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Squeeze (Fiona album)
-Track listing:# "Kiss the Boys Goodbye" – 3:45 # "Ain't That Just Like Love" – 3:17 # "Treat Me Right" – 3:41 # "All Over Now" – 3:43

Squeeze out
Squeeze out is a term referring to the compulsory acquisition of the stakes of a small group of shareholders from a joint stock company by means of cash compensation.-Germany:

Squeezed (film)
Squeezed: The Cost of Free Trade in the Asia-Pacific is a 2007 film produced by Global Trade Watch and Scarab Studio.Squeezed was filmed in Thailand and The Philippines in July 2007, and publicly screened for the first time in September 2007, at events leading up to the 2007 APEC summit in Sydney, Australia.According to its producers, "Squeezed tells the story of how

In telecommunications, squelch is a circuit function that acts to suppress the audio output of a receiver in the absence of a sufficiently strong desired input signal.-Carrier squelch:

Squib may refer to:* Squib * Squib * Squib * Squib * Squib * Squib kick, a football play* Squib load, a firearm malfunction* Squib sailboat

Squib (weblog)
Squib is a free, open source, weblog publishing application available under the liberal MIT Licence. Squib is written in the Ruby programming language and uses the Ruby on Rails web framework.-History:

A SQUID is a very sensitive magnetometer used to measure extremely weak magnetic fields, based on superconducting loops containing Josephson junctions.

Squid (comics)
Squid is the name of four Marvel Comics villains.-Squid II:The second Squid was a gangster and youngest member of the Scungili Crime Family who battled Spider-Woman.-Squid III:

A squiggle can be a random shape, or a drawing. Normally it is a short, undulating line.Squiggle may refer to:* Mr. Squiggle, Australian children's TV puppet* "Squiggle", nickname of the character Libby Fox in British TV soap EastEnders

Squilla is a genus of mantis shrimp. It includes the following species:*Squilla brasiliensis Calman, 1917*Squilla chydaea Manning, 1962*Squilla deceptrix Manning, 1969*Squilla edentata *Squilla empusa Say, 1818

Squillo is a technical term attached to the resonant, trumpet-like sound in the voice of opera singers. The purpose of the squillo is to enable an essentially lyric tone to be heard over thick orchestrations, e.g. in late Verdi, Puccini and Strauss operas

A squinch in architecture is a construction filling in the upper angles of a square room so as to form a base to receive an octagonal or spherical dome

Squint, means to look with the eyes partly closed. It may also refer to:* Squint, a commonly used alternative name for the medical condition, strabismus* Squint Entertainment record label* Squint

The English word squire is a shortened version of the word Esquire, from the Old French , itself derived from the Late Latin , in medieval or Old English a scutifer. The Classical Latin equivalent was , "arms bearer"

Squire (Alan Hull album)
Squire is the second solo album by Alan Hull. Recorded at Morgan Studios December 1974 & January 1975 except "Waiting" which was recorded at Trident Studios with Roy Baker in March 1973. Squire was released on Warner Brothers, K56121, in 1975

Squirm were a New Zealand alternative rock group based in Christchurch New Zealand.The band played from 1991–1997 and released 2 albums and one 6 track ep.-Discography:*1994 - Whip Me Honey CDEP - 6 tracks - Failsafe Records

Squirm (film)
Squirm is a 1976 "nature-strikes-back" horror film starring Don Scardino and Patricia Pearcy. It was the debut of cult horror director Jeff Lieberman and remains the director's most popular film. Squirm also features early makeup work from Oscar-winning makeup artist Rick Baker

Squirrels belong to a large family of small or medium-sized rodents called the Sciuridae. The family includes tree squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks, marmots , flying squirrels, and prairie dogs. Squirrels are indigenous to the Americas, Eurasia, and Africa and have been introduced to Australia

Squirrel (debate)
A squirrel is a term in debating jargon, particularly in parliamentary debate, that indicates a definition from the side of the opening speaker that makes it too easy for his or her side. The first speaker in a debate, who is defending the motion or proposition, generally has to define the terms used in the motion

Squirrel (peanut butter)
Squirrel was a Canadian brand of peanut butter which was manufactured by Best Foods Canada from the 1980s until approximately 2000.

