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Shadowgraph is an optical method that reveals non-uniformities in transparent media like air, water, or glass. It is related to, but simpler than, the schlieren and schlieren photography methods that perform a similar function

Shadowing may refer to:* Shadow fading in wireless communication, caused by obstacles* File shadowing, to provide an exact copy of or to mirror a set of data* Job shadowing, learning tasks by first-hand observation of daily behavior

Shadowplay (disambiguation)
Shadowplay may refer to:*Shadow play, shadow puppetry or shadow theatre*Shadowplay, a novel by Tad Williams*Shadowplay , a song by Joy Division. Also covered by The Killers

Shadowplay (song)
"Shadowplay" is a song by the band Joy Division. It appeared on the 1979 album Unknown Pleasures. The song was covered by the Killers in 2007 and Carpathian in 2010.-Lyrics:

Shadows (1916 film)
-Cast:* Frank Mayo* Philo McCullough* Harry Southard* Lillian West

Shadows (2007 film)
Shadows is a 2007 film from the Republic of Macedonia. The film was directed, produced and written by Milčo Mančevski. It was filmed on location in both Skopje, Ohrid and several other locations in the Republic of Macedonia.-Plot:

Shadows (Breed 77 song)
"Shadows" is a song and single by Gibraltarian flamenco metal band Breed 77 which first appeared on the Breed 77 album.It was released in three different formats: a double A-side CD with an acoustic version of "Breaking the Silence"; an enhanced CD including the video and remixes; and a double A-side vinyl which features a "Metal Mix" of both "Shadows" and "A Matter of Time"

Shadows (butv series)
Shadows, produced by Growling Dog Productions for butv10 at Boston University, is an ongoing episodic television series with a gothic science fiction theme. Created in 1995 by David Kalbeitzer and Pilar Flynn, this sci-fi/supernatural thriller is one of Growling Dog's flagship programs, the others being Bay State, BU Tonight, Overexposed and Inside Boston

Shadows (Wagon Christ album)
Shadows is an album by Luke Vibert under the alias Wagon Christ."Shadows" contains a sample from the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, titled "007 and Counting" on the original soundtrack recording.-Track listing:*CD version

Shadows Are Security
Illusions is a re-recording of a song called 'Illusion' from the As I Lay Dying/American Tragedy split album.-Charts:Album - Billboard - Personnel :As I Lay Dying*Tim Lambesis – lead vocals/harsh vocals*Nick Hipa – lead guitar

Shady may refer to:* Eminem, a nickname* Shady Records, a record label owned by Eminem* Shade* Şada, Azerbaijan* legally questionable activities, people, or locations.Shady also means Trey

- Long narrow passages :* Elevator shaft* Ventilation shaft, vertical passages used in mines and tunnels to move fresh air underground, and to remove stale air* Shaft , an underground vertical or inclined passageway

Shaft (club)
Shaft Rock Blues and Jazz Club is a blues and rock club in Istanbul, Turkey. Besides providing blues and jazz music which gives the place its name, it additionally offers a combination of rock music covers by famous Turkish musicians and a weekly free stage night for newcomer musicians

Shaft (company)
is a Japanese animation studio founded on September 1, 1975 by Hiroshi Wakao. They are best known for their unique use of gags and references notably in Pani Poni Dash!, Maria Holic, Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei, Hidamari Sketch, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and Bakemonogatari series.- History :Shaft was founded on September 1, 1975 by Hiroshi Wakao, former Mushi

Shaft (golf)
The shaft of a golf club is the long, tapered tube - generally made of steel or carbon fiber composite - which connects the golfer’s hands to the club head

Shaft (New Zealand band)
Shaft is the now long-standing vehicle of prominent songwriter Bob Cardy , original guitarist for legendary band The Axemen and a stalwart of the New Zealand underground scene

