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¡Sorpresa! TV is an American Spanish-language children's television channel. The channel is currently available on Cablevision, Charter Communications, Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS and member systems of the National Cable TV Cooperative

Common sorrel or garden sorrel , often simply called sorrel, is a perennial herb that is cultivated as a garden herb or leaf vegetable

Sorrow may refer to:* Sorrow * Sorrow , an EP by The 3rd and the Mortal* "Sorrow" * "Sorrow" * "Sorrow" * "Sorrow" , also covered by The Merseys and David Bowie

Sorrow (Bad Religion song)
"Sorrow" is a song written by Brett Gurewitz and performed by Bad Religion. It was the first single to be released from their twelfth studio album, The Process of Belief, which was released in 2002, although the single was first played in the fall of 2001 by the L.A. radio station KROQ.-Charts:

Sorrow (EP)
Sorrow is the debut EP by the Norwegian doom metal band The 3rd and the Mortal-Track listing:# Grevinnens Bønn - 6:11# Sorrow - 2:17# Ring of Fire - 3:52# Silently I Surrender - 8:01-References:**

Sorrow (Flyleaf song)
"Sorrow" is a song by American Christian rock band Flyleaf. It was released as the Flyleaf studio album's fifth single, and the band's seventh single overall. On April 26, 2008, the accompanying music video premiered on MTV2.-Music video:

* "Sorry," an expression of regret or condolence* Sorry! , a board game* Sorry! , the board game remade electronically* Sorry! , a 1980s British sitcom* Sorry , aka Gomen, a 2002 Japanese Film

Sorry (Buckcherry song)
"Sorry" is the tenth single by Buckcherry, and the fifth from their third album, 15. It was not originally planned to be a single, but after increasing popularity on Mainstream radio, the band made a video and officially released the song.-Song meaning:

Sorry (film)
Sorry aka Gomen is a 2002 Japanese film by director Shin Togashi. It is a coming of age drama about the confusion of first love set in Kyoto and Osaka, Japan

Sorry (Grace Jones song)
"Sorry" is the second single by American singer and actress Grace Jones, released in 1976 on the Orfeus label in France and Beam Junction in the U.S. The song was later included on Jones' debut album Portfolio, released in 1977 on Island Records, along with an alternate mix of the B-side "That's The Trouble"

Sorry (Madness song)
"Sorry" is a single by the band Madness, released in March 2007 as a single. It is the first original Madness UK single not to be primarily written by a member of the band, and was given to them by their new management group to fill the gap between The Dangermen Sessions Vol. 1 and The Liberty of Norton Folgate

Sorry (The Paddingtons single)
"Sorry" is the 4th single to be taken from the debut album First Comes First by Kingston upon Hull band The Paddingtons. Released on October 17, 2005, it is their 4th single in total, and has been listed for 1 week on the UK Top 40

Sort may refer to:* Sorting, any process of arranging items in sequence or in sets** Sorting algorithm, any algorithm for arranging elements in lists** Sort , a Unix utility which sorts the lines of a file

The Treaty Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on Strategic Offensive Reductions , also known as the Treaty of Moscow, was a strategic arms reduction treaty between the United States and Russia that was in force from June 2003 until February 2011 when it was superseded by the New START treaty

Sorta is a rock band based in Dallas, Texas. The band has been honored with various awards over the years, including awards for individual group members, and a "Best Act in Town" win in 2006

Sorted may refer to:*Sorted , a BBC television series*"Sorted for E's & Wizz", a 1995 Pulp song*Sorted , 1999*Sorted *Sorted , a 2000 British thriller film

Sorted (film)
Sorted is a 2000 British thriller film directed by Alexander Jovy.-Plot:Carl has travelled to London to clear up the details of his brothers death. Although Carl finds that there is another side to his brothers life. A group of all-night rave junkies accept him into their family, as the brother of their late friend

Sorted (The Drones album)
Sorted is the second album by The Drones, released in 1999, some 22 years after its predecessor Further Temptations.-Track listing:#"Sorted" – 3:21#"Johnny Go Home" – 3:20#"Dirty Bastards" – 2:23#"Nightman" – 2:33#"Psychotic Woman" – 2:57

Sortes (ancient Rome)
Sortes were a frequent method of divination among the ancient Romans. The method involved the drawing of lots to obtain knowledge of future events: in many of the ancient Italian temples the will of the gods was consulted in this way, as at Praeneste and Caere.These sortes or lots were usually little tablets or counters, made of wood or other

Sortie is a term for deployment or dispatch of one military unit, be it an aircraft, ship, or troops from a strongpoint. The sortie, whether by one or more aircraft or vessels, usually has a specific mission.

