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Severed
Severed: Forest of the Dead is a 2005 zombie suspense horror film directed by Carl Bessai and set in a remote logging community following an incident where a genetic experiment goes wrong.-Premise:

Severity
Severity may refer to:* Severity , a canceled video game* a dimension for classifying seriousness for Technical support issues

Severity (2008 video game)
Severity is a canceled first-person shooter video game that was being developed for Microsoft Windows and two console systems. Funded by the Cyberathlete Professional League's parent company, it was being developed by Escalation Studios

Severs
Severs may refer to:*Severs or Severians, an East Slavic tribe*Severs Hotel -People with last name "Severs":*Chad Severs*Dennis Severs, previous resident of Dennis Severs' House

Sevilla (Spanish Congress Electoral District)
Seville is one of the 52 electoral districts used for the Spanish Congress of Deputies - the lower chamber of the Spanish Parliament, the Cortes Generales. It was first contested in modern times in the 1977 General Election. It is the fourth largest district in terms of electorate

Seville
Seville is the artistic, historic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain. It is the capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia and of the province of Seville. It is situated on the plain of the River Guadalquivir, with an average elevation of above sea level

Seville (band)
Seville is a rock group formed in the winter of 2001, by Mike Marsh of the Agency and Dan Bonebrake of The Vacant Andys, joined the now-well-known Dashboard Confessional

Sewage
Sewage is water-carried waste, in solution or suspension, that is intended to be removed from a community. Also known as wastewater, it is more than 99% water and is characterized by volume or rate of flow, physical condition, chemical constituents and the bacteriological organisms that it contains

Sewer
Sewer may refer to:* Part of sewerage, the infrastructure that conveys sewage*Effluent sewer, a collection system that transports only the liquid portion of wastewater through small-diameter pipes laid at contour

Sex
In biology, sex is a process of combining and mixing genetic traits, often resulting in the specialization of organisms into a male or female variety . Sexual reproduction involves combining specialized cells to form offspring that inherit traits from both parents

SEX (Elli Kokkinou album)
SEX is an album by popular Greek artist Elli Kokkinou that was released on November 11, 2005 by Heaven Music. Following its platinum status, it was re-released with four new songs and a bonus DVD renamed Ki Allo Platinum Edition

Sex (film)
Sex is a 1920 silent drama film directed by Fred Niblo, written by C. Gardner Sullivan, produced by J. Parker Read, and starring Louise Glaum. On its surface, the film was a morality story on the evils of marital infidelity. However, the film's producer, J. Parker Read, had made a series of pictures on sex themes

Sex (OOMPH! song)
"Sex" is the second single from German industrial metal group Oomph! from their album, Sperm.-Music video:The music video shows the band half-naked, playing the song in some kind of a dark studio and scenes featuring separately two pairs - an old and a young couple - both naked.-Track listing:# Sex # Sex "Sex" is the second single from German industrial metal group Oomph! from their album, Sperm.-Music video:The music video shows the band half-naked, playing the song in some kind of a dark studio (though lightened with reflectors) and scenes featuring separately two pairs - an old and a young couple - both naked.-Track listing:# Sex (Radio Per-Version)# Sex "Sex" is the second single from German industrial metal group Oomph! from their album, Sperm.-Music video:The music video shows the band half-naked, playing the song in some kind of a dark studio (though lightened with reflectors) and scenes featuring separately two pairs - an old and a young couple - both naked.-Track listing:# Sex (Radio Per-Version)# Sex (Club Penetration

Sex (Tila Tequila EP)
Sex is a studio EP, released on March 20, 2007, by Tila Tequila through the Washington-based label The Saturday Team. On July 27, 2007, Italian website MusicBlob revealed that The Saturday Team and distributor Icon Music Entertainment Services sued Tila over breaching her contract related to the album

Sex and Shopping
Sex and Shopping was a documentary series on the global sex industry. The series examines contemporary attitudes concerning commercial sex, censorship and experimentation. Each episode explores aspects of the legal international commercial sex industry, finance and lifestyles. It was produced for Channel 5 and three series were made

Sex Drive
Sex drive can refer to libido or sexual desire and may refer to:*"Sexdrive" , a song by Grace Jones*Sex Drive , a 2008 film*Sex Drive , a film by Jean-Daniel Cadinot, Stop Surprise in the original.

Sex kitten
Sex kitten is a term that typically refers to a woman who exhibits a sexually provocative lifestyle or an abundant sexual aggression. The term originated circa 1958, and was used to describe French starlet Brigitte Bardot, who appeared in the 1956 film And God Created Woman.It has also often been used in association with Ann-Margret, star of the 1964 film Kitten with a Whip

Sex on the beach (cocktail)
Sex on the Beach is a cocktail that has many variations. There are two general types:*The first type is made from vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice, and cranberry juice. This is an International Bartenders Association Official Cocktail.

Sex organ
A sex organ, or primary sexual characteristic, as narrowly defined, is any of the anatomical parts of the body which are involved in sexual reproduction and constitute the reproductive system in a complex organism; flowers are the reproductive organs of flowering plants, cones are the reproductive organs of coniferous plants, whereas mosses, ferns, and other similar plants have

Sexing
Through sexing, biologists and agricultural workers determine the sex of livestock and other animals they work with. The specialized trade of chicken sexing has a particular importance in the poultry industry.

Sexism
Sexism, also known as gender discrimination or sex discrimination, is the application of the belief or attitude that there are characteristics implicit to one's gender that indirectly affect one's abilities in unrelated areas

Sext
Sext, or Sixth Hour, is a fixed time of prayer of the Divine Office of almost all the traditional Christian liturgies. It consists mainly of psalms and is said at noon

Sextant
A sextant is an instrument used to measure the angle between any two visible objects. Its primary use is to determine the angle between a celestial object and the horizon which is known as the altitude. Making this measurement is known as sighting the object, shooting the object, or taking a sight and it is an essential part of celestial navigation

Sextet
A sextet is a formation containing exactly six members. It is commonly associated with vocal or musical instrument groups, but can be applied to any situation where six similar or related objects are considered a single unit.

Sextette
Sextette is a 1978 Crown International Pictures comedy/musical motion picture that starred Mae West. Other actors in the cast included Timothy Dalton, Dom DeLuise, Tony Curtis, Ringo Starr, Keith Moon, George Hamilton, Alice Cooper and Walter Pidgeon.

Sexton
Sexton may refer to:*Sexton , a self-propelled artillery vehicle of World War II*Sexton , a church or synagogue officer charged with the maintenance of the church buildings and/or the surrounding graveyard; and ringing of the church bells

Sexton (surname)
Sexton is a surname, and may refer to:*Andrew Sexton , English cricketer*Ann Sexton , American soul singer*Anne Sexton , American poet*Brendan Sexton III , American film actor

Sexual Revolution (song)
"Sexual Revolution" is the second and final single from Macy Gray's second studio album, The Id .In the United Kingdom, "Sexual Revolution" became Gray's first single since her debut, "Do Something", to miss the top forty. The single had limited success in the United States as well, missing both the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts

Sexuality (album)
Sexuality is the third studio album by French artist Sébastien Tellier, released on 25 February 2008. The album was produced by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, who is best known as one of the members of Daft Punk.-Conception:

Sexuality (Billy Bragg song)
"Sexuality" is the ninth track on Billy Bragg's 1991 album, Don't Try This at Home. The song was his best known hit of the time, and was also released as a single which reached #27 on the UK charts and #2 on the U.S. Modern Rock charts.

