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Spruce (disambiguation)
Spruce are trees in the genus Picea.Spruce may also refer to:- Places :In the United States:* Spruce, California* Spruce, Michigan* Spruce, Nevada* Spruce, Wisconsin, a town** Spruce , Wisconsin, an unincorporated community

A sprue may refer to:*Sprue , a feature in molding and casting molds*Coeliac disease, also known as sprue, a disease of the small intestine*Tropical sprue, disease*Sprue Asparagus, first pickings of asparagus

Sprung (disambiguation)
Sprung is a video game for the Nintendo DS.Sprung may also refer to:* Sprung , a 1997 comedy** Sprung * Julian Sprung , American writer

Sprung (soundtrack)
Sprung is a soundtrack to the 1997 comedy film Sprung. It is composed of 17 hip hop and R&B tracks by artists ranging from Canibus to Aaliyah.- Track listing :#"Who You Wit" by Jay-Z

Spry may refer to:* Spry, Pennsylvania* Spry , people with the surname Spry* Spry Vegetable Shortening* Spry, Inc., creator of Internet in a Box, one of the first commercial software packages for connecting to the Internet.

Spry (surname)
Spry is a surname, and may refer to:* Sir Charles Spry , director-general of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation* Constance Spry , British educator, florist and author

Spud (disambiguation)
Spud is a common nickname for the potato.Spud may also refer to:* Spud , a 2005 novel by John Howard van de Ruit**Spud , a 2010 film adaptation of the novel directed by Donovan Marsh* Spud , a children's game

Spud gun (cannon)
A potato cannon is a pipe-based cannon which uses air pressure , Propellant, or Propane/Gas, or combustion of a gaseous fuel, to launch projectiles at high speeds. First invented during the 1980s by Conor Conor Gaul the popularity of the spud gun is widespread

Spud gun (toy)
A spud gun is a small children's toy used to fire a fragment of potato. To use, one punctures the surface of a potato with the gun's hollow tip and pries out a small pellet, fitted snugly in the muzzle. Squeezing the grip causes a small build-up of air pressure inside the toy, which propels the projectile

Spumoni (typeface)
Spumoni is a typeface invented in 1986 by Garrett Boge. It is a hand-drawn typeface inspired by Bodoni.

Spun (Keller Williams album)
-Track listing:# Running On Fumes 5:23# Tribe 4:46# Blazeabago 5:32# Thirsty In The Rain 3:42# 221" 3:51# Stargate 5:17# Spun 2:21# In A Big Country 3:47# Portapotty 4:00# Theme From The Pink Panther 2:59# Sleeping Giant 3:54# Dear Emily 2:39# Fat B 2:43

Spunge (album)
Spunge is the fourth studio album from British ska punk band Spunge. It was released on 12 November 2007, although the band had sold the albums on their supporting tour from as early as 25 October 2007

Spunge (album)
Spunge is the fourth studio album from British ska punk band Spunge. It was released on 12 November 2007, although the band had sold the albums on their supporting tour from as early as 25 October 2007

The term Spunk may refer to:* courage or spirit, pluck* Australian slang, meaning hot, sexy, referring to the person with an x-factor* quality of mind showing enthusiasm, boldness, energy, courage, determination and motivation

Spunky is a fictional character in the cartoon series Rocko's Modern Life and the comic book series of the same name.Spunky is Rocko's dog. Though not explicitly stated on the show, Spunky resembles a Bull Terrier. Spunky emits foul odors, eats trash, drinks his saliva, and rolls in and eats Ed Bighead's salmon bushes, causing Mr

A spur is a metal tool designed to be worn in pairs on the heels of riding boots for the purpose of directing a horse to move forward or laterally while riding. It is usually used to refine the riding aids and to back up the natural aids . The spur is used in every equestrian discipline

Spur (mountain)
A spur is a subsidiary summit of a hill or mountain. By definition, spurs have low topographic prominence, as they are lower than their parent summit and are closely connected to them on the same ridgeline

Euphorbia is a genus of plants belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae. Consisting of 2008 species, Euphorbia is one of the most diverse genera in the plant kingdom, exceeded possibly only by Senecio. Members of the family and genus are sometimes referred to as Spurges

Spurn Point is a narrow sand spit on the tip of the coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire, England that reaches into the North Sea and forms the north bank of the mouth of the Humber estuary. It is over long, almost half the width of the estuary at that point, and as little as wide in places

Spurs are tools worn on the heel of a boot, used when riding horses.Spurs can also refer to:* The Chancellor's Spurs, a traveling trophy awarded to the winner of the college football game between Texas Tech University and the University of Texas at Austin

Spurs (short story)
"Spurs" is a short story by Tod Robbins. The story was published in February 1923 in Munsey's Magazine and included in Robbins' 1926 anthology Who Wants a Green Bottle? and Other Uneasy Tales

Spurt may refer to:* A brief gush, as of liquid spurting from an orifice** Blood spurt* Any sudden but not prolonged action* Growth spurt, the increase in bone growth during puberty

Sputnik (disambiguation)
Sputnik or Sputnik 1 is the first artificial satellite, launched October 1957.Sputnik may also refer to:*Sputnik , a spacecraft designation

Sputnik (singer)
Knut T. Storbukås , more commonly known by his stage name, Sputnik, is a musician and truck driver from Bostrak in the village of Tørdal which is in the municipality of Drangedal, Telemark

Sputnik (web browser)
Sputnik is a web-browser for MorphOS developed by Marcin Kwiatkowski. It is a port of the KHTML browser, which is based on S60 WebCore. Sputnik was first released to the general public on November 11, 2006. The second public release occurred on March 10, 2007.

Sputum is mucus that is coughed up from the lower airways. It is usually used for microbiological investigations of respiratory infections.

SPY is a three-letter acronym that may refer to:* SPY , ticker symbol for Standard & Poor's Depositary Receipts* SPY , a satirical monthly, trademarked all-caps* SPY , airport code for San Pédro, Côte d'Ivoire

Spy (album)
Spy is the debut album by American indie rock group Spy. Recorded by Steve Albini, the album is a vinyl-only release, though it is available free on the band's website

Spy (band)
Spy are a rock band that hail from Atlanta, Georgia. They released their debut album in 2005, which was produced by Steve Albini. The album was a vinyl only release, but is also available in its entirety for free on their website. -External links:**

Spyglass, Inc. , was an Internet software company based in Champaign, Illinois.The company, founded in 1990, was an offshoot of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and created to commercialize and support technologies from the National Center for Supercomputing Applications

Spyglass may refer to:* Another term for a hand-held telescope for terrestrial observation* A recurring sketch on Saturday Night Live* Spyglass Entertainment* Spyglass Board Games, a collection of board games on Xbox Live Arcade

SQEP is an acronym, standing for Suitably Qualified and Experienced Person. It is usually used to designate:-* a professionally qualified person *who has several years as a practitioner,

Squab may refer to:* A young domestic pigeon** Squab , the meat from such a bird* A cushion for a chair or couch* Squab, California, in Napa County

Squab (food)
In culinary terminology, squab is a young domestic pigeon or its meat. The meat is widely described as tasting like dark chicken. The term is probably of Scandinavian origin; the Swedish word skvabb means "loose, fat flesh". It formerly applied to all dove and pigeon species, such as the Wood Pigeon, the Mourning Dove, and the now-extinct Passenger Pigeon, and their meat

In military terminology, a squad is a small military unit led by a non-commissioned officer that is subordinate to an infantry platoon. In countries following the British Army tradition this organization is referred to as a section

Squad (disambiguation)
Squad may refer to:* Squad, a military unit* Squad , a 1980s Chilean thrash metal band* The Squad * The Squad, a Vietnam War novel* The Squad * The Squad , a superhero team- See also :

Squadron has different meanings:*Squadron , a cavalry or other unit that consists of a number of troops.*Squadron , a unit of aircraft that consists of three or four "flights", with a total of 12 to 24 aircraft, depending on aircraft type and air force.*Squadron , a unit of 3-4 major naval vessels that may be part of a larger task force or a naval

A squall is a sudden, sharp increase in wind speed which is usually associated with active weather, such as rain showers, thunderstorms, or heavy snow. Squalls refer to an increase in the sustained winds over a short time interval, as there may be higher gusts during a squall event

Squall (disambiguation)
A squall is a sudden, sharp increase in wind speed.Squall may also refer to:* Piano Squall , American pianist* "Squall" , a single released by D'espairsRay

Squall (song)
"Squall" is a single released by D'espairsRay on March 14, 2007. Its limited edition comes with a DVD containing the music video for the title track, but does not contain the third track, "Screen".-Track listing:# "Squall" – 4:55# "Desert" – 4:32

Squalor was a 4 issue limited series published by First Comics which ran from December 1989 through March 1990. It was created by Stefan Petrucha and Tom Sutton . The covers for each issue were painted by Jeffrey K

Squamata, or the scaled reptiles, is the largest recent order of reptiles, including lizards and snakes. Members of the order are distinguished by their skins, which bear horny scales or shields. They also possess movable quadrate bones, making it possible to move the upper jaw relative to the braincase

Squander is an Avalon Hill board game published in 1965. It is based loosely on the game Monopoly, but in reverse. As in Monopoly, players roll dice and move around a board, encountering opportunities to make financial decisions. The object, however, is to lose money rather than gain it

-Mathematics and science:* Square , a cryptographic block cipher* Square , a regular quadrilateral with four equal sides and four right angles* Square number, an integer that is the square of another integer-Construction:

SQUARE (Bangladesh)
SQUARE is a Bangladeshi industrial conglomerate. The industries under this group include Textiles, Pharmaceuticals, Toiletries, Consumer products

Square (company)
was a Japanese video game company founded in September 1983 by Masafumi Miyamoto. It merged with Enix in 2003 and became part of Square Enix

Square (sailing)
The term to square a yard is used when sailing a square-rigged ship.To "square a yard" is to lay the yards at right angles to the line of the keel by trimming with the braces.-Explanation:

Square dance
Square dance is a folk dance with four couples arranged in a square, with one couple on each side, beginning with Couple 1 facing away from the music and going counter-clockwise until getting to Couple 4. Couples 1 and 3 are known as the head couples, while Couples 2 and 4 are the side couples

Square Dance (ballet)
Square Dance is a ballet made by New York City Ballet co-founder and balletmasterGeorge Balanchine to Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto Grosso in B minor and the first movement of his Concerto Grosso in E major, Op. 3, nos. 10 and 12, respectively; in 1976 he added Arcangelo Corelli's Sarabanda, Badinerie e Giga, second and third movements

Square foot
The square foot is an imperial unit and U.S. customary unit of area, used mainly in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. It is defined as the area of a square with sides of 1 foot in length

Square inch
A square inch is a unit of area, equal to the area of a square with sides of one inch. The following symbols are used to denote square inches:*square in*sq inches, sq inch, sq in*inches/-2, inch/-2, in/-2

Square mile
The square mile is an imperial and US unit of measure for an area equal to the area of a square of one statute mile. It should not be confused with miles square, which refers to the number of miles on each side squared

Square One
Square One can refer to:*Square One Shopping Centre, a shopping mall in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada*Square One Mall, a shopping mall in Saugus, Massachusetts, USA*Square One Television, a children's television series about math

Square One (game show)
Square One was a quiz programme that was produced by Granada Television and aired on the ITV network from 1980 until 1984, the original host was Nick Turnbull who hosted the first series then comedian Joe Brown became the host until it ended in 1984.

Square yard
The square yard is an imperial/US customary unit of area, formerly used in most of the English-speaking world but now generally replaced by the square metre outside of the U.S., Canada and the U.K. It is defined as the area of a square with sides of one yard in length

-Food and beverage:* Squash , the fruit of vines of the genus Cucurbita* Squash , a drink made of concentrated fruit syrup or fructose* Tuborg Squash, a Danish orange-flavoured soft drink-Sports:* Squash

Squash (2002 film)
Squash is a 2002 French short film directed and written by Lionel Bailliu. The film has won multiple awards at film festivals and was nominated for an Academy Award in the Live Action Short Film category in 2004

The word squat, squatter or squatting can refer to:* Squatting, living in an abandoned or unused building, sometimes for political purposes

Squaw is an English language loan-word, used as a noun or adjective, whose present meaning is an indigenous woman of North America. It is derived from the eastern Algonquian morpheme meaning 'woman' that appears in numerous Algonquian languages variously spelled squa, skwa, esqua, sqeh, skwe, que, kwa, ikwe, exkwew, xkwe, etc

Squawk can refer to:* Yellow-crowned Night Heron, also known as a squawk* Squawk code, a four-digit number sent out by an aircraft's transponder* Squawk , hard rock band Budgie's second album released in 1972

The Squeak programming language is a Smalltalk implementation. It is object-oriented, class-based and reflective.It was derived directly from Smalltalk-80 by a group at Apple Computer that included some of the original Smalltalk-80 developers

A squeegee, squilgee or sometimes squimjim, is an onomatopoeically named tool with a flat, smooth rubber blade, used to remove or control the flow of liquid on a flat surface

Squeegee (floor)
A squeegee is a tool with a flat, smooth rubber blade, that is used to remove or control the flow of liquid on a flat surface. It is used for cleaning and in printing.

Squeeze are a British band that came to prominence in the United Kingdom during the New Wave period of the late 1970s, and continued recording successfully in the 1980s and 1990s. They are known in the UK for their hit songs "Cool for Cats", "Up the Junction", "Tempted", "Labelled With Love", "Black Coffee In Bed", "Pulling Mussels ", and "Hourglass"

Squeeze (disambiguation)
Squeeze or squeezing may refer to:* Compression In games:* Squeeze or zugzwang, a chess tactic* Squeeze play or simply squeeze, a tactic in contract bridge