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Station wagon
A station wagon is a body style variant of a sedan/saloon with its roof extended rearward over a shared passenger/cargo volume with access at the back via a third or fifth door , instead of a trunk lid

Stationary can mean:* In statistics and probability: a stationary process.* In mathematics: a stationary point.* In mathematics: a stationary set.* In physics: a time-invariant quantity, such as a constant position or temperature.

Stationary front
A stationary front is a boundary between two different air masses, neither of which is strong enough to replace the other. On a weather map, this is shown by an inter-playing series of blue spikes pointing one direction and red domes pointing the other. They tend to remain essentially in the same area for extended periods of time, and waves sometimes propagate along the frontal boundary

Stationery has historically meant a wide gamut of materials: paper and office supplies, writing implements, greeting cards, glue, pencil case etc.-History of stationery:

Stations (Heaney)
Stations is a collection of poems written by Seamus Heaney, published in 1975.This particular collection presents a style of writing which was then new to Heaney, known as "verse paragraphs" or prose poems

A statistic is a single measure of some attribute of a sample . It is calculated by applying a function to the values of the items comprising the sample which are known together as a set of data.More formally, statistical theory defines a statistic as a function of a sample where the function itself is independent

A statistician is someone who works with theoretical or applied statistics. The profession exists in both the private and public sectors. The core of that work is to measure, interpret, and describe the world and human activity patterns within it

Statistics (disambiguation)
Statistics is a mathematical science pertaining to the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data.Statistic may also refer to:* Statistic, the result of applying a statistical algorithm to a set of data

The stator is the stationary part of a rotor system, found in an electric generator, electric motor and biological rotors.Depending on the configuration of a spinning electromotive device the stator may act as the field magnet, interacting with the armature to create motion, or it may act as the armature, receiving its influence from moving field coils on the rotor.The

Statues is a popular children's game, often played in Australia but with versions throughout the world.-General rules:# A person starts out as the "Curator" and stands at the end of a field. Everyone else playing stands at the far end

Statues (disambiguation)
Statues may refer to:*Statues, sculptures depicting specific entities*Statues , a 2003 album by Moloko*Statues , a children's game

"Statuesque" is a song by English Britpop band Sleeper, written by the band's vocalist and guitarist Louise Wener. It was the fourth and final single to be released from their second album The It Girl in 1996 . It also appears on the second Trainspotting soundtrack, released in 1997.-Releases:

Status , is a state, condition, or situation.Status may also refer to:* Social status, in sociology** Achieved status** Ascribed status** Master status** Political status** Socioeconomic status** Sociometric status

Status conference
A status conference is a court-ordered meeting with a judge where they decide the date of the trial.

Status Quo
Status Quo, also known as The Quo or just Quo, are an English rock band whose music is characterized by their distinctive brand of boogie rock.

Status quo
Statu quo, a commonly used form of the original Latin "statu quo" – literally "the state in which" – is a Latin term meaning the current or existing state of affairs. To maintain the status quo is to keep the things the way they presently are

A statute is a formal written enactment of a legislative authority that governs a state, city, or county. Typically, statutes command or prohibit something, or declare policy. The word is often used to distinguish law made by legislative bodies from case law, decided by courts, and regulations issued by government agencies

Stavanger is a city and municipality in the county of Rogaland, Norway.Stavanger municipality has a population of 126,469. There are 197,852 people living in the Stavanger conurbation, making Stavanger the fourth largest city, but the third largest urban area, in Norway

Stave can refer to:*Staff , a set of five horizontal lines and four spaces used in musical notation*Stave church, a Medieval wooden church with post and beam construction prevalent in Norway*The individual wood strips that form the sides of a barrel

Staven is a municipality in the district Mecklenburgische Seenplatte, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

- General :* Stays , the heavy ropes, wires, or rods on sailing vessels that run from the masts to the hull* Collar stays, small rigid pieces used to maintain the point of a men's dress shirt collar* Corset, a garment worn to mold and shape the torso

Stay (David Guetta song)
"Stay" is a house song performed by French DJ David Guetta and Chris Willis for Guetta's second studio album, Guetta Blaster. The song was released as the album's second single on September 13, 2004. The single found the most success on the Belgian Singles Chart, peaking at #10

