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Standpoint (magazine)
Standpoint is a monthly British cultural and political magazine. Its premier issue was published at the end of May 2008 – the first launch of a major current affairs publication in the UK in more than a decade.

Stands may refer to:*The Stands, an English rock band*Bleachers, a seating or standing areas at a sports venue *Stand , a supernatural power in the manga and anime JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

Stanford (Caltrain station)
Stanford Station is a Caltrain station in Palo Alto, California, next to the stadium on the Stanford University campus. It is only used on football game days.-References:*

Stang can refer to:*Bishop Stang High School, Dartmouth, Massachusetts, USA*Ford Mustang, sometimes used as a general slang term for mustangs.*Arnold Stang, American actor*Axel Heiberg Stang*Dorothy Stang*Emil Stang

Stange (surname)
Stange is a surname, and may refer to:* Bernd Stange , German football manager* DJ Stange , American bassist* Iekeliene Stange , Dutch fashion model* Janne Stange , Norwegian football defender

Stanica may refer to:*stanitsa, a Cossack village and unit of rural organization*Stanica, Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Stanica, Silesian Voivodeship

Stanislav and its variants may refer to:-Places:* Stanislaus County, California, named after Stanislaus River* Place Stanislas, a square in Nancy, France, World Heritage Site of UNESCO

Stanislava is the female form of the very old Slavic given name Stanislav, meaning someone who achieves glory or fame. It is most often given in the Slavic countries of Central and South Eastern Europe.-People with this name:

Stanley may refer to:- Australia :* Stanley, Tasmania* Stanley, Victoria* County of Stanley, Queensland- Canada :* Stanley, British Columbia* Stanley, New Brunswick* Port Stanley, Ontario- Falkland Islands :

Stanley (Amtrak station)
The Stanley Amtrak station is a train station in Stanley, North Dakota served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The platform, tracks, and wooden depot are owned by BNSF Railway. It was originally a Great Northern Railway station that was a replacement for an earlier one, which is now a private residence.Stanley is served by Amtrak's daily Empire Builder

Stanley (company)
Stanley, Inc. , acquired by CGI Group in 2010, is an information technology company based in Arlington, Virginia. Founded in 1966, it operated as a small, entrepreneurial consulting company.

Stanley (play)
Stanley is a 1996 play written by English playwright, Pam Gems. The play was premiered at the Royal National Theatre's Cottesloe Theatre in London.-Plot synopsis:

Stanley (surname)
Stanley is both a family name and a masculine given name dating from the 11th and 12th century English contraction of 'Stoney Meadow'

Stannite is a mineral, a sulfide of copper, iron, and tin. The chemical formula Cu2FeSnS4. Zinc commonly occurs with the iron and trace germanium may be present. Stannite is used as an ore of tin, consisting of approximately 28% tin, 13% iron, 30% copper, 30% sulfur by mass

Stano is a pop singer in Lithuania and the leader of music group Delfinai. He also wrote two novels, autobiographical Kiek kainuoja ilgesys and Neįtikėtinos istorijos .Stano was born to a Russian mother and a Lithuanian father

In poetry, a stanza is a unit within a larger poem. In modern poetry, the term is often equivalent with strophe; in popular vocal music, a stanza is typically referred to as a "verse"

STAP may refer to:* Single Trooper Aerial Platform, a Star Wars vehicle* Space-time adaptive processing, a signal processing technique* Standard conditions for temperature and pressure , a set of environmental parameters* SystemTap , a Linux debugging utility

-Trade:*The Staple, in English historiography, the entire medieval system of trade and its taxation*Staple Inn, a building on the south side of High Holborn in London, England.*Statute of the Staple, a statute passed in 1353 by the Parliament of England

Staple (2002) (album)
Staple is an album released by the band Staple.-Track listing:#"Intro" - 1:07 #"Addiction" - 3:44 #"Leaving" - 3:44 #"Face" - 3:17 #"Beautiful" - 4:47 #"Reasons" - 4:15 #"Haunted" - 4:25 #"What I've Got" - 5:09 #"Good Grief" - 4:05

Staple gun
A staple gun or powered stapler is a hand-held machine used to drive heavy metal staples into wood, plastic, or masonry. Staple guns are used for many different applications and to affix a variety of materials, including insulation, house wrap, roofing, wiring, carpeting, upholstery, and hobby and craft materials

A stapler is a mechanical device that joins sheets of paper or similar material by driving a thin metal staple through the sheets and folding the ends. Staplers are widely used in government, business, offices, and schools.

