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SWiZ is open source web application framework for PHP.SWiZ is rapid prototyping fr and follows the model-view-controller paradigm. Common aspects in SWiZ are modular and overridable.-External links:*

Swizzle may refer to:* Swizzle , type of movement for two people in acro dance* Swizzle , type of movement in figure skating* Swizzle , a game for PalmOS by Bapsoft

Swizzle stick
Swizzle sticks are small sticks placed in cocktails to hold fruit or stir the drink. Commonly made of plastic, the swizzle portion of the swizzle stick name originated from the Caribbean cocktail, Rum Swizzle.

Swoon may refer to:*Fainting*"Swoon" , a 2009 song by Imogen Heap from the album Ellipse*"Swoon" , a 2010 single by The Chemical Brothers*Swoon , the second album by Silversun Pickups

As a verb, swoop may mean:* Attack swiftly in a military offensive* Fly or glide downward, as in**Fixed-wing aircraft flight**Bird flight***In Australia, a bird that attacks a person to defend its nest is said to swoop the person**Bat flight

SWOP is a fusion of swing and hip hop dances, created by person unknown but possible renamed from "Hip-Hop Lindy" to "Swop" by Hinton Battle in 2006. It contains steps from hip hop, break dancing, Lindy Hop and swing air steps

Specifications for Web Offset Publications, invariably abbreviated to SWOP, is an organization and the name of a set of specifications that it produces, with the aim of improving the consistency and quality of professionally printed material in the United States, and of certain other products, programs and endorsements related to their work.The SWOP specification covers many

A sword is a bladed weapon used primarily for cutting or thrusting. The precise definition of the term varies with the historical epoch or the geographical region under consideration

Sword (band)
Sword is a Canadian heavy metal band that was active in the 1980s and just announced a reunion for 2011.-History:In the early 80's, south of Montréal in Saint Bruno, Quebec, Rick and Dan Hughes formed a heavy metal band called Sword. They were joined by guitarist Mike Plant and bassist Mike Larocque in the first lineup of the band

Sword (comics)
Sword, in comics, may refer to:* The Sword , an Image Comics series from the Luna Brothers* S.W.O.R.D. , a Marvel Comics organisation that deals with alien threats

Swordfish (soundtrack)
Swordfish: The Album is the original soundtrack of the 2001 film Swordfish. It was produced by Paul Oakenfold under Village Roadshow and Warner Bros. and distributed through London Sire Records, Inc.- Track listing :

A sword is a cutting/thrusting weapon made of metal. Sword or swords may also refer to:* Swords, County Dublin, Ireland* Suit of swords, a suit in Latin-suited playing cards and Tarot decks* SWORDS, a ground-based military robot

Swords (song)
"Swords" is a song by Leftfield, released as the third single from their album Rhythm and Stealth. It was also their last single release. The song featured vocals by Nicole Willis

Swot may refer to:* Surface Water Ocean Topography Mission , a proposed NASA mission to make the first global survey of Earth’s surface water* Swot, British slang for a studious scholar, often used derisively; by extension, slang for cramming

SWOT may refer to:* Surface Water Ocean Topography Mission, a proposed NASA mission to make the first global survey of Earth’s surface water* SWOT analysis, a strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or business venture, industry or marketing evaluation*SWOT , a Japanese media franchise

SY may refer to:* Sy, an abbreviation for security* The Office of Security , the former name of the U.S. State Department's Diplomatic Security Service* The IATA code for Sun Country Airlines* Syria, ISO 3166-1 country code

Sybarite may refer to:*Greek Sybarites, from Sybaris, an ancient Greek city in what is now southern Italy*Sybarite , the alias of New York electronic musician Xian Hawkins

Sybarite (fashion doll)
The Sybarite is a 16 inch resin artist-doll created by London artists Desmond Lingard and Charles Fegen in 2005. Sybarite dolls are fully articulated mannequin-like dolls and have appeared in several fashion trades . HauteDoll features Sybarites on the Covers of their magazines

Sybarite (musician)
Sybarite is the solo project of musician Xian Hawkins, who played with the Silver Apples for a number of years in the 1990s. Sybarite produces abstract midtempo electronica, but also contains elements of jazz and classical music

Sybil (2007 film)
Sybil is a 2007 American docudrama directed by Joseph Sargent. The teleplay by John Pielmeier is based on the 1973 book of the same name by Flora Rheta Schreiber, which fictionalized the story of Shirley Ardell Mason, who was diagnosed with multiple personality disorder

Sybil (cat)
Sybil was a cat living at 11 and 10 Downing Street. Named after Sybil Fawlty from the TV show Fawlty Towers, she was the pet of former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling.