Shaft (rave)
Shaft was a UK based dance music act, that scored a Top 10 hit in the UK Singles Chart in December 1991, with a rave track, "Roobarb and Custard". It featured vocal samples from the vintage children's television cartoon Roobarb, as well as a variety of sound effects

Shaft (Youngblood)
Shaft is a comic book superhero created by writer-artist Rob Liefeld.In the early Nineties, Liefeld created the character for his Extreme Studios as leader of superhero team “Youngblood”.-Character biography:

Shag may refer to:*Collegiate shag, a swing dance that originated in the 1920s *Carolina shag, a swing dance that originated in South Carolina in the 1940s*St

Shagging (baseball)
Shagging describes the act of catching fly balls in the outfield when not involved in actual baseball games. Pitchers may do this during batting practice before games. In the Major League Baseball Home Run Derby, children are recruited as shaggers in order to field balls that do not go out as a home run

Shaggy may refer to:*Shaggy Rogers, a fictional character from the Scooby-Doo series*Shaggy , Jamaican American reggae rapper & singer*Shaggy , radio personality and producer of 2 Live Stews

Shāh is the title of the ruler of certain Southwest Asian and Central Asian countries, especially Persia , and derives from the Persian word shah, meaning "king".-History:

Shah (Jain family name)
Shah is an Indian family name found mainly in the North Indian states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.The surname has been adopted by the Jain and Hindu bania . Many Jains, vaishnavas, especially from Gujarat and southern Rajasthan, have the last name "Shah"

Shahada (disambiguation)
-Places:* Shahada, Maharashtra, a town in Nandurbar district in Maharashtra state in India* Shahad, a town in Thāne district in Maharashtra state in India-People:* Greg Shahade, American chess player* Jennifer Shahade, American women's chess champion

Shake may refer to:* Tremor* Milkshake* Handshake* Camera shaking, an effect fixed with image stablization* Shake , an informal unit of time equal to ten nanoseconds* Shake, Zimbabwe-Arts and entertainment:

Shake (Sam Cooke song)
"Shake" is a song written and recorded by Sam Cooke .The song was also recorded by Eric Burdon and The Animals, Otis Redding, The Supremes

Shake (Ying Yang Twins song)
"Shake" is the third single from the Ying Yang Twins album, U.S.A. . It features the rapper Pitbull. The song contains a sample of "Din Daa Daa" by George Kranz.

Shakedown may refer to:* Shakedown , a type of plastic deformation* Shakedown or a shakedown cruise, a period of testing undergone by a ship, airplane or other craft

Shakedown (1988 film)
Shakedown, also known as Blue Jean Cop, is a 1988 crime drama/action movie starring Peter Weller and Sam Elliott. The movie is about an idealistic lawyer teaming with a veteran cop to find out the truth in a possible police corruption scandal.-Plot:

Shakedown (album)
Shakedown is the debut album by house production duo Freemasons. It was released on 21 January 2007, with the single "Rain Down Love" being released two weeks earlier in anticipation of the album. "Nothing But a Heartache", a cover of the original single by the Flirtations, was released as a digital download single on iTunes on 18 June 2007.-Track listing:

Shakedown (Bob Seger song)
"Shakedown" is the title of a song recorded by Bob Seger that is from the soundtrack of the film Beverly Hills Cop II. The music was written by Harold Faltermeyer, who wrote the score for the film, and Keith Forsey, and the lyrics by Seger

Shaken (disambiguation)
Shaken may refer to:*Shaken, a Japanese motor-vehicle inspection program*"Shaken" , a song by Rachel Lampa*Shaken , a variety of shuriken-See also:* Shake * Shook * Shaked

Shaken (Rachael Lampa song)
"Shaken" is a single from Rachael Lampa's debut album Live For You.-Chart performance:"Shaken reached number one on CHR Charts and stayed there for three consecutive weeks.

