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Seadog or sea dog may refer to:*A slang term for a Seaman.*A slang term for a dog at sea.*A member of the Portland Sea Dogs baseball team.*A member of the Saint John Sea Dogs hockey team.

Seafood is any form of marine life regarded as food by humans. Seafoods include fish, molluscs , crustaceans , echinoderms . Edible sea plants, such as some seaweeds and microalgae, are also seafood, and are widely eaten around the world, especially in Asia

Seal (contract law)
In the law, a seal affixed to a contract or other legal instrument has had special legal significance at various times in the jurisdictions that recognise it

-See also:*Seal *Sealing

Sealing wax
Sealing wax is a wax material of a seal which, after melting, quickly hardens forming a bond that is difficult to separate without noticeable tampering. Wax is used to verify something such as a document is unopened, to verify the sender's identity, for example with a signet ring, and as decoration

Seals may refer to:In military:* United States Navy SEALs, the U.S. Navy's principal special operations force* Royal Thai Navy SEALs, part of the Royal Thai NavyIn sport:* Florida Seals, a minor league ice hockey team from 2002 and 2007

Seam may refer to:* Seam , the line where two or more layers of fabric are held together by stitches* Seam , a stratum of coal or mineral that is economically viable; a bed or a distinct layer of vein of rock in other layers of rock

Seam (band)
Seam was an American indie rock band active from 1991 to 1999, led by Sooyoung Park, former frontman of Bitch Magnet. Park currently plays in Ee

Seam (metallurgy)
Hemming and seaming are two similar metalworking processes in which a sheet metal edge is rolled over onto itself. A hem is when the edge is rolled flush to itself, while a seam joins the edges of two materials.

Seamanship is the art of operating a ship or boat.It involves a knowledge of a variety of topics and development of specialised skills including: navigation and international maritime law; weather, meteorology and forecasting; watchstanding; ship-handling and small boat handling; operation of deck equipment, anchors and cables; ropework and line handling; communications; sailing;

Seamless means not to have a seam and may refer to:* Seamless robe of Jesus** Seamless garment, an abortion-related phrase referenced to the above*** Seamless Garment Network, a pro-life organization founded in 1987Technology

Séamus , is a male first name of Celtic origin. It is the Gaelic equivalent of the name James. The name James is the English New Testament variant for the Hebrew name Jacob

Seamus (song)
"Seamus" is the fifth song on Pink Floyd's 1971 album Meddle, and uses a blues chord progression. Years later, the song appeared in the film version of Tom Stoppard's play Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

In the fictional world of Robert Jordan's fantasy series The Wheel of Time, Seanchan is the name of a continent, the empire that occupies it, and the people that live in the empire

Sear may refer to:* Sear , part of the trigger mechanism on a firearm* Seir , a Prince of Hell; also spelled Sear* Searing, a cooking technique which quickly cooks the exterior of a food item

Search (band)
Search is a rock band in Malaysia.It was founded in 1981 by Yazit , Hillary Ang , Nasir , and Zainal . The group went through many line-up changes in its career, but the songs and music remained strong and unique among Malaysian and Singaporean fans

Search (TV series)
Search is an American science fiction series that aired on Wednesday nights on NBC at 10 pm ET, from September 1972 to August 1973. It ran for 23 episodes, not including the two-hour pilot film originally titled Probe. When picked up for series production, the title had to be changed because Probe was the name of an existing PBS series

Search engine
A search engine is an information retrieval system designed to help find information stored on a computer system. The search results are usually presented in a list and are commonly called hits. Search engines help to minimize the time required to find information and the amount of information which must be consulted, akin to other techniques for managing information overload

Search engine (disambiguation)
A search engine is a term commonly used to refer to a web search engine.Search engine may also refer to:*Search engine , an information retrieval system designed to help find information stored on a computer system

Search Engine (radio show)
Search Engine was a weekly Canadian radio show that aired on CBC Radio One, then a dedicated podcast available on, and now a podcast on TVOntario's website, It is hosted by Jesse Brown, who also co-produces the show with Geoff Siskind and Andrew Parker. Cory Doctorow, novelist and editor of Boing Boing, is also a regular contributor

Searcher or Searchers may refer to:* HMS Searcher, a list of ships** HMS Searcher , a British escort carrier* USS Searcher , a United States radar picket ship* IAI Searcher, a type of unmanned aerial vehicle

