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Shredding (disassembling genomic data)
Shredding refers to the process in bioinformatics of taking assembled sequences and disassembling them into short sequences of usually 500 to 750 base pairs

Shrek (disambiguation)
Shrek is a 2001 film from DreamWorks Animation.Shrek may also refer to:* Shrek!, a children's book on which the 2001 film is based* Shrek , the entire Shrek film series from DreamWorks Animation

Shrek (musical)
Shrek the Musical is a musical with music by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire. It is based on the 2001 DreamWorks film Shrek and William Steig's 1990 book Shrek!. After a tryout in Seattle, the original Broadway production opened in December 2008, and closed after a run of over 12 months in January 2010

Shrek (series)
Shrek is a series of animated films, based on the picture book with the same name by William Steig in the early 1990s.-Films:#Shrek #Shrek 2 #Shrek the Third #Shrek Forever After -Theme Park Rides:

Shrek (sheep)
Shrek was a Merino wether belonging to Bendigo Station, a sheep station near Tarras, New Zealand, who gained international fame in 2004 after he avoided being caught and shorn for six years. Merinos are normally shorn annually, but Shrek apparently hid in caves, avoiding muster

Shrek (video game)
Shrek is a video game based on the first installment in the popular movie series. It was released exclusively as an Xbox launch title on Wednesday, November 14, 2001.This is the first Shrek video game to be rated T for Teen by the ESRB

Shrew
A shrew or shrew mouse is a small molelike mammal classified in the order Soricomorpha. True shrews are also not to be confused with West Indies shrews, treeshrews, otter shrews, or elephant shrews, which belong to different families or orders.Although its external appearance is generally that of a long-nosed mouse, a shrew is not a rodent, as mice are,

Shriek
Shriek may refer to:* A kind of vociferation* a slang term for the exclamation mark, used in some computing and mathematical contexts, such as f_! and f^! being called shriek maps.

Shrift
Shrift may refer to:* Shrift , a band with Nina Miranda* Confession* Absolution

Shrike
Shrikes are passerine birds of the family Laniidae. The family is composed of thirty-one species in three genera. The family name, and that of the largest genus, Lanius, is derived from the Latin word for "butcher", and some shrikes were also known as "butcher birds" because of their feeding habits

SHRIMP
The sensitive high resolution ion microprobe is a large-diameter, double-focusing secondary ion mass spectrometer sector instrument produced by Australian Scientific Instruments in Canberra, Australia

Shrimp (disambiguation)
Shrimp is a crustacean of order Decapoda within class Malacostraca, and a widespread foodstuff.Shrimp can also refer to:Crustaceans* Mantis shrimp, a crustacean of order Stomatopoda within class Malacostraca

Shrink
Shrink can refer to:*Miniaturization*Resizing *"Shrink" or "head shrinker", Bold text slang term for a mental health professional such as a psychiatrist or psychologist

Shrink
Shrink can refer to:*Miniaturization*Resizing *"Shrink" or "head shrinker", Bold text slang term for a mental health professional such as a psychiatrist or psychologist

Shrink-Wrapped
"Shrink-Wrapped" is a third season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:Detective Goren and Eames investigate the brutal muder of a young jazz musician found in his recording studio

Shrinkage
Shrinkage has multiple meanings, depending on the context.* Shrinkage – the loss of products* Shrinkage – a technique to improve an estimator* Shrinkage – a common problem when doing laundry

Shrinkage (accounting)
In financial accounting the term inventory shrinkage is the loss of products between point of manufacture or purchase from supplier and point of sale. The term shrink relates to the difference in the amount of margin or profit a retailer can obtain

Shrinkage (statistics)
In statistics, shrinkage has two meanings:*In relation to the general observation that, in regression analysis, a fitted relationship appears to perform less well on a new data set than on the data set used for fitting. In particular the value of the coefficient of determination 'shrinks'

Shrivel
Shrivelling is a natural phenomenon where an object, with an attached sub-elastic covering, has its interior volume reduced in some way. The covering, which cannot contract any further, is then obliged to wrinkle and buckle, in order to preserve surface area while containing the lesser volume.For example, in raisin production manufacturers shrivel grapes by drying

Shropshire (disambiguation)
-People:*Adonis Shropshire, american producer.*Courtney Shropshire, the founder of Civitan International.*Darrell Shropshire, an American football player*Elmo Shropshire, a singer.*Mike Shropshire, a sportswriter.*Terilyn A

Shroud
Shroud usually refers to an item, such as a cloth, that covers or protects some other object. The term is most often used in reference to burial sheets, winding-cloths or winding-sheets, such as the famous Shroud of Turin or Tachrichim that Jews are dressed in for burial

Shroud (disambiguation)
A shroud is a burial cloth. Shroud may also refer to:* Shroud , a fictional superhero in the Marvel Comics universe* Shroud , a rope that gives support to the masts in sailing ships* Shroud , a novel by John Banville

Shrove Tuesday
Shrove Tuesday is a term used in English-speaking countries, especially in Ireland, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Germany, and parts of the United States for the day preceding Ash Wednesday, the first day of the season of fasting and prayer called Lent.The

Shrub
A shrub or bush is distinguished from a tree by its multiple stems and shorter height, usually under 5–6 m tall. A large number of plants may become either shrubs or trees, depending on the growing conditions they experience

Shrug
A shrug is a form of nonverbal communication that is performed by lifting both shoulders up, and is an indication of an individual either not knowing an answer to a question, or not caring about a result. It can also be used when someone is simply ignoring the person's question. It may be accentuated with raised eyebrows and/or an exaggerated frown

Shua
Shua is a village in the Astara Rayon of Azerbaijan.

Shuck
Shuck may refer to:*The shell sections of grains*Black Shuck, mythical dog*Ryan Shuck, guitarist*William E. Shuck, Jr., Medal of Honor recipient

Shudder (album)
Shudder is the fourth full-length album from the band Bayside, released on September 30, 2008. Prior to its release, singer Anthony Raneri described the album as having a more punk sound than their previous record The Walking Wounded. The title comes from a lyric in the track "I Can't Go On".On September 5, 2008, the album was leaked onto various file-sharing sites

Shuffle
Shuffling is a procedure used to randomize a deck of playing cards to provide an element of chance in card games. Shuffling is often followed by a cut, to help ensure that the shuffler has not manipulated the outcome.-Shuffling techniques:

Shuffle (game show)
Shuffle was an American game show that aired on The Family Channel. It ran from March 7 to June 10, 1994. Wink Martindale hosted, and Randy West announced.

Shun
Shun was a 23rd-22nd century BC leader of ancient China, among the Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors, whose half-century of rule was one of the longest in Chinese history.-Life of Shun:

Shun
Shun may refer to one of the following:*Shun , a legendary leader of ancient China*Shun Dynasty, dynasty established by Li Zicheng in 1644*To shun, which means avoiding association with an individual or group

Shunt
Shunt may refer to:* Shunt - a hole or passage allowing fluid to move from one part of the body to another* Shunt - a device allowing electrical current to pass around a point in a circuit

Shuri
Shuri may refer to:* Shuri, Bhutan* Shuri, Okinawa - former capital of the Ryūkyū Kingdom.* Shuri Kondo

Shush
Shush may be:*the Iranian town of Shush**the Persian name of ancient Susa, which is next to the modern town**Shush County, Iran**a Tehran metro station* S.H.U.S.H., the fictional peace-keeping organization* Slang to keep quiet

Shut
Shut may refer to the following*Shut Up, an interjection used to get somebody to stop talking*Shutdown*Shut eye, a magician who tricks himself*Shut Out*Shut-in*Shut , directed by Andrei Andreyevich Eshpai

Shut Down (Australian Crawl song)
"Shut Down" is the first single released by Australian rock band Australian Crawl from their third studio album Sons of Beaches. The song was written by drummer Bill McDonough and features lead vocals by James Reyne. The B-side was the non-album track "Creating Monsters"."Shut Down" was released in June, 1982 and reached #17 on the Australian Singles Chart in 1982.-Charts:

Shut Out
"Shut Out" is a single from the Paul Jabara album of the same name and features special guest vocals by Donna Summer. On the album, it is used as the first half of a medley another with another song called "Heaven is a Disco."

Shut Out (album)
Shut Out is the debut album by American actor, singer and songwriter Paul Jabara.The album which was released on the Casablanca Records label in 1977 includes the singles "Shut Out" , "Dance" and "Slow Dancing"

Shut Out (album)
Shut Out is the debut album by American actor, singer and songwriter Paul Jabara.The album which was released on the Casablanca Records label in 1977 includes the singles "Shut Out" , "Dance" and "Slow Dancing"

Shut up
Shut up is a slang term meaning "be quiet". Referring to "close your mouth", it is usually considered to be rude. It may also refer to:*"Shut Up ", a single by Sin With Sebastian*"Shut Up"

Shut Up (LaFee album)
Shut Up is the third album recorded by LaFee, released on 27 June 2008. The music video for the first single, Shut Up, premiered on 30 May on The Dome

Shut Up (Madness song)
"Shut Up" is a pop song written by Suggs and Chris Foreman. It was recorded by British pop/ska band Madness, and was featured on the band's third album 7. It was released as a single on September 11, 1981, spending 10 weeks in the UK Singles Chart

Shutdown (computing)
To shut down or power off a computer is to remove power from a computer's main components in a controlled way. After a computer is shut down, main components such as CPUs, RAM modules and hard disk drives are powered down, although some internal components, such as an internal clock, may retain power.-Windows:In Microsoft Windows, a PC or server is shut down by selecting the

Shutdown (economics)
In economics, a firm will shutdown production when the revenue received from the sale of the goods or services produced cannot even cover the variable costs of production

Shutdown (nuclear reactor)
In a nuclear reactor, shutdown refers to the state of the reactor when it is subcritical by at least a margin defined in the reactor's technical specifications

Shutdown (web series)
"./shutdown" is an online sitcom about a group of Help Desk employees at a fictional Southern California-based technology company named "Morbotech". The season consists of webisodes running 4–10 minutes long.

Shutter
Shutter may refer to:Windows:*Window shutter, a solid window covering used to block light and winds*Plantation Shutters/Jigsaw Shutters, interior wooden louvred shutters to control heat, light and privacy

Shutter
Shutter may refer to:Windows:*Window shutter, a solid window covering used to block light and winds*Plantation Shutters/Jigsaw Shutters, interior wooden louvred shutters to control heat, light and privacy

Shutter (2008 film)
Shutter is a 2008 American remake of the 2004 Thai horror film of the same name. The remake was directed by Masayuki Ochiai, and was released on March 21, 2008.-Plot:

Shuttle
The original meaning of the word shuttle is the device used in weaving to carry the weft. By reference to the continual to-and-fro motion associated with that, the term was then applied in transportation and then in other spheres

Shuttle
The original meaning of the word shuttle is the device used in weaving to carry the weft. By reference to the continual to-and-fro motion associated with that, the term was then applied in transportation and then in other spheres

Shuttle (Amtrak)
Amtrak runs Shuttles between Springfield, Massachusetts and New Haven, Connecticut along Amtrak's New Haven–Springfield Line. These shuttles connect with Northeast Regional service at the New Haven station, usually a cross-platform or same platform transfer.

Shuttlecock
A shuttlecock, sometimes called a bird or birdie, is a high-drag projectile used in the sport of badminton. It has an open conical shape: the cone is formed from sixteen or so overlapping feathers, usually goose or duck and from the left wing only, embedded into a rounded cork base

Shy (company)
SHY is an Italian owned fashion label specialising in women's shoes and handbags. It was founded in Riviera del Brenta, Venice in 2001. SHY are considered high fashion and have very few stores, all of which are within Europe

Shylock
Shylock is a fictional character in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice.-In the play:In The Merchant of Venice, Shylock is a Jewish moneylender who lends money to his Christian rival, Antonio, setting the security at a pound of Antonio's flesh

Shyness
In humans, shyness is a social psychology term used to describe the feeling of apprehension, lack of comfort, or awkwardness experienced when a person is in proximity to, approaching, or being approached by other people, especially in new situations or with unfamiliar people

Shyster (disambiguation)
A shyster is generally a charlatan, a person practising quackery or some similar confidence trick in order to obtain money or advantage by pretense.Shyster may also refer to:

Si
Si, si, or SI may refer to :- Measurement, mathematics and science :* International System of Units , the modern international standard version of the metric system

Sia
-People:*Sia Berkeley , British actress*Sia Figiel , Samoan novelist, poet and painter*Sia Furler , Australian singer

Sial
In geology, the sial is the upper layer of the Earth's crust made of rocks rich in silicates and aluminium minerals. It is sometimes equated with the continental crust because it is absent in the wide oceanic basins, but "sial" is a geochemical term rather than a plate tectonic term.Geologists often refer to the rocks in this layer as felsic, because they contain high levels of

Siamese
Siamese most commonly refer to:*The Thai language*The Thai people*Someone or something from Thailand: see Siam *Siamese *Siamese twinsAmongst animals:*Siamese Crocodile*Siamese mud carp

Siân
Siân or Sian, pronounced , is a Welsh feminine given name, equivalent to the English name Jane or the Irish name Siobhan.-List of people with given name Siân or Sian or Siana :*Siân Berry, Green Party politician*Sian Evans, Welsh singer with Kosheen

SIAT
SIAT may refer to:* S.I.A.T. , the predecessor company of the Spanish car maker SEAT * Siebelwerke/ATG, a German aircraft manufacturer

SIB
SIB can refer to:*The Worst Chilean graffiti crew that means "Somewere I Belong"* As SIB, a nick for Sibtain* As Sib, a town in Oman* Savings and Investment Bank, a failed bank on the Isle of Man* Scale-Index-Base byte used in x86 instruction encoding

Sibling
Siblings are people who share at least one parent. A male sibling is called a brother; and a female sibling is called a sister. In most societies throughout the world, siblings usually grow up together and spend a good deal of their childhood socializing with one another