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Sonne (Farin Urlaub song)
"Sonne" [Sun] is a song by Farin Urlaub. It's the third single and the second track from his album Am Ende der Sonne. It's possibly about unrequited love or just distance between lovers, where the narrator is angry, because the sun shines, even though things are bad and the beloved one is not with him.-Video:The video is set in the feudal Japan and Farin plays a Japanese man

Sonnen
Sonnen is a small municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. It is located in the Danube forest, lower Bavarian forest and is located mostly in the district Passau at a height of 700 to 900 meters. Sonnen lies 28 km from Passau, 9 km from Hauzenberg and from the forest itself 13 km

Sonnet (KDE)
In KDE Software Compilation 4, Sonnet is a multilingual spell check program. Sonnet replaces kspell2 that was created for KDE3. The two main goals for Sonnet's development were a simpler API, wider language support and performance. Notable improvements in Sonnet over kspell2 are*Automatic language detection, a language can be identified with as little as 20 characters of text

Sonnit
Sonnit are a German New Pop Band from Braunschweig, who imprint the German Independent-Popscene since 2000.- History :The Band was originally founded under the name Eat her Eyes in 1996

Sonny
-Athletes:* Sonny Ates, retired American racecar driver* Sonny Bishop, American college and professional football player* Sonny Chiba, Japanese martial artist and actor* Sonny Hertzberg, American NBA basketball point guard, original NY Knickerbocker

Sonny (album)
Sonny is the fourth album by Chicago-based alternative country band Souled American and the first to be released after the departure of drummer Jamey Barnard. Like their first three albums, tt was released in 1992 by Rough Trade Records, though Sonny was only released in the UK after Rough Trade's American branch folded

SoNo (Atlanta)
SoNo is an urban sub-district of Downtown Atlanta, Georgia, part of Midtown. Much of the area originally consisted of slum areas such as Buttermilk Bottom, which were razed for urban redevelopment projects in the 1960s

Sonogram
A sonogram may refer to the following:* A diagnostic medical image created using ultrasound echo equipment, see medical ultrasonography

Sons (1996 film)
Sons is a 1996 Chinese film directed by Zhang Yuan. Detailing the collapse of a family due to alcoholism, Sons straddles the line between fiction and documentary, as the film's "actors" all play themselves in reenactments of their own lives.

Sons (novel)
Sons is the sequel to the novel The Good Earth, and the second book in The House of Earth trilogy by renowned author Pearl S. Buck. It was first published in 1932.

Sons of Champlin
The Sons of Champlin is an American rock band, formed in the late 1960s and hailing from the San Francisco-Bay area. They are fronted by vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Bill Champlin, who was also a member of the rock band Chicago.-Early years:

Sonson
Sonson may refer to:* Sonsón, a Colombian municipality.* SonSon, an arcade game by Capcom.* Sonson , a fighting game character who is the granddaughter of the original Sonson from the above game.

Soo
Soo may refer to:* Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, a border city in Canada* Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, a border city in the United States** Soo Locks, the locks between Lake Superior and the lower Great Lakes* Soo Township, Michigan

Soo (film)
Soo is a 2007 South Korean film directed by Choi Yang-il.-Plot summary:Tae-soo tries to steal from a gang. The gang catches Tae-Soo's brother, Tae-Jin, instead. The incident causes the brothers to separate. Tae-Soo becomes a mob fixer and an assassin. Tae-Jin becomes a police detective

Soo (puppet)
Soo is a British puppet and TV character popular in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and other countries. Soo was first featured on The Sooty Show as the girlfriend of the main puppet character Sooty in 1964.

Sook
Sook may refer to:* Sook, Sabah, a small town in Interior Division, Sabah, Malaysia* Cry baby* Glynko da Sook, powerlifter* Hoon Sook Pak, ballerina* Moon Nam Sook, Korean voice actor* Ryan Sook, comic book artist

Sool (disambiguation)
Sool may refer to:*Sool, province in the Horn of Africa*Sool, Switzerland, a village in the canton of Glarus*Spontaneous onset of labor*Sool , an album by Ellen Allien

Soon
Soon may refer to:*Soon , an album by Tanya Tucker**"Soon" , its title track*Soon , an EP by Far*"Soon" , song written by George and Ira Gershwin, from the 1927 musical Strike Up the Band

Soon (EP)
Soon in an EP released in 1997 by American rock band Far.It contains two songs later released on their 1998 release "Water & Solutions", an acoustic version of a song released on their earlier release "Tin Cans With Strings To You", and one song previously unreleased

Soon (song)
"Soon" is a 1927 song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin.It was introduced by Helen Gilligan and Jerry Goff in the 1930 revision of the musical Strike Up the Band.- Notable recordings :

Sooner or Later
Sooner or Later is the first album from British music group BBMak released through Telstar Records. It was released in the UK in May 2000 and re-released the following year

Sooner or Later (disambiguation)
-Albums:* Sooner or Later * Sooner or Later * Sooner or Later * Sooner or Later in Spain, 2006 DVD/CD by Marah-Songs:* "Sooner or Later" * "Sooner or Later"

Sooner or Later (Murray Head album)
Sooner or Later is a studio album by Murray Head. It was released in 1987.In 2001 it was reissued by Headcase and includes two bonus tracks, "Picking up the Pieces" and "Some People".-Track listing:All songs composed by Murray Head unless noted.

Sooner or Later (Rex Smith album)
Sooner or Later is an album by Rex Smith, released on the Columbia label in 1979. The first four songs were featured in a 1979 NBC TV movie of the same title.-Track listing:All tracks composed by Stephen Lawrence and Bruce Hart; except where indicated

Soot (disambiguation)
Soot is the black, impure carbon particles resulting from the incomplete combustion of a hydrocarbon.Soot may also refer to:* Engebret Soot , Norwegian engineer* Soot , a language manipulation and optimization framework

Soothe
Soothe is a Bjørn Lynne dance album released in 2004.-External links:* Includes lo-fi full-length previews of all songs.

Soothsayer
Soothsayer may refer to:* One practicing divination, including:** Fortune-teller** Oracle* The Soothsayer, an album by Wayne Shorter* "Soothsayer", a song by Buckethead from Crime Slunk Scene

Sooty (coat)
Sooty is a term used to describe certain shades of horse coat color. Horses with the sooty trait have black or darker hairs mixed into their coats, typically concentrated along the top of the horse and less prevalent on the underparts

Sooty (disambiguation)
Sooty is a British puppet and TV character popular in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and other countries.Sooty may also refer to:* Sooty , a horse coat color* Sooty , a British children's television series

Sooty (TV series)
Sooty is a British children's television series that aired on ITV from 5 November 2001 - 6 January 2004 for three series. It replaces Sooty Heights, although the setting is much the same

SOP
A sop is a piece of bread soaked in a liquid. SOP is an acronym for any of the following:*Standard operating procedure*Sales and operations planning *Same origin policy, a security measure for client-side scripting*Seeds of Panic

Sop
A sop is a piece of bread or toast that is soaked in liquid food and then eaten. In medieval cuisine, sops were very common. Sops were served with wine, soup or broth, and then picked apart into smaller pieces to soak in the liquid. At elaborate feasts, bread was often pre-cut into finger-sized pieces rather than broken off by the diners themselves

Sophia
-Geography:* Sofia, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Bulgaria* Sofia Zoo, a zoo in Sofia, Bulgaria* Sofia Province, a province of Bulgaria* Sophia, West Virginia* Sophia, a former name of Niulakita, the southernmost island of Tuvalu

Sophia (empress)
Aelia Sophia was the Empress consort of Justin II of the Byzantine Empire from 565 to 578. She was specifically interested in economic matters and was involved in financial matters during Justin's reign

Sophia (EP)
Sophia is a 2006 EP released by The Crüxshadows. It accompanies the 2007 album DreamCypher. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales, and #7 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales, making it one of their most successful releases, second only to Birthday.-Track listing:#"Sophia" #"Sophia" #"Titan"#"Sophia" Sophia is a 2006 EP released by The Crüxshadows. It accompanies the 2007 album DreamCypher. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales, and #7 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales, making it one of their most successful releases, second only to Birthday.-Track listing:#"Sophia" (album version)#"Sophia" (radio edit)#"Titan"#"Sophia" Sophia is a 2006 EP released by The Crüxshadows. It accompanies the 2007 album DreamCypher. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales, and #7 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales, making it one of their most successful releases, second only to Birthday.-Track listing:#"Sophia" (album version)#"Sophia" (radio edit)#"Titan"#"Sophia" (Here I Am Club

Sophia (indie band)
Sophia is an indie rock band consisting of Robin Proper-Sheppard, former member of The God Machine, and the Sophia collective, a group of musicians who collaborate with Sophia

Sophia (name)
Sophia is a female name derived from σοφία, the Greek word for "Wisdom." Sophie is from the French form. Sophia has been a popular name throughout the western world

Sophia (name)
Sophia is a female name derived from σοφία, the Greek word for "Wisdom." Sophie is from the French form. Sophia has been a popular name throughout the western world

Sophia (rock band)
SOPHIA is a Japanese rock band formed in 1994 by vocalist Mitsuru Matsuoka, guitarist Kazutaka Toyota, bassist Yoshio Kuroyanagi, drummer Yoshitomo Akamatsu and keyboardist Keiichi Miyako. They made their major debut in 1995.

Sophia (song)
"Sophia" is the second single released from the re-release of Nerina Pallot's second album, Fires. It was released on October 2, 2006. It was nominated to an Ivor Novello Award in the category of Best Song .

Sophie (TV series)
Sophie is a Canadian television sitcom starring Natalie Brown as Sophie Parker, an unmarried single mother and talent agent. The show is an English-language adaptation of Télévision de Radio-Canada's show Les Hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin

Sophocles
Sophocles is one of three ancient Greek tragedians whose plays have survived. His first plays were written later than those of Aeschylus, and earlier than or contemporary with those of Euripides

Sophocles (software)
Sophocles was a Windows-based screenwriting software application used for writing feature film and television screenplays. The program first became available on the Internet in 1999

Sophomore
Sophomore is a term used in the United States to describe a student in the second year of study at high school or university.The word is also used as a synonym for "second", for the second album or EP released by a musician or group, the second movie of a director, or the second season of a professional athlete.- Etymology :The term comes from Greek , “acquired skill, clever

Sopranino
Sopranino is used to indicate a tonal range beyond soprano.In particular, it can refer to:* a type of various wind instruments such as:** the sopranino saxophone,** the sopranino clarinet,** the sopranino recorder; or

Soprano
A soprano is a voice type with a vocal range from approximately middle C to "high A" in choral music, or to "soprano C" or higher in operatic music. In four-part chorale style harmony, the soprano takes the highest part, which usually encompasses the melody

Soprano (disambiguation)
Soprano is the highest female singing voice or the highest voice part in a singing group.Soprano may also refer to:*Soprano , a software library*Soprano , French rapper*Soprano clarinet*Soprano recorder*Soprano saxophone

Soprano (KDE)
Soprano is a software library that provides an object-oriented C++/Qt4 framework for RDF data. Soprano was created as a sub project under the NEPOMUK project and forms a part of the semantic desktop in KDE Software Compilation 4

Soprano (rapper)
Soprano, born Saïd M'Roubaba in Marseille on 14 January 1979 is a French rapper of Comorian descent. He was a part of the rap group Psy 4 de la Rime

Sora (album)
-Chart positions:-Sales and certifications:- Release history :

Sorb
Sorb may refer to:*Sorbs, a Slavic ethnic group*Sorbus, a genus of trees*Sorbus domestica, a species belonging to the Sorbus genus*Sorbus aucuparia, a species belonging to the Sorbus genus*Sorbus torminalis, a species belonging to the Sorbus genus

Sorbets
Sorbets may refer to the following places in France:*Sorbets, Gers, a commune in the Gers department*Sorbets, Landes, a commune in the Landes department

Sorbian
Sorbian may refer to more than one article:* Sorbs, a Slavic people in modern day Germany* Sorbian languages, a group of closely related West Slavic languages-See also:

Sorbic acid
Sorbic acid, or 2,4-hexadienoic acid, is a natural organic compound used as a food preservative. It has the chemical formula C6H8O2. It is a colourless solid that is slightly soluble in water and sublimes readily

Sorbitan
Sorbitan is a mixture of chemical compounds derived from the dehydration of sorbitol. The mixture can vary, but usually consists of 1,4-anhydrosorbitol, 1,5-anhydrosorbitol and 1,4,3,6-dianhydrosorbitol

Sorbo
Sorbo may refer to:*Sorbo, a type of rubber used in various products, like the Mk 2 mine-People:*Gunnar Sørbø , current director of the Chr

Sorcerer
-Gaming:* Sorcerer , a 2002 tabletop role playing game made by Ron Edwards* Sorcerer , a 1984 interactive fiction computer game made by Infocom

Sorceress
Sorceress may refer to:*Sorcerer*Witch*Magician *Sorceress , a character from the Spyro the Dragon series*Sorceress, a class in The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind*Sorceress, a character class from Diablo II

Sorcery
Sorcery may refer to:* Magic * Maleficium * Witchcraft* Sorcery , a video game for the PlayStation 3 utilizing the PlayStation Move* Sorcery , 1995* Sorcery , 1974

Sore
Sore may refer to:* A mild pain or ache* A small skin ulcer, usually open from skin infection* A slang term for angry* Sore , an Indonesian rock band* Sore, Landes, a village in the Landes département of France* Sore , by Buzzov*en

Sore (album)
Sore is second album released by sludge metal band Buzzov*en in 1994, through Roadrunner Records. It has since gone out of print.-Track listing:#"Sore" – 9:20#"Unwilling to Explain" – 2:16#"Hollow" – 5:09#"Done" – 2:46#"I Don't Like You" – 5:42

Soredium
Soredia are common reproductive structures of lichens. Lichens reproduce asexually by employing simple fragmentation and production of soredia and isidia. Soredia are powdery propagules composed of fungal hyphae wrapped around cyanobacteria or green algae. Fungal hyphae make up the basic body structure of lichen

Sorel
- Surname:* Agnès Sorel , mistress of Charles VII of France* Albert Sorel , French historian* Charles Sorel, sieur de Souvigny , French novelist* Edward Sorel , American illustrator and cartoonist

Sores
Sores is a French surname, and may refer to:* Jacques de Sores , French pirate* Raoul II Sores , marshal of France

Sorg
Sorg is the second album released by the Swedish doom metal band Faith. It was released in 2005 on Doom Symphony Records. Sorg means "grief" in Swedish.-Track listing:*"Emotional Retard" - 08.12*"The Day I Died" - 06.51*"Winter" - 07.28

Sorin (first name)
Sorin is a Romanian name origins from the substantive soare, which means Sun Sorin is common as a given name but it exists also as surname