Shakeout is a term used in business and economics to describe the consolidation of an industry or sector, in which businesses are eliminated or acquired through competition

Shakes may refer to:* "The shakes" or Delirium tremens* Chief Shakes , leader of the Naanya.aayí* Ricky Shakes , football player* Shakes the Clown, a 1992 film* Get Shakes, a British dance band-See also:

Shakespeare (crater)
Shakespeare is a 370 km diameter impact basin in the Shakespeare quadrangle of Mercury, which is named after this crater. It is located at 49.7°N, 150.9°W and is named after playwright William Shakespeare.-External links:

Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll , known professionally as Shakira , is a Colombian singer who emerged in the music scene of Colombia and Latin America in the early 1990s

A shako is a tall, cylindrical military cap, usually with a peak or visor and sometimes tapered at the top

Shaky (album)
Shaky is an album released by Shakin' Stevens in 1981.Released at the peak of his popularity, Shaky was the first and, to date, only UK number 1 album for Shakin' Stevens. The album features three top ten singles, most notably Green Door, which enjoyed a month at number one during the summer of 1981

Shale is a fine-grained, clastic sedimentary rock composed of mud that is a mix of flakes of clay minerals and tiny fragments of other minerals, especially quartz and calcite. The ratio of clay to other minerals is variable. Shale is characterized by breaks along thin laminae or parallel layering or bedding less than one centimeter in thickness, called fissility

Shale (disambiguation)
Shale may refer to:*Shalë, Albania, a municipality in Shkodër District, northern Albania*Shalë, Kosovo, a settlement in the municipality of Vushtrri, District of Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo.*Shalës, municipality in the Elbasan District, central Albania

Shale oil
Shale oil, known also as kerogen oil or oil-shale oil, is an unconventional oil produced from oil shale by pyrolysis, hydrogenation, or thermal dissolution. These processes convert the organic matter within the rock into synthetic oil and gas

The shallot is the botanical variety of Allium cepa to which the multiplier onion also belongs. It was formerly classified as the species A. ascalonicum, a name now considered a synonym of the correct name

Shallot (disambiguation)
Shallot often refers to:*Shallot, an edible bulb related to the onion*Part of the sound producing mechanism in a reed pipe of a pipe organShallot may be a misspelling of:*Shalott, an island in the poem "The Lady of Shalott" by Alfred Tennyson

Shallow (song)
"Shallow" is a single by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, taken from the Deadwing album, released in January 2005 exclusively in the United States for radio broadcast purposes

Shalom (film)
Hailed by critics as "the first and probably last Israeli hippie film", Shalom is director Yaky Yosha's first feature.It attempts to answer the dilemmas and distresses youth in the pre Yom Kippur War Israel.- Plot :

Sham, a word found in Arabic, English and Chinese, may refer to:-Arabic use:* Sham, or Alsahm, the Arabic name for the star Alpha Sagittae* Sham, , al-Sham, or Bilad al-Sham, endonym of the region bordering the eastern Mediterranean Sea, usually known as the Levant or Greater Syria, comprising modern Syria, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian Territories and Jordan**

Sham (horse)
Sham , an American thoroughbred race horse, was one of the fastest horses of the 20th century, but was overshadowed by his larger-than-life peer and half-cousin, Secretariat. He was a dark seal brown in color. While racing, he wore green and yellow blinkers

Shaman (character class)
In role-playing games, a Shaman is a character class that is generally portrayed as using spirit-based magical abilities that involve healing and enhancing the combat abilities of fellow players, and damaging and diminishing the combat abilities of enemies

Shambala (Beastie Boys song)
"Shambala" is the 18th track on the Beastie Boys Album Ill Communication from 1994. It also appears on the In Sound from Way Out compilation.The song itself is basically an intro for Bodhisattva Vow.

Shame is, variously, an affect, emotion, cognition, state, or condition. The roots of the word shame are thought to derive from an older word meaning to cover; as such, covering oneself, literally or figuratively, is a natural expression of shame.

