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Surrendered (Bluetones song)
"Surrendered" is the third single released by The Bluetones from their fifth album, 2006's The Bluetones.-Track listing:#"Surrendered" #"Wasn’t I Right About You"

Surrendering (song)
"Surrendering" is a pop rock song written by Alanis Morissette, and produced by her for her sixth album, Under Rug Swept .The song was the last Morissette wrote for the album. According to her, it is "about the gratitude that I feel for someone tapping into the courage that it takes to allow themselves to be loved and to ... listen to [their fears] and still move through them

Surrey is a county in the South East of England and is one of the Home Counties. The county borders Greater London, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire and Berkshire. The historic county town is Guildford. Surrey County Council sits at Kingston upon Thames, although this has been part of Greater London since 1965

Surrey (1979-1984) (European Parliament constituency)
Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Surrey (1994-1999) (European Parliament constituency)
Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post for the European elections in England, Scotland and Wales

Surrey (carriage)
A surrey is a horse-drawn, four-wheeled, two-seated pleasure carriage with an open spindle seat.-Overview:The name comes from Surrey, the county in southern England where it was first built. It resembles a cabriolet but has a straight or nearly straight bottom, sometimes cut under

Surrey (UK Parliament constituency)
Surrey was a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of England then of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1832. It was represented by two Members of Parliament until 1832.

- Relationships :* Surrogate pregnancy, an arrangement for a woman to carry and give birth to a child who will be raised by others* Sex surrogate, in sexual therapy* Surrogate marriage, a custom in African culture- Economics :

Surround (Jon Bauer album)
-Track listing:# "Awaken" - 3:26# "Call to Me" - 4:27# "Surround" - 4:09# "Holy Lord" - 4:48# "Giver of Grace" - 3:49# "A Love to Die For" - 5:05

Surrounded is a box set released on June 27, 2006, featuring seven of Björk's albums in DualDisc format.

Surroundings are the area around a given physical or geographical point or place. The exact definition depends on the field. Surroundings can also be used in geography and mathematics, as well as philosophy, with the literal or metaphorically extended definition.In thermodynamics, the term is used

A surtax may be a tax levied upon a tax, or a tax levied upon income.-United Kingdom:In 1929, Supertax was renamed Sur-tax

A surtout coat is a man's frock coat, of the kind worn by cavalry officers over their uniforms in the 18th and early 19th centuries. It was occasionally worn by British soldiers during the Revolutionary War.

Suru may refer to:* Suru Valley, valley in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir* Suru River, tributary of the Indus River in India* Suru River, headwater of the Boia Mică River in Romania* Suru, Nigeria, Local Government Area in Kebbi State, Nigeria

Surveillance is the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people. It is sometimes done in a surreptitious manner

Surveillance (2008 film)
Surveillance is an independent thriller set in the Nebraska plains directed by Jennifer Lynch and starring Julia Ormond, Bill Pullman, Michael Ironside, and French Stewart. The film premiered out of competition and at a midnight slot at 2008 Cannes Film Festival

Surveillance (album)
Surveillance is the ninth studio album by Canadian hard rock band Triumph, released July 27, 1987 . The album was recorded at Metalworks Studios, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Surveillance (disambiguation)
Surveillance is the monitoring of people's actions.Surveillance may also refer to:* Computer surveillance, performing surveillance of computer activity* Disease surveillance, an epidemiological practice by which the spread of disease is monitored

Surveillance (novel)
- References :*The Guardian 20 May, 2006 "We have mutated into a surveillance society - and must share the blame" *The Guardian 30 September, 2006 "We're all spooks now" *The Telegraph 12 September, 2006 "The Insider: don't smile, you're on camera"

-Quantitative research:* Statistical survey, a method for collecting quantitative information about items in a population* Paid survey, a method that companies use to collect consumer opinions about a product by paying consumers for participating in the survey

Survival is the struggle to remain alive and living. The term may refer to:- Companies and organisations :* Survival International, a non-governmental human rights organization working for tribal peoples- Literature :

Survival of the Fittest (novel)
Survival of the Fittest is the thirteenth novel by Jonathan Kellerman and is told through the first person point of view of Kellerman's main character, Dr. Alex Delaware. LAPD Detective Milo Sturgis has asked Alex to help him with another whodunit

Survivalism (disambiguation)
Survivalism is preparation for disruptions in the social or political order.Survivalism may also refer to:*Survivalism , a belief in the survival of the conscious self after death*"Survivalism" , a song by Nine Inch Nails

Survivalism (song)
"Survivalism" is the first single by Nine Inch Nails from their 2007 album Year Zero. The song is the third track on the album

Survive is the verb form of survival, and may also refer to:*Survive *Survive , or the title song*Survive *Survive , or the title song*"Survive"

Survive (B'z album)
Survive is the ninth studio album by Japanese rock band B'z. The album sold 1,040,160 copies in its first week, lower than their last studio album, the album still managed to sell over 1,723,030 copies.- Track listing :# Deep Kiss# # Survive

Survivor (2008 video game)
Survivor was a disaster survival game based on real-life disasters, both natural and manmade, from the 20th and 21st century. Developed by Replay Studios for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows, it would have been released sometime in 2009, but has been officially cancelled.-Gameplay:Little was revealed about the gameplay, but it was said to revolve around the player surviving

Survivor (horse)
Survivor was an American Thoroughbred racehorse that was foaled in Kentucky in 1870 and is best known as the winner of the first running of the Preakness Stakes in 1873 at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. Survivor's record winning margin of 10 lengths lasted for 132 years until Smarty Jones won in 2004 by 11 lengths during his bid for the Triple Crown.-References:*

Survivor (Octavia Butler novel)
Survivor is a science fiction novel by Octavia Butler. First published in 1978 as part of Butler's "Patternist series," Survivor is the only one of Butler's early novels not to be reprinted after its initial editions

Survivor (Survivor album)
Survivor is the eponymous debut album by the American rock band Survivor, released in 1979. It is the group's only album with drummer Gary Smith and bassist Dennis Johnson. The recording sessions, overseen by A&R executive John Kalodner, were not without difficulties

Survivor (U.S. TV series)
Survivor is an American version of the Survivor reality television game show, itself derived from the Swedish television series Expedition Robinson originally created in 1997 by Charlie Parsons. The series premiered on May 31, 2000 on CBS

Survivors (2008 TV Series)
Survivors is a British science fiction television series produced by the BBC. It depicts the lives of a group of people who survived a virulent strain of heretofore unknown influenza which has wiped out most of the human race

SUS or Sus can refer to:SUS*Saybolt Universal Second, unit of viscosity*Science Undergraduate Society of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec*Scottish Universities Sport, a professional body for university sport

Susan (Japanese singer)
Susan was a pop singer who recorded in Japan in the early 1980s. She is half-French and half-Japanese. Her music is technopop in style, mainly featuring synthesisers and drum machines.

Susanna is a feminine first name. It is not very common in the USA, and is found there predominantly among the American Jewish community. It is the name of at least two women in the Bible. It is often spelled Susannah, although Susanna is the original spelling

Susanna (Handel)
Susanna is an oratorio by George Frideric Handel. The libretto, questionably attributed to Newburgh Hamilton, is based on the apocryphal 'history of Susanna'

Susanne may refer to:*Susanne , a feminine given name*Susanne , a song by Weezer, later USS SP-411, a United States Navy patrol boat in commission from 1917 to 1919*Susanne , a Danish film directed by Torben Anton Svendsen.

Susanne (given name)
Susanne is a feminine given name. It is a German and Scandinavian form of Susan. It may also be spelled Suzanne. People with the name include;* Susanne Antonetta, American poet;* Susanne Bier, Danish film producer, director and writer;

*In physics, the susceptibility of a material or substance describes its response to an applied field. There are many kinds of susceptibilities, for example:These two susceptibilities are particular examples of a linear response function;

is a Japanese food consisting of cooked vinegared rice combined with other ingredients . Neta and forms of sushi presentation vary, but the ingredient which all sushi have in common is shari

Sushi (comics)
Sushi is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe, most notably as a member of the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation.-Publication history:Sushi first appeared in The Thing vol

Sushi (disambiguation)
Sushi is primarily used to refer to a Japanese food made out of vinegared rice .It can also refer to:*Su Shi, a Chinese poet *SUSHI is also the abbreviation for the NISO Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative.

Sushi (EP)
The second EP from German Synthpop band Neuroticfish.- Track listing :#"WakeMeUp! " - 5:12#"WakeMeUp! " - 4:54#"Care " - 6:08#"Rotten " - 4:10

Susie (TV program)
Susie was an Australian morning talk and variety show, produced by WIN Television and hosted by Susie Elelman in Wollongong, New South Wales. The hour-long show premiered 25 June 2007, is broadcast on WIN Television each weekday morning at . It is also broadcast on two Nine Network affiliate stations, NWS-9 Adelaide and STW-9 Perth which are both owned by the WIN Corporation

In the parlance of criminal justice, a suspect is a known person suspected of committing a crime.Police and reporters often incorrectly use the word suspect when referring to the

Suspect (television)
Suspect is a Whodunit crime mystery program on the children's television channel CBBC. Children attempt to solve crimes committed at the fictional Kilcrammond House Hotel to gain admittance to the Academy of Criminal Investigation

Suspended: A Cryogenic Nightmare is an interactive fiction computer game written by Michael Berlyn and published by Infocom in 1983. Like most Infocom titles, it was available on most popular personal computers of the day, such as the Apple II, PC, Atari ST and Commodore 64

Suspended animation
Suspended animation is the slowing of life processes by external means without termination. Breathing, heartbeat, and other involuntary functions may still occur, but they can only be detected by artificial means. Extreme cold can be used to precipitate the slowing of an individual's functions; use of this process has led to the developing science of cryonics

Suspense is a feeling of uncertainty and anxiety about the outcome of certain actions, most often referring to an audience's perceptions in a dramatic work. Suspense is not exclusive to fiction, though. Suspense may operate in any situation where there is a lead-up to a big event or dramatic moment, with tension being a primary emotion felt as part of the situation

Suspense (1913 film)
Suspense is a 1913 silent drama film directed by Phillips Smalley and Lois Weber. The Internet Movie Database lists Lon Chaney, Sr. as appearing in the film in an uncredited role, however this is disputed

Suspense (disambiguation)
Suspense is a feeling of uncertainty and anxiety about the outcome of certain actions.Suspense may also refer to:* Suspense , a silent film* Suspense , a film featuring Walter Summers

Suspension may refer to:In science and engineering:*Suspension , in mathematics*Suspension , in mathematics*Suspension , mixture of two chemicals with the property that one does not rapidly settle out

Suspension Bridge (Gladiators)
Suspension Bridge is an event played in several incarnations of the television series Gladiators. In this event, a contender and Gladiator engage in battle on a simple suspension bridge. The object for the contender is to reach the Gladiator's platform.

Suspicion may refer to:*Suspicion , a feeling of distrust or perceived guilt for someone or something-Music:* "Suspicion" , recorded by Elvis Presley and Terry Stafford* "Suspicion" , a song by R.E.M.

Suspicion (manga)
is a manga by Osamu Tezuka, and also the name of one of his books in Kodansha's line of "Osamu Tezuka Manga Complete Works" books containing a collection of Tezuka's short stories

Suspicion (Pomus song)
"Suspicion" is a song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. It was one of 25 songs Pomus and Shuman wrote for Elvis Presley."Suspicion" featured on Presley's 1962 album Pot Luck with Elvis. The song became a hit in 1964, through an Elvis sound-alike cover version by Terry Stafford. The Stafford version of "Suspicion" peaked at No. 3 in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, and No

Suspicions (Eddie Rabbitt song)
"Suspicions" is a country music song. It was originally recorded and released as a single in 1979 by Eddie Rabbitt from his album Loveline; his version was a Number One hit on the Billboard country music charts and a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100

Sussex (French passenger ferry)
Sussex was a cross-channel passenger ferry, which was built in 1896 by William Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway . She became the focus of an international incident when she was torpedoed by a German U-Boat in 1916. Although severely damaged, she was repaired post-war and sold to Greece in 1919, being renamed Aghia Sophia

In music, sustain is a parameter of musical sound over time. As its name implies, it denotes the period of time during which the sound remains before it becomes inaudible, or silent.Additionally, sustain is the third of the four segments in an ADSR envelope

Sustain (album)
Sustain is the fifth studio album from Buck-O-Nine and was released in the United States on August 7, 2007 on Asian Man Records and in Canada on September 6, 2007 by Stomp Records.-Track listing:#I'm Not Dead#Cook Me Into The Bowl

SUSTAIN (military)
Small Unit Space Transport and Insertion or SUSTAIN is a concept first proposed in 2002 by the United States Marine Corps to deploy Marines via spaceflight to any location on Earth.

Sustainability is the capacity to endure. For humans, sustainability is the long-term maintenance of well being, which has environmental, economic, and social dimensions, and encompasses the concept of union, an interdependent relationship and mutual responsible position with all living and non living things on earth

Sustenance can refer to any means of subsistence or livelihood within a region or a country;*food*any subsistence economy: see list of subsistence techniques**hunting-gathering**animal husbandry**subsistence agriculture

Sūta refers both to the bards of Puranic stories and to a mixed caste. According to Manu Smriti the sūta caste are children of a Kshatriya father and Brahmin mother. The narrator of the several of the Puranas, Ugrasrava Sauti, son of Lomaharshana, was also called Sūta. Authorities are divided on whether the bards were members of the sūta caste

A sutler or victualer is a civilian merchant who sells provisions to an army in the field, in camp or in quarters. The sutler sold wares from the back of a wagon or a temporary tent, allowing them to travel along with an army or to remote military outposts

Sūtra is an aphorism or a collection of such aphorisms in the form of a manual. Literally it means a thread or line that holds things together and is derived from the verbal root siv-, meaning to sew , as does the medical term