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The Sealed Knot (reenactment) The Sealed Knot is a British historical association dedicated to costumed reenactment of battles and events surrounding the English Civil War. It takes its name from the original Sealed Knot, a secret association aimed at the restoration of the monarchy, although the modern incarnation states that it has none of the political affiliations of its namesake.
The Sealed Nectar The Sealed Nectar (Arabic: al-Raheeq Al-Makhtum) is an authoritative and popular biography of the Prophet Muhammad, written by Shaikh Saifur Rahman al-Mubarakpuri. It was awarded first prize by the Muslim World League following a world-wide competition for a book on the life of the Prophet in 1979 CE (1399 AH).
The Seamstress (A Tale of Two Cities) The Seamstress is a character in Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities. She was an unnamed twenty-year-old girl, a desperately poor peasant accused of plotting against the French Republic by Robespierre's Committee of Public Safety during the Terror of the French Revolution in 1793.
The Sean Hannity Show The Sean Hannity Show is a nationally syndicated talk radio program featuring the conservative host Sean Hannity along with a mix of listener call-in and guest segments. He is noted for his opening line to callers in which he greets them with the line "you're a great American.
The Sean-Bhean bhocht The Sean-Bhean bhocht, Irish for the "Poor old woman" (often spelt phonetically in this song as "Shan Van Vocht"), is a traditional Irish song from the period of the Irish Rebellion of 1798, and dating in particular to the lead up to a French expedition to Bantry Bay, that ultimately failed to get ashore in 1796.
The SeanSho The SeanSho started in late 1995 as a small early-week nighttime show at HMV Music on 72nd and Broadway in New York City. It was a radio style show from inside the store spotlighting new music, new artists and much of what was on sale.
The Search The Search is a 1948 film directed by Fred Zinnemann which tells the story of a young Auschwitz survivor and his mother who search for each other across postwar Europe. It stars Montgomery Clift and Aline MacMahon.
The Search (DS9 episode) "The Search" is the title of a two-part episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the first episode of the third season. It marks the first appearance of the starship USS Defiant, which plays a large role throughout the rest of the series.
The Search (novel) The Search is a novel written and published by Nobel Prize-winning author Naguib Mahfouz in 1964. It was translated from Arabic into English in 1987 by Mohamed Islam, edited by Magdi Wahba, and published by Doubleday in 1991.
The Search (TV Show) The Search is a seven part television show on Channel 4, which first aired in on January 7, 2007. The premise of the programme is that ten contestants solve a variety of clues and puzzles, with the aim in each episode of finding "The Symbol".
The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the Universe (film) The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (film) (1991) is the filmed version of the one-woman stage show, starring stand- up comedienne Lily Tomlin based on the play written by Jane Wagner. The film was directed by John Bailey and was edited by Sally Menke.
The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (film) The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (film) (1991) is the filmed version of the one-woman stage show, starring stand- up comedienne Lily Tomlin based on the play written by Jane Wagner. The film was directed by John Bailey and was edited by Sally Menke.
The Search for Splinter "The Search for Splinter" is a two-part episode (twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth) of the animated series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), which originally aired on October 25, 2003 and November 1, 2003.
The Search for the Funniest Mom in America The Search for the Funniest Mom in America, or simply Funniest Mom, is a five part reality series that features a competition between ten female comedians who compete for $50,000, the opportunity to develop her own show for Nick at Nite and host a special night of programming on the network. As of season three however the winner is no longer given the opportunity to develop their own show.
The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture (ISBN 1-59184-088-0) is a book written by John Battelle. Published in 2005 by Portfolio, it chronicles the rise of online search engines and, specifically, Google.
The Searchers (film) The Searchers is a 1956 epic Western film directed by John Ford, which tells the story of Ethan Edwards, a bitter, middle-aged loner played by John Wayne, who spends years looking for his abducted niece. The movie was adapted by Frank S.
