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Soda Pop (song)
"Soda Pop" is the second Comedy / Pop single from Bo' Selecta!. The song was featured in a sketch in the third series, and was sung by Leigh Francis whilst impersonating Craig David.

In Christian theology, a sodality is a form of the "Universal Church" expressed in specialized, task-oriented form as opposed to the Christian church in its local, diocesan form . In English, the term sodality is most commonly used by groups in the Catholic Church, where they are also referred to as confraternities. See Sodality

Sodality (Catholic Church)
A sodality, also known as a "union of prayer" or "confraternity", is an older designation for a lay ecclesial movement or organization in the Roman Catholic Church.

Sodality (social anthropology)
In social anthropology, a sodality is a non-kin group organized for a specific purpose , and frequently spanning villages or towns . Sodalities are often based on common age or gender, with all-male sodalities more common than all-female

Sode may refer to:*Sode, Haute-Garonne, a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in France*Sode, Togo

Sodium citrate
* Monosodium citrate* Disodium citrate* Trisodium citrateThe 3 forms of the salt are also collectively known as food additive E331.

Sodium lactate
Sodium lactate is the sodium salt of lactic acid produced by fermentation of a sugar source, such as corn or beets, and then neutralizing the resulting lactic acid to create a compound having the formula NaC3H5O3. As a food additive, sodium lactate has the E number E325 and naturally is a liquid product, but also is available in powder form

Sodium sulfate (data page)
- Material Safety Data Sheet : The handling of this chemical may incur notable safety precautions. It is highly recommend that you seek the Material Safety Datasheet for this chemical from a reliable source such as , and follow its directions.

Sodo (woreda)
Sodo is one of the 77 woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Gurage Zone, Sodo is bordered on the south by Meskanena Mareko, and on the west, north and east by the Oromia Region

- Places :* Sodom and Gomorrah, infamous Biblical cities* Sodom, Ontario, Canada* Mount Sodom or Mount Sedom, Israel* Mount Sudum and valley near Lund Khwar, Pakistan Lund Khwar#Holy war against the Sikh* Winschoten or Sodom, Netherlands

Sodomy is an anal or other copulation-like act, especially between male persons or between a man and animal, and one who practices sodomy is a "sodomite"

Sods is a term used in the Allegheny Mountains of eastern West Virginia for a mountain top meadow or bog, in an area that is otherwise generally forested

Sofa may refer to:In general:* A piece of furniture also called a couch* Sofa slave-soldiers in the Mali Empire and its successor states.* Russian Hypocoristic for the name SofiyaIn music:* Any of four bands of overlapping eras:

SOFA (Astronomy)
The SOFA software libraries are a collection of subroutines that implement official IAU algorithms for astronomical computations.As of February 2009 they are available in both Fortran and C source code format.

Sofa (Canadian band)
Sofa was a Montreal-based band that was active from 1993 to 1997. The group is best remembered for being the first group to release material on post-rock record label Constellation Records; bandmember Ian Ilavsky Sofa was a Montreal-based band that was active from 1993 to 1997. The group is best remembered for being the first group to release material on post-rock record label Constellation Records; bandmember Ian Ilavsky Sofa was a Montreal-based band that was active from 1993 to 1997. The group is best remembered for being the first group to release material on post-rock record label Constellation Records; bandmember Ian Ilavsky (later a member of Re: and Thee Silver Mt

Sofa (warrior)
Sofa is a Mandinka term for slave soldiers who served in the army of the Mali Empire. Sofas would also fight, in varying capacities, in the armies of later Mandé states such as the Bamana and Wassoulou empires.-Etymology:

Sofar may refer to:* Sofar bomb , a long-range position-fixing system that uses explosive sounds in the deep sound channel of the ocean

Soffit , in architecture, describes the underside of any construction element

Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria and the 12th largest city in the European Union with a population of 1.27 million people. It is located in western Bulgaria, at the foot of Mount Vitosha and approximately at the centre of the Balkan Peninsula.Prehistoric settlements were excavated in the centre of the present city, near the royal palace, as well as in outer districts

Sofia (singer)
Sofia is a 23-year-old bossa singer in the Philippines. She graduated from the University of Santo Tomas with a degree in Medical Technology. She is now a licensed medical technologist.

Soft or SOFT may refer to:* Soft , a musical group* Soft!, a novel by Rupert Thomson* Soft matter, various states of matter with low resistance to external force* Soft magnetic material is a magnetic material with low coercivity

Soft (band)
Soft is an American indie rock band from New York City.-History:Soft formed in Brooklyn in 2003, but the group did not begin performing live until more than a year afterwards; for this reason, they were not well known on the New York music scene despite receiving critical acclaim elsewhere

Soft copy
Soft copy and hard copy are types of output.A soft copy is the unprinted digital document file. This term is often contrasted with hard copy

Soft palate
The soft palate is the soft tissue constituting the back of the roof of the mouth. The soft palate is distinguished from the hard palate at the front of the mouth in that it does not contain bone.

Soft Target (book)
Soft Target: How the Indian Intelligence Service Penetrated Canada is an investigative journalism work in the form of a book written by two Canadian reporters Zuhair Kashmeri & Brian McAndrew

Soft Targets
-Personnel:*Matt Whyte *Kamara Thomas *Christopher Bear

Softball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of 10 to 14 players. It is a direct descendant of baseball although there are some key differences: softballs are larger than baseballs, and the pitches are thrown underhand rather than overhand

Softener may refer to:* Water softener* Fabric softener* Stool softener* Food softener* Plastic softener, generically known as a Plasticizer

"Softly" is the debut single of J-pop singer, Leah Dizon. It was released on February 14, 2007, the same day she released her second photobook Hello! Leah

Softness may refer to:* The opposite of one of the many types of hardness.* A texture which is the opposite of roughness.

Software (album)
-Singles:*"All the Machines " – 3:34 b/w "All the Machines" – 4:47 *"Through the Window" b/w "Habits" -Personnel:*Grace Slick – lead vocals, background vocals*Peter Wolf – keyboards, linn programming, synth bass

Software (novel)
Software is a 1982 cyberpunk science fiction novel written by Rudy Rucker. It won the first Philip K. Dick Award in 1983. The novel is the first book in Rucker's Ware Tetralogy, and was followed by a sequel, Wetware, in 1988.- Plot summary :

Software engineer
A software engineer is an engineer who applies the principles of software engineering to the design, development, testing, and evaluation of the software and systems that make computers or anything containing software, such as computer chips, work.- Overview :

Software package (installation)
In package management systems, which are commonly used with Linux-based operating systems, a package is a specific piece of software which the system can install and uninstall.

Sog may refer to:*Sog River, river in Iceland*Sog County, county in Tibet

-Places in Italy:*Sogliano al Rubicone – in the province of Forlì-Cesena*Sogliano Cavour – in the province of Forlì-CesenaLecce

SOH may refer to:* Hispaniolan Ornithological Society or * Start of Header , an ISO C0 control code* Sine = Opposite ÷ Hypotenuse, a mnemonic used to teach trigonometry* South of Heaven, an album by the thrash metal band Slayer

Soil, often typeset as SOiL, is an American rock band that formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1997.Soil's success came in 2001 when Pat Lynch of Orlando rock radio station WJRR, played the demo of "Halo" in heavy rotation. A major label bidding war erupted, the band chose J Records

Soil (disambiguation)
Soil may refer to the following:*Soil, a naturally occurring granular covering on the surface of Earth, capable of supporting life*Lunar soil, a similar granular covering on the Moon

Soil conservation
Soil conservation is a set of management strategies for prevention of soil being eroded from the Earth’s surface or becoming chemically altered by overuse, acidification, salinization or other chemical soil contamination

A sojourner is a person who resides temporarily in a place; Sojourner may also refer to:*Sojourners Magazine*Sojourner Truth , an abolitionist and women's rights activist

Sojourner (album)
Sojourner is Magnolia Electric Co.'s 2007 box-set release, comprising: three full-length albums, one four-song EP, one documentary movie on DVD, The Road Becomes What You Leave; a celestial map and a medallion; all within a wooden box

Sok may refer to:* Sok River in Russia* Sok, a unit of volume*Sok, a Cambodian name meaning "well"As an acronym, SOK or S.O.K. may refer to* "Suppressor of killing" in molecular biology, see hok/sok system

Soko can refer to:* Soko , a French singer* SOKO, a Yugoslavian aircraft manufacturer* SOKO, a Germany abbreviation of "Sonderkommission" *SOKO 5113, a German police procedural television programme

Soko (disambiguation)
Soko may refer to:* Soko, a jazz fusion duo* SOKO, an aircraft factory in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina* Soko , a French singer and actress* Sökö, another word for Five-card stud

Soko (singer)
SoKo is a French singer and actress.-Early life:Sokolinski was born in Bordeaux, France. She has used the nickname Soko as long as she can remember

Soľ is a village and municipality in Vranov nad Topľou District in the Prešov Region of eastern Slovakia.-Geography:The municipality lies at an altitude of 140 metres and covers an area of 10.286 km². It has a population of about 2,293 people.

Sol (newspaper)
Sol is a Portuguese weekly national newspaper published every Saturday. It was first published on September 16, 2006. Sol was founded by José António Saraiva with the premise to compete with the long-established Expresso.

Sol-fa (album)
is the second full-length studio album by Japanese rock band, ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION, released on October 20, 2004.-Reception:With the LP, AKG fully realized and honed the upbeat tempo but hard-edged and emotionally-charged sound first expressed within Hōkai Amplifier

Sola (Iran Castillo song)
"Sola" is the first single by Mexican singer-songwriter Irán Castillo for her second studio album Tatuada en tus besos . This song was the principal theme of the soap opera Soñadoras.-Music video:

Sola (manga)
Sola is a Japanese work originally conceived by Naoki Hisaya with original character design by Naru Nanao . Sola is a mixed media project, first unveiled through the prologue of the manga featured in the Japanese manga magazine Dengeki Daioh on December 21, 2006, published by MediaWorks

Solace, from Old French solas, from Latin sōlācium "consolation",meaning comfort or consolation in a time of distress.Solace may refer to:* Solace , a 1991 music album by Sarah McLachlan

Solace (film)
Solace is a 2006 South Korean film, and the directorial debut of Byeon Seung-wook. It stars Han Suk-kyu as a pharmacist who cares for his mentally disabled brother, and the relationship he builds with a debt-saddled woman who sells fake designer clothes

Solace (Lengsel album)
Solace is the first full length album by the Norwegian metal band Lengsel. An renowned and acclaimed album, Solace initially released on Endtime Productions as a digipak edition in 2000

Solai is a town in Nakuru District, Rift Valley Province, Kenya. It is located about thirty kilometers north of the district capital, Nakuru.Administratively, Solai is a location in Bahati division of Nakuru District. Solai location has a population of 35,949

Solan (Xena)
Solan is a fictional character in the television series Xena: Warrior Princess, he is played by David Taylor, and later by Nicko Vella.-Biography:

Solanaceae are a family of flowering plants that include a number of important agricultural crops as well as many toxic plants. The name of the family comes from the Latin Solanum "the nightshade plant", but the further etymology of that word is unclear

Solange (disambiguation)
Solange was a Christian saint who died in 880.Solange may also refer to:* Solange Knowles or Solange, American R&B/soul singer* Solange, a novel by Willy Kyrklund- People with the given name :