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Singularity (album)
Singularity is Mae's third full-length release and their major label debut. The album was originally to be released in April 2007 on Tooth & Nail Records like their previous two albums, but the band signed a deal with major label Capitol Records soon after the new album announcement which pushed the release date back to August 14, 2007.-Production:Mae headed to Los Angeles to

Singularity (novel)
Singularity is a novel by Bill DeSmedt published by Per Aspera Press on November 8, 2004.It is based on the theory that the Tunguska Event was caused by a micro black hole.- External links :* **

Singularity (Peter Hammill album)
Singularity is an album by Peter Hammill, released on his own Fie! Records label in December 2006.The album was the first Hammill recorded after suffering a heart attack in 2003. Some of the songs refer directly to his brush with death

Singularity (video game)
Singularity received generally favorable reviews. On review aggregator website Metacritic, Singularity received a rating of 76 for the PC and Xbox 360 versions, and 77 for the PlayStation 3 version

Singularity (William Sleator novel)
Singularity, published in 1985 by E P Dutton, is a science fiction novel for young adults written by William Sleator. It was listed as a YALSA Best Book for Young Adults, A Junior Library Guild Selection, and was a Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award Nominee

Sinhala , also known as Helabasa, is the mother tongue of the Sinhalese people, who make up the largest ethnic group in Sri Lanka, numbering about 15 million. Sinhala is also spoken by other ethnic groups in Sri Lanka, totalling about 3 million

Sinhala or Sinhalese can refer to:* Sinhalese people, the majority ethnic group in Sri Lanka* Sinhala language, the language spoken by the Sinhalese people* Sinhala script, the alphabet and script used in the Sinhala language

Sinister means the following:# In heraldry, the side of an escutcheon or coat of arms that is to the left of the bearer # In the Middle Ages it was believed that when a person was writing with their left hand they were possessed by the Devil.

Sinister (album)
Sinister is a studio album recorded by John Wetton. Originally released in Japan in 2000 as Welcome to Heaven. It was re-released in 2001 under the title Sinister without the bonus tracks and with a different cover.-Track listing:

Sinjoro is a taluka, an administrative subdivision, of Sanghar District, Sindh, Pakistan. It is nearer to Sanghar then other Tehsils. The people are mainly are Sindhi.

A sink is a bowl-shaped plumbing fixture used for washing hands, for dishwashing or other purposes. Sinks generally have taps that supply hot and cold water and may include a spray feature to be used for faster rinsing

Sink or Swim
- Music :* Sink or Swim * Sink or Swim * Sink or Swim * "Sink or Swim" , a song by Bad Lieutenant* "Sink or Swim", a song by Falling In Reverse from The Drug in Me Is You

Sink or Swim (Gaslight Anthem album)
Sink or Swim is the debut studio album by The Gaslight Anthem, released May 29, 2007 through XOXO Records.-Track listing:# "Boomboxes and Dictionaries" – 3:11

Sink or Swim (TV series)
Sink or Swim is a BBC TV sitcom from the 80s with Peter Davison as the lead character Brian Webber. Brian Webber lives in a flat above a petrol station in London . He's trying hard to make his way in the world, thus far with limited success

Sinker may refer to:* Sinker , a weight used in fishing* Sinker , a type of baseball pitch* Sinker nails, used in wood-frame construction* A doughnut, slang usually used to suggest dunking it in coffee

Sinker (baseball)
In baseball, a sinker , is a type of fastball pitch which has significant downward and horizontal movement. The sinker is known for inducing a lot of ground balls

Sinking, also known as doming, dishing or dapping, is a metalworking technique whereby flat sheet metal is formed into a non-flat object by hammering it into a concave indentation

Sinking may refer to:* Being submerged* Sinking , a metalworking technique* Sinking , a song by No Doubt* Shipwreck , what remains of a ship that has wrecked, either sunk or beached

Sinn (watchmaker)
Sinn is a high end watch-making company based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany that was established by pilot and flight instructor Helmut Sinn in 1961.-History:

Sinner (Dekker novel)
Sinner is a Ted Dekker mystery novel released in September 2008. It is the third in the series of the 'Project Showdown' , which includes Showdown and Saint. Set in the thirteen years after Saint, this book focuses mainly on Billy and Darcy from the first book, and Johnny from the first and the second

Sinner (Drowning Pool song)
"Sinner" is the third single by nu metal band Drowning Pool off their debut album Sinner. It serves as the first track on the aforementioned album and as well as its final single in 2002. With its fast paced, catchy guitar riffs, the song became a success on radio and is one of the group's best known songs

Sinner (novel)
Sinner is the first novel in The Wayfarer Redemption Trilogy by Sara Douglass. In the United States it is also considered the fourth in The Wayfarer Redemption sextet

Sinners (film)
Sinners is a 2007 motion picture, based on true story and written and directed by Tory Christopher. Eleven Eleven Pictures produced the feature. The film stars Ben Kurland, Matthew Christopher, and Sean Hoagland.-Plot:

Sinning may refer to:*The act of committing a sin *A historic district in Oberhausen, Bavaria

Sino may refer to:*Sino-, a prefix used to refer to China*Sino Group, a property development corporation based in Hong Kong** Sino Land, a subsidiary and listing company of Sino Group*Sino Centre, a shopping centre in Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Sino (album)
SiNo is the Latin Grammy winning sixth studio album by the Mexican band Café Tacuba, released on October 9th, 2007, in Mexico, Latin America and the United StatesThe band has once again worked with award-winning Argentine music producer Gustavo Santaolalla.

Sino-Japanese is often used to mean:* Sino-Japanese vocabulary: That portion of the Japanese vocabulary that is of Chinese origin or makes use of morphemes of Chinese origin .

Sino-Korean is often used to mean:* Sino-Korean vocabulary: That portion of the Korean vocabulary that is of Chinese origin or makes use of morphemes of Chinese origin ."Sino-Korean" is also used to refer to:

Sino-Vietnamese is often used to mean:* Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary: That portion of the Vietnamese vocabulary that is of Chinese origin or makes use of morphemes of Chinese origin .

Sins (2005 film)
Sins is a controversial 2005 Bollywood film directed by Vinod Pande. The film involves a Catholic priest who is romantically involved with a young woman. The film was protested against by those that felt it was a negative portrayal of Catholicism and indecent

Sinsemilla (album)
Sinsemilla is the third album by Jamaican Reggae band Black Uhuru, released in on the Island Records subsidiary Mango.-Track listing:-Personnel:*Michael Rose - lead vocals*Derrick "Duckie" Simpson - harmony vocals*Puma Jones - harmony vocals

Sinuosity or sinuosity index is a measure of deviation of a path between two points from the shortest possible path

Sinuous is a fictional snake from the third season of the animated children's television series The Animals of Farthing Wood based upon the books of the same name by author Colin Dann.

- Anatomy :In anatomy, where a sinus is a sac or cavity in any organ or tissue:*Sinus , description of the general term*Paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including:

Sinus (anatomy)
Sinus is Latin for "bay", "pocket", "curve", or "bosom". In anatomy, the term is used in various contexts.A sinus is a sack or cavity in any organ or tissue, or an abnormal cavity or passage caused by the destruction of tissue

Sinus (botany)
In botany, a sinus is a space or indentation, usually on a leaf, between two lobes or teeth that does not break the continuity of the structure.

Sinusitis is inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, which may be due to infection, allergy, or autoimmune issues. Most cases are due to a viral infection and resolve over the course of 10 days

A sinusotomy is a surgical operation in which an incision is made in a sinus.

SIOP may refer to:*International Society of Paediatric Oncology*Sales Inventory Operations Planning, an integrated business management process

SIOP may refer to:*International Society of Paediatric Oncology*Sales Inventory Operations Planning, an integrated business management process

Sioux (disambiguation)
-Places:Canada*Sioux Lookout, OntarioUnited States*Sioux County , multiple locations*Sioux City, Iowa*Sioux Center, Iowa*Sioux Falls, South Dakota*Sioux, Wisconsin-Other:*Sioux *H-13 Sioux, a helicopter

Sioux (passenger train)
The Sioux was a named passenger train of the Milwaukee Road that operated between Chicago, Madison, Wisconsin, and Rapid City, South Dakota, via Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin and northern Iowa

-Business and economics:* Sales Incentive Plan and Share Incentive Plan, employee motivation schemes* Systematic Investment Plan, investment strategy

SIPA may refer to* State Investigation and Protection Agency. a law enforcement agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina* Société Industrielle Pour l’Aéronautique, a defunct French aircraft maker* Securities Investor Protection Act

The word siphon is sometimes used to refer to a wide variety of devices that involve the flow of liquids through tubes. But in the English language today, the word siphon usually refers to a tube in an inverted U shape which causes a liquid to flow uphill, above the surface of the reservoir, without pumps, powered by the fall of the liquid as it flows down the tube under the pull of

Siphon (insect anatomy)
A siphon is a tubular organ of the respiratory system of some insects that spend a significant amount of their time underwater, that serves as a breathing tube.

Sippy cup
The sippy cup is a spill-proof drinking cup designed for toddlers. It works by way of surface tension that prevents liquid from being spilled even when the cup is upended. The critical element is the sippy top being firmly in place on top of the cup, preventing spills.The sippy cup was invented by Richard Belanger, who licensed the design to Playtex.

Sir is a respectful title for a manSIR or Sir may also refer to:* Sir , a Guardian character in A Series of Unfortunate Events* Sampling Importance Resampling

The Book of the All-Virtuous Wisdom of Jesus ben Sira , commonly called the Wisdom of Sirach or simply Sirach, and also known as Ecclesiasticus or Siracides , is a work from the early 2nd century B.C. written by the Jewish scribe Jesus ben Sirach of Jerusalem

Sire may refer to:* Father, the counterpart of a dam, particularly in animal breeding. See also stallion* James W. Sire, author on worldviews* Sire Records, a record label* Sire Advertising, an advertising agency

Sire is a form of address for reigning kings in the United Kingdom and in Belgium. It was formerly also used in France, Italy, Germany, Sweden and Spain. Historically Sire had a wider usage. During the middle ages Sire was generally used to address a superior, a person of importance or in a position of authority or the nobility in general

In Greek mythology, the Sirens were three dangerous mermaid like creatures, portrayed as seductresses who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island. Roman poets placed them on an island called Sirenum scopuli

Sirene (barque)
The Sirene was a barque that was wrecked against Blackpool's North Pier on 9 October 1892.-Shipwreck:The Sirene was sailing from Fleetwood to Florida in the United States when she was caught in a storm on 9 October 1892 and ended up wrecked alongside North Pier, Blackpool

Sirens (band)
Sirens are Newcastle Upon Tyne based R&B, pop, hip hop and dance-pop girl band, known best for their Top 50 single, "Baby ".-Biography:

Sirens (SJ Tucker album)
Sirens is an album by American singer-songwriter S. J. Tucker, released in 2006 .-Track listing:#"The Drowning" - 1:56#"Go Away Godboy" - 4:46#"Lady Vagabond" - 5:27

Sirens (song)
"Sirens" is the seventh single release from British rapper Dizzee Rascal, and the lead single from his third studio album Maths + English.The single was playlisted on BBC Radio 1's 1-Upfront list and the music video for the single made the top thirty of that chart

Sirens (Ultradrug - Thee Sequel)
Sirens is a remix album by Psychic TV. Sugar J remixes Godstar '94 and Burned Out, But Building , Andrew Weatherall remixes the track United '94 , and Psychic TV as DJ Doktor Megatrip remixes Love - War - Riot

Siriano are a Tucanoan people indigenous to Colombia and Brazil. Their total population is estimated at 347 with most living in Colombia. Their culturally exogamous system means that glossologically, speakers are identified by the first language of their father.-Print References:*Ibáñez Fonseca, Rodrigo Los Siriano

Sirius (album)
Sirius is the tenth album by Irish folk group Clannad, released in 1987. It features several guest artists such as Bruce Hornsby, Steve Perry and J. D

Sirocco, scirocco, , jugo or, rarely, siroc is a Mediterranean wind that comes from the Sahara and reaches hurricane speeds in North Africa and Southern Europe. It is known in North Africa by the Arabic word qibli or ghibli Sirocco, scirocco, , jugo or, rarely, siroc is a Mediterranean wind that comes from the Sahara and reaches hurricane speeds in North Africa and Southern Europe. It is known in North Africa by the Arabic word qibli or ghibli Sirocco, scirocco, , jugo or, rarely, siroc is a Mediterranean wind that comes from the Sahara and reaches hurricane speeds in North Africa and Southern Europe. It is known in North Africa by the Arabic word qibli or ghibli (قبلي i.e

Sirocco (restaurant)
Sirocco is the world's largest all open-air restaurant and "Sky Bar", located on the 64th floor of the State Tower in Bangkok, Thailand, which is the second tallest building in Thailand. The 150-capacity restaurant opened its doors in the winter of 2003

Sirrah may refer to:* Sirrah , a Polish Gothic metal band* Sirrah, a name for the star Alpha Andromedae, also known as Sirah

Sirrah (band)
Sirrah was a progressive gothic metal band from Southwestern Poland. They formed in 1992, released two albums, and disbanded in 1999 due to financial issues. Their music includes elements from death metal, doom metal, and later industrial metal

SIRU, the Social Informatics Research Unit, is part of the Department of Sociology at the University of York. Social informatics is the critical social scientific study of information and communication technologies. SIRU is concerned with some of the macro-sociological questions invoked by the global spread of information and communication technologies