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A sled, sledge, or sleigh is a land vehicle with a smooth underside or possessing a separate body supported by two or more smooth, relatively narrow, longitudinal runners that travels by sliding across a surface. Most sleds are used on surfaces with low friction, such as snow or ice. In some cases, sleds may be used on mud, grass, or even smooth stones

Sledge (disambiguation)
Sledge may refer to:* Sledge, a vehicle with runners for sliding* Sledge , an American rock band of the late 1980s-early 1990s* Sledge, Mississippi, United States* Sledgehammer, a large hammer* Sledge - a fictional character.

A sledgehammer is a tool consisting of a large, flat head attached to a lever . The head is typically made of metal. The sledgehammer can apply more impulse than other hammers, due to its large size. Along with the mallet, it shares the ability to distribute force over a wide area

Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or absent consciousness, relatively suspended sensory activity, and inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles. It is distinguished from quiet wakefulness by a decreased ability to react to stimuli, and is more easily reversible than being in hibernation or a coma

Sleep (Marion song)
"Sleep" was the 2nd single released by Marion in February 1995. It was re-recorded for their first album, This World and Body, and this version was also released as single in March 1996.

Sleep (non-human)
Sleep in non-human animals refers to how the behavioral and physiological state of sleep, mainly characterized by reversible unconsciousness, non-responsiveness to external stimuli, and motor passivity, appears in different categories of animals.

Sleep (operating system)
A computer program may sleep, which places it into an inactive state for a period of time. Eventually the expiration of an interval timer, or the receipt of a signal or interrupt causes the program to resume execution.- Usage :

A sleeper is a person who is sleeping. It may also refer to:-Music:* Sleeper , a Britpop band in the 1990s* The Sleepers , a punk/post-punk band active from 1978 until 1981

Sleeper (Everyday Sunday album)
Sleeper is the first studio album by CCM band Everyday Sunday. This album was the band's only independently released album.-Track listing:#"Would You Leave"#"Sleeper"#"Wait"#"This Time"#"Just A Story"#"I Will Stand Up Now"#"You Are God"

Sleeper (Marvel Comics)
Sleeper is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Fictional character biography:The Sleeper was the most powerful of four robots designed in Berlin by Nazi Germany as agents of destruction. After World War II, the Sleeper was entombed within a crypt that was sunk into the sea

Sleeper (Torchwood)
"Sleeper" is the second episode of the second series of British science fiction television series Torchwood, which was first broadcast by BBC Two on 23 January 2008. A specially edited pre-watershed repeat was shown the following day.-Synopsis:

Sleeping (song)
"Sleeping" is a dance song performed by English singer Rick Astley. It was written and produced by Chris Braide and Astley in 2001. The song was Astley's first single in almost 8 years, released in Germany only

Sleeping bag
A sleeping bag is a protective "bag" for a person to sleep in, essentially a blanket that can be closed with a zipper or similar means, and functions as a bed in situations where a bed is unavailable . Its primary purpose is to provide warmth and thermal insulation

Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault or Little Briar Rose by the Brothers Grimm is a classic fairytale involving a beautiful princess, enchantment, and a handsome prince

Sleeping Beauty (1995 film)
Originally released directly to video in 1995, Sleeping Beauty is a 48-minute animated film adapted from the classic fairy tale, "Sleeping Beauty" by Charles Perrault

Sleeping Beauty (Faerie Tale Theatre episode)
Sleeping Beauty is the 5th episode of the television anthology Faerie Tale Theatre. The story is adapted from the classic fairytale of Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault and Brothers Grimm and stars Bernadette Peters as the title character.-Plot:

Sleeping sickness
Human African trypanosomiasis, sleeping sickness, African lethargy, or Congo trypanosomiasis is a parasitic disease of people and animals, caused by protozoa of the species Trypanosoma brucei and transmitted by the tsetse fly. The disease is endemic in some regions of sub-Saharan Africa, covering about 37 countries and 60 million people

Sleeping sickness
Sleeping sickness may refer to:* African trypanosomiasis, a parasitic disease of people and animals* Animal trypanosomiasis, also known as nagana or animal African trypanosomiasis* Eastern equine encephalitis virus

Sleepless is a single by the band King Crimson, released in 1984. Its tracks are from the album Three of a Perfect Pair . The song "Sleepless" is best known for its distinctive opening bassline which features Tony Levin actually slapping on the strings to create its pulsating beat

Sleepless may refer to:In film and television:* Sleepless, a horror film of 2001 by Dario Argento* La Anam , an Egyptian film** La Anam, an Arabic novel by Ihsan Abdel Quddous, basis for the film

