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In fluid dynamics, a stall is a reduction in the lift coefficient generated by a foil as angle of attack increases. This occurs when the critical angle of attack of the foil is exceeded

Stall may refer to:Enclosures* Stall , a small enclosure, as for market goods, or for an animal** Restroom stall, an enclosure providing privacy to the user of a single toilet in a public restroom

Stall (engine)
A stall is the slowing or stopping of a process, and in the case of an engine, refers to a sudden stopping of the engine turning, usually brought about accidentally.

See Stall for related topics.Stalling can refer to:* Stalling , obstruction of the flow of play while leading in a timed game

A Stallion is a male horse.Stallion may also refer to:* Stallion , an American pop rock group* Stallion , a figure in the Gobot toyline* Stallion , a character in the console role-playing game series

Stallion (band)
Stallion was an American pop rock group, from Denver, Colorado, U.S. They were a one-hit wonder, only scoring in 1977 with "Old Fashioned Boy ", which peaked at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The "Stalwarts" were a faction of the United States Republican Party toward the end of the 19th century.Notable Stalwarts include Roscoe Conkling and Thomas C. Platt, who were in favor of Ulysses S. Grant, the eighteenth President of the United States , running for a third term. They were the "traditional" Republicans who opposed Rutherford B. Hayes' civil service reform

Stalwart is an adjective synonymous with "strong". It may also refer to:Relating to people:* Stalwart , member of the most patronage-oriented faction of the United States Republican Party in the late 19th century

STAM can refer to:* STAM, Ghent City Museum* STAM, for Signal transducing adaptor molecule, a human gene* Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, an open access journal in materials science

Signal transducing adapter molecule 1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the STAM gene.-Interactions:Signal transducing adaptor molecule has been shown to interact with STAMBP, HGS, TIMM8A and Janus kinase 2.-Further reading:

The stamen is the pollen producing reproductive organ of a flower

Stamina may refer to:* Endurance* Stamen , the male organ of a flower* Stamina , an American racehorse* Stam1na, a Finnish heavy metal band

A stammer, or stammering, is a speech disorder typified by the involuntary repetition of a sound or sounds.Stammer, Stammers and Stammmering may also refer to:* Notker of St Gall "Notker the Stammerer" * Steven Stamkos A stammer, or stammering, is a speech disorder typified by the involuntary repetition of a sound or sounds.Stammer, Stammers and Stammmering may also refer to:* Notker of St Gall "Notker the Stammerer" (840-912)* Steven Stamkos A stammer, or stammering, is a speech disorder typified by the involuntary repetition of a sound or sounds.Stammer, Stammers and Stammmering may also refer to:* Notker of St Gall "Notker the Stammerer" (840-912)* Steven Stamkos (b

Securities Trading Access Messaging Protocol is a message format protocol used in Canadian stock market describing electronic communications between exchange and brokers used to conduct business on the exchange similar to CMS protocol used by NYSE.

Stampe et Vertongen was a Belgian aircraft manufacturer formed in 1922 and based at Antwerp. The company specialised in design and construction of primary trainers/tourers and advanced trainers

A stampede is an act of mass impulse among herd animals or a crowd of people in which the herd collectively begins running with no clear direction or purpose.

Stampede (Krokus album)
Stampede is the eleventh studio album from Swiss band Krokus. It features an almost completely different line-up to that of their last album , and was, perhaps ironically, recorded in the band's home town of Solothurn by Jürg Naegeli, a former member of the band

Stamper is a surname, and may refer to:* Harold Stamper, English football player* John Stamper, British aeronautical engineer* Malcolm T. Stamper, president of Boeing* Ronald Stamper, British computer scientist* Tim Stamper* Tim and Chris Stamper

Stamping ground (ballet)
Stamping Ground is a contemporary dance choreographed in 1983 by Jiri Kylain. It was inspired by the traditional dances of the Aboriginal people of Australia. The musical score was composed by Carlos Chavez to go alongside the dance sequences.

Stance is a morpheme meaning stand, used in several ways:* to take a position in an argument, a stand on a given issue;* refers to a particular standing postureThere are also a wide variety of stances adopted in martial arts and sports:* boxing stances

Stances (positioning)
In martial arts, stances are the distribution, foot orientation and body positions adopted when attacking, defending, advancing or retreating.

