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Scrivener (software)
Scrivener is a word-processing program designed for writers. Scrivener provides a management system for documents, notes and metadata. This allows the user to keep track of notes, concepts, research and whole documents for reference

Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis refers to a lymphadenitis of the cervical lymph nodes associated with tuberculosis. It was previously known as "scrofula".-The disease:

A scroll is a roll of parchment, papyrus, or paper, which has been drawn or written upon.Scroll may also refer to:*Scroll , the decoratively curved end of the pegbox of string instruments such as violins

Scrooge is a common English term for a miserly person.It may refer to:*Ebenezer Scrooge, the name of the selfish and miserly protagonist of Charles Dickens' 1843 novel A Christmas Carol .

Scrooge is a common English term for a miserly person.It may refer to:*Ebenezer Scrooge, the name of the selfish and miserly protagonist of Charles Dickens' 1843 novel A Christmas Carol .

In some male mammals the scrotum is a dual-chambered protuberance of skin and muscle containing the testicles and divided by a septum. It is an extension of the perineum, and is located between the penis and anus. In humans and some other mammals, the base of the scrotum becomes covered with curly pubic hairs at puberty

Scrub or Scrubber may refer to:* Scrub, low shrub and grass characteristic of scrubland* Scrubs , worn by medical staff* Scrubs , an American television program

Scrubber systems are a diverse group of air pollution control devices that can be used to remove some particulates and/or gases from industrial exhaust streams. Traditionally, the term "scrubber" has referred to pollution control devices that use liquid to wash unwanted pollutants from a gas stream

Scruff may refer to:* Mr. Scruff , British DJ and artist* Scruff , a loose, non-sensitive area of skin by which a mother can carry her young* Scruff Connors , Canadian radio broadcaster

Scruffy may refer to:*Neats vs. scruffies, in the field of artificial intelligence, a school of thought that prefers empiricism to formalism

Scrum can refer to:* Scrum , a rugby restart after an interruption* Media scrum , similar to a rugby scrum, occurs when public figures, such as politicians, are surrounded by a group of journalists and are asked questions in an impromptu or loosely organized manner* Scrum , an agile software development method for project management* Autozam

Scrum (rugby union)
In rugby union a scrum is a means of restarting play after a minor infringement. It involves up to eight players from each team, known as the pack or forward pack, binding together in three rows and interlocking with the free opposing teams forwards. At this point the ball is fed into the gap between the two forward packs and they both compete for the ball to win possession

Scrumpy is a term often used for strong ciders made in West Country of England. The term is especially used to distinguish those made locally in smaller quantities and using traditional methods from mass produced branded ciders.

A scrunchie is a fabric-covered elastic hair tie, commonly used to fasten long hair. Large, elaborate styles and diminutive, unassuming forms are available in many different colors, fabrics, and designs.

Scruples (game)
Scruples , is a board game based on ethical dilemmas. Players are given five yellow cards with a moral dilemma such as "You accidentally damage a car in a parking lot. Do you leave a note with your name and phone number?" The player also has one red card, with either YES, NO, or DEPENDS written on it

Scruples (novel)
Scruples is a 1978 novel by Judith Krantz. A direct sequel, Scruples Two, was published in 1992.The novel details the life story of protagonist Wilhelmina Hunnewell Winthrop , as she evolves from the overweight "poor relation" in an aristocratic Boston Brahmin family to become a thin, stylish woman who is left a vast fortune by the death of her much older first


Small Computer System Interface is a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring data between computers and peripheral devices. The SCSI standards define commands, protocols, and electrical and optical interfaces. SCSI is most commonly used for hard disks and tape drives, but it can connect a wide range of other devices, including scanners and CD drives

Scuba is an acronym for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus. It may also refer to:* Scuba diving, the use of a self-contained breathing set to stay underwater for periods of time* Scuba set, the equipment used to do scuba diving

Scuba diving
Scuba diving is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a scuba set to breathe underwater.

