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Stoneware
Stoneware is a vitreous or semi-vitreous ceramic ware with a fine texture. Stoneware is made from clay that is then fired in a kiln, whether by an artisan to make homeware, or in an industrial kiln for mass-produced or specialty products

Stoning
Stoning, or lapidation, is a form of capital punishment whereby a group throws stones at a person until the person dies. No individual among the group can be identified as the one who kills the subject, yet everyone involved plainly bears some degree of moral culpability. This is in contrast to the case of a judicial executioner

Stooge
A stooge is a person who is under the control of another. Being called a stooge is an insult. Stooge can also sometimes be used to mean "idiot".* Stooge , a member of a comedy double act who feeds lines to the other comedian

Stooge
A stooge is a person who is under the control of another. Being called a stooge is an insult. Stooge can also sometimes be used to mean "idiot".* Stooge , a member of a comedy double act who feeds lines to the other comedian

Stool
Stool may refer to:*Stool , a type of seat without back or arm rests** A bar stool** A footstool** A Stool , an alphabetic uniliteral sign of ancient Egypt** In West Africa, a throne* A flush toilet, in some dialects

Stoop
Stoop may refer to:* Adrian Stoop , English-naturalised rugby union player* Georgie Stoop , English professional tennis player* Urban stoop, a small staircase or porch* a mild form of kyphosis

Stop
-Film:* Stop, a 1970 film by Bill Gunn* Stop, a 1972 Quebec film by Jean Beaudin* Stop!, a 2004 film starring Dia Mirza-Music:* double stop, the act of playing two notes simultaneously* organ stop, a component of a pipe organ-Albums:

Stop (Don Lanphere album)
Stop is a studio album by Don Lanphere released by Hep Records in 1983.-Track listing:#"New U.S. Moon"#"Stop"#"Body and Soul"#"A.L.C."#"I Heard You Cry Last Night"#"Avalon"#"There's No You"#"The Preacher"#"Laura"#"Still Will"-Personnel:

Stop (Franco De Vita album)
Stop is a 2004 album by Franco De Vita. The major hit single was "Tu De Que Vas", however, "Ay Dios" and "Si La Ves", a collaboration with Sin Bandera, were also released as singles

Stop (Omar Naber song)
"Stop" was the Slovene entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, sung by Omar Naber and performed in Slovenian, despite its English title and the fact that there are two different English lyrics.

Stop and Smell the Roses (song)
"Stop and Smell the Roses" is the title of a 1974 song by the American singer-songwriter Mac Davis. The song was written by Davis and the noted bandleader and trumpeter Doc Severinsen.

Stop codon
In the genetic code, a stop codon is a nucleotide triplet within messenger RNA that signals a termination of translation. Proteins are based on polypeptides, which are unique sequences of amino acids. Most codons in messenger RNA correspond to the addition of an amino acid to a growing polypeptide chain, which may ultimately become a protein

Stop press
"Stop Press" is a phrase stemming from the printed news media as an exclamation signifying the discovery of the need to change the content of an issue just before, or during its printing

Stop Sign
"Stop Sign" is the third single released from former Five member Abs Breen's debut solo album, Abstract Theory. The single found fair success, peaking at #10 in the UK and #53 in Australia

Stopcock
A stopcock is a valve used to restrict or isolate the flow of a liquid or gas through a pipe.In Great Britain a stopcock, not to be confused with a gate valve or a DiCiaccio branch, is used to prevent flow of water into a domestic water system. There are usually two stopcocks for a home

Stope
Stope may refer to:* Stope, Slovenia, a settlement in central Slovenia* Stope, an underground space produced by Stoping Stopes may also refer to:

Stopper
stopper may refer to:*Stopper , a type of a knot at the end of the rope*Stopper , also known as a cork, a plug or a bung used to temporarily seal a bottle opening

Stopwatch
A stopwatch is a handheld timepiece designed to measure the amount of time elapsed from a particular time when activated to when the piece is deactivated. A large digital version of a stopwatch designed for viewing at a distance, as in a sports stadium, is called a stopclock.The timing functions are traditionally controlled by two buttons on the case