Sybil Fawlty
Sybil Fawlty is a fictional character from the BBC sitcom Fawlty Towers. She is played by Prunella Scales. Her age is listed as 34 years old as seen on her medical chart in the 1975 episode "The Germans", thus presumably indicating that she was born in 1941

Sycamore is a name which is applied at various times and places to three very different types of trees, but with somewhat similar leaf forms.

Sycamore (disambiguation)
-Nature:*Sycamore, a name used for several types of trees**The sycamore fig**The Sycamore Maple**The sycamores of North America *Sycamore -Places in the United States:Communities

A syconium is the type of fruit borne by figs , formed of an enlarged, fleshy, hollow receptacle with multiple ovaries on the inside surface. In essence, it is really a fleshy stem with a number of flowers, so it is considered both a multiple and accessory fruit. The name comes from the Greek word sykon, meaning "fig".

Sycophancy means:# Obsequious flattery; servility.# The character or characteristic of a sycophant.Alternative phrases are often used such as:-Etymology:

Sycorax (Shakespeare)
Sycorax , an unseen character in William Shakespeare's play The Tempest , is a powerful witch and the mother of Caliban, one of the few native inhabitants of the island on which Prospero, the hero of the play, is stranded.

Sycorax (typeface)
Sycorax is a unique combination of customized typefaces and spelling used by the poet Kamau Brathwaite.-External links:* *

Syd may refer to:* A diminutive form of Sydney, a given name* Syd Barrett, the late British singer and musician, formerly of Pink Floyd* Syd Eru, a New Zealand rugby league football player

Sydney (ship)
The Sydney was an East Indiaman of 900 tons that carried a crew of 130 men. The ship had been constructed in Java and was registered in Calcutta. The Sydney sailed from Port Jackson, Australia on 12 April 1806 for Calcutta, India. On 20 May 1806, it was wrecked off the coast of New Guinea, with no crew lost. The ship had been constructed in Java and was registered in Calcutta

Sydnone is a mesoionic heterocyclic aromatic chemical compound. A sydnone imine in which the keto group of sydnone has been replaced with an imino group can be found as a substructure in the stimulant drugs feprosidnine and mesocarb.- Discovery :

A syllabary is a set of written symbols that represent syllables, which make up words. In a syllabary, there is no systematic similarity between the symbols which represent syllables with the same consonant or vowel

Syllabic may refer to:*Canadian Aboriginal syllabics, a family of abugidas used to write a number of Aboriginal Canadian languages.*Syllabary, writing system using symbols for syllables

A syllable is a unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds. For example, the word water is composed of two syllables: wa and ter. A syllable is typically made up of a syllable nucleus with optional initial and final margins .Syllables are often considered the phonological "building blocks" of words

Syllabograms are signs used to write the syllables of a word. Syllabograms in the Maya script most frequently take the form of V or CV syllables of which approximately 83 are known. CVC signs are present as well. Sylloabograms represent sounds and logograms represent words or morphemes.

A syllabus , is an outline and summary of topics to be covered in an education or training course. It is descriptive

Sylph is a mythological creature in the Western tradition. The term originates in Paracelsus, who describes sylphs as invisible beings of the air, his elementals of air

Sylph (disambiguation)
Sylph may refer to:*Sylph, a mythological creature in western tradition*La Sylphide, a ballet*The hummingbird genus Aglaiocercus which includes:**Long-tailed Sylph**Violet-tailed Sylph**Venezuelan Sylph

Sylph (magazine)
is a Japanese shōjo manga magazine published by ASCII Media Works and is sold monthly. The magazine was originally published on December 9, 2006 as a special edition version of MediaWorks' now-defunct Dengeki Comic Gao! under the title as a quarterly publication

- Forest, tree, or wood related:*Sylva, or A Discourse of Forest-Trees and the Propagation of Timber, a work by John Evelyn first published in the 17th century*Sylva Foundation, a tree and forestry charity in England

Sylvan, Silvan or Sylvian refers to an association with the woods. Specifically, that which inhabits the wood, is made of tree materials, or comprises the forest itself. The term can also refer to a person who resides in the woods or a spirit of the wood

Sylvan (TV Series)
Sylvan is an Spanish animated series were always about the character, Sylvan and his Heroic fantasy adventures. Sylvan is a swordsman hero of King Charles, who defend and protected the kingdom from all evil forces. And he is similar to Link , Robin Hood as the fox in Disney's Robin Hood, and even Lancelot

Sylvester (Middlesex cricketer)
Sylvester was an English professional cricketer who made 28 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1792 to 1799.-External sources:*

Sylvia (1965 film)
Sylvia is a drama film directed by Gordon Douglas, written by Sydney Boehm and starring George Maharis, Carroll Baker and Peter Lawford.Released by Paramount Pictures, it was filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.-Plot:

Sylvia (1985 film)
Sylvia is a 1985 New Zealand biographical film about author Sylvia Ashton-Warner. The film was directed by Michael Firth, and stars Eleanor David, Nigel Terry, and Tom Wilkinson.