The Seas with Nemo and Friends The Seas With Nemo And Friends (previously The Living Seas) is a pavilion in Future World at Epcot in Walt Disney World, Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The attraction is based on the theme of underwater exploration with several exhibits devoted to that theme.
The Seasiders (DVD) The Seasiders is a DVD documenting historical matches of Blackpool Football Club. The most notable inclusions are highlights from the famous 1953 FA Cup Final (subsequently dubbed "The Matthews Final"), their Anglo-Italian Cup Final victory in 1971, and their two successive visits to Wembley in 1991 and 1992.
The Seasons (poem) The Seasons (Metai) is the first Lithuanian poem written by Kristijonas Donelaitis around 1765â€“1775. It was published in KĂ¶nigsberg, 1818 by Ludwig Rhesa, who also entitled the poem and selected the arrangement of the parts.
The Seatbelts The Seatbelts (also known as SEATBELTS or ă‚·ăĽăă™ă«ă„) is a Japanese blues/jazz band led by composer and instrumentalist Yoko Kanno. The name of the band, according to the fictional description given in the Japanese anime Cowboy Bebop, derives from how the performers wear seatbelts to be safe while they play hardcore jam sessions.
The Seaxe Club Founded in 1968, The Seaxe Club is the Official Supporters Club of Middlesex County Cricket Club, whose principal aim is to support cricket and foster interest at all levels from grass roots to county level within the County of Middlesex.
The Second Angel The Second Angel is a science fiction novel by English author Philip Kerr. The title of the book comes from a bible quote, 'And the second angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man' (Revelation 16:3).
The Second City The Second City is a long-running improvisational comedy troupe based in the Old Town neighborhood of Chicago, with offshoot troupes in other cities, most notably Toronto. Due to the increasing popularity of improv, additional Second City clubs have recently opened in other cities, including Novi, MI, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York and Denver.
The Second Coming (poem) "The Second Coming" is a poem by William Butler Yeats first printed in The Dial (November 1920) and afterwards included in his 1921 verse collection Michael Robartes and the Dancer. The poem utilizes religious symbolism to illustrate Yeats' anguish over the apparent decline of Europe's ruling class, and his occult belief that Western Civilization (if not the whole world) was nearing the terminal point of a 2000-year historical cycle.
The Second Coming (TV serial) The Second Coming was a two-part British television drama screened on ITV1 in the UK in February 2003. Hailed by some as one of the most thought-provoking dramas to be screened on a mainstream British television channel for several years, it concerns the realisation of Steve Baxter (played by Christopher Eccleston) that he is in fact the Son of God, and has just a few days to find the human race's Third Testament and thus avert the Apocalypse.
The Second Coming of Steve Jobs The Second Coming of Steve Jobs is an unauthorized biography chronicling the life of Steve Jobs, a co-founder of Apple Computer by Vanity Fair magazine writer Alan Deutschman. It covers his period at NeXT, an unexpected success at Pixar and his comeback to Apple followed by the introduction of iMac.
The Second European colonization wave (19th-20th century) The Second European colonization wave is so-called because it succeeded to the First European colonization wave which started in the 15th century. The Second wave started in the second half of the 19th century with the New Imperialism period, which notably included the Scramble for Africa.
The Second Great Fire of London The night of 29 December/30 December 1940 was one of the most destructive air raids of the London Blitz, gutting or destroying many of the City's churches (including several by Sir Christopher Wren), destroying many Livery Halls and gutting the medieval Great Hall of the City's Guildhall.
The Second Hundred Years (film) The Second Hundred Years is a 1927 short comedy film starring Laurel and Hardy as convicts making an escape from prison. Their heads were shaved for their appearance in this film, and their hair had not yet grown back in their roles in Max Davidson's Call Of The Cuckoo (1927), released a week after this film.
The Second Invasion from Mars The Second Invasion from Mars (), subtitled Diary of a Sane [Person] (Russian: Đ—Đ°ĐżĐ¸ŃĐşĐ¸ Đ·Đ´Ń€Đ°Đ˛ĐľĐĽŃ‹ŃĐ»ŃŹŃ‰ĐµĐłĐľ), is a relatively short 1968 science fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky that portrays two weeks from the life of a common person in highly unusual circumstances. The novel raises the question of the balance between simple, basic needs such as food and stability, and the elevated spiritual values such as "pride of humanity", but rather than explicitly arguing either of the approaches, the novel simply shows that common person's reactions and visualizes his thoughts.
The Second Jungle Book The Second Jungle Book is a sequel to The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. First published in 1895, it features five stories about Mowgli and three unrelated stories, all but one set in India, most of which Kipling wrote while living in Vermont.
The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo is a 1998 adventure film starring Jamie Williams and Roddy McDowall. In this film, Mowgli (Williams) is pursued by a circus scout named Harrison (played by Bill Campbell) who wants to take him to the "civilized" world as a circus attraction for P.
The Second of May 1808 The Second of May 1808, also known as The Charge of the Mamelukes, is a painting by Spaniard Francisco Goya, companion to The Third of May 1808. Painted in 1814 in the space of two months, today both are displayed in Madrid's Museo del Prado.
The Second Renaissance The Second Renaissance (2003) is composed of two short anime films which form part of The Animatrix collection. They provide a background to the original Matrix films, explaining the historical events leading up to the First Man-Machine War.
The Second Shepherds' Play The Second Shepherds Play is a famous medieval mystery play from the Wakefield Cycle. It gained its odd name from the fact that in the manuscript it immediately follows another nativity play involving the shepherds.
The Second Space Race The Second Space Race refers to the current and future endeavor for space dominance among the world powers, namely the United States, China, the European Union, Russia, Japan, and India. Although these efforts do not resemble a conflict in a conventional military sense, national security, defensive capability, and technological superiority does and will continue to provide an impetus for competition, especially when considering the significant role which satellites play in command and control, weapons-targeting, and reconnaissance.
The Second Stage In her second book, The Second Stage, Betty Friedan changed her views radically. If in The Feminine Mystique she explored how women became the victims of feminine qualities which were mystified, The Second Stage talked of the double enslavement of women.
The Second Stage Turbine Blade (comic) The Second Stage Turbine Blade is a series of comic books (and potentially a single graphic novel) narrating the concept behind the lyrics of the Coheed and Cambria album of the same name. They are written by Claudio Sanchez, illustrated by Wes Abbot (currently on hiatus) and published by Evil Ink Comics, although the first issue is now out of print and the second one is rapidly becoming rare.
The Second Summer of the Sisterhood The Second Summer of the Sisterhood is a novel written in 2004 by acclaimed author Ann Brashares. The story continues the adventures of four best friends who own a magical pair of jeans that fit all of them, even though they are different sizes.
The Second Supper The Second Supper is a satirical newspaper published in La Crosse, Wisconsin by students from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and is recognized by the student government. The newspaper is published weekly from its headquarters in Downtown La Crosse, serving Western Wisconsin through the cities of La Crosse and Eau Claire, and effectively reaching over 300,000 readers.
The Secondmen Mike Watt And The Secondmen is the punk rock trio formed by former Minutemen and fIREHOSE bassist Mike Watt to perform and record his third solo album, The Secondman's Middle Stand. Formed in 2002 in Watt's hometown of San Pedro, California, the band first consisted of organist Pete Mazich and drummer Jerry Trebotic, both of whom had played with Watt in a side project, The Madonnabes, that was devoted to reinterpreting the works of Madonna; the three musicians had also previously recorded a song for a Doctors Without Borders benefit album under the name Mike Watt & Masina in 1998, with Mazich's wife Ljil on vocals.
The Secret (film) The Secret is a feature length film produced by Prime Time Productions. The film is comprised of a series of interviews and dramatizations, related to the concept of the "The Law of Attraction" and is distributed via streaming media, DVD, and has later been released as a hardcover book.
The Secret Agent The Secret Agent is a 1907 novel by Joseph Conrad, a bleak and darkly comic story of spies, terrorists, anarchists and agents provocateurs of an unnamed foreign power plotting and counter-plotting in the back streets of London in the early 20th century. It is considered one of the first modern novels dealing with terrorism and espionage.
The Secret Bench of Knowledge The Secret Bench of Knowledge (formerly Secret Bench, Lost Paradise) is a sculpture created by Canadian artist Lea Vivot and produced in multiple castings. A prominent one is located at the entrance to the Wellington Street Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa.
The Secret Book The Secret Book is a Macedonian feature film combining the detective, thriller and conspiracy fiction genres, based on "Secret Book" (French: Le Livre Secret, Macedonian: Đ˘Đ°ŃĐ˝Đ°Ń‚Đ° ĐşĐ˝Đ¸ĐłĐ°), a real mystical book written by the Bogomils with Glagolitic letters (the first Slav alphabet, made by Sts. Cyrill and Methodius).
The Secret Book of Gnomes The Secret Book of Gnomes was a series of books designed for children. They contained stories and a guide to how Gnomes lived in harmony with their environment, such as what a Gnome has in their first aid kit and how a Gnome's house is built.
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13Âľ The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13Âľ is the first book in the Adrian Mole series of comedic fiction, written by Sue Townsend. It focuses on the worries and regrets of a teenager who believes himself to be an intellectual.
The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer was a UPN half-hour sitcom shown in 1998. It was likely influenced by the British show Blackadder, and similarly features famous and revered figures of history portrayed in a lesser light.
The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs is a children's animated series, produced by Saban Entertainment, that aired from 1998 to 1999 that aired on Fox Kids when it was cancelled. It was about the SpyDogs; a secret organization comprised of canines that has dedicated itself to protecting mankind from the evils of the world.
The Secret Garden (1993 film) The Secret Garden is a 1993 American Zoetrope film adaptation of the book of the same name by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Three British children, then-unknown actors, played the key roles of Mary Lennox, Colin Craven and Dickon.
The Secret Hide-Out The Secret Hide-Out was a 1965 book, written and illustrated by children's author John Peterson, who also created The Littles. It was originally published as a hardback title by Four Winds Press, then became a long-running paperback for Scholastic Press and its book clubs, through the 1970s.
The Secret History The Secret History is Donna Tartt's debut novel. It was originally published in 1992 to great demand, a massive 75,000 book order for the first printing (as opposed to a 10,000 book order which is usual for the initial print-run of a debut novel), and went on to become a best-seller.
The Secret History of 9/11 The Secret History of 9/11 is a documentary which aired on the CBC on September 12 2006, to mark the fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Written and directed by "award-winning senior CBC Correspondent Terence McKenna" it includes interviews with a number of key people including the Chief of Counter-terrorism at the White House Richard Clarke], the head of the CIA Bin Laden Unit [[Michael Scheuer, members of the 9/11 Commission including Chairman Thomas Kean and Vice-Chairman Lee H.
The Secret History of the Mongols The Secret History of the Mongols is the first literary work of Mongolian culture. It is written for the royal Mongol family some time after Genghis Khan's death in 1227 AD, by an anonymous author, originally in the Uyghur script, though the surviving manuscripts all derive from a Chinese transliteration and translation of the 14th century, significantly after the death of Genghis Khan on his conquests and perceptions viewed by the Mongols.
The Secret King The Secret King, subtitled Karl Maria Wiligut, Himmler's Lord of the Runes, is a 2005 published book documenting the actual written works of Karl Maria Wiligut, the official leading occultist employed by Heinrich Himmler during the Third Reich, rather than the speculation.
The Secret Life of an American Wife The Secret Life of an American Wife is a comedy film written and directed by George Axelrod. The film stars Anne Jackson as Victoria Layton, a suburban housewife who is dissatisfied with her marriage and fears that her sex appeal is fading.
The Secret Life of Arabia "The Secret Life of Arabia" is a song written by David Bowie, Brian Eno and Carlos Alomar in 1977 for the album "Heroes". It was the final track on the original vinyl album, following the instrumental "NeukĂ¶ln".
The Secret Life of Evan Dando The Secret Life of Evan Dando is the title of the 1993 live album by the alternative rock band The Lemonheads. It was recorded in May 1993 at McCabes Guitar Shop, Los Angeles, CA, USA, and is claimed by some to be a bootleg, although it has also been found for sale in regular record stores.
The Secret Life of Plants Published in 1973, The Secret Life of Plants was written by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird. It is described as "A fascinating account of the physical, emotional, and spiritual relations between plants and man.
The Secret Life of Rosewood Avenue Written by Stephen Sheridan, The Secret Life of Rosewood Avenue was a comedy series first broadcast on BBC Radio Four in 1991. It starred James Grout, Margaret Courtenay and Jean Heywood and was produced by Lissa Evans.
The Secret Life of Us The Secret Life of Us was a 2001 - 2005 television drama series set in the beachside suburb of St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia. The series screened in Australia on Network Ten and on Channel 4 in the UK, initially being co-funded by the two networks (Channel 4 pulled out after the third series; the fourth series remains unaired in the UK), and produced by Southern Star.
The Secret Lives of Dentists The Secret Lives of Dentists is a 2003 drama film directed by Alan Rudolph and written (screenplay) by Craig Lucas, and is based on the novella The Age of Grief by Jane Smiley. It was screened at several film festivals including Sundance and Cannes, and had a limited release in America on August 1, 2003.
The Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty The Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty took the concept of James Thurber's popular book (and later movie) The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and parodied it with anthropomorphised dogs and cats. Waldo Kitty was a cat who was constantly bullied, along with his cat girlfriend Felecia, by the bulldog, Tyrone.
The Secret Mulroney Tapes The Secret Mulroney Tapes: Unguarded Confessions of a Prime Minister is a controversial biography of former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, by veteran writer and former Mulroney confidant Peter C. Newman.
The Secret of Bone Hill The Secret of Bone Hill (L1) is a module for the first edition of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons written by Lenard Lakofka and published by TSR in 1981. It is designed for novice and intermediate players with characters of levels 2-4.
The Secret of Cassandra The Secret of Cassandra is a Big Finish Productions audio drama featuring Lisa Bowerman as Bernice Summerfield, a character from the spin-off media based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
The Secret of Esrever In the DVD release of the Blair Witch 2, there are several secret images which are located in the movie. Clues to their location are found by playing the movie backwards and paying attention to the letters that appear at the bottom-right corner of the movie.
The Secret of Hanging Rock The Secret of Hanging Rock is a previously unpublished chapter of Joan Lindsay's 1967 book Picnic at Hanging Rock and contains the "solution" to the mystery in that book. It was originally written as the final chapter, though it was removed before publication and not released until 1987, two years after Lindsay's death.
The Secret of Mirror Bay The Secret of Mirror Bay is one of the Nancy Drew mystery novels, created by Edward Stratemeyer, founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. In common with the other Nancy Drew books, the author is credited as Carolyn Keene, a pseudonym for one of a number of possible authors.
The Secret of Monkey Island The Secret of Monkey Island (SMI) is a well known adventure game that spawned a series of famous and classic comedy adventure games, known as the Monkey Island series as well as making a name for LucasArts (then Lucasfilm Games) as a producer of adventure games, thus the largest competitor with Sierra On-Line at the time.
The Secret of Shadow Ranch (computer game) The Secret Of Shadow Ranch is the 10th computer game in the series and is based on the 5th book of the Nancy Drew series The Secret at Shadow Ranch. In this adventure, Nancy Drew has been invited to a ranch called Shadow Ranch that belongs to Bess Marvin and George Fayne's relatives.
The Secret of the Golden Flower The Secret of the Golden Flower, a Chinese book about meditation, was translated by Richard Wilhelm (also translator, in the 1920's, of the Chinese philosophical classic the I Ching). Wilhelm, a friend of Carl Jung, was German, and his translations from Chinese to German were later translated to English by Cary F.