Staplers is a suburb of Newport, Isle of Wight, England, on the east side of the River Medina.It houses the Crown Offices which discharge the principal functions of national government on the Isle of Wight such as the Department for Work and Pensions

-Places:*Staples, Minnesota, United States*Staples, Texas, United States*Staples Center, an arena in Los Angeles, California*Staples High School, a high school in Connecticut*Staples , a train station in Staples, Minnesota served by Amtrak

Staples (Amtrak station)
Staples is a train station in Staples, Minnesota served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. It was built in December, 1909, by the Northern Pacific Railway. The architects of the station were Charles A. Reed and Allen H

Star (1982 film)
Star is a Bollywood movie made in 1982, starring Kumar Gaurav, Rati Agnihotri, Raj Kiran, Saeed Jaffrey, A.K. Hangal, Dina Pathak and Padmini Kolhapure. It had a very successful soundtrack released as Star/Boom Boom, produced by Biddu and sung by Nazia Hassan.

Star (board game)
Star is a two-player abstract strategy board game developed in by Craige Schensted . It was first published in 1983 in Games magazine. It is connection game, related to games such as Hex, Y, Havannah, and TwixT. Unlike these games, however, the result is based a player having a higher final score rather than achieving a specific goal

STAR (Conference)
STAR is a series of conferences regarding software testing.The conferences are a combination of workshops, keynotes and tracks, all about one or more subjects related to software testing:* test management* test techniques* test automation* metrics

Star (disambiguation)
A star is a luminous cosmic body.Star or stars may also refer to:- Russia :* Star, Bryansk Oblast, an urban-type settlement* Star, Novgorod Oblast, a rural locality - United Kingdom :* Star, Anglesey, Wales* Star, Fife, Scotland

Star (Kevin Ayers song)
"Star" was the second Kevin Ayers single issued to promote his 1976 album, Yes We Have No Mañanas . Both songs were featured on the LP

Star (Murk album)
Star is the second album by Murk, also known as Funky Green Dogs. It was released in early 1999 on the label TWISTED America/MCA Records. With the introduction of new vocalist, Tamara Wallace, she brings new life and charisma to Murk's songs, making it much more satisfying LP overall

Star (Stellar\* song)
"Star" is New Zealand band Stellar*'s ninth single, and their third single from their second album Magic Line. This single is the last of the band's to have a physical release. The single, though charting for five weeks would only reach a position of #40. The single featured two B-sides, the Sub Mariner Remix of Taken, as well as the new B-side We Go Out

Star Crossed
-Television:* Star Crossed, an episode of the The Outer Limits TV series-Comics:* Star Crossed, a comic book limited series published by DC Comics imprint, Helix

Star Crossed (comics)
Star Crossed, is a three-issue comic book mini-series published in 1997 under the short-lived DC Comics imprint, Helix. Written and illustrated by Matt Howarth, Star Crossed recounts the surrealist tale of a deep-space romance between a genetically engineered über-woman and a sentient asteroid

Star Crossed (The Outer Limits)
"Star Crossed" is an episode of The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 13 August 1999, during the fifth season.-Introduction:-Plot:

Star Trek (1979 pinball)
Star Trek is a 1979 pinball game developed by Bally. It is based in the film and movie series of the same name. It has also made an appearance in Rammstein's Amerika music video.It was the first pinball machine based in Star Trek

Star Trek (Blish)
James Blish wrote a series of short stories adaptations of Star Trek episodes from 1967 to 1975, called simply Star Trek. The adaptations were generally written based on scripts , and initially without reference to the finished episodes, as they had not yet aired in the United Kingdom, Blish's base of operations.James Blish wrote the stories

Star Trek (pinball)
Star Trek is the name of three pinball machines:*Star Trek developed by Bally.*Star Trek developed by Data East.*Star Trek: The Next Generation developed by Williams .

Star Wars (1992 pinball)
Star Wars is a 1992 pinball machine released by Data East. It is based on the Star Wars original trilogy of films.-External links:* *

Star Wars (manga)
Four Star Wars films have been adapted to manga comics. There are currently no manga adaptations of Attack of the Clones or Revenge of the Sith.-A New Hope:Artwork-Hisao TamakiVolumes-4

Star Wars (Namco video game)
Star Wars is a Family Computer video game released in 1987 by Namco. Despite being based on Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, some levels are based on the later two Star Wars films. It is the only game in the Star Wars franchise that was released exclusively in Japan

Star Wars (Robot Chicken episode)
Robot Chicken: Star Wars is a 2007 episode of the television comedy series Robot Chicken, airing as a one-off special during Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block on June 17, 2007

Star-crossed (disambiguation)
"Star-crossed" is an expression referring to a situation in which one or more individuals attempts to defy fate.Star-crossed or starcrossed may also refer to:* Starcrossed , a 2005 independent short film

Star-Spangled Banner (disambiguation)
Star-Spangled Banner can mean:* The Star-Spangled Banner, the national anthem of the United States* Flag of the United States, the national flag of the United States in general

Stardust may refer to:* A type of cosmic dust composed of particles in space-Music:* Stardust * "Stardust" , by Galneryus* "Stardust" , by Hoagy Carmichael* "Stardust" , by David Essex* Stardust