Squirrels (play)
Squirrels is a one-act play by David Mamet.The 1974 comedy is about Arthur, a middle-aged, egotistical hack writer who has been working on the opening line of a story involving a man's encounter with a squirrel for fifteen years, and Edmond, the young fledgling writer he has hired as a secretary/collaborator

Squirt is a caffeine-free, citrus-flavored, carbonated soft drink, created in 1938 in Phoenix, Arizona.- History :Squirt was created by Herb Bishop in 1938, after experimenting with a similar citrus drink, Citrus Club. He created a new, carbonated drink which required both less fruit juice and less sugar

Squirt (TV series)
Squirt was a New Zealand children's television show, produced in Dunedin. It had been aired since 1996 and on two different TV networks, coming to a close on 25 November 2006. Squirt was aired every Saturday morning, originally from 7am to 9am, then from 8:30am to 10am, but now only 30 minutes running from 8:30am to 9am

Squish may refer to:* Squish , a FidoNet mail tossing application and the primary mail storage format is uses.* Ogg Squish, a lossless audio compression codec.* Squish, a minor alien character in the Lexx television series

SR as an acronym may refer to:- Geography and politics :* Slovak Republic, a former country now known as Slovakia* Socialist Republic or socialist state* Socialist-Revolutionary, as in Socialist-Revolutionary Party- Non-political organizations :

Sr, Sr. or sr as an abbreviation may refer to:* Senior, a suffix to a person's name, usually male* Sister, a prefix to a religious sister's name* Strontium, the 38th element on the periodic table* Serbian language

SRAM (video game)
SRAM is a textual adventure with graphics for the Amstrad CPC.The name SRAM means MARS in reverse.It was developed by Serge Hauduc, Ludovic Hauduc and Jacques Hémonic and published by ERE informatique.

The University Computing Centre in Zagreb is the oldest infrastructural institution of the Croatian academic and scientific community in the area of construction and application of information and communication technologies . Srce is an organizational unit belonging to the University of Zagreb, which founded Srce in 1971

SRES is a four letter acronym that may refer to:* Seniors Real Estate Specialist, a real estate professional designation* Special Report on Emissions Scenarios, a global climate change report

Sri Lankan
Sri Lankan can refer to:* related to Sri Lanka* Demographics of Sri Lanka** Sri Lankan Tamil people, an ethnic minority* Culture of Sri Lanka* Sri Lankan cuisine* SriLankan Airlines

Srinagar (disambiguation)
Srinagar may refer to:*Srinagar, summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, India*Srinagar District, Jammu and Kashmir, India, includes Srinagar city and Dal Lake*Srinagar, Uttarakhand, a city in Uttarakhand, India*Sreenagar Upazila, a town in Bangladesh

Srinagar (Lok Sabha constituency)
Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency is one of the six Lok Sabha constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir state in northern India.-Assembly segments:Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments:

SRU (disambiguation)
-Computers:* Search/Retrieve via URL, a protocol for Internet search queries* Stable release update, a software update to stable releases-Organisations:* Scottish Rugby Union, the governing body of rugby union in Scotland

SS (manga)
is a manga by Shohei Harumoto which has been serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Superior between 2000 to 2003 over nine volumes. The manga has since been adapted into a live action movie by Toho.-Plot:

-Commercial/ government enterprises:* SSA Global Technologies* SSA Graphics* Social Security Administration* Special Services Area-Computing and data analysis:* Software Security Assurance* Serial Storage Architecture* Singular Spectrum Analysis

-Computing:*Server-sent events, a technology to push content to web clients*Simple Sharing Extensions, a specification that extends RSS from unidirectional to bidirectional information flows*SPARQL Syntax Expressions*Microsoft SQL Server Express Edition

- In science and technology :* Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale* Sea surface height, the topography of the ocean surface* Secure Shell, a network protocol for remote administration of Unix computers* Social sciences and humanities, a broad field of research

SSM (band)
SSM are a garage punk band from Detroit, Michigan who are signed to Alive Records and feature members of The Hentchmen, The Sights and The Cyril Lords.-Career:

-Businesses and organizations:* Sigma Sigma Sigma, a U.S. sorority* Simplified Spelling Society, an organization which promotes English spelling reform* Societas Sanctissimi Sacramenti, the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament

SSSI (disambiguation)
SSSI can mean:*Solid state storage initiative, a network promoting the use of solid state storage*Site of Special Scientific Interest, a UK nature conservation designation

SSSS can refer to:* Scandinavian Simvastatin Survival study was one of the earliest studies on the effect of lowering human plasma cholesterol by pharmacological means

SSW is a three-letter abbreviation that may refer to:* South-SouthWest compass direction, see: Boxing the compass* SSW, the callsign of a TV station in the South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia* St

St Edmund Hall, Oxford
St Edmund Hall is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. Better known within the University by its nickname, "Teddy Hall", the college has a claim to being "the oldest academical society for the education of undergraduates in any university"

St Helens (UK Parliament constituency)
St Helens was a county constituency in the county of Lancashire, England. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

St Mary's (Cove Bay)
St Mary's is an Episcopal Church in Cove Bay, Aberdeen, Scotland. It is part of the Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney in the Scottish Episcopal Church. Since October 2003, the Episcopal congregation has been sharing the church building with another congregation from Cove Congregational Church

