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Stiffness
Stiffness is the resistance of an elastic body to deformation by an applied force along a given degree of freedom when a set of loading points and boundary conditions are prescribed on the elastic body.-Calculations:

Stiffy (disambiguation)
Stiffy may refer to:*Graham Johncock, an Australian rules footballer with the nickname "Stiffy"*Stiffy disk, an alternative name for the 3.5 inch floppy disk*Stiffy , a short film*A slang term for the word erection

Stifle
Stifle can mean:* To suffocate* To prevent from speaking or to prevent a view being heard. See free speech, gag and gagging.A stifle is also the name for an animal's knee joint. See stifle joint.

Stigma
Stigma is a word that originally means a "sign", "point", or "branding mark". It may refer to:-As a symbolic mark:* The Mark of Cain* Stigmata, bodily marks or wounds resembling the crucifixion wounds of Jesus

Stigmata (song)
"Stigmata" is a song by industrial metal band Ministry, released as a single from their 1988 album The Land of Rape and Honey. The song was an underground hit

STIL
SCL-interrupting locus protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the STIL gene.Homozygous mutations in the STIL gene cause primary microcephaly in humans.-Further reading:

Stilb (unit)
The stilb is the CGS unit of luminance for objects that are not self-luminous. It is equal to one candela per square centimeter or 104 nits . The name was coined by the French physicist André Blondel around 1920. It comes from the Greek word stilbein meaning "to glitter".It was in common use in Europe up to World War I

Stile
A stile is a structure which provides people a passage through or over a fence or boundary via steps, ladders, or narrow gaps. Stiles are often built in rural areas or along footpaths to allow access to an adjacent field or area separated by a fence, wall or hedge

Stiletto (comics)
Stiletto is a fictional character from the Marvel Comics Universe and enemy of Luke Cage. He first appeared in Hero for Hire #16 in December 1973, and was created by Tony Isabella and Billy Graham.-Fictional character biography:

Stiletto heel
A stiletto heel is a long, thin, high heel found on some boots and shoes, usually for women. It is named after the stiletto dagger, the phrase being first recorded in the early 1930s

Still
A still is a permanent apparatus used to distill miscible or immiscible liquid mixtures by heating to selectively boil and then cooling to condense the vapor

Still (Commodores song)
"Still" is a song by the soul music group the Commodores. It reached number one in the U.S. in 1979. It was released as a single on Motown Records with "Such A Woman" as the B-side. The song appears on their hit album Midnight Magic. The song reached the top of both the pop and R&B charts. It is one of the group's most popular singles

Still (EP)
Still is the first EP by New York metalcore/hardcore band Vision of Disorder, released in 1995.-Still :This is a special edition from Spain, released in 1997 with 2 bonus tracks.-Track listing:#"Through My Eyes"

Still (Tamia song)
"Still" is a song released as the fourth single from Tamia's third studio album More. The maxi CD single includes 10 dance remixes of the title song, as well as remixes of Tamia's hot airplay singles: "Tell Me Who" and "Stranger in My House".

Still Life (1974 film)
Still Life is a 1974 Iranian film directed by Sohrab Shahid-Saless. It was entered into the 24th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear.-Cast:* Zadour Bonyadi - Mohamad Sardari* Mohammed Kani* Hibibollah Safarian

Still Life (Annie Haslam album)
Still Life is the second solo album by Renaissance vocalist Annie Haslam, recorded with Louis Clark and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in 1985.

Still Life (Talking)
Still Life is an album by Pat Metheny Group, released in 1987. This is the first group's album released by Geffen Records. It features fusion and crossover jazz, combining Brazilian jazz-influenced harmonies with jazz, folk, and pop elements

Still Life (The Twilight Zone)
"Still Life" is the first segment of the fourteenth episode from the first season from the television series The New Twilight Zone.-Synopsis:

Stillbirth
A stillbirth occurs when a fetus has died in the uterus. The Australian definition specifies that fetal death is termed a stillbirth after 20 weeks gestation or the fetus weighs more than . Once the fetus has died the mother still has contractions and remains undelivered. The term is often used in distinction to live birth or miscarriage

Stillborn
Stillborn may refer to:*stillbirth in medicine*Stillborn , from Poland*"Stillborn" , a 2003 song by Black Label Society*Stillborn , a 1993 album by Malevolent Creation

Stillborn
Stillborn may refer to:*stillbirth in medicine*Stillborn , from Poland*"Stillborn" , a 2003 song by Black Label Society*Stillborn , a 1993 album by Malevolent Creation

Stillborn (Malevolent Creation album)
Stillborn is the third full length studio album by Florida death metal band Malevolent Creation. It was released in 1993 on Roadrunner Records.- Track listing :-Personnel:* Brett Hoffmann - vocals* Jon Rubin - lead guitar

Stills (disambiguation)
The Stills are a Canadian indie rock band.Stills may also refer to:* Stills , photographs used for the advertising of a film* Stills , an album by Stephen Stills* Stills , an EP by God Help the Girl

Stilt
Stilt is a common name for several species of birds in the family Recurvirostridae, which also includes those known as avocets. They are found in brackish or saline wetlands in warm or hot climates.

Stilton
Stilton is a village in Cambridgeshire, England, and within the historic county boundary of Huntingdonshire.-Geography:Stilton lies south of the city of Peterborough. It lies on the old Great North Road, from London and was an important coaching stop in the days before motorised transport. It lies just south of Norman Cross

Stilts
Stilts are poles, posts or pillars used to allow a person or structure to stand at a distance above the ground. Walking stilts are poles equipped with steps for the feet to stand on, or straps to attach them to the legs, for the purpose of walking while elevated above a normal height

STIM
STIM, Svenska Tonsättares Internationella Musikbyrå, is the collecting society for songwriters, composers and music publishers of Sweden. Its role is to act as an agent for its members in order to collect license fees whenever their musical works are performed in public, broadcast or transmitted, and to pay out performing royalties.STIM was founded in 1923, a few years before

Stimulant
Stimulants are psychoactive drugs which induce temporary improvements in either mental or physical function or both. Examples of these kinds of effects may include enhanced alertness, wakefulness, and locomotion, among others

Stimulation
Stimulation is the action of various agents on nerves, muscles, or a sensory end organ, by which activity is evoked; especially, the nervous impulse produced by various agents on nerves, or a sensory end organ, by which the part connected with the nerve is thrown into a state of activity.The word is also often used metaphorically

Stimulus
Stimulus may refer to:*Stimulus , something external that influences an activity*Stimulus , a concept in behaviorism and perception*Input to a system in other fields*Economic stimulus:

Stimulus (psychology)
In psychology, stimuli are energy patterns which are registered by the senses. In behaviorism and related stimulus–response theories, stimuli constitute the basis for behavior, whereas in perceptual psychology they constitute the basis for perception.In the second half of the 19th century, the conception had been established by psychophysics, the "scientific study

Stine
Stine is a surname that refers to:*Brad Stine , American comedian and author*Charles Stine , American chemist at E.I. Dupont de Nemours*Clifford Stine , American cinematographer of horror films

Sting
Sting , CBE, is an English musician, singer-songwriter, activist, actor and philanthropist

STING
STING is a free Web-based suite of programs for a comprehensive analysis of the relationship between protein sequence, structure, function, and stability.STING is freely accessible at .-Sting Millennium:

Sting (fixture)
In experimental fluid mechanics, a sting is a test fixture on which models are mounted for testing, e.g., in a wind tunnel. A sting is usually a long shaft attaching to the downstream end of the model so that it does not disturb flow over the model.

Sting (musical phrase)
A sting is a short musical phrase, primarily used in television shows and films as a form of punctuation—for example at the end of a scene, or as a dramatic climax is imminent

STING (productivity)
STING is a mnemonic describing a five-point method for the execution of everyday tasks.The five components of STING are:*Select one task*Time yourself*Ignore everything else*No breaks*Give yourself a reward-Further reading:

Stingaree
The Stingaree was a neighborhood of San Diego between the boom of the 1880s and the cleanup of 1916. The reason for the neighborhood's fame was its role as the home to the city's "undesirables", including prostitutes, pimps, drug dealers and gamblers. For similar reasons of societal exclusion, it was also the site of the city's first Chinatown

Stingaree (1934 film)
Stingaree is a musical western film directed by William A. Wellman released by RKO Radio Pictures in 1934. The film was based on a story by E. W. Hornung, which was published in 1905. Set in Australia, it starred Irene Dunne as Hilda Bouverie and Richard Dix as Stingaree.- Plot :Hilda Bouverie is an impoverished Australian servant girl in the house of the wealthy Mr. and Mrs

Stingaree (serial)
Stingaree is a 1915 drama film serial directed by James W. Horne.-Cast:* True Boardman - Irving Randolph / Stingaree* Marin Sais - Ethel Porter* Paul Hurst - Howie * Thomas G. Lingham - Guy Kentish

Stinger
-Biology:* Stinger, an organ or body part found in various animals that usually delivers some kind of venom.* Stinger , a minor neurological injury suffered by athletes.-Sports and entertainment:

Stinger (arcade game)
Stinger is an arcade shoot 'em up released by Seibu Denshi on 1983. It was the first videogame released by this company. This arcade game is notable for being a horizontally scrolling shooter with a vertically oriented screen, a rather uncommon design.

Stinger (Genetix)
Stinger is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance was in Genetix #1.-Fictional character biography:

Stingy
Stingy may refer to one of the following:*A miser*The name of a fictional puppet character on LazyTown* Stingy , single by Ginuwine* Stingy , 2011 single by Jordan Knight

Stink
Stink most commonly refers to unpleasant odor.Stink may also refer to:*Stink bomb, a device to create an unpleasant smell*Flatulence, sometimes called a stink* Stink pipe, a slang term for part of a Drain-waste-vent system*Stink bug, a type of insect

Stink bomb
A stink bomb or stinkbomb is a device designed to create an unpleasant smell. They range in effectiveness from simple pranks to military grade or riot control chemical agents.The Guinness Book of Records lists two smelliest substances

Stinkweed
Stinkweed is an informal name for any noxious plant.Typically it is used in reference to*Tree of heaven *Datura stramonium *Thlaspi arvense *Cannabis indica

Stinky
-Television and movies:*Stinky, a character portrayed by comedian Joe Besser on the syndicated television sitcom The Abbott And Costello Show*Stinky, a character on the American animated television show Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Stint
A stint is one of several very small waders in the paraphyletic "Calidris" assemblage - often separated in Erolia -, which in North America are known as peeps

Stip
Stip can refer to:*Štip, the largest town in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia* STIP Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, a 4 year transportation planning document required by the Federal Highway Administration

Stipe
Stipe may refer to:* Stipe * Stipe * Stipe * Michael Stipe, lead singer of American rock band R.E.M* Gene Stipe, U.S. politician from Oklahoma

Stipend
A stipend is a form of salary, such as for an internship or apprenticeship. It is often distinct from a wage or a salary because it does not necessarily represent payment for work performed, instead it represents a payment that enables somebody to be exempt partly or wholly from waged or salaried employment in order to undertake a role that is normally unpaid A stipend is a form of salary, such as for an internship or apprenticeship. It is often distinct from a wage or a salary because it does not necessarily represent payment for work performed, instead it represents a payment that enables somebody to be exempt partly or wholly from waged or salaried employment in order to undertake a role that is normally unpaid A stipend is a form of salary, such as for an internship or apprenticeship. It is often distinct from a wage or a salary because it does not necessarily represent payment for work performed, instead it represents a payment that enables somebody to be exempt partly or wholly from waged or salaried employment in order to undertake a role that is normally unpaid (e.g

Stippling (dentistry)
The gingiva often possess a textured surface that is referred to as being stippled . Stippling only presents on the attached gingiva bound to underlying alveolar bone, not the freely moveable alveolar mucosa

Stipulation
In the law of the United States, a stipulation is an agreement made between opposing parties prior to a pending hearing or trial. For example, both parties might stipulate to certain facts, and therefore not have to argue those facts in court. After the stipulation is entered into, it is presented to the judge

Stipulative definition
A stipulative definition is a type of definition in which a new or currently-existing term is given a specific meaning for the purposes of argument or discussion in a given context. When the term already exists, this definition may, but does not necessarily, contradict the dictionary definition of the term

Stir
- Formation and major label signing :Stir was founded in 1994 as a three piece band at the University of Missouri, and consisted of lead vocalist and guitarist Andy Schmidt, bassist Kevin Gagnepain, and drummer Brad Booker

Stirred
-Plot:When a large truck carrying uranium fuel rods crashes in a remote Idaho tunnel, Bartlet's staff prepares for a potential – environmental or terrorist – crisis.

Stirrup
A stirrup is a light frame or ring that holds the foot of a rider, attached to the saddle by a strap, often called a stirrup leather. Stirrups are usually paired and are used to aid in mounting and as a support while using a riding animal

Stitch
Stitch may refer to:*Stitch , a single loop of thread or yarn in the textile arts**Blanket stitch, used to reinforce the edge of thick materials**Cable knitting is a style of knitting in which the order of stitches is permuted

Stitches (album)
-Track listing:# "Down Below" # "The Ark" # "However" # "Low Light Hour" # "Stitches" # "Up from Under" # "Astray" # "Yes, Darling" # "One by One" # "Why Don't We?" # "Brown Eyes"

Stitches (movie)
Stitches is a 1985 comedy film depicting the misadventures of three students in medical school. The film stars Parker Stevenson, Geoffrey Lewis, and Brian Tochi.