Stardust (John Coltrane album)
Stardust is an album credited to jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1963 on Prestige Records, catalogue 7268. It is assembled from unissued results of two separate recording sessions at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack, New Jersey in 1958

Stardust (magazine)
Stardust is an Indian monthly Bollywood news and gossip magazine published in English and Hindi. It also sponsors the Stardust Awards.-History:

Stardust (novel)
Stardust is the first solo prose novel by Neil Gaiman. It is usually published as a novel with illustrations by Charles Vess. Stardust has a different tone and style from most of Gaiman's prose fiction, being consciously written in the tradition of pre-Tolkien English fantasy, following in the footsteps of authors such as Lord Dunsany and Hope Mirrlees

Stardust (novel)
Stardust is the first solo prose novel by Neil Gaiman. It is usually published as a novel with illustrations by Charles Vess. Stardust has a different tone and style from most of Gaiman's prose fiction, being consciously written in the tradition of pre-Tolkien English fantasy, following in the footsteps of authors such as Lord Dunsany and Hope Mirrlees

Stare may refer to:*Staring, a prolonged gaze or fixed look*Staré, a village and municipality in Michalovce District in the Kosice Region of eastern Slovakia*Stare, a verb in Latin and Italian which means "to stand"

Stare (indie band)
Stare were an early 1990s four-piece indie band from Norfolk, England. Members of the band were Michael Brown, Karl Goodbody, Richard Hammerton and Derek O'Sullivan, joined by second guitarist in March 1992 David Donley.

Starfish (band)
Starfish is an Austin, Texas based indie rock band that was formed in 1993. Members included Ronna Era, Jason Morales and Scott Marcus, formerly of Glass Eye . The first two drummers were Clifford and Dave, who were later named in the song Clifford/Dave. Scott Marcus became the permanent drummer in 1994

Stargazer (The Tea Party song)
"Stargazer" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party. It was released as a promotional single in Canada. The music video was shot in Toronto

Staring is a prolonged gaze or fixed look. In staring, one object or person is the continual focus of visual interest, for an amount of time. Staring can be interpreted as being either hostile, or the result of intense concentration or affection. Staring behaviour can be considered a form of aggression, or an invasion of an individual's privacy

-Places:United States*Stark, Kansas, in Neosho County*Stark, New Hampshire, in Coos County*Stark, New York, in Herkimer County*Stark, West Virginia*Stark, Wisconsin, in Vernon County*Stark County, Illinois*Stark County, North Dakota*Stark County, Ohio

Stark (surname)
Stark and Starke are surnames and may refer to:*Andrew Stark , Australian street photographer*Arthur C. Stark , British medical doctor and naturalist*Benjamin Stark , American merchant and Oregon Senator

Stark (TV miniseries)
Stark is a 1993 British-Australian television miniseries, based on the bestselling novel Stark by comedian Ben Elton. The three-episode series, directed by Nadia Tass, was an international coproduction between the British Broadcasting Corporation and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.-Production:The budget for the series was A$7 million, with most of the money coming

Starks (surname)
Starks is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:* Carol Starks, an actress* Duane Starks, an American football player* Edwin Chapin Starks, an American ichthyologist* John Starks * John Starks

Starlet may refer to:*Toyota Starlet, car*Corby Starlet, airplane*The Starlet, reality TV show*Starlet sea anemone, a species of sea anemone native to the east coast of the United States

Starlight refers to the visible radiation emitted by stars other than the Sun.Starlight may also refer to:-Comics:* Starlight , Dr

Starlight (anthology series)
Starlight is a science fiction and fantasy series edited by Patrick Nielsen Hayden and published by Tor Books.-Volumes:* Starlight 1 * Starlight 2 * Starlight 3 -Awards:

Starlight (comics)
Starlight is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. Created by Steve Gerber and Sal Buscema, she first appeared in Defenders # 35 .-Fictional character biography:Tania Belinsky was born in Leningrad, in the former Soviet Union

Starlight (fairy tale)
-Synopsis:A king whose kingdom was constantly imperiled by another king had an only son who had fallen in love with a slave, Starlight. Her family was quite unknown, but he cared nothing for anything but her. Angry, the queen had the slave imprisoned in a tower. A beautiful white cat kept her company. The prince despaired

Starlight (Warriors)
Starlight is a children's fantasy novel, the fourth book in Erin Hunter's bestselling Warriors: The New Prophecy series. The hardback was released on April 4, 2006 and the paperback on March 27, 2007.-Plot summary:

Starlings are small to medium-sized passerine birds in the family Sturnidae. The name "Sturnidae" comes from the Latin word for starling, sturnus. Many Asian species, particularly the larger ones, are called mynas, and many African species are known as glossy starlings because of their iridescent plumage