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Shine (Luna Sea album)
Shine is the sixth album by Luna Sea, released on July 23, 1998. It reached number one on the Oricon chart, and is the band's highest selling studio album; selling over 1,000,000 copies and being certified Million by the RIAJ

Shine (Luther Vandross song)
"Shine" is a single by soul legend Luther Vandross, the first single from his greatest hits package The Ultimate Luther Vandross."Shine" is an upbeat R&B track that samples Chic's disco classic "My Forbidden Lover"

Shine (Mike Oldfield song)
"Shine" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1986 . "Shine" features Jon Anderson on vocals.- Music video :The music video for "Shine" features use of computer graphics, such as a computer generated game of chess. Oldfield plays a Gibson SG guitar in the video. The video is available on the Elements - The Best of Mike Oldfield DVD.- Charts :

Shine (Pat McGee Band album)
Shine is the second studio album and the major label debut for the Richmond, VA based Pat McGee Band.On the heels of successful independent releases in Revel and General Admission, the band inked an album contract with Warner Bros. subsidiary Giant Records

Shine (Rosemary's Sons song)
"Shine" is a song by Rosemary's Sons, and was the second single from their debut album All In Hand. The single was released on Warner Music Europe on March 6, 2002. As a b-side it contains a live/acoustic version of the song "Head Over Heels" which originates from the same album. The single also features Dutch country/pop singer Ilse deLange. The song is Rosemary's Sons' biggest hit.

SHINE (software)
Spacecraft Health Inference Engine is a software-development tool for knowledge-based systems and has been created as a product for research and development by the Artificial Intelligence Group, Information Systems Technology Section at NASA/JPL

Shine (Take That song)
"Shine" is the second single taken from Take That's comeback album Beautiful World.-Song information:"Shine" was released on 26 February 2007 and features lead vocals by Mark Owen.

Shine (The Wilkinsons album)
Shine is the third studio album by Canadian country music group The Wilkinsons, and was released on May 22, 2001. Only one single was released from the album: "I Wanna Be That Girl"

Shine (Vanessa Amorosi song)
"Shine" is the third single from Vanessa Amorosi's debut album The Power. After its release in May 2000, this ballad jumped straight into the ARIA charts at #4 position, went Gold two weeks later, and Platinum a one month after that.

Shiner may refer to:*Shiner , an Atlanta based design firm*Esther Shiner, a deceased Toronto municipal politician* Lewis Shiner , an American writer*Shiner *Shiner, Texas*Shiner , a line of beers brewed by the Spoetzl Brewery

Shiner (2000 film)
Shiner is a 2000 released film written by Scott Cherry and directed by John Irvin and starred Michael Caine and Martin Landau.The story centers on Billy "Shiner" Simpson, played by Caine, a boxing promoter whose promising son he represents is killed. Simpson suspects a rival played by Landau and seeks revenge, only to grow mad as his suspicions draw closer to home.

Shiner (band)
-History:The group formed in 1992, and quickly found wide exposure, releasing a vinyl EP in 1993 and touring with acts such as Sunny Day Real Estate, Chore, Jawbox, Season to Risk, The Jesus Lizard, and Girls Against Boys. The group released their first LP, Splay in 1996, and a second album, Lula Divinia the next year

Shingle can refer to:*A flat covering element for a roof, including**Shake , a wooden shingle that is made from split logs**Roof shingle, a roof covering consisting of individual overlapping elements

Shinigami (Death Note)
In the manga and anime series Death Note, are a race of extra-dimensional beings who survive by killing humans to extend their own lives. Shinigami in this series are not responsible for every death that occurs; people will eventually die regardless of whether or not the Shinigami pay attention to them, but a Shinigami can end their lives sooner than intended for their own

-In fiction:*The Shining , a 1977 novel by Stephen King**The Shining , a loose 1980 film adaptation of King's novel directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Jack Nicholson

Shinny is an informal type of hockey played on ice or the street. There are no formal rules or specific positions, and generally, there are no goaltenders. The goal areas at each end may be marked by nets, or simply by objects, such as blocks of snow, stones, etc

Shinto (disambiguation)
Shinto is the native religion of Japan and was once its state religion.Shinto or Shintō may also refer to:*Shintō, Gunma, a village in Gunma Prefecture, Japan*Shinto or Tien Shinhan, a character in Dragon Ball media

Shiny is the debut album from Johannesburg-based indie pop band The Bang. The album was released in September 2005. The album's cover art was designed by Daniel Levi, who has directed music videos for Interpol and Massive Attack

Ship of the line
A ship of the line was a type of naval warship constructed from the 17th through the mid-19th century to take part in the naval tactic known as the line of battle, in which two columns of opposing warships would manoeuvre to bring the greatest weight of broadside guns to bear

Shipbuilding is the construction of ships and floating vessels. It normally takes place in a specialized facility known as a shipyard. Shipbuilders, also called shipwrights, follow a specialized occupation that traces its roots to before recorded history.Shipbuilding and ship repairs, both commercial and military, are referred to as "naval engineering"

Shipping (disambiguation)
Shipping may refer to:* Shipping, transporting cargo by any means* Shipping line, a business that operates ships that it may or may not own* Shipping portal, a web-based point of access to multiple shipping lines' booking, tracking & communication systems

A shipwreck is what remains of a ship that has wrecked, either sunk or beached. Whatever the cause, a sunken ship or a wrecked ship is a physical example of the event: this explains why the two concepts are often overlapping in English.

Shipwrecked (Genesis song)
"Shipwrecked" is a song by British band Genesis, appearing on their 1997 album ...Calling All Stations.... It was a minor hit, reaching No.54 in the UK and No.82 in Germany.

Shiraz (band)
Shiraz was a South African group from the 1980s best known for their song "Fighting For Our Lives".-History:Shiraz was a mostly studio outfit that was the brainchild of producers Paul Crossley and Terry Owen

A shire is a traditional term for a division of land, found in the United Kingdom and in Australia. In parts of Australia, a shire is an administrative unit, but it is not synonymous with "county" there, which is a land registration unit. Individually, or as a suffix in Scotland and in the far northeast of England, the word is pronounced

Shirgah is a city in and capital of Shirgah District, in Savadkuh County, Mazandaran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 8,529, in 2,269 families.

Shirk may refer to:* "Shirk", to avoid work or other responsibilities* Shirk , in Islam, the sin of idolatry or associating beings or things with Allah* "Shirk break", a synonym for coffee break*Susan Shirk, US academic

Shirley (MBTA station)
Shirley is a passenger rail station on MBTA Commuter Rail's Fitchburg Line. The station is located at Ayer Road and Phoenix Street in Shirley, Massachusetts. There is a small parking area adjacent to the street. There is one small platform that is only about 10 feet long on the inbound side with an asphalt patch over the inbound tracks for access to outbound trains

Shiro (food)
Shiro is a homogenous stew whose primary ingredient is powdered chickpeas or broad bean meal. It is often prepared with the addition of minced onions, garlic and depending upon regional variation, ground ginger

Shirred eggs are eggs cooked in a manner that results in a firm white but soft or runny yolk. The name comes from the dish in which the eggs are cooked.

In sewing, shirring is two or more rows of gathers used to decorate parts of garments, usually the sleeves, bodice or yoke.

A shirt is a cloth garment for the upper body. Originally an undergarment worn exclusively by men, it has become, in American English, a catch-all term for almost any garment other than outerwear such as sweaters, coats, jackets, or undergarments such as bras, vests or base layers

Shirty may mean:* Aggressive or bad-tempered, in British and Australian English. Example: "I have developed an elevated shirty disposition due to the construction noise below my office."

Shisha (embroidery)
Shisheh embroidery, or mirror-work, is a type of embroidery which attaches small pieces of mirrors reflective metal to fabric. The term "shisheh" means glass in Persian, from where the word transferred to Urdu/Hindi and other related languages

, , , and are Japanese titles used to refer to or address teachers or masters of traditional Japanese arts including, but not limited to noh, shamisen, koto, ikebana, shodo, rakugo, and Japanese martial arts.

Shit is usually considered vulgar and profane in Modern English. As a noun it refers to fecal matter and as a verb it means to defecate or defecate in; in the plural it means diarrhea

The word shite may refer to:*The shite, the principal character in a Japanese Noh play*Shite, the person who performs the technique in aikido*A variation of shit, especially in Ireland and UK

The word Shiv or shiv may refer to:* Shiv , a type of sharp weapon* Shiva, a Hindu deity* A fictional location in Magic: The Gathering, see Dominaria* Shiv, a villain in the animated series Static Shock

Shiva (2006 film)
Shiva is a 2006 Hindi film produced and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film is a remake of the 1989 Telugu film of the same name, which was the debut film of Varma as a director

ShiVa (game engine)
ShiVa3D is a nextgen 3D game engine with a graphical editor designed to create applications and video games for the Web, Consoles and Mobile devices.

Shive (disambiguation)
Shive may refer to:People* Ian Shive, a nature and conservation photographer in Los Angeles, California* Madigan Shive, an American composer and musician from San Francisco, CaliforniaOther* Shive, a fitting used in ale casks

Shiver (disambiguation)
Shiver refers to shivering, a bodily function in response to early hypothermia in warm-blooded animals.Shiver may also refer to:* Eskalofrío, a 2008 Spanish horror film*Shiver, a novel by Maggie Stiefvater

Shiver (Rose Chronicles album)
Shiver was the debut album by Canadian rock act Rose Chronicles. It was released in 1994 by Nettwerk Records.-Track listing:*All songs written by Cochrane/Maranda/Thirsk/Van Der Woerd.# "Dwelling" # "Glide "

Shivers may refer to:*Shivers, an instance of shivering*Shivers , a series of children's horror novellas*Shivers , a 1975 movie directed by David Cronenberg

Shivers (album)
Shivers is the second studio album by Dutch trance producer and DJ Armin van Buuren.-Track listing:-Credits:*Track 1: Vocals by Justine Suissa*Track 2: Vocals by Mic Burns. Vocals produced by Mic Burns.

Shivers (novel series)
Shivers is a series of thirty-six children's horror novels written by M.D. Spenser. These are horror novels, each 120-125 pages long, for readers between the ages of 8 and 14. The series was created during the popularity of the Goosebumps series, and it has a similar style.The Shivers series was published between 1996 and 1998

In the Book of Mormon, Shiz is a Jaredite military leader who was beheaded by Coriantumr. Since the nineteenth century, the account of Shiz's death in the Book of Ether has been claimed by critics to be an error in the Book of Mormon

Shoal, shoals or shoaling may mean:* Shoal, a sandbank or reef creating shallow water, especially where it forms a hazard to shipping* Shoal draught , of a boat with shallow draught which can pass over some shoals: see Draft

Shoat (disambiguation)
A shoat is a young pig.Shoat may also refer to:* Sheep–goat chimera, resulting from embryo combining

Circulatory shock, commonly known simply as shock, is a life-threatening medical condition that occurs due to inadequate substrate for aerobic cellular respiration

Shock is a Japanese musical series. The producer of the show is Johnny Kitagawa, head of the talent agency Johnny & Associates. In charge of the production is Koichi Domoto, a member of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids. Starting out in 2000, Shock has been performed annually ever since. As of March 2009, it has been on stage for ten years in a row

Shock (1977 film)
Shock is an Italian horror film directed by Italian horror director Mario Bava. This was Bava's last film before he died of a heart attack in 1980

Shock (2004 film)
Shock is a 2004 Tamil film. The movie stars Prashanth, Meena and Abbas and is directed by Thiagarajan. The music is by Salim-Sulaiman. Shock is a remake of Bhoot, a Hindi film. It was unsuccessful at the box office.-Plot:

Shock (Fear Factory song)
"Shock" is a song by American metal band Fear Factory. It was the lead single from their 1998 album Obsolete and the first track on the album. Its music was composed by guitarist Dino Cazares and drummer Raymond Herrera. The lyrics were written by vocalist Burton C. Bell

Shock absorber
A shock absorber is a mechanical device designed to smooth out or damp shock impulse, and dissipate kinetic energy. It is a type of dashpot.-Nomenclature:

Shock Waves (album)
Shock Waves is a compilation album by Japanese heavy metal band Vow Wow. The album was released in 1986 in the USA.-Side One:# "Nightless City"# "Shot in the Dark"# "Running Wild"# "Signs of the Times"# "Go Insane"-Side Two:# "Beat of Metal Motion"

"Shocked" is a dance pop song written by Stock, Aitken & Waterman for Kylie Minogue's third studio album Rhythm of Love . It was produced by Stock, Aitken & Waterman and received a positive reception from music critics

Shocking Pink
Shocking Pink is the eighth cartoon produced in the Pink Panther series. A total of 124 6-minute cartoons were produced between 1964 and 1980.-Plot:

Shockproof is a 1949 movie starring Cornel Wilde and Patricia Knight.The director of Shockproof, Douglas Sirk, said he took the assignment because the movie dealt with one of his favorite themes: the price of flouting taboos.

Shockwave (TV series)
Shockwave is an American documentary television series that premiered on November 30, 2007, on History. The program compiles video footage and eyewitness accounts to the headline making events and attempts to educate the viewer as to what really happened in a particular event.The series is a combination of Spike TV's World's Most Amazing Videos, National Geographic Channel's

A shoebox, shoe-box or shoe box may refer to one of the following.*A box for storing shoes*"Shoe Box", a 1995 single by the Canadian band Barenaked Ladies*Dingbat *Shoebox style