Sortilege has several meanings:*As a form of divination see Cleromancy.*As the ancient Roman form of this divination, see Sortes **Sortilegus , one who makes predictions using the above form of divination

Sorting is any process of arranging items in some sequence and/or in different sets, and accordingly, it has two common, yet distinct meanings:# ordering: arranging items of the same kind, class, nature, etc

Sorting (sediment)
Sorting indicates the distribution of grain size of sediments, either in unconsolidated deposits or in sedimentary rocks. Poorly sorted indicates that the sediment sizes are mixed ; whereas well sorted indicates that the sediment sizes are similar .The degree of sorting may also indicate the energy and/or duration of deposition

SOS (game)
SOS is a game played with paper and pencil, typically played by children. It is similar to tic-tac-toe but with more complexity.

SOS (Jonas Brothers song)
"S.O.S" is a song by American pop band Jonas Brothers. The song was released as the band's second single from Jonas Brothers, their second studio album, in 2007. It was also their debut single in Europe in May 2008 and in UK in early June 2008

Sose or SOSE may refer to:*Social sciences, also called Studies of Society and Environment*Sose Mayrig, Armenian female fedayee*Service-oriented Software Engineering*Sins of a Solar Empire, a video game*System of systems engineering

Sospiri, Op. 70, is an adagio for string orchestra, harp and organ composed by Edward Elgar just before the beginning of World War I.

- Geography :* Sot , a village in Vojvodina, Serbia* Sot River, a river in north India* Stoke-on-Trent, a city in England- Other meanings :* Sotho language* Strong operator topology, a mathematical structure

Sota (Horna album)
Sota is the first EP by the black metal band Horna. It was released on Sinister Productions in 1999 with a limit of 666 copies, though only 200-300 copies are believed to exist. It has not been re-released.-External links:**

The branch of Christian theology that deals with salvation and redemption is called Soteriology. It is derived from the Greek sōtērion + English -logy.

Soteriology is the study of religious doctrines of salvation, which are a feature of various religions

Sotho may refer to:*The Sotho people , an African ethnic group principally resident in South Africa and Lesotho.*The Sotho language , a Bantu Language spoken in southern Africa, an official language of both South Africa and Lesotho.*The Northern Sotho language , a group of related Bantu dialects classed

Soto (food)
Soto, sroto, tauto or coto is a common dish, found in many regional variations of Indonesian cuisine. It is a traditional soup mainly composed of broth, meat and vegetables. There is no clear definition of what makes a soto, but normally many traditional soups are called soto, whereas foreign and Western influenced soups are called sop

Sots or SOTS may refer to:*Slaughter of the Soul* Sword of the Stars, a PC game* Sounds of the 60s, a BBC radio show* Drunkards* Squawk on the Street, US Financial show that Airs 9-11AM from NYSE Floor on CNBC.

SOU could refer to:* Southampton Airport - IATA airport code SOU* Southampton Central - station code SOU* Southern Oregon University* Southern Railway

Sou may refer to:* Sou , a type of food pastry* Sou , a film by Theodore Ushev for Shorts in Motion: The Art of Seduction* Solidus #France, French slang for coins

Sou (pastry)
Sou is a type of dried flaky Chinese pastry found in a variety of Chinese cuisine.-Dim sum:In dim sum restaurants, char siu sou is the most common version available. Other varieties may include century egg and lotus seed paste. These are commonly found in Hong Kong or Singapore in Asia

A soubrette is a female stock character in opera and theatre. The term arrived in English from Provençal via French, and means "conceited" or "coy".-Theater:

Souche is a small town in the north west Hunan province of China

The soucouyant or soucriant in Dominica, Trinidadian and Guadeloupean folklore , is a kind of witch vampire.-Legend:

Souda (disambiguation)
Souda, alternative spelling Suda , can refer to:*Souda, a town on the coast of Crete, Greece**Souda Bay, a bay and natural harbour in Crete, near the town of the same name**Souda Island, an island in the bay of the same name

Soudat is a commune in the Dordogne department in Aquitaine in southwestern France.-Population:-References:*

A sough is an underground channel for draining water out of a mine. Its ability to drain a mine depends on the bottom of the mine being higher than a neighbouring valley

A soul in certain spiritual, philosophical, and psychological traditions is the incorporeal essence of a person or living thing or object. Many philosophical and spiritual systems teach that humans have souls, and others teach that all living things and even inanimate objects have souls. The latter belief is commonly called animism

Soul (film)
Dusha is a 1981 Soviet musical drama film written by Alexander Borodyansky and directed by Alexander Stefanovich, starring Sofia Rotaru and Mikhail Boyarsky. The movie features songs songs performed by Sofia Rotaru, Mikhail Boyarsky and the Russian rock band Mashina Vremeni

Soul (series)
The is a weapon-based historical fantasy fighting game series by Namco Bandai Games. The series revolves around a sword that, after years of bloodshed and hatred, gained a soul of its own, the Soul Edge, and the sword forged to counter it, Soul Calibur. The series is special in that each character is created to have his or her own unique weapon and style creating a varied fighting experience

Soul food
Soul food cuisine consists of a selection of foods traditional in the cuisine of African Americans. It is closely related to the cuisine of the Southern United States

Soul Food (Def Jef album)
Soul Food is the second and final album released by Def Jef. It was released in 1991 for Delicious Vinyl and featured production from Def Jef, DJ Mark the 45 King and The Brand New Heavies

Soul Music (TV series)
Soul Music is a seven-part animated television adaptation of the book of the same name by Terry Pratchett, produced by Cosgrove Hall, and first broadcast on 12 May 1997. It was the first film adaptation of an entire Discworld novel

Soula is a commune in the Ariège department in southwestern France.-Population:Inhabitants of Soula are called Soulanois.

Soulages is a commune in the Cantal department in south-central France.-Population:

Soule (disambiguation)
Soule can refer to:Places*Soule, former viscounty and French provinceSurname*Abdou Soulé Elbak , former president of the autonomous island of Grande Comore*Chris Soule , an American skeleton racer

Souled is the title of the sixth studio album by singer-songwriter & producer Thomas Anders. It was released in 1995, and was produced by Peter Wolf . The album featured covers of The Beatles' "Michelle", Stephanie Mills' "Never Knew Love Like This Before" and a duet with The Pointer Sisters on "Feel for the Physical"

Soulless is the third album by Grave. The band adopted a slower and deeper sound for this album.A video for the title track was filmed.-Track listing:# "Turning Black" – 4:31# "Soulless" – 3:08# "I Need You" – 4:18

Soulless (disambiguation)
Soulless may refer to:*Soulless , a historic name for PHOX2A, a human transcription factor*Soulless , a 1994 album by metal band Grave*Soulless , a 2009 steampunk novel by Gail Carriger

Soulmate (song)
"Soulmate" is a pop song written and produced by Natasha Bedingfield, Mads Hauge and David Tench for Bedingfield's second album, N.B. . The song is written in the key of E-flat minor and set in 4/4 time. Bedingfield's vocals range from F#3 to B4. The lyrics discuss if there is a soulmate for everyone and if Bedingfield will ever find the right partner

Sound is a mechanical wave that is an oscillation of pressure transmitted through a solid, liquid, or gas, composed of frequencies within the range of hearing and of a level sufficiently strong to be heard, or the sensation stimulated in organs of hearing by such vibrations.-Propagation of sound:Sound is a sequence of waves of pressure that propagates through compressible media such

Sound (album)
Sound is the fourth studio album by British band Dreadzone. It was released in 2001 on Ruff Life Records.-Track listing:# "Return of the Dread" - # "Crazy Knowledge" - # "Mean Old World" - # "Black Rock and Roll" -

Sound (nautical)
In nautical terms, the word Sound is used to describe the process of determining the depth of water in a tank or under a ship. Tanks are sounded to determine if they are full or empty and for other reasons

Sound (Shetland)
Sound is an area of situated to the west of central Lerwick, the capital town of Shetland.

Sound Barrier
Sound Barrier was a heavy metal band from Los Angeles from 1980 to 1987.-Biography:Sound Barrier was most notable for the fact that all four original members were African American, which gained them significant publicity, but did not result in commercial success. They were signed by MCA Records; their first album, Total Control, sold just 12,000 copies, and MCA dropped the group

Sound barrier (disambiguation)
Sound barrier may refer to:*Sound barrier, the transition at transonic speeds from subsonic to supersonic travel, usually referring to flight.*The Sound Barrier, a British 1952 film directed by David Lean.

Sounder (film)
Sounder is a 1972 film starring Cicely Tyson, Paul Winfield, Kevin Hooks, Carmen Mathews, Taj Mahal, Eric Hooks and Janet MacLachlan. It was adapted by Lonne Elder III and directed by Martin Ritt from the 1970 Newbery Medal-winning novel Sounder by William H

Sounding generally refers to a mechanism of probing the environment by sending out some kind of stimulus. The term derives from the ancient practice of determining the depth of water by feeding out a line with a weight at the end.

Soundings (disambiguation)
Soundings may refer to:*Soundings , a British political journal of the new left*Soundings , a radio drama series produced by Jeff Green

Soundings (journal)
Soundings is a journal of political thought which has been published since 1995. It describes its aim as "contributing to the process of left renewal" and is published in London by Lawrence & Wishart

Soundings (radio drama)
Soundings is an award-winning radio drama series produced from 1980 to 1989 in Ottawa by multimedia artist Jeff Green. Episodes were generally in the science fiction genre.-Overview: