with temperature, or stays constant. It occurs in systems with a limited number of energy levels so that E is bounded

Schrei (song)
"Schrei" and "Scream" are rock songs by German alternative rock band Tokio Hotel. The German version of the song, "Schrei", was released as the second single from the band's debut album Schrei and is also the album's opening track

Schtick
A shtick is a comic theme or gimmick. "Shtick" is derived from the Yiddish word shtik , meaning "piece"; the closely related German word Stück has the same meaning. The English word "piece" itself is also sometimes used in a similar context

Schuh
Schuh is a Scottish high street and internet branded footwear retailer, operating throughout the British Isles.-History:Schuh was established by Founding Director Sandy Alexander in 1981, with a single shop in North Bridge Arcade, Edinburgh. The company became part of the Glasgow-based Goldbergs retail group, which ceased trading in 1991

Schuld
Schuld is a municipality in the district of Ahrweiler, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

Schuss
In alpine skiing, a schuss or schussboom is a straight downhill run at high speed, contrasting with a slalom, mogul, or ski jumping.Schuss was also the unofficial mascot of the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France, featuring a cartoon character wearing skis. Ever since then, every Olympic Games has had a mascot

Schuyler (given name)
Schuyler is a given name derived from a Dutch word meaning "scholar." In the United States it is used for both boys and girls, typically with the alternate phonetic spellings Skylar and Skyler.

Schwa
In linguistics, specifically phonetics and phonology, schwa can mean the following:*An unstressed and toneless neutral vowel sound in some languages, often but not necessarily a mid-central vowel

Schwager
Schwager is the surname of* Dietmar Schwager, a German footballer and manager* Jack D. Schwager, an American author and investment manager* Raymund Schwager, a Swiss Roman Catholic theologian

Schwall
Schwall is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Schwan
Schwan may refer to:*The Schwan Food Company*Gesine Schwan, German professor*Ivyann Schwan, American actress

Schwergewicht
Schwergewicht, oder Die Ehre der Nation is a burleske Operette with text and music by Ernst Krenek, his opus 55 and the third of his 1928 one-acters

Schwerin (disambiguation)
Schwerin is the capital city of the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.Schwerin may also refer to:* Prince-Bishopric of Schwerin, a former Roman Catholic diocese and a state of the Holy Roman Empire* Schwerin Castle, located in Schwerin

Sciatica
Sciatica is a set of symptoms including pain that may be caused by general compression or irritation of one of five spinal nerve roots that give rise to each sciatic nerve, or by compression or irritation of the left or right or both sciatic nerves. The pain is felt in the lower back, buttock, or various parts of the leg and foot

Science (disambiguation)
Science usually describes the effort to understand how the universe works through the scientific method, with observable evidence as the basis of that understanding; a way of understanding the world through thought and experimentation.Historically and also in common use, the word "science" is often used as a shorthand for natural science,

Science (ep)
Science was released in 1991 in the UK. It was Disco Inferno's second single.-Track listing:# "Waking Up"  – 5:58# "Glancing Away" - 5:15# "Fallen Down the Wire"  – 4:38# "No Edge, No End"  – 5:06

Science (magazine)
Science was a general science magazine published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science . It was intended to "bridge the distance between science and citizen", aimed at a technically literate audience who may not work professionally in the sciences

Science (UIL test)
Science is one of several academic events sanctioned by the University Interscholastic League. It is also a competition held by the Texas Math and Science Coaches Association, using the same rules as the UIL.

Scienter
Scienter is a legal term that refers to intent or knowledge of wrongdoing. This means that an offending party has knowledge of the "wrongness" of an act or event prior to committing it. For example, if a man sells a car to his friend with brakes that do not work, and he does not know about the problem, then the man has no scienter

Scientific Method (Star Trek: Voyager)
"Scientific Method" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the seventh episode of the fourth season. It has an average fan rating of 4.2/5 on the official Star Trek website as of September, 2009.

Scientist
A scientist in a broad sense is one engaging in a systematic activity to acquire knowledge. In a more restricted sense, a scientist is an individual who uses the scientific method. The person may be an expert in one or more areas of science. This article focuses on the more restricted use of the word

Scientometrics (journal)
Scientometrics is a peer reviewed journal in the field of scientometrics. It is currently published by Akadémiai Kiadó and Springer Science+Business Media and has appeared continuously since 1978.

Sciez
Sciez is a commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.-References:*

Scillonian
The RMV Scillonian was a passenger ferry built for the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company in 1925 by the Ailsa Shipbuilding Company Ltd of Troon, Scotland

Scimitar
A scimitar is a backsword or sabre with a curved blade, originating in Southwest Asia .The Arabic term saif translates to "sword" in general, but is normally taken to refer to the scimitar type of curved backsword in particular.The curved sword or "scimitar" was widespread throughout the Muslim world from at least the Ottoman period, with early

Scincomorpha
Scincomorpha is an infraorder of saurians.

Scintilla
Scintilla may refer to:*Scintilla , a fictional character in the Marvel Universe*Scintilla , an open-source code-editing component

Scintilla (comics)
Scintilla is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The character first appeared in X-Men #107-109 , and was created by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum. She was not named on-panel initially.

