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Straight
Straight is a term which may commonly refer to:* The property or state of extending in one direction without turns, bends or curves; or being without influence or interruption* The personal character of displaying honesty or fairness

Straight (film)
Straight is a 2009 Indian film starring Vinay Pathak and Gul Panag in the lead roles. It is directed by Parvati Balagopalan, and produced by Idream Productions. The film is also shot in a restaurant in Leicester square, London and some parts are shot in Wembley. This movie marks the debut of a new actor named Anuj who plays a part in the love triangle

Straight (Tobias Regner album)
Straight is the debut studio album by German singer Tobias Regner, third season winner of Deutschland sucht den Superstar. It was released on 28 April, 2006 and includes the German #1 single "I Still Burn".- Track listing :Total Time: 44:13

Straight and Narrow
Straight and Narrow may refer to:*Straight and Narrow , a play by Jimmy Chinn*Straight and Narrow , an episode of the American television series The Outer Limits*The Straight and Narrow, the 1918 film starring Oliver Hardy

Straight Flush
Straight Flush was the name of a B-29 Superfortress participating in the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.

Straight Lines (song)
"Straight Lines" is a song by Silverchair. It was released in Australia on 20 March 2007, and debuted at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart. The single was shortly followed by the release of the band's fifth studio album Young Modern on 31 March 2007

Straight Up (No Bends)
Straight Up is the debut solo single by East 17 singer Brian Harvey. The single was released on 23 April 2001 and reached #26 on the UK Singles Chart.-Track listing:#Straight Up

Straightaway
Straightaway is a 26-week half-hour drama series which ran on ABC television during the 1961–1962 season –the story of two young men who operate a garage and engage in auto racing. John Ashley and Brian Kelly played race car designers Clipper Hamilton and Scott Ross, respectively. Scott designed the vehicles, and Clipper was the mechanic

Straightedge
A straightedge is a tool with an edge free from curves, or straight, used for transcribing straight lines, or checking the straightness of lines

Straightener
Straightener is a Japanese rock band. The band started out as a duo with Atsushi Horie and Shinpei Nakayama in 1998. They established an independent label named Ghost Records in 2002. Hidekazu Hinata joined the band as bassist in 2003, giving the band a heavier sound

Strain
Strain can refer to:* Strain , variants of plants, viruses or bacteria; or an inbred animal used for experimental purposes* Strain , a chemical stress of a molecule

Strait
A strait or straits is a narrow, typically navigable channel of water that connects two larger, navigable bodies of water. It most commonly refers to a channel of water that lies between two land masses, but it may also refer to a navigable channel through a body of water that is otherwise not navigable, for example because it is too shallow, or because it contains an unnavigable

Strait of Messina
The Strait of Messina is the narrow passage between the eastern tip of Sicily and the southern tip of Calabria in the south of Italy. It connects the Tyrrhenian Sea with the Ionian Sea, within the central Mediterranean

Straitjacket Fits
Straitjacket Fits formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1986 and were a prominent band in the Flying Nun label's second wave of the Dunedin Sound.-Biography:

Straitjacket Fits
Straitjacket Fits formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1986 and were a prominent band in the Flying Nun label's second wave of the Dunedin Sound.-Biography:

Straitjacket Fits
Straitjacket Fits formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1986 and were a prominent band in the Flying Nun label's second wave of the Dunedin Sound.-Biography:

Straitjacket Fits
Straitjacket Fits formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1986 and were a prominent band in the Flying Nun label's second wave of the Dunedin Sound.-Biography:

Straitjacket Fits
Straitjacket Fits formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1986 and were a prominent band in the Flying Nun label's second wave of the Dunedin Sound.-Biography:

Strake
A strake is part of the shell of the hull of a boat or ship which, in conjunction with the other strakes, keeps the sea out and the vessel afloat

Strana
Strana was a liberal-bourgeois daily newspaper published in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1906 and 1907.

Strand
A strand is a beach, a geological formation consisting of loose rock particles along the shoreline of a body of water.Strand or "the Strand" may also refer to:-Geography:British Isles

Strand (cigarette)
Strand was a brand of cigarettes produced by W.D. & H.O. Wills , launched in 1959 but withdrawn in the early 1960s. The launch was accompanied by a huge television advertising campaign, You're never alone with a Strand

Strand (district board)
Strand was a local government district within the metropolitan area of London from 1855 to 1900.Until 1889 the district was in the county of Middlesex, but included in the area of the Metropolitan Board of Works

Strand (programming language)
Strand is a high-level symbolic language for parallel computing, similar in syntax to Prolog.Artificial Intelligence Ltd were awarded the British Computer Society for Strand88.The language was created by computer scientists Ian Foster and Stephen Taylor.

