Topic Index:
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   

Superman (Alison MacCallum album)
Superman is a compilation album by Australian rock and blues singer Alison MacCallum, released in 1979. It features all her hits on RCA plus a few selections from her acclaimed debut album.-Track listing:# Superman – 2:29

Superman (animated short)
Superman is the first in the series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character Superman. Also known as The Mad Scientist, Superman was produced by Fleischer Studios and released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on September 26, 1941

Superman (film series)
The fictional character Superman, a comic book superhero featured in DC Comics publications, has appeared in various films since his inception. Ilya and Alexander Salkind and Pierre Spengler purchased the Superman film rights in 1974. After numerous scripts, Richard Donner was hired to direct the film, filming Superman and Superman II simultaneously

Superman (Gary Chaw album)
After the hit success in his first album 格格 Blue. Gary Chaw came out with his second album titled Superman which is released on 27 December 2006.-Track listing:#Superman Songwriter: 阿丹; Composer: Gary Cao

Superman (gene)
Superman is a plant gene in Arabidopsis thaliana that plays a role in controlling the boundary between stamen and carpel development in a flower. It is named for the comic book character Superman, and the related genes kryptonite and clark kent were named accordingly

Superman (Kal Kent)
Kal Kent is a fictional superhero who appears in the DC Comics, created by Grant Morrison. He is the Superman of the 853rd century. He first appeared in DC One Million #1 in 1998.-DC One Million:

Superman (Lazlo Bane song)
“Superman” is a song by the American band Lazlo Bane, from their album All the Time in the World. It was written by Lazlo Bane and Pondy Doorcan. It is most noted for being the theme song to the American TV series Scrubs

Superman (Stereophonics song)
"Superman" is a song by the Stereophonics. It is the first track on their album, Language. Sex. Violence. Other?.The song was second single from the album and was released on 20 June, 2005, peaking at #13 on the UK Singles Chart

Superman (vol. 2)
Superman was an ongoing comic book series featuring the DC Comics superhero of the same name. The second volume of the previous ongoing Superman title, the series was published from cover dates January 1987 to April 2006, and ran for 228 issues

A supermarket, a form of grocery store, is a self-service store offering a wide variety of food and household merchandise, organized into departments

Supermarket (album)
Supermarket is a studio album by the Israeli rock band, Rockfour. Released in September 2000, Supermarket is the band's first English album. The album's psychedelic tracks are sung in perfect English by the Israeli members of Rockfour

Supermini may refer to:* a European vehicle size class - supermini car* a computer size class - superminicomputer

Supernatural (BBC TV series)
Supernatural: Unseen Power of Animals is a six-part British nature documentary television miniseries that was produced by John Downer Productions and commissioned by the BBC Natural History Unit, the same team behind the earlier successful shows Supersense and Lifesense

Supernatural (pop group)
Supernatural was a pop group that consisted of the winners of the second season of the Swedish reality TV show Popstars. In Sweden the show was broadcast on Kanal5 in 2003.The band had several hits with songs like Supernatural and Rock U

Supernatural (season 1)
Season one of Supernatural, an American television series created by Eric Kripke, premiered on September 13, 2005, and concluded on May 4, 2006 after 22 episodes. It focuses on the protagonists Sam and Dean Winchester as they track down their father, John, who is on the trail of the demon who killed their mother and Sam's girlfriend

Supernatural (season 2)
Season two of Supernatural, an American paranormal drama television series created by Eric Kripke, premiered September 28, 2006, and concluded May 17, 2007, airing 22 episodes. The season focuses on protagonists Sam and Dean Winchester as they track down Azazel, the demon responsible for the deaths of their mother Mary and father John

Supernatural (season 3)
Season three of Supernatural, an American television series, began airing on October 4, 2007. This is the second season to air on the CW television network

Supernatural (Stereo MCs album)
Supernatural is a 1990 album by Stereo MCs. The album is their second release. The US release is subtitled "American Mix" and has a different track list.-Track listing:

Supernova (song)
"Supernova" is the only single from German industrial metal group Oomph! off their album Ego.-Music video:The music video directed by Norman Hafezi features Dero, Crap and Flux standing head to head with a group of archers in kendo uniform, who start to fire at them

A Supernumerary is an additional member of an organization. A supernumerary is also a non-regular member of a staff, a member of the staff or an employee who works in a public office who is not part of the manpower complement

A superpower is a state with a dominant position in the international system which has the ability to influence events and its own interests and project power on a worldwide scale to protect those interests

SuperPower is a political simulation computer game designed by GolemLabs and published by DreamCatcher Interactive. SuperPower debuted on March 28, 2002 for the PC.-Gameplay:

Supersonic speed is a rate of travel of an object that exceeds the speed of sound . For objects traveling in dry air of a temperature of 20 °C this speed is approximately 343 m/s, 1,125 ft/s, 768 mph or 1,235 km/h. Speeds greater than five times the speed of sound are often referred to as hypersonic

Supersonic (Jamiroquai song)
"Supersonic" is the third single from British funk band Jamiroquai's fourth studio album, Synkronized. The song was written by Jason Kay. The word "supersonic" is repeated a total number of 127 times throughout the song. The track was their third #1 on the U.S. Dance Chart and peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart. The single release features various remixes of the song

Super Star is an Arabic television show based on the popular British show Pop Idol created by Simon Fuller's 19 Entertainment & developed by Fremantle Media. The show unites the Arab community by democratically choosing the next singing sensation. The show is broadcast worldwide on Future TV, a Lebanese television station

A superstar is a widely acclaimed celebrity.Superstar or superstars may also refer to:-People:* Warhol Superstar, associates of Andy Warhol* WWE Superstar, the term used to refer to entertainers from the WWE

Superstar (band)
-History:The band was formed in 1991 by Joe McAlinden, a former member of The Groovy Little Numbers and the BMX Bandits, who also arranged strings for the band Teenage Fanclub. They first appeared on Creation Records in 1992 with the album Greatest Hits vol. 1, which was followed in 1994 by the Capitol Records album Superstar

Superstar (Delaney and Bonnie song)
"Superstar" is a 1969 song written by Bonnie Bramlett and Leon Russell that has been a hit for many artists in different genres and interpretations in the years since; the best known version is by the Carpenters in 1971.-Original Delaney and Bonnie version:Accounts of the song's origin vary somewhat, but it grew out of the late

Superstar (Goodies episode)
Superstar is a special episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.As always, the episode was written by members of The Goodies.-Plot:

Superstar (Jade MacRae song)
"Superstar" was the third and final single from Australian urban music star Jade MacRae from her debut album Jade MacRae.Although the song was the follow-up to the successful single "So Hot Right Now", a lack of radio support meant it failed to make much of an impact on the Australian ARIA charts"Superstar" features a rap from Sydney-based rapper 6Pound.-Track listing:CD

Superstar (Jesus Christ Superstar song)
"Superstar" is the title song from the 1970 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. It was released as a single in 1969, before the album was completed. Sung by Murray Head with the Trinidad Singers, it reached number 78 on first release. Murray Head reached number 14 in the U.S

Superstar (Lupe Fiasco song)
"Superstar" is a song performed by rapper Lupe Fiasco featuring Matthew Santos. It is the first single off his 2007 album Lupe Fiasco's The Cool. iTunes released "Superstar" on September 25, 2007 along with a radio version of "Dumb It Down."

Superstars (Ann Scott novel)
Superstars, published in France in 2000 by Flammarion and translated in several languages, is the second novel by Ann Scott. Relating the tales of the techno culture emerging in France and in Europe in the late nineties, this pop novel instantly gave its author a cult status

Superstition (1920 film)
Superstition is a 1920 short Western film directed by Edward Laemmle and featuring Hoot Gibson.-Cast:* Hoot Gibson* Charles Newton* Jim Corey* Dorothy Wood* Betty Keller

Superstition (Grey's Anatomy)
"Superstition" is the 21st episode of the second season of the ABC series, Grey's Anatomy. The episode was written by James D. Parriott and was directed by Tricia Brock. It originally aired on March 19, 2006, running for 43:04 min.-Starring:

Supervision may refer to:*Supervisor, one who oversees the work or tasks of another*Regulation, controlling behavior by rules or restrictions

A supervisor, foreperson, team leader, overseer, cell coach, facilitator, or area coordinator is a manager in a position of trust in business

Supervisor (Role Variant)
The Supervisor Guardian is one of the 16 role variants of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, a self-assessed personality questionnaire designed to help people better understand themselves. David Keirsey originally described the Supervisor role variant; however, a brief summary of the personality types described by Isabel Myers contributed to its development

Superwoman (Alicia Keys song)
"Superwoman" is a song by American R&B-soul singer–songwriter Alicia Keys from her third studio album, As I Am . Written by Keys, Linda Perry, and Steve Mostyn, the track was released as the fourth and final single from the album

Superwoman (disambiguation)
Superwoman is a fictional character.Superwoman may also refer to:*"Superwoman ", a 1972 song by Stevie Wonder*"Superwoman" , a 1988 song by Karyn White*"Superwoman Pt

Supination is a position of either the forearm or foot; in the forearm when the palm faces anteriorly, or faces up . Supination in the foot occurs when a person appears "bow-legged" with their weight supported primarily on the anterior of their feet.The hand is supine in the anatomical position

In grammar a supine is a form of verbal noun used in some languages.-In Latin:In Latin there are two supines, I and II . They are originally the accusative and dative or ablative forms of a verbal noun in the fourth declension, respectively. The first supine ends in -um. It has two uses. The first is with verbs of motion and indicates purpose

Supper is the name for the evening meal in some dialects of English - ordinarily the last meal of the day. Originally, in the Middle Ages, it referred to the lighter meal following dinner, where until the 18th century dinner was invariably eaten as the midday meal.The term is derived from the French souper, which is still used for this meal in Canadian French, Swiss French and

Supple may refer to:*Flexibility, supplenessas a surname:* John Supple, Canadian businessman* Shane Supple, Irish footballer* Tim Supple, English theatre director

Supplement may refer to:* Dietary supplement* Bodybuilding supplement* Supplement, one of a pair of supplementary angles, considered relative to the other* Supplement * A role-playing or tabletop game supplement, see expansion pack

Supplement (publishing)
A supplement is a publication that has a role secondary to that of another preceding or concurrent publication.A follow-on publication complements its predecessor, either by bringing it up-to-date , or by otherwise enhancing the predecessor's coverage of a particular topic or subject matter, as in the Tosefta

The term supplementary can refer to a number of things:* Supplementary angles* Supplementary Benefit - a former benefit, payable in the United Kingdom* Supplementary questions asked during Prime Minister's Questions

is a manga series by Mari Okazaki. It is published by Shodensha, and has been running in the magazine Feel Young since 2004. It ended its serialisation in the December 2009 issue, and a sidestory to Suppli also ran in the magazine. It has been collected in seven volumes so far, and is published in English by Tokyopop

A Supplicant, one who supplicates, is a term applied to humble petitioners, and in particular to University of Oxford students who have qualified but not yet been admitted into their degree.

Supplication is the most common form of prayer, wherein a person asks God to provide something, either for the person or who is doing the praying or for someone else on whose behalf a prayer. This because of a supplication is being made, also known as intercession.The concept of supplication is also perfectly at home in a secular context

Supplier may refer to:*Manufacturer, uses tools and labor to make things for sale*Processor , converts a product from one form to another*Packager , encloses products for distribution, storage, sale, and use

*Supply , the amount of a product which is available to customers*Supply, as in confidence and supply, the provision of funds for government expenditure

Supply-side economics
Supply-side economics is a school of macroeconomic thought that argues that economic growth can be most effectively created by lowering barriers for people to produce goods and services, such as lowering income tax and capital gains tax rates, and by allowing greater flexibility by reducing regulation

Support may refer to:* Support , architectural components that include arches, beams, columns, balconies, and stretchers* Lateral support * Life support, in medicine

In heraldry, supporters are figures usually placed on either side of the shield and depicted holding it up. These figures may be real or imaginary animals, human figures, and in rare cases plants or inanimate objects

The term suppression may refer to:* Oppression, the exercise of authority or power in a burdensome, cruel, or unjust manner, also an act or instance of oppressing

Supra is an academic and legal citation signal used when a writer desires to refer a reader to an earlier-cited authority. For example, an author wanting to refer to a source in his or her third footnote would cite: See supra note 3

Supra (disambiguation)
Supra may refer to:*Supra , an important part of Georgian social culture*Toyota Supra, a sports car/grand tourer produced from 1979 to 2002*Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association, student union organization

Supra (feast)
A Supra is a traditional Georgian feast and an important part of Georgian social culture. There are two types of Supra: a festive supra , called a Keipi, and a sombre supra , called a Kelekhi that is always held after burials.- Etymology :In Georgian, "supra" means "table-cloth"

Supremacy may refer to:* Supremacism, a philosophy that one is superior to others, so dominate, control or rule those who are not* Acts of Supremacy, 16th century laws in England concerning King Henry VIII and the church

Supreme may mean or refer to:* Supreme , a comic book superhero* Supreme , a term used in cookery* Supreme, Louisiana, a census-designated place in the United States* Supreme , a hip-hop producer* Supreme Records, a record label