A stanchion is an upright bar or post, often providing support for some other object.* An architectural term applied to the upright iron bars in windows that pass through the eyes of the saddle bars or horizontal irons to steady the leadlight. A stanchion is an upright bar or post, often providing support for some other object.* An architectural term applied to the upright iron bars in windows that pass through the eyes of the saddle bars or horizontal irons to steady the leadlight. A stanchion is an upright bar or post, often providing support for some other object.* An architectural term applied to the upright iron bars in windows that pass through the eyes of the saddle bars or horizontal irons to steady the leadlight. (The French call the latter traverses, the stanchions montants, and the whole arrangement armature

Stand may refer to:*Stand, Greater Manchester, a residential area in the Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, England*A partnership in cricket*STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition

Stand (drill pipe)
A Stand is two or three joints of drill pipe connected together and stood in the derrick vertically, usually while tripping pipe. A stand of collars is similar, only made up of collars and a collar head. The collar head is screwed into the collar to allow it to be picked up by the elevators.Stands are emplaced inside of the "board" of the drilling rig

Stand (Irish band)
Stand are a Dublin 4-piece rock band. They spent the last two years promoting their fourth studio album, Travel Light, both in Ireland and in the United States. The record was critically acclaimed leading the band to sell out the prestigious Bowery Ballroom in New York City

Stand (Poison song)
"Stand" is a song by American Hard rock band Poison, it was the 1st single from their 1993 Native Tongue album. The song reached number 15 on the Mainstream rock chart, #35 on the top 40 mainstream chart and #50 on the Billboard Hot 100

Stand (Rascal Flatts song)
"Stand" is a single by country music band Rascal Flatts. It is the fourth single released from their Me and My Gang album. The song became their seventh number-one hit on Hot Country Songs chart on the week of May 12, 2007.-Content:

Stand and Deliver (disambiguation)
Stand and deliver is a stock phrase associated with highwaymen. Other usages refer to this:* Stand and Deliver is a 1988 film.* "Stand and Deliver" , a song by Adam and the Ants** Stand And Deliver, Adam Ant’s autobiography from 2006

Stand and Deliver (Mr. Mister song)
"Stand and Deliver" is a 1988 single by the band Mr. Mister, and is the fourth single from Go On.... The song failed to make the US Billboard Hot 100, and was the last single the band released before its breakup

Stand Back
Stand Back is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band April Wine, released in 1975 . It became the first album to ever achieve platinum sales in Canada.-Track listing:All tracks written by Myles Goodwyn unless otherwise noted.

Stand Back (song)
-Live in Chicago:The most recent live performance of the song in Nicks' solo shows is captured in the 2009 CD release The Soundstage Sessions, where Nicks chose the track as the opening number to her show, rather than placing it towards the climactic end of the setlist as per previous tours.-Performances with Fleetwood Mac:*A live performance of Stand Back from 1987 was included on the

Stand Back (The Arrows album)
Stand Back is the first proper album by The Arrows released in 1984, that featured three hit Canadian singles. Producer David Tyson was nominated for a Juno Award in 1984 for "Producer of the Year", for his work on this album.- Track listing :

Stand Out (album)
Stand Out is the third and final album by American Gospel music artist Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing . The album is the group's second live recording

Stand Still
Stand Still is live album by The Stone Roses that was recorded in October 1989 in Tokyo. It is an unofficial, bootleg recording.-Track listing:*Intro - 01:51 *I Wanna Be Adored - 05:15 *Elephant Stone- 03:44 *Waterfall - 04:52

Stand Up
Stand Up may refer to:* Stand-up comedy* Stand up , the activation of a unit or command structure* Stand-up fighting, a type of hand-to-hand combat* Stand-up meeting, a daily team meeting, in agile software development-Albums:

Stand Up (Everyday Sunday album)
-Personnel:*Andrew Martin - guitar*Chris Hines - drums, percussion*Daniel James - bass*Trey Pearson - vocals

Stand up (for the champions)
"Stand Up " is a song by British band Right Said Fred from their album Stand Up in 2002.In the United States, the song has been used by some National Football League teams.

Stand Up (Jet song)
"Stand Up" is a song by Australian rock band Jet from their second album Shine On. It is rumored to be the fourth single off the album, and was released as the album's third and final single in the United States

Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)
"Stand Up " is a 1993 single by British hard rock band Def Leppard from their multi-platinum album Adrenalize. The song reached #1 on the Billboard Album Rock charts, and #34 on the Billboard Hot 100

Stand up (military)
Stand up or stand-up in a military sense, is United States military terminology or jargon which means to formally activate and commission a unit, formation or command structure

Stand Up (Steel Dragon song)
"Stand Up" is a song performed by fictional 80's rock band Steel Dragon in the 2001 film Rock Star.The vocals for Steel Dragon lead singer Bobby Beers, played in the film by Jason Flemyng, were done by Jeff Scott Soto.

Stand Up (The Triffids song)
Stand Up is the first single ever released by The Triffids. The production of this single was the prize for the Triffids winning a song competition run by the Western Australian Institute of Technology Student Guild’s radio show on 6NR

A stand-in for film and television is a person who substitutes for the actor before filming, for technical purposes such as lighting.Stand-ins are helpful in the initial processes of production. Lighting setup can be a slow and tedious process; during this time the actor will often be somewhere else

Stand-In is a movie about Hollywood and the film industry starring Leslie Howard, Joan Blondell, and Humphrey Bogart. It was directed by Tay Garnett, produced by Walter Wanger, and released by United Artists.- Plot :

A standalone entity is something that has no dependencies; it can "stand alone". Standalone may also refer to the following topics:*Standalone software*the standalone attribute in XML*a standalone expansion pack for games

A technical standard is an established norm or requirement about technical systems. It is usually a formal document that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and practices. In contrast, a custom, convention, company product, corporate standard, etc

Standard (1904 automobile)
The Standard was an American automobile manufactured between 1904 and around 1908. Successor to the US Long Distance, it was a 25hp four with wooden side-entrance bodywork. It sold for $3500.

Standard (1911 automobile)
The Standard was a German automobile manufactured between 1911 and 1912. The car was produced at Berlin-Charlottenburg using a rotary valve engine built by Heinrod, which was unreliable and had not been fully developed; consequently, it was very unpopular.

Standard (1912 automobile)
The Standard was an American automobile manufactured in Butler, Pennsylvania from 1912 until 1923. Produced by the Standard Steel Car Company, in a new factory claimed to have cost $2 million, the first cars used a six cylinder engine but from 1916 the company was among the first to offer a V-8 engine

Standard (disambiguation)
-Flags:Any flag, a piece of woven cloth used for signalling or identification* any War flag or military standard* Ensign, a distinguishing flag of a ship or a military unit

Standard (Indian automobile)
The Standard is an Indian brand of automobile which was produced by Standard Motor Products in Madras from 1949 to 1988. Indian Standards were variations of vehicles made in the U.K. by Standard-Triumph. After being formed in 1947, their first product was the Vanguard, which began to be assembled in 1949

Standard (Italian automobile)
The Standard was an Italian automobile manufactured from 1906 until 1908 by the Fabbrica Automobili Standard of Torino. The company produced a 10/14 hp four-cylinder which was sometimes marketed under the name FAS.

Standard (magazine)
Standard is a Serbian weekly newsmagazine whose very first issue appeared on May 26, 2006.The magazine is sold under the mantra "Sve novine u jednoj" and its editor-in-chief duties are performed by Željko Cvijanović

Standard (music)
In music, a standard is a tune or song of established popularity.-See also:* Blues standard* Jazz standard* Pop standard* Great American Songbook-Further reading:* Greatest Rock Standards, published by Hal Leonard ISBN 0793588391

Standard Architecture for Universal Comment Extensions
Standard Architecture for Universal Comment Extensions or SAUCE, as it is most commonly known, is an open metadata protocol for tagging and describing ASCII text files and other files, most of which generally center around or date back to the era of BBSing

Standard deviation
Standard deviation is a widely used measure of variability or diversity used in statistics and probability theory. It shows how much variation or "dispersion" there is from the average

Standard Gauge (toy trains)
Standard Gauge, also known as Wide Gauge, was an early model railway and toy train rail gauge, introduced in the United States in 1906 by Lionel Corporation. As it was a toy standard, rather than a scale modeling standard, the actual scale of Standard Gauge locomotives and rolling stock varied

Standby may refer to:*Standby , a list in which passengers may request to be placed on to request an earlier or more convenient flight.

Standby (air travel)
On most modern airlines, flying standby occurs when a passenger travels on a flight without a prior reservation for that specific flight.- Why fly standby? :

A theatrical standee is a large self-standing display promoting a movie, product or event. They are typically made of cardboard, and may range from large self-standing posters to three-dimensional devices with moving parts and lights.

The Standel Company is an American company specialized in the manufacture of electric guitar amplifiers. It was founded in 1953 by Robert "Bob" Crooks in Temple City, California

Standing Room Only (TV series)
Standing Room Only was an entertainment series on Home Box Office that premiered in 1976. Shows featured concerts, burlesque shows, ventriloquism programs, magic shows and more.

A standoff is used in mechanics and electronics to separate two parts from one another. Standoffs can be many shapes and sizes and made of many different materials. Insulating standoffs may keep two parts from touching each other, thereby preventing an electronic short

Standoff or stand-off may refer to:a media production*Standoff , a 2006-2007 Fox Broadcasting television series*Standoff, a 1998 film written and directed by Andrew Chapman

Standpipe may refer to:* Standpipe , a rigid vertical pipe to which fire hoses can be connected* Standpipe , an external freestanding pipe to provide running water in areas with no other water supply

Standpipe (street)
A standpipe is a freestanding pipe fitted with a tap which is installed outdoors to dispense water in areas which do not have a running water supply to the buildings.

Standpoint may refer to:*Standpoint , a monthly British cultural and political magazine*standpoint theory*standpoint feminism*BVI Standpoint, a newspaper published in the British Virgin Islands*Perspective , point of view