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Sec
Seč is name of several locations in central Europe:* Seč, a city in Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic** Seč dam next to the Seč village* Seč, a village in the Trenčín Region of Slovakia

Secant
Secant is a term in mathematics. It comes from the Latin secare . It can refer to:* a secant line, in geometry* the secant variety, in algebraic geometry

Secco
Secco is a surname of Italian origin, which means dry. It may refer to:*Alessio Secco , Italian professional football manager*Deborah Secco , Brazilian actress*Louis Secco , Canadian Olympic ice hockey player

Secession
Secession is the act of withdrawing from an organization, union, or especially a political entity. Threats of secession also can be a strategy for achieving more limited goals.-Secession theory:

Seclusion
The act of secluding, i.e. shutting out or keeping apart from society, or the state of being secluded, or a place that facilitates it . A person, a couple, or a larger group may go to a secluded place for privacy, or because the place is quiet

Seclusion (Penumbra album)
Seclusion is the third album by the French band Penumbra.- Track listing :# "Tragical Memories" # "Cursed Destiny" # "Seclusion" # "The Prophetess" # "Hope" # "Crimson Tail" # "Conception"

Seco
Seco may refer to:* Seco, Kentucky, a small town in the United States* Seco Herrerano, the national alcoholic beverage of Panamá* Seco Rail, a French railway company* Figueira Seco, a village on Maio in the Republic of Cape Verde

Second (Baroness album)
Second is the second official recording by the metal band Baroness . It was recorded in one session, with the exception of the vocals. The art work was done by Baroness singer John Baizley .-Track listing:All songs written by Baroness

Second baseman
Second base, or 2B, is the second of four stations on a baseball diamond which must be touched in succession by a base runner in order to score a run for that player's team. A second baseman is the baseball player guarding second base

Second Coming (LDS Church)
Like many other Christian adherents, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believe that there will be a Second Coming of Jesus Christ to the earth sometime in the future

Second Fiddle
Second Fiddle is a term that refers to something that plays a secondary role in support of something that plays a more major or leading role.Second Fiddle may also refer to:* Second Fiddle * Second Fiddle

Second Hand
Second Hand is the title of an album by Mark Heard, released in 1991, on Heard's own Fingerprint Records. The album was listed at #4 in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music .

Second hand (disambiguation)
A second hand good is one that is being purchased by or otherwise transferred to a second or later end user.Second hand may also refer to:* One of the hands on a clock face* Second Hand, a 1991 album by Mark Heard

Second Lieutenant
Second lieutenant is a junior commissioned officer military rank in many armed forces.- United Kingdom and Commonwealth :The rank second lieutenant was introduced throughout the British Army in 1871 to replace the rank of ensign , although it had long been used in the Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, Fusilier and Rifle regiments

Second Nature
Second Nature may refer to:*Second Nature *Second Nature *"Second Nature" *"Second Nature" *Second Nature , a short film by Colin Blackshear

Second Nature (album)
Second Nature is the fifth album by Industrial band The Young Gods.-Tracklisting:# "Lucidogen" - 4:10# "Supersonic" - 4:19# "Laisser Couler " - 5:42# "Astronomic" - 5:45# "Attends" - 4:01# "In The Otherland" - 7:34# "Stick Around" - 2:53

Second Nature (Electronic song)
"Second Nature" is a song by Electronic, released as the group's seventh single. It has an autobiographical lyric by Sumner which concerns his youth and growing up, while the music has a groovy shuffle which contrasts with the stricter dance tracks on its parent album Raise the Pressure

Second person
Second person can refer to the following:* A grammatical person, you, your and yours in the English language* Second-person narrative, a perspective in storytelling* Second Person , a trip-hop band from London

Second Person (band)
Second Person were a British band that existed for 10 years between 2001 and 2011 and mixed influences from trip hop, jazz, hip hop and electronica to form Post Trip Hop .

Second sound
Second sound is a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which heat transfer occurs by wave-like motion, rather than by the more usual mechanism of diffusion. Heat takes the place of pressure in normal sound waves. This leads to a very high thermal conductivity

Second Thoughts
- Film and television :* Second Thoughts , a British film directed by Albert Parker* Second Thoughts , a 1983 film starring Lucie Arnaz* Second Thoughts , British television situation comedy

Second Thoughts (book)
Second Thoughts is a novel written by Shobhaa De.Second Thoughts is a love story about Maya, a pretty girl who is eager to escape her dull, middle-class home in Calcutta for the glamour of Mumbai, where she moves after marriage to Ranjan, a handsome, ambitious man who has an American university degree and a wealthy family background.Maya is determined to be the ideal wife, but

Second-in-command
The Second-in-Command is the deputy commander of any British Army or Royal Marines unit, from battalion or regiment downwards. He or she is thus the equivalent of an Executive Officer in the United States Army

Second-rate
In the British Royal Navy, a second rate was a ship of the line which by the start of the 18th century mounted 90 to 98 guns on three gun decks; earlier 17th century second rates had fewer guns and were originally two-deckers or had only partially armed third gun decks. The term in no way implied that they were of inferior quality

Secondary
Secondary is an adjective meaning "second" or "second hand". It may refer to:* The group of defensive backs in American football and Canadian football* An obsolete name for the Mesozoic in geosciences

Secondary modern school
A secondary modern school is a type of secondary school that existed in most of the United Kingdom from 1944 until the early 1970s, under the Tripartite System, and was designed for the majority of pupils - those who do not achieve scores in the top 25% of the eleven plus examination

Secondary research
Secondary research involves the summary, collation and/or synthesis of existing research rather than primary research, where data is collected from, for example, research subjects or experiments.

