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- Places :* Sis * Sis, Armenia, a town* Sis, Azerbaijan, a village* Sis, Iran, a city* Kozan, Adana, Sis in Armenian* Mountains of Sis, a range of the Pre-Pyrenees- Other :

- Places :* Sis * Sis, Armenia, a town* Sis, Azerbaijan, a village* Sis, Iran, a city* Kozan, Adana, Sis in Armenian* Mountains of Sis, a range of the Pre-Pyrenees- Other :

SIS (file format)
SIS is an acronym that stands for Software Installation Script. It is an archive for Symbian OS, and not an application file, as sometimes believed; the real Symbian application is the .APP or .EXE file within it. By convention .sisx denotes a signed file.

SIS (motorbikes)
SIS was an important Portuguese motorbike manufacturer, based in Anadia. In addition to motorbikes it produced light three-wheeler pickup trucks . Its products used Sachs engines and were quite successful in the local market, especially in the 1970s.

SiS (TV series)
Sis was the morning talk show of GMA Network. It unofficially ended on January 1, 2010 because of poor ratings and was beaten by rival station, ABS-CBN's Showtime.-Overview:

-Birds:The name siskin when referring to a bird is derived from an adaptation of the German dialect words sisschen, zeischen, which are diminuative forms of Middle High German and Middle Low German words, which are themselves apparently of Slavic origin

Sissel (album)
Sissel is a 1986 album from Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø. It was her debut album which contained different genres and styles. According to her, "....The songs tell different facets of love." It was sold more than 400,000 copies soon after the release, making it the best selling album in Norway at that time, in a country of less than 5 million population.- Charts :-Track

Sissi (film)
Sissi is a 1955 film directed by Ernst Marischka and starring Romy Schneider, Karlheinz Böhm, Magda Schneider, Uta Franz, Gustav Knuth, Vilma Degischer and Josef Meinrad. It is the first of a trilogy of romantic films about the Empress of Austria, Elisabeth of Bavaria, who was known to her family as "Sisi"

Sissy is a pejorative term for a boy or man who violates or does not meet the traditional male gender role. Generally, sissy implies a lack of the courage and stoicism which are thought important to the male role

AFK Sistema is a large Russian conglomerate company, headed by Vladimir Yevtushenkov. In March 2006, Yevtushenkov controlled 62% of the shares in Sistema.

Sister (band)
Sister was an American heavy metal band, formed in 1976 in Los Angeles. Its members included Blackie Lawless, formerly of the New York Dolls and later of W.A.S.P., and Nikki Sixx, who would later co-create Mötley Crüe. They are notable for being one of the first bands to make usage of the pentagram and other occult symbols

A sister-in-law is the sister of one's spouse, the wife of one's sibling, or sometimes the wife of one's spouse's sibling

Sisterhood may refer to:* Sibling, sisters and brothers* Sorority, a social organization for undergraduate students* Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, a novel by Rebecca Wells* The Sisterhood, a short-lived English goth band

Sisterhood (Robin Hood)
"Sisterhood" is the first episode of series two of the Robin Hood television series, made by Tiger Aspect Productions for BBC One. It originally aired on Saturday October 6, 2007

Sisters are female siblings.Sisters or The Sisters may also refer to:* More than one nun-Film:* The Sisters , starring Lillian Gish* Sisters , starring Molly O'Day

Sisters (2006 film)
Sisters is a 2006 independent horror film directed by Douglas Buck. It is a remake of the 1973 Brian De Palma film of the same name. The film stars Stephen Rea, Lou Doillon, and Chloë Sevigny in the leading roles, with Dallas Roberts and JR Bourne playing supporting characters

Sisters (The Bluebells album)
Sisters is a 1984 album from Scottish Indie pop band The Bluebells.The only proper full length album released by the band during their short career , Sisters featured remixed versions of earlier singles "Cath" and "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" as well as the contemporary singles "I'm

Sisu (disambiguation)
Sisu is a Finnish concept, described as will, determination, perseverance. The word may also refer to:*Mount Sisu, a mountain on Antarctica*A type of candy manufactured by Leaf International*Sisu 1A, the first sailplane ever to fly over 1000 km

Sisyphism is a term used by Frédéric Bastiat to ridicule those that think that greater productivity causes poverty by increasing unemployment. In his work What is Free Trade?, Bastiat stated:

In Greek mythology Sisyphus was a king punished by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat this throughout eternity

Sisyphus (beetle)
Sisyphus is a genus of dung beetles. One common species is Sisyphus schaefferi .

Sisyphus (dialogue)
The Sisyphus is purported to be one of the dialogues of Plato. The dialogue is extant and was included in the Stephanus edition published in Geneva in 1578. It is now generally acknowledged to be spurious. The work dates from the fourth century BC, and the author was presumably a pupil of Plato.It is a dialogue between Socrates and Sisyphus

Sisyphus (disambiguation)
Sisyphus was a king punished in Tartarus by being cursed to roll a huge boulder up a hill in Greek mythology.Sisyphus may also refer to:* 1866 Sisyphus, an Apollo asteroid* Sisyphus , a genus of dung beetles

- Organizations :* Singapore Improvement Trust, a government public-housing organization* Society of Instrument Technology, a British learned society* Strategic Information Technology, a banking-software company

Sit Down
"Sit Down" is one of the most famous songs by James, released in 1989 by Rough Trade Records. In its seven-minute original form, the song only reached number 77 in the UK Singles Chart

Sit Tight
Sit Tight is an all-talking musical comedy film. It was originally completed as a full musical. Due to the backlash against musicals, however, all the songs were cut from the film except for one in all release prints in the United States.-Plot:Winnie Lightner is the head of a health clinic and has Joe E. Brown as one of her employees. Joe E

A sit-in or sit-down is a form of protest that involves occupying seats or sitting down on the floor of an establishment.-Process:In a sit-in, protesters remain until they are evicted, usually by force, or arrested, or until their requests have been met

Sit-up can refer to:* Moving to a sitting position from a lying position* Sit-up , a form of exercise.* Sit up, stay up later than usual.

SITA is a multinational information technology company specialising in providing IT and telecommunication services to the air transport industry

Sita (waste management)
SITA is the main brand representing Suez Environnement's waste subsidiaries in Europe, North America, the Asia Pacific zone and Australia.

A site is the location of an event, structure, object, or other thing, whether actual, virtual, abandoned , extant, or planned.*For a building site, see construction.*For a site on the World Wide Web, see website.

-Sith:The Sith is a name applied to certain characters in the Star Wars universe. In the films they are the central antagonists. They are capable of using the dark side of the Force.-The Invention of the Sith:

A sitio in the Philippines is a territorial enclave that forms part of a barangay, the location of which may be distant from the center of the barangay itself.

Sitta may refer to several different things:biology*Sitta is a genus of birds, see nuthatchgeography*Sitta is an alternate name of the ancient capital of Sittacene, Sittace

Sitter may refer to:Sitter*Sitter , beam robotics term*Sitter River, Switzerland*Babysitter*Trip sitter*In health care, a companion*a person who poses as a model for a painter or sculptor.The Sitter* The Sitter

Sitters is a municipality in the Donnersbergkreis district, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

Sitting is a rest position supported by the buttocks or thighs where the torso is more or less upright.- Sitting on the floor :The most common way of sitting on the floor involves bending the knees

Sitting Pretty
Sitting Pretty may refer to:*Sitting Pretty , starring Robert Young, Maureen O'Hara and Clifton Webb*Sitting Pretty , featuring Jack Oakie, Jack Haley and Ginger Rogers*Sitting Pretty

Sitting Pretty (1933 film)
This article is about the 1933 motion picture. For other articles about other uses of the phrase "Sitty Pretty", see the disambiguation page Sitting Pretty .

In artificial intelligence and cognitive science, the term situated refers to an agent which is embedded in an environment. The term situated is commonly used to refer to robots, but some researchers argue that software agents can also be situated if:

Situation is a Juno-nominated album by Buck 65 released on October 30, 2007.-1957:The song "1957" makes reference to various events in the year 1957, including the birth of punk rocker Sid Vicious, the relocation of the Brooklyn Dodgers to Los Angeles, the apprehension of serial killer Ed Gein, the obscenity trial surrounding the Allen Ginsberg poem "Howl", and the death of

Situation may refer to:*Situation may refer to:*Situation may refer to:*[[Situation |" 1982 song by British new wave band Yazoo*[[Situation |Situation ]], a 2007 album by Canadian musician Buck 65

Situation (song)
"Situation" is the title of a 1982 single by the British synthpop band Yazoo. The song was originally released in the UK as the B-side to Yazoo's debut single, "Only You", which went to number two on the UK Singles Chart. Released as a single in its own right in the U.S., the song peaked at number 73 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

Situation comedy
A situation comedy, often shortened to sitcom, is a genre of comedy that features characters sharing the same common environment, such as a home or workplace, accompanied with jokes as part of the dialogue

Situations the second single by the American post-hardcore band, Escape the Fate. It was released on iTunes on November 20, 2007, and contains the previously released song "Situations" from the album Dying Is Your Latest Fashion, and the Japanese bonus track "Make Up" from the same album

