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Blu (disambiguation)
Blu or BLU may refer to:*Blu , a visual artist*Blu , a character from Monica's Gang*BLU , a manga production company*Blu , a rapper from Los Angeles, California

Blu (Monica's Gang)
Blu is a character in the Brazilian comic strip, Monica's Gang, created in 1959. He was the first character created by Mauricio de Sousa, along with his owner Franklin . This blue dog appears in the logo of Mauricio de Sousa Produções, the company founded by Mauricio to release his works

Blu (rapper)
Johnson Barnes , better known by the stage name Blu, is an American rapper and producer from Los Angeles, California. He is best known for his debut album, Below the Heavens, which was produced entirely by Exile of Emanon.

Blubber
Blubber is a thick layer of vascularized adipose tissue found under the skin of all cetaceans, pinnipeds and sirenians.-Description:Lipid-rich, collagen fiber–laced blubber comprises the hypodermis and covers the whole body, except for parts of the appendages, strongly attached to the musculature and skeleton by highly organized, fan-shaped networks of tendons and ligaments

Bludgeon
Bludgeon may refer to:* Bludgeon , a fictional character* Bludgeon , a club-like weapon* Crabtree's Bludgeon, a foil to Occam's Razor

Bludger (fish)
The bludger, Carangoides gymnostethus , is a widespread species of large marine fish in the jack family, Carangidae

Blue
Blue is a colour, the perception of which is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of roughly 440–490 nm. It is considered one of the additive primary colours. On the HSV Colour Wheel, the complement of blue is yellow; that is, a colour corresponding to an equal mixture of red and green light

Blue (2008 film)
Blue is a Bollywood film directed by Anthony D'Souza, released on 16 October 2009, starring Akshay Kumar, Sanjay Dutt, Lara Dutta and Zayed Khan, with a cameo appearance by Katrina Kaif. It is an action film centered around an underwater treasure. The film was written by American writers Joshua Lurie and Bryan M. Sullivan. Kylie Minogue makes a musical guest appearance in the film. A

Blue (A Perfect Circle song)
"Blue" is the last single released from the alternative rock band A Perfect Circle's 2003 album Thirteenth Step. The song was later remixed entitled "Blue " by James Iha and Geoff Sanoff for the 2004 aMOTION CD/DVD.-Music video:

Blue (Da Ba Dee)
"Blue " is a eurodance song released in 1999 by Italian group Eiffel 65, as a single from their debut album Europop .

Blue (Diana Ross album)
Blue, also referred to as The Blue Album, is a 2006 studio album released on Motown by American pop singer Diana Ross.Recorded in late 1971 and early 1972, the album was conceived as follow-up to the successful Lady Sings the Blues soundtrack but was shelved in order to return Ross to the pop charts with the more pop oriented "Touch Me in the Morning" single and

Blue (DVD)
Blue is the first DVD by Canadian Synth Rock band, The Birthday Massacre. The DVD consist of the Dan Ouellette and Robert Morris directed video Blue and also includes behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, a studio performance of "Nevermind," as well as live performances of "Violet" and "Video Kid" by Steve Jones

Blue (Gary Chaw album)
-Track listing:#Superwoman Songwriter: EDMONDS KENNETH B / 徐世珍; Composer: EDMONDS KENNETH B / REID ANTONIO M.#世界唯一的妳 Songwriter: 徐世珍 / 永邦; Composer: Gary Cao#姑娘 Songwriter: Gary Cao / 何方; Composer: Gary Cao / 何方

Blue (Joni Mitchell song)
"Blue" is the title song from Joni Mitchell's 1971 album of the same name. There has been persistent speculation that the song is about fellow songwriter David Blue, who was a friend and possible love interest of Mitchell's when the album was released

Blue (LeAnn Rimes song)
"Blue" is the title of the debut single released by American country music singer, LeAnn Rimes, released in 1996 from her debut album of the same name . The song propelled Rimes to fame at thirteen years old.

Blue (NFL mascot)
Blue is the official mascot of the Indianapolis Colts professional American football team of the National Football League. He is an anthropomorphic blue horse who wears a white Colts jersey with a horseshoe on the front. He was first introduced on September 17, 2006 in the Colts' first home regular season game against the Houston Texans at the RCA Dome, in which they won 43-24

Blue (queue management algorithm)
Blue is an Active Queue Management algorithm. Like RED, it operates by randomly dropping or ECN-marking packets in a router's queue before it overflows

Blue (Red Dwarf episode)
"Blue" is the fifth episode of science fiction sitcom Red Dwarf Series VII and the 41st in the series run. It was first broadcast on the British television channel BBC2 on 14 February 1997. Written by Kim Fuller & Doug Naylor and directed by Ed Bye

Blue (The Jesus Lizard album)
Blue is the sixth full length album by The Jesus Lizard, released in 1998. Produced by Andy Gill, it is something of a departure for The Jesus Lizard, exploring some of the more experimental instincts hinted at on earlier songs like "Happy Bunny Goes Fluff-Fluff Along" on "Pure". It is the only album with drummer Jim Kimball, who had replaced Mac McNeilly

Blue (The Mission album)
Blue is a studio album by The Mission. It was released in 1996 and was their last album of the decade. It reached #72 on the UK Albums Chart and #11 on the UK Independent Albums Chart.-Track listing:# "Coming Home"# "Get Back to You"

Blue (The Rasmus song)
"Blue" is a song by the Finnish rock band The Rasmus , originally released on the band's second album Playboys on August 29, 1997.

Blue (visual novel)
Blue is visual novel eroge developed by Caramel Box. It is their first work.-External links:

Blue Blood (film)
Blue Blood is a documentary film that was released in UK cinemas in 2007 and showed on BBC2's Storyville in 2008. The film follows the paths of five students from Oxford University as they try to make it onto the Oxford University Amateur Boxing Club Varsity squad

Blue chip
Blue chip may refer to:* Blue Chip Casino, Hotel and Spa, located in Indiana* Blue chips, a denomination of chips in poker games* Blue chip , a type of security

Blue chip (sports)
The term "blue chip" is commonly used to describe athletes who are being targeted to be drafted or signed by teams at the next level. It is most commonly used to describe high school players being recruited by college teams, but can also refer to collegiate players being scouted by professional franchises."Blue chip" players have proven themselves to be amongst the best at their

Blue Gender
is a 26-episode anime created by Ryōsuke Takahashi broadcast in Japan from 1999-2000. Blue Gender was created by the Japanese animation studio, AIC and is distributed in the United States by Funimation Entertainment

Blue giant (disambiguation)
Blue giant may refer to:In astronomy:* A blue giant is a star with a spectral type of O or B and a luminosity class of III .

Blue Jeans
"Blue Jeans" is a sentimental popular song written by Harry D. Kerr and Lou Traveller in 1920. In the song, the singer is reminiscing about a long-ago young love that happened somewhere in the "hills of the old Cumberland." The chorus echoes the singer's longing:* The Parlor Songs Collection.* by the ; hosted by .* , Archive of Popular American Music; hosted by

Blue Line (MTS)
The Blue Line is one of three primary and five overall light rail lines operated by the San Diego Trolley, an operating division of the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System

Blue Line (Yokohama)
The is a line in the Yokohama Municipal Subway system of Yokohama, Japan, operated by Yokohama City Transportation Bureau. Line 3 runs from Azamino to Kannai, and Line 1 runs from Kannai to Shōnandai. All the trains join these two lines.-History:

Blue moon
A blue moon can refer to the third full moon in a season with four full moons. Most years have twelve full moons that occur approximately monthly. In addition to those twelve full lunar cycles, each solar calendar year contains roughly eleven days more than the lunar year of 12 lunations

Blue Moon (game)
Blue Moon, published by Kosmos/Fantasy Flight Games, is Reiner Knizia's most successful take on the collectible card game genre. It is a card game for two players that bears some resemblance to the well-known Magic: The Gathering , although the game mechanics are quite different

Blue Moon (Toby Keith album)
Blue Moon is the title of an album released in 1996 by American country music artist Toby Keith. The third album of his career and his only album for A&M Records , it was certified platinum by the RIAA for sales of one million copies in the United States

Blue note
In jazz and blues, a blue note is a note sung or played at a slightly lower pitch than that of the major scale for expressive purposes. Typically the alteration is a semitone or less, but this varies among performers and genres. Country blues, in particular, features wide variations from the diatonic pitches with emotive blue-notes

Blue note (aviation)
In the context of aviation, a blue note is the distinctive whine produced by some jet aircraft, over and above the sound of their engines and airframe noise.

Blue note (disambiguation)
A blue note is a musical note played or sung lower than the corresponding note on a major scale.Blue note may also refer to:* Blue Note Records, a record label which focuses on jazz music

Blue Note (jazz clubs)
The Blue Note is a jazz club and restaurant located at in Greenwich Village, New York City. Opened in 1981 by owner and founder Danny Bensusan, the club is now considered one of the world's most famous jazz venues

Blue Peter (Mike Oldfield single)
"Blue Peter" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1979 . It is a rendition of the theme tune for the British children's television show Blue Peter and was used by the show between 1979 and 1989.- Blue Peter :

Blue Riband (biscuits)
Blue Riband is a budget chocolate biscuit produced by Nestlé. The bar was launched in 1936/1937 as a real milk chocolate wafer- a crisp wafer biscuit covered in a very thin layer of milk chocolate. It was re-launched in December 2004. The modern version is not as crisp as the original, and the chocolate layer is sweeter and thicker.- External links :**