Storage
Storage may refer to:-Storage of goods:* Warehouse, a commercial building for storage of goods* Self storage, public storage facility-Containers:* Dry cask storage, storing high-level radioactive waste* Food storage

Storage (memory)
Storage in human memory is one of three core process of memory, along with Recall and Encoding. It refers to the retention of information, which has been achieved through the encoding process, in brain for prolonged period of time until it is accessed by the recall process

Storch (surname)
Storch is a surname, and may refer to:* Eduard Štorch, a Czech writer* Gerald L. Storch, a CEO of Toys "R" Us* Hans von Storch, German climatologist* Heinrich Storch , German-Russian economist deWP

Store
Store may refer to:*a retail store*a place where things are stored, e.g. a ship's paint store*expendables released from an aircraft, such as ordnance or countermeasures*Štore, a town and a municipality in eastern Slovenia

Storey
A storey or story is any level part of a building that could be used by people

Storey (disambiguation)
Storey may refer to:* storey, a level in a building* A non-standardized unit of measurement of height of approximately 10 feet or 3 meters* Storey * Storey, California, unincorporated community in Madera County, USA

Stories (Boney M. song)
"Stories" is a 1990 single by German band Boney M. It peaked at #26 in Switzerland and #94 in the UK. The single was based on an instrumental 1989 underground favourite by Izit, which itself was a re-work of a 1972 recording by Belgian group Chakachas

Stories (Gloria Gaynor album)
Stories is the eighth album by Gloria Gaynor, released in 1980. Failing to produce any hit singles, Stories didn't fare as well as its predecessors and peaked at #178 on The Billboard 200.This album has yet to be reissued on CD.-Track listing:

Stork
Storks are large, long-legged, long-necked wading birds with long, stout bills. They belong to the family Ciconiidae. They are the only family in the biological order Ciconiiformes, which was once much larger and held a number of families.

Stork (disambiguation)
Stork can refer to:* Stork, a long-legged wading bird* Scavenger’s daughter, a torture device* Stork , a brand of margarine* Stork , a 1971 Australian comedy film* Stork B.V., a Dutch company in the aerospace and energy industries

Storm
A storm is any disturbed state of an astronomical body's atmosphere, especially affecting its surface, and strongly implying severe weather

Storm (comics)
Storm, in comics, may refer to:* Storm , a member of Marvel Comics' X-Men* Storm , a Dutch science-fiction comic series and its protagonist* Storm, a family in Marvel Comics, largely appearing in the Fantastic Four titles:

Storm (disambiguation)
A storm is a severe weather condition.Storm may also refer to:* Thunderstorm, a storm characterized by thunder, lightning and heavy rain* Hailstorm, a storm characterized by hail

Storm (ice cream)
Sold at Hungry Jack's fast food restaurants, a Storm is a flavoured ice cream dessert similar to McDonald's McFlurry ice cream. The product consists of vanilla flavoured soft serve ice cream served with either one of three flavours; Cookies & Cream , Flake or Rainbow

Storm (novel)
Storm is a novel written by George Rippey Stewart and published in 1941. The book became a best-seller and helped lead to the naming of tropical cyclones worldwide, even though the main character of the book was an extratropical cyclone.-Plot summary:

Storm (novella)
Storm is a children's book by Kevin Crossley-Holland, illustrated by Alan Marks. It won the Carnegie Medal for 1985.Published in the Banana Book series by Heinemann, this can be considered the first title for younger readers to win the Carnegie Medal

Storm (Vanessa-Mae album)
-Track listing:# "Summer Haze"# "Storm" # "Retro"# "Bach Street Prelude"# "Leyenda"# " Can, Can "# "Happy Valley"# "A Poet's Quest "

Storm Chaser (EP)
Storm Chaser is an EP recorded by synthpop duo Erasure. It was released in the UK and Germany by Mute Records on September 24, 2007 and a North American release followed on October 2.

