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Sugar sand

Sugar sand may refer to: Sugar sand, the organic salt debris that settles to the bottom of a container of maple sap once it has reached a sugar concentration of 66-67%. Sugar sand, the local name for a type of fine sandy soil found in the Pine Ba ...

                                               

Suite (Bach)

Johann Sebastian Bach composed suites, partitas and overtures in the baroque dance suite format for solo instruments such as harpsichord, lute, violin, cello and flute, and for orchestra.

                                               

Super Hockey League

Super Hockey League, or Hockey Superleague or variation may refer to: a "superleague" ie. "elite league": Ice hockey IIHF Super Cup, mens Europe Turkish Ice Hockey Super League Ice Hockey Superleague, Britain Ice hockey league at the pro-elite ma ...

                                               

Super Spike V'Ball/Nintendo World Cup

                                               

Supermarine Sea Lion

The Supermarine Sea Lion s were a series of flying boats built for the Schneider Trophy race. Supermarine Sea Lion I, competing for the 1919 Schneider Trophy Supermarine Sea Lion II, winner of the 1922 Schneider Trophy Supermarine Sea Lion III, t ...

                                               

Supplices

                                               

Surface temperature

Surface temperature is the temperature at or near a surface. Specifically, it may refer to: Global surface temperature, the combined global average of Surface air temperature and Sea surface temperature Surface temperature of a star, often the ef ...

                                               

Surgeon general

Surgeon general is a title used in several Commonwealth countries and most NATO nations to refer either to a senior military medical officer or to a senior uniformed physician commissioned by the government and entrusted with public health respon ...

                                               

Sweet and spicy

Sweet and spicy is something that tastes sweet and that tastes spicy Sweet and spicy or variation may refer to: "Sweet and Spice", a flavor of Tabasco sauce "Sweet & Spicy", a flavor of Good Earth Tea

                                               

Swelling index

Swelling index may refer to the following material parameters that quantify volume change: Shrink–swell capacity in soil mechanics Crucible swelling index, also known as free swelling index, in coal assay Unload-reload constant κ in critical stat ...

                                               

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

The Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology are two institutes of higher education in Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich ETHZ

                                               

Symphony No. 3 in C minor

Symphony No. 3 in C minor may refer to: Witold Maliszewskis Symphony No. 3, op. 14 Richard Wuersts Symphony No. 3 1861 Frederic Hymen Cowens Symphony No. 3 Scandinavian 1880 Friedrich Gernsheims Symphony No. 3, op. 54 "Mirjam" 1888 Symphony No. 3 ...

                                               

Symphony No. 7 in A major

The following notable composers have written a Symphony No. 7 in A Major: Max Trapp Symphony No. 7, Op. 55 Ludwig van Beethovens Symphony No. 7, Op. 92 1811-2

                                               

Synod of Rome

The Synod of Rome may refer to a number of synods or councils of the Roman Catholic Church, held in Rome. Some of these synods include: Synods of Rome 731, two synods held in St. Peters Basilica under the authority of Pope Gregory III Synods of R ...

                                               

T-cell leukemia

T-cell leukemia describes several different types of lymphoid leukemia which affect T cells. Types include: T-cell prolymphocytic leukemia Large granular lymphocytic leukemia Adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma In practice, it can be hard to distingui ...

                                               

T-way

T-way is a rapid bus network in Sydney, Australia. Lines in the network include: North-West T-way, a line in the north-western suburbs of Sydney Liverpool–Parramatta T-way, a line in the western suburbs of Sydney

                                               

Tagore (name)

Tagore is the name of a prominent Bengali family of intellectuals, writers and artists, generally known as the Tagore family.

                                               

Taimanov Variation

The Taimanov Variation can refer to variations of four different chess openings, all named after Mark Taimanov: In the Sicilian Defense, 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nc6 In the Nimzo-Indian Defense, 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.e3 Nc6 In the ...

                                               

Taiwan Strait Crises

The Taiwan Strait Crises were a set of conflicts involving Republic of China and the Peoples Republic of China. The First Taiwan Strait Crisis 1954–1955 The Second Taiwan Strait Crisis 1958 The Third Taiwan Strait Crisis 1995–1996

                                               

Tambora (drum)

The tambora is a two headed drum. In many countries, and especially in the Dominican Republic, tamboras were made from salvaged rum barrels. Performers on the tambora are referred to as tamboreros. There are different types of tamboras, including ...

                                               

Tank badge

Tank badge may refer to: Panzer Assault Badge, Spanish Civil War Nazi decoration for participation in an armroured assault Panzer Badge German: Panzerkampfabzeichen, WWII Nazi decoration for participation in an armoured assault Tank Destruction B ...

                                               

Tao-Klarjeti

                                               

Tax court

Tax courts are courts of limited jurisdiction that deal with tax issues. Notable examples include: United States Tax Court, a United States federal court Uniformity and jurisdiction in U.S. federal court tax decisions List of Judges of the United ...

                                               

Team classification

The team classification is one of the different rankings for which competitors can compete in a multiple stage cycling race. It differs from the other usual rankings in the sense that it awards the effort of a whole team, rather than the performa ...

                                               

Telecommunications in the European Union

Telecommunications in the European Union may refer to telecommunications in the 28 Member States of the European Union: Telecommunications in France Telecommunications in the Netherlands Telecommunications in Spain Telecommunications in Lithuania ...

                                               

Telford Bridge

Telford bridge usually refers to a bridge whose design and construction was overseen by the late-18th/early-19th century Scottish civil engineer Thomas Telford. An list of these may be found here. Among those Telford bridges known by the name Tel ...

