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Siegfried
Siegfried is a German language male given name, meaning "victory peace".Siegfried may also refer to:-People:* Sigfrid of Sweden , English missionary to Sweden and patron saint of Växjö

Siegfried (band)
Siegfried is an Heavy metal band from Austria that was founded in 1998 by Bruder Cle, aka Hagen, who was later joined by Daniel Bachmaier , aka Ortwin, and former Dreams of Sanity singer Sandra Schleret. In 2000 they released a demo cd called Fafnir. Later in 2000 they were signed to Napalm Records releasing their first album, Drachenherz, in 2001

Siek (Amt)
Siek is an Amt in the district of Stormarn, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The seat of the Amt is in Siek.The Amt Siek consists of the following municipalities:#Braak#Brunsbek#Hoisdorf#Siek#Stapelfeld

Siemens
Siemens may refer toSiemens, a German family name carried by generations of telecommunications industrialists, including:* Werner von Siemens , inventor, founder of Siemens AG

Siempre
Siempre is the fourth album of the operatic pop vocal group Il Divo.-Background:According to producer Steve Mac in an interview with HitQuarters, preparation for the album would involve Simon Cowell compiling a list of around 200 potential songs. Cowell would then whittle this number down to around 40 which he then presented to Mac for consideration

Sien
Sien may refer to:*Sien of Diauehi, king of an ancient people of north-east Anatolia*Sien, Germany

Sienna
Sienna is a form of limonite clay most famous in the production of oil paint pigments. Its yellow-brown colour comes from ferric oxides contained within

Sienna
Sienna is a form of limonite clay most famous in the production of oil paint pigments. Its yellow-brown colour comes from ferric oxides contained within

Siento
Siento is the 24th Studio album by Puerto Rican singer Yolandita Monge. It was released in 1999. This album returned the singer to her usual strong ballads. It includes the radio hit "Dime". The album earned Gold status and is currently out of print

Sierra
Sierra can refer to:- Mountains and mountain ranges :* Sierra mountains * Sierra de Juárez, mountain range in Baja California, Mexico

Sierra (TV series)
Sierra was a short-lived 1974 television crime drama series focusing on the efforts of National Park Service rangers to enforce federal law and to effect wilderness rescues. The program aired on NBC and was packaged by Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited for Universal Television. John Denver wrote the show's theme song. Robert A

Siesta
A siesta is a short nap taken in the early afternoon, often after the midday meal. Such a period of sleep is a common tradition in some countries, particularly those where the weather is warm.

Siete (album)
Siete is the fifth studio album of Carlos Varela, released in 2003.-Track listing:#"Échate a correr" - 4:26#"Callejón sin luz" - 4:33#"Estás" - 4:35#"Dudas" - 5:24#"Colgando del cielo" - 5:20#"Delicadeza" - 2:34#"Siete" - 4:38

Sieve
A sieve, or sifter, separates wanted elements from unwanted material using a woven screen such as a mesh or net. However, in cooking, especially with flour, a sifter is used to aerate the substance, among other things. A strainer is a type of sieve typically used to separate a solid from a liquid

SIFT
SIFT may refer to:* Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, a public university in Shanghai, China* Scale-invariant feature transform, an algorithm in computer vision to detect and describe local features in images

SIG (band)
SIG was a pop band from Raisio, Finland, formed in 1978. The singer of the band was Matti Inkinen. Two SIG's probably most famous songs are “Vuosisadan rakkaustarina“ and “Hyvää syntymäpäivää“ .-Discography:* Matkalla maineeseen

Sigfred
Sigfred was possibly the second official king of Denmark whose reign started no later than the 770s and ended around 800. The precise dates remains unknown.

Sigh
A sigh is a deep and especially audible, single exhalation of air out of the mouth or nose, that humans use to communicate emotion. It is voiced pharyngeal fricative, sometimes associated with a guttural glottal breath exuded in a low tone. It often arises from a negative emotion, such as dismay, dissatisfaction, boredom, or futility

Sight
Sight may refer to:*Visual perception*Sight , used to assist aim by guiding the eye*Sight , a 2005 concert DVD by Keller Williams*Sight , a first-person shooter video game created by FPS Creator

Sight (2008 film)
Sight is a horror movie released April 20, 2008 directed by Adam Ahlbrandt.- Plot :Jeffrey leads a quiet existence. Living in constant fear of being labeled a psychopath, Jeffrey constructs a complex world of denial. He is haunted by the spirits of the vengeful dead, which he can see while no one else can

Sight (Keller Williams video)
Sight is a DVD released in 2005. The film is a recording of a two day concert run by Keller Williams in November 2004 at Mr. Small's theater facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sight Unseen
Sight Unseen may refer to:* "Sight Unseen" , an episode of the television series Charmed* "Sight Unseen", a 2002 episode of the television series Stargate SG-1* Sight Unseen, a play by Donald Margulies

Sigla
Sigła is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Aleksandrów, within Biłgoraj County, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland. It lies approximately east of Aleksandrów, south-east of Biłgoraj, and south of the regional capital Lublin.

Sigli
Sigli is a town in Aceh province of Indonesia and it is the seat of Pidie Regency.Sigli is locate 112 kilometers from Banda Aceh.SportPersatuan Sepakbola Aceh Pidie is the football club from Sigli.

Sigma
Sigma is the eighteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, and carries the 'S' sound. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 200. When used at the end of a word, and the word is not all upper case, the final form is used, e.g

Sigmoid
Sigmoid means resembling the lower-case Greek letter sigma or the Latin letter S. Specific uses include:* Sigmoid function, a mathematical function* Sigmoid colon, part of the large intestine or colon

Sigmoid colon
The sigmoid colon is the part of the large intestine that is closest to the rectum and anus. It forms a loop that averages about 40 cm

Sigmoidoscopy
Sigmoidoscopy From Greek Sigma - eidos - scopy, to look inside an s-like object, is the minimally invasive medical examination of the large intestine from the rectum through the last part of the colon. There are two types of sigmoidoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, which uses a flexible endoscope, and rigid sigmoidoscopy, which uses a rigid device

Sign
A sign is something that implies a connection between itself and its object. A natural sign bears a causal relation to its object—for instance, thunder is a sign of storm. A conventional sign signifies by agreement, as a full stop signifies the end of a sentence

SIGN
A sign is an entity which indicates another entity.Sign may also refer to:*Commercial signage*Sign *Sign *Sign *Sign language*Sign , an indication of negative and positive numbers

Sign (band)
Sign is an Icelandic rock band that was formed in 2001, as Halim, to compete in the Icelandic version of the Battle of the bands called Musiktilraunir.

Sign (song)
"Sign" is the twenty-sixth single released by Mr. Children on May 26, 2004. The title track was used as the theme song to the Japanese drama Orange Days and won the 'Song of the Year' award, known as the 'Grand Prize', in addition to the 'Gold Prize' award at the 46th annual Japan Record Awards ten years after the group's win for their 1994 single "Innocent World"

Sign language
A sign language is a language which, instead of acoustically conveyed sound patterns, uses visually transmitted sign patterns to convey meaning—simultaneously combining hand shapes, orientation and movement of the hands, arms or body, and facial expressions to fluidly express a speaker's thoughts.Wherever

Signa (opera)
Signa is an opera originally conceived in four acts with music by the British composer Frederic H. Cowen with a libretto by Gilbert Arthur à Beckett, with revisions by H.A. Rudall and Frederic Edward Weatherly after Ouida, with an Italian translation by G.A. Mazzucato, first performed in a reduced three act version at the Teatro Dal Verme, Milan on 12 November 1893

Signage
Signage is any kind of visual graphics created to display information to a particular audience. This is typically manifested in the form of wayfinding information in places such as streets or inside/outside of buildings.-History:

Signal
Signal, signals, signaling, or signalling may refer to:- Communications :* Signal * Beacon* Distress signal* International maritime signal flags, using the International Code of Signals

Signalman
A Signalman is a person who historically gave signals using flags and light. In modern times the role of Signalmen has evolved and now usually uses electronic communication equipment. Signalmen usually work in rail transport networks, armed forces, or construction

Signalman (rail)
A signalman or signaller is an employee of a railway transport network who operates the points and signals from a signal box in order to control the movement of trains.- History :

Signature
A signature is a handwritten depiction of someone's name, nickname, or even a simple "X" that a person writes on documents as a proof of identity and intent. The writer of a signature is a signatory. Similar to a handwritten signature, a signature work describes the work as readily identifying its creator

Signature (album)
Signature is the twelfth album of R&B singer Patrice Rushen. This album notable for Rushen as it marks a return to her Jazz background. Songs like "L'Esprit De Joie," and "Sweetest Taboo" are among the most enjoyable in her recent return to her Jazz roots. For fans of her Jazz work, the album was praised by both her previous jazz fans and R&B fans

Signature (dance group)
Signature are an English dance group which consists of British Pakistani Suleman Mirza and British Indian Madhu Singh. Their notable style of dance is British Bhangra and they frequently base their performances around Michael Jackson songs, such as "Billie Jean" and "Thriller"

Signature (logic)
In logic, especially mathematical logic, a signature lists and describes the non-logical symbols of a formal language. In universal algebra, a signature lists the operations that characterize an algebraic structure. In model theory, signatures are used for both purposes.Signatures play the same role in mathematics as type signatures in computer programming

Signer
Signer may refer to :*Martin Signer is a famous Swiss financial economist.*Roman Signer is principally a visual artist who works in sculpture, photography, and video.

Signet
Signet may refer to:* Signet ring, a ring with a seal set into it, typically by leaving an impression in sealing wax*Signet ring cell, a malignant cell type associated with cancers* Signet Books, an imprint of the New American Library

Significance
Significance can refer to:with purpose and importance* Meaning** In semiotics, the meaning assigned to a sign* Significant figures or significant digits, the precision of a numerical value* Significance , a stock issue in policy debate

Significant other
Significant other is colloquially used as a gender-blind term for a person's partner in an intimate relationship without disclosing or presuming anything about marital status, relationship status, or sexual orientation, as it is vague enough to avoid offense by using a term that an individual might consider inappropriate Significant other (or SO) is colloquially used as a gender-blind term for a person's partner in an intimate relationship without disclosing or presuming anything about marital status, relationship status, or sexual orientation, as it is vague enough to avoid offense by using a term that an individual might consider inappropriate Significant other (or SO) is colloquially used as a gender-blind term for a person's partner in an intimate relationship without disclosing or presuming anything about marital status, relationship status, or sexual orientation, as it is vague enough to avoid offense by using a term that an individual might consider inappropriate (e.g

Significant Other
Significant Other is the second album by American nu metal band Limp Bizkit, released on June 22, 1999. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200, selling 834,000 copies in its first week and received a Grammy Award nomination later in the year of its release. The RIAA certified it 7x platinum in September 2001 in the US alone, with total worldwide sales exceeding 14 million

Signify
Signify is the fourth studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, first released in September 1996. It was the first album that frontman Steven Wilson recorded with a full group of musicians on board from the beginning. Previously he had been recording albums primarily as a one-man band with help gradually from other musicians

Signing
Signing may refer to:* Using sign language* Signature, placing one's name on a document* Signature * Manual communication, signing as a form of communication using the hands in place of the voice

Signor
Signor may refer to:* Signor Brocolini , Irish-born American operatic singer* Signor Lawanda , American circus performer and strongman* Tari Signor , American actress

Signora
-Entertainment:*L'ha fatto una signora is a 1938 film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Michele Abruzzo.*La Signora is a character in Commedia dell'arte.*Signora Bovary is an album of Italian singer-songwriter Francesco Guccini.