Scion
Scion may refer to:*In kinship, a descendant , a son or daughter*Scion , a detached shoot or twig containing buds from a woody plant which is grafted onto the stock

Scion (role-playing game)
Scion is a series of role-playing games published by White Wolf, Inc. The first core rule book, Scion: Hero. was released on April 13, 2007. The second volume, Scion: Demigod, was released on September 12, 2007, and the third, Scion: God, was released on January 23, 2008. The Scion Companion began release in sections March 2008, as a PDF direct download

Scipio (cognomen)
Scipio is a Roman cognomen representing the Cornelii Scipiones, a branch of the Cornelii family. Any individual male of the branch must be named Cornelius Scipio and a female Cornelia. The nomen, Cornelius, signifies that the person belongs to the Cornelia gens, a legally defined clan composed of many familiae

Scissors
Scissors are hand-operated cutting instruments. They consist of a pair of metal blades pivoted so that the sharpened edges slide against each other when the handles opposite to the pivot are closed. Scissors are used for cutting various thin materials, such as paper, cardboard, metal foil, thin plastic, cloth, rope, and wire. Scissors can also be used to cut hair and food

Scissors (film)
Scissors is a psychological thriller released in 1991. The film is directed by Frank de Felitta and stars Sharon Stone, Ronny Cox, and Steve Railsback.-Synopsis:

Scleroderma
Scleroderma is a chronic systemic autoimmune disease characterized by fibrosis , vascular alterations, and autoantibodies. There are two major forms:

Sclerosis
Sclerosis or sclerotization is a hardening of tissue and other anatomical features; it may refer to:* in medicine, Sclerosis

Scoliosis
Scoliosis is a medical condition in which a person's spine is curved from side to side. Although it is a complex three-dimensional deformity, on an X-ray, viewed from the rear, the spine of an individual with scoliosis may look more like an "S" or a "C" than a straight line

Scoliosis (journal)
Scoliosis is an open-access, peer-reviewed, online-only medical journal in the field of spinal deformaties. Topics covered include the prevention and treatment of spinal deformities, such as scoliosis .

Scomber
Scomber is a genus of ocean-dwelling mackerels in the family Scombridae.-Species:FishBase lists four species:* Blue mackerel, Scomber australasicus Cuvier, 1832.* Atlantic Chub Mackerel, Scomber colias Gmelin, 1789.

Scombroid
Scombroid food poisoning is a foodborne illness that results from eating spoiled fish. It is the second most common type of seafood poisoning, second only to ciguatera. However it is often missed because it resembles an allergic reaction

Scombroidei
Scombroidei is a suborder of the Perciformes, the largest order of fish. The suborder includes the barracuda, tuna, mackerel and swordfish.

Sconce
Sconce may refer to any of the following:* Sconce , a military fortification* Sconce * Sconcing, imposing a penalty in the form of drink* SCoNCe, , University of California, Irvine

Sconcerto
Sconcerto is an album by Italian singer Mina, issued in 2001.The album is an homage to the songs of Grammy Award-winning Italian singer, songwriter, and composer Domenico Modugno.

Scone
-Food:* Scone , a type of quick-bread, typically eaten with jam and cream.* Drop-scone, British word for a small pancake-People:*Barbara Young, Baroness Young of Old Scone , Labour member of the House of Lords

Scoop
-Related to journalism:* Scoop , a news story, particularly connotating a new or developing story with aspects of importance and excitement, normally an exclusive for the journalist involved

Scoop (dance project)
Scoop was one of the many Belgian dance projects by the end of the 1990s. Originally it was a solo project by producer Daniel Maze. After the first release “Wings Of Love” in 1998 Fiocco producer Jan Vervloet joined Scoop

Scoop (journalism magazine)
Scoop is a quarterly magazine published in Perth, Western Australia for current members of the Australian Journalists Association. It is the most recent journal/annual that the long lasting branch of the Western Australian District or Branch has produced.It is currently published by the Australian Journalists Association section in Western Australia of the Media, Entertainment

Scoop (term)
Scoop is an informal term used in journalism. The word connotes originality, importance, surprise or excitement, secrecy and exclusivity.Stories likely considered to be scoops are important news, likely to interest or concern many people. A scoop is typically a new story, or a new aspect to an existing or breaking news story

Scoop (Transformers)
Scoop is the name of several fictional character from the various Transformers universes.-Transformers: Generation 1:A gung-ho fighter who never gives up. Considered the best in the field. Uses cool headed logic and hardened battle tactics to outwit his enemies. Always ready to lend a helping shovel to his fellow Autobots, no matter how dangerous the situation

Scooped (album)
Scooped is a two CD compilation album including tracks from Pete Townshend's three albums Scoop, Another Scoop and Scoop 3. It was released 21 May 2002 in the US on the Redline label. A booklet is included that contains Townshend's commentary on the inspiration, ideas and instrumentation behind each song.-Disc 1:1. Recorders - 1:192. Pinball Wizard - 2:563

Scooter
-Vehicles:*Kick scooter, a two-wheeled non-motorized vehicle, primarily a child's play thing, designed to have the rider primarily in the standing position, propelled by a rider pushing off the ground

Scooter
-Vehicles:*Kick scooter, a two-wheeled non-motorized vehicle, primarily a child's play thing, designed to have the rider primarily in the standing position, propelled by a rider pushing off the ground

Scooter (Gobots)
Scooter is a fictional character in the Gobots toyline, and the subsequent Challenge of the GoBots cartoon where he was voiced by Frank Welker. The character transformed into a motor scooter.-Gobots: