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Skyscraper (musical)
Skyscraper is a musical with a book by Peter Stone, lyrics by Sammy Cahn, and music by Jimmy Van Heusen.Based on the 1945 Elmer Rice play Dream Girl, it focuses on an antiques dealer who is determined to save her midtown Manhattan brownstone from the bulldozer. The girders of a new skyscraper are stalking her, and she's been offered $165,000 for her Rutherford B

Skywalker (disambiguation)
Skywalker is a name used for many entities related to film maker George Lucas.*Various members of the Skywalker family in the Star Wars films.*Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, California.*Skywalker Sound

Skywalker (horse)
Skywalker was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred in Kentucky by Thomas T. Tatham's Oak Cliff Thoroughbreds Ltd., who also bred Sunday Silence, he was foaled and raised at Arthur B. Hancock III's Stone Farm

Skyward (album)
Skyward is the first full-length album released by the Finnish band Skyward on the 14 December 2005.- Track listing :# "Opening" - 4:21# "Guardian" - 5:21# "Die Happy" - 5:15# "Burn It Down" - 3:10# "Come December" - 6:45# "Yesternight" - 3:27

Skyway
In an urban setting, a skyway, catwalk, sky bridge, or skywalk is a type of pedway consisting of an enclosed or covered bridge between two buildings. This protects pedestrians from the weather. These skyways are usually owned by businesses, and are therefore not public spaces

SL
- Geography :* Saint Lucia, a Caribbean island* Sri Lanka, in South Asia* Sierra Leone, in West Africa- Computing :* SL , a class of computational complexity* .sl, the country code top-level domain for Sierra Leone

Slab
-Physical materials:* Slab , a length of metal* Concrete slab, a flat plate used in construction* A piece of stone or concrete used to pave sidewalks or road surfaces* Slab : That portion of a tectonic plate that is subducting

Slack
-Places:*Slack, West Yorkshire, a village in Calderdale, England.*Slack River in Pas-de-Calais, northern France*Slacks Creek, Queensland, a suburb of Logan City, Queensland, Australia-Other:*Charlie Slack, American basketball player

Slacker
The term "slacker" is used to refer to a person who habitually avoids work. Slackers may be regarded as belonging to an antimaterialistic counterculture, though in some cases their behavior may be due to other causes .

Slacker (music service)
Slacker Radio is an interactive Internet radio service available in the US and Canada. Listeners can access the service on the web, through mobile apps on multiple smartphones as well as on Slacker Personal Radio Players and other devices. It allows users to create and share customized music stations

Slackness
Slackness refers to vulgarity in West Indian culture, behavior and the music. It also refers to a subgenre of dancehall music with straightforward sexual lyrics performed live or recorded. Its form and pronunciation varies throughout the Caribbean.

Slag (disambiguation)
Slag may refer to:* Slag, a by-product of smelting ore* Slag, a pejorative term for slut* Slag heap, mining waste* Slag , the Transformers character* Slag, an offensive word used by Transformers characters

Slainte (album)
Cup of Tea is a 2000 album by Irish Traditional Band Sláinte which renamed itself Mooncoyne in 2007. Cup of Tea is a mixture of tunes and songs from Mooncoyne's repertoire.-Track listing:

Slalom
To slalom is to zigzag between obstacles. It can refer to:Sports:*Alpine Slalom skiing*Whitewater slalom/kayaking*Freestyle slalom skating*Slalom skateboarding*Slalom water skiing*Slalom ice skating*Slalom windsurfing

SLAM
Slam or SLAM may refer to:In computer science:* Simultaneous localization and mapping, a technique used by robots and autonomous vehicles* SLAM project, a Microsoft Research project

Slam (JSS Band)
Slam is one of Jeff Scott Soto's past projects. He formed Slam in 1991 with guitarist George Bernhardt. In addition to Jeff and George, the band featured several other players throughout its brief history, including Gary Schutt.

Slam (novel)
Slam is a novel written by British author Nick Hornby, published in 2007. The book's main theme is teenage pregnancy and it is written from the perspective of a teenager, Sam.- Main characters :

Slam (single)
"Slam" was the second single released by Brian Dougans under his moniker "Humanoid", in 1989, and featured on the Global album. The track itself was the only other acid house single of the era, after Stakker Humanoid, with the following singles released from the album being more vocal led

Slam dunk
A slam dunk is a type of basketball shot that is performed when a player jumps in the air and manually powers the ball downward through the basket with one or both hands over the rim. This is considered a normal field goal attempt; if successful it is worth two points. The term "slam dunk" was coined by Los Angeles Lakers announcer Chick Hearn

Slam Dunk (Da Funk)
"Slam Dunk " is a song by British boy band Five, released as their first UK single in late 1997. It appeared on their first album, 5ive, in early 1998. The song reached #10 on the UK charts and sold around 500,000 copies worldwide. Featuring a blend of pop and rap, the single was produced by Jacob Schulze , Max Martin, and Denniz Pop

Slam dunk (disambiguation)
Slam dunk may refer to:* Slam dunk, a basketball shooting technique performed while the player is in midair* Slam dunk, a term used to denote certainty* Slam Dunk , a Japanese series about high school basketball rivalry

Slam-dunk
In mathematics, particularly low-dimensional topology, the slam-dunk is a particular modification of a given surgery diagram in the 3-sphere for a 3-manifold. The name, but not the move, is due to Tim Cochran. Let K be a component of the link in the diagram and J be a component that circles K as a meridian

Slammer
Slammer can refer to:*SQL Slammer, a Computer worm*a slang term for prison or jail*an "Alabama Slammer" or "Tequila Slammer" cocktail*Sholef / Slammer, an Israeli self-propelled 155mm howitzer based on a Merkava tank chassis

Slamming (disambiguation)
Slamming is the impact of the bottom structure of a ship onto the sea surface.Slamming may also refer to:* Telephone slamming, a telecommunications scam* Domain slamming, an Internet domain name scam

Slander (disambiguation)
Slander and libel are false or malicious claims that may harm someone's reputation.Slander may also refer to:* Slander of title, which is a species of malicious falsehood relating to real estate

Slane (disambiguation)
Slane may refer to:Places*Slane, a village in County Meath, Ireland*Slane, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland*Slane Castle, located in Slane village*Slanes, County Down, a parish and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland

Slang
Slang is the use of informal words and expressions that are not considered standard in the speaker's language or dialect but are considered more acceptable when used socially. Slang is often to be found in areas of the lexicon that refer to things considered taboo

Slang (Def Leppard song)
"Slang" is a 1996 song by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their gold album Slang. It reached #17 on the UK Singles Chart.The single cover features the Def Leppard logo but Slang did not feature the logo in any varation.

Slang (disambiguation)
Slang may refer to:* Slang, informal use of words in language* Slang , by Def Leppard* Slang , a Commodore 64/6502 programming language

Slant
Slant can refer to:*Bias or other non-objectivity in journalism, politics, academia or other fields* Slant height, is the distance from any point on the circle to the apex of a right circular cone

Slant (fanzine)
Slant was a science fiction fanzine edited by Walt Willis in collaboration with James White. It won the retro-Hugo for Best Fanzine of 1954, awarded in 2004.

Slap
A slap or "smack" is a broad stroke made with the open hand or the back of the hand, as opposed to a punch that is made with a closed fist. Slaps are frequently made across the face, but can be also made across hands or any other body part, and can use either the palm of the hand or the back of the hand.-Etymology and definitions:The word was first recorded in 1632, probably of

Slap (song)
"Slap" is the fourth single from Ludacris' fifth album Release Therapy .-Song information:"Slap" is an account of poverty on Bush America. Its narrator explains that he is feeling tired about working a lot and getting a low wage, and because of this, he has thoughts about beating his boss

Slap Bet
"Slap Bet" is the 9th episode in season 2 of the television series How I Met Your Mother. It originally aired on November 20, 2006. This episode was originally titled "Robin Sparkles."- Plot :

Slap Shot (video game)
Slap Shot is an ice hockey game released by Sega in 1990 for their Sega Master System. This game has nothing to do with the 1977 Hollywood film Slap Shot; dealing with international ice hockey teams instead of American minor league ice hockey teams.

Slapdash
Slapdash is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. Later uses of the name are spelled with a space as "Slap Dash".-Transformers: Generation 1:Slapdash is a Powermaster Autobot who turns into a car.

Slaphead (album)
Slaphead is the first EP by the Toadies. It was self-released in 1989.Two of the songs were re-recorded for Rubberneck and also appeared on the live album Best of Toadies: Live from Paradise: "I'm Away" and "I Come from the Water"

Slapstick
Slapstick is a type of comedy involving exaggerated violence and activities which may exceed the boundaries of common sense.- Origins :The phrase comes from the batacchio or bataccio — called the 'slap stick' in English — a club-like object composed of two wooden slats used in Commedia dell'arte

Slapstick (disambiguation)
Slapstick is comedy involving exaggerated physical violence.See also:* Slapstick filmIt may also refer to:*Operation Slapstick a British airborne mission in Italy 1943*Slapstick : Kurt Vonnegut novel

Slash
Slash may refer to:* Slash , the "/" punctuation character, also used in computing** In speech colloquially as a conjunction, in a place where a "/" would be put in writing

Slash (autobiography)
Slash is an autobiography written by rock guitarist Slash with Anthony Bozza.Most of the book focuses on Slash's years with Guns N' Roses, including many rock star cliches: trashed hotel rooms, groupies, drug abuse, etc. Slash talks about Axl Rose, front man of Guns N' Roses, and the breakup of the band in the mid-1990s

Slash (comics)
Slash is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe, most notably as a member of the Sisters of Sin.-Publication history:

Slash (logging)
Slash, or slashings, is a forestry term that refers to coarse and fine woody debris generated during logging operations or through wind, snow or other natural forest disturbances. Slash generated during logging operations may increase fire hazard and some North American states have passed laws requiring that logging slash be treated

Slasher
Slasher may refer to:* Slasher film, a subgenre of the horror film* Slasher , a scrub-clearing implement* Slasher , a 2004 documentary film* John Reis, an American musician, known by the pseudonym Slasher

Slasher (tool)
A slasher is an implement with a long sharp blade used to clear scrub. Its long handle, and the open face of its blade, lends it to use for clearing thin and dense low-lying bush where an axe would be too clumsy.

SLATE
SLATE, a pioneer organization of the New Left and precursor of the Free Speech Movement, was a campus political party at the University of California, Berkeley from 1958 to 1966.-Origins:

Slate (elections)
A slate is a group of candidates that run in multi-seat or multi-position elections on a common platform.The common platform may be because the candidates are all members of a political party, have the same or similar policies, or some other reason.

Slater
Slater is an occupational surname of English origin. A slater is a tradesman.-Surname:* Allana Slater , Australian artistic gymnast* Bert Slater , Scottish football player* Bill Slater , English footballer

Slater
A slater, or slate mason, is a tradesman who covers buildings with slate.- Tools of the trade :There are various tools of the slater's trade. They are all drop-forged.

Slater (Berkshire cricketer)
Slater was an English amateur cricketer who made 4 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1785 to 1787.-Career:He was mainly associated with Berkshire but also played for Middlesex .-External sources:*

SLATES
SLATES is an initialism that describes the business impacting capabilities, derived from the effective use of Web 2.0 technologies in and across enterprises

Slatko
Slatko is a thin fruit preserve made of fruit or rose petals in Serbian and also Jewish cuisine. Almost any kind of fruit can be used, like wild strawberry, blueberry, plum, and cherry

Slaty-breasted Tinamou
The Slaty-breasted Tinamou or Boucard's Tinamou, Crypturellus boucardi, is a type of Tinamou commonly found in lowland moist forests of Central America

Slaughter
-Animals:* Animal slaughter, killing animals for food** Ritual slaughter, the practice of slaughtering livestock for meat in a ritual manner*** Dhabīḥah, the prescribed method of ritual slaughter of animals excluding camels, locusts, fish and most sea life in Islamic law*** Shechita, the ritual slaughter of mammals and birds according to Jewish dietary laws* Slaughterhouse, the place where

Slaughtered
Slaughtered is an Australian slasher horror film who is directed by Kate Glover, produced from Sue Brown, the movie stars Steven O’Donnell and James Kerley.-Cast:* Chloe Boreham* Cassandra Swaby* Michael Lewis

Slaughterhouse (film)
Slaughterhouse is a 1987 horror comedy film.-Plot:An old farmer and his beloved son lament the fate of the old skilled hog farmer, now giving way to modern factory-type slaughterhouses

Slava (disambiguation)
Slava, meaning "glory" or "knowledge" in Slavic languages, may refer to:* Slava, common short nickname for masculine Slavic names ended with "-slav", e.g

Slave (song)
"Slave" is a song by The Rolling Stones on their 1981 album Tattoo You.Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, "Slave" was originally written and recorded for 1975's Black and Blue. Initial recordings took place in Rotterdam, Netherlands, using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio

Slavery (Ottoman Empire)
Slavery was an important part of Ottoman society until the Ottoman Empire extinguished slavery of Caucasians in the early 19th century. The practice carried over into Ottoman reign

Slavey
The Slavey are a First Nations aboriginal people of the Dene group, indigenous to the Great Slave Lake region, in Canada's Northwest Territories, and extending into northeastern British Columbia and northwestern Alberta.

Slavic
Slav, Slavic or Slavonic may refer to:*Slavic peoples**Slavic languages**Slavic mythology**Slavic names** Slavic surnames**the Church Slavonic language, and its earliest form, the Old Church Slavonic language

Slay
-Individuals:* Brandon Slay, former American Olympic wrestler* DJ Kay Slay , American hip hop DJ* Dwayne Slay , American football player* Francis G. Slay , mayor of St. Louis, Missouri, United States* Tamar Slay -Individuals:* Brandon Slay, former American Olympic wrestler* DJ Kay Slay (b. 1966), American hip hop DJ* Dwayne Slay (b. 1984), American football player* Francis G. Slay (b. 1955), mayor of St. Louis, Missouri, United States* Tamar Slay -Individuals:* Brandon Slay, former American Olympic wrestler* DJ Kay Slay (b. 1966), American hip hop DJ* Dwayne Slay (b. 1984), American football player* Francis G. Slay (b. 1955), mayor of St. Louis, Missouri, United States* Tamar Slay (b

Slayer
Slayer is an American thrash metal band formed in Huntington Park, California, in 1981 by guitarists Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King. Slayer rose to fame with their 1986 release, Reign in Blood, and is credited as one of the "Big Four" thrash metal acts, along with Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax.Slayer's musical traits involve fast tremolo picking, double bass drumming, and shouted

SLE
-Medicine:* Systemic lupus erythematosus, an autoimmune disease affecting multiple systems in the body* Slit lamp examination, as used to examine the eye during an eye examination* St

Sleazy (Expatriate song)
"Sleazy" is a song by Sydney band Expatriate. A demo version was featured as a B-side on the band's first single "Get Out, Give In" which was only sold at early live shows, and which is long out of print. The song was, at one stage, available as a free download on the band's website, however the link has long since been removed