Storm door
A storm door is a type of door that is installed in front of an exterior access door to protect it from bad weather and allow ventilation. Storm doors typically have interchangeable glass panels and window screen panels to provide visibility and prevent flying insects from entering the home.-Construction:Storm doors are typically made from wood, aluminium and plastics such as vinyl

Storm in a Teacup
Storm in a Teacup may refer to:*a variation of Tempest in a teapot, an idiom meaning a small event that has been exaggerated out of proportion*Storm in a Teacup , a 1937 British film.

Storm in a Teacup (film)
Storm in a Teacup is a 1937 British romantic comedy film starring Vivien Leigh, Rex Harrison, Cecil Parker, and Sara Allgood. It is based on the German play Sturm im Wasserglas by Bruno Frank. A reporter writes an article that embarrasses a politician

Storm Windows
Storm Windows is the seventh album by American folk singer and songwriter John Prine, released in 1980. It was his last release on a major label — he would next join Al Bunetta and Dan Einstein to form Oh Boy Records on which all his subsequent recordings were released.-Reception:Writing for Allmusic, critic Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr

Storms (album)
Storms is singer-songwriter Nanci Griffith's eighth album. In it she heads in a third musical direction, that of pop music. Griffith, whose background is primarily folk music, turned toward country music in her preceding four or five albums, and here, again, ventures into a little different style

Stormy
Stormy may refer to:* Stormy , an album by Hank Williams, Jr.* Stormy Lake, a lake in Ontario* Call It Stormy Monday , a blues song by T-Bone Walker* Stormy Daniels, porn star* Stormy Monday, a 1988 film

Story
Story or Stories may refer to:*Story, a recounting of a sequence of events* Narrative* Bedtime story, a traditional form of storytelling, told to children to prepare them for sleep* Organization story, a narrative used in organization studies

Story (magazine)
Story was a magazine founded in 1931 by journalist-editor Whit Burnett and his first wife, Martha Foley, in Vienna, Austria. Showcasing short stories by new authors, 67 copies of the debut issue were mimeographed in Vienna, and two years later, Story moved to New York City where Burnett and Foley created The Story Press in 1936.By the late 1930s, the

Storyline
Storyline may refer to:* The plot or subplot of a story;* The narrative of a work, whether of fictional or nonfictional basis;* The narrative threads experienced by different but specific characters or sets of characters that together form a plot element or subplot in the work of fiction

Storyteller
- Films and television :* Narradores de Javé , a 2003 Brazilian film by Eliane Caffé* The Storyteller , a 2009 American horror film* The Storyteller, a 1988 television series by Jim Henson

Storyteller (Crystal Waters album)
Storyteller is the second album from singer-songwriter Crystal Waters, released on May 17, 1994 by Mercury. Storyteller peaked at #199 on the Billboard 200, #73 on the U.S. Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and #8 on the Top Heatseekers chart. It was certified gold in the US

Storyteller (Raghav album)
Storyteller is the debut album from Canadian R&B singer Raghav. Combining elements of his South-Asian background with reggae and US style R&B, Raghav has defined his own style as showcased on the UK top ten hits with "Can't Get Enough", "So Confused" and "Angel Eyes".-Track listing:

Stotting
Stotting is a gait of quadrupeds, particularly gazelles , involving jumping high into the air by lifting all four feet off the ground simultaneously. This may occur during pursuit by a predator

Stour
Stour may refer to:* HMS Stour, a Royal Navy River-class destroyer purchased in 1909.* Stour-class destroyer, the sub-class of Royal Navy destroyers of which HMS Stour was the lead ship.-See also:* East Stour

Stout
Stout is a dark beer made using roasted malt or barley, hops, water and yeast. Stouts were traditionally the generic term for the strongest or stoutest porters, typically 7% or 8%, produced by a brewery.