Stay (Elisa song)
"Stay" is the first track from Elisa's album Soundtrack '96-'06 , it was the third single from the album and the first single from the international album Caterpillar , released in Italy, Switzerland and Holland

Stay (Eternal song)
"Stay" is a single by Eternal. It was the first single to be released from their debut album Always & Forever. The single entered at #16 on 26 September 1993 on the UK Singles Chart, eventually peaking at #4 on 17 October 1993. The single was also a hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in America, peaking at #19 on 12 March 1994

Stay (Fayray song)
"stay" is Fayray's 12th single. It was released on May 9, 2002 and peaked at #24. The song was used in a commercial for Kanebo's "KATE" cosmetics line and also served as ending theme for the TV program "Matthew's Best Hit TV". The coupling is a cover of Leon Russell's "A Song for You".- Charts :"stay" - Oricon Sales Chart

Stay (Jay Sean song)
"Stay" is the third single from Jay Sean's second album My Own Way. It was released on 7 July 2008 and became his lowest charting official UK single to date, peaking at #59.-History:The video was shot alongside the "Maybe" video.

Stay (Jeremy Camp song)
"Stay" is the fifth single from Christian singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp's first major label full-length album Stay, released on June 24, 2003.-Awards:On 2005, the song won a Dove Award for Rock Recorded Song of the Year at the 36th GMA Dove Awards.

Stay (Jodeci song)
"Stay" is a song by American R&B group Jodeci from their debut album Forever My Lady . The song was the third single released in promotion for the album in December of 1991

Stay (novel)
Stay is a crime novel by Nicola Griffith. It is a sequel to her 1998 novel The Blue Place, and continues the story of its protagonist, Aud Torvingen.

Stay (Oingo Boingo album)
Stay is a compilation album of the band Oingo Boingo. The album was only released in Brazil.-Background:In Brazil the band had only limited reception until 1988, with the albums Dead Man's Party and Boi-ngo, being the first albums virtually unknown in the country

Stay (Simply Red album)
Stay is the tenth and final studio album from British pop group Simply Red. It was released on March 12, 2007 in the UK and entered the official charts at #4

Stay (Sugarland song)
In 2009, Irish pop singer and Boyzone member Ronan Keating released a cover version of the song. The song was the first single from Keating's 2009 album, Winter Songs.-Chart performance:

Stay on My Side Tonight
Stay on My Side Tonight is a five-track EP released by Jimmy Eat World through downloads on September 13, 2005 and physically released on October 4, 2005

Stay the course
"Stay the course" is a phrase used in the context of a war or battle meaning to pursue a goal regardless of any obstacles or criticism. The modern usage of this term was popularized by United States presidents George W. Bush, George H. W

Stay-at-home may refer to:* Stay-at-home dad, a male parent who is the main caregiver of the children and the home* Stay-at-home defenceman, a hockey defenceman who plays a very defensive minded game

STB (Channel)
STB is a Ukrainian commercial television network. Today, the coverage area of the network is 85% of Ukraine's territory. It is broadcast in all oblast centers and all Ukrainian cities with a population greater than 50,000

Stead is a surname, and may refer to* C. K. Stead , New Zealand writer and critic* Christina Stead , Australian writer* Dave Stead , drummer

Steadfast is the fifth studio album by the United Kingdom band Forefather. The album's artwork is done by Martin Hanford. It was released in February 2008.-Track listing:# "Brunanburh" - 4:53# "Cween of the Mark" - 4:25# "Theodish Belief" - 5:20

Steak au poivre
Steak au poivre or pepper steak is a French dish that consists of a steak, traditionally a filet mignon, coated with loosely cracked peppercorns and then cooked. The peppercorns form a crust on the steak when cooked and provide a pungent but complementary counterpoint to the rich flavor of the high-quality beef

Steal may refer to:* Theft, the illegal taking of another person's property without that person's freely-given consent* The gaining of a stolen base in baseball

Steal (film)
Steal is a 2002 action adventure film starring Stephen Dorff, Natasha Henstridge, Bruce Payne and Steven Berkoff. It was directed by Gérard Pirès and written by Mark Ezra and Gérard Pirès.-Plot:

Steal Away
"Steal Away" is an American Negro spiritual. The song is well known by variations of the chorus:Many say that songs like "Steal Away to Jesus", and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", "Wade in the Water" and the "Gospel Train" are secret codes not only to have faith in God, but were hidden messages for slaves to run away on their own, or with the Underground

Stealth may refer to:*Stealth technology, technology used to conceal ships, aircraft, and missiles*Stealth aircraft, aircraft which use stealth technology*Stealth ground vehicle, ground vehicles which use stealth technology

Steam (album)
Steam is the fourth studio album recorded by country music artist Ty Herndon. It features the singles "Steam", "No Mercy", and "A Love Like That", all of which entered the Billboard country music charts; "You Can Leave Your Hat On" also entered the charts from unsolicited airplay

Steam (East 17 album)
Steam is the second album by East 17. It was released in the UK on 13 October 1994.The US version of the album features the three Top 10 hits from their first album Steam is the second album by East 17. It was released in the UK on 13 October 1994.The US version of the album features the three Top 10 hits from their first album Steam is the second album by East 17. It was released in the UK on 13 October 1994.The US version of the album features the three Top 10 hits from their first album ("House of Love", "Deep", "It's

Steam (Peter Gabriel song)
"Steam" is the second single from Peter Gabriel's 1992 album, Us. It reached #10 on the UK singles chart, #32 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Steam room
A steam room is an enclosed space with large amounts of high temperature steam, creating a high humidity environment. People sit in this room in a similar way to a sauna , for relaxation and purported benefits to health and well being. They can be commonly found in gyms, sanitariums and health resorts

-In locomotion:* Steamboat, a boat propelled by a paddlewheel or propeller under steam power* Steam locomotive, a locomotive propelled by steam-operated pistons* Stanley Steamer, a steam-powered automobile* Fastball, nickname for the baseball pitch

Steaming is a method of cooking using steam. Steaming is considered a healthy cooking technique and capable of cooking almost all kinds of food.-Method:

Steaming (crime)
Steaming is a slang term used by the British commonly for robbery performed on train or bus passengers by a gang or large group and often involving some level of violence. It is often used interchangeably with mugging, referring to a specific subcategory of that crime

Steampunk (anthology)
Steampunk is an anthology of steampunk fiction edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, and published by Tachyon Publications. It was nominated in 2009 for a World Fantasy Award.-Contributors:* Bill Baker* James P. Blaylock* Molly Brown

Stecker (surname)
Stecker may refer to:*Aaron Stecker, American football player*Franz Stecker, Austrian luger

Steed is a working animal used as a mount . Steed may also refer to:-Surname:*Jake Steed , American actor*Joel Steed , American football player*Maggie Steed , British actress

Steek (brand)
Steek is a private technology company based in France which provides integrated online multimedia data storage, file sharing, and automated backup services to telecom operators, ISPs, and portals

Steek (disambiguation)
Steek may refer to:* Steek, a knitting word* Steek , an online multimedia data storage company

Steel (soundtrack)
Steel is the soundtrack of the movie of the same name. The album was released just days before the film and featured the hit single "Men of Steel", a posse cut featuring Shaquille O'Neal, Ice Cube, B-Real, Peter Gunz and KRS-One. It reached #185 on the Billboard 200 and #26 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop charts. Other guest include Mobb Deep, Blackstreet, Tevin Campbell and Spice 1

Steele (supercomputer)
Steele is a supercomputer at Purdue University.The cluster is the second largest campus supercomputer in the Big Ten not a part of a national center and was the largest when built. Steele is made up of 893 Dell dual quad-core computer nodes and has a theoretical peak performance of more than 60 teraflops

Steele (surname)
-A:* Alfred E. Steele* Alfred Nu Steele , US businessperson and husband of Joan Crawford* Alfonso Steele* Alison Steele* Allen Steele, American science fiction author* Anne Steele* Anne Steele -B:

The Dutch word Steen means "stone", and is used for "castle" or "fortress", as in the Gravensteen in Ghent, Belgium. It is also an alternative spelling of the Swedish and Danish word sten with the same meaning. Steen is a rather common Swedish surname.

Steep is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is north of Petersfield, just off the A3 road.The nearest railway station is Petersfield, south of the village.