Sleepless (2001 film)
Sleepless is a 2001 horror film by Dario Argento. The film stars Max von Sydow and Stefano Dionisi and marks Argento's return to the giallo subgenre

Sleepless (Kate Rusby album)
Sleepless is an album by English folk musician Kate Rusby, released in 1999. It was nominated for the Mercury Prize the same year.-Track listing:#"The Cobbler's Daughter"#"I Wonder What is keeping my True Love This Night"#"The Fairest of all Yarrow"

A sleepover, also known as a pajama party or a slumber party, is a party most commonly held by children or teenagers, where a guest or guests are invited to stay overnight at the home of a friend, sometimes to celebrate birthdays or other special events

Sleepwalker, The Sleepwalker or Sleepwalk may refer to:* Sleepwalking or somnambulism, a sleep disorder- Film and television:* Sleepwalker , a silent film featuring Jack Mulhall

Sleepwalking (disambiguation)
Sleepwalking is a sleep disorder.Sleepwalking may also refer to:* Sleepwalking , a 2008 drama film* Sleepwalking , 1982* Sleepwalking , 1992* Sleepwalking , 2009

Sleepwalking (film)
Sleepwalking is a 2008 dramatic film starring Nick Stahl, AnnaSophia Robb, and Charlize Theron . It centers around the bonding of a 30-year-old man and his 12-year-old niece after she is abandoned by her mother. The girl is taken in by the state after he loses his job and apartment

Sleepwalking (Gerry Rafferty album)
Sleepwalking is the fifth studio album by Gerry Rafferty, released in 1982. It is the follow-up to the 1980 album Snakes and Ladders. It would be Rafferty's last album for Liberty/United Artists, and his last for six years.

Sleepwalking (Magnum album)
Sleepwalking is the ninth studio album by British melodic rock band Magnum, released in 1992.Following the decision to leave Polydor, Sleepwalking was recorded within six months, and is the first self-produced album by Magnum since The Eleventh Hour. Tony Clarkin was much happier acting as producer, following his working relationship with Keith Olsen on Goodnight L.A.

Sleepwalking (song)
"Sleepwalking" is the debut single from The X Factor series 2 contestant, Maria Lawson.The song features a sample of The Chi-Lites hit single "Have You Seen Her".

SLEEPY is an original novel written by Kate Orman and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Seventh Doctor, Bernice, Chris and Roz. It is part of the "Psi Powers series".-Synopsis:

Sleepy may refer to:* Feeling the need for sleep* SLEEPY, a novel by Kate Orman based on the TV series Doctor Who* Sleepy , a character in the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Sleet refers to two distinct forms of precipitation:*Rain and snow mixed, snow that partially melts as it falls. *Ice pellets, one of three forms of precipitation in a US-style "wintry mix", the other two being snow and freezing rain. The latter is referred to as sleet mainly by the United States National Weather Service

Sleeve (construction)
In construction, a sleeve is used both by the electrical and mechanical trades to create a penetration.-Materials:Sleeves can be made of:* sections of steel pipe* plastic* sheet metal* proprietary devices that are listed firestop components

Sleeve (disambiguation)
A sleeve can be:* Sleeve, that part of a garment which covers the arm, or through which the arm passes or slips* A tube into which another tube is inserted, which in the case of small tubes is called a thimble

Sleigh (disambiguation)
Sleigh may refer to:* Sleigh, a vehicle with runners for sliding* Sleigh Presty, a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars seriesPeople with the surname Sleigh:* Clifford Sleigh , Canadian murderer* Colonel Arthur B

Sleight is a surname, and may refer to:* George Sleight , English trawler owner* Karl J. Sleight , attorney

Sleight of hand
Sleight of hand, also known as prestidigitation or legerdemain, is the set of techniques used by a magician to manipulate objects such as cards and coins secretly.

-Theatre and film:*Sleuth , a 1970 play by Anthony Shaffer*Sleuth , a film adaptation of the Anthony Shaffer play, directed by Joseph L

Sleuth (2007 film)
Sleuth is a 2007 thriller film directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Jude Law and Michael Caine. The screenplay by Harold Pinter is an adaption of Anthony Shaffer's Tony Award-winning play Sleuth

Sleuth (computer game)
Sleuth is a text-based "whodunit" computer-game created by Eric N. Miller of Norland Software. It was first released in 1983. When the game starts, a murder has just been committed. The object of the game is to solve the murder mystery by examining the house and talking to its occupants. Being a text-based game, the graphics are rather simple and consist of ASCII characters

Sleuth (play)
Sleuth is a 1970 play written by Anthony Shaffer. The play is set in the Wiltshire, England manor house of Andrew Wyke, an immensely successful mystery writer. His home reflects Wyke's obsession with the inventions and deceptions of fiction and his fascination with games and game-playing

*In electronics, the slew rate represents the maximum rate of change of a signal at any point in a circuit*In motion control, particularly with application to telescopes and spacecraft, slewing is the rotation of an object about an axis

Slew (spacecraft)
A spacecraft is either spin stabilized or 3 axis stabilized .For a spin stabilized spacecraft a slew means a change of the direction of the spin axis relative to space. This can be done by applying a torque to the spacecraft, in general by operating a thruster in pulsed mode synchronous to the spin

-Food:* A portion of bread, pizza, cake, or meat that is cut flat and thin, cf. sliced bread* Slice , a line of fruit-flavored drinks* Vanilla slice, a dessert* Mr. Slice, the mascot of Papa John's Pizza restaurant

Slice (album)
Slice is the fourth album from Arthur Loves Plastic and was released in 1998. In 2002, Slice was reissued on the Hexagon Records label.-Awards:

Slicing may refer to:* Slicing, a mechanical process, see Cutting* Slicing , image slicing for web design and interface design* Program slicing, a set of software engineering methods* Object slicing, an object-oriented programming issue

Slicing (web design)
In fields employing interface design skills, slicing is the process of dividing a single 2D user interface composition layout into multiple image files of the graphical user interface for one or more electronic pages

Slick may refer to:* A puddle, especially of oil, as in an oil spill* Slick tire, used in motor racing* Slick , a large woodworking chisel

Slid may refer to:* Slíd, one of the eleven rivers of Élivágar in Norse mythology* "Slid" , a 1993 electronica song* Student League for Industrial Democracy

-Fiction:*Slide, a fictional creature in the Sword of Truth book series-Music:*Slides , an album by Richard Harris *Slide , an album by Lisa Germano*Slide , a single by the Goo Goo Dolls

Slide (geography)
A Slide in physical geography is a term for the fixed or settled residue of a landslide that has stabilized, sometimes in the form of an alluvial fan. It has become a mostly permanent fixture to the landscape.

Slide (Slave song)
"Slide" was a hit song by R&B/funk band Slave in 1977. Released from their self-titled debut album, it reached number one on the R&B charts in 1977 and peaked at number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

Slide rule
The slide rule, also known colloquially as a slipstick, is a mechanical analog computer. The slide rule is used primarily for multiplication and division, and also for functions such as roots, logarithms and trigonometry, but is not normally used for addition or subtraction.Slide rules come in a diverse range of styles and generally appear in a linear or circular form with a

In baseball, a slider is a pitch that breaks laterally and down, with a speed between that of a curveball and that of a fastball.

Slider (computing)
A slider, also known as track bar in Microsoft literature, is an object in a GUI with which a user may set a value by moving an indicator, usually in a horizontal fashion. In some cases the user may also click on a point on the slider to change the setting

Sliders is an American science fiction television series. It was broadcast for five seasons, beginning in 1995 and ending in 2000. The series follows a group of travelers as they use a wormhole to "slide" between different parallel universes. The show was created by Robert K. Weiss and Tracy Tormé

Slideshows (album)
Slideshows is the second studio album release by Australian rock band Thirsty Merc. It was released on 21 April 2007, through Warner Music Australia. Six singles were released from the album. The first single "20 Good Reasons", became Thirsty Merc's first single to peak in the Top 10 on the Australian Singles Chart

Sliding may refer to:*Sliding , also floating or gliding, a group of footwork-oriented dance techniques*Slide , an attempt by a baseball runner to avoid getting tagged out*Slide

Sliding (motion)
Sliding is a type of frictional motion between two surfaces in contact. This can be contrasted to rolling motion. Both types of motion may occur in bearings.

Sliding door (vehicle)
A sliding door is a type of door that opens by sliding , whereby the door is either mounted on or suspended from a track. These aren't usually used in small vehicles, but generally they're most commonly used for minibuses and buses to provide a large entrance or exit for passengers without obstructing the pavement

Slight is a surname, and may refer to:* Aaron Slight , former professional motorcycle road racer* Jim Slight , Australian cricketer

A slighting is the deliberate destruction, partial or complete, of a fortification without opposition. During the English Civil War this was to render it unusable as a fort.-Middle Ages:

Slim may refer to:* Field Marshal William Slim, 1st Viscount Slim , a British military commander and 13th Governor-General of Australia* Slim , Band member from the group 112

SLIM is developed at the Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility and is a slitless spectroscopy simulator programme created to produce simulated ACS grism and prism images. It is written in Python programming language and covers all spectral elements available in the Advanced Camera for Surveys installed on-board the Hubble Space Telescope