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Shoemaker (disambiguation)
A shoemaker is someone employed making shoes.Shoemaker may also refer to:- People named Shoemaker :* Ann Shoemaker , American actress* Benjamin Shoemaker, mayor of Philadelphia during the 18th century

Shoes (album)
Shoes is the debut album by Kelly. It features electroclash backbeats and comedic lyrics. It was released on June 21, 2006. Six of the songs were made into music videos. In June 2009, it became available for purchase on CD at

Shoes (Reparata song)
"Shoes" is a 1975 single by Reparata. The record is sometimes incorrectly called "Shoes ".-Music and lyrics:The track was originally recorded by Felix Harp, a band from Trafford and Level Green, Pennsylvania, and released as a single "She Didn't Forget Her Shoes " in 1973 for Lou Guarino's NAMI label , produced by Guarino

Shoeshine may refer to:* Shoeshine , a 1946 film directed by Vittorio De Sica* Shoe polish* Shoeshiner* Shoeshine Boy - alter ego of Underdog superheromay or may not work as an aphrodisiac.

Shoeshiner or boot polisher is a profession in which a person polishes shoes with shoe polish. They are often known as shoeshine boys because the job is traditionally that of a male child. In the leather fetish communities, they are often called bootblacks

A shofar is a horn, traditionally that of a ram, used for Jewish religious purposes. Shofar-blowing is incorporated in synagogue services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.Shofar come in a variety of sizes.- Bible and rabbinic literature :

Shogun (album)
The album received generally positive reviews, with Chad Bowar of praising the band's progress on songwriting, as well as their musicianship

Shogun (Stormwitch album)
Shogun was the seventh album by the German heavy metal band Stormwitch, released in 1994. It is probably the most controversial of Stormwitch's albums and poorly received by fans due to its almost entirely different sound, with progressive elements and very little of their classic heavy metal styles. It also marked the end of their original span which has lasted from 1982 - 1994

Shogun (toolbox)
Shogun is an Free software, open source toolbox written in C++. It offers numerous algorithms and data structures for machine learning problems.Shogun is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 or later.-Description:

In traditional Japanese architecture, a shōji is a door, window or room divider consisting of translucent paper over a frame of wood which holds together a lattice of wood or bamboo

Shoji (disambiguation)
Shōji is a masculine Japanese given name written with various kanji .- People :* Shoji Akiyoshi , Japanese wrestler* Shōji Hamada , Japanese potter* Shoji Hashimoto , Japanese Go player

Shona may refer to:*Shona people, a Southern African people*Shona language, a Bantu language spoken By Shona people*Eilean Shona, a Scottish island*Shona

was a after Kōan and before Einin. This period spanned the years from April 1288 through August 1293. The reigning emperor was .-Change of era:* 1288 : The new era name was created to mark an event or a number of events

Shoofly can refer to*Shoofly pie*Shoo Fly, Don't Bother Me, a traditional children's song.*Shoo-Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy, a song first performed by June Christy.

Shook may refer to:* Shook, Missouri, United States* Shook , a British music magazine* Edwin M. Shook Maya archaeologist* Kerry Shook , a senior pastor of Fellowship of The Woodlands

Shoop may refer to:*"Exhale ", a song by Whitney Houston*"Shoop" , by Salt-n-Pepa*"The Shoop Shoop Song "*Shoop, internet slang for photoshopping*Photoshop-People:*John Shoop , American football coach

Shoots are new plant growth, they can include stems, flowering stems with flower buds, and leaves. The new growth from seed germination that grows upward is a shoot where leaves will develop

Shoot (disambiguation)
Shoot is an immature plant or portion of a plant.Shoot may also refer to:General use* Shooting, the firing of rifles, shotguns, or other projectile weapons

Shoot (film)
Shoot is a Canadian film directed by Harvey Hart. The screenplay was written by Richard Berg and based on the novel of the same name by Douglas Fairbairn.

Shoot (magazine)
Shoot, or Shoot Monthly, is a football magazine published in the UK since 1969.- Introduction :Shoot began publication as a weekly and was arguably the most popular football magazine in the UK, remaining the strongest magazine in this market until the mid-1990s

Shoot Down
Shoot Down is a 2006 documentary regarding the events surrounding the Brothers to the Rescue organization and the eventual shootdown of two of its aircraft.