                                               

Ten-cent coin

A ten-cent coin or ten-cent piece is a coin minted for various decimal currencies worth 10 cents. Examples include: the ten-cent coin of the South African rand the dubbeltje, ten-cent coin of the decimal Dutch guilder Netherlands the 10 cent euro ...

                                               

Territorial possessions of the Knights Hospitaller

For the territorial possessions of the Knights Hospitaller, see: Hospitaller colonization of the Americas, for the orders modern colonial possessions Commanderies of the Order of Saint John, for the orders houses in the Middle Ages Principality o ...

                                               

Tetrathiomolybdate

Tetrathiomolybdate, also spelled tiomolibdate, is the anion of the following salts: Ammonium tetrathiomolybdate, a building block in bioinorganic chemistry Bis-choline tetrathiomolybdate, a drug for the treatment of Wilsons disease

                                               

Texaco Service Station

Texaco Service Station may refer to: Texaco Service Station Bristow, Oklahoma, NRHP-listed Texaco Station No. 1, Paragould, Arkansas, NRHP-listed Rison Texaco Service Station, Rison, Arkansas, NRHP-listed Daves Texaco, Chinook, Montana, NRHP-list ...

                                               

The Complete Short Stories of J. G. Ballard

The Complete Short Stories of J. G. Ballard is a collection of short stories by J. G. Ballard divided into two volumes: The Complete Short Stories of J. G. Ballard: Volume 2 The Complete Short Stories of J. G. Ballard: Volume 1

                                               

The Feast of Herod

The Feast of Herod refers to the episode in the Gospels following the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, when Salome presents his head to her parents. The account in the Book of Mark describes Herod holding a banquet for his high officials and mi ...

                                               

The Final Fight

The Final Fight or variant may refer to: Final Fight series of beatem up video games from Capcom Ip Man: The Final Fight 2013 film, Hong Kong biopic about Ip Man Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight 1990 video game, NES sidescrolling beatem up Fi ...

                                               

The Jose Berreyesa families of California

Jose Berreyesa, Jose Berreyesa, Jose Berryessa, Jose Berryessa, Jose Berrelleza, or Jose Berrelleza can refer to any one of several Basque-descended settlers of Spanish Las Californias, Mexican Alta California, and the U.S. state of California: J ...

                                               

The Lost World: Jurassic Park (video game)

The 1997 film, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and the closely related Michael Crichton novel of the same name provided material for a number of video games. These include: Chaos Island: The Lost World Jurassic Park - A PC video game released in 1 ...

                                               

The Sunset Trail

The Sunset Trail is the name of several films. The Sunset Trail 1924 film, an American silent western Sunset Trail, an American western from 1939 The Sunset Trail 1932 film, an American western The Sunset Trail 1917 film, an American silent drama

                                               

There but for Fortune

There but for Fortune may refer to: There but for Fortune album, a 1989 Phil Ochs album Phil Ochs: There but for Fortune, a 2011 documentary film "There but for Fortune" song, a 1964 song written by Phil Ochs

                                               

Thoracic arteries

                                               

Thymic cancer

                                               

Tibial condyle

                                               

Tight junction protein

Tight junction protein are proteins that are involved in the formation and functioning of tight junctions; "Tight junction protein" may refer to: TJP2, Tight junction protein 2 ZO-2 TJP3, Tight junction protein 3 ZO-3 TJP1, Tight junction protein ...

                                               

Timeline of music in the United States

This is a timeline of music in the United States. It is divided into several parts. 1880–1919 1950–1969 To 1819 1850–1879 1920–1949 1970–present 1820–1849

                                               

Timeline of the Barack Obama presidency

Barack Obama, a Democrat from Illinois, was elected President of the United States on November 4, 2008 and was inaugurated as the nations 44th president on January 20, 2009. Re-elected on November 6, 2012, his second inauguration was on January 2 ...

                                               

Timeline of the Bill Clinton presidency

Bill Clinton, a Democrat from Arkansas, was elected President of the United States on November 3, 1992 and was inaugurated as the nations 42nd president on January 20, 1993. Re-elected on November 5, 1996, his second inauguration was on January 2 ...

                                               

Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency

Donald Trump was elected President of the United States on November 8, 2016 and was inaugurated on January 20, 2017 as the nation’s 45th and current president. The following articles cover the timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump: 2017 Time ...

                                               

Timeline of the George H. W. Bush presidency

George H. W. Bush, a Republican from Texas, was elected President of the United States on November 8, 1988 and was inaugurated as the nations 41st president on January 20, 1989, and ended on January 20, 1993. The following articles cover the time ...

                                               

Timeline of the George W. Bush presidency

George W. Bush, a Republican from Texas, was elected President of the United States on November 7, 2000 and was inaugurated as the nations 43rd president on January 20, 2001. Re-elected on November 2, 2004, his second inauguration was on January ...

                                               

Timeline of the Gerald Ford presidency

Gerald Ford, a Republican from Michigan, was inaugurated as the nations 38th president on August 9, 1974, upon the resignation of Richard Nixon, and ended on January 20, 1977. The following articles cover the timeline of Fords presidency: Timelin ...

                                               

Timeline of the Jimmy Carter presidency

Jimmy Carter, a Democrat from Georgia, was elected President of the United States on November 2, 1976 and was inaugurated as the nations 39th president on January 20, 1977, and ended on January 20, 1981. The following articles cover the timeline ...

                                               

Timeline of the John F. Kennedy presidency

John F. Kennedy, a Democrat from Massachusetts, was elected President of the United States on November 8, 1960, was inaugurated as the nations 35th president on January 20, 1961, and his presidency ended on November 22, 1963, upon his assassinati ...

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