Shame (Alvtegen novel)
Shame is a novel by Swedish crime-writer Karin Alvtegen. It was shortlisted for the Duncan Lawrie International Dagger award for crime novels in translation, and was translated into English by Steven T. Murray in 2006. The novel was originally published in Sweden in 2005.

Shame (Brad album)
-Personnel:Brad*Stone Gossard – guitars*Regan Hagar – drums, cover and package design, girl photo*Shawn Smith – vocals, piano, organ, guitar on "Down"*Jeremy Toback – bass guitar, lead vocals and organ on "Down"

Shame (disambiguation)
Shame is a psychological condition. It may also refer to:-Literature, film and television:*Shame , by Salman Rushdie*Shame , a silent film starring John Gilbert*Shame , directed by Ingmar Bergman

Shame (Evelyn King song)
"Shame" is a 1978 hit single recorded by American singer Evelyn "Champagne" King. It reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, number eight on the U.S. Disco Chart, and number seven on the U.S. R&B Chart, earning a Gold certification by the RIAA that same year

Shame (Evelyn King song)
"Shame" is a 1978 hit single recorded by American singer Evelyn "Champagne" King. It reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, number eight on the U.S. Disco Chart, and number seven on the U.S. R&B Chart, earning a Gold certification by the RIAA that same year

Shame (Monrose song)
"Shame" is a pop song performed by German pop trio Monrose. It was written by Christian Ballard, Tim Hawes, Pete Kirtley and Andrew Murray and co-produced by production teams Jiant and Snowflakers for the band's debut studio album, Temptation .

Shame on You
Shame on You may refer to:*"Shame on You" , Spade Cooley's hit song from 1945*Shame on You , a 1989 compilation by The Darling Buds*"Shame on You" , a 1997 song by the Indigo Girls

Shame On You (Cooley song)
"Shame on You" is a Western Swing song written by Spade Cooley and became his signature song.The title comes from the refrain that starts each verse:In the song, the singer is rebuking his straying girlfriend.

Shame on You (Indigo Girls song)
"Shame on You" is a single from the Indigo Girls album Shaming of the Sun released in 1997. The song's lyrics celebrate Chicano culture and strongly criticize efforts against illegal immigration as being racist and hypocritical "Shame on You" is a single from the Indigo Girls album Shaming of the Sun released in 1997. The song's lyrics celebrate Chicano culture ("I go down to Chicano city park/cause it makes me feel so fine") and strongly criticize efforts against illegal immigration as being racist ("The white folks like to pretend it's not/but their music's in the air") and hypocritical "Shame on You" is a single from the Indigo Girls album Shaming of the Sun released in 1997. The song's lyrics celebrate Chicano culture ("I go down to Chicano city park/cause it makes me feel so fine") and strongly criticize efforts against illegal immigration as being racist ("The white folks like to pretend it's not/but their music's in the air") and hypocritical ("They say we be

Shame on You (The Native Years)
Shame On You was the second album to be released by The Darling Buds and was a compilation of early songs that the band had recorded for Native Records

Shame on You (to Keep My Love from Me)
"Shame on You " is a pop song written and performed by Andrea Corr for her debut solo album Ten Feet High . It is an anti-war protest song written from the viewpoint of a female whose partner has gone off to war

Shameless is a British television drama series set in Manchester on the fictional Chatsworth council estate. Produced by Company Pictures for Channel 4, the first seven-episode series aired weekly on Tuesday nights at 10pm from 13 January 2004

Shameless (band)
Shameless are a hard rock and glam metal supergroup based in Munich, Germany. Although the band are based in Germany, they are notable for having numerous American rockers appearing on their albums.-History:

Shameless (disambiguation)
Shameless may refer to:* Shameless, a 2004 UK television series* Shameless , a 2011 U.S. television series.* Shameless , a 2001 album by Therapy?* Shameless , a German hard rock and glam metal group