Shoot the Moon
Shoot the Moon is a 1982 drama film directed by Alan Parker, written by Bo Goldman and starring Albert Finney and Diane Keaton, in their Golden Globe-nominated performances. The film also features Peter Weller, Karen Allen and Dana Hill. The film was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.-Plot:The marriage of Faith and George Dunlap is in serious trouble

Shoot the Moon (album)
Shoot the Moon is an EP by the American punk rock band Pinhead Gunpowder. It was released on March 30, 1999 through Adeline Records. It was re-released on CD and vinyl through Recess Records on February 12, 2010.-Track listing:

Shoot the Moon (disambiguation)
Shoot the Moon is a 1982 film.Shoot the Moon may also refer to:*Shooting the moon, in card games is to obtain the highest possible outcome through the very risky strategy of achieving the lowest possible score

Shooter may refer to:Films* Shooter , a 2000 short film depicting four paparazzi on a stakeout* Shooters , a 2001 UK television drama documentary film, set in Liverpool* Shooters , a 2002 theatrical film

Shooter (song)
"Shooter" is the third single from Lil Wayne's fifth studio album Tha Carter II, and is featured on Robin Thicke's second studio album The Evolution of Robin Thicke. The song was also featured on the Like Father, Like Son bonus disc. The song samples the electric piano from Gang Starr’s "Mass Appeal"

Shooters (2001 film)
Shooters is a drama documentary film, directed by Dan Reed for Suspect Device Films. The Film is set in Liverpool and used local criminals as actors depicting the lives of local 'gangsters'

Shooting is the act or process of firing rifles, shotguns or other projectile weapons such as bows or crossbows. Even the firing of artillery, rockets and missiles can be called shooting. A person who specializes in shooting is a marksman

Shooting (disambiguation)
Shooting may refer to:* Shooting of a projectile weapon** A shooting can refer to any number of types of assaults by guns, including school shootings, mass murder, and spree killing, in which a group or individual shoots a number of people in a single event** Shooting game, video game subgenre* Shooting sports* Shooting * Shooting, production aspect of

Shooting Star
Shooting star is a common name for the visible path of a meteoroid as it enters the atmosphere to become a meteor.Shooting star may also refer to:* Shooting Star Children's Hospice, a UK children's charity* The Shooting Star, a 1942 Tintin adventure

Shooting Star (Air Traffic song)
"Shooting Star" is a single by English indie rock band Air Traffic. It was the second single to be released from the band's debut album, Fractured Life

Shooting Star (album)
Shooting Star is the 1980 self-titled debut album by the group Shooting Star. Shooting Star was the first American musical act signed by then upstart label Virgin Records. Gus Dudgeon, mainly known for his work with Elton John, produced the album

Shooting Star (Deepest Blue song)
"Shooting Star" is a song by Deepest Blue, which was released as he fourth and final single from their debut album Late September. It was their first single not to make the UK Top 40, peaking at #57. The group were dropped by their record label and decided to split soon after the release of this single

Shooting Star (Elkie Brooks album)
-Background:Brooks' third album was a departure from her previous work and enjoyed relative success in the UK charts. Taking the place of Leiber & Stoller was renowned producer David Kershenbaum who was to guide Brooks along a more funk orientated sound than on her previous work

Shooting Star (Onegai Teacher song)
This single contains the opening and ending themes for the anime series Onegai Teacher. Shooting Star which was performed by Kotoko is the opening theme while Sora no Mori de by Mami Kawada is the ending theme

Shooting Star (Poison song)
"Shooting Star" is a song by American rock band Poison, it's the third single from the Poison studio album Hollyweird, which debuted at #103 on the Billboard 200 chart and #8 on the Independent Albums chart.

A shootout is a gun battle between armed groups. A shootout often, but not necessarily, pits law enforcement against criminal elements; it could also involve two groups outside of law enforcement, such as rival gangs. A shootout in a military context A shootout is a gun battle between armed groups. A shootout often, but not necessarily, pits law enforcement against criminal elements; it could also involve two groups outside of law enforcement, such as rival gangs. A shootout in a military context A shootout is a gun battle between armed groups. A shootout often, but not necessarily, pits law enforcement against criminal elements; it could also involve two groups outside of law enforcement, such as rival gangs. A shootout in a military context (i.e

Shootout (TV series)
Shootout, also known as Sunday Morning Shootout, is a talk and interview program produced by the cable television network AMC. The episodes first aired on AMC on Sunday mornings, before being rerun and syndicated to other networks .The show debuted on October 12, 2003

Shopaholic is a series of novels written by the UK author Sophie Kinsella, who also writes under her real name Madeleine Wickham. The books follow protagonist Becky Bloomwood through her adventures in shopping and life. As of September 2010, there are six books in the series. The entire series has been optioned by a Hollywood studio

Shopaholic is a term used to describe individual who consider themselves as addicted to shopping.Shopaholic can also refer to:*A slang term for Compulsive Shopping also known as Compulsive buying disorder

Shopaholic (television)
Shopaholic is a Norwegian television series first broadcast on TV3 in 2004. Pia Haraldsen and Hilde Marstrander judged consumer products on this shopping program.-References:

Shopfront contemporary arts centre has members between the ages of 8 and 25, located in Carlton, New South Wales, Australia. Shopfront provides a place, resources, training, and development opportunities for young artists

Shopgirl (novella)
Shopgirl is a 2000 novella written by Steve Martin. Martin adapted his book for a 2005 film of the same title.-Synopsis:Its titular character is young, lonely, depressed, Vermont transplant Mirabelle Buttersfield, who sells expensive evening gloves nobody ever buys at Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills and spends her evenings watching television with her two cats

A shopkeeper is an individual who owns a shop. Generally, shop employees are not shopkeepers, but are often incorrectly referred to as shopkeepers. Today, a shopkeeper is usually referred to as a manager, though this term could apply to larger firms .*In many south asian languages like Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, etc, a shopkeeper is known as a 'dukandar'.

Shopper may refer to:*Personal shopper*Computer Shopper *Window Shopper*Secret shopper *Euro Shopper*Happy Shopper*A newspaper that contains only or mainly advertising

Shopworn is a 1932 Pre-Code romantic drama film starring Barbara Stanwyck and Regis Toomey.-Plot:Waitress Kitty Lane and wealthy David Livingston fall in love. However his overly protective mother Helen does not approve and does everything she can to break them up

A shore or shoreline is the fringe of land at the edge of a large body of water, such as an ocean, sea, or lake. In Physical Oceanography a shore is the wider fringe that is geologically modified by the action of the body of water past and present, while the beach is at the edge of the shore, representing the intertidal zone where there is one

Shoreline (Indie Band)
Shoreline were a four piece indie rock band from Hampshire. Formed in Spring 2006 by Matthew Phelps and Matthew Cartwright, the band expanded with the arrival of Rebecca Halpin on lead vocals in September of that year and Thom Ashworth on bass guitar in September 2007

Short may refer to:* Short circuit, an accidental connection between two nodes of an electrical circuit* Short , stock-trading position* Short film, a cinema format* Short subject, a cinema format used almost interchangeably with short film

Short (surname)
Short as a surname may refer to:* Alan Short , California legislator* Augustus Short , British-born Australian religious leader* Bob Short , American sports team owner* Bobby Short , American musician

Short Circuit
Short Circuit is a 1986 comedy science fiction film starring Ally Sheedy and Steve Guttenberg and directed by John Badham. Fisher Stevens, Austin Pendleton, and G. W

Short Circuits (film)
Short Circuits is a 2007 Slovene film directed by Janez Lapajne. It was Slovenia's submission to the 80th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Short Orders
-Cast:* Stan Laurel - Waiter* Marie Mosquini - Cashier* Eddie Baker - Cafe owner* Jack Ackroyd - Customer* Mark Jones - Customer* George Rowe - Chef

Short sale (real estate)
A short sale is a sale of real estate in which the proceeds from selling the property will fall short of the balance of debts secured by liens against the property and the property owner cannot afford to repay the liens' full amounts, whereby the lien holders agree to release their lien on the real estate and accept less than the amount owed on the debt

Short Sharp Shock
Short Sharp Shock are a crossover thrash band from Liverpool, England. They are signed to the music label Earache Records.

Short Sharp Shock (album)
Short Sharp Shock is the debut album by crossover thrash band SSS, released in 2006 and re-released in 2007 with a bonus track.-Track listing:# Quiet Before the Storm - 1:24# Warhorse - 1:50# New Dogs - 1:29# The Answer Is Never - 1:33

Short Stories (Miyuki Nakajima album)
is the 28th studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in November 2000. The album features commercially successful double A-Side single "Earthly Stars "/"Headlight, Taillight", which became the number-one hit in later years and sold more than a million copies in Japan alone.-Track listing:All songs written and composed by Miyuki Nakajima, arranged

Short story
A short story is a work of fiction that is usually written in prose, often in narrative format. This format tends to be more pointed than longer works of fiction, such as novellas and novels. Short story definitions based on length differ somewhat, even among professional writers, in part because of the fragmentation of the medium into genres

Short Story
Short Story is a piece for violin and piano composed by George Gershwin in 1927.Gershwin composed the duet from two other short works that premiered at the same time as his Three Preludes. He combined a section of the "Novelette in Fourths" and another slower work to create this piece.

Shortbread is a type of unleavened biscuit which is traditionally made from one part white sugar, two parts butter, and three parts oatmeal flour. The use of plain white flour is common today, and other ingredients like ground rice or cornflour are sometimes added to alter the texture

Shortcut may refer to:*File shortcut, a file that contains only the location of another file in the computer*Keyboard shortcuts, a combination of keystrokes that provides easier access to a command or operation*Shortcut , a Swedish magazine

Shorten is a file format used for compressing audio data. It is a form of data compression of files and is used to losslessly compress CD-quality audio files . Shorten is no longer developed and more recent lossless audio codecs such as FLAC, Monkey's Audio , TTA, and WavPack have become more popular