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Sagarmatha Zone

(सगरमाथा अञ्चल) is a zone in eastern NepalSource: Wikipedia

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Sagaro

a chestnut thoroughbred horse, bred in Ireland in 1971 by his owner Gerald Oldham, the Geneva-based financierSource: Wikipedia

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Sagaro Stakes

a Group 3 flat horse race in the United Kingdom for four-year-old and above thoroughbredsSource: Wikipedia

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Sagartians

were an ancient Iranian tribe, dwelling in the Iranian plateauSource: Wikipedia

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Sagas

Equilibrium's second full length albumSource: Wikipedia

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Sagàs

a small town and municipality located in Catalonia, in the comarca of BerguedàSource: Wikipedia

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Sagas of Conan

a 2004 omnibus collection of three previously issued fantasy books written by L. Sprague de Camp, Lin Carter and Björn Nyberg featuring Robert E. Howard's seminal sword and sorcery hero Conan the BarbarianSource: Wikipedia

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Sagas of Iceland — The History of the Vikings Volume 1

a 2005 concept album by Rebellion about the Icelandic SagasSource: Wikipedia

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Sagas of Icelanders

(Icelandic: Íslendingasögur)-many of which are also known as family sagas-are prose histories describing mostly events that took place in Iceland in the 10th and early 11th centuriesSource: Wikipedia

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Sagat

IGN ranked Sagat at number eleven in their "Top 25 Street Fighter Characters" article, noting him as one of the few characters in the original Street Fighter and adding "The shaved head, the scarred chest, and most of all the eyepatch, they come togeSource: Wikipedia

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Sagat

a rapper from Baltimore, Maryland who had a minor hit song in 1994, "Why Is It? (Funk Dat)"Source: Wikipedia

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Ságat

a Sámi newspaper written in Norwegian that is published in the county of Finnmark in Norway with a circulation of 2,717 (2007)Source: Wikipedia

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Sagat Singh

a General in the Indian army whose participation in liberation of Goa and later in Bangladesh made him a legendary figureSource: Wikipedia

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Sagato Alofi

King Sagato Alofi was the Tu'i Agaifo 1997-2002Source: Wikipedia

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Sagău River

a tributary of the Lepşa River in RomaniaSource: Wikipedia

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Sagavanirktok River

is a river in Alaska's North SlopeSource: Wikipedia

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Sagavoll folkehøgskole

Sagavoll Folk High School, is a christian folk high school in NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Sagawa Express

is a major transportation company in JapanSource: Wikipedia

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Sagawa Express Osaka S.C.

Sagawa Express Osaka Soccer Club(佐川急便大阪サッカー部) operate out of Tsurumi stadium in Osaka although they often play home games in Nagai also in one of the smaller stadiumsSource: Wikipedia

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Sagawa Express Tokyo S.C.

Sagawa Express Tokyo S.C. (soccer club) was an industrial-league football team based on Kōtō district of Tokyo metropolitan area in Japan, which was a member of Japan Football League (JFL)Source: Wikipedia

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Sagawa Printing S.C.

Sagawa Printing S.C. are a football (soccer) club based in Muko, Kyoto, JapanSource: Wikipedia

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Sagawa Shiga F.C.

Sagawa Shiga Football Club formerly Sagawa Express Soccer Club is an amateur Japanese football club, which is a member of Japan Football League (JFL)Source: Wikipedia

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Sagay

a 5th class municipality in the province of Camiguin, PhilippinesSource: Wikipedia

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Sagay City

a 2nd class city in the province of Negros Occidental, PhilippinesSource: Wikipedia

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Sagayan

a Philippine war dance performed by both the Maguindanao and Maranao depicting in dramatic fashion the steps their hero, Prince Bantugan, took upon wearing his armaments, the war he fought in and his subsequent victory afterwardsSource: Wikipedia

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Sagbama

a town situated in Bayelsa State, NigeriaSource: Wikipedia

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Sagbayan

a 5th class municipality in the province of Bohol, PhilippinesSource: Wikipedia

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Sagchudak Island

a small island in the Andreanof Islands group in the Aleutian Islands of southwestern AlaskaSource: Wikipedia

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Sagdalen Station

Sagdalen is a railway station on Hovedbanen in Skedsmo, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Sagdidae

a family of gastropods in the clade Eupulmonata (according taxonomy of the Gastropoda by Bouchet & Rocroi, 2005)Source: Wikipedia

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Sagdidoidera

Pilsbry, 1895Source: Wikipedia

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Sage

a comic book superhero, X-Men memberSource: Wikipedia

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SAGE

the USENIX Special Interest Group for Sysadmins, an international nonprofit professional association of system administratorsSource: Wikipedia

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Sage

a popular, lightweight RSS and atom feed aggregator extension for the Mozilla Firefox web browserSource: Wikipedia

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Sage

a scientific computing software application including a computer algebra systemSource: Wikipedia

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SAGE

a collaborative experiment devised by several prominent Physicists to measure the solar neutrino fluxSource: Wikipedia

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SAGE

a game engine used by Westwood Studios and Electronic Arts for real-time strategy gamesSource: Wikipedia

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Sage and Chalice

the name of a secret society at Yale UniversitySource: Wikipedia

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Sage Brocklebank

a Canadian actorSource: Wikipedia

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Sage Canyon School

established in 2000, is an K-6 elementary school located in the Carmel Valley neighborhood of San Diego, CaliforniaSource: Wikipedia

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Sage Chapel

the non-denominational chapel on the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York State and serves as the final resting place of the university's founders, Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White, and their wivesSource: Wikipedia

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Sage College of Albany

SCA for short, is located at 140 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, New York, 12208Source: Wikipedia

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SAGE Computer Technology

former name of a U.S. computer manufacturer, later named "Stride Computers"Source: Wikipedia

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Sage Date

a member of the Ronin Warriors and considered the most mature and aloof member of the teamSource: Wikipedia

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Sage Derby cheese

thumb Sage Derby, pronounced "darby", is a green veined, semi-hard cheese with a mild sage flavourSource: Wikipedia

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Sage Francis

Paul "Sage" Francis is a hip-hop artist based in Providence, Rhode IslandSource: Wikipedia

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Sage Frenchkiss

a 7" single by Sage FrancisSource: Wikipedia

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Sage Graduate School

a graduate school in upstate New YorkSource: Wikipedia

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Sage Hill School

a private independent co-educational college preparatory school for day students in grades 9-12Source: Wikipedia

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Sage Hospitality Resources

one of the leading hotel management and development companies in the United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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