Sylvia (novel)
Sylvia is a 2006 novel by Australian author, Bryce Courtenay. It follows a teenage girl, Sylvia Honeyeater, during the Children's Crusade. It explores themes of religion, womanhood, abuse and childhood.- Plot summary :

Sylviidae is a family of passerine birds that was part of an assemblage known as the Old World warblers. The family was formerly a wastebin taxon with over 400 species of bird in over 70 genera. The family was poorly defined with many characteristics shared with other families

Symbolism is the applied use of symbols. It is a representation that carries a particular meaning. It is a device in literature where an object represents an idea.A symbol is an object, action, or idea that represents something other than itself.

Sympa is an open source mailing list management software. Its name, which is an acronym for Systeme de Multi-Postage Automatique Sympa is an open source (GNU GPL) mailing list management (MLM) software. Its name, which is an acronym for Systeme de Multi-Postage Automatique Sympa is an open source (GNU GPL) mailing list management (MLM) software. Its name, which is an acronym for Systeme de Multi-Postage Automatique (i.e

The word sympathetic means different things in different contexts.* In neurology and neuroscience, the sympathetic nervous system is a part of the autonomic nervous system

Sympathique is the first full-length album from the band Pink Martini. It was released on November 11, 1997 by Pink Martini's own record label, Heinz Records

A sympatholytic drug is a medication which inhibits the postganglionic functioning of the sympathetic nervous system . They are indicated for various functions, for example they may be used as antihypertensives

Sympathy is a social affinity in which one person stands with another person, closely understanding his or her feelings. Also known as empathic concern, it is the feeling of compassion or concern for another, the wish to see them better off or happier. Although empathy and sympathy are often used interchangeably, a subtle variation in ordinary usage can be detected

Sympathy (band)
Sympathy is a technical death metal band from Canada, formed in 1991. Sympathy got some notable attention in the Benelux, Germany and Switzerland as those are the countries where their previous label Fear Dark is usually marketing its bands. The band is known for its professional musicianship

Sympathy (disambiguation)
Sympathy may refer to:*Sympathy, when a person's feelings reflect or are like those of another person*Sympathy , a Canadian technical death metal band formed in 1991*Sympathy *Sympathy

Sympathy (Goo Goo Dolls song)
"Sympathy" is a song by the Goo Goo Dolls. The song was the last single released from their album, Gutterflower. The song appeared on the soundtrack to the film A Cinderella Story. It was edited to about 2:48 for the soundtrack

Symphonic (album)
Symphonic is the title of the Falco album and live DVD containing a live performance of Falco with the Wiener Neustadt orchestra that was originally performed in 1994, it was released on February 2, 2008.

Symphonic poem
A symphonic poem or tone poem is a piece of orchestral music in a single continuous section in which the content of a poem, a story or novel, a painting, a landscape or another source is illustrated or evoked. The term was first applied by Hungarian composer Franz Liszt to his 13 works in this vein

The Symphonie satellites were the first communications satellites built by France and Germany to provide geostationary orbit injection and station-keeping during their operational lifetime

Symphonie (song)
"Symphonie" is a single released by the German band, Silbermond in 2004 -Cover versions:Soprano singer Sarah Brightman covered the song in English, with the title "Symphony" in 2008. Brightman also used it for the title of the respective album, Symphony

A symphony is an extended musical composition in Western classical music, scored almost always for orchestra. A symphony usually contains at least one movement or episode composed according to the sonata principle

Symphony (album)
Symphony is an album from the English Soprano singer Sarah Brightman, released in January 2008 . This classical crossover album is a contrast to her previous collaboration with producer Frank Peterson, 2003's Harem; using more Gothic influences instead of Eastern."Running" was the IAAF's Green Project Charity song, which Brightman performed at their 2007

Symphony (album)
Symphony is an album from the English Soprano singer Sarah Brightman, released in January 2008 . This classical crossover album is a contrast to her previous collaboration with producer Frank Peterson, 2003's Harem; using more Gothic influences instead of Eastern."Running" was the IAAF's Green Project Charity song, which Brightman performed at their 2007

Symphony (disambiguation)
A symphony is an extended piece of music for orchestra, especially one in sonata form.Symphony may also refer to:-Music:* Symphony orchestra, which specializes in the performance of post-17th-century orchestral repertoire