Secondary school
Secondary school is a term used to describe an educational institution where the final stage of schooling, known as secondary education and usually compulsory up to a specified age, takes place

Secondo
Secondo is a term of Italian origin used in the German speaking areas of Switzerland to denote the first-generation offspring of immigrants.

Seconds (album)
Seconds is a release by rock band The Dogs D'Amour. The album was available as part of a limited edition "Dogs Dinner" boxet in 2000, that was sold as part of the fanclub in conjunction with the independent release of "Happy Ever After".-Track listing:

Secourt
Secourt is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in north-eastern France.

Secrecy
Secrecy is the practice of hiding information from certain individuals or groups, perhaps while sharing it with other individuals

Secrecy (film)
Secrecy is a 2008 documentary film directed by Harvard University professors Peter Galison and Robb Moss. According to its website, it "is a film about the vast, invisible world of government secrecy," and features interviews with a variety of people on all sides of the secrecy issue, including Steven Aftergood , Tom Blanton Secrecy is a 2008 documentary film directed by Harvard University professors Peter Galison and Robb Moss. According to its website, it "is a film about the vast, invisible world of government secrecy," and features interviews with a variety of people on all sides of the secrecy issue, including Steven Aftergood (of Federation of American Scientists), Tom Blanton Secrecy is a 2008 documentary film directed by Harvard University professors Peter Galison and Robb Moss. According to its website, it "is a film about the vast, invisible world of government secrecy," and features interviews with a variety of people on all sides of the secrecy issue, including Steven Aftergood (of Federation of American Scientists), Tom Blanton (of the National

Secrecy (sociology)
The sociological aspects of secrecy were first studied by Dr. Georg Simmel. Simmel describes secrecy as the ability or habit of keeping secrets. He defines the secret as the ultimate sociological form for the regulation of the flow and distribution of information

Secret (2007 film)
Secret , is a 2007 Taiwanese romance film. It is the directorial debut feature film of Taiwanese musician Jay Chou, who also stars as the male lead and co-wrote the movie.The Secret Original Soundtrack was released by JVR Music on 13 August 2007.

Secret (Ayumi Hamasaki album)
Secret is the eighth studio album by Japanese pop singer-songwriter Ayumi Hamasaki, released by Avex Trax on November 29, 2006 in Japan. Hamasaki herself wrote all of the album's lyrics

Secret (band)
Secret is a widely known Soviet and then Russian rock and roll band founded in 1982. Largely modeled after the Beatles, and styling themselves as a "Beat Quartet", Secret were prominent on the fledgling 1980s Soviet rock scene.

Secret (chocolate bar)
Secret was a chocolate bar that was manufactured by Nestlé during the 1980s and the 1990s that was popular in the UK. It consisted of a bird's nest-styled chocolate coating with a creamy mousse centre similar to the filling of a Walnut Whip. It was packaged in a gold-coloured wrapper with the product's name printed on it in purple and white

Secret (Maki Goto song)
is Maki Goto's 17th single. It was released on 2007-04-11 in both regular and first press editions. The Single V DVD was released two weeks later, on 2007-04-25 with the catalog number PKBP-5071.

Secret (OMD song)
"Secret" is a single by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark released as a single from their 1985 album Crush. It was their second hit in the US, cracking the top 75 peaking at #63

Secret admirer
A secret admirer is an individual who feels adoration, fondness or love for another person without disclosing their identity to that person. The admirer may often send gifts or love letters to their crush. A secret admirer is usually benign

Secret police
Secret police are a police agency which operates in secrecy and beyond the law to protect the political power of an individual dictator or an authoritarian political regime.

Secretagogue
A secretagogue is a substance that causes another substance to be secreted. One example is gastrin,, which stimulates the H/K ATPase in the parietal cells

Secretariat
Secretariat may refer to:* Secretariat , racehorse that won the Triple Crown in 1973* Secretariat , 2010 film about the racehorse

Secretary
A secretary, or administrative assistant, is a person whose work consists of supporting management, including executives, using a variety of project management, communication & organizational skills. These functions may be entirely carried out to assist one other employee or may be for the benefit of more than one

Secretary (club)
Secretary is a title commonly held by a member of an organization, club, or society. Common duties of the Secretary include taking minutes, notifying members of meetings, contacting various persons in relation to the society, administrating the day to day activities of the organization and creating the order of business.The secretary of the club is also considered to be, in most cases,

Secretary of State (Rural)
The Minister of State - Agriculture is a minister in the Canadian Cabinet responsible for National Revenue. The Minister of State - Agriculture reports to the Minister of Agriculture.

Secretary of State (Science, Research and Development)
The Secretary of State for Science, Research and Development is a former federal government position in Canada. It was not a full cabinet portfolio, but was instead affiliated with Industry Canada, overseen by the Minister of Industry

Secretary of State (Sport)
The Secretary of State is a Canadian Minister of State who is responsible for overseeing Sport Canada.The specific name of the ministerial designation has changed many times since the position was introduced in 1961. The title "Secretary of State " was introduced in January 2007, when Guergis was appointed to the position.-Ministers:

Secretary of State (Western Economic Diversification)
The Secretary of State for Western Economic Diversification is a former federal government position in Canada, introduced by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien in 1996

Secretion
Secretion is the process of elaborating, releasing, and oozing chemicals, or a secreted chemical substance from a cell or gland. In contrast to excretion, the substance may have a certain function, rather than being a waste product

Secretly
The best-known recording of the song was done by Jimmie Rodgers, charting in 1958, reaching number three on the U.S. pop chart and number five on the country chart.

Secrets
Secrets may refer to:*Secrecy, the quality or condition of being secret or hidden- Literature :*Secrets , a 1985 novel by Danielle Steel*Secrets , a 2002 novel by Jacqueline Wilson

Secrets (Allison Crowe album)
Secrets, released in 2004 , is the second studio album released by Allison Crowe and her first full-length CD. Following the dissolution of her trio, Crowe recorded this solo, singer-songwriter, collection in Nanaimo, British Columbia

Secrets (Grinspoon song)
"Secrets" is the third single by Grinspoon which was released from the their second studio album Easy. The song is played in dropped B Tuning and is counted by fans as their best song from the "Easy" album. The video shows Phil Jamieson, who suffered a breakup, planning to rob a pawn shop

Secrets (Nicki French album)
Secrets is the debut album from British singer & dancer, Nicki French, released on June 20, 1995 in the U.S. The album is very dance-enthused and features two cover songs: "Total Eclipse of the Heart" & "For All We Know" .-Track listing:# "Total Eclipse of the Heart"# "Did You Ever Really

Secrets (Nicki French album)
Secrets is the debut album from British singer & dancer, Nicki French, released on June 20, 1995 in the U.S. The album is very dance-enthused and features two cover songs: "Total Eclipse of the Heart" & "For All We Know" .-Track listing:# "Total Eclipse of the Heart"# "Did You Ever Really

Secrets (novel)
Secrets is a children's book by Jacqueline Wilson, published in 2002 by Corgi . "Secrets" is told from the point of view of two pre-adolescent girls, Treasure and India, via their diary entries

Secrets (Robert Palmer album)
Secrets is Robert Palmer's fifth solo album, released in 1979. It includes "Bad Case of Loving You " which peaked at #14 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart in 1979, and "Can We Still Be Friends", which peaked at #52 in 1980

Secrets (song)
"Secrets" is a song by the British band Tears for Fears, released as a second single from the album Raoul and the Kings of Spain in the U.S.The song was also initially planned for release as a single in the UK, but was withdrawn.- USCD5/34K 78253-2 :

Sect
A sect is a group with distinctive religious, political or philosophical beliefs. Although in past it was mostly used to refer to religious groups, it has since expanded and in modern culture can refer to any organization that breaks away from a larger one to follow a different set of rules and principles

Section
Section may refer to:* Section * Section * Archaeological section* Histological section, a thin slice of tissue used for microscopic examination* Section, an instrumental group within an orchestra

Section (bookbinding)
In bookbinding, section refers to a group of bifolios, or sheets of paper, stacked together and folded in half. The term is sometimes used interchangeably with signature, though the latter technically refers only to the signature mark at the bottom of the first page of a printed section. The section is the basic building block of codex bindings

Section (botany)
In botany, a section is a taxonomic rank below the genus, but above the species. The subgenus, if present, is higher than the section, and the rank of series, if present, is below the section. Sections are typically used to help organise very large genera, which may have hundreds of species

Section (category theory)
In category theory, a branch of mathematics, a section is a right inverse of a morphism. Dually, a retraction is a left inverse

Section (fiber bundle)
In the mathematical field of topology, a section of a fiber bundle π is a continuous right inverse of the function π

Section (group theory)
In group theory a section of a group G is a group that is, or is isomorphic to, a quotient group of a subgroup of G.- Examples :Of the 26 sporadic groups, 20 are sections of the monster group, and are referred to as the "Happy Family".

Section 8 (video game)
Section 8 is a first-person shooter developed by TimeGate Studios and published by SouthPeak Interactive. It utilizes the Unreal Engine 3 and was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360