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Stitches (Welsh band)
Stitches is the name of a Welsh Christian / Hip Hop band. It is signed to the Peski records label.-Discography:*Dirty EP 30 November 2006

STM, an abbreviation, may refer to:In technology:*Scanning tunneling microscope, a non-optical microscope*Signature tagged mutagenesis, a genetic technique to create random mutants

The stoat , also known as the ermine or short-tailed weasel, is a species of Mustelid native to Eurasia and North America, distinguished from the least weasel by its larger size and longer tail with a prominent black tip

Stochastic refers to systems whose behaviour is intrinsically non-deterministic. A stochastic process is one whose behavior is non-deterministic, in that a system's subsequent state is determined both by the process's predictable actions and by a random element. However, according to M. Kac and E

STOCK is software for fixed assets management and stock control developed in 2004. Stocktaking process is carried using a hand-held mobile terminal equipped with barcode reader or RFID technology. Every object is identified by a barcode with the unique Asset Register Number linked with the exact record in the Fixed Assets Register

The capital stock of a business entity represents the original capital paid into or invested in the business by its founders. It serves as a security for the creditors of a business since it cannot be withdrawn to the detriment of the creditors

Stock Ticker
Stock Ticker is a now out of print board game that was popular upon its release and is still played today. It was released by Copp-Clark Publishing, a venerable Canadian publisher.-Game play:

A stockade is an enclosure of palisades and tall walls made of logs placed side by side vertically with the tops sharpened to provide security.-Stockade as a security fence:

Stockade (Transformers)
Stockade is the name of two fictional characters in the various Transformers universes.-Transformers: Universe:-3H Enterprises:Although he has not appeared in any fiction or receive his own bio, he was mentioned in an unreleased bio intended to be put up on the official Transformers website for his partner Magna Stampede which describes Stockade to be somewhat cautistic and brutish

Stockholm (The Triffids album)
Stockholm is a live recording by The Triffids, released in July, 1990 and is the final official recording by the band. All the songs were recorded live in Stockholm for The Bommen Show on Swedish National Radio in 1989

A stocking, , is a close-fitting, variously elastic garment covering the foot and lower part of the leg. Stockings vary in color, design and transparency

A stockpile is a pile or storage location for bulk materials, forming part of the bulk material handling process.Stockpiles are used in many different areas, such as in a port, refinery or manufacturing facility. The stockpile is normally created by a stacker. A reclaimer is used to recover the material

Stockpile (disambiguation)
A Stockpile is a temporary storage method used in bulk material handling.Stockpile may also refer to:* A military stockpile, a staging tactic involving the grouping of resources* A soil stockpile, a method of storing topsoil during civil construction

Stockpile (military)
In military preparation, to stockpile is to move materiel, personnel, and command and control infrastructure to a suitable location in preparation for deployment, or to move such materials into the theatre of war in preparation for combat.

Stocks are devices used in the medieval and colonial American times as a form of physical punishment involving public humiliation. The stocks partially immobilized its victims and they were often exposed in a public place such as the site of a market to the scorn of those who passed by

Stocks (geology)
In geology, a stock is a discordant igneous intrusion having a surface exposure of less than , differing from batholiths only in being smaller. Most stocks are probably the cupolas of hidden batholiths. Circular or elliptical stocks may have been vents feeding former volcanoes.

Stockyard or Stockyards may refer to:*A feedlot or other gathering point for livestock, especially cattle.*Stockyards, California, former town*STOCKYARD Magazine, a Chicago-based publication.

Stod (Czech Republic)
Stod is a town in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic. It lies some south-west from the region capital of Plzeň upon the Radbuza River.Stod is also the seat of the Municipality with Extended Competence.-History:

Stoer is a crofting township in the parish of Assynt, Sutherland, in the Highlands of Scotland and in the council area of Highland. It is located about five miles north of the village of Lochinver.

STOIC was a variant of Forth.It started out at the MIT and Harvard Biomedical Engineering Centre in Boston, and was written in the mid 1970s by Jonathan Sachs

Stoichiometry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the relative quantities of reactants and products in chemical reactions. In a balanced chemical reaction, the relations among quantities of reactants and products typically form a ratio of whole numbers

-United Kingdom:*Stoke is one of the most common place names in the United Kingdom and in historical documents.Originally from the Old English 'stoc' meaning 'place', it came to be used in two special senses, i) a religious place and ii) a secondary settlement It can refer to any of the following places:*Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire**Stoke-upon-Trent,

A stoker is "one who stokes".Stoker may also refer to:* A fireplace poker* Mechanical stoker - a coal-feeding device on a steam locomotive

Stokes (surname)
-A:* Adrian Scott Stokes , English landscape painter* Alan Stokes, British professional surfer and model* Alex Stokes , English scientist and contributor to discovery of DNA* Andy Stokes, American football player

Stokke (disambiguation)
Stokke may refer to:* Stokke, a municipality in the county of Vestfold, Norway** Stokke Station, a railway station in Stokke, Norway* Lisa Stokke, a Norwegian singer and actress* Trond Stokke, a Norwegian anesthesiologist

Stokvels are clubs or syndicates serving as rotating credit unions in South Africa where members contribute fixed sums of money to a central fund on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis. Each month a different member receives the money in the fund, which was collected during that period, with no one ever defaulting on contributions

Stol, also known as Veliki Stol or Hochstuhl , is the highest peak in the Karavanke mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps with an elevation of . The border between Slovenia and Austria runs along its ridge.The first ascent was made in 1794 by Carniolan Count Franz von Hohenwart

Stolen may refer to:* "Stolen" , 2008* "Stolen" , 2006* Stolen , a 2005 stealth-based video* Stolen , a 1998 Australian play by Jane Harrison

Stolen (Jay Sean song)
"Stolen" is the second and last single from Jay Sean's debut album Me Against Myself. It was released on October 25, 2004 and debuted at #4 on the UK Singles Chart, making it his highest charting UK single until "Down." It sold over 39,000 copies in the United Kingdom

Stolen (play)
Stolen is a play by Australian playwright Jane Harrison. It is based upon the lives of five indigenous people who dealt with the issues for forceful removal by the Australian government.-Plot:

Stolen (song)
"Stolen" is the second single to be released by Dashboard Confessional off their fourth studio album Dusk and Summer. The song debuted at number 65 on the Billboard Hot 100 in April 2007, and peaked at 44

Stolen (video game)
Stolen is a stealth-based game developed by British video game company Blue 52 and published in 2005 by Hip Games for PlayStation 2, Xbox and Microsoft Windows.- Story :

Stolz is a surname shared by the following individuals:* Alban Stolz , German theologian* Alexander Stolz , German football goalkeeper

Erythrocyte band 7 integral membrane protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the STOM gene.-Further reading:

A stomacher is a decorated triangular panel that fills in the front opening of a woman's gown or bodice. The stomacher may be boned, as part of a corset, or may cover the triangular front of a corset

A stomachic medicine is one that serves to tone the stomach, improving its function and increasing appetite. While many herbal remedies claim stomachic effects, modern pharmacology does not have an equivalent term for this type of action.

Stomp may refer to:*Stomp , a downwards kick using the heel*Stomp , a percussive physical theatre troupe*Stomp Records, a record label now part of Union Label Group*Stomp Entertainment, an Australian entertainment group

is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Sin-Ichi Hiromoto. Kodansha released the two bound volumes of the manga on April 23, 2002 and August 23, 2002, respectively.The manga is licensed for an English-languague released in North America be Tokyopop

Stone (Chinese mass)
Stone is the English word for a historical Chinese unit of mass. While the character "石" is normally pronounced shí , as a unit of measure it is pronounced dàn .

Stone (comics)
Stone, in comics, may refer to:* Stone , a number of Marvel Comics characters* Stone , a title from Avalon Studios/Image Comics* STONe, a title from Tokyopop* Tyler Stone , a Marvel Comics character

Stone (film)
Stone is a 1974 Australian film produced and directed by Sandy Harbutt. It was a low budget movie, written by Sandy Harbutt and Michael Robinson.

Stone (novel)
Stone, published in 2002, is a science fiction novel by the British writer Adam Roberts.-Setting:Stone is a story about a criminal, Ae, who lives in a utopian society, the 't'T', which is spread across a region of space where the density of interstellar objects is sufficiently low that faster-than-light travel is permitted

Stone (software)
Simple Repeater 'stone is a port forwarding and firewall-breaching software, used to maintain inbound and outbound communication with different network layers and protocols.-Uses:*POP to APOP converter.*HTTP proxy server.

Stone (Surrey cricketer)
Stone refers to a noted amateur cricketer in the 18th century who was chiefly associated with Surrey. The full span of his career is uncertain but he was definitely active between 1773 and 1780

Stone Age (Rolling Stones album)
Stone Age is a compilation by The Rolling Stones released on the Decca label in 1971. It reached #4 on the U.K chart.The Stones were strongly against this release. In an ad in Record Mirror and NME on 20 March 1971 they stated, "We didn't know this record was going to be released

Stone Cold Sober
"Stone Cold Sober" is the debut single by English singer and actress, Paloma Faith. It was released on 15 June 2009 and entered the UK chart at number 17. The accompanying video was directed by the British music video director Sophie Muller.

Stone Curlew
The Stone Curlew, Eurasian Thick-knee, or Eurasian Stone-curlew Burhinus oedicnemus is a northern species of the Burhinidae bird family.

A Stonecutter is a person who carries on the trade of stonecutting or stonemasonry.Stonecutter or Stonecutters may also refer to:* Stonecutter, one of twelve magical Swords in the Books of the Swords series

Stoned may refer to:* Substance intoxication, particularly cannabis intoxication* Petrification, process of organic matter turning into stone* Stoning, a form of execution performed by throwing stones at the victim

Stoned (The Rolling Stones song)
"Stoned" was released in the UK by The Rolling Stones on the Decca label on November 1, 1963, as the B-side to their version of "I Wanna Be Your Man". Recorded in early October 1963, it was the first song released to be credited to "Nanker Phelge", and the band's first original composition. Derivative of "Green Onions" by Booker T

Stoned (TV special)
"Stoned" is a 1980 made-for-TV movie featured in the Peabody Award-winning ABC Afterschool Special series. The film, starring Scott Baio, is built around peer pressure and its resultant drug abuse. It was featured as the fourth episode in the program's ninth season.-Plot:Jack Melon is a gangling and awkward teenage freshman who doesn't fit in at his local high school

Stonehenge (game)
Stonehenge is the first anthology board game. It was released in June 2007 by Paizo Publishing under their Titanic Games imprint. Five game designers, Richard Garfield, Richard Borg, James Ernest, Bruno Faidutti, and Mike Selinker, were given the same set of game materials and each created their own game using those components.An expansion, titled Stonehenge: Nocturne

Stonehenge (novel)
Stonehenge is a novel in which noted historical novelist Bernard Cornwell imaginatively reconstructs the events of forty centuries ago, when the ancient temple and observatory in what is now called Stonehenge was ambitiously rebuilt, with stone monoliths replacing wooden poles.The main characters of the novel are Saban and Camaban, the young sons of Hengall, tribal chief of

-People:* Stoner , bass guitarist* Alyson Stoner , American actress and dancer* Andrew Stoner , Australian politician, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, and the Leader of the New South Wales National Party

Stoner (bass guitarist)
Stoner is best known as mercurial bass guitar player and vocalist with influential protopunk art rock band Doctors of Madness and later with post-punk rock band which he formed with singer/composer/guitarist T.V

The word Stonewall may refer to* a stone wall* a verb meaning "to refuse to cooperate, especially in supplying information" -Games and entertainment:* "Stonewall structure" of pawns in the chess opening theory:** Stonewall Attack

Stonewall (LYNX station)
The Stonewall station is a rail station for both the LYNX Blue Line and the historic Charlotte Trolley in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A.. The station officially opened for service on Saturday, November 24, 2007, and as part of its opening celebration fares were not collected