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Solar (composition)
"Solar" is a musical composition attributed to Miles Davis on the studio album Walkin , considered a modern jazz standard. There is disagreement concerning the exact pronunciation of the tune, whether it was intended as or

Solar calendar
A solar calendar is a calendar whose dates indicate the position of the earth on its revolution around the sun .-Tropical solar calendars:

Solar prominence
A prominence is a large, bright feature extending outward from the Sun's surface, often in a loop shape. Prominences are anchored to the Sun's surface in the photosphere, and extend outwards into the Sun's corona

Solar System
The Solar System consists of the Sun and the astronomical objects gravitationally bound in orbit around it, all of which formed from the collapse of a giant molecular cloud approximately 4.6 billion years ago. The vast majority of the system's mass is in the Sun

Solar Systems (company)
Solar Systems has constructed three concentrator dish power stations in the Northern Territory, which together generate 720 kW and 1,555,000 kWh per year. This represents a saving of 420,000 litres of diesel fuel and 1550 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions.In 2003 Solar Systems completed construction of the first concentrator dish power station at Umuwa in South Australia

Solar wind (disambiguation)
Solar wind is a stellar phenomenon.Solar wind may also refer to:*Solar Winds, a computer game*SolarWinds, a network management software company*Solar Wind , a British comic*Hearing Solar Winds, an album of composer David Hykes

Solare may be:*Juan María Solare, Argentine composer and pianist.*Solare , an ancient Egyptian obelisk now in Rome.

A solarimeter is a pyranometer, a type of measuring device used to measure combined direct and diffuse solar radiation. An integrating solarimeter measures energy developed from solar radiation based on the absorption of heat by a black body. The principle this instrument was designed on was first developed by the Italian priest, Father Angelo Bellani

Solaris (grape)
Solaris is a variety of grape used for white wine. It was created in 1975 at the grape breeding institute in Freiburg, Germany by Norbert Becker.- Pedigree :

Solarium may refer to:* Similar to a Sunroom, a room built largely of glass to afford exposure to the sun. Solariums have glass roofs , unlike sunrooms

-The arts:* Solas , an Irish-American musical group** Solas , one of their albums* Solas , an Irish liturgical music group* Solas Festival, an Irish music festival held at Huntington Castle, Clonegal in County Carlow

SOLAS may refer to:*Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study*International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea

Sold usually refers to the unavailability of a particular item due to sale. It may also refer to:* Sold , the debut solo album by British singer Boy George* Sold , a British comedy drama television series

Sold (album)
Sold is the debut solo album by British pop rock / soul singer Boy George, released in 1987, for Virgin Music label, including the following hit singles, "Everything I Own" , "Keep Me In Mind" , "To Be Reborn" , and the title track "Sold" .-Overview:The album was a big success in Europe, and a modest success in the UK

Sold (novel)
Sold is a novel by Patricia McCormick, published in 2006. It tells the story of a girl from Nepal named Lakshmi, who is sold into sexual slavery in India. The novel is written in a series of short, vignette-style chapters, from the point of view of the main character.Lakshmi is a thirteen-year-old girl who lives with her family in a small hut in the mountains of Nepal

Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)
"Sold " is a the title of a song written by Richard Fagan and Robb Royer and recorded by American country music artist John Michael Montgomery. It was released in May 1995 as the second single from his 1995 self-titled album. It hit number-one on the country charts in the United States and Canada in July 1995

Sold (TV series)
Sold is a British comedy drama television series produced by Touchpaper Television for ITV. The series stars Kris Marshall and Bryan Dick as Matt and Danny, employees of Colubrines Estate Agents. It is written by Steve Coombes and was broadcast between 15 November and 20 December 2007.- Characters :* Danny — An estate agent "with a heart ..

Soldat (Romania)
Soldat is the lowest rank in the Romanian Land Forces. It is the equivalent of jandarm in the Romanian Gendarmerie.In day-to-day usage, the term soldat denotes every man or woman enrolled in the Romanian Armed Forces, irrespective of their actual rank or branch in which they activate.

A Soldato is the lowest level of the formal Mafia hierarchy, both in America and in Sicily. However, a soldier is much greater in rank and prestige than any ordinary associate of the crime family. In order to become a soldier, the primary requisite for an associate is to become a made man

A soldier is a member of the land component of national armed forces; whereas a soldier hired for service in a foreign army would be termed a mercenary

Soldier (Harvey Andrews song)
Soldier is a song written and recorded by Harvey Andrews in 1972 .The song was inspired by an event which happened in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1971 Sergeant Michael Willetts of 3 PARA cleared a room in Springfield Road RUC Police Station of civilians because a bomb with a short burning fuse had been planted by the Provisional IRA

Soldier (Neil Young song)
"Soldier" is a song by Neil Young from the 1972 soundtrack album, Journey Through the Past. It was the only new track included on the album, and was later released on the 1977 compilation Decade, although it was slightly edited.

Soldier (party)
During and following the First World War, several people ran in Canadian elections as soldiers. They had themselves listed on the ballot as Soldier Party, "Soldier-Farmer Party", "Soldier-Labour Party", or “Independent Soldier”.

Soldier of Fortune (album)
Soldier of Fortune is Japanese heavy metal band Loudness' eighth studio album, and their first with American vocalist Mike Vescera. It's the third Loudness album produced by Max Norman after Thunder in the East in 1985 and Lightning Strikes in 1986. The album is co-produced by Fates Warning's producer Roger Probert

Soldier On (song)
"Soldier On" is a song by English punk rock band Dogs. It was released on November 13, 2006, and the song later featured on the band's second studio album, Tall Stories From Under The Table. It reached a peak position of #149 on the UK Singles Chart.

Soldier's Heart (1998 novel)
For other uses of the term, see the Soldier's heart disambiguation page.Soldier's Heart: Being the Story of the Enlistment and Due Service of the Boy Charley Goddard in the First Minnesota Volunteers is a historical war novella by Gary Paulsen aimed at the teenage market

Soldiers (Drowning Pool song)
"Soldiers" is the lead single off Drowning Pool's third studio album Full Circle. Released in 2007 and marks the Drowning Pool single debut of frontman Ryan McCombs, formerly of Soil. It also features McCombs' signature shouting style otherwise heard rarely on the album.The song is written about and dedicated to the servicemen of the United States military

Sole may refer to:* Sole , the bottom of the foot* Sole , the bottom supporting member of the shoe-Business:* Sole proprietorship, a business which legally has no separate existence from its owner

Sole Survivor (1970 film)
Sole Survivor is a TV movie written by Guerdon Trueblood and directed by Paul Stanley. It starred Richard Basehart, William Shatner, and Vince Edwards

Sole Survivor (1983 film)
-Plot:TV commercial producer Denise emerges unscathed as the sole survivor of an airliner crash and feels as if she's about to be caught by something. Her doctor/boyfriend is convinced that she's experiencing "survivor's syndrome" in which sole survivors experience guilt and either commit suicide or put themselves in dangerous situations

Sole Survivor (song)
"Sole Survivor" is a song by the German power metal band Helloween taken from the album Master of the Rings. On "Closer to Home", the lead vocals are sung by Roland Grapow

In traditional prescriptive grammar, a solecism is something perceived as a grammatical mistake or absurdity, or even a simply non-standard usage. The word was originally used by the Greeks for what they perceived as mistakes in their language

Soledad is a Spanish word meaning solitude or loneliness. It is also a female given name. It may also refer to:-Places:* Soledad, California* Soledad, Atlántico, Colombia* Soledad Atzompa, Veracruz, Mexico* Soledad Correctional Training Facility

Soleil (album)
Album recorded by female Japanese pop artist Watanabe Misato. It was released on July 10, 2002 by Sony Music Entertainment.- Track listing :#YOU - Atarashii Basho -#egoism#truth#soleil#Watashi ga suki na Kodoku

Soleil (Miami)
Soleil is an approved skyscraper to be built in Miami, Florida. The building was approved in 2006 by the City of Miami and the Federal Aviation Administration, and construction is set to begin in the summer of 2007. Construction is expected to end in the fall of 2008. When completed, the tower will be 514 feet tall and contain 43 floors

Soleil (name)
Soleil may be either a surname or given name. An example of use as a given name is Soleil Moon Frye , an American actress and director. An example of use as a surname is Sky Soleil , an American actor and director.

A Solemnity of the Roman Catholic Church is a principal holy day in the liturgical calendar, usually commemorating an event in the life of Jesus, his mother Mary, or other important saints. The observance begins with the vigil on the evening before the actual date of the feast

Solenoid (disambiguation)
A solenoid may refer to*Solenoidal vector field in mathematics, a vector field characterized as having zero divergence.*Solenoid in physics or engineering** a starter solenoid, part of an automobile ignition system; also called a starter relay

Solenoid (DNA)
The solenoid defines the packing of DNA as a 30nm fiber of chromatin and results from the helical winding of at least five nucleosome strands.

Soler (band)
Soler is a Hong Kong-based rock duo originally from Macau formed by twin brothers Julio Acconci and Dino Acconci , Soler made their Hong Kong debut in early 2005

Soleşti is a commune in Vaslui County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bouşori, Iaz, Satu Nou, Soleşti, Şerboteşti, Ştioborăni and Valea Siliştei.

Literally, solicitation means: 'urgently asking'. It is the action or instance of soliciting; petition; proposal. In criminal law, it most commonly refers to either the act of offering goods or services, or the act of attempting to purchase such goods or services

Solicitors are lawyers who traditionally deal with any legal matter including conducting proceedings in courts. In the United Kingdom, a few Australian states and the Republic of Ireland, the legal profession is split between solicitors and barristers , and a lawyer will usually only hold one title

Solid is one of the three classical states of matter . It is characterized by structural rigidity and resistance to changes of shape or volume. Unlike a liquid, a solid object does not flow to take on the shape of its container, nor does it expand to fill the entire volume available to it like a gas does

Solid (album)
Solid is U.D.O.'s fifth album. Since the last album, Udo Dirkschneider had been busy with his old band Accept's reunion, which resulted in three albums.Accept's drummer Stefan Kaufmann entered U.D.O

Solid (song)
"Solid" is a hit single recorded by the husband-and-wife songwriting duo Ashford & Simpson. It was featured on their album, also titled Solid and released as a single in late 1984.

Solid solution
A solid solution is a solid-state solution of one or more solutes in a solvent. Such a mixture is considered a solution rather than a compound when the crystal structure of the solvent remains unchanged by addition of the solutes, and when the mixture remains in a single homogeneous phase

Solid state
Solid state may refer to:In science:* Solid-state chemistry* Solid-state physics* Solid-state laser* Solid matterIn electronics:* Solid state , circuits built of solid materials* Solid-state fan

Solid state
Solid state may refer to:In science:* Solid-state chemistry* Solid-state physics* Solid-state laser* Solid matterIn electronics:* Solid state , circuits built of solid materials* Solid-state fan

Solidarity is a Polish trade union federation that emerged on August 31, 1980 at the Gdańsk Shipyard under the leadership of Lech Wałęsa. It was the first non-communist party-controlled trade union in a Warsaw Pact country. Solidarity reached 9.5 million members before its September 1981 congress that constituted 1/3 of the total working age population of Poland

Solidarity (Catholic theology)
Solidarity is a principle of Catholic Social Teaching and a Christian virtue articulated by Pope John Paul II which amplifies the concept of the common good and holds that for Christians it is essential to act in favor of the well being of all, particularly those who are most poor and marginalized from political influence.In Solicitudo Rei Socialis, a major document of Catholic Social

Solidarity (newspaper)
Solidarity is a socialist newspaper published by the Alliance for Workers' Liberty .The paper was founded as a monthly in the mid-1990s, as Action for Health and Welfare, by the Welfare State Network , a campaign supported by the AWL, the International Socialist Group and others.The paper became identified with the AWL after its name was changed to Action for

Solidify is the third album from heavy metal band Grip Inc..- Track listing :# "Isolation"# "Amped"# "Lockdown"# "Griefless"# "Foresight"# "Human?"# "Vindicate"# "Stresscase"# "Challenge"# "Verräter "# "Bug Juice"- Line-up :

Solidify may refer to:* Solidify , the third album from heavy metal band Grip Inc.*Solidify, an album by American Idol contestant Amanda Overmyer

Solidus may refer to:*Solidus , the "⁄" grammatical punctuation character, also used in mathematics*Slash a sign, "/" used as a punctuation mark and for various other purposes

Solidus (punctuation)
The solidus is a punctuation mark used to indicate fractions including fractional currency. It may also be called a shilling mark, an in-line fraction bar, or a fraction slash.

Soliloquy (song)
"Soliloquy" is a 1945 song composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, written for their 1945 musical Carousel, where it was introduced by John Raitt.

Solipsism is the philosophical idea that only one's own mind is sure to exist. The term comes from Latin solus and ipse . Solipsism as an epistemological position holds that knowledge of anything outside one's own mind is unsure. The external world and other minds cannot be known, and might not exist outside the mind

Solita is a town and municipality in Caquetá Department, Colombia.

Solitaire (album)
Solitaire is a 1972 album by American singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka. The album, released after a successful English tour in early 1972, marked the comeback of Sedaka after a 10-year absence from the charts. Three singles were lifted from the album, "Beautiful You" , "That's When the Music Takes Me" , and "Dimbo Man"

Solitaire (Laura Branigan song)
-Background:The song originated as a 1981 recording in French by Martine Clemencau for whom "Solitaire" was a modest hit with a French chart peak of #50 on the French pop charts where it remained for 22 weeks. Written by Clemencau herself, the French version of "Solitaire" concerned a recluse who shuts himself away from a world moving toward nuclear war

Solitary is the state of being alone. The term may refer to:* shortened form of solitary confinement in jail* Solitary but social, a type of social organization in biology where individuals forage alone but share sleeping space