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Spectator (magazine)
Spectator Magazine was an American weekly newspaper published and distributed in San Francisco from 1978 until October 2005, and dubbed itself "California's original adult newsmagazine". The magazine in tabloid format featured sex and BDSM related stories and advice as well as numerous advertisements for phone sex, strip clubs and other sex businesses

Spectators
Spectators is the fourth full album of the German synthpop duo Wolfsheim. As with all of their commercially available albums, this album is bilingual, although most tracks are in English

Specter (film)
Specter is the first Tokusatsu short film created by Konami. The film itself made its appearance in conventions and shows to promote the film of 2005. The movie itself never made international release, but found its way through the internet. During display shows the "Specter" motorbike as well as the "Specter" Turbo Suit was featured

SPECTRE
SPECTRE is a fictional global terrorist organisation featured in the James Bond novels by Ian Fleming, the films based on those novels, and James Bond video games

Spectre (Apple II game)
Spectre is a 1982 computer game for the Apple II family of computers, written by Bob Flanagan and Scott Miller and published by Datamost.

Spectrochemistry
Spectrochemistry is the application of spectroscopy in any of several fields of chemistry.It includes the analysis of spectra in chemical terms, and the use of spectra to derive the structure of chemical compounds, and to qualitatively and quantitatively analyze their presence in samples.

Spectrum
A spectrum is a condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary infinitely within a continuum. The word saw its first scientific use within the field of optics to describe the rainbow of colors in visible light when separated using a prism; it has since been applied by analogy to many fields other than optics

Spectrum (magazine)
Spectrum is the official publication of Adventist Forums, published four times a year. It was established "to encourage Seventh-day Adventist participation in the discussion of contemporary issues from a Christian viewpoint, to look without prejudice at all sides of a subject, to evaluate the merits of diverse views, and to foster intellectual and cultural growth."- History

Spectrum (Montreal)
The Spectrum was a concert hall, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, that closed on August 5, 2007. Opened on October 17, 1982, as the Alouette Theatre, it was briefly renamed Club Montreal before receiving its popular name.The Spectrum had a capacity of about 1200 and had a "cabaret" setup with table service

Spectrum (Steve Howe album)
Spectrum is an instrumental album released by Steve Howe in 2005. Howe's band includes his son Dylan on drums and Tony Levin on bass guitar.The album has guitar-based instrumentals, showing many different genres that influence Howe.

Spectrum (TV channel)
Spectrum was a subscription TV channel in the Chicago area that existed in the early 1980s. It was a direct competitor to ON-TV and operated in the same way. It was owned and operated by United Cable.-Usage:

Speculation
In finance, speculation is a financial action that does not promise safety of the initial investment along with the return on the principal sum

Speculation (card game)
Speculation is a simple gambling card game that was popular in the late 18th century and early 19th century.-Object:To hold the highest trump card when all cards in play have been revealed.-Set-up:

Speculation (disambiguation)
Speculation is the process of thinking about possibilities, or a particular conclusion arrived at from such thought. It may also refer specifically to:*Speculation, a form of investment that risks loss of the initial sum and does not guarantee profit

Speculations
Speculations was a resource for writers within the science fiction, fantasy, and other speculative fiction subgenres. Started in 1994 as a print magazine, Speculations moved online in 1999, then ceased operations in 2008. Speculations was a Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine nominee seven times

Speculative
Speculative may refer to:*For economics usage, see Speculation*For usage in literature, see Speculative fiction*For philosophical usage, see Speculative philosophy and Speculative reason

Speculum
The term speculum, Latin for "mirror", and its plural specula, may refer to:* Speculum , a medical tool used for examining body cavities* Speculum , a journal of medieval studies published by the Medieval Academy of America

Speech
Speech is the human faculty of speaking.It may also refer to:* Public speaking, the process of speaking to a group of people* Manner of articulation, how the body parts involved in making speech are manipulated

Speech
Speech is the vocalized form of human communication. It is based upon the syntactic combination of lexicals and names that are drawn from very large vocabularies. Each spoken word is created out of the phonetic combination of a limited set of vowel and consonant speech sound units

Speechless
Speechless is the ninth studio album from Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman. It was released on June 15, 1999, by Sparrow Records.It has been certified Platinum as of November 27, 2000, by the RIAA

Speechless
- Albums :* Speechless EP, by BUCK Enterprises* Speechless * Speechless * Speechless * Speechless, by Mish Mash-Songs:* "Speechless" , from Stonger Together

Speechless (Fred Frith album)
Speechless is a 1981 solo album by English guitarist, composer and improviser Fred Frith of the group Henry Cow. It was Frith's third solo album, and was originally released in the United States on LP record on The Residents' Ralph record label

Speechless (Melissa O'Neil song)
"Speechless" is the third single taken from Melissa O'Neil's self-titled album. The single reached number one on MuchMoreMusics Top 10 countdown numerous times and peaked at nine on the Chum Chart.-Airplay Chart Run:

Speechwriter
A speechwriter is a person who is hired to prepare and write speeches that will be delivered by another person. Speechwriters are used by many senior-level elected officials and executives in the government and private sectors.-Skills and training:

Speed
In kinematics, the speed of an object is the magnitude of its velocity ; it is thus a scalar quantity. The average speed of an object in an interval of time is the distance traveled by the object divided by the duration of the interval; the instantaneous speed is the limit of the average speed as the duration of the time interval approaches zero

Speed (2007 film)
Speed is an Bollywood action comedy film directed by Vikram Bhatt and produced by Harry Baweja. The film stars Zayed Khan, Urmila Matondkar, Aashish Chaudhary, Aftab Shivdasani and Sanjay Suri. It is a remake of the 2004 action flick, Cellular.

Speed (ride)
Speed is an amusement ride design produced by the Dutch company KMG. It is commonly referred to as KMG Booster, due to its similarity with the Fabbri Booster ride.

Speed (serial)
Speed is a 1922 action film serial directed by George B. Seitz.The story is a typically convoluted serial plot. Speed Stnsbury is heir to a large fortune. A master criminal hires someone to frame Speed for murder and bank robbery

Speed (TV series)
Speed was a BBC television series about the history of fast vehicles, including aeroplanes, boats and cars. The show was presented by Jeremy Clarkson and consisted of six episodes. Each focused on a different aspect of speed

Speed cushion
Speed cushions are traffic calming devices designed as several small speed humps installed across the width of the road with spaces between them. They are generally installed in a series across a roadway resembling a split speed hump. The design of speed cushions forces cars to slow down as they ride with one or both wheels on the humps

Speed of light (disambiguation)
The Speed of light is physical constant, the rate at which light travels in a vacuum.Speed of light may also refer to:*Speed of light, the greatest rate of information propagation in a cellular automaton

Speed of sound (disambiguation)
The speed of sound is a physical characteristic.Speed of sound may also refer to:* "Speed of Sound" , by Coldplay* Speed of Sound , the ninth studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Anvil

Speed Queen (disambiguation)
Speed Queen can refer to:*Speed Queen, an American manufacturer of laundry machines*Speed Queen , a brand of fiberglass boat manufactured in the 1950s and 1960s*Speed Queen , a fictional supervillain

Speed skating
Speed skating, or speedskating is a competitive form of ice skating in which the competitors race each other in traveling a certain distance on skates. Types of speed skating are long track speed skating, short track speed skating, and marathon speed skating

Speedball
Speedball is one of the two distinct game variants in the sport of paintball, the other being woodsball. It is a general term for a game in which the playing field is composed of bunkers, of the same location and number on each side of the field, that provide an equal playing field for each team competing

Speedball (accessory)
Speedball is essentially a notebook accessory which allows for easier movement of the notebook on desks and reduces heat build up by creating a cooling gap under the notebook.

Speedball (disambiguation)
Speedball is one of several game types of the sport of paintball.Speedball may also refer to:In sports:*Speedball , a form of football invented in the United States in 1912*Speed-ball, an Egyptian racquet sport

Speeders
Speeders is a reality television program on truTV that began airing in the summer of 2007.Unlike the more action-packed and felony-oriented show COPS, this show consists of clips of individuals being pulled over for offenses, most commonly speeding, as well as other things such as seat belt violations, or equipment violations, and is more comedy-oriented

Speedway
-In racing:*Oval track racing, motor racing on an oval track which turns in one direction*Cycle speedway, a form of bicycle racing*Motorcycle speedway, a form of motorcycle sport*Dirt track racing in New Zealand-Other uses:Placenames

Speedy
Speedy is the name of two DC Comics superheroes, fictional characters that have each served as teenaged sidekicks for the Green Arrow .-Roy Harper:The original Speedy's real name was Roy Harper, Jr.

Speer
Speer is a surname.*Albert Speer, chief architect of Nazi Germany*Albert Speer, Jr., a German architect and city planner, son of Albert Speer*Bill Speer, a retired professional ice hockey player

Speicher (Verbandsgemeinde)
Speicher is a Verbandsgemeinde in the district Bitburg-Prüm, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The seat of the Verbandsgemeinde is in Speicher.

Speir
Speir may refer to:* Dona Speir , American model* H. C. Speir , American record store owner* Rupert Speir , British Conservative Party politician

Spektrum (band)
Spektrum is a London based house act consisting of:*Gabriel Olegavich , who was born in South East London and is based in Hackney;*Lola Olafisoye , from North London;*Isaac Tucker from New Zealand;

Speleology
Speleology is the scientific study of caves and other karst features, their make-up, structure, physical properties, history, life forms, and the processes by which they form and change over time

Spell
Spell or The Spell may refer to:* Spell or magical formula, a spoken or written pronouncement intended to bring about a specific effect* Spelling, the writing of words- Literature :

Spell (album)
Spell is the debut album by former Wham! and George Michael bassist, Deon Estus.The album contained the hit single, "Heaven Help Me", which featured background vocals by Michael, and reached number 5 on the U.S

Spell (band)
Spell was a collaboration between Rose McDowall and Boyd Rice. The two cover a number of songs from the 1960s and 1970s, often modifying the lyrics to make them darker. For instance the line in the original song Seasons in the Sun: "Goodbye Papa, please pray for me" becomes "Goodbye Papa, don't pray for me"

Spellbinder (novel)
Spellbinder: A Love Story with Magical Interruptions is a 2006 fantasy novel, written by author Melanie Rawn.

Spellbound
- Film and television :* Spellbound , with Lois Meredith* Spellbound , directed by John Harlow* Spellbound , directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck

Spellbound (1984 video game)
Spellbound is a Q*Bert clone written by P.W. Norris and published by Beyond Software.-External links:* at KLOV

Spellbound (novel)
Spellbound is writer Samantha Combs's first novel, and was published in 2011. A bewitching teen witch and her hero teen boyfriend become embroiled in a battle with a dark demon. Her large and illustrious coven train them both to defeat the evil warlock.

Spellbound (Split Enz album)
Spellbound, very often subtitled on the cover as "The Very Best Of Split Enz", is a 1997 compilation album by New Zealand rock band Split Enz. Apparently intended to be the final word on Split Enz compilations, it is the band's most comprehensive career survey

Spellbound (Ten album)
Spellbound is the fourth studio album released by the hard rock band Ten.-Track listing:All songs written by Gary Hughes except where noted.# "March of the Argonauts" – 2:14# "Fear the Force" – 5:36

Spellbound (The Legend of the Ice People book)
Spellbound is the initial novel in the The Legend of the Ice People series written by Margit Sandemo. This title was published in English on June 11, 2008.- Plot Outline :

Spellcaster (film)
-Plot:Winning a trip to Italy through a contest, Jackie and her brother Tom join other winners Myrna , Yvette , Terri , Harlan and Tony . They settle into the rooms of an old castle, together with Cassandra , a rock star playing along in the contest

Spellcaster (video game)
Spellcaster is a Sega Master System video game that involved a character named Kane.-Summary:He has been summoned by Daikak, the great leader of the Summit Temple, to stop a war between factions of warlords. The player explores temples and defeats enemies like ghosts, ninja, and feral beasts

Spelling
Spelling is the writing of one or more words with letters and diacritics. In addition, the term often, but not always, means an accepted standard spelling or the process of naming the letters

Spelling bee
A spelling bee is a competition where contestants, usually children, are asked to spell English words. The concept is thought to have originated in the United States.

Spells (The Comas album)
Spells is the first album by The Comas with Vagrant Records, and the band's fourth release since 1998. It was released on April 17th, 2007.-Track listing:#"Red Microphones"#"Hannah T"#"Now I'm a Spider"#"Come My Sunshine"#"Stoneded"#"Light the Pad"

Spelt
Spelt is a hexaploid species of wheat. Spelt was an important staple in parts of Europe from the Bronze Age to medieval times; it now survives as a relict crop in Central Europe and northern Spain and has found a new market as a health food. Spelt is sometimes considered a subspecies of the closely related species common wheat Spelt (Triticum spelta) is a hexaploid species of wheat. Spelt was an important staple in parts of Europe from the Bronze Age to medieval times; it now survives as a relict crop in Central Europe and northern Spain and has found a new market as a health food. Spelt is sometimes considered a subspecies of the closely related species common wheat Spelt (Triticum spelta) is a hexaploid species of wheat. Spelt was an important staple in parts of Europe from the Bronze Age to medieval times; it now survives as a relict crop in Central Europe and northern Spain and has found a new market as a health food. Spelt is sometimes considered a subspecies of the closely related species common wheat (T

Spelunker
Spelunker has several meanings.* In Caving, "spelunker" is sometimes a term for a person who explores caves.* Spelunker , a 1983 video game for various systems, including Atari and Nintendo.

Spence (surname)
Spence is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:* Basil Spence, British architect* Brent Spence, American Congressman, attorney, and banker* Catherine Helen Spence, Australian suffragette

Spencer
-Names:*Spencer , a surname**List of people with surname Spencer*Spencer , a given name -Australia:*Spencer, New South Wales, on the Central Coast

Spencer (GH)
The Spencers are a fictional family on the American soap opera General Hospital. Supercouple Luke and Laura Spencer are part of this family.-First generation:* Timothy "Tim" Spencer - The abusive and alcoholic father of Luke & Bobbie