Stout (disambiguation)
Stout is a dark beer made using roasted malts or roast barley:*Mackeson Stout, a dark sweet beer*Murphy's Irish Stout, a dry stout brewed in County CorkStout may also refer to:-Places:In the United States:* Stout, Colorado* Stout, Iowa

Stove
A stove is an enclosed heated space. The term is commonly taken to mean an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating, either to heat the space in which the stove is situated or to heat the stove itself, and items placed on it

Stove (disambiguation)
-Types of stove:* Air-tight stove* Bamboo stove* Beverage-can stove* Biomass cook stove, a fuel efficient and environmentally aware cookstove* Buddy Burner* Electric stove* Franklin stove* Gas stove* Hobo stove* Kang bed-stove

Stover
Stover is the leaves and stalks of corn , sorghum or soybean plants that are left in a field after harvest. It can be directly grazed by cattle or dried for use as fodder. It is similar to straw, the residue left after any cereal grain or grass has been harvested at maturity for its seed

Stover (disambiguation)
For leaves and stalks, see Stover"Stover" is also a family name of German origin that is common in some parts of the eastern United States. Its relationship to the origin of the agricultural term is unclear.

Stow
Stow means to store something.Stow may also refer to:-Placenames:United Kingdom:* Stow cum Quy, Cambridgeshire* Stow, Lincolnshire, also known as Stow-in-Lindsey* Stow, Scottish Borders, properly Stow of Wedale* Stow Bardolph, Norfolk

Stowage
In naval architecture, stowage is the amount of room available for stowing materials aboard a ship.

Stowaway (1936 film)
Stowaway is a 1936 American musical film directed by William A. Seiter. The screenplay by William M. Conselman, Nat Perrin, and Arthur Sheekman is based on a story by Samuel Engel. The film is about a young orphan called 'Ching Ching' who stows away on a ship and is adopted by Tommy Randall and his wife Susan

Stowaways
Stowaways are a Portuguese band from Matosinhos, formed in 2001. The band is made up of Nuno Sousa ; Pedro Gonçalves ; João Carujo, and Sérgio Seabra . Fred on keyboards and João Covita on the accordion are more recent additions.In 2002 Stowaways were the winner of the 8th edition of the Termómetro Unplugged competition

STP
- Commercial :* Straight Through Processing, banking term where a financial transaction is automatically completed without manual intervention* Segment, Target and Position, a marketing acronym

Strabismus
Strabismus is a condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other. It typically involves a lack of coordination between the extraocular muscles, which prevents bringing the gaze of each eye to the same point in space and preventing proper binocular vision, which may adversely affect depth perception.Strabismus can be either a disorder of the brain in coordinating the

Strabismus
Strabismus is a condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other. It typically involves a lack of coordination between the extraocular muscles, which prevents bringing the gaze of each eye to the same point in space and preventing proper binocular vision, which may adversely affect depth perception.Strabismus can be either a disorder of the brain in coordinating the

Strack
Strack* Erich Strack , German physician and researcher/explorer ; * Fritz Strack , German social psychologist; * Gerhard Strack Strack* Erich Strack (1897 - 1988), German physician and researcher/explorer (Forscher); (de)* Fritz Strack (b. 1950), German social psychologist; (de)* Gerhard Strack Strack* Erich Strack (1897 - 1988), German physician and researcher/explorer (Forscher); (de)* Fritz Strack (b. 1950), German social psychologist; (de)* Gerhard Strack (b

Straddle
In finance, a straddle is an investment strategy involving the purchase or sale of particular option derivatives that allows the holder to profit based on how much the price of the underlying security moves, regardless of the direction of price movement

Straddle (disambiguation)
Straddle can mean:* To stand with the feet or wheels on opposite sides of something: see Wiktionary:straddle* Straddle, a financial investment strategy* Straddle bets, a type of poker bet

Stradivarius (INDITEX)
Stradivarius is an international women clothing fashion brand from Spain, the Inditex group.-History:Stradivarius was developed in 1994 as a family owned business with an innovative concept in fashion in Barcelona, Spain

Strafe (Transformers)
Strafe the name of two fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. They are both members of the Technobots, an Autobot subgroup, who turn into aircraft.-Transformers: Generation 1:Strafe forms right arm of Computron

Strahl (disambiguation)
Strahl is a German word that means 'ray' or 'beam'. It may refer to the following:* Strahl , a part of the solar wind electron velocity distribution that forms a beam.* Strahl, a computer game.