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The Shawnee, Shaawanwaki, Shaawanooki and Shaawanowi lenaweeki, are an Algonquian-speaking people native to North America. Historically they inhabited the areas of Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Western Maryland, Kentucky, Indiana, and Pennsylvania

Shawwāl is the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar. Shawwāl means to ‘lift or carry’; so named because she-camels normally would be carrying a fetus at this time of year.-Fasting during Shawwāl:

-Sports figures:* Shay Abutbul, an Israeli footballer* Shay Brennan, popular name of Seamus Anthony Brennan, an Irish footballer* Shay Doron, a basketball player who has played shooting guard for the WNBA's New York Liberty

SHCP may mean:*Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory, a co-ed Catholic school in San Francisco, California.*Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, Mexico's Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit.

She is athird-person, singularpersonal pronoun in Modern English. In 1999, the American Dialect Society chose "she" as the word of the past millennium.-Usage:The use of she for I

She (Dalbello album)
she was the fifth studio album by Dalbello, released in 1987 on EMI. The album included her biggest Canadian chart hits, "Tango" and "Black on Black".

She (Groove Coverage song)
"She" is the fifth and final single from the album 7 Years and 50 Days by German trance group Groove Coverage. The song contains a sample of a German Christmas song "Stern über Bethlehem".-Remix list:#"She" – 3:50

She (Maldoror album)
She is the only release by the Masami Akita and Mike Patton collaboration Maldoror. The album was released in CD format.-Track listing:#"Butterfly Kiss" - 0:30#"Twitch Of The Death Nerve" - 2:17#"Homunculus" - 3:52#"Boutique Of 7 Taboos" - 1:04

Shea (disambiguation)
Shea may refer to:*The Shea tree , indigenous to Africa**Shea butter or Shea nut butter, a slightly greenish or ivory-colored natural fat extracted from fruit of the shea tree

A sheaf is one of the large bundles in which cereal plants are bound after reaping. Accounts of two usages derived from this are found at:* Sheaf * Sheaf toss -Other:

Shear as a noun may refer to:*Bias , in clothing design, fabric may be cut on the shear*Cosmic shear, an effect of distortion of image of distant galaxies due to deflection of light by matter, as predicted by general relativity *Shear , a form of fault in rocks*Simple shear, a special case of deformation of a fluid*Shear , in

A shearer is someone who shears, such as a cloth shearer, or a sheep shearer.Additionally, Shearer is the surname of people:-In sports:*Alan Shearer , English footballer*Bobby Shearer , Scottish footballer

Shearing (metalworking)
Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. Strictly speaking, if the cutting blades are straight the process is called shearing; if the cutting blades are curved then they are shearing-type operations

Shearwaters are medium-sized long-winged seabirds. There are more than 30 species of shearwaters, a few larger ones in the genus Calonectris and many smaller species in the genus Puffinus

Sheath may refer to:* Scabbard, a sheath for holding a sword, knife, or other large blade, as well as guns, such as rifles.* The outer covering of a cable* Condom, a kind of contraception* Debye sheath, a layer of a plasma in physics

Sheath (album)
Sheath is the third album by the British IDM act LFO, originally released on Warp Records in 2003.- Track listing :# "Blown" – 6:02# "Mum-Man" – 3:40# "Mokeylips" – 4:02# "Snot" – 2:55# "Moistly" – 4:12# "Unafraid to Linger" – 4:35

Sheave (mechanical)
A sheave is a wheel or roller with a groove along its edge for holding a belt, rope or cable. When hung between two supports and equipped with a belt, rope or cable, one or more sheaves make up a pulley. The words sheave and pulley are sometimes used interchangeably.A sheave can also refer to a pulley which has an adjustable operating diameter for use with a belt

A shebeen was originally an illicit bar or club where excisable alcoholic beverages were sold without a licence.The term has spread far from its origins in Ireland, to Scotland, Canada, the United States, England,

Shed (weaving)
In weaving, the shed is the temporary separation between upper and lower warp yarns through which the weft is woven. The shed is created to make it easy to interlace the weft into the warp and thus create woven fabric. Most types of looms have some sort of device which separates some of the warp threads from the others

Shedding can refer to:*Shedding or moulting of body parts*Desquamation, pathologic or non-pathologic skin shedding.*A family of card games where the objective is the "shedding" of one's hand

Sheen could mean:Places:*In south west London, England:** Sheen or West Sheen, an alternative name for Richmond, London** East Sheen** North Sheen** Sheen Priory* Sheen, Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Sheer may refer to:*Sheer fabric, a semi-transparent and flimsy fabric*Sheer , a measure of longitudinal deck curvature in naval architecture*Sheer curation, a lightweight approach to digital curation*Sheer Islands, Nunavut, Canada

Sheer (textile)
Sheer fabric is fabric which is made using thin thread and/or low density of knit and which results in a semi-transparent and flimsy cloth. Some fabrics become transparent when wet.

Sheers are a form of two-legged lifting device, that were used by sailboats and dockyards for tasks such as lifting masts and heavier parts of the rigging on board.

Sheerwater is a large housing estate in Woking, Surrey, England. It is located between West Byfleet and Woking .Sheerwater was designed as a new neighbourhood by the London County Council, with nearly 1,300 homes built in the early 1950s and over 5,000 people settling in the Borough.

Sheet may refer to:* A flat piece of cloth, paper, or other material** Bed sheet, a piece of cloth used to cover a mattress** A piece of paper*** Balance sheet, a financial summary of assets and liabilities*** Sheet music, a form of musical notation

Sheet cake
A sheet cake is a cake baked in a large, flat rectangular pan such as a sheet pan or a jelly roll pan. These single-layer cakes are almost always frosted, and may be decorated on the flat surface on the top

Sheets is a surname, and may refer to:* Andy Sheets , a former shortstop in Major League Baseball* Ben Sheets , a pitcher in Major League Baseball for the Milwaukee Brewers* Bob Sheets, meteorologist

Sheffield (album)
Sheffield is the seventh studio album by German techno band Scooter, released in 2000. It plays host to two singles: "I'm Your Pusher" and "She's The Sun" .-Track listing:# "MC's Missing" - 1:16# "Don't Gimme the Funk" - 4:13# "I'm Your Pusher" - 3:59

Sheffield (European Parliament constituency)
Sheffield was a European Parliament constituency covering the City of Sheffield and parts of Derbyshire in England.Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Sheik or The Sheik may refer to:* Sheikh, an honorific term in Arabic* Duncan Sheik , an American singer-songwriter and composer* The Sheik , a 1921 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino

Not to be confused with sikhSheikh — also spelled Sheik or Shaikh, or transliterated as Shaykh — is an honorific in the Arabic language that literally means "elder" and carries the meaning "leader and/or governor"

A sheikhdom is a geographical area or a society , that is ruled by a sheikh . Sheikhdoms exist almost exclusively within Arab countries, particularly in the Arabian Peninsula.

Sheila (Jamie T song)
"Sheila" is the first single by Jamie T from his debut album Panic Prevention. The song features excerpts of John Betjeman's poem "The Cockney Amorist". The song was re-released on 7 May 2007 with a new B-side, "Rawhide", featuring vocals by Lily Allen

Sheila (song)
"Sheila" is a song written and recorded by Tommy Roe with the help of Robert Bosch. The single reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on September 1, 1962, remaining in the top position for two weeks and peaking at number six on the R&B charts .

Shekel , is any of several ancient units of weight or of currency. The first usage is from Mesopotamia around 3000 BC. Initially, it may have referred to a weight of barley

Shelby (Amtrak station)
Shelby, Montana is a station stop for the Amtrak Empire Builder in Shelby, Montana. The station is served by Amtrak's daily Empire Builder. Near Highway US-2, the station is adjacent to downtown Shelby

Sheldrake or Shelldrake may refer to:*Sheldrake duck*Sheldrake, a settlement within the Municipality of Rivière-au-Tonnerre, Quebec, Canada*Shelldrake, Michigan, a ghost town in the United States*Shelldrake River, a river in Michigan, United States

Shelf may refer to:* Shelf , a flat horizontal surface used for diplay and storage* Shelf , a user interface feature in the NeXTSTEP operating system* Shelf, West Yorkshire, a village in England

Shelf Life (novel)
For the episode of Fairly Odd Parents please see Shelf Life.Shelf Life is a novel written by Robert Corbet and published in 2004. The novel deals with an unnamed supermarket and the various people who work there. Each chapter is named after an aisle of the store, but may only have some minor references to it

-Nature:* Seashell, a hard outer layer of a marine animal, found on beaches* Exoskeleton, an external covering of some animals** Mollusc shell** Gastropod shell** Turtle shell* Eggshell-Business:* Royal Dutch Shell, a multinational oil and gas company

Shellac is a resin secreted by the female lac bug, on trees in the forests of India and Thailand. It is processed and sold as dry flakes , which are dissolved in ethyl alcohol to make liquid shellac, which is used as a brush-on colorant, food glaze and wood finish

-Meaning:In many baby name books, Shelley is listed as meaning "From the meadow on the ledge" or "clearing on a bank". It is Old English in origin. As with many other names , Shelley is today a name given almost exclusively to girls after historically being male

Shellshock (comics)
Shellshock, in comics, may refer to:* Shellshock , a Marvel Comics character* Shellshock , a DC Comics character

Shellshock (Marvel Comics)
Shellshock is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Shellshock first appeared in Fantastic Four Annual #5 , and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Shelter is a basic architectural structure or building that provides cover. The word may also refer to:-Places:*Port Shelter, Hong Kong*Shelter Bay , various locations*Shelter Cove , various locations

Shelter (2007 film)
Shelter is a 2007 American film directed and written by Jonah Markowitz. It stars Trevor Wright, Brad Rowe, and Tina Holmes. It was the winner of "Outstanding Film – Limited Release" at the 2009 GLAAD Media Awards, Best New Director and Favorite Narrative Feature at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, and the People's Choice Award for Best Feature at the Vancouver Queer Film

Shelter (automobile)
The Shelter was an experimental city car of the 1950s and one of the first applications of such a concept.It was conceived, designed and built by Dutch engineering student Arnold van der Goot starting in 1954. Van der Goot's interest in transportation developed during his postwar employment by Bristol Aeroplane Company

Shen (Chinese religion)
Shen is a keyword in Chinese philosophy, Chinese religion, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.-Pronunciation:Shén is the Modern Standard Chinese pronunciation of 神 "spirit; god, deity; spiritual, supernatural; awareness, consciousness etc". Reconstructions of shén in Middle Chinese Shen is a keyword in Chinese philosophy, Chinese religion, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.-Pronunciation:Shén (in rising 2nd tone) is the Modern Standard Chinese pronunciation of 神 "spirit; god, deity; spiritual, supernatural; awareness, consciousness etc". Reconstructions of shén in Middle Chinese Shen is a keyword in Chinese philosophy, Chinese religion, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.-Pronunciation:Shén (in rising 2nd tone) is the Modern Standard Chinese pronunciation of 神 "spirit; god, deity; spiritual, supernatural; awareness, consciousness etc". Reconstructions of shén in Middle Chinese (ca

Shenanigan or shenanigans may refer to:* Shenanigans , a 1964-65 children's television game show* Shenanigans , a 1995 EP by the American punk rock band Squirtgun* Shenanigans , a 2002 album by Green Day

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Shenanigans (horse)
Shenanigans was an American thoroughbred mare born in Kentucky. She was sired by Native Dancer and out of the Locust Hill foundation mare Bold Irish. Owner Janney once recalled, "Shenanigans was meant to be a good mare, she had speed and she was second to Miss Spin in the Maryland Futurity, but she developed a little calcium in a knee

Shenanigans (TV series)
Shenanigans is a children's television game show that aired on ABC Saturday mornings from September 26, 1964 to March 20, 1965, and again from September 25 to December 18, 1965. The show was a revival of Video Village, produced by Merrill Heatter and Bob Quigley, and also featured a life-size game board

Shepherd (surname)
Shepherd, Shepard, Sheppard, Shephard and Shepperd are surnames and given names, and alternative spellings and cognates of the English word "Shepherd".-Shepherd:Shepherd is a surname.People named Shepherd:

Shepherding (Australian rules football)
Shepherding is a tactic and skill in Australian rules football, a team sport.Shepherding is the act of legally obstructing or preventing an opposing player from gaining possession of the ball or reaching the contest.

Sherbet (album)
-Track listing:#" Slippin' Away"#"Skyline"#"Another Night on the Road"#"Don't Wait Too Long"#"Winnipeg Sidestep"#"Take My Heart"#"Cheatin' Eyes"#"You Made a Fool"#" Breakdown"#"Beg, Steal or Borrow"-Release history:

SHERIFF is a telecom fraud detection and management system, originally developed by BT and MCI. SHERIFF is an acronym for Statistical Heuristic Engine to Reliably and Intelligently Fight Fraud.

Sherlock (video game)
Sherlock is a 1984 text adventure developed under the lead of Philip Mitchell by Beam Software. It was published by Melbourne House. Five programmers worked for 18 months on the title and a Sherlock Holmes expert was employed full-time for a year to advise the team on accuracy.Technically, the adventure builds upon the 1982 title The Hobbit

Sherlock Holmes (1916 film)
Sherlock Holmes, was a 1916 silent film made by Essanay Studios and was one of the earliest American film adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. It starred William Gillette as Holmes, based on his 1899 stage play, which is based on not one case, but takes inspiration from "A Scandal in Bohemia," "The Final Problem" "The Copper Beeches" and "A Study in Scarlet"

Sherlock Holmes (1954 TV Series)
The first and only American television series of Sherlock Holmes adventures aired in syndication in the fall of 1954. The 39 half-hour mostly original stories were produced by Sheldon Reynolds and filmed in France by Guild Films, starring Ronald Howard as Holmes and Howard Marion Crawford as Watson

Sherlock Holmes (disambiguation)
Sherlock Holmes is a character created by Arthur Conan Doyle.Sherlock Holmes may also refer to:- Cinema :*Sherlock Holmes , starring William Gillette*Sherlock Holmes , starring John Barrymore