Sark (disambiguation)

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Sark (Sercq) is one of the Channel Islands.

Sark or SARK may also refer to:

  • The River Sark, which flows along the west end of the border between England and Scotland
  • The Battle of Sark, fought between England and Scotland in October 1448 by the river
  • Sark, Razavi Khorasan, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
  • SS-N-4 Sark, the NATO reporting name for the R-13 submarine-launched ballistic missile
  • SARK (Search And Rescue Knife), made by Emerson Knives, Inc. for the United States Navy
  • SARK (author), the pen name of author Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy
  • Sark, a word for shirt in the Scots language and Old English

In fiction[edit]

  • Sark, the villain in the 1982 film Tron played by David Warner
  • Julian Sark, a character from the TV series Alias
  • Sark (planet), a fictional planetary world in Isaac Asimov's science fiction novel The Currents of Space
  • A sark, a species of creature in the Rune series of videogames
  • A sark, in Star Trek fiction, an arboreal equid species native to forested areas of the Klingon Homeworld of Qo'noS
  • The Sark, a species of villainous robots from the TV series Hot Wheels Battle Force 5

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