Signs
Signs is the plural of sign. See sign .Signs may also refer to:*Signs , a 2002 film by M. Night Shyamalan*Signs , a journal of women's studies

Signs (band)
Signs is an American reggaeton duet. Originally a trio, the group eventually became a duo including Yarimar Huertas and Yalixia Figueroa.-History:The group was originated by member Yarimar, Tarrah & Kiara for a fifth grade talent show

Signs (Cardiacs song)
"Signs" is the eleventh single from the progressive punk band, Cardiacs, released in 1999. The song is from the album, Guns, while the other tracks on the single are exclusive to this release

Signum (Nanoha)
, voiced by Kaori Shimizu and Bailey Chadwick , is a character in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's. She appears in neither the previous series Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha nor the alternate universe story Triangle Heart, but appears in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS

Sigourney
Sigourney may refer to:People* James Sigourney, an American naval officer* Lydia Sigourney, a popular author and poet of the 19th century* Sigourney Bandjar, a Surinamese/Dutch footballer* Sigourney Howard, a minor character in F

Sigurd
Sigurd is a legendary hero of Norse mythology, as well as the central character in the Völsunga saga. The earliest extant representations for his legend come in pictorial form from seven runestones in Sweden and most notably the Ramsund carving Sigurd (Old Norse: Sigurðr) is a legendary hero of Norse mythology, as well as the central character in the Völsunga saga. The earliest extant representations for his legend come in pictorial form from seven runestones in Sweden and most notably the Ramsund carving Sigurd (Old Norse: Sigurðr) is a legendary hero of Norse mythology, as well as the central character in the Völsunga saga. The earliest extant representations for his legend come in pictorial form from seven runestones in Sweden and most notably the Ramsund carving (c

SIHA
SIHA is a four-letter acronym that may refer to:*Schweizerischer Eishockeyverband, The Swiss Ice Hockey Association*Scottish Ice Hockey Association*Swedish Ice Hockey Association*Singapore Ice Hockey Association

Sika
Sika may refer to several things including* Sika , an ethnic group in Indonesia*Sika language, the language of the Sika people*Sika Deer, a species of deer native to East Asia*Sika Anoai, a professional wrestler*Sika, Burkina Faso

Sikh
A Sikh is a follower of Sikhism. It primarily originated in the 15th century in the Punjab region of South Asia. The term "Sikh" has its origin in Sanskrit term शिष्य , meaning "disciple, student" or शिक्ष , meaning "instruction"

Sikkim (disambiguation)
Sikkim is a former independent kingdom and now a state of India.Sikkim may also refer to:*Sikkim , a documentary film about the Kingdom of Sikkim, by Satyajit Ray

Sila
Sıla is a Turkish television series directed by Gül Oğuz that airs on ATV and ATV Avrupa .-Cast:*Cansu Dere*Mehmet Akif Alakurt*Zeynep Eronat*Menderes Samancılar*Fatoş Tez*Fatoş Sezer*Muhammed Cangören*Kartal Balaban*Devrim Saltoğlu

Sila (album)
Sıla's debut album which was released by Sony BMG in Turkey. The album consists of 14 tracks and an official remix. The productor of the album is Ozan Doğulu. Also, Kenan Doğulu , Sezen Aksu , Yalın , Efe Bahadır , Murat Yeter and Mustafa Ceceli are the names who helped her with their lyrics and musics in the album. Self-titled album's first single was ...Dan Sonra

Silage
Silage is fermented, high-moisture fodder that can be fed to ruminants or used as a biofuel feedstock for anaerobic digesters. It is fermented and stored in a process called ensiling or silaging, and is usually made from grass crops, including corn , sorghum or other cereals, using the entire green plant

Silanization
Silanization is the covering of a surface through self-assembly with organofunctional alkoxysilane molecules. Mineral components like Mica, glass and metal oxide surfaces can all be silanized, because they contain hydroxyl groups which attack and displace the alkoxy groups on the silane thus forming a covalent -Si-O-Si- bond

Silas (disambiguation)
Silas or SILAS may refer to:People:* Silas, a 1st century leading figure among the early Christian community in Jerusalem* Silas , real name Jorge Fernandes* Paulo Silas, a Brazilian football player

Silat
Silat is a collective word for indigenous martial arts of the Malay Archipelago and Malay Peninsula of Southeast Asia