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Sherman
Sherman is a surname that originated in the Anglo-Saxon language. It means a "shearer of woolen garments", being derived from the words scearra, or "shears", and mann, or "man". The name is cognate with Sharman, Shearman and Shurman. Sherman has also been regularly used as a given name in the United States

Sherman
Sherman commonly refers to:*Sherman , a surname and given name ** William Tecumseh Sherman , American Civil War General*M4 Sherman, a tankSherman may also refer to:-United States:

Sherman (constructor)
Sherman was an American racing car constructor. Sherman cars competed in two FIA World Championship races - the and Indianapolis 500.-World Championship Indianapolis 500 results:

Sherpa (Association)
Sherpa is a French network of jurists dedicated to promoting corporate social responsibility. Sherpa was created in 2001 and is currently directed by French Lawyer William Bourdon.-References:

SHERPA (organisation)
SHERPA is a project team, originally set up in 2002 to run and manage the SHERPA Project.-History:

Sherri
Sherri is a given name, and may refer to:* Sherri Baier, former Canadian pairs figure skater* Sherri Coale , current women's basketball coach for the University of Oklahoma Sooners

Sherry
Sherry is a fortified wine made from white grapes that are grown near the town of Jerez , Spain. In Spanish, it is called vino de Jerez.

Sherry (disambiguation)
-Culture:* "Sherry" , a song written by Bob Gaudio* "Oh Sherrie", a song written by Steve Perry, Randy Goodrum, Craig Krampf, and Bill Cuomo; and performed by Perry* Sherry Palmer, a fictional character on the television series 24

Sherwood (company)
Sherwood is a manufacturer of hi-fi equipment.The company was founded 1953 in Chicago.-External links:**

Sherwood (EP)
-Track listing:#The Summer Sends Its Love – 3:40 #Please Wait Up For Me – 3:25 #The Push Game – 3:20 #Pray Forgive Me These Mistakes – 1:55#Under A Lamp – 3:51 # You Choose – 3:42 #I'll See That You Aren't Woken Up – 3:46 - Trivia :

Sherwood Forest (neighborhood)
The Sherwood Forest neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina was established in the 1950s. In addition to the Sherwood Forest subdivision, the area also includes the Castleton Gardens and Charlestowne Manor subdivisions. The area is bisected by McMullen Creek and is neighbored by the areas known as East Forest, Stonehaven, Landsdowne, Providence Park, and Cotswold

Shetland (sheep)
The Shetland sheep is a small, fine-woolled breed of sheep originating in the Shetland Isles, but now also kept in many other parts of the world. It is one of the Northern European short-tailed sheep group, and is closely related to the extinct Scottish Dunface. Shetlands are classed as a landrace or "unimproved" breed

Shew
Shew is an American surname, and may refer to:* Bobby Shew , American jazz trumpeter* William Shew , American photographerIt is also an English surname, and may refer to* Toby Shew , British dance music producer and DJ

Shh (album)
Shh is the debut album of the argentinian band Adicta, released in the year 2000.-Track listing:All tracks written by Martínez/Pastrello/Nievas# "Beta" - 3:23# "Tu plan" - 3:18# "Febo" - 3:38# "Destino fatal" - 2:44# "Nos dañas" - 4:14

Shi
Shi may refer to:* Shi , the Chinese term for poetry * Shi , a ceremonial "corpse" in Chinese ancestral sacrifices* Shi , a kana in Japanese syllabaries

Shia (disambiguation)
Shia may refer to a denomination of Islam, or related items, such as:* Shia Islam, the second largest denomination of Islam, after Sunni Islam* Shia Masjid, one of the largest Shia mosques in the city of Lahore, Pakistan

Shibboleth
A shibboleth is a custom, principle, or belief distinguishing a particular class or group of people, especially a long-standing one regarded as outmoded or no longer important

Shibboleth (artwork)
Shibboleth was the title of a temporary art installation by the Colombian artist Doris Salcedo in Tate Modern. The work took the form of a long crack in the floor.-The work:

Shibboleth (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Shibboleth" is a fourth season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.. The episode is most well known for a character based on serial killer Dennis Rader, also known as the "BTK killer".-Plot summary:

Shibumi
Shibumi may refer to:* Shibui, Japanese aesthetics* Shibumi , 1979 novel by Trevanian

Shield (comics)
Shield, in comics, may refer to:* S.H.I.E.L.D., the Marvel Comics organization* Shield , a number of characters who appeared in Archie and Impact Comics publications

Shieling
A shieling is a small house or hut once common in the hills and mountains of Scotland and northern England. Farmers and their families lived there during the summer, when their livestock were grazing common land in the hills

Shift
Shift generally means to change . Shift may refer to: * Gear shift, to change gears in a car* Shift work, an employment practice* Shift * Shift , a change of level in music

Shifter (Robotic Uprising)
Shifter: Robotic Uprising is the name of a new single player game coming out for Mac OS X, Linux and Microsoft Windows. Not much information has been released as it is still in pre-alpha stage with the engine and main game components still under-construction.