Searching or search may refer to:* Search engine technology, software for finding information** Web search engine, a service for finding information on the World Wide Web

Searching (horse)
Searching was a racehorse. The filly was born in 1952 at Claiborne Farm near Paris, Kentucky where the Wheatley Stable bred and raised its horses. After the Second World War, Gladys's son Ogden Phipps purchased a number of horses from the estate of Colonel Edward R. Bradley and his Idle Hour Stock Farm

Searching (song)
"Searching" is the third and final single by Pete Rock & CL Smooth from their album, The Main Ingredient. This is a downtempo and mellow song about relationships, with singer Vinia Mojica performing the chorus. Released just prior to the breakup of the group, the song received very little promotion. It was remixed and re-released at the beginning of 1996

A searchlight is an apparatus that combines a bright light source with some form of curved reflector or other optics to project a powerful beam of light of approximately parallel rays in a particular direction, usually constructed so that it can be swiveled about.-Military use:The Royal Navy used searchlights in 1882 to prevent Egyptian forces from manning

Searchlight (album)
Searchlight is a 1989 album, the sixth by Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig.-Track listing:# "News from Heaven" - 3:36# "Every River" - 4:46# "City of Lights" - 4:25# "Èirinn" - 4:55# "Tìr a' Mhurain" - 3:54

Seas may mean:*The plural of "sea"*Shipboard Environmental Acquisition System: a program developed by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide accurate meteorological and oceanographic data in real time from ships at sea through the use of satellite data transmission techniques.* Seas - a type of wind wave that develops over time.*Synthetic Environment

Seascapes is a weekly 30-minute Irish radio programme covering maritime matters broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 on Fridays at 22.30 and presented until recently by the award-winning presenter Tom MacSweeney

-Landform:* Coast* Intertidal zone, between high and low water lines* National seashore, a special designation in the United States* Shore-Other:* Seashore , an open source image editor, based on GIMP written in Cocoa for Mac OS X

Seasick may refer to:* Seasickness, a form of motion sickness characterized by a feeling of nausea and, in extreme cases, vertigo experienced after spending time on a craft on water* Seasick , the first album by indie rock band Imperial Teen

Seasick (album)
Seasick is the first album by indie rock band Imperial Teen, and was released in the U.S. on May 7, 1996 from Slash Records.-Track listing:#"Imperial Teen" - 4:56#"Water Boy" - 1:37#"Butch" - 4:28#"Pig Latin" - 3:04#"Blaming the Baby" - 2:15

-Places:* Seaside, California* Seaside, Florida* Seaside, Oregon* A mostly undeveloped coastal area in Perth and Kinross called Seaside* Seaside, Queens, a section of Rockaway Beach in New York City* Seaside Heights, New Jersey

Seaside (The Ordinary Boys song)
"Seaside" is a 2004 single by The Ordinary Boys which appeared on the band's first album Over the Counter Culture.-Track listing:#"Seaside "#"Loves Coming Down"#"All The Things She Said"

A season is a division of the year, marked by changes in weather, ecology, and hours of daylight.Seasons result from the yearly revolution of the Earth around the Sun and the tilt of the Earth's axis relative to the plane of revolution

Season (film)
Season is a 1989 Indian Malayalam film written and directed by Padmarajan. The film, though was not failure at the box office, stands apart because of Padmarajan's story-telling style, realistic portrayal of drug trade in Kovalam and flawless performance of Mohanlal and is considered now as a cult classic

Season creep
In phenology, season creep is a neologism that refers to observed changes in the timing of the seasons,especially earlier indications of spring widely observed in temperate areas across the Northern Hemisphere.

Season Finale (album)

Season ticket
A season ticket is a ticket that grants privileges over a defined period of time.-Sport:In sport, a season ticket grants the holder access to all regular-season home games for one season without additional charges. The ticket usually offers a discounted price over purchasing a ticket for each of the home games for a season individually

Season's Greetings (disambiguation)
"Season's greetings" is a spoken or written greeting commonly used before or during the Christmas holiday.Season's Greetings may also refer to:* Season's Greetings , a 1980 play by Alan Ayckbourn* Season's Greetings , a 2011 film

Seasoning is the process of imparting flavor to, or improving the flavor of, food.- General meaning :Seasonings include herbs and spices, which are themselves frequently referred to as "seasonings"

Seasoning (slave)
Seasoning was a process conducted during the Atlantic slave trade for the purpose of "breaking" slaves.-History:The practice conditioned the African captives for their new lot in life; newly arrived African captives would have to be trained into the daily rigors that await them in the Americas

A seat is place to sit, often referring to the area one sits upon as opposed to other elements like armrests.- Types of seat :The following are examples of different kinds of seat:* Airline seat, for passengers in an aircraft

SEAT, S.A. is a Spanish automobile manufacturer founded on May 9, 1950 by the Instituto Nacional de Industria , a state-owned industrial holding company.

Seat (legal entity)
In strict legal language, the term seat defines the seat of a corporation or organisation as a legal entity, indicating where the headquarters of this entity are located

Seat (territorial-administrative unit)
Seats were territorial-administrative units in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary. The seats were autonomous regions within the Kingdom, and were independent from the feudal county system

Seattle (disambiguation)
Seattle is a city in the United States that is the major city for the Seattle metropolitan area.Seattle may also refer to:* "Seattle" * "Seattle", a 1987 single by Public Image Limited from their album Happy?

Seattle (song)
"Seattle" is a song written by Hugo Montenegro, Jack Keller and Ernie Sheldon. It was used as the theme for the 1968-70 ABC-TV U.S. television show Here Come the Brides. Late in the show's first season, singer Perry Como recorded a version of the song, which became a Top 40 hit for him on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts during the spring of 1969

Seaway is a Canadian drama series that aired on CBC from 1965 to 1966. The series was a Seaway Films production in collaboration with the UK's ATV, with production money provided by the CBC

Seaweed (band)
Seaweed is a band from Tacoma, Washington who were active throughout the 1990s. Their style of music is a combination of punk rock and grunge, mostly due to its 'dirty' sound.-History:

Seaweed (band)
Seaweed is a band from Tacoma, Washington who were active throughout the 1990s. Their style of music is a combination of punk rock and grunge, mostly due to its 'dirty' sound.-History:

Seaweed (band)
Seaweed is a band from Tacoma, Washington who were active throughout the 1990s. Their style of music is a combination of punk rock and grunge, mostly due to its 'dirty' sound.-History:

Seaweed (disambiguation)
Seaweed is a generic name for various types of underwater algae. The term may also refer to:*Seaweed , an American rock band*Seaweed , a rock musician

Sebastian Ahrenberg, better known as Seba is a drum and bass producer and DJ hailing originally from Ingarö, an island just outside of Stockholm, Sweden. Seba is also the owner of Secret Operations, a drum and bass record label.-Musical career:

Sebaceous gland
The sebaceous glands are microscopic glands in the skin that secrete an oily/waxy matter, called sebum, to lubricate and waterproof the skin and hair of mammals

Sebacic acid
Sebacic acid is a dicarboxylic acid with structure 8, and is naturally occurring.In its pure state it is a white flake or powdered crystal

Sebastian (1968 film)
Sebastian is a 1968 British film directed by David Greene, produced by Michael Powell, Herbert Brodkin and Gerry Fisher, and distributed by Paramount Pictures

Sebastian (album)
Sebastian is the 2006 debut album from Swedish pop/rock singer Sebastian Karlsson, led by the first single and four weeks #1 hit "Do What You're Told". The album was released on March 1, debuting at #1 in Sweden, and not falling until a few weeks thereafter

Sebastian (Durrell novel)
Sebastian, published in 1983 and sub-titled Ruling Passions, is the fourth volume in The Avignon Quintet series by British author Lawrence Durrell

Sebastian (name)
Sebastian is a masculine given name. It comes from the Latin name Sebastianus meaning 'from Sebaste'. Sebaste is the name of a town in Asia Minor , derived from the Greek word σεβαστός , "venerable", which comes from σέβας , "awe, reverence, dread", in turn from the verb σέβομαι , "feel awe, scruple, be ashamed"

Sebastian (rapper)
Garland Mosley , commonly known by his stage name Sebastian, is an American rapper and songwriter

Sebe is the name of the second former capital of the German colony of German Togoland, from 1887, when it replaced Bagid, till 1897, when it was replaced by the present capital, Lomé.-Source:*

The Southern Extreme Bull Riding Association was established in 1994 in Archdale, North Carolina. According to Humps N Horns magazine it is one of the oldest continuously operated bull riding associations in existence. SEBRA, although little known outside of the bull riding world; is a solid organization