Scud is a series of tactical ballistic missiles developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War, and exported widely to other countries. The term comes from the NATO reporting name SS-1 Scud which was attached to the missile by Western intelligence agencies

Scud (cloud)
Scud clouds, a type of fractus cloud, are low, detached, irregular clouds found beneath nimbostratus or cumulonimbus clouds. These clouds are often ragged or wispy in appearance. When caught in the outflow beneath a thunderstorm, scud clouds will often move faster than the storm clouds themselves

Scullery may refer to:*Dishwashing*Scullery * Scullery maid

Scullion may refer to:* Scullion, male counterpart to Scullery maid, servant who performed menial kitchen jobs in large households during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance*Scullion , an Irish folk rock band

Scullion (group)
Scullion is an Irish folk rock band that came into being in the mid 1970s. They were quite popular in Ireland, and released several LPs, but only two CDs have been released to date - the compilation Ghosts And Heroes on the Kitten label in 1992 and another compilation Eyelids into Snow - A Collection in 2001

Scum may refer to:* A layer of impurities that accumulates at the surface of a liquid * A greenish water vegetation , usually found floating on the surface of ponds

Scum (song)
"Scum" is a song by Meat Puppets, released as the first promotional single from the No Joke! record. It only holds the title song.-Track listing:# "Scum"

Scumble may refer to:* A glaze painting technique* Scumble, an alcoholic beverage from the Discworld fictional universe*Scumble, a novel by Ingrid Law

A scupper is an opening in the side walls of an open-air structure, for purposes of draining water. They are usually placed at or near ground level, and allow rain or liquids to flow off the side of the open-air structure, instead of pooling within the walls.There are two main kinds of scupper:# Ships have scuppers at deck level, to allow for ocean or rainwater drainoff# Buildings

Scuppers The Sailor Dog is a children's book written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Garth Williams. It was originally published in 1953 by Golden Books. The 2001 edition lacks four pages of color illustrations and text found in the original 1953 edition

Scurvy is a disease resulting from a deficiency of vitamin C, which is required for the synthesis of collagen in humans. The chemical name for vitamin C, ascorbic acid, is derived from the Latin name of scurvy, scorbutus, which also provides the adjective scorbutic

Scuttle may refer to:*Scuttling, the deliberate sinking of one's own ship*Coal scuttle, a bucket-like container for coal*Shaving scuttle, a teapot-like container for hot water*Scuttle, a fictional character in Disney's The Little Mermaid

Scuttlebutt in slang usage means rumor or gossip, deriving from the nautical term for the cask used to serve water . Retrieved 2008-03-16

Scuzz (comics)
Dennis "Scuzz" Cuzinski is a fictional paranormal in the Marvel Comics imprint New Universe. He first appears in D.P.7 #1.-Pre-White Event:

Scye is a commune in the Haute-Saône department in the region of Franche-Comté in eastern France.-References:*

In Greek mythology, Scylla was a monster that lived on one side of a narrow channel of water, opposite its counterpart Charybdis. The two sides of the strait were within an arrow's range of each other—so close that sailors attempting to avoid Charybdis would pass too close to Scylla and vice versa.Scylla was a horrible sea monster with four eyes, six long necks equipped with grisly

Scyphozoa is a class within the phylum Cnidaria, sometimes referred to as the "true jellyfish".The class name Scyphozoa comes from the Greek word skyphos , denoting a kind of drinking cup and alluding to the cup shape of the organism.

A scythe is an agricultural hand tool for mowing grass, or reaping crops. It was largely replaced by horse-drawn and then tractor machinery, but is still used in some areas of Europe and Asia. The Grim Reaper is often depicted carrying or wielding a scythe

Scythes was tyrant or ruler of Zancle in Sicily. He was appointed to that post in about 494 BC by Hippocrates of Gela.The Zanclaeans had contacted Ionian leaders to invite colonists to join them in founding a new city on the Kale Acte , or north shore of Sicily

SD may refer to:* Salvia Divinorum* Southern Cross Decoration , a South African military award* Stage directions* Sisters of the Destitute, a Syro-Malabar Catholic women's order* Spasmodic dysphonia

Se may stand for:* Selenium, a chemical element* Se , a Japanese kana* Se , a Japanese unit of area* Northern Sami language ISO 639-1 code* Se , a traditional Chinese musical instrumentGeography

Se (text editor)
se is also known as the Georgia Tech Screen Editor.According to the README file in its sources, Se started out as the version of 'ed' that came with the book 'Software Tools', by Kernighan and Plauger, which was written in Ratfor.

