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Stepping Stone (Duffy song)
"Stepping Stone" is the fourth single by Duffy from her debut album Rockferry. The single was officially released as both a digital download and CD single on September 1, 2008 in the United Kingdom. Although it followed the massive success of previous singles "Mercy" and "Warwick Avenue", it did not perform well in worldwide music charts

Stepping Stone (song)
"Stepping Stone" is a song by American psychedelic rock musician Jimi Hendrix, featured on his 1972 third posthumous studio album War Heroes. It was originally released as a single in the United States backed with "Izabella" on April 8, 1970 – the last single released by Hendrix before his death

Steps are a British pop group created by manager Tim Byrne and writers Steve Crosby and Barry Upton, consisting of members Lee Latchford-Evans, Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer, and Ian "H" Watkins. Formed on 6 May 1997, Steps recorded a total of three studio albums, two compilation albums, released sixteen singles throughout their career

Steps (TVB)
Steps is a TVB modern drama series broadcast in September 2007.-Synopsis:Ballroom dancing emphasizes rhythm and mutual trust between the partners

STEREO is a solar observation mission. Two nearly identical spacecraft were launched into orbits that cause them to respectively pull farther ahead of and fall gradually behind the Earth

Stereo (Christie Front Drive)
Stereo is an album by American indie rock band Christie Front Drive. The album was released in 1997 by Caulfield Records and re-released on June 15th 2010 by Magic Bullet Records

Stereo (Paul Westerberg album)
Stereo is the fourth solo album from Paul Westerberg. At this point in his career, the former Replacements leader was entering a new phase. He said goodbye to professional studios and big-name producers like Brendan O'Brien and Don Was, recording the album in his basement by himself

Stereolithography (medicine)
Stereolithographic models have been used in medicine since the 1990s, for creating 3D corporeal models of various anatomical regions of a patient, based on datasets from CT-scans.- Usage :

Stereology was originally defined as "the spatial interpretation of sections". It is an interdisciplinary field that is largely concerned with the three-dimensional interpretation of planar sections of materials or tissues

Stereoscopy refers to a technique for creating or enhancing the illusion of depth in an image by presenting two offset images separately to the left and right eye of the viewer. Both of these 2-D offset images are then combined in the brain to give the perception of 3-D depth

A stereotype is a popular belief about specific social groups or types of individuals. The concepts of "stereotype" and "prejudice" are often confused with many other different meanings

Stereotypes (producers)
Stereotypes are a R&B/hip hop/dance production team created in 2003, composed of Jonathan Yip, Ray Romulus and Jeremy Reeves. They were listed as Top 10 Songwriters and Producers to Watch in the June 5, 2010 Billboard magazine. The first artists on their production company/label is Far*East Movement who is signed to Cherrytree/Interscope Records

Stereotypy (disambiguation)
A stereotypy is a repetitive behavior related to mental impairment.Stereotypy may also refer to:*Stereotypical_, non-pathological behaviors which show very low variability

Sterilization can refer to:* Sterilization , the elimination of microbiological organisms to achieve asepsis, a sterile microbial environment* Sterilisation , a medical technique that intentionally leave a person unable to reproduce

Sterling may refer to:* Sterling silver, a grade of silver* Pound sterling, the currency of the United Kingdom- Businesses :* Hotel Sterling, a former hotel in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States* Sterling Airlines

Sterling (band)
Sterling was a popular rock band formed in Manchester, England.The band was founded in 2001 at Manchester University, England by Robin Goodchild, Richard Ash, Gavin Stead and Edward Shiers.

The stern is the rear or aft-most part of a ship or boat, technically defined as the area built up over the sternpost, extending upwards from the counter rail to the taffrail. The stern lies opposite of the bow, the foremost part of a ship. Originally, the term only referred to the aft port section of the ship, but eventually came to refer to the entire back of a vessel

Stern (name)
Stern is a family name which can be of either German/Yiddish or English language origin, though the former case predominates.The English version of the surname was used as a nickname for someone who was strict, austere, harsh or stern in character

Sterna (disambiguation)
Sterna may refer to:*Sterna, a genus of birds*Sterna , Greece*Sterna, Drama, Greece*Sterna, Evros, Greece*A plural of sternum

The sternum or breastbone is a long flat bony plate shaped like a capital "T" located anteriorly to the heart in the center of the thorax

Steroid sulfatase
Steroid sulfatase , formerly known as arylsulfatase C, is a sulfatase enzyme involved in the metabolism of steroids. It is encoded by the STS gene.- Function :

Sterols, also known as steroid alcohols, are a subgroup of the steroids and an important class of organic molecules. They occur naturally in plants, animals, and fungi, with the most familiar type of animal sterol being cholesterol

Stet is a Latin word used by proofreaders and editors to instruct the typesetter or writer to disregard a change the editor or proofreader had previously marked.

Stet (disambiguation)
Stet is a Latin word used in proofreading to indicate that a previously marked change is to be ignored.Stet may also refer to:*Stet, the novel by James Chapman*Stet, the public document comment collection software

STET (fanzine)
STET is a science fiction fanzine, which has been published intermittently from Wheeling, Illinois by the married couple Leah Zeldes Smith and Dick Smith since the early 1990s

STET (text editor)
The STET text editor may have been the first folding editor; its first version was written in 1977 by Mike Cowlishaw. The editor runs on the IBM VM/CMS operating system.

Stetson (disambiguation)
Stetson is a brand of hat.Stetson may also refer to:* Stetson University, a private, co-educational, liberal arts university** Stetson University College of Law, Florida's first law school* Stetson, Maine, a town in Penobscot County, Maine

Steven (Alice Cooper character)
Steven is a fictional character invented by the rock artist Alice Cooper. He appears on the albums Welcome To My Nightmare , Alice Cooper Goes to Hell , DaDa , Hey Stoopid , The Last Temptation , Dragontown , Along Came A Spider , and Welcome 2 My Nightmare .- Welcome to My Nightmare :Steven appears for the first time on the concept

-People:* Stevens , including a list of people with the surname* Stevens Baker , farmer and member of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada* Stevens T

Stevens (constructor)
Stevens was an American racing car constructor. Stevens cars competed in six FIA World Championship races - the and - Indianapolis 500.-World Championship Indianapolis 500 results:

Stevens (surname)
-Literature:*Henry Stevens , U.S. bibliographer*Benjamin Franklin Stevens , U.S. bibliographer*Brooke Stevens, U.S. fantasy and thriller writer*Wallace Stevens , U.S. poet*Barry Stevens , writer, Gestalt therapist

Stevenson (disambiguation)
Stevenson is a surname, and it may also refer to:In places:*Stevenson, Alabama, USA*Stevenson, Maryland, USA*Stevenson, Washington, USA*Stevenson, California, USAIn educational institutions:*Adlai E

A stew is a combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in liquid and served in the resultant gravy. Ingredients in a stew can include any combination of vegetables , meat, especially tougher meats suitable for slow-cooking, such as beef. Poultry, sausages, and seafood are also used

Stew (musician)
Mark Stewart , known by his stage name Stew, is a singer/songwriter/playwright from Los Angeles. In the early 1990s, he formed a band called The Negro Problem and later went on to release albums under his own name

The term steward may refer to:- Titles and positions :* Arch-Steward, a seneschal, prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire* Steward, a flight attendant* Wine steward, a sommelier* Butler, the steward of a household

Steward (office)
A steward is an official who is appointed by the legal ruling monarch to represent him or her in a country, and may have a mandate to govern it in his or her name; in the latter case, it roughly corresponds with the position of governor or deputy

Stewart is a popular Scottish given name and surname. The word Stewart is derived from an occupational surname. It originally belonged to a person who was a steward by profession. It is derived from a combination of two Old English words, the word stig, which means house, and the word weard, which means guard

Stewart (name)
Stewart is a Scottish surname and is also used as a masculine given name of pre-7th century Old English origin, derived from stigeweard, the genitive prefix stige meaning "sty", and the suffix weard meaning "guardian" or "warden". An alternative spelling is Stuart. The progenitor of the Stewart family was a Breton knight who settled in England after the Norman Conquest

STH can refer to:* STH , a human gene* Somatotropin hormone, now more commonly referred to as growth hormone* Subtropical High, a band of atmospheric high pressure found between 30 and 35 degrees both north and south* St Thomas' Hospital in London

Saitohin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the STH gene.-Further reading:

-Music:* The Sticks, a British band* Sticks , by Led Zeppelin* Chapman Stick, an electric musical instrument in the guitar family* Clapstick, a type of percussion mallet traditionally accompanying the didgeridoo

Stick 'Em Up
"Stick 'Em Up" was Quarashi's first single from their American debut album,Jinx. "Stick 'Em Up" was released in February 2002 to much fanfare. The music video, which was a parody of the film Snatch, was in heavy rotation on MTV2

Stick Around
Stick Around may refer to:* Song from High Voltage by AC/DC* Stick Around * Stick Around was an unsold television pilot for ABC, starring Andy Kaufman.

Stick Around (film)
Stick Around is a 1925 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.-Cast:* Bobby Ray - Paperhanger's Helper* Oliver Hardy - Paperhanger * Hazel Newman - Nurse Zenia Zane* Harry McCoy - Dr. Brown

Stick Around (TV)
Stick Around was an unsold television pilot for ABC, starring Andy Kaufman. Only one episode was ever made, airing on May 30, 1977.Kaufman portrayed Andy, a run-down servant robot in the future

Stick Out
was the sixth studio album released by the Japanese rock band The Blue Hearts. It was also the second consecutive album by the band to reach #1 on the Oricon charts.-Tracks:#"Sutegoma" #"Yume" #"Tabibito"

A sticker is a type of a piece of paper or plastic, adhesive, sticky on one side, and usually with a design on the other. They can be used for decoration, depending on the situation. They can come in many different shapes, sizes and colours and are put on things such as lunchboxes, in children's rooms, on paper, lockers, notebooks and so on

The Gasterosteidae are a family of fish including the sticklebacks. FishBase currently recognises sixteen species in the family, grouped in five genera. However several of the species have a number of recognised subspecies, and the taxonomy of the family is thought to be in need of revision

Stickleback (comics)
Stickleback is the eponymous title character of a steampunk comic series created by Ian Edginton and D'Israeli appearing in UK comics anthology 2000 AD

Stickleback (disambiguation)
Stickleback can also refer to:*Stickleback, a type of fish*Stickleback , a 2000 AD series by Ian Edginton and D'Israeli*USS Stickleback , a United States Navy submarine*Stickleback class submarine A class of British midget submarines.

Stickler is a family name which may refer to any of the following:* Alfons Maria Stickler , Austrian Roman Catholic clergyman* Richard "Dick" E. Stickler, U.S. politician

Sticks and Stones (moe. album)
Sticks and Stones is the ninth studio album by the American rock band, moe. It was released on January 22, 2008 by Fatboy Records, almost one year to the day after the release of their last studio album The Conch. It is the only moe. album to also be released on vinyl.- History :In the fall of 2007, moe

Sticks and Stones (Nursery Rhyme)
Sticks and Stones is an English language children's rhyme. It persuades the child victim of name-calling to ignore the taunt, to refrain from physical retaliation, and to remain calm and good-natured. The phrase is found at least as early as 1872, where it is presented as advice in Tappy's Chicks: and Other Links Between Nature and Human Nature, by Mrs. George Cupples

Sticky may refer to:* Adhesion* Sticky , resistant to change* Sticky , a book of gay erotic comics* Sticky Fingaz or Sticky, nickname of the US rapper and actor Kirk Jones* Sticky note, a generic term for a Post-it note or competitor

Sticky (comics)
Sticky is a book of gay erotic comics written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac. It was originally serialized in three issues by Eros Comics / Fantagraphics

Sticky bun
Sticky buns are a dessert or breakfast pastry that generally consist of rolled pieces of leavened dough — sometimes containing brown sugar or cinnamon — which are then compressed together to form a kind of flat loaf corresponding to the size of the baking pan

Sticky Fingers (restaurant)
Sticky Fingers RibHouse is a restaurant chain located in the southeastern United States specializing in Memphis Style Barbecue. It is named after the Rolling Stones album of the same name. Sticky Fingers was started by three high school friends in 1992

Sticky wicket
Sticky wicket is a metaphor used to describe a difficult circumstance; it originates from difficult circumstances in the sport of cricket.-Origins:

"STID" may represent:*Societe de Telecommunications Internationales de Djibouti*Special Task Interpreters for the Deaf*Sexually Transmitted Infectious Disease*Servicio Tecnico Informatico Domiciliario de Argentina

Stiff may refer to:*Stiff, a characteristic used to describe people in the military or someone who appears disciplined* Stiff, a colloquial term for a human corpse* Stiffness, a material's resistance to bending

Stiff (book)
Stiff is a 1994 Australian crime thriller novel, written by Shane Maloney. It is the first novel in a series of crime thrillers following the character of Murray Whelan, as he investigates crimes in the Melbourne area in the course of trying to keep his job with the Australian Labor Party.-Other media:In 2004, Stiff was adapted into a television movie by Huntaway Films and the

Stiff Upper Lip
Stiff Upper Lip is the 14th Australian and 13th international studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC; it was released in 2000. The album was recorded at The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia and mastered at Sterling Sound in New York City. The album was produced by George Young, older brother of Malcolm and Angus Young

Stiff Upper Lip (Gershwin song)
"Stiff Upper Lip" is a 1937 song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. It references the British expression 'Stiff upper lip'.It was introduced by Gracie Allen in the 1937 film A Damsel in Distress.-Notable recordings:

In bookbinding, stiffening is a process whereby paperback books are reinforced for use in libraries, without change to their fundamental binding structure