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Spat may refer to:* Spat , an astronomical unit of distance* Spats , a type of shoe accessory* Wheel spats, British term for aerodynamic fairings that reduce the drag on fixed-undercarriage aircraft* Spat, the past tense of spit

A spatchcock, otherwise known as "spattlecock", is poultry or game that is prepared for roasting or grilling by removing the backbone and sternum of the bird and flattening it out before cooking.

Spate is a surname, and may refer to:* Clive Spate , British game show contestant* Oskar Spate , geographerSpate may also refer to a flood.-See also:* Pate * Spade * Spat

A spatium is a space in anatomy. They are often landmarks to find other important structures. Examples include:*Axillary space*Retropharyngeal space*Retropubic space*Epidural space*Subdural space*Subarachnoid space*Retroperitoneal space

Spatula (disambiguation)
A spatula is a:*Cooking utensil also known as a fishslice in the UK*Frosting spatula used for frosting cakes*Putty knife used for spreading materials such as plaster or paint*Spatula *Laboratory tool for scooping up small quantities of powder

Spatz is a children's comedy series that ran on CITV during the 1990s, produced by Thames Television and created by Andrew Bethell. The show originally ran from 28 February 1990 to 10 April 1992, with repeats shown until 1996. The show centred around a fictional burger bar situated in Cricklewood, London

Spaulding (automobile)
Spaulding was a name used for automobiles from two different companies. One company was based in Grinnell, Iowa and the other in Buffalo, New York.-Spaulding of Iowa:

Spavin may refer to:In equine veterinary medicine:* Bone spavin, a degenerative joint disease of the distal intertarsal and tarsometatarsal joints of the hock* Bog spavin, a synovial distension of the tarsocrural joint of the hock

Spawn may refer to:* Spawn , the eggs of aquatic animals* Spawn , an operating system function that executes a child process* Spawn , a fictional character in the comic series of the same name

Spawn (computing)
Spawn in computing refers to a function that loads and executes a new child process.The current process may or may not continue to execute asynchronously

Spawn (handheld game)
Spawn, by Konami for the Game Boy Color video game system, is side-scrolling action based game based on the Spawn comic book character.-Story:

SPE (company)
EDF Luminus is the second largest electricity producer and energy supplier on the Belgian energy market

SPEAK can refer to:*SPEAK , spoken-English proficiency test*SPEAK campaign, British animal rights campaign

Speak (artist)
Tamás Deák better known by his stage name Speak, is a rap artist, model and actor based in Hungary. He gained considerable fame after the music video for his 2003 anti-war song, "Stop the War", became popularized through video sharing websites

Speak (Jimmy Needham album)
Speak is the first major studio album from CCM musician Jimmy Needham. It was released on August 15, 2006 under Inpop Records in the United States.-Track listing:#"I Am New" – 3:15#"Lost at Sea" – 4:00#"Fence Riders" – 3:30#"Dearly Loved" – 4:18

Speak (No-Man album)
-Musicians:*Tim Bowness – vocals, words, guitar *Steven Wilson – instruments, backing vocals *Stuart Blagden – guitar *Ben Coleman – violin *Richard Felix – cello , harmonica

Speak (The Roches album)
-Track listing:# "Speak"# "Big Nuthin'"# "Cloud Dancing"# "Everyone Is Good"# "In the World"# "I Love My Mom"# "Losing Our Job"# "Person With a Past"# "The Anti-Sex Backlash of the 80'S"# "Easy"# "Nocturne"# "Merciful God"# "Broken Places"

Speak of the Devil
"Speak of the devil" is the short form of the idiom "Speak of the devil and he doth appear". It is used when an object of discussion unexpectedly becomes present during the conversation

Speak of the Devil (disambiguation)
Speak of the devil is an English idiom.Speak of the Devil may also refer to:*Speak of the Devil , a 1982 live album by English heavy metal musician Ozzy Osbourne

SpeakEasy was a United States military project to use software-defined radio technology to make it possible to communicate with over 10 different types of military radios from a single system.-History:

Speakeasy (1929 film)
__notoc__Speakeasy was an early talking sports drama film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and adapted by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan and Edwin J. Burke. The picture was produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. Lola Lane and Paul Page played the lead roles. John Wayne, age 22, had a minor role in the film.All film elements to this movie are considered lost

Speaker may refer to:* Public speaker, one who gives a speech or lecture* Speaker , the presiding officer in a legislative assembly* Loudspeaker, an electromechanical device which produces sound* Computer speaker

Speaker (song)
"9mm" is the first single from David Banner's fifth album, The Greatest Story Ever Told. The song features Akon, Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg and production comes from David Banner and Co-Production by Deezle. "9mm" appeared on Lil Wayne's mixtape The Best Rapper Alive, Vol

SPEAR was a collider at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. It began running in 1972, colliding electrons and positrons with an energy of

Spear (liturgy)
The Spear or Lance is a liturgical implement used during the Divine Liturgy of the Eastern Orthodox and Greek-Catholic Churches.

A spearhead is the sharpened tip of a spear.Spearhead may also refer to:-Armed conflict:* Armoured spearhead, a tactical formation* Spearhead, nickname of the U.S. 3rd Armored Division in the U.S

Spearhead (novel)
Spearhead is a war novel by Franklin M. Davis, Jr, published in 1958. Set in the Second World War, the book is about a US tank-infantry team, who fought the Germans in the Rhine Valley.

Mentha spicata syn. M. cordifolia is a species of mint native to much of Europe and southwest Asia, though its exact natural range is uncertain due to extensive early cultivation. It grows in wet soils

Spearmint (disambiguation)
Spearmint may be:*Spearmint, a herb*Spearmint , a flavor based on the herb*Wrigley's Spearmint, a chewing gum with the flavor*Spearmint , a British indie band*Spearmint , a racehorse

Spears (surname)
Spears is a surname, and may refer to:* Aries Spears , US actor and comedian* Britney Spears , US pop singer* Jamie Lynn Spears , US actress and singer

-Specification:* Specification , an explicit set of requirements to be satisfied by a material, product, or service** "Spec sheet" or datasheet used to describe something technical

- People :* Bobby Specht , American figure skater* Günther Specht , German fighter ace in the Luftwaffe during World War II* Johann Georg Specht , German civil engineer and architect* Léonard Specht - People :* Bobby Specht (1921–1999), American figure skater* Günther Specht (1914–1945), German fighter ace in the Luftwaffe during World War II* Johann Georg Specht (1720–1803), German civil engineer and architect* Léonard Specht - People :* Bobby Specht (1921–1999), American figure skater* Günther Specht (1914–1945), German fighter ace in the Luftwaffe during World War II* Johann Georg Specht (1720–1803), German civil engineer and architect* Léonard Specht (b

Special or specials may refer to:In music:* "Special" * "Special" * "Special" * The Specials, a British bandIn film and television:

Special or specials may refer to:In music:* "Special" * "Special" * "Special" * The Specials, a British bandIn film and television:

Special effect
The illusions used in the film, television, theatre, or entertainment industries to simulate the imagined events in a story are traditionally called special effects .

Special K (song)
"Special K" is an EP by alternative rock band Placebo, taken from their third album, Black Market Music. The song has many drug references: the "special K" in the title refers to the drug ketamine.-Track listing:#"Special K" - 3:51

Special Needs (film)
Special Needs is a dark comedy/satire about three reality TV producers creating show about people with physical and mental disabilities. The film was written and directed by Isaak James.- External links :* at Internet Movie Database

Special relativity
Special relativity is the physical theory of measurement in an inertial frame of reference proposed in 1905 by Albert Einstein in the paper "On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies".It generalizes Galileo's

Specialist (Singapore)
In the Singapore Armed Forces , Specialists are the group of ranks equivalent to non-commissioned officers in other armed forces. This term was introduced in 1993, for a more "positive" rank classification. In the SAF, Warrant Officers are not considered Specialists.Like many other modern militaries, the Specialist Corps forms the backbone of the military

Speciality (album)
Speciality is the third album from Japanese pop singer Nami Tamaki. The album was Tamaki's second to reach number one on the Oricon charts.- Track listing :#"Speciality" #"Result"#"IDentity"#"New World"#"Sunrize"#"Castaway"

Specialization (disambiguation)
Specialization or Specialized may refer to:Logic:* Specialization , method of generating propositional knowledge, by applying general knowledgeAcademia:

Specialty or speciality may refer to:* Deed, a contract in law* Index of speciality, a geometrical invariant* Speciality , an album by J-Pop singer Nami Tamaki* Specialty , a field within medicine

Specialty (medicine)
A specialty in medicine is a branch of medical science. After completing medical school, physicians or surgeons usually further their medical education in a specific specialty of medicine by completing a multiple year residency to become a medical specialist.-History of medical specialization:To a certain extent, medical practitioners have always been specialized

Specie may refer to:* Coins or other metal money in mass circulation* Bullion coins* Hard money * Commodity money* Specie Circular, 1836 executive order by US President Andrew Jackson regarding hard money* Specie Payment Resumption Act

Species (alien species)
The "Species" in the movie Species is an unnamed, aggressive alien species intent on spreading itself throughout the universe by infiltrating and annihilating the intelligent populations of other planets. It is capable of rapid growth and can bond its own DNA to that of other creatures through a number of methods

Specific may refer to:* Specificity* Specific, a cure or therapy for a specific illnessLaw:* Specific deterrence, focussed on an individual* Specific finding, intermediate verdict used by a jury in determining the final verdict

Specific gravity (kidney)
Specific gravity, in the context of clinical pathology, is a urinalysis parameter commonly used in the evaluation of kidney function and can aid in the diagnosis of various renal diseases.-Background:

Specification (disambiguation)
Specification may refer to several different concepts:* Specification , an explicit set of requirements* Specification , from Roman Law

Specification (legal concept)
Specification is a legal concept adopted from Roman law. It is a derivative mode of acquisition, since it involves deriving rights over objects that are subject to pre-existing rights of ownership. This may be compared with the original modes of acquisition, and other derivative modes of acquisition, such as accession

Specification (regression)
In regression analysis and related fields such as econometrics, specification is the process of converting a theory into a regression model. This process consists of selecting an appropriate functional form for the model and choosing which variables to include. Model specification is one of the first steps in regression analysis

Specification (technical standard)
A specification is an explicit set of requirements to be satisfied by a material, product, or service. Should a material, product or service fail to meet one or more of the applicable specifications, it may be referred to as being out of specification;the abbreviation OOS may also be used

Specificity may refer to:* Being specific * Specificity , the proportion of negatives in a binary classification test which are correctly identified

Specificity may refer to:* Being specific * Specificity , the proportion of negatives in a binary classification test which are correctly identified

A specimen is a portion/quantity of material for use in testing, examination, or study.BiologyA laboratory specimen is an individual animal, part of an animal, a plant, part of a plant, or a microorganism, used as a representative to study the properties of the whole population of that species or subspecies

Speck is a distinctively juniper-flavored ham originally from Tyrol, a historical region that since 1918 partially lies in Austria and partially in Italy

The term specs can refer to:*specifications, an explicit set of requirements to be satisfied by a material, product, or service.*spectacles, frame-bearing lenses worn in front of the eyes*Specs Toporcer, the first recorded player to wear glasses in baseball.

SPECS is an average speed measuring speed camera system manufactured by the Speed Check Services Limited, from which it takes its name

SPECS may refer to:* the SPECS brand of speed camera used in the United Kingdom* Significantly Prettier and Easier C++ Syntax

In general, spectacle refers to an event that is memorable for the appearance it creates. Derived in Middle English from c. 1340 as "specially prepared or arranged display" it was borrowed from Old French spectacle, itself a reflection of the Latin spectaculum "a show" from spectare "to view, watch" frequentative form of specere "to look at." The word spectacle has

Spectacle (Situationism)
The spectacle is a central notion in the Situationist theory developed by Guy Debord. Guy Debord's 1967 book, The Society of the Spectacle, attempted to provide the Situationist International with a Marxian critical theory

Spectacular may refer to:* "Spectacular" , a 2004 song by Graham Coxon* "Spectacular ", the 2010 debut single by Kiely Williams.* Spectacular!, a 2009 television movie produced by Nickelodeon