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The word size may refer to how big something is. In particular:* Measurement, the process or the result of determining the magnitude of a quantity, such as length or mass, relative to a unit of measurement, such as a meter or a kilogram

Size (Unix)
size is a command line utility originally written for use with the Unix-like operating systems. It processes one or more ELF files and its output are the dimensions of the text, data and uninitialized sections, and their total.Common use:

Sizer may refer to:*Sizer Barker, an indie band from Liverpool, England*Ted Sizer , founder of the Essential school movement*Stephen Sizer *Mount Sizer, a prominent peak located on Blue Ridge in Henry W

Sizzle is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes.-Transformers: Generation 1:Sizzle is a member of the Autobot Sparkabots team.

Sizzle (film)
Sizzle: A Global Warming Comedy is a feature film written and directed by Randy Olson that combines documentary narrative and fiction on the topic of global warming. Dr. Olson is a marine biologist turned filmmaker who, in Sizzle, plays a former scientist turned filmmaker. The movie premiered in July, 2008.

Sizzler (disambiguation)
Sizzler may refer to:Fashion*A micro-mini dress with matching panties popular in the 1970's usually made of polyesterBusiness and commerce*Sizzler, a restaurant chain

Sizzler (ride)
The Sizzler is an off-the-shelf amusement park ride. Concerns have been raised about its safety, as the ride has been involved in at least five fatalities since 1997.-External links:* at Wisdom Rides

The Skagerrak is a strait running between Norway and the southwest coast of Sweden and the Jutland peninsula of Denmark, connecting the North Sea and the Kattegat sea area, which leads to the Baltic Sea.-Name:

Skala (disambiguation)
Skała may refer to the following places in Poland:*Skała, a town in Lesser Poland Voivodeship *Skała, Jawor County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship

In Buddhist phenomenology and soteriology, the skandhas or khandhas are any of five types of phenomena that serve as objects of clinging and bases for a sense of self

Skank (album)
Skank is the self-titled debut album by Brazilian rock band Skank. Released independently in 1992 with 3,000 copies, the album sold 1,200 in 45 days and drew the attention of Sony BMG, who re-released the album on its new Chaos label

Skates are cartilaginous fish belonging to the family Rajidae in the superorder Batoidea of rays. There are more than 200 described species in 27 genera. There are two subfamilies, Rajinae and Arhynchobatinae .

Skate (video game)
Skate is a skateboarding video game developed by EA Black Box for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It was released in North America on September 17, 2007 for the Xbox 360 and September 24, 2007 for the PlayStation 3 and in Europe on September 28, 2007 for the Xbox 360 and October 5, 2007 for the PlayStation 3

Skater may refer to:*Skating , various activities:** Skater or skateboarder - someone who practices skateboarding, i.e. someone who rides a skateboard** Skater - someone who rides with rollerskates

Skating may refer to:*Freestyle slalom skating*Ice skating and various sub-forms:**Figure skating**Speed skating**Tour skating*Inline skating and sub-forms:**Aggressive inline skating**Inline speed skating*Road skating*Roller skating

Skede may refer to:*Šķēde, suburb of Liepāja, Latvia*Skede, Sweden, village in Vetlanda Municipality, Sweden

Skeet may refer to:* Clay pigeon shooting, a target sport** Skeet shooting, a discipline of the sport*** Olympic skeet, a variant of the discipline*** Skeet Shoot, a skeet shooting video game for the Atari 2600 produced by Apollo

A skeg is a sternward extension of the keel of boats and ships which have a rudder mounted on the centre line. The term also applies to the lowest point on an outboard motor or the outdrive of an inboard/outboard

Skein may refer to:* A flock of geese or ducks in V formation flight* A wound ball of yarn with a center pull strand, see hank* TV Series, used part of Variety's slanguage.* Skein dubh, a Scottish knife* Skein module, a mathematical concept

The skeleton is the body part that forms the supporting structure of an organism. There are two different skeletal types: the exoskeleton, which is the stable outer shell of an organism, and the endoskeleton, which forms the support structure inside the body.In a figurative sense, skeleton can refer to technology that supports

Skeleton in the cupboard
Skeleton in the closet or skeleton in the cupboard is a colloquial phrase used to describe a shameful secret.It may also refer to:-Films:

Skeleton key (disambiguation)
A skeleton key is a key that has been filed in such a way as to bypass the security measures placed inside a warded lock.Skeleton Key may also refer to:* Skeleton Key , a novel by Anthony Horowitz* Skeleton Key , a rock band

Skeletons (Wednesday 13 album)
Skeletons is the third studio album by American horror punk musician Wednesday 13. It was released on April 29, 2008, available exclusively through Hot Topic locations in the United States, and in the United Kingdom on May 12, 2008 by DR2 Records, a subdivision of Demolition Records. It has been described as having a heavier and darker tone than previous efforts

Skell, as a stereotypical or archetypal designation, refers to a person who is homeless, vagrant or derelict. It is often used to connote such a person who is habitually engaged in small-time criminal activity, especially by one working as a con artist or panhandler.-History:In its modern form, the use of skell as a slang term in the United States appears to date only from the

Skene (disambiguation)
Skene may refer to:* Skene, Aberdeenshire, a community in North East Scotland, United Kingdom* Skene, Mississippi, an unincorporated community in Mississippi, United States* Skene , an American steam automobile manufactured from 1900 to 1901

Skepsis or Scepsis was an ancient settlement in Mysia, Asia Minor that is at the present site of the village of Kurşuntepe, near the town of Bayramiç in Turkey

Skeptic (magazine)
Skepticism is a philosophical term denoting a position of question or doubt.Skeptic or The Skeptic may also refer to:* Skeptic , magazine of The Skeptics Society, edited by Michael Shermer

Skepticism has many definitions, but generally refers to any questioning attitude towards knowledge, facts, or opinions/beliefs stated as facts, or doubt regarding claims that are taken for granted elsewhere

Skerry (disambiguation)
-Geography:*Skerry is derived from the Old Norse sker, which means a ‘rock in the sea’.*Skerryvore, meaning 'great skerry' is a reef with a lighthouse in Scotland.*Skerry, County Antrim, is a parish in County Antrim, Northern Ireland-Literature:

Sketch may refer to:Drawing and other visual arts* Sketch , a drawing or other composition that is not intended as a finished work, but a preliminary exploration.* SketchUp, a 3D modeling program.* iSketch, an online drawing game.

Sketch (Skins character)
Lucy is a fictional character in British teen drama series Skins. She is portrayed by Aimee-Ffion Edwards.-Characterization:Sketch is portrayed as an obsessive and somewhat delusional Welsh girl

A sketchbook is "a book or pad with blank pages for sketching," and is frequently used by artists for drawing or painting as a part of their creative process.

Sketchbook (manga)
is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Totan Kobako. First serialized in the April 2002 issue of Comic Blade, the individual chapters are collected and published by Mag Garden. Chapters have also appeared in Comic Blade Masamune. An anime adaptation, under the title Sketchbook ~full color's~, aired in Japan between October 2 and December 25, 2007

Sketcher (software)
Sketcher was one of the earliest "natural media" raster graphics software applications. It was released in the early 1990s by Fractal Design Software for the Apple Macintosh.

Skew may refer to:In mathematics:* Skew lines, lines that are neither parallel nor intersecting* Skew-symmetric matrix, a square matrix whose transpose is also its negative

A skewer is a thin metal or wood stick used to hold pieces of food together. They are used while grilling or roasting meats, and in other culinary applications.

A ski is a long, flat device worn on the foot, usually attached through a boot, designed to help the wearer slide smoothly over snow. Originally intended as an aid to travel in snowy regions, they are now mainly used for recreational and sporting purposes

Ski (soda)
Ski is a citrus soda made from real orange and lemon juices, manufactured by the Double Cola Company.-History:Combining the powerful tastes of oranges and lemons, Double Cola Company’s citrus drink, Ski, was formulated in 1956. The soda contains natural flavorings to create a soft drink with a strong, natural citrus taste

Ski resort
A ski resort is a resort developed for skiing and other winter sports. In Europe a ski resort is a town or village in a ski area - a mountainous area, where there are ski trails and supporting services such as hotels and other accommodation, restaurants, equipment rental and a ski lift system

Ski wax
Ski wax is a material applied to the bottom of skis or snowboards to improve the ski's performance on snow. It can also be applied to other devices that slide over snow and ice such as toboggans.- Types of ski wax :

Skid may refer to:* Skid, a pallet, a metal, wood or plastic platform for holding machinery or equipment* Skid , an outward side-slip in an aircraft turn* Skid steering, a method of steering in which wheels or tracks are skidded sideways

Skid Marks (film)
Skid Marks is a 2007 independent comedy film about two rival ambulance companies and their attempts to maintain themselves in their city, directed by Karl Kozak and written by Kozak, Don J

Skid row
A skid row or skid road is a run-down or dilapidated urban area with a large, impoverished population. The term originally referred literally to a path along which working men skidded logs. Its current sense appears to have originated in the Pacific Northwest

The term skiff is used for a number of essentially unrelated styles of small boat. The word is related to ship and has a complicated etymology: "skiff" comes from the Middle English skif, which derives from the Old French esquif, which in turn derives from the Old Italian schifo, which is itself of Germanic origin

Skiffle is a type of popular music with jazz, blues, folk, roots and country influences, usually using homemade or improvised instruments. Originating as a term in the United States in the first half of the twentieth century, it became popular again in the UK in the 1950s, where it was mainly associated with musician Lonnie Donegan and played a major part in beginning the careers of later

Skiing is a recreational activity using skis as equipment for traveling over snow. Skis are used in conjunction with boots that connect to the ski with use of a binding.

Ski-like protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the SKIL gene.-Interactions:SKIL has been shown to interact with SKI protein, Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 3 and Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 2.-Further reading:

A skill is the learned capacity to carry out pre-determined results often with the minimum outlay of time, energy, or both. Skills can often be divided into domain-general and domain-specific skills

A skill is the learned capacity to carry out pre-determined results often with the minimum outlay of time, energy, or both. Skills can often be divided into domain-general and domain-specific skills

Skill (labor)
Skill is a measure of a worker's expertise, specialization, wages, and supervisory capacity. Skilled workers are generally more trained, higher paid, and have more responsibilities than unskilled workers.

Skim or skimming may refer to:*Skimming , a process or technique of speed readingSkim or skimming may also refer to:-Sports and games:

Skim (software)
Skim is an open-source PDF reader. It is notably the first free PDF reader for Mac OS X. It is written in Objective-C, and uses Cocoa APIs. It is released under a BSD license. It is also cited as being able to help annotate and read scientific papers.

Skimming (casinos)
"In May of 1963...the FBI turned over to the Justice Department a two-volume document called "The Skimming Report," which detailed the illegal siphoning off of gambling profits by Las Vegas casinos to avoid taxes." The report documented how pre-tax profits from casinos were being routed to various organized crime syndicates across the nation

Skin (16 Volt album)
Skin was 16 Volt's second album, which was released in 1994 under the Re-Constriction label.-Track listing:# Skin - 3:19# Perfectly Fake - 5:10# Uplift - 3:51# Slow Wreck - 4:47# Skin Graft - 2:41# Stitched - 4:45# Built To Last - 2:59

Skin (aircraft)
The wings and fuselage of aircraft are covered by what is referred to as the skin. Aircraft have a protective and functional covering that is also called the skin of the flying machines. Soft single skin kite examples the use of the term for kite wings.

Skin (Breaking Benjamin song)
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Skin (Endorphin album)
Skin is the second album by the Australian band Endorphin, released in 1999.-Track listing:Skin#"Blue Moon " - 3:44#"Anguish" - 3:28#"Passage" - 3:57#"Afterwords" - 3:44#"Higher" - 4:19#"Time" - 4:37#"Red" - 4:06

Skin (film)
Skin is an 11-minute short film starring Ewen Bremner and Marcia Rose and directed by Vincent O'Connell. Produced by Tapson/Steel Films for British Screen andChannel 4 Films , it was filmed in September 1995

Skin (Japanese band)
Skin is a music project founded by several Japanese rock musicians in 2007. They are Yoshiki, Gackt, Sugizo and Miyavi, all being important to the visual kei movement or closely related to it, but everyone being from a different generation.Its debut performance was on June 29, 2007, in Long Beach, California, considered as the "Japanese rock concert of the

Skin (Katie Noonan album)
-Track listing:# "Logic"# "Return"# "Time to Begin"# "Love's My Song for You"# "Little Boy Man"# "Sunshine"# "One Step"# "Home"# "Send Out a Little Love"# "Who Are You?"# "Bluebird"# "A Little Smile"

Skin (novel)
Skin is a contemporary Christian fiction science fiction/horror novel released in April 2007 by Ted Dekker. Dekker's novel, Skin was published by Thomas Nelson with the purpose to connect the Circle Trilogy, the Project Showdown books, and an upcoming series of books.* Tagline: Don't trust your eyes, at all.-Plot Overview:When three freak tornados hit the fictional,

Skin (Sarabeth)
"Skin " is a song performed by the country music group Rascal Flatts. The song was originally a hidden track on the first shipment of their album, Feels Like Today, and charted in mid-2005 as an album cut while the single "Fast Cars and Freedom" was climbing the charts

Skin (Spock's Beard single)
"Skin" is the first single from the band Spock's Beard, released in 1999. The song appears on their album Day for Night.It contains, in addition to the song "Skin", 3 additional tracks: An edited version of "The Healing Colors of Sound", "Can't Get It Wrong", and also the Neal Morse track "Lost Cause", taken from his self-titled debut solo album.-Track listing:# "Skin" - 3:58#