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Spirit (XM)
Spirit was an urban contemporary gospel music channel on XM Satellite Radio. XM described the channel as "Taking It To The Highest". The channel was originally launched and programmed by Radio One, Inc., but was later programmed in-house by XM.

Spiritual
Spiritual may refer to:*Spirituality, a concern with matters of the spirit*Spiritual , an African American song, usually with a Christian religious text

Spiritual leader
Spiritual leader is a form of title that is used to refer to religious leaders.In Buddhism, spiritual leaders are usually the people who have attained high level of spiritual awareness. Those spiritual teachers can guide people on their path toward spiritual awakening.Spiritual Leader may be a position within the government of a nation

Spiritualism (beliefs)
Spiritualism is a dualist metaphysical belief that the world is made up of at least two fundamental substances, matter and spirit. This very broad metaphysical distinction is further developed into many and various forms by the inclusion of details about what spiritual entities exist such as a soul, the afterlife, spirits of the dead, deities and mediums; as well as details about the

Spiritualism (disambiguation)
Spiritualism refers to a belief in an afterlife, and that spirits of the dead can communicate with the living through a medium. It also refers to the philosophy, doctrine, or religion pertaining to a spiritual aspect of existence.

Spiritualities
Spiritualities is a term, often used in the Middle Ages, that refers to the income sources of a diocese or other ecclesiastical establishment that came from tithes

Spiro (name)
Spiro or Spyro is a male given name fairly common in Greek-speaking population

Spirochaetaceae
Spirochaetaceae is a family of spirochetes most notable for the genus that causes Lyme disease and relapsing fever.

Spirochaete
Spirochaetes belong to a phylum of distinctive Gram-negative bacteria, which have long, helically coiled cells

Spirograph
Spirograph is a geometric drawing toy that produces mathematical curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoids and epitrochoids. The term has also been used to describe a variety of software applications that display similar curves, and applied to the class of curves that can be produced with the drawing equipment Spirograph is a geometric drawing toy that produces mathematical curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoids and epitrochoids. The term has also been used to describe a variety of software applications that display similar curves, and applied to the class of curves that can be produced with the drawing equipment Spirograph is a geometric drawing toy that produces mathematical curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoids and epitrochoids. The term has also been used to describe a variety of software applications that display similar curves, and applied to the class of curves that can be produced with the drawing equipment (so in this sense it may be regarded as a synonym of

Spiruria
Subclass Spiruria comprises mostly parasitic secernentean nematodes. In an alternate classification, they are treated as suborder Spirurina, with the orders listed here being ranked as infraorders.

Spis
Spis or SPIS may refer to:*Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes, premiere of The Simpsons' twentieth season.*Scottish Police Information Strategy, a former department within the Scottish Police Service, now known as Scottish Police Services Authority – Information Communications Technology.*Spiš, a region in north-eastern Slovakia

Spiss
Spiss is a tiny municipality in the district of Landeck in Tyrol, Austria and is located 22 km south of the city of Landeck at the border of Switzerland. With only approximately 150 inhabitants it is one of the smallest communities in the district. Formerly a part of Nauders, it became its own municipality in 1547

Spit
Spit may refer to:* Spit, another word for rain* Spit, another word for rapping* Spit, another word for saliva** Spitting, the act of forcibly expelling from the mouth* Spit an archaeological term for a unit of archaeological excavation

Spit (archaeology)
In the field of archaeology, a spit is a unit of archaeological excavation with an arbitrarily assigned measurement of depth and extent. It is a method of excavation employed without regard to the archaeological stratigraphy that may be identifiable at the archaeological site under investigation

Spitball
A spitball is an illegal baseball pitch in which the ball has been altered by the application of saliva, petroleum jelly, or some other foreign substance.

Spite
In fair division problems, spite is a phenomenon that occurs when a player's value of an allocation decreases when one or more other players' valuation increases

Spite (disambiguation)
Spite or Spiteful may refer to:*for the behavior, see spite *Spite, in fair division problems, a phenomenon in which a player's value of an allocation decreases when one or more other players' valuation increases

Spite (punk band)
The Hardcore punk rock band, Spite, was an essential musical hub in the Michigan hardcore scene. It was made up of members from other notable bands, who branched out to play an essential role in the musical community, both inside and outside the region

Spite (sentiment)
To spite is to intentionally annoy, hurt, or upset. Spiteful words or actions are delivered in such a way that it is clear that the person is delivering them just to annoy, hurt, or upset. When the intent to annoy, hurt, or upset is shown subtly, behavior is considered catty.The Underground Man, in Fyodor Dostoevsky's novella Notes from Underground, is an example of spite

Spitfire (1934 film)
Spitfire is a 1934 drama film based on the play Trigger by Lula Vollmer. It was directed by John Cromwell and starred Katharine Hepburn, Robert Young and Ralph Bellamy.-Plot summary:

Spitfire (Russian band)
Spitfire is a ska band from Russia.- Biography :Spitfire started in the beginning of 1993, then as a garage rockabilly trio, whose music also included some elements of noise. Their first live gig took place during the St. Petersburg Psycho Festival in February 1993

Spitsbergen
Spitsbergen is the largest and only permanently populated island of the Svalbard archipelago in Norway. Constituting the western-most bulk of the archipelago, it borders the Arctic Ocean, the Norwegian Sea and the Greenland Sea

Spitting Image
Spitting Image is a British satirical puppet show that aired on the ITV network from 1984 to 1996. It was produced by Spitting Image Productions for Central Television. The series was nominated for 10 BAFTA Awards, winning one for editing in 1989.

Spittoon
A spittoon is a receptacle made for spitting into, especially by users of chewing and dipping tobacco. It is also known as a cuspidor , although that term is also used for a type of spitting sink used in dentistry."Spittoon" can also be slang American English

Spitz
Spitz-type dogs are a type of dog, characterized by long, thick, and often white fur, and pointed ears and muzzles

Spitz (album)
is the studio album by Japanese band Spitz, released in March 1991 under the Polydor Records. It was their first album which was released under the major-label.

Spiv
In the United Kingdom, a spiv is a particular type of petty criminal, who deals in stolen or black market goods of questionable authenticity, especially a slickly-dressed man offering goods at bargain prices

Spivs (film)
Spivs is a British comedy-crime drama film directed by Colin Teague, who also cowrote the screenplay along with screenwriters Gary Young, and Mike Loveday. It is the second of three undertakings by Teague and Young, the others being Shooters and The Last Drop, respectively

Splash
Splash may refer to:* Splash , sudden disturbances on the surface of water* Splash, in erosion, is the detachment and airborne movement of small soil particles caused by the impact of raindrops on soils-Computing:

SPLASH
Splash! is a yearly academic outreach program that invites middle school and high school students to visit MIT and attend classes created and taught by MIT students and alumni. Splash! is run by MIT's , known to most as ESP.

Splash (group)
Splash was a dance music duo who had a top ten club hit with "I Need Rhythm" in 1990 . Splash were signed to WEA records and released one album "Just A Party" which included a cover of the Mantronix hit "Got To Have Your Love".-External links:*

Splashdown (album)
Splashdown is a Hot Tuna album released in 1984 containing the tracks from a previously unreleased live acoustic performance that had been played on the short-lived radio station WQIV in the mid-1970s

Splashy
Splashy is a splash screen program for Unix-like computer operating systems , such as Linux and FreeBSD.Splashy was designed to replace Bootsplash. Unlike Bootsplash, it runs completely in userspace and therefore doesn't require any patches to the OS kernel

Splat
Splat may refer to:* Splat, An Orca Soundings Book written by Eric Walters* A mark or spot on a surface caused by a liquid material, such as paint* Splat , an element of the chair

Splat (furniture)
A splat is the vertical central element of a chair back. Typically this element of a chair is of exposed wood design. The splat is an important element of furniture identification, since its design has a multitude of variations incorporating the themes of different furniture periods

Splats
Splats is a fanzine with comics. It is sold mainly within Patras as well as other cities. The volume does not number ant its stories are entirely humoristic. It has sold several volumes.-References:

Splay
Splay may refer to:*Splay, a verb meaning slant, slope or spread outwards*Splay , the difference between urine threshold and saturation*Splay , a J-pop band from Osaka

Spleen (disambiguation)
The spleen is an organ located in the abdomen of the human body.Spleen may also refer to:* Spleen , a set of interrelated parts in traditional Chinese anatomy* Spleen , a rapper/musician who sometimes performs with CocoRosie

Splendid
Splendid was a musical duo featuring Angie Hart and Jesse Tobias, who at the time were also husband and wife.-History:The duo met in Canada, August 1996, when Australian band Frente!, fronted by Hart, arrived to play over two weeks of support dates for Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill tour, Jesse's band for the last two years – previously with Mother Tongue and the Red Hot

Splendor
Splendor is a 1989 Italian drama film directed by Ettore Scola.-Plot:Jordan owns a cinema in Italy, named Splendor. Chantal is his wife and cashier. Luigi is the projectionist. This film is about the cinema and the films that are shown on the screen

Splenectomy
A splenectomy is a surgical procedure that partially or completely removes the spleen.-Indications:The spleen, similar in structure to a large lymph node, acts as a blood filter. Current knowledge of its purpose includes the removal of old red blood cells and platelets, and the detection and fight against certain bacteria

Splice
Splice may refer to:as connection of two or more pieces of linear material* Rope splicing, joining two pieces of rope or cable by weaving the strands of each into the other

Splice (film)
Splice is a 2009 Canadian/French science fiction horror film directed by Vincenzo Natali and starring Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley. The story concerns experiments in genetic engineering being done by a young scientist couple who attempt to introduce human DNA into their work of splicing animal genes.-Plot:Genetic engineers Clive Nicoli and Elsa Kast

Spliced
Spliced is a 2002 horror film, starring Ron Silver, Liane Balaban and Drew Lachey. The film was released on December 1, 2002, in Canada. The film was directed by Gavin Wilding.-Plot:

Splicers
Splicers is a role-playing game using the Palladium Books Megaversal gaming system. The game is set in the midst of a war between humans and a world-wide computer intelligence alternately referred to as the N.E.X.U.S. or the Machine

Spline
Spline can refer to:* Spline , a mating feature for rotating elements* Spline , a mathematical function used for interpolation or smoothing* Smoothing spline, a method of smoothing using a spline function

Splinter
Splinter may refer to:* A sharp fragment of material, usually wood, metal, or fibreglass-Music:* Splinter * Splinter * Splinter

Splinter
Splinter may refer to:* A sharp fragment of material, usually wood, metal, or fibreglass-Music:* Splinter * Splinter * Splinter

Split (Huntingtons and Darlington album)
Split is a split album by the Huntingtons and Darlington released in 2000 on Melted Records. A vinyl version was also released and pressed on Stardumb Records.-Huntingtons:

Split (Lush album)
Split is the second album by British shoegazing act Lush, released on 4AD on June 13, 1994 in the UK and a day later in the US. Two singles were released from the album: "Desire Lines" and "Hypocrite," both released on May 30, 1994

Split (phylogenetics)
A split in phylogenetics is a bipartition of a set of taxa, and the smallest unit of information in unrooted phylogenetic trees: each edge of an unrooted phylogenetic tree represents one split, and the tree can be efficiently reconstructed from its set of splits

Split infinitive
A split infinitive is an English-language grammatical construction in which a word or phrase, usually an adverb or adverbial phrase, comes between the marker to and the bare infinitive form of a verb.

Split Second (1953 film)
Split Second is a 1953 thriller film about escaped convicts and their hostages holed up in a ghost town, unaware of the grave danger they are in. It starred Stephen McNally, Alexis Smith, Jan Sterling, and Keith Andes.-Plot:

Split-finger fastball
A split-finger fastball or splitter is a pitch in baseball. It is named after the technique of putting the index and middle finger on different sides of the ball, or "splitting" them. When thrown hard, it appears to be a fastball to the batter, but suddenly "drops off the table" towards home plate—that is, it suddenly moves down, towards the batter's knees

Splitter
-Technology:* DSL filter, in telecommunications* Power splitter, in RF engineering* Hybrid coil, a three windings transformer* Splitter , an aerodynamic feature in cars* Splitter, a table saw safety device-Science and mathematics:

Splitter (geometry)
In plane geometry, a splitter of a triangle is a line segment having one endpoint at one of the three vertices of the triangle and the other so located on the perimeter as to bisect the perimeter.The three splitters concur at the Nagel point of the triangle.

Splitting
Splitting may refer to:* Splitting * Lumpers and splitters, in classification or taxonomyMathematics* Heegard splitting* Splitting field* Splitting principle* Splitting theorem* Splitting lemma

Splitting (psychology)
Splitting may mean two things: splitting of the mind, and splitting of mental concepts . The latter is thinking purely in extremes Splitting (also called all-or-nothing thinking in cognitive distortion) may mean two things: splitting of the mind, and splitting of mental concepts (or black and white thinking). The latter is thinking purely in extremes Splitting (also called all-or-nothing thinking in cognitive distortion) may mean two things: splitting of the mind, and splitting of mental concepts (or black and white thinking). The latter is thinking purely in extremes (e.g., goodness vs. evil, innocence vs. corruption, victimization vs

SPN
SPN may mean:In Computer Sciences:* Substitution-permutation network, a type of mathematical operation used in cipher algorithms* Shortest Job Next, a scheduling algorithm* Service Principal Name used in the Kerberos protocol

Spock (website)
Spock is a vertical search engine or entity search engine on people. The name "Spock" is explained with a backronym: "single point of contact keyword." Founded in 2006 by Jay Bhatti and Jaideep Singh, it has "indexed over 250 million people representing over 1.5 billion data records." These records are from publicly available sources, including Wikipedia, IMDB, ESPN, LinkedIn, Hi5,

SPOD (band)
Spod is an Australian indie/electro band from Sydney's Inner West. The term Spod is highly versatile; it is simultaneously the pseudonym of the band's leader and the name of the band, whether he is performing solo or with other members.-Biography:

Spoil (archaeology)
In Archaeology, spoil is the term used for the soil, dirt and rubble that results from an excavation, and discarded off site on spoil heaps. These heaps are commonly accessed by barrow runs.-Spoil management:

Spoiled (song)
"Spoiled" is a song by English soul singer-songwriter Joss Stone from her second studio album, Mind Body & Soul . Written by Stone, Lamont Dozier and Beau Dozier, and released in March 2005 as the album's third single, the ballad peaked at number thirty-two on the UK Singles Chart—where it remained for two weeks only—, becoming the album's lowest-charting single in the UK

Spoiler
Spoiler may refer to:* Spoiler , a device to reduce lift in aeronautics* Spoiler , a device to modify air flow in order to increase fuel efficiency or improve handling in automobiles

Spoils
Spoils or The Spoils may refer to:*Looting or "the spoils of war", rewards gained through military victory*Spoils system of distributing government jobs in US politics* The Spoils , a collectible card game