Sue or SUE may refer to:
  • Door County Cherryland Airport
    Door County Cherryland Airport
    Door County Cherryland Airport is a public airport located in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, 2 miles west of the city. It has two runways and is used for corporate and general aviation.- Facilities :...

     (IATA code SUE) in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, USA
  • The action of filing a lawsuit
    A lawsuit or "suit in law" is a civil action brought in a court of law in which a plaintiff, a party who claims to have incurred loss as a result of a defendant's actions, demands a legal or equitable remedy. The defendant is required to respond to the plaintiff's complaint...

  • Subsurface Utility Engineering
  • .sue, alternative name for ARC (file format)
    ARC (file format)
    ARC is a lossless data compression and archival format by System Enhancement Associates . It was very popular during the early days of networked dial-up BBS. The file format and the program were both called ARC...


  • Sue, Fukuoka
    Sue, Fukuoka
    is a town located in Kasuya District, Fukuoka, Japan.As of 2003, the town had an estimated population of 25,343 and a density of 1,551.93 persons per km². The total area is 16.33 km².-External links:*...

    , a town in Japan
  • Sue Station (Fukuoka)
    Sue Station (Fukuoka)
    is a railway station on the Kashii Line operated by JR Kyushu in Sue Town, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan....

    , railway station
  • Sue Islet (Queensland), one of the Torres Straits islands, Australia
  • Sue Lake
    Sue Lake
    Sue Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Sue Lake is situated immediately northwest of Mount Kipp. Immediately after flowing out of Sue Lake, the Mokowanis River descends over Raven Quiver Falls....

    , lake in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA

Family name

  • Eugène Sue
    Eugène Sue
    Joseph Marie Eugène Sue was a French novelist.He was born in Paris, the son of a distinguished surgeon in Napoleon's army, and is said to have had the Empress Joséphine for godmother. Sue himself acted as surgeon both in the Spanish campaign undertaken by France in 1823 and at the Battle of Navarino...

     (1804-1857), a French novelist
  • Selah Sue
    Selah Sue
    Selah Sue, is a Belgian musician and songwriter. Her first EP was released in 2008, under the title Black Part Love. It contains five songs.-Background:...

     (born 1989), Belgian musician and songwriter
  • Henry Sue, claimant in Sue v Hill
    Sue v Hill
    Sue v Hill was an Australian court case decided in the High Court of Australia on 23 June 1999. It concerned a dispute over the apparent return of a candidate, Heather Hill, to the Australian Senate in the 1998 federal election...

    , Australian law case

Given name

  • Sue (name)
    Sue (name)
    Sue is a common short form of the following female given names:*Susan*Susanna / Susannah / Suzanna*Susanne*SuzanneIt is rarely used as a man's name, a notable example being Sue K. Hicks , American jurist, who may have inspired the song A Boy Named Sue....

     is a female given name, a shortened form of Susan, Susanna, and similar names
  • Sue K. Hicks
    Sue K. Hicks
    Sue Kerr Hicks was an American jurist who practiced law and served as a circuit court judge in the state of Tennessee. He is best known for his role as a co-instigator and prosecutor in the 1925 trial of John T. Scopes, a Dayton, Tennessee teacher accused of teaching the Theory of Evolution in...

     (1895-1980), a male American jurist (rare use as a male name)
  • Yoshiko Tanaka
    Yoshiko Tanaka
    was a Japanese actress. She was also famous as a member of the pop group Candies. While a member of Candies, Tanaka was known by the nickname Still at the height of its popularity, the group disbanded in 1978. Tanaka was also the sister-in-law of the well-known actress Masako Natsume.Tanaka was...

     (1956-2011), Japanese actress known as "Sue" in her Candies period
  • Sue Glover (born Yvonne Wheatmann), of Sue and Sunny
    Sue and Sunny
    Sue and Sunny were a vocal duo and session singers operating in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Although sisters, their full stage names were Sue Glover and Sunny Leslie...

    , singing duo
  • Sue Perkins
    Sue Perkins
    Sue Perkins is an English comedienne, broadcaster, actress, and writer.-Education:Perkins was educated at Croham Hurst School, an independent school for girls in Croydon in South London, at the same time as the BBC Breakfast News presenter Susanna Reid...

     of comedy duo Mel and Sue
    Mel and Sue
    Mel and Sue are a British comedy duo, consisting of Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins.-Early career:The two women met whilst students at the University of Cambridge in England where both were members of the famous comedy club Footlights.-Television:Their television breakthrough came on the French &...

  • Sue Schell of Peter, Sue and Marc
    Peter, Sue and Marc
    Peter, Sue and Marc were a Swiss music group from Bern. The members were Peter Reber , Sue Schell , and Marc Dietrich...

    , Swiss musical group

In music and film

  • Sue (album)
    Sue (album)
    Sue is the debut album by Frazier Chorus and was released in 1989.The CD version of the album included an extra track "Little Chef". The album was reissued in 2008 on the Cherry Red Records label.- Virgin Records LP: V 2578 :...

    , the debut album by English pop group Frazier Chorus.
  • Sue or Sue Lost in Manhattan
    Sue Lost in Manhattan
    Sue Lost in Manhattan, also known as Sue, is a 1998 American drama film directed by Amos Kollek.- Synopsis :Desperately alone, Sue wanders in New York City...

    , 1997 film
  • Sue Records
    Sue Records
    Sue Records was founded in 1957 by Henry 'Juggy' Murray in New York City.Also within the group was Symbol Records and Sue also financed and distributed A.F.O.Records owned by Harold Battiste in New Orleans....

    , American record label

Other uses

  • Sue (dinosaur)
    Sue (dinosaur)
    "Sue" is the nickname given to FMNH PR 2081, which is the largest, most extensive and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimen ever found. It was discovered in the summer of 1990 by Sue Hendrickson, a paleontologist, and was named after her...

    , the largest, most complete and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimen ever found
  • Mary Sue
    Mary Sue
    A Mary Sue , in literary criticism and particularly in fanfiction, is a fictional character with overly idealized and hackneyed mannerisms, lacking noteworthy flaws, and primarily functioning as a wish-fulfillment fantasy for the author or reader...

     or Sue, a pejorative term for a cliché and usually idealized fictional character
  • Sue ware
    Sue ware
    was a blue-gray form of high-fired pottery which was produced in Japan and southern Korea during the Kofun, Nara, and Heian periods of Japanese history. It was initially used for funerary and ritual objects, and originated from a Korean stoneware style known as “Kaya ware”...

    , ancient Japanese pottery
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