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Stack (descent theory)
In mathematics a stack is a concept used to formalise some of the main constructions of descent theory.Descent theory is concerned with generalisations of situations where geometrical objects can be "glued together" when they are isomorphic when restricted to intersections of the sets in an open covering of a space

Stacked is an American television sitcom that premiered on Fox on April 13, 2005. On May 18, 2006, Stacked was canceled, leaving five episodes unaired in the United States. The last episode aired on January 11, 2006

A stacker is a large machine used in bulk material handling. Its function is to pile bulk material such as limestone, ores and cereals on to a stockpile. A reclaimer can be used to recover the material.

Stacker (disambiguation)
Stacker may refer to:* Stacker, a machine used in bulk material handling applications* Stacker , disk compression software, released by Stac Electronics* Stacker , a data compression method for point-to-point protocol

Stacks (software)
Stacks are a feature first found in Apple's operating system, Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard". As the name implies, they "stack" files into a small organized folder on the Dock

Stacy (Singer)
Stracie Angie Anam , is a Malaysian singer, who rose to fame after winning the sixth season of Akademi Fantasia, receiving 43 percent of over 3.8 million votes. Her debut album, Aku Stacy, was released on March 9, 2009.-Biography:

Stadia may refer to:* One of the plurals of stadium; "stadiums" is also used.* Stadia , an ancient unit of distance.* Stadia mark, marks on a telescopic sight's reticle that permit stadiametric rangefinding or altitued measurements

Stadion (unit of length)
The stadion, Latinized as stadium and anglicized as stade, is an ancient Greek unit of length. According to Herodotus, one stade is equal to 600 feet. However, there were several different lengths of “feet”, depending on the country of origin.

A modern stadium is a place or venue for outdoor sports, concerts, or other events and consists of a field or stage either partly or completely surrounded by a structure designed to allow spectators to stand or sit and view the event.)Pausanias noted that for about half a century the only event at the ancient Greek Olympic festival was

Stadium (UTA station)
Stadium is a side platformed UTA Trax light rail station adjacent to Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The station was opened on December 15, 2001, and is operated by the Utah Transit Authority

Stadt (Winterthur)
Stadt is a district in the Swiss city of Winterthur. It is district number 1, thus mainly comprising the original city.The district comprises the quarters Altstadt, Lind, Heiligberg, Tössfeld, Brühlberg and Neuwiesen.

-Rods:* Staff of office, a stick which indicates a position* Staff , a token authorizing a locomotive driver to use a particular stretch of single track* Level staff, also called levelling rod, a graduated rod for comparing heights

Staffa from the Old Norse for stave or pillar island, is an island of the Inner Hebrides in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The Vikings gave it this name as its columnar basalt reminded them of their houses, which were built from vertically placed tree-logs.

Staffordshire (UK Parliament constituency)
Staffordshire was a county constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of England then of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1832

STAG: A Test of Love is a reality TV show hosted by Tommy Habeeb. Each episode profiles an engaged couple a week or two before their wedding. The cameras then follow the groom on his bachelor party

Stag (Amy Ray album)
Stag is the debut solo album by Amy Ray of Indigo Girls, released in 2001 on her Daemon Records label. On it she is accompanied by The Butchies, who contributed a punk rock influence to some of the songs.-Track listing:

Stag (disambiguation)
Stag usually refers to an adult male deerStag may also refer to:-Animals:*Adult male of some other species; see List of animal names*Adult male after late castration; see Castration#In veterinary practice*Stag-moose, an extinct species

- acting :Stage , a space for the performance of theatrical productions* Theatre, a branch of the performing arts, often referred to as "the stage"* The Stage, a weekly British theatre newspaper

Stage (cooking)
Staging is when a cook or chef works briefly, for free, in another chef's kitchen to learn and be exposed to new techniques and cuisines.A stage normally is used to see how a new chef or cook can adapt to the current environment in the kitchen

Stage (Great White album)
Stage is a live album released by the American hard rock band Great White in 1995. It was put together by Alan Niven, Great White's former manager, as a contractual release for Zoo Entertainment

Stage (Keller Williams album)
Stage is a live compilation of Keller Williams's 2003 tour and is divided into 2 CDs. Stage Left, features songs from the west coast shows, and Stage Right containing songs from the east coast leg of the tour

Stage (store)
Stage is a middle-class retail clothing chain that operates in small to midsize communities in parts of the United States. the chain is operated by Stage Stores Inc., which also owns Bealls, Palais Royal, and Peebles stores

Stage fright
Stage fright or performance anxiety is the anxiety, fear, or persistent phobia which may be aroused in an individual by the requirement to perform in front of an audience, whether actually or potentially . In the context of public speaking, this fear is termed glossophobia, one of the most common of phobias

Stage Fright (1923 film)
Stage Fright is the 18th Our Gang short subject comedy released. The Our Gang series was created by Hal Roach in 1922, and continued production until 1944.-Plot:

Stage Fright (Chic song)
"Stage Fright" is a song from Chic's fifth album Take It Off.It was the first and only single from this album and like its predecessor it didn't make much impact on the charts.-Track listings:Atlantic 7" 3887, 1981* A. "Stage Fright" - 3:39

Stage fright (disambiguation)
The term stage fright refers to the anxiety of a performing artist.Stage Fright may also refer to:Films:* Stage Fright , a 1950 film by Alfred Hitchcock* Stage Fright , an Our Gang short subject

Stagecoach (1966 film)
Stagecoach is a 1966 American film, a remake of the 1939 John Ford western Stagecoach. Slim Pickens replaced Andy Devine as the driver, Alex Cord played the Ringo Kid , Ann-Margret succeeded Claire Trevor as the prostitute Dallas, and Bing Crosby played Thomas Mitchell's Oscar-winning part as the drunken doctor

Stagecoach (disambiguation)
A stagecoach is a type of four-wheeled coach.Stagecoach may also refer to:* Stagecoach , a band from London, UK* Stagecoach , a John Ford film* Stagecoach , a remake of the 1939 film

Stagecoach (TV film)
Stagecoach is a 1986 made-for-TV film.It is a remake of the classic 1939 film Stagecoach andstars Kris Kristofferson as the Ringo Kid, the part originally played by John Wayne. Willie Nelson portrays famous gunslinger and dentist Doc Holliday. Johnny Cash portrays Marshal Curly Wilcox and Waylon Jennings plays the gambler, Hatfield

Stagehand (horse)
Stagehand was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who is the only horse to ever win the Santa Anita Handicap and the Santa Anita Derby in the same year.

Stages (song)
"Stages" was the second single by the American rock band ZZ Top in 1985 from their album Afterburner. The song reached #1 on the Top Rock Tracks chart in early 1986 and #21 on the Billboard Hot 100.-Charts:-Personnel:

Stages (Vedera album)
Stages is the second album from Kansas City rock band Vedera. It was released digitally on Epic Records on October 6, 2009. The album was produced by Mike Flynn and Warren Huart . Rough cuts of "Back to the Middle," "Satisfy," "Forgive You," and "Taking Chances" have been made available on the band's MySpace page

In economics, stagflation is a situation in which the inflation rate is high and the economic growth rate slows down and unemployment remains steadily high

Stagger (aviation)
In aviation stagger refers to the horizontal positioning of a biplane, triplane, or multiplane's wings in relation to one another.An aircraft is said to have positive stagger, or simply stagger, when the upper wing is positioned forward of the lower wing, such as the de Havilland Tiger Moth or Stearman

Staggers may refer to:People* Harley Orrin Staggers , a US politician and the namesake of the Staggers Rail Act* Harley O. Staggers, Jr

Stagione is an organizational system for presenting opera, often used by large houses. Typically each production is cast separately and has a brief but intensive run of performances. By contrast, companies that use a repertory system maintain a permanent company and rotate productions over many months or even years

Stagnation may refer to one of the following*Economic stagnation, slow or no economic growth*Era of Stagnation, a period of economic stagnation in Soviet Union*Stagnation in fluid dynamics, see "Stagnation point"*Water stagnation*Air stagnation

Stahl is a surname, and may refer to:* Agustín Stahl Puerto Rican physician, ethnologist, and botanist* Armin Mueller-Stahl* Ben Stahl* Ben Stahl * Chick Stahl* Christian Ernst Stahl* Daniel Stahl* Floyd Stahl

A stain is a discoloration that can be clearly distinguished from the surface, material, or medium it is found upon. Stains are caused by the chemical or physical interaction of two dissimilar materials

Stainless may refer to:* Stainless steel, a corrosion-resistant metal alloy* Stainless Games, a British video game developer* Stainless Broadcasting Company, a TV broadcaster based in Michigan, US

The hamlet of Stair in Scotland nestles at the bottom of a glen beside the River Ayr at the north-west border of the 5,376 acre parish of Stair where the River Ayr is joined by Glenstang Burn in what is now known as East Ayrshire.

Stair may refer to:Places*Stair, Cumbria, England*Stair, East Ayrshire, ScotlandPeople* Sir Stair Agnew, , a Scottish public servant* James Dalrymple, 1st Viscount of Stair , Scottish lawyer and politician

Staircase (play)
Staircase is a two-character play by Charles Dyer about an aging gay couple who own a barber shop in the East End of London. One of them is a part-time actor about to go on trial for propositioning a police officer

-People:* Scott Kannberg , guitarist of Pavement* A. Edison Stairs , New Brunswick politician* Denis Stairs , engineer, Montreal businessman* Ernest W. Stairs , New Brunswick politician

Stairway, staircase, stairwell, flight of stairs, or simply stairs are names for a construction designed to bridge a large vertical distance by dividing it into smaller vertical distances, called steps

Stairway (band)
Stairway was an English New Age band in the late 1980s.-History:In 1986, after the Yardbirds' reunion project, Box of Frogs, drummer-composer Jim McCarty and guitarist-bassist Louis Cennamo decided to regroup to create music of a healing nature

Stairways by Nick Gilder was released in 1997 on the Spinner Music Group Inc./Gilder Records labels.- Track listing :# "Stairways"# "Truth"# "Crossroads"# "Big House"# "Cafe Heaven"# "You're Everything "# "O What A Day"

Stake may refer to:* @stake, a computer services company* Equity stake, a share or interest in a business or investment* "Stake", a tent peg* Stake -Military:* Sudis , a fortification carried by Roman legionaries

Stake Out
Stake Out was a game show which originally aired on Challenge TV between 12 November and 21 December 2001. It was hosted by Anthony Davis.-Gameplay:

The term stakeholder, as traditionally used in the English language in law and notably gambling, is a third party who temporarily holds money or property while its owner is still being determined.

Stakeholder may refer to:*Stakeholder , a person, group, organization, or system who affects or can be affected by an organization's actions**Consumer stakeholder, a person or group with an interest in a business or organization

Stakeholder may refer to:*Stakeholder , a person, group, organization, or system who affects or can be affected by an organization's actions**Consumer stakeholder, a person or group with an interest in a business or organization

A stakeout is the coordinated hidden surveillance of a location or person for the purpose of gathering evidence, especially in regard to criminal activity. The term derives from the practice by surveyors of using stakes to measure out an area before the main building project is commenced.

A stalactite , "to drip", and meaning "that which drips") is a type of speleothem that hangs from the ceiling of limestone caves. It is a type of dripstone

A stalagmite is a type of speleothem that rises from the floor of a limestone cave due to the dripping of mineralized solutions and the deposition of calcium carbonate. This stalagmite formation occurs only under certain pH conditions within the underground cavern. The corresponding formation on the ceiling of a cave is known as a stalactite

Stalags (film)
Stalags is a 2007 documentary film produced by Barak Heymann and directed by Ari Libsker. The film examines the history of Stalags, pornography books that featured sexy female Nazi officers sexually abusing camp prisoners

Stale is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Grębów, within Tarnobrzeg County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, in south-eastern Poland. It lies approximately west of Grębów, east of Tarnobrzeg, and north of the regional capital Rzeszów.

Stalemate is a situation in chess where the player whose turn it is to move is not in check but has no legal moves. A stalemate ends the game in a draw. Stalemate is covered in the rules of chess.

Stalin (1992 film)
Stalin is a 1992 television film, produced for HBO, starring Robert Duvall portraying Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. The film won three Golden Globe Awards among various awards including cinematography awards for Vilmos Zsigmond

Stalin (name)
Stalin may be either a given name or surname. Listed here are notable persons sharing the 'Stalin' name.-Surname:*Joseph Stalin, , a major figure in Russian and world history of the early to mid-20th century.

Staling, or "going stale", is a chemical and physical process in bread and other foods that reduces their palatability. Stale bread is dry and leathery.-Mechanism and effects:

Stalinism refers to the ideology that Joseph Stalin conceived and implemented in the Soviet Union, and is generally considered a branch of Marxist–Leninist ideology but considered by some historians to be a significant deviation from this philosophy

Stalk may refer to:* Plant stem, one of two main structural axes of a vascular plant* Leaf stalk, also known as Petiole* Flower stalk, also known as Peduncle* Stalking, an act of intrusive behavior or unwanted attention towards a person

Stalk (sheaf)
The stalk of a sheaf is a mathematical construction capturing the behaviour of a sheaf around a given point.-Motivation and definition:Sheaves are defined on open sets, but the underlying topological space X consists of points. It is reasonable to attempt to isolate the behavior of a sheaf at a single fixed point x of X

-In media:* Stalker , a 1995 dark ambient album by Lustmord & Robert Rich, inspired by the film* Stalker , an episode of the American television series CSI

Stalker (comics)
Stalker is a fictional antihero and swords and sorcery character published by DC Comics. The character debuted in Stalker #1 , and was created by Paul Levitz and Steve Ditko.-Publication history:

Stalking is a term commonly used to refer to unwanted and obsessive attention by an individual or group to another person. Stalking behaviors are related to harassment and intimidation and may include following the victim in person and/or monitoring them via the internet