Shifter (Series)
-Scott Field:Scott Field is the main protagonist and only playable character in the series. He is first introduced in the opening of Episode One - Robotic Uprising, afflicted by a condition known as 'Rapid Amnesia', which causes long term memories to be seriously deteriorated.-Development:After a several month hiatus in development, production began once more in early 2008 with a major

Shifty
Seth Brooks Binzer , better known by his stage name Shifty Shellshock is an American music artist, best known as founder and front man of Crazy Town

Shifty
Shifty may refer to:* Shifty , a British urban thriller, from writer/director Eran Creevy* Shifty Shellshock, an American nu metal/hip hop singer* Shifty Records, a South African record label

Shiitake
The Shiitake is an edible mushroom native to East Asia, which is cultivated and consumed in many Asian countries, as well as being dried and exported to many countries around the world. It is a feature of many Asian cuisines including Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai

Shikar (1968 film)
Shikar is a 1968 Hindi movie produced and directed by Atma Ram. The film is a murder mystery that became a box office hit. The film stars Dharmendra, Asha Parekh, Sanjeev Kumar, Helen, Rehman, Bela Bose, Ramesh Deo and Johnny Walker.

Shikari (2000 film)
Shikari is 2000 Hindi movie directed by N. Chandra and starring Govinda, Karishma Kapoor, Tabu, Kiran Kumar.Other cast include Paresh Rawal, Gulshan Grover, Johnny Lever, Sushma Seth, Shweta Menon, Nirmal Pandey, Raja Jung Bahadur.

Shikisai Moment
is an album released by An Cafe on November 9, 2005.-Track listing:-Personnel:* Miku – vocals* Bou – guitar* Kanon – bass* Teruki – drums

Shikoku
is the smallest and least populous of the four main islands of Japan, located south of Honshū and east of the island of Kyūshū. Its ancient names include Iyo-no-futana-shima , Iyo-shima , and Futana-shima

Shikona
A shikona is a sumo wrestler's ring name.As with standard Japanese names, a shikona consists of a 'surname' and a 'given' name, and the full name is written surname first. However, the given name is rarely used outside formal or ceremonial occasions. Thus, the former yokozuna Asashōryū Akinori is usually referred to as simply Asashōryū

Shiksa
Shiksa or shikse, is a Yiddish and Polish word that has moved into English usage, mostly in North American Jewish culture, as a term for a non-Jewish woman, initially and sometimes still pejorative but now often used satirically

Shiksa (Girlfriend)
"Shiksa " is the second single from Say Anything's album, In Defense of the Genre. It was released on iTunes on October 15, 2007, less than two weeks after the first single Baby Girl, I'm a Blur. Caithlin De Marrais performs backing vocals on the song.

Shill
A shill, plant or stooge is a person who helps a person or organization without disclosing that he or she has a close relationship with that person or organization

Shilling
The shilling is a unit of currency used in some current and former British Commonwealth countries. The word shilling comes from scilling, an accounting term that dates back to Anglo-Saxon times where it was deemed to be the value of a cow in Kent or a sheep elsewhere. The word is thought to derive from the base skell-, "to ring/resound" and the diminutive suffix -ing

Shilling (Australian)
The Australian Shilling was a coin of the Commonwealth of Australia prior to decimalization. The coin was minted from 1910 until 1963, excluding 1923, 1929, 1930, 1932, 1938, 1947, 1949 and 1951

Shilling (United Kingdom)
The British shilling is an historic British coin from the eras of the Kingdom of Great Britain and the later United Kingdom; also adopted as a Scot denomination upon the 1707 Treaty of Union.

Shillong (Lok Sabha constituency)
Shillong Lok Sabha constituency is one of the two Lok Sabha constituencies in Meghalaya state in northeastern India.-Assembly segments:

Shim
A shim is a thin and often tapered or wedged piece of material, used to fill small gaps or spaces between objects. Shims are typically used in order to support, adjust for better fit, or provide a level surface

Shim
Shim may refer to:* Shim , an application compatibility workaround* Shim , a thin and often tapered or wedged piece of material* Shim * Shim , a device used to adjust the homogeneity of a magnetic field

Shimada
Shimada may refer to:*13678 Shimada, asteroid*Shimada , Shizuoka, Japan**Shimada-juku**Shimada Station*Shimada , a traditional Japanese hairstyle for women*Shimada, Japanese surname

Shimmer
Shimmer may refer to:* Shimmer , a play by John O'Keefe* Shimmer , a DC Comics super-villain* Shimmer , by Eric Barnes.* Shimmer Magazine, or Shimmerzine, a speculative fiction magazine

Shimmer (comics)
Shimmer is a fictional character, a supervillain in the DC Comics universe. She was created by George Pérez and Marv Wolfman and first appeared in New Teen Titans #3 .-Fictional character biography:

Shimmer (song)
"Shimmer" is Fuel's first single from their album Sunburn. It was released on August 25, 1998.Written by guitarist/songwriter Carl Bell, the single peaked at #42 on the Billboard Hot 100.-Lyrical meaning:

Shimmy
A shimmy is a dance move in which the body is held still, except for the shoulders, which are alternated back and forth. When the right shoulder goes back, the left one comes forward. It may help to hold the arms out slightly bent at the elbow, and when the shoulders are moved, keep the hands in the same position

Shimon
Shimon is the original Hebrew pronunciation of the names Simon and Simeon. Among individuals, Shimon can refer to:-Given names:* Shimon Peres, former Israeli Labor Party Prime Minister and current Kadima President of Israel

Shimon (DJ)
Shimon is an English DJ, record producer, and founder of the label AudioPorn Records. Shimon is affiliated with the drum and bass label Ram Records and has released his music on Ram since its inception in 1992.

Shin
Shin may refer to:* Shinbone, the larger of the two bones in the leg below the knee in vertebrates* Shin , the twenty-first letter in many Semitic alphabets* Shin , origin of Shin name, which means "new"

Shin (band)
Shin is a Taiwanese five-man Mandopop rock band who debuted in 2002 with their self-titled album, Shin . The name 'Shin' came from the groups's former lead vocalist, Shin. Other members include guitarist Chris, bass player Max, keyboard player Tomi, and drummer Michael

Shindig
Shindig may refer to:*Shindig!, a '60s American music variety television show*"Shindig" , an episode of the television series Firefly*Shindig , an open-source software implementation of the OpenSocial standard

Shindig (software)
Shindig is an open source project which began in December 2007 to provide a reference implementation for the OpenSocial standard. The software contains both server-side and client-side code

Shine
Shine may refer to:* Reflection* Shine , a 1996 Australian film starring Geoffrey Rush* Shine * Shine Guitars* LG Shine, mobile phone* Donal Shine, Gaelic footballer

SHINE
SHINE is a nationwide festival in Singapore "by youth, for youth' and is jointly supported by the and the .Inaugurated in 2005, SHINE aims to:# Showcase and develop youth talent and skills# Facilitate and profile youth community contribution

Shine (Aswad song)
"Shine" became reggae group Aswad's second big hit, after 1988's "Don't Turn Around". Released in early 1994 in a radically remixed form courtesy of The Beatmasters, it was the first single from the group's album Rise And Shine. It eventually reached the Top 5 of the UK Singles Chart, peaking at #5, giving the group their second Top 5 hit

Shine (compilation series)
Shine was a various artists compilation album series released by PolyGram TV in Britain from 1995 to 1998, centering on indie rock, largely from new British bands . The series began in 1995 to capitalize on the Britpop scene

Shine (Cyndi Lauper song)
"Shine" was the title track and only single released from Cyndi Lauper's Shine album.-Song information:It was performed for the first time at Vienna, City Hall on June 16, 2001.

Shine (Edenbridge album)
Shine is the 4th studio album by the Symphonic metal band Edenbridge.-Track listing:# "Shine" - # "Move Along Home" - # "Centennial Legend" - # "Wild Chase" - # "And The Road Goes On" -

Shine (Elan album)
Shine is the fourth album by Mexican alternative rock singer, Elan. The album was released in March 2008. The lead single from this album is a track also entitled Shine and was released in February 2008.-Track listing:# I Love Love# Still Breathing

Shine (EP)
Shine is a five-song EP by Anna Nalick, released on April 1, 2008 . It is composed of the album version of the new song "Shine", two acoustic versions of songs from her debut album , a cover version of Red Hot Chili Peppers song "Breaking the Girl," and an acoustic version of the title track.-Track

Shine (Estelle album)
Shine is the second album by hip hop singer Estelle. The album was released on 31 March 2008 with the lead single, "Wait a Minute ", released in November 2007. The second single, "American Boy" featuring Kanye West reached number one in the UK Singles Chart on downloads alone and was released physically on March 24

Shine (Five Star album)
Shine is the name of a 1991 album by the British pop group Five Star. The album was released in 1991 in the US only, where sales were very poor. The album was made available on import to the UK.

Shine (Five Star song)
"Shine" is the name of a 1991 single by the British pop group Five Star.Shine was their third consecutive single with Epic Records that failed to make the UK charts. Five Star were then dropped by the company and would not release another single for the next four years.-Track listings:7” Single and cassette single:1. Shine2. Feelings12” Single:1

Shine (group)
Shine is a Hong Kong Cantopop duo consisting of Tsui Tin-Yau and Wong Yau-Nam . They first signed with EMI then later signed with Warner Music Hong Kong.-Shine:Shine was Fruit Chan's answer to the male version of Twins.

Shine (Joni Mitchell album)
Shine is the nineteenth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell and was released on September 25, 2007 by Starbucks' Hear Music

Shine (Lovefreekz song)
"Shine" is the Lovefreekz most popular singleso far. The song uses a sample from the Electric Light Orchestra song "Shine A Little Love"and became a big club hit in the US, peaking high on the Hot Dance Airplay chart. It also became a Top 10 hit in the UK, peaking at number six and staying in the Top 75 for one month.