St. Elmo's fire
St. Elmo's fire is a weather phenomenon in which luminous plasma is created by a coronal discharge from a grounded object in an electric field in the atmosphere St. Elmo's fire is named after St. Erasmus of Formiae St. Elmo's fire (also St. Elmo's light) is a weather phenomenon in which luminous plasma is created by a coronal discharge from a grounded object in an electric field in the atmosphere (such as those generated by thunderstorms created by a volcanic eruption)St. Elmo's fire is named after St. Erasmus of Formiae St. Elmo's fire (also St. Elmo's light) is a weather phenomenon in which luminous plasma is created by a coronal discharge from a grounded object in an electric field in the atmosphere (such as those generated by thunderstorms created by a volcanic eruption)St. Elmo's fire is named after St. Erasmus of Formiae (also called St. Elmo, the Italian name for St

St. Elmo's fire (disambiguation)
St. Elmo's fire is an electrical phenomenon.St. Elmo's Fire may also refer to:* St. Elmo's Fire , a 1985 film* "St. Elmo's Fire ", a 1985 single by John Parr, the theme song for the film

St. George Terminal
St. George Terminal is a park and ride and sea, railway, and bus transit center that is located in the St. George section of Staten Island, New York. It is located at the intersection of Richmond Terrace and Bay Street, near Staten Island Borough Hall, Richmond County Bank Ballpark and Richmond County Supreme Court.-Staten Island Ferry:The St

The surname Staal may refer to:*Abraham Staal, , Dutch Mennonite teacher and political activist*Boele Staal , Dutch politician*Eric Staal , Canadian ice hockey player*Ede Staal , Dutch singer-songwriter

STAB or stab can mean:*The act of stabbing with a sharp instrument*Stab, a short form of stab jacket, another word for buoyancy compensator*Stab vest, a type of armour designed to resist knife attacks

Stabat Mater (disambiguation)
Stabat Mater is a title typically given to works incorporating the Roman Catholic Stabat Mater sequence text, including:* Stabat Mater , by Joseph Haydn* Stabat Mater , by Karol Szymanowski

Stabat Mater (Jenkins)
Stabat Mater is a 2008 piece by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins, and is based on the 13th century Roman Catholic prayer Stabat Mater. Like much of Jenkins' earlier work, the piece incorporates both traditional Western music with ethnic instruments and vocals - this time focusing on the Middle East

Stabat Mater (Pärt)
Stabat Mater is a musical setting of the Stabat Mater sequence composed by Arvo Pärt in 1985, a commission of the Alban Berg Foundation. The piece is scored for a trio of singers: soprano, alto, and tenor; and a trio of string instruments violin, viola, and violoncello; it has a duration of approximately 24 minutes

Stabat Mater (Poulenc)
Stabat Mater is a musical setting of the Stabat Mater sequence composed by Francis Poulenc in 1950. Poulenc composed the piece in response to the death of his friend, artist Christian Bérard; he considered writing a Requiem for Bérard, but, after returning to the shrine of the Black Virgin of Rocamadour, he selected the medieval Stabat Mater text

A stabbing is penetration with a sharp or pointed object at close range. Stab connotes purposeful action, as by an assassin or murderer, but it is also possible to accidentally stab oneself or others.Stabbing differs from slashing or cutting in that the motion of the object used in a stabbing generally moves perpendicular to and directly into the victim's body, rather than being

Stabile is a surname derived from the medieval personal name Stabile and is mainly found among people from southern Italy.Stabile may also refer to:* Annibale Stabile , Italian composer of the Roman School

-Mathematics:*Stability theory, the study of the stability of solutions to differential equations and dynamical systems**Lyapunov stability**Structural stability*Stability of a point in geometric invariant theory.

Stability conditions (watercraft)
Stability conditions is the term used to describe the various standard loading configurations to which a ship, boat, or offshore platform may be subjected. They are recognized by classification societies such as Lloyd's Register, American Bureau of Shipping and Det Norske Veritas

Stabilization (architecture)
Stabilization is the retrofitting of platforms or foundations as constructed for the purpose of improving the bearing capacity and levelness of the supported building.

Stabilization (medicine)
Stabilization is a process to help prevent shock in sick or injured people. Stabilization is often performed by the first person to arrive on scene, EMTs or nurses before or just after arrival in hospital

- Technology :* Stabilizer , surfaces to help keep aircraft under control. Includes:* Vertical stabilizer of airplanes* Tailplane or horizontal stabilizer* Stabilizer , fins on ships to counteract roll

A stable is a building in which livestock, especially horses, are kept. It most commonly means a building that is divided into separate stalls for individual animals

Stable (disambiguation)
A stable is a building in which livestock are kept.Stable or stables may also refer to:* Stables , a surname.* Stable , a group of musicians who work under the same agency, management, publisher or record company

stabs is a debugging data format for storing information about computer programs for use by symbolic and source-level debuggers

-Mathematics:* Stack , general category-theoretical concept to formalise "pull-back" operations in geometry and algebra* Algebraic stack, a generalisation of scheme and algebraic space in algebraic geometry; a specific type of the above-Computers: