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Sesh is a colloquial or slang short form of session, and is also a short form of seisiun, a word used by the Irish. Generally, sesh refers to a period of time spent engaged in some group activity

Sessility may refer to:* Sessility , animals which are not able to move about* Sessility , flowers or leaves that grow directly from the stem or peduncle of a plant* Sessility , organisms anchored to the benthic environment

Sessilia is an order of barnacles, comprising the barnacles without stalks, or acorn barnacles. They form a monophyletic group and are probably derived from stalked barnacles. The order is divided into three suborders. Brachylepadomorpha contains a single family, Neobrachylepadidae, while Verrucomorpha contains two families, Verrucidae and Neoverrucidae

-Bureaucracy:*Executive session, a portion of the United States Senate's daily session*Legislative session*Session *Session , a governing body in Presbyterian polity*Court of Session, the supreme civil court of Scotland

Session (Ned's Atomic Dustbin album)
Session was a 2004 album by Ned's Atomic Dustbin. It was released by Shakedown Records as a boxset featuring two CDs and an single interview DVD.

Session (parliamentary procedure)
In parliamentary procedure, a session is a meeting or series of connected meetings devoted to a single order of business, program, agenda, or announced purpose.-Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised :

Sessions (album)
Sessions was a compilation album by The Beatles planned for release by EMI in 1985, but never issued due to objections by the surviving Beatles. The album consisted of thirteen finished, but unreleased, Beatles songs

A sestet is the name given to the second division of an Italian sonnet , which must consist of an octave, of eight lines, succeeded by a sestet, of six lines. The first documented user of this poetical form was the Italian poet, Petrarch. In the usual course the rhymes are arranged abc abc, but this is not necessary

A set is a collection of well defined and distinct objects, considered as an object in its own right. Sets are one of the most fundamental concepts in mathematics. Developed at the end of the 19th century, set theory is now a ubiquitous part of mathematics, and can be used as a foundation from which nearly all of mathematics can be derived

Set (darts)
A set in darts consists of a sequence of legs played, ending when the count of legs won meets certain criteria. Throwing first is considered an advantage in a leg, so players alternate who throws first in each leg during the set.

Set (music)
A set in music theory, as in mathematics and general parlance, is a collection of objects

Set Free (disambiguation)
Set Free may refer to:* Set Free , a 1978 EP by Patti Smith Group* Set Free , a 2005 album by The American Analog Set* Set Free , a 1918 film directed by Tod Browning

Set Free (EP)
Set Free is the EP by Patti Smith Group, released in 1978 on Arista Records.- Side one :# "Privilege " – 3:27# "Ask the Angels" – 3:07- Side two :

Set Free (film)
-Cast:* Edith Roberts - Roma Wycliffe* Harry Hilliard - John Roberts* Harold Goodwin - Ronald Blair* Mollie McConnell - Mrs. Roberts * Blanche Gray - Aunt Henrietta

Set in Stone
Set in Stone is the second solo album by former Westlife member Brian McFadden. The album was released in Australia and New Zealand on 19 April 2008. It was released in the UK and Europe in the summer.-Singles:

Set phrase
A set phrase or fixed phrase is a phrase whose parts are fixed, even if the phrase could be changed without harming the literal meaning. This is because a set phrase is a culturally accepted phrase. A set phrase does not necessarily have any literal meaning in and of itself. Set phrases may function as idioms or as words with a unique referent A set phrase or fixed phrase is a phrase whose parts are fixed, even if the phrase could be changed without harming the literal meaning. This is because a set phrase is a culturally accepted phrase. A set phrase does not necessarily have any literal meaning in and of itself. Set phrases may function as idioms (e.g. red herring) or as words with a unique referent A set phrase or fixed phrase is a phrase whose parts are fixed, even if the phrase could be changed without harming the literal meaning. This is because a set phrase is a culturally accepted phrase. A set phrase does not necessarily have any literal meaning in and of itself. Set phrases may function as idioms (e.g. red herring) or as words with a unique referent (e.g

Set piece
Set piece may refer to:* Set piece , an elaborate sequence which sees either a chase, fight, or other action taking place in an original and memorable way

Set point
Set point or setpoint might mean one of:* Set point , a tennis term meaning one player is one point away from winning a set* Set point , a term referring to any one of a number of quantities Set point or setpoint might mean one of:* Set point (tennis), a tennis term meaning one player is one point away from winning a set* Set point (medicine), a term referring to any one of a number of quantities Set point or setpoint might mean one of:* Set point (tennis), a tennis term meaning one player is one point away from winning a set* Set point (medicine), a term referring to any one of a number of quantities (e.g

Set theory
Set theory is the branch of mathematics that studies sets, which are collections of objects. Although any type of object can be collected into a set, set theory is applied most often to objects that are relevant to mathematics

Seta is a biological term derived from the Latin word for "bristle". It refers to a number of different bristle- or hair-like structures on living organisms.-Animal setae:In zoology, most "setae" occur in invertebrates.

SETA , founded in 1974, is the main LGBT rights organisation in Finland. It is a national organization with several member organizations around the country. Its general secretary is Aija Salo and chairperson Outi Hannula

Setback may have the following meanings:* Setback , the distance a structure must be from the edge of a lot* Setback , making upper storeys of a high-rise building further back than the lower ones for aesthetic, structural, or land-use restriction reasons* Pitch , a card game related to All Fours*A problem* Setback arming, a safety-arming

Seth , in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, is the third listed son of Adam and Eve and brother of Cain and Abel, who are the only other of their children mentioned by name

In mathematics, a setoid is a set equipped with an equivalence relation.Setoids are studied especially in proof theory and in type-theoretic foundations of mathematics. Often in mathematics, when one defines an equivalence relation on a set, one immediately forms the quotient set

SetPoint is the name of Logitech's driver suite for its mouse and keyboard products. It is the successor to the company's MouseWare and iTouch driver suite.

A badger sett or set is a badger's den, usually consisting of a network of tunnels. The largest setts are spacious enough to accommodate 15 or more animals, with up to of tunnels and as many as 40 openings. It takes many years for the animals to dig these large setts

Setting may refer to:* A location where something is set* Set construction in theatrical scenery* Setting in fiction* Setting up to fail a manipulative technique to engineer failure

Settle (disambiguation)
Settle is a town in Yorkshire, England.Settle may also refer to:* Settle , an indie rock band from Pennsylvania* Settle , a wooden bench* SETTLE , a constraint algorithm* Settling, a chemical process

Settlement may refer to:*Consolidation , a process by which soils decrease in volume*Human settlement, a community where people live**Israeli settlement, communities inhabited by Israeli Jews in territory that came under Israel's control as a result of the 1967 Six-Day War**Urban settlement **Rural settlement*Settlement , as in a real estate closing

Settlement (structural)
Settlement in a structure refers to the distortion or disruption of parts of a building due to either; unequal compression of its foundations, shrinkage such as that which occurs in timber framed buildings as the frame adjusts its moisture content, or by undue loads being applied to the building after its initial construction

Settlement (trust)
In the context of trusts, a settlement is a deed whereby real estate, land, or other property is given by a settlor into trust so that the beneficiary only has the limited right to the property , but usually has no right to transfer the land to another or leave it in their own will

A settler is a person who has migrated to an area and established permanent residence there, often to colonize the area. Settlers are generally people who take up residence on land and cultivate it, as opposed to nomads

Settles is an American surname, and may refer to:* Ron Settles , American football running back* Spencer Gene Settles , American football defensive linebacker* Tony Settles , former American football linebacker

Settling is the process by which particulates settle to the bottom of a liquid and form a sediment. Particles that experience a force, either due to gravity or due to centrifugal motion will tend to move in a uniform manner in the direction exerted by that force

Setto is a town and arrondissement in the Djidja commune of the Zou Department of Benin.

As pertaining to the playing of a single reed woodwind instrument , a setup is the choice in reeds and mouthpieces a person has made. Players will often have several setups of a selection of these reeds and mouthpieces: one for jazz playing, one for legit playing, etc.

Setup or set up may refer to:*Setup *Installation *Racing setup, in auto racing*Frameup*Setup pitcher*Set up to fail*Setup -See also:*Set *Setting

SEU is a three letter acronym that may refer to:* A single event upset is a change of state caused by a high-energy particle strike to a sensitive node in a micro-electronic device

Seuil is a commune in the Ardennes department in northern France.-Population:

Seul (disambiguation)
Seul can refer to :* Seoul, the capital and largest city of South Korea* Seul , a 2000 album by Canadian singer Garou* "Seul" , a 2000 song by Canadian singer Garou* Lac Seul, a lake in Ontario, Canada

Seul (song)
"Seul" is the name of a 2000 song recorded by the Canadian singer Garou. It was released on October 2000 as the first single from his debut album, Seul, on which it features as the fourth track. It achieved a smash success in France and Belgium where it topped the charts for three months, and was a top ten hit in Switzerland

Seven (disambiguation)
Seven is a natural number.7 is a year.Seven or 7 may also refer to:-Artists:*Seven , Swiss recording artist*Seven , South Korean recording artist

Seven (Mustafa Sandal album)
Seven is second internationally released album in 2003 of the Turkish pop singer Mustafa Sandal and his first internationally released album of new material.In 2004, the album was re-released under the title Seven New Version

Seven (Night Ranger album)
Seven is the eighth studio album by Night Ranger, released on July 14, 1998. All original members are present on this follow-up to 1997's Neverland.Tommy Shaw of Styx fame co-wrote the track "Kong" with Jack Blades.Two singles were released

Seven (Poco album)
Seven is the seventh album by the country rock band Poco. This is the first album Poco made after leader Richie Furay left the band. The front cover was designed by Phil Hartman.-Track listing:#"Drivin' Wheel" – 6:10

Seven (Wolfstone album)
Seven is the fifth album by the Scottish Celtic rock band Wolfstone. It was released in 1999 after a short hiatus, down to poor management by Green Linnet Records. The album, a comeback, was considered a success by the band. After its release, Wolfstone recorded a live album, Not Enough Shouting

Seven Seas (album)
Seven Seas is a compilation album of Echo & the Bunnymen songs. It was released on 12 September 2005 in the United Kingdom and on 13 September 2005 in the United States where it is called Seven Seas: The Platinum Collection.

Seven Seas (song)
"Seven Seas" is a single by Echo & the Bunnymen which was released on 6 July 1984. It was the third single to be released from their 1984 album Ocean Rain. It reached number 16 on the UK Singles Chart and number 10 on the Irish Singles Chart.-Overview:

Seven Sisters (electoral ward)
Seven Sisters is an electoral ward coterminous with a parish in Neath Port Talbot county borough, Wales.The electoral ward of Seven Sisters consists of some or all of the following settlements: Seven Sisters, Bryndulais and Nant-y-cafn in the parliamentary constituency of Neath

Seven Sisters (Massachusetts)
The Seven Sisters, part of the Holyoke Range and located within the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts, are a series of basalt ridgeline knobs between Mount Holyoke and Mount Hitchcock . The knobs offer scenic clifftop views interspersed with oak savanna woodlands

Seven Sisters (Meja)
Seven Sisters is Meja's second studio album as a solo artist, released in 1998. Again she collaborated with Billy Steinberg, along with her producer Douglas Carr and Jörgen Elofsson. The album came to be her international breakthrough with her massive hit “All 'Bout the Money”

Sevens (dance group)
Sevens is a dance group from Kicevo, Macedonia, created by Ariana Xhambazi. The group originally had seven girls, but the number of dancers in the group has changed over time. The group currently comprises Lana, Tole, Buli, Bona, and Shype.

Sevenscore is a hamlet on the B2048 secondary road about one mile east of Minster-in-Thanet in Kent, England.It is among, and associated with the other hamlet settlements in west Thanet.

Seventeen may refer to:* 17 * 17, the year 17 AD * 17 BC, the year 17 BC * 17 AH, the year 17 AH in the Islamic calendarSeventeen or 17 may also refer to:-Books and magazines:

SEVENTEEN is a British contemporary art gallery started in 2005, on east London's Kingsland Road and shows emerging and established contemporary artists. This gallery's artists are:*Susan Collis*Richard Cuerden*Paul B. Davis*Graham Dolphin*Bill Drummond

Seventeen (1985 film)
Seventeen is a documentary film directed by Joel DeMott and Jeff Kreines. It won the Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at the 1985 Sundance Film Festival.-External links:*, page 17.* -References:

Seventeen (novel)
Seventeen: A Tale of Youth and Summer Time and the Baxter Family Especially William is a humorous novel by Booth Tarkington that gently satirizes first love, in the person of a callow 17-year-old, William Sylvanus Baxter. Seventeen takes place in a small city in the Midwestern United States shortly before World War I

Seventeen (Simon Webbe song)
"Seventeen" is the third single released from Blue band-member Simon Webbe's second solo album, Grace. The single was only released in Europe, as an alternative to the UK only-single, "Grace"/"Ride the Storm"

Seventeen (Winger song)
"Seventeen" is a single released by the American glam metal/hard rock band Winger, from their album Winger. Released in 1988, the song charted at No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100. Despite its pop metal sound, Kip Winger points out that the tune is musically a Progressive song and that it is actually quite challenging to play and sing simultaneously

Seventh may refer to:* Seventh Amendment to the United States Constitution-Music:* Diminished seventh, a chromatically reduced minor seventh interval

Seventh Heaven
Seven Heavens is a part of religious cosmology found in many major religions such as Islam, Judaism and Hinduism and in some minor religions such as Hermeticism and Gnosticism. The Divine Throne is said to be in or above the seventh heaven in most Abrahamic religions.-Why seven?:It is believed that the origin of this myth goes back to astrology

Seventh Heaven (1937 film)
Seventh Heaven is an American romantic drama film released in 1937 by 20th Century Fox and directed by Henry King. The movie stars Simone Simon and James Stewart.

Seventh Heaven (book)
Seventh Heaven is a poetry collection by Patti Smith, published in 1972.- Contents :# "Seventh Heaven"# "Sally"# "Jeanne Darc"# "Renee Falconetti"# "A Fire of Unknown Origin"# "Edie Sedgwick"# "Crystal"# "Marianne Faithfull"# "Girl Trouble"

Seventh Heaven (Buck-Tick album)
Seventh Heaven is the third album by Buck-Tick released on June 21, 1988, on cassette, vinyl and CD. The album was digitally remastered and re-released on September 19, 2002, with two bonus tracks. It was remastered and re-released again on September 5, 2007. The lyrics for "Physical Neurose" mention Gregor Samsa, the main character of Franz Kafka's novel The Metamorphosis

Seventh Heaven (song)
"Seventh Heaven" is the thirty-first single by L'Arc-en-Ciel, released on May 30, 2007. It reached number 1 on the Oricon chart. The b-side "Honey 2007" is a rewritten version of their eleventh single "Honey", and is the sixth appearance of their alter ego, P'unk-en-Ciel.- Track listing :

-Places in Portugal:* Sever , a civil parish in the municipality of Santa Marta de Penaguião* Sever , a civil parish in Moimenta da Beira Municipality

Severances is one of three albums by Masami Akita under the alias 'S.C.U.M.'. The album was released as a cassette. The album was later reissued into CD format as part of Merzbox.-Credits:*Artwork by: Arthur Potter

Severe acute respiratory syndrome
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome is a respiratory disease in humans which is caused by the SARS coronavirus . Between November 2002 and July 2003 an outbreak of SARS in Hong Kong nearly became a pandemic, with 8,422 cases and 916 deaths worldwide according to the WHO