The Secret of the League The Secret of the League is a 1907 dystopian novel by Ernest Bramah, which describes the overthrow of a democratically-elected British Labour Party Government through a carefully-prepared plot by members of the upper classes, and depicts such an overthrow as being a positive and desirable outcome.
The Secret of the Old Clock The Secret of the Old Clock is the first book in the Nancy Drew mystery series by Carolyn Keene. Nancy Drew is a young detective, about 16 years old when the series starts, and her father is a well-known lawyer in River Heights, where the Drew family lives.
The Secret of the Old Mill The Secret of the Old Mill is Volume 3 in the original Hardy Boys book series published by Grosset & Dunlap. The book ranks 86th on Publisher's Weekly's All-Time Bestselling Children's Book List with 1,467,645 copies sold as of 2001.
The Secret of the Sword The Secret of the Sword, also known as 'He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword or She-Ra Princess of Power:The Secret of the SwordUK DVD release "She-Ra Princes of Power: The Secret of the Sword", Right Enterntainment cat no 8245567, is a 1985 American animated feature film. It is based on the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe television program.
The Secret of the Unicorn The Secret of the Unicorn (Le Secret de la Licorne) is one of The Adventures of Tintin, a series of classic comic-strip albums, written and illustrated by Belgian writer and illustrator HergĂ©, featuring young reporter Tintin as a hero. The Secret of the Unicorn is the first part of one of the four multi-book stories in the Tintin series, the story continuing in Red Rackham's Treasure
The Secret of Terror Castle The first book in the "Three Investigators " series, this book finds the three boys investigating a known haunted house, Terror Castle, in hopes that perhaps Alfred Hitchcock would use it in his upcoming movie. During their investigations, they find very scary and seemingly real activities going on in the abandonded house, such as the Fog of Fear and the Blue Phantom.
The Secret People The Secret People (1935) is a science fiction novel by John Wyndham. It is set in 1964, and features a British couple who find themselves held captive by an ancient race of pygmies dwelling beneath the Sahara desert.
The Secret Pilgrim The Secret Pilgrim is the 1990 novel, told as a series of memoirs about the career of John le CarrĂ©'s George Smiley, famous only within the 'Circus'. The memoirs, narrated by Ned, a former pupil of Smiley's, are retrospective accounts of Smiley's greatest untold cases.
The Secret Policeman's Ball (1979) The Secret Policeman's Ball was the third of the benefit shows staged by the British Section of Amnesty International to raise funds for its research and campaign work in the human rights field. It was the first of many shows to bear the celebrated Secret Policeman's title that subsequently became the iconic series known informally as The Secret Policeman's Balls.
The Secret Policeman's Balls The Secret Policeman's Balls is the collective name informally used to describe a long-running series of benefit shows staged in England to raise funds for the human rights organisation Amnesty International. The shows started out in the mid-1970s primarily as comedy galas featuring popular British comedic performers and later expanded to include leading musical performers.
The Secret Policeman's Other Ball The Secret Policeman's Other Ball was the fourth of the benefit shows staged by the British Section of Amnesty International to raise funds for its research and campaign work in the human rights field. It was the second of many shows to bear the celebrated Secret Policeman's title that became the iconic series known informally as The Secret Policeman's Balls.
The Secret Seven The Secret Seven or "Secret Seven Society" are a fictional group of child detectives created by Enid Blyton, one of several such detective series written by Blyton. The Secret Seven consists of Peter (the society's leader), Janet (Peter's sister), Jack, Barbara, George, Pam, Colin, and Scamper the dog.
The Secret Sharer The Secret Sharer is a novella written by Joseph Conrad in 1909, and first published in book form in 1912, though it had appeared in Harperâ€™s before then. It contains a theme typical for Conrad; that of a solitary character challenged from external and internal agents.
The Secret Six The Secret Six (1931) is an early gangster movie starring Wallace Beery as "Slaughterhouse Scorpio," a character very loosely based on Al Capone, and featuring Lewis Stone, Johnny Mack Brown (billed as "John Mack Brown"), Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, and Ralph Bellamy. The film was written by Frances Marion and directed by George W.
The Secret to Happiness Is Love ć‘ć„›ä˝ x4 the secret to happiness is love is an album by Taiwanese singer/actress/model Vivian Hsu, released September 28, 2003 on the Avex label. The Hanzi in the title read 'WÇ’ Ă€i NÇ', which means 'I Love You'.
The Secret Vampire Soundtrack The Secret Vampire Soundtrack is the EP that launched Bis into the public eye with the song "Kandy Pop". It was released in 4 formats, 7 inch and 12 inch vinyl records, cassette tape and compact disc.
The Secret World of Alex Mack The Secret World of Alex Mack is an American television series that ran on Nickelodeon from October 8, 1994 to January 15, 1998, replacing Clarissa Explains It All on the SNICK line-up. Repeats of the series aired in 2003 on The N network, but it was soon replaced there as well.
The Secrets of Rabbi Simon ben Yohai The Secrets of Rabbi Simon ben Yohai 680ad - a 7th century Middle Eastern religious tract which records the leader of the Hagarenes, Muhammad as a Jewish Messiah engaged in a battle against the Byzantine empire .
The Secrets of Selflessness Rumuz-e-Bekhudi (Urdu: Ř±Ů…ŮŘ˛ Ř¨ŰŚŘ®ŮŘŻŰŚ; or The Secrets of Selflessness; published in Persian, 1918) was the second philosophical poetry book of Allama Iqbal, the great poet-philosopher of Indian Subcontinent. This was a sequel to his first book Asrar-e-Khudi ("the Secrets of the Self").
The Secrets of the Self Asrar-i-Khudi (Urdu: Ř§ŘłŘ±Ř§Ř± Ř®ŮŘŻŰŚ; or The Secrets of the Self; published in Persian, 1915) was the first philosophical poetry book of Allama Iqbal, the great poet-philosopher of Indian Subcontinent. This books deals mainly with the individual, while his second book Rumuz-i-Bekhudi discusses the interaction between individual and society.
The Seduction of Hillary Rodham The Seduction of Hillary Rodham is a 1996 book about Hillary Rodham Clinton written by ex-conservative and current liberal media watch dog David Brock. The book was written during the advent of Brock's turn and thus contains a somewhat confused ideological viewpoint.
The Seduction of Mimi MimĂ metallurgico ferito nell'onore (1972) is an Italian language film directed by Lina Wertmuller, starring Giancarlo Giannini and Mariangela Melato. It was released in the United States as The Seduction of Mimi, although a literal translation of the title would be "Mimi the metalworker, wounded in honor".
The Seeing Stone The Seeing Stone is a novel written by Kevin Crossley-Holland and published in hardcover in August of 2000, along with an audio tape version. This was followed by a paperback version in June of 2001, and an audio CD in July of 2003.
The Seekers The Seekers were a group of Australian folk-influenced popular musicians which was formed in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in 1962. They were the first Australian popular music group to achieve significant chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States.
The Seemingly Never-Ending Story The Seemingly Never-Ending Story is the ninth Emmy Award-winning episode of The Simpsons. It originally aired in the United States on March 12, 2006 and was the thirteenth episode of the show's seventeenth season.
The Seldom Scene The Seldom Scene is an American bluegrass band formed in 1971 in Bethesda, Maryland out of the weekly jam sessions in the basement of banjo player Ben Eldridge. These sessions included John Starling on guitar and lead vocals, Mike Auldridge on resophonic guitar and baritone vocals, and Tom Gray on bass.
The Self-Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior is a DVD produced by World Wrestling Entertainment, looking back at the career of the wrestler Ultimate Warrior. Unlike previous WWE DVD releases which generally portray their subjects in a positive light, the DVD offers a negative point of view on the Ultimate Warrior but also focuses on some positive aspects such as his charisma and ability to draw fans.