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Simulacrum
Simulacrum , from the Latin simulacrum which means "likeness, similarity", was first recorded in the English language in the late 16th century, used to describe a representation, such as a statue or a painting, especially of a god

Simulation
Simulation is the imitation of some real thing available, state of affairs, or process. The act of simulating something generally entails representing certain key characteristics or behaviours of a selected physical or abstract system.

Simulation (disambiguation)
Simulation may refer to:* Simulation, the imitation of some real thing, state of affairs, or process* Computer simulation, simulation via computers* Simulation game, a video game that is a computer simulation

Simulator (mollusc)
Simulator is a genus of small freshwater snails or limpets, aquatic gastropod mollusks in the family Planorbidae.- External links :* Mentioned at: * And at:

Simultaneity
Simultaneity is the property of two events happening at the same time in at least one frame of reference. The word derives from the Latin simul, at the same time plus the suffix -taneous, abstracted from spontaneous .The noun simult means a supernatural coincidence, two or more divinely

Simultaneity (music)
In music, a simultaneity is more than one complete musical texture occurring at the same time, rather than in succession. This first appeared in the music of Charles Ives, and is common in the music of Conlon Nancarrow and others.

SiN
SiN is a computer game first-person shooter based on a modified version of the Quake II engine developed by Ritual Entertainment and published by Activision in late 1998

SIN
SIN can refer to:*the trigonometric sine function*Singapore, FIFA trigramme and International Olympic Committee country code*Singapore Changi Airport, IATA airport code

Sin (1915 film)
Sin is a 1915 silent drama film directed by Herbert Brenon and starring Theda Bara. It was made by Fox Film Corporation when it and many other early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based in Fort Lee, New Jersey at the beginning of the 20th century. The film is now considered to be lost.-Cast:* Theda Bara - Rosa* William E

Sin (album)
Sin is the fifth studio recording from Mother Superior and the first of two to be produced by MC5 legend Wayne Kramer.- Track listing :#"Strange Change" – 4:26 #"Talk to the Future" – 4:44#"Pretty in the Morning" – 3:16

Sin (comics)
Sin, in comics, may refer to:*Sin , the daughter of the Red Skull.*Sin , an adopted daughter of Black Canary.

Sin (DC Comics)
Sin is a fictional comic book character appearing in books published by DC Comics. She first appeared in Birds of Prey #92 , and was created by Gail Simone.-Fictional character biography:

Sin After Sin
Sin After Sin is the third album by British heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1977. It was the band's first album on Columbia Records after their contract with Gull Records was terminated, as a consequence of which they lost all rights to Rocka Rolla and Sad Wings of Destiny, and any other demo recordings made during the production of the two albums

Sin City (album)
Sin City is the second full-length album by American industrial rock band Genitorturers.-Track listing:# "Sin City" - 3:39# "Terrorvision" - 4:37# "Liar's Lair" - 3:53# "One Who Feeds" - 5:22# "Squealer" - 4:37# "4 Walls Black" - 3:26

Sin City (studio)
Sin City is an American pornographic film studio. The company is owned by David Sturman, who is the son of Reuben Sturman. David's son Jared is the General Manager. In 2007 it signed a two-year exclusive contract with Tory Lane to perform in and direct films

Sin-Eater (comics)
Sin-Eater is a name given to several fictional characters appearing in books published by Marvel Comics, usually those featuring Spider-Man and Ghost Rider.- Stanley Carter :

Sinaa
Sinaa is the first full-length studio album from Inuit throat singer Tagaq. The album was released on 2005 in her official website and later in stores. The album is mainly all vocals with some instruments in the background

SINAG
The SINAG, based in De La Salle University in the Philippines, is the first Philippine Solar-Powered Race Car and the first entry of the Philippines to the World Solar Challenge.

Sinapis
Sinapis is a genus of plants in the family Brassicaceae. One of the species in this genus is White mustard . Black mustard is sometimes placed in this genus as well, but is more often placed in the related genus Brassica

Since
Since may refer to the following places:*Sincé, Sucre Department, Colombia*Sińce, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, PolandSince may refer to the following places:*Sincé, Sucre Department, Colombia*Sińce, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

Sincerely
"Sincerely" is a popular song written by Harvey Fuqua and Alan Freed and published in 1954.It was originally recorded by The Moonglows, who scored a number one single on the Juke Box and number twenty pop.. The biggest-selling version was a cover version recorded by The McGuire Sisters, entering the charts in 1954 and reaching number one the next year

Sincerely
The term sincerely may refer to:*Sincerity, the virtue of speaking truly about one's feelings, thoughts, desires*"Sincerely" , a 1954 song by Harvey Fuqua and Alan Freed*Sincerely The term sincerely may refer to:*Sincerity, the virtue of speaking truly about one's feelings, thoughts, desires*"Sincerely" (song), a 1954 song by Harvey Fuqua and Alan Freed*Sincerely The term sincerely may refer to:*Sincerity, the virtue of speaking truly about one's feelings, thoughts, desires*"Sincerely" (song), a 1954 song by Harvey Fuqua and Alan Freed*Sincerely (melody

Sincerely (End of a Year album)
Sincerely is music album by End of a Year. It was released 2006.-Track listing:# "The Browns"# "Timeshares"# "Beleaders"# "Darnel"# "Harrison..."# "Midwest"# "Anxiety II"# "Bad Land Deals"# "You Better Work"# "Escrow"# "Above Ground Pools"

Sincerely (melody. album)
-Tracklisting:# All Night Long # Dreamin' Away: English Version # Angel Angel Angel # Crystal Love # Don't Let Go # Flower Bed # Simple As That # Just Be A Man # Over the Rainbow

Sincerely (Twilley album)
Sincerely is the debut album from the Dwight Twilley Band, released in 1976 on Shelter Records. The band consisted solely of Dwight Twilley and Phil Seymour , although touring band member Bill Pitcock IV played lead guitar on every song except for "Sincerely" itself

Sincerity
Sincerity is the virtue of one who speaks and acts truly about his or her own feelings, thoughts, and desires.-Sincerity in Western societies:Sincerity has not been consistently regarded as a virtue in Western culture

Sinclair (High School)
Sinclair is a high school in the Swedish city of Uddevalla. The school carries four art-based educations; Music, Art, Dance and theatre; as well as a media education

Sindhi
Sindhi may refer to more than one article:*the Sindhis, an ethnic group from the Sindh region in Pakistan.*the Sindhi language, an Indo-Aryan language spoken by the Sindhi people.*a resident of Sindh province of Pakistan.-See also:*Sindhu Kingdom

Sine
In mathematics, the sine function is a function of an angle. In a right triangle, sine gives the ratio of the length of the side opposite to an angle to the length of the hypotenuse.Sine is usually listed first amongst the trigonometric functions.

Sine qua non
Sine qua non or condicio sine qua non refers to an indispensable and essential action, condition, or ingredient

Sine Qua Non (Battlestar Galactica)
"Sine Qua Non" is the tenth episode in the fourth season of the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica. It first aired on television on May 27, 2008. The episode name is a Latin term referring to something essential that cannot be done without

Sine qua non (disambiguation)
is a Latin phrase that refers to indispensable and essential action, condition, or ingredient.Sine qua non may also refer to:* "Sine Qua Non" , an episode of the sci-fi TV series Battlestar Galactica

Sine Qua Non (wine)
Sine Qua Non is a California cult winery known for its Rhône style blends, a tendency to avoid repetition, and a very limited production of wine that is highly difficult to obtain

Sinecure
A sinecure means an office that requires or involves little or no responsibility, labour, or active service

Sinema (DVD)
For the Arizona politician, please see Kyrsten SinemaSinema is a concert DVD by the Dallas-based American heavy metal group Drowning Pool. It was released in 2002, and contained more than 2-and-a-half hours of concert footage, including their appearances at the 2001 and 2002 Ozzfest summer music festivals

Sinfonia (Berio)
Sinfonia is a composition by the Italian composer Luciano Berio which was commissioned by the New York Philharmonic for its 125th anniversary

Sing
Sing may refer to:* Singing, the act of producing musical sounds with the voice-Music:* SING! or Sing, annual student performance in New York City area high schoolsSongs:* "Sing" , a 1991 song from the album Leisure

Sing (album)
Sing was the third album released by American guitarist Neil Zaza.-Track listing:#Everything I Should Have Said... - 6:07#Crazy Love by Van Morrison - 3:48#I'm Alright - 4:02#Journey to Texas - 3:35#Imc@3:14 a.m

Sing (Annie Lennox song)
"Sing" is a song by Annie Lennox, released as the second single from her fourth solo studio album, Songs of Mass Destruction . The single was originally released as a digital download only single in late 2007. A limited 3 track edition was made available exclusively from The Body Shop from 10 March 2008

Sing Along
"Sing Along" is a pop song by Swedish singer and composer Per Gessle from his album Party Crasher. It was released as the second single from the album on February 4, 2009, featuring two different sleeves, one red and one green.

Sing-along
Sing-along, community singing, group singing, is an event of singing together at gatherings or parties, less formally than choir singing. One can use a songbook. Common genres are folk songs, patriotic songs, hymns and drinking songs

Singal
Singal is an area of Yongin, in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. It is near two major expressways and a large reservoir by the same name. As such, it is a major junction for the surrounding area.-Transportation:

Singapur
Singapur is the fifth album by Estonian rock band Terminaator. It was released in 1998.- Track listing :# Aja teenija [The recruit, lit: time servant] - 5:25# Singapuri Lu [Lu of Singapore] - 3:44

Singe
A singe is a slight scorching, burn or treatment with flame. This may be due to an accident, such as scorching one's hair when lighting a gas fire, or a deliberate method of treatment or removal of hair or other fibres.-Hairdressing:

Singer (Jean Thesman novel)
Singer is a young-adult fantasy novel by Jean Thesman, based loosely on the Irish legend of the Children of Lir, but having more in common with Thesman's earlier novel The Other Ones, about a young girl coming to terms with her magical powers.

