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Somerset (European Parliament constituency)
Somerset was a European Parliament constituency covering all of Somerset in England, and southern Avon.Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Somerset (UK Parliament constituency)
Somerset was a parliamentary constituency in Somerset, which returned two Members of Parliament , known traditionally as knights of the shire, to the House of Commons of England until 1707, the House of Commons of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800, and the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1832.Elections were held by the bloc vote system.-MPs 1290–1629:*

"Something" is a song by The Beatles, written by lead guitarist George Harrison in 1969. It was featured on the album Abbey Road, and was also the first song written by Harrison to appear on the A-side of a Beatles' single

Something (disambiguation)
"Something" is a song by The Beatles.Something may also refer to:* Something * Something * "Something" * "Something", a song by Dark Lotus from Tales from the Lotus Pod

Something Awful
Something Awful, often abbreviated to SA, is a comedy website housing a variety of content, including blog entries, forums, feature articles, digitally edited pictures, and humorous media reviews. It was created by Richard "Lowtax" Kyanka in 1999 as a largely personal website, but as it grew, so did its contributors and content

Something Else (book)
Something Else is a children's picture book written by Kathryn Cave and illustrated by Chris Riddell.Cave and Riddell were awarded the very first international UNESCO prize for Children's and Young People's Literature in the Service of Tolerance for Something Else.The book was later made into a TV comic series by TV Loonland.-Plot:Something Else

Something Else (Robin Thicke album)
-Singles:*Magic*The Sweetest Love*Dreamworld - A video for the song, directed by Anthony Mandler was released on February 11, but no further information shows that the song will be released officially.

Something for Kate
Something for Kate are a rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Members include songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Paul Dempsey, drummer Clint Hyndman and bassist Stephanie Ashworth

Something for the Weekend (2000s BBC TV series)
Something for the Weekend is a British television series, broadcast on BBC Two on Sunday mornings. It features cookery, drinks, interviews with celebrity guests and clips from the week's television, as well as classic clips in the 'Deja View' section

-Albums:* Sometimes , an album by City and Colour, or the title song, "Sometimes "* Sometimes, by Thomas Knak-Songs:* "Sometimes" * "Sometimes" * "Sometimes"

Somewhere is a multi-disciplinary UK-based creative organisation founded in 2001 by artist / film-makers Karen Guthrie and Nina Pope to produce and support projects with a concern for under-represented subjects, new audiences and innovative uses of media and technologies.After studying together at Edinburgh College of Art, Pope & Guthrie completed MA's in London

Somewhere may refer to:* Somewhere , a 2010 film directed by Sofia Coppola* Somewhere , a UK-based creative organisation* Somewhere, a brand name of Redcats, a subsidiary of French multinational PPR- Music :

Somewhere (album)
-Personnel:*Eva Cassidy - vocals, backup vocals, guitar*Chris Biondo - bass guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizers, percussion*Keith Grimes - electric guitar*Lenny Williams - piano, organ, synthesizers, orchestra*Raice McLeod - drums, percussion

Somewhere (Shanice song)
"Somewhere" is a song by Shanice. It was the lead single to her third album 21... Ways to Grow.-Track listing:12" single"Somewhere" is a song by Shanice. It was the lead single to her third album 21... Ways to Grow.-Track listing:

Somewhere (song)
"Somewhere" is a song from the 1957 Broadway musical West Side Story which was made into a film in 1961. The music is composed by Leonard Bernstein with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and takes a phrase from the slow movement of Beethoven's 'Emperor' Piano Concerto, which forms the start of the melody, and also a longer phrase from Pyotr Tchaikovsky's final scene from the ballet Swan

Somewhere Else
Somewhere Else may refer to:* Somewhere Else * Somewhere Else * Somewhere Else , an album by Sun Ra* "Somewhere Else" * "Somewhere Else"

Somewhere Else (Eva Avila album)
Somewhere Else is the first album of Eva Avila, the winner of the fourth season of Canadian Idol. It's been released in Canada, on November 14, 2006. The album was largely produced by Rob Wells, and includes a song produced by Cyndi Lauper: "This Kind of Love", her debut single "Meant to Fly", her second single "I Owe It All To You", and her newest single, "Fallin' for You"

Somewhere Else (Marillion album)
Somewhere Else is Marillion's 14th studio album, released on 9 April 2007.Unlike the previous two albums by the band, they decided not to ask fans to pre-order it before it was recorded because they didn't need the money. This left some fans disappointed as there was no deluxe edition released

Sommant is a commune in the Saône-et-Loire department in the region of Bourgogne in eastern France.-References:*

Somnambulist can refer to:* a person who engages in somnambulism * The title of a song "The Fleeting Somnambulist" by Deathrock/Gothic Band Christian Death, Written by by Rozz Williams November 6, 1963 - April 1, 1998

Somnium was originally a Latin word meaning "dream", and may refer to:* Somnium , a scientific fantasy in Latin by Johannes Kepler* Somnium, a brand name for the drug lorazepam* Somnium a 7-hour album by the ambient musician Robert Rich

A son is a male offspring; a boy or man in relation to his parents. The female analogue is a daughter.-Social issues regarding sons:In pre-industrial societies and some current countries with agriculture-based economies, a higher value was, and still is, assigned to sons rather than daughters, giving males higher social status, because males were physically stronger, and could

SON protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the SON gene.-Further reading:

Son (album)
Son is Juana Molina's fourth album.The album was ranked #5 on Tiny Mix Tapes' Top 25 Albums of 2006.- Track listing :#"Rio Seco" – 3:32#"Yo No" – 4:57#"La Verdad" – 6:40#"Un Beso Llega" – 7:18

Son (Katya Chilly album)
Son is the unreleased album of Katya Chilly.Katya started working on this album in 2000. All songs were inspired by hard period in her life when she fell on stage during Chervona Ruta tour and injured her arm. She stopped touring and creating process. Also Katya lost a lot of "friends" and support from people in show business. All these hard events inspired the album

Son (Korean name)
Son or Sohn or Shon is a common Korean family name. As of 2000, there are 415,182 people by this surname in South Korea.-origin:*Gui clan of Qi from Shun

Son of Man (1980 film)
Son of Man is an award-winning 1980 South Korean film directed by Yu Hyun-mok. It is based on the same titled 1979 novel written by Yi Munyol.-Synopsis:

Son of Man (novel)
Son of Man is a 1971 novel written by Robert Silverberg, most known for his science fiction writing. The book is about Clay, a 20th century man, who travels billions of years into the future and meets humanity in its future forms

Son of Man (song)
"Son of Man" is the name of a song by English Genesis Singer/Songwriter Phil Collins for the soundtrack of the 1999 film Tarzan. It peaked at #68 on the German Media Control Charts as well as at #96 on the French Singles Chart.

Son-in-Law was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and an influential sire, especially for sport horses.The National Horseracing Museum says that Son-in-Law is "probably the best and most distinguished stayer this country has ever known." Described as "one of the principal influences for stamina in the modern thoroughbred" in Ulbrich's Peerage of

Şona is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Alecuş , Biia , Doptău , Lunca Târnavei , Sânmiclăuş , Şona and Valea Sasului .-References:

Sonas: Happiness, good fortune, prosperity, luck, success, felicity, bliss. is the name used for a , known as The Original Patched Jeans.

Sonda can refer to:* Sonda , a type of Brazilian-built sounding rocket* Sonda , a Polish television popular science series broadcast between 1977 and 1989* Sonda, Estonia, a settlement in EstoniaAs an acronym, SONDA can refer to:

Sonda (TV series)
Sonda was a Polish television popular science series broadcast between 1977 and 1989. It was presented by Zdzisław Kamiński and Andrzej Kurek. During the period of 12 years of broadcasting, the programme was the most popular and appreciated science TV show in Poland, becoming cult viewing for a generation

Sonde is a music design and performance ensemble based in Montreal. From 1975 to about 1985, Sonde gave hundreds of performances in North America and Europe on sound sources of their own invention. Sonde was also engaged in television, film, and dance .-History:Sonde was founded in 1975 and originally called MuD

The sone was proposed as a unit of perceived loudness by Stanley Smith Stevens in 1936. In acoustics, loudness is the subjective perception of sound intensity

In music, a song is a composition for voice or voices, performed by singing.A song may be accompanied by musical instruments, or it may be unaccompanied, as in the case of a cappella songs

Song (album)
Song is the third and final album of Lullaby for the Working Class. It was released August 24, 2012 on Bar/None Records.-Track listing:8th October 2011 - 24th August 2012# "13:35 Home 34 Mins"# "14:09 Home 20 Mins"# "16:35 Home 45 Mins"

Song (Korean name)
-origin:Song*Song Ju Eun of Yangju Song clan*Song Wui is indigenous people of Haeju, Yonan in Hwanghaedo*Song Song Rye of Iksan Song clan*Song Shin Kyung of Mungyeong Song clan

Song of Songs (2006 film)
Song of Songs is a 2006 film directed by Josh Appignanesi and written by Josh Appignanesi and Jay Basu. It stars Natalie Press and Joel Chalfen

A songbird is a bird belonging to the suborder Passeri of the perching birds . Another name that is sometimes seen as scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird"

SongBird is a Dutch sub label owned by Tijs Verwest and Arny Bink. It is a sublabel of Black Hole Recordings, established in 1997, and is most well known as the label on which Tiësto's popular trance series In Search of Sunrise was released.-Artists:

Songbird (Bernard Fanning song)
"Songbird" is the second single from Bernard Fanning's solo debut album Tea & Sympathy, released in 2005. It reached #11 on National Airplay Charts in January 2006, and was #14 on Triple J Hottest 100 in 2005

Songbird (disambiguation)
A songbird is a bird belonging to the suborder Passeri of Passeriformes.Songbird may also refer to:*Songbird Ocarinas, a maker of ocarinas.* Songbird , an open source audio player

Songbird (Kenny G song)
"Songbird" is a song by Kenny G, and the third single from his 1986 album Duotones. It reached #3 on the U.S. Adult Contemporary charts, #4 on the U.S. Hot 100 charts and #23 on the U.S

Songbird (TV series)
Songbird is a weekly musical show where Regine Velasquez sings.. The show had its pilot on May 15, 2008. It ended on August 9, 2008 and is replaced by Nuts Entertainment.-See also:*List of programs broadcast by GMA Network*GMA Network

Songbird (Willie Nelson album)
Songbird is an album by Willie Nelson released by Lost Highway Records on October 31, 2006. It was produced by contemporary country rock musician Ryan Adams. Adams, along with his band The Cardinals, performed on the album’s eleven tracks

Songbook (disambiguation)
A songbook, or song book, is a book containing lyrics and notes for songs.Songbook may also refer to:In albums:* Songbook * Songbook * Songbook

Songbook (Dj Shah album)
Songbook is the second studio album by German musician, composer and producer Roger-Pierre Shah.-CD1:-CD2:

Songbook (musical)
Songbook is a musical with music by Monty Norman and book by Monty Norman and Julian More. It premiered at the Globe Theatre, in London on July 25, 1979, and ran for 208 performances.Directed by Jonathan Lynn with musical staging by Gillian Lynne it won the Olivier Award for the Best New Musical in 1979.The musical opened on Broadway at

Songbook (Nudie Suits album)
Songbook is the first album from Auckland band The Nudie Suits. It was recorded between 1999 - 2000 on a Fostex R8 8-track recorder in St. Kevins Arcade, Auckland.-Track listing:#"Up The Buhi" – 2:56#"Travellin' Library" – 3:24

Songeons is a small village in northern France. It is designated municipally as a commune within the département of Oise.

Songfest may refer to:* Songfest * Songfest * Songfest: A Cycle of American Poems for Six Singers and Orchestra, a 1977 work by Leonard Bernstein

Songfest (Ohio festival)
Songfest is an annual music festival that takes place every June on the city green of Bedford, Ohio. The first Songfest took place in 1983.

Songs (Spiers and Boden album)
Songs is an album by Spiers and Boden. It consists of traditional British folk songs and sea shanties, apart from Innocent When you Dream which was written by Tom Waits for the soundtrack to the film "Franks Wild Years". It was released less than six months after their previous album Tunes . Four of these songs concern murder, which gives a dark tone to the album

Songs of Innocence and of Experience
Songs of Innocence and of Experience is an illustrated collection of poems by William Blake. It appeared in two phases. A few first copies were printed and illuminated by William Blake himself in 1789; five years later he bound these poems with a set of new poems in a volume titled Songs of Innocence and of Experience Showing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul

The term "songster" is most often used to denote a wandering musician, usually but not always African American, of the type which first appeared in the late 19th century in the southern United States

A songwriter is an individual who writes both the lyrics and music to a song. Someone who solely writes lyrics may be called a lyricist, and someone who only writes music may be called a composer

Songy is a commune in the Marne department in north-eastern France.In September, 1731 Marie Angélique, called the "wild girl of Songi" or the "wild girl of Champagne", was captured at Songy. Then, she spent some months in the castle of the Viscount d'Epinoy.

Soni (name)
Soni is an Indian family name, which is believed to be originated from Hindi word 'Sona' meaning gold, as the people of this origin were goldsmiths by profession. A majority of people having this surname would be found in northern and western parts of India such as Marwar and Gujarat

-Companies:*Sonic Drive-In, a United States fast food restaurant chain*Sonic Foundry, a computer software company which develops programs for editing audio and video*Sonic Healthcare, a company that provides laboratory pathology and radiology services

SONIC DP83932 is a National Semiconductor 10 Mbit/s Ethernet controller. In the early 1990s, integrated ethernet subsystems based on the SONIC controller were used in computer workstations such as the MIPS Magnum family and the Olivetti M700, inter alia.

Sonicflood is an American Christian Worship band from Nashville, Tennessee. Originally under the name Zilch, the band formed in 1997. The group took the name Sonicflood in 1998 as they became known as a praise and worship band following some line-up changes

Sonna is a post-rock band from Baltimore, Maryland. The band formed in 1998, and have released two full length albums on label Temporary Residence, of which guitarist deVine is the owner.-Studio albums:

Sonne may refer to a number of things:*"Sonne" , a song by German band Rammstein*"Sonne" *RV Sonne, a German research vessel