Sexy (disambiguation)
Sexy is an adjective that describes sexual attraction in humans, and other species. Related articles include:* Sexual arousal, the arousal of sexual desire, during or in anticipation of sexual activity

Sexy (Is the Word)
"Sexy " is a pop song recorded by Australian Artist, Melissa .The song was the performer's second single following the success of her first, "Read My Lips", and like "Read My Lips", it was launched via the television series that Tkautz was starring in at the time, E Street. It was featured on her debut album Fresh. The track was written by R. Nicholson, T

Sexy (novel)
Sexy is a novel by Joyce Carol Oates. First published in 2005, it is her third book written for young adults.-Plot summary:In Sexy, Oates moves into the volatile territory of raging hormones, budding sexuality, and the expectations foisted upon teenagers as they come of age

Seychelles
Seychelles , officially the Republic of Seychelles , is an island country spanning an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, some east of mainland Africa, northeast of the island of Madagascar.

Seymour
- Places :Antarctica* Seymour Island, an island off the tip of Graham Land on the Antarctic PeninsulaAustralia*Seymour, Victoria*Electoral district of Seymour, an electoral district in VictoriaCanada

SFDR
Spurious-Free Dynamic Range is the strength ratio of the fundamental signal to the strongest spurious signal in the output. Itis also defined as a measure used to specify analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters and radio receivers.SFDR is defined as the ratio of the RMS value of the carrier frequency at the

Sfinx (band)
Sfinx was one of the most appreciated Romanian rock acts in the 1970s, along with Phoenix.-The early years :The band was formed in 1963, in Bucharest. It was singer and guitarist Octav Zemlicka who had the idea to start the band

SFX (software)
SFX was the first OpenURL link resolver or link server. It remains the most widely-used OpenURL resolver, being used by over 1,500 libraries.Librarians Herbert van de Sompel, Patrick Hochstenbach and their colleagues at Ghent University in Belgium developed the OpenURL framework from 1998 to 2000. At that time they called it by the working title Special Effects

SG
SG or sg may stand for:In computing and internet:* Sega Genesis, a game console* .sg, the top-level domain of Singapore* SuicideGirls, a softcore pornographic website* Security Group, a group in Active Directory used for security purposes.

SGR (band)
SGR was a ska-core band from Voorhees, New Jersey that formed as a five piece act in 1996, during the United States third wave ska boom. The band's catalog spans four albums , a live recording, and a handful of compilation appearances

Sgraffito
Sgraffito is a technique either of wall decor, produced by applying layers of plaster tinted in contrasting colors to a moistened surface, or in ceramics, by applying to an unfired ceramic body two successive layers of contrasting slip, and then in either case scratching so as to produce an outline drawing.-Etymology:Sgraffito

Sha (singer)
Grazia di Fresco, better known by her stage name Sha, is a German singer of Italian descent who rose to fame in the summer of 2006 with her debut single "JaJa".-Formation:Sha grew up in Schwieberdingen near Stuttgart

Shabbat (Talmud)
Shabbat is first tractate in the Order of Moed, of the Mishnah and Talmud. The tractate consists of 24 chapters.The tractate primarily deals with laws relating to Shabbat , and the activities prohibited on Shabbat and distinguishes between Biblical prohibitions and Rabbinic prohibitions

Shabo (Odessa Oblast)
Shabo is a town of the Odessa Oblast, Ukraine, situated at the Dniester Liman, some 7 km downstream of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi.The Tatar village was established ca. 1500, called "the lower vineyards" . The name was subsequently simplified to Shabag and finally to Shaba / Shabo

Shack
A shack is a type of small house, usually in a state of disrepair. The word may derive from the Nahuatl word xacalli or "adobe house" by way of Mexican Spanish xacal/jacal, which has the same meaning as "shack". It was a common usage among people of Mexican ancestry throughout the U.S

Shackle
A shackle, also known as a gyve, is a U-shaped piece of metal secured with a clevis pin or bolt across the opening, or a hinged metal loop secured with a quick-release locking pin mechanism

Shackle (disambiguation)
A shackle is a device used as a connecting link in rigging systems.Shackle may also refer to:* Fetters, a type of restraint device* "Shackles ", a song by Mary Mary

Shad
The shads or river herrings comprise the genus Alosa, fish related to herring in the family Clupeidae. They are distinct from others in that family by having a deeper body and spawning in rivers. The several species frequent different areas on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea. Alosa can also be found throughout the Caspian Sea

Shad (prince)
Shad was a state office in the early Turkic states, roughly equivalent to governor. "Shad" could only be an appointee over a vassal tribe, where he represented interests of the preeminent Kagan. The name of this tribe was included in his title. For example, Tardu-shad could only be a Shad over Tardu tribe

Shad (rapper)
Shadrach Kabango , credited as Shad or Shad K., is a Canadian hip hop artist.-Early life:Born in Kenya, of Rwandan parents, Shad was raised in London, Ontario. His mother worked in London as a hospital lab technician; his father, as a machinist

Shade
Shade is the blocking of sunlight by any object, and also the shadow created by that object. Shade also consists of the colors grey, black, white, etc

Shade (Murray Head album)
Shade is a studio album by Murray Head. It was released in 1983.In 1996 it was reissued by Sony Records and contained 3 bonus tracks.-Track listing:All songs composed by Murry Head unless noted.#"Peace of Mind" - 3:22#"Corporation Corridors" - 3:46

Shade (novel)
Shade is a novel published in 2005 by the Irish novelist and film writer Neil Jordan.The book begins in the 1950s with the brutal murder of the central protagonist, Nina Hardy, at the hands of a mentally and physically scarred veteran of the Second World War.What follows is an explanation of the motivation leading to the murder, of her childhood, her parents' lives, the brutality of

Shade (Silverchair song)
"Shade" is a song by Australian alternative rock band Silverchair. It was released as the fourth single from their debut album, Frogstomp, in 1995

Shader (realtime, logical)
A shader is essentially a computer program executed on a special environment. This article specifically covers realtime shaders which are shaders meant to execute on consumer-level GPUs.

Shades (film)
Shades is a 1999 Belgian film directed by Erik Van Looy and written by Looy, Paul Breuls and Guy Lee Thys. The story is loosely inspired on the Belgian murderer Freddy Horion and his escape from prison in 1982.

Shades (music single)
Shades is a piece of instrumental music performed by the United Kingdom Symphony Orchestra, which was used in the UK as the theme to the Crown Paint commercial in 1985 The song made the UK Singles Chart, where it stayed for four weeks, peaking at number 68.

Shades of white
Shades of white are colors that differ only slightly from pure white. Variations of white include what are commonly termed off-white colors, which may be considered part of a neutral color scheme, pervasively paired with beiges in the 1930s, and especially popular again from roughly 1955 to 1975

Shading
Shading refers to depicting depth perception in 3D models or illustrations by varying levels of darkness.-Drawing:Shading is a process used in drawing for depicting levels of darkness on paper by applying media more densely or with a darker shade for darker areas, and less densely or with a lighter shade for lighter areas

Shadow (Marcia Brown book)
Shadow is a translation of the poem La Féticheuse by French writer Blaise Cendrars. The book was released by Scribner and illustrated by Marcia Brown. It was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1983, Brown's third honor.

Shadow Cabinet
The Shadow Cabinet is a senior group of opposition spokespeople in the Westminster system of government who together under the leadership of the Leader of the Opposition form an alternative cabinet to the government's, whose members shadow or mark each individual member of the government

Shadow Cabinet (Canada)
The members of the Shadow Cabinets are more commonly referred to as Opposition Critics and direct their attacks on the ministers of the current government of Canada.For the current Shadow Cabinets, see:

Shadowbox
Shadowbox is a DVD and accompanying EP by The Crüxshadows.-DVD features:# Live concert from Leipzig, Germany# Music videos for "Dragonfly", "Edge of the World", "Cruelty" and "Winterborn "