SIV or Siv may refer to:* Simian immunodeficiency virus, a virus found in primates and related to HIV* Siv, a character in the children's fiction book series Guardians of Ga'Hoole

Siva may refer to:*Shiva, a major Hindu God*Živa , a Slavic goddess*A pro-apoptotic signaling protein*1170 Siva, asteroid named after the god*Siva , name of several rural localities in Russia

Siva (1989 film)
Siva is a 1989 Tamil film directed by Ammerjan. The film was certified as ""A"" in the sensor board. Rajini & Rahuvaran acting was appreciated

Siva (protein)
Siva protein is a novel zinc-containing intracellular ligand of the CD4 receptor that promotes HIV-1 envelope-induced apoptosis in T-lymphoid cells. Recent research has demonstrated that Siva is a direct transcriptional target for the tumor-suppressors p53 and E2F1.

Siva (rebreather)
Siva is a model series of frogman's rebreather made by Carleton Life Support originally made by Fullerton Sherwood Engineering Ltd. They are:* Siva S10 oxygen rebreather, dive duration 4 hours. Worn on the front of the chest.

SIX is a Slovak internet exchange point, established at the Center of Computer Technology of Slovak University of Technology

Six (Whodini album)
Six is the sixth album by hip hop group Whodini. Released in 1996, this was the group's only release on Jermaine Dupri's So So Def label. The album was not a success on the charts, not charting on the Billboard 200, and only made it to #55 on the Top R&B albums

Six feet under
Six Feet Under may refer to:* A euphemistic phrase for burial in a grave.* Six Feet Under , a television show** Six Feet Under , with music from the show* Six Feet Under , a death metal musical group

Six pack
A six pack is a type of multi-pack made of six canned or bottled drinks, typically a soft drink or beer, which are sold as a single unit. Cans are usually connected with plastic six pack rings, HDPE Can Carriers, shrink film, or paperboard.

Six Pack (band)
- 1990s :The band was formed in early 1993 by Branko Mitrović , Milan Radojević , Dragan Bojić "Bojke" , Saša Bogdanović "Bogda" , Miloš Novaković and Vladimir Čupić "Čupa" , and got the name by the Black Flag song of the same name.The band recorded their first eight-song demo during the late 1994, and released it independently on the

Six Pack (The Police)
The Six Pack is the title of the collection of seven-inch singles released by rock group The Police in 1980.The pack, which came in a pvc folder contained the first five A&M singles by the band, namely "Roxanne", "Can't Stand Losing You", "So Lonely", "Message in a Bottle" and "Walking on the Moon", plus a mono version of "The Bed's Too Big Without You", which was previously

Sixpence may refer to:*Sixpence *Sixpence *Sixpence *Flat cap, also called a sixpence*Sixpence None the Richer, an American pop/rock band

Sixpence (Australian)
The Australian Sixpence was a coin used in the Commonwealth of Australia prior to decimalization. It was minted from 1910 until 1963, excluding 1913, 1915, 1929–33 inclusive, 1937, 1947 and 1949

Sixteen (band)
Sixteen was a Polish band, which was founded in 1997 and disbanded in 2004. Renata Dąbkowska is its lead singer, and it represented Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1998.Their debut album "Lawa" was released in 1997.

Sixteen (card game)
Sixteen is an original card game for 2 or 4 players, designed for players 8 and older, and published by Alpine Games. According to , the game includes a good balance of strategy and luck, it is easy to learn, and takes approximately 15 minutes to play.

Sixteen (The Indelicates song)
"Sixteen" is the third single from the English band The Indelicates to be released on three different formats on October 8, 2007 by Weekender Records. An earlier version of the song can be found on The Last Significant Statement EP

Sixth can refer to:* The ordinal form of the number six* Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution* A keg of beer equal to 5 U.S. gallons or 1/6 barrel of beer.* A fraction, such as 1/6-Music:*Interval*Major sixth*Minor sixth

Sixth form
In the education systems of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, and of Commonwealth West Indian countries such as Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Belize, Jamaica and Malta, the sixth form is the final two years of secondary education, where students, usually sixteen to eighteen years of age, prepare for their A-level

Sixty Six (film)
Sixty Six is a 2006 British biographical-comedy-drama film about a bar mitzvah which takes place in London on the day of the 1966 world cup final based on the true life bar mitzvah of director Paul Weiland.- Plot :

Sixty-six may refer to:*66 , the natural number*Sixty-six , a German card game*Sixty Six , a 2006 film*Sixty-Six , a novel by film director Barry Levinson