Singer (surname)
Singer is a surname and may refer to:* Addie Singer, fictional character from the TV show Unfabulous* Alvy Singer, lead character played by Woody Allen in the movie Annie Hall* Bryan Singer, film director* Burns Singer, poet

Singing
Singing is the act of producing musical sounds with the voice, and augments regular speech by the use of both tonality and rhythm. One who sings is called a singer or vocalist. Singers perform music known as songs that can be sung either with or without accompaniment by musical instruments

Singing
Singing is the act of producing musical sounds with the voice, and augments regular speech by the use of both tonality and rhythm. One who sings is called a singer or vocalist. Singers perform music known as songs that can be sung either with or without accompaniment by musical instruments

Singla
Singla is a surname used by many Singhals originating from Haryana and Punjab in India.

Single
Single may refer to:In music:* Single , a song release* "Single" * "Single" * Single coil, an electromagnetic guitar pickup typeIn sports:

Single file
Single file may refer to:* The Single File, a 1983 collection of music videos by Kate Bush and a 1984 vinyl boxed set containing all Kate Bush's 7" singles and their b-sides up until that point

Single File (band)
Single File is a band from Westminster, Colorado. After achieving local success, the band was signed to Reprise Records in 2006.- History :The group started out originally as a swing jazz trio when its members were in high school, though members Sloan Anderson and Chris Depew had been playing together since middle school

Single point of failure
A single point of failure is a part of a system that, if it fails, will stop the entire system from working. They are undesirable in any system with a goal of high availability or reliability, be it a business practice, software application, or other industrial system.-Overview:Systems can be made robust by adding redundancy in all potential SPOFs

Single supplement
In the travel industry, package-deal and accommodation prices may be quoted per-person but are generally structured on the basis that two people will travel and room together. The surcharge that this entails for a solo traveller is known as the single-person supplement . This surcharge is widely unpopular amongst solo travellers

Single transferable vote
The single transferable vote is a voting system designed to achieve proportional representation through preferential voting. Under STV, an elector's vote is initially allocated to his or her most preferred candidate, and then, after candidates have been either elected or eliminated, any surplus or unused votes are transferred according to the voter's stated preferences

Singles
Singles may refer to:In society:* Single persons and associated businesses and discussionsIn retail commerce:* United States one-dollar bills, particularly when requesting change from, or implicitly comparing to, larger denomination bills

Singles (2003 film)
Singles is a 2003 romantic comedy film from South Korea, starring Jang Jin-young, Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Beom-soo, and based on the novel Christmas at Twenty-Nine by Japanese writer Kamato Toshio. Jang won "Best Actress" for her performance as Na-nan at the 2003 Blue Dragon Film Awards.- Plot summary :Na-nan, soon to turn 30, is at a crossroads in her life

Singles (Deacon Blue album)
Singles is a singles compilation by the Scottish rock band Deacon Blue. It contains three new tracks, "Bigger than Dynamite", "Haunted", and "The One About Loneliness", that were recorded by the band in March, 2006.-Track listing:

Singles (TV series)
Singles is a British sitcom set in a singles bar produced by Yorkshire Television with the 1984 Pilot Episode produced by Thames Television and aired for 3 series and 22 episodes on the ITV network between 1988 and 1991.- Cast :Pilot :

Singlet
Singlet may refer to:* singlet state, in theoretical physics, a quantum state with zero spin* in spectroscopy, an entity appearing as a single peak; see NMR spectroscopy

Singleton
Singleton may refer to* Singleton , a set with exactly one element* Singleton , a single decision-maker at the highest level of the world order

Singly
Singly is a commune in the Ardennes department in northern France.-Population:

Singolare
Singolare is an album by Italian singer Mina, distributed back to back with album Plurale.- Track listing :# Sognando - Arranged by Pino Presti# Devo dirti addio - Arranged by Gianni Ferrio

Singular
A grammatical number denoting a unit quantity Singular may also refer to:* Gravitational singularity, a location where the quantities that are used to measure the gravitational field become infinite

SINGULAR
SINGULAR is a computer algebra system for polynomial computations with special emphasis on the needs of commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, and singularity theory. SINGULAR is free software released under the GNU General Public License. Problems in non-commutative algebra can be tackled with the SINGULAR offspring PLURAL

Singularity
Singularity or Singular points may refer to:-Mathematics:* Mathematical singularity, a point at which a given mathematical object is not defined or not well-behaved, for example infinite or not differentiable-Geometry: