Sam, SAM or SAm may refer to: Contents 1 Surnames, 2 Animals, 3 In business 3.1 Businesses and organisations, 3.2 Business terminology, , 4 In arts and entertainment 4.1 Fictional characters, 4.2 Film and television, 4.3 Music, 4.4 Other uses in arts and entertainment, , 5 People, 6 Places, 7 In science and technology 7.1 Biology, chemistry and medicine, 7.2 Physics and astronomy, 7.3 Software and computing, 7.4 Other uses in science and technology, , 8 Other uses, 9 See also, Surnames: Cen (surname) (岑), romanized "Sam" in Cantonese, Shen (surname) (沈), often romanized "Sam" in Cantonese, Animals: Sam (army dog) (died 2000), former army dog that was awarded the Dickin Medal, Sam (koala) (died 2009), koala rescued after the 2009 bush fires in Victoria, Australia, Sam (orangutan), an orangutan that starred in the movie Dunston Checks In, Sam (ugly dog) (1990-2005), dog voted the world's ugliest dog in 2003, 2004, and 2005, Unsinkable Sam, a cat who survived the sinkings of three military ships during World War Two, In business: Businesses and organisations: SAM (vehicles), a Greek truck manufacturer, SAM Records, an American disco/post-disco record company, Boston Beer Company (stock ticker SAM), the brewers of Samuel Adams beer, Seattle Art Museum, Sigma Alpha Mu, a fraternity founded at the City College of New York, S.A.M.: Simply About Music, a satellite-driven radio network, Sociedad Aeronáutica de Medellín, a Colombian airline, Society of American Magicians, South Australian Museum, a natural history museum and research institution in Adelaide, South Australia, founded in 1856, Sustainable Asset Management, an investment company, Business terminology: Serviceable available market, those customers that can actually be reached, out of the total addressable market, Shared appreciation mortgage, Social accounting matrix, a matrix representation of the national accounts, System for Award Management (SAM), U.S. Government supplier database that replaced the CCR on July 30, 2012, In arts and entertainment: Fictional characters: Samantha Carter, a fictional character in the TV show "Stargate SG-1", Sam (Trick 'r Treat), the main character in the horror movie Trick 'r Treat, Sam Puckett (iCarly), a fictional character in the TV show iCarly, Sam Puckett (Sam & Cat), a fictional character in the TV show Sam & Cat, Fireman Sam, a Welsh animated children's television series, Sam Eagle, a character from The Muppet Show, Yosemite Sam, a Looney Tunes character, Samwise Gamgee, a fictional character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, Uncle Sam, a personification of the United States government, Samwell Tarly, a fictional character in George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire", Sam, onion farmer in the novel Holes and its film adaption, Sam, of the American comic character duo Sam & Max, Sam-I-Am, a character in the Dr. Seuss book Green Eggs and Ham, Film and television: Sam (1967 film), a 1976 film directed by Larry Buchanan, Sam (1973 TV series), a 1973 British television drama series, Sam (1978 TV series), an American crime drama television series, Sam (1986 film), a 1986 documentary film, Music: "Sam" (Olivia Newton-John song), 1977, Sam (Osvajači album), 1995, Sam (Škabo album), 2003, Other uses in arts and entertainment: S.A.M., a French comic book created by Richard Marazano and Shang Xiao, San Andreas Multiplayer, a feature of the game GTA: San Andreas, People: Sām, a Persian folk hero, whose name means "very dark", Sam (Book of Mormon), the third son of Lehi and elder brother to the prophet Nephi, Michael Sam (born 1990), American football player, Eliza Sam or Cen Lixiang (born 1984), Chinese-Canadian actress, Places: American Samoa, IOC and FIFA country code, Sam, Benin, Sam, Burkina Faso (disambiguation), several towns in Burkina Faso, Sam, Iran, Sam, Teton County, Idaho, a populated place located in Idaho, Salamo Airport in Papua New Guinea, IATA airport code SAM, In science and technology: Biology, chemistry and medicine: S-Adenosyl methionine, a common co-substrate involved in methyl group transfers, SAMtools (for Sequence Alignment Map), a data storage format for DNA sequencing, Self-assembled monolayer, an organised layer of amphiphilic molecules, Shoot apical meristem, a tissue in plant cells, Significance analysis of microarrays, a permutation-based method to estimate the false discovery rate in microarray analysis, Spore photoproduct lyase, an enzyme, Sustained Acoustic Medicine, a medical procedure to reduce chronic pain and accelerate healing, Physics and astronomy: Southern Annular Mode, a mode of atmospheric variability of the southern hemisphere, Swinging Atwood's machine, a mechanism that resembles a simple Atwood's machine, SAm, in astrophysics, the de Vaucouleurs code for an unbarred one-armed Magellanic spiral galaxy, Software and computing: Microsoft Sam, the default voice for the screen reader program in Windows 2000 and Windows XP, Sam (text editor), a text editor by Rob Pike, SAM Broadcaster, an Internet radio broadcasting application, SAM Coupé, an 8-bit British home computer, Sequential access memory, a class of storage devices that are read sequentially, Simulation for Automatic Machinery, two minicomputers, SlideME Application Manager, the native Android Application for the SlideME alternative Android application market, Software asset management, Software Automatic Mouth, a computer program for speech synthesis, Synchronous Address Multiplexer, a Motorola-produced Integrated_circuit (IC)-chip used for mediating RAM access in certain 8-bit computers, Syriac Abbreviation Mark, a Unicode control character in the Syriac language block, Simple Anonymous Messaging, a protocol specification used in the I2P network layer, Security: SAM card (Security Authentication Module card), a small smart card used to hold cryptographic keys, Secure access module, Security Accounts Manager, the accounts database used by Microsoft Windows NT, Windows 2000, and later Microsoft operating systems, Symantec Anti-Virus for Macintosh, Other uses in science and technology: Sample Analysis at Mars, an instrument aboard the Curiosity rover on Mars, Scanning acoustic microscope, a device using focused sound to investigate, measure, or image an object, Scanning Auger microscope, a device to image the surface using Auger electron spectroscopy, Small article monitor, a monitoring device designed to screen small items for radioactive contamination, Sparse Anti-Magic square, in mathematics, Surface-to-air missile, an anti-aircraft missile, Stop action magnet, a device used in a pipe organs, Other uses: Sam (Olympic mascot), mascot of the 1984 Summer Olympics, Sandy Area Metro, a transit system in Sandy, Oregon, South Atlantic Medal, a British campaign medal for the Falklands War, Special administrative measures, in law, The Sam languages, comprising Somali, Rendille and Boni, i.e., the Macro-Somali languages without Baiso, Sports Association Management, in sport management

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