SEA may refer to:*Sea, a large body of water*Sea , an advertising campaign in 2007 to promote SmirnoffIn organizations and businesses:*Scientists and Engineers for America, a pro-science political advocacy group

A sea generally refers to a large body of salt water, but the term is used in other contexts as well. Most commonly, it means a large expanse of saline water connected with an ocean, and is commonly used as a synonym for ocean

Sea (Smirnoff)
Sea is an advertising campaign launched by Diageo in 2007 to promote Smirnoff brand vodka. It centres around a 60-second commercial created by JWT, which premiered on 17 August 2007 in showings of The Bourne Ultimatum at selected cinemas across the United Kingdom

Sea Change
Sea Change is the eighth studio album by American alternative rock artist Beck, released on September 24, 2002. Recorded over a two month period at Ocean Way Studios in Los Angeles with producer Nigel Godrich, the record includes themes of heartbreak and desolation, solitude and loneliness

Sea change
Sea change or seachange may refer to:* Sea change , an idiom for broad transformation drawn from a phrase in Shakespeare's The Tempest-Literature:

Sea Change (Armstrong novel)
Sea Change is a children's novel by Richard Armstrong. A contemporary seafaring adventure set on a cargo ship, it was the winner of the Carnegie Medal for 1948.- Plot introduction :

Sea Change (crime novel)
Sea Change is a crime novel by Robert B. Parker, the fifth in his Jesse Stone series.-Plot summary:In his grittiest investigation to date, Jesse Stone hunts for the killer of a woman whose body washes up on shore. The woman turns out to be Florence “Flo” Horvath, of Miami, Florida. She was pushed off a boat, then run over; knocking her unconscious and causing her to drown

Sea Change (Powlik novel)
Sea Change is a novel by oceanographer James Powlik published in 1999. It is an environmental thriller about a harmful algal bloom.

Sea Legs (song)
"Sea Legs" is a song by American indie rock band The Shins, and is the fifth track on their third album Wincing the Night Away. The song was also released as the fourth single from that album in the United Kingdom on December 2, 2007 as a digital download. The 7" was limited to only 500 copies and came signed by the band

Sea level
Mean sea level is a measure of the average height of the ocean's surface ; used as a standard in reckoning land elevation

Sea level (disambiguation)
Sea level can refer to:*Sea level, average height of the ocean*Sea Level , 1970s musical group*Sea Level, North Carolina*Standard sea level, a set of conditions for physical calculations

Sea Lion
Sea lions are pinnipeds characterized by external ear-flaps, long fore-flippers, the ability to walk on all fours, and short thick hair. Together with the fur seal, they comprise the family Otariidae, or eared seals. There are six extant and one extinct species in five genera

Sea Lion (album)
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Sea serpent
A sea serpent or sea dragon is a type of sea monster either wholly or partly serpentine.Sightings of sea serpents have been reported for hundreds of years, and continue to be claimed today. Cryptozoologist Bruce Champagne identified more than 1,200 purported sea serpent sightings

Sea Serpent (roller coaster)
The Sea Serpent is a steel roller coaster located at Morey's Piers in Wildwood, New Jersey. It is a boomerang roller coaster built by Vekoma.Opened in 1984, the Sea Serpent was the first boomerang-style coaster built in the United States and is located on the Mariner's Landing pier.The Sea Serpant goes forwards and backwards. It goes through loops

Sea Star (tanker)
Sea Star was a supertanker that spilled some 115,000 tons of crude oil into the Gulf of Oman on December 19, 1972, after colliding with the Brazilian tanker Horta Barbosa. After the collision both vessels caught fire and were abandoned by their crews

Sea Wolf (arcade game)
Sea Wolf is an arcade game by Midway, originally released in 1976. It was a video game update of an earlier coin-operated electro-mechanical Midway game, Sea Devil, itself based on Sega's 1966 coin-op electro-mechanical arcade submarine simulator Periscope

Sea Wolf (band)
Sea Wolf is a band led by Alex Brown Church, an indie folk musician based in Los Angeles, California. Church attended film school at NYU and was a founding member of a group called Irving in 1998

The seabed is the bottom of the ocean.- Ocean structure :Most of the oceans have a common structure, created by common physical phenomena, mainly from tectonic movement, and sediment from various sources

Seabird (band)
Seabird is a Christian alternative rock band from Independence, Kentucky. The band formed when Aaron Morgan, Micah Landers, and Aaron Hunt began playing songs with each other in 2004. The band soon added accordion player David Smith. After playing together for a little under a year both Landers and Smith left to pursue other interests

Seaboard is a synonym for coast.Seaboard can also refer to:* Seaboard, North Carolina* Seaboard Corporation, an international agribusiness company

Seachange (horse)
Seachange is a top New Zealand thoroughbred racehorse. She won a record seven Group I races in New Zealand. Her regular rider in New Zealand was Gavin McKeon.