Strand (UK Parliament constituency)
Strand was a parliamentary constituency in the Strand district of the City of Westminster. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.-History:

Stranded (film)
Stranded is a 1916 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.-Cast:* Oliver Hardy - Plump * Billy Ruge - Runt* Frank Hanson - Millionaire Slocum* Ray Godfrey - Slocum's daughter

Stranded (game)
Stranded is a 3D adventure game, developed by Unreal Software. The main goal of the robinson-esque game is to survive on a dangerous island and to find a way to return home. Its design and gameplay are influenced by the relatively unknown German freeware game "Schiffbruch".-History:Stranded was released in mid-2003 by Peter Schauß, the founder of Unreal Software

Stranded (Jennifer Paige song)
"Stranded" was covered in 2001 by Jennifer Paige and was released as the second single from her second studio album Positively Somewhere . This song became a massive airplay hit in some parts of Europe, most notably in Germany, where it reached top 10 positions on airplay charts

Stranded (The Outer Limits)
"Stranded" is an episode of The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 30 July 1999, during the fifth season.-Opening narration:-Plot:

Stranded (Van Morrison song)
"Stranded" is the opening track on Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison's 2005 album Magic Time. It is one of the ten original songs written by Morrison that were included on the well-received album.

Strange
Strange is a British television drama series, produced by the independent production company Big Bear Productions for the BBC, which aired on BBC One. It consists of a single one-hour pilot episode screened in March 2002, followed by a series of six one-hour episodes broadcast in the summer of 2003

Strange (comic book)
Strange is a six part American comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics under their Marvel Knights imprint.Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Samm Barnes, with artwork by Brandon Peterson, Strange is a re-imagining of Doctor Strange's origin.-Synopsis:While in Tibet, a medical student named Stephen Strange meets a sickly, apparently mute young man named Wong

Strange (comics)
Strange, in comics, may refer to:*Strange , a six-issue comic book limited series by Marvel Comics*Strange, a Marvel Comics character and one of two characters who together were known as the Strangers

Strange (surname)
Strange is a family name and may refer to:*Adam Strange, fictional DC Comics superhero*Adario Strange, editor*Baron Strange, holders of the British title of nobility*Billy Strange , American musician

Strange (Wet Wet Wet song)
"Strange" is a song by Wet Wet Wet, released as the second single from their seventh studio album, 10. It was released on June 2, 1997.Marti Pellow recorded his own version of the song for inclusion on his 2002 album Marti Pellow Sings the Hits of Wet Wet Wet & Smile.Title lyric: Strange, strange, strange things are happening to me.-Track listings:CD

Strange quark
The strange quark or s quark is the third-lightest of all quarks, a type of elementary particle. Strange quarks are found in hadrons, which are subatomic particles. Example of hadrons containing strange quarks include kaons , strange D mesons , Sigma baryons , and other strange particles

Strangelet (album)
-Track listing:#"Runaway"#"Soft Asylum "#"Fountain Of Youth"#"Hidden Hand"#"Dream In Color"#"Chain Lightning"#"Raise The Spirit"#"Same Blue Devils"#"Killing A Dead Man"#"Johnny Guitar"#"Return To Love"#"So Much"

Strangeness
In particle physics, strangeness S is a property of particles, expressed as a quantum number, for describing decay of particles in strong and electromagnetic reactions, which occur in a short period of time

Stranger (Hilary Duff song)
"Stranger" is a song by American recording artist Hilary Duff. The song was written by Duff, Kara DioGuardi, Vada Nobles, Derrick Harvin, and Julius "Logic" Diaz, and produced by Nobles, Harrvin, and Logic for Duff's fourth studio album, Dignity

Stranger (magazine)
Stranger is a bi-monthly creative lifestyle magazine based in Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom that focuses on the alternative, creative, non-metrocentric side of British culture

Stranger (video game)
-Reception:Stranger received its first review from Ace Gamez and achieved a score of 6 out of 10.

Stranger than Fiction (Bad Religion album)
Stranger than Fiction is the eighth full-length studio album by Bad Religion, released in 1994

Strangers
-Comics:* Strangers , a series published by Semic Comics in France and Image Comics in the U.S.* Strangers , a comic book series* Strangers , a pair of comic book characters-Film:

Strangers (2007 film)
Strangers is 2007 Hindi movie directed by Anand Rai and starring Jimmy Shergill, Kay Kay Menon, Nandana Sen, Sonali Kulkarni. It is an adaption of the 1951 Hitchcock movie Strangers on a Train.-Cast:*Jimmy Shergill as "Rahul"*Kay Kay Menon as "Mr

Strangers (comics)
Strangers, in comics, may refer to:*Strangers , a French comic book series*Strangers , a comic book series published by Malibu Comics

Strangers (Marvel Comics)
The Strangers, individually named Strange and Vincent Stevens, are a fictional pair of magical beings. They are both owned by Marvel Comics and both exist in that company's main shared universe, the Marvel Universe

Stranglehold (disambiguation)
A stranglehold is a grappling hold that strangles the opponent.Stranglehold may also refer to:In music:* "Stranglehold" , a single by Ted Nugent* "Stranglehold" , a single by Paul McCartney

Stranglehold (song)
"Stranglehold" is a single and the first track from Ted Nugent's self-titled 1975 album. The vocals are performed not by Nugent, but by Derek St

Strap
A strap, sometimes also called strop, is an elongated flap or ribbon, usually of fabric or leather.Thin straps are used as part of clothing or baggage, or bedding such as a sleeping bag. See for example spaghetti strap, shoulder strap

STRAP
Serine-threonine kinase receptor-associated protein is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the STRAP gene.-Interactions:STRAP has been shown to interact with Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 6, TGF beta receptor 2, Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 7, TGF beta receptor 1, Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 3 and Mothers against decapentaplegic homolog

Strap (disambiguation)
Strap may refer to:*Strap, ribbon used to fasten.*Shoulder strap, strap of a clothing over shoulder.*Currency strap, straps used to bundle banknotes*The Straps, the band.

Strappado (disambiguation)
Strappado may refer to:* Strappado, a form of torture involving a victim's arms.* Strappado bondage, a related technique used by practitioners of BDSM.

Strapper
A strapper is a British English term for a person holding a position looking after racehorses. The duties range from cleaning out the stables and yards, feeding, grooming and rugging horses, plus saddling horses for track-work and races, hence the name

Strapping (punishment)
Strapping refers to the use of a strap as an implement of corporal punishment. It is typically a broad and heavy strip of leather, often with a hard handle, the more flexible 'blade' being applied to the offender.

Strasbourg (song)
"Strasbourg" is a song by English indie rock band The Rakes and is featured on their 2005 debut album, Capture/Release. Released on September 27, 2004, it was the first single taken from the album and it charted in the UK Singles Chart at #57

Strass
-Places in Austria:* Strass im Zillertal, a municipality in Tyrol* Straß in Steiermark, a municipality in Styria* Straß im Straßertale, a municipality in Lower Austria* Straß im Attergau, a municipality in Upper Austria- People :

Strata (band)
Strata was a rock band from Campbell, California formed in 2001. They released two full-length albums with Wind-up Records, before disbanding after the departure of vocalist Eric Victorino on 19 January 2008.-History:

Strata (Strata album)
Strata is the self titled debut album by the Californian music group Strata. The album was released on July 27, 2004 via Wind-Up Records. The songs "Never There " and "The Panic" were released as singles, both having music videos. The song "Piece by Piece" was featured on the soundtrack to the 2004 movie The Punisher

Stratagem
Stratagem may refer to:* Confidence trick, an attempt to swindle a person which involves gaining his or her confidence* Ruse of war, an action taken to fool the enemy.* HMS Stratagem , an S class submarine

Strategy
Strategy, a word of military origin, refers to a plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal. In military usage strategy is distinct from tactics, which are concerned with the conduct of an engagement, while strategy is concerned with how different engagements are linked

Strategy (album)
Originally intended to be released by Elite Records and titled Strategy, The Early Tapes is the second album released, but first to be recorded, by the British group Level 42. The band subsequently signed to Polydor, who bought the masters from Elite and issued it in March 1982

Strategy (disambiguation)
A strategy is a long term plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal.Strategy may also refer to:In biology:* Evolutionarily stable strategyIn business:

Strategy (game show)
Strategy was a Canadian game show which debuted on the CBC on April 1, 1969. It was hosted by Alex Trebek and produced by Sidney M. Cohen. The show aired its final episode October 7, 1969.

Stratford (UK Parliament constituency)
Stratford has been the name of two Parliamentary constituencies in England:*Stratford West Ham , in East London*Stratford-on-Avon , in Warwickshire

Stratification
Stratification is the building up of layers. Stratified is an adjective referring to the arranging of layers, and is also the past form of the verb stratify, to separate or become separated into layers

Stratocracy
A stratocracy is a form of government headed by military chiefs; the term is derived from two Greek terms signifying army and power. It is not the same as a military dictatorship where the military's political power is not enforced or even supported by other laws

Stratum
In geology and related fields, a stratum is a layer of sedimentary rock or soil with internally consistent characteristics that distinguish it from other layers