Sho

Meaning : Soar, Fly,

Origin : Japanese,

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Sho Expression, Sho Soul Urge, Sho Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Sho:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

additional

Additional information Sho:

additionalVariant transcription of SHOU

urban

Definition funny of Sho:

urbanA Word Originating From Tottenham (FMD, NPK, IDA, C.E, ETC,) North London. Meaning Good, Bye, Easy, And Can Be Used As A Signature Word.

urbanGood: "That caps lookin sho!" Easy:"Nar Fam, Dat Test Was Sho!" Bye:I'll See You Man Lata. Sho. Signature: SWIPER WHA YOU SAYIN DARG? SHO!

urbanA sporty version of the grocery-getter taurus. Introduced in 1989, it had a high revving 220hp 3.0 DOHC V6 made by Yamaha and a 5 speed transmission. 1992 the body style changed. In 1993 a bored version of the 3.0, the 3.2 with slightly more touque was released. Coupled to an automatic transmission. In 1996, bodystyle changed to the bubble look and so did the motor. It was now a 235hp 3.4 V8. But only with an auto trans. The motor wasn't as snappy as with a manual tran and is plagued with camshaft/sprocket problems. In 1999 the SHO was dropped.

urbanMy '89 SHO will still hand most ricers their ass.

urbanSuper High Output Sub series of the midsize Taurus made by Ford. The SHO's engine was a 3.0 V6 built by Yamaha, with overhead-cam cylinder heads, four valves per cyllinder and dual exhausts. The Taurus SHO included many refinements including...... -larger anti-roll bars -std. anti-lock brakes -15 inch aluminum wheels/special high speed v-rated tires -body addons/'ground effects' -integral fog lamps -bucket seats -center console -8000rpm Tachometer The SHO was Ford's attempt to fight back against various European Sport Sedans which were becoming quite popular in the early/mid 1990's (as was the Lumina Euro/LTZ from Chevrolet).

urbanwould love to get my hands on a SHO

urbanIt stands for Super High Output. Ford makes the Taurus SHO

songs

Songs about Sho:

songsMan up Anthem (feat. Sho Baraka, Derek Minor, Andy Mineo, Lecrae, Kb, Trip Lee and Tedashi) by 116 from the Album Man Up

songsSho Nugg [Explicit] by 8-Ball from the Album Piece Of Mind [Explicit]

songsSho'Nuff Must Be Luv (Album Version) [Clean] by Heatwave from the Album Too Hot To Handle [Clean]

songsSho-Time (Pleasure Thang) [Explicit] by Inc. T-Pain for Nappy Boy Productions from the Album Revolver [Explicit] [+Digital Booklet]

songsFo' Sho' (LP Version) by Yolanda Adams/Karen Clark Sheard from the Album Believe

songsLlego Good Sho (Salsa Dura) by Good Sho from the Album Llego Good Sho (Salsa Dura)

songsResponsibility (feat. Sho Baraka, Trip Lee, Derek Minor, Lecrae and Tedashi) by 116 from the Album Man Up

movies

Movies about Sho:

moviesSide Sho 2010 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 29 mins Directed by: Michael D'Anna

moviesShotokan Master Seminars: Kata: Kanku Sho 2009 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: James Yabe Directed by: Marilyn Hassell

moviesLegend of the Dog Warriors - Hakkenden 2001 Unrated - Runtime: 7 hrs Starring: Ken Kramer, Ward Perry, Paul Dobson, et al. Directed by: Michael Dobson and Takashi Annô

moviesVolcanic Sprint - The Epic Story of Africa's Most Grueling Mountain Race and the Local Athletes sho Risk All for... -

moviesSide Sho 2008 R - Runtime: 1 hr 29 mins Starring: J.D. Hart, Toni Robider, Dana Poulson, et al. Directed by: Michael D'Anna

moviesDaniel O'Donnell-the Rock 'n' Roll Sho 2006 -

moviesSekichu sokuwan sho kaizen to kyousei no tameno ekusasaizu DVD 2013 - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Dr. Kevin Lau

wiki

Wiki information Sho:

Sho
Musical instrument, Musical Performance Role

The shō is a Japanese free reed musical instrument that was introduced from China during the Nara period. It is modeled on the Chinese sheng, although the shō tends to be smaller in size. It consists of 17 slender bamboo pipes, each of which is...

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The letter ϸ was a letter added to the Greek alphabet in order to write the Bactrian language. It was similar in appearance to the Anglo-Saxon and Icelandic letter thorn, which has typically been used to represent it in modern print, although both...