Blue Riband (disambiguation)
Blue Riband may refer to:*The Blue Riband, an award held by the ship with the record for a transatlantic crossing* Blue Riband , chocolate biscuits made by Nestlé and sold in the United Kingdom and Ireland

Blue ribbon (disambiguation)
Blue ribbon or Blue Ribbon may refer to:* Blue ribbon, the blue ribbon as a symbol* Blue Ribbon a budget home computer software publisher of the 1980s* Japan's Blue Ribbon Awards

Bluebeard (song)
Bluebeard is a single by the Cocteau Twins. It was released by Fontana Records in February 1994. It was the second single to be released from the Four-Calendar Café album.

Bluebell
-Plants:* genus Hyacinthoides** Common Bluebell ** Spanish Bluebell * genus Mertensia** Virginia Bluebell * Scottish Bluebell

Bluebird (film)
Bluebird is a 2004 Dutch television movie directed by Mijke de Jong. It was selected by the Netherlands as its official Foreign Language Film submission for the 78th Academy Awards, but was rejected by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences because it had aired on television.

Bluebird (song)
"Bluebird" is a song credited to Paul and Linda McCartney that was originally released on the Paul McCartney and Wings' album Band on the Run. According to author John Blaney, it was written during a vacation in Jamaica

Bluebirds (TV Series)
Bluebirds was a CBBC drama most notable for featuring Barbara Windsor and Martine McCutcheon. First broadcast on 5 October 1989, the show ran for six episodes.

Bluebottle
-Organisms:* Blow-flies of genus Calliphora and similar species from other genera** Specifically, the Blue bottle fly * Cornflower

Blued
blued is the Bluetooth daemon in Mac OS X. It is started by the system and is not interacted with directly by the user. The daemon handles service discovery, link key management and incoming connection acceptance.

Bluefish
The bluefish , called tailor in Australia, is a species of popular marine gamefish found in all climates. It is the sole species of the Pomatomidae family.

Bluegrass
Bluegrass refers to several species of grasses of the genus Poa The term has also been applied to various things that relate to the region in which the grass grows:

Bluejacket
-People:* A term for an enlisted sailor in the U.S. or British Navy* Blue Jacket, a Shawnee war chief known for his defense of Shawnee lands in the Ohio Country* Charles Blue Jacket, a 19th century Shawnee chief in Kansas, and Methodist Minister

Blueprint
A blueprint is a type of paper-based reproduction usually of a technical drawing, documenting an architecture or an engineering design. More generally, the term "blueprint" has come to be used to refer to any detailed plan.

Blueprint (album)
Blueprint is the third album by Irish guitarist Rory Gallagher. It was released as a vinyl record in 1973 but was re-released in 2000 in the CD format with two new tracks.-Album profile:

Blueprint (CSS framework)
Blueprint is a CSS framework designed to reduce development time and ensure cross-browser compatibility when working with Cascading Style Sheets . It also serves as a foundation for many tools designed to make CSS development easier and more accessible to beginners. Blueprint is released under a modified version of the MIT License, making it free software

Blues
Blues is the name given to both a musical form and a music genre that originated in African-American communities of primarily the "Deep South" of the United States at the end of the 19th century from spirituals, work songs, field hollers, shouts and chants, and rhymed simple narrative ballads

Blues (Bob Dylan album)
Blues is a single-disc compilation album by Bob Dylan, released on June 27, 2006 and distributed exclusively by Barnes & Noble. By November 2011 it also became available to members of the Jazz Heritage Society through their Review, Release # 564.

Blues scale
The term blues scale is used to describe a few scales with differing numbers of pitches and related characteristics. See: blues.The hexatonic, or six note, blues scale consists of the minor pentatonic scale plus the 4th or 5th degree

Bluestocking
A bluestocking is an educated, intellectual woman. Until the late 18th century, the term had referred to learned people of both sexes. However it subsequently was applied primarily to intellectual women, and the French equivalent bas bleu had a similar connotation. The term later developed negative implications, and in some instances such women were stereotyped as being "frumpy"

Bluestocking (journal)
Bluestocking was a Japanese feminist magazine founded in 1911 by Raicho Hiratsuka and produced by Hiratsuka and other members of the related group, the Bluestocking Society . An exhausted Hiratsuka turned over the reins to Noe Ito in 1915. Ito produced the journal with little assistance for almost another year. Its last issue was published in February 1916

Bluet
Bluet or bluets may refer to:* Centaurea, a plant genus in the family Asteraceae* Several plant genera in the family Rubiaceae, notably:** Houstonia** Oldenlandiopsis or "creeping bluet"

Bluethroat
The Bluethroat is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family Turdidae, but is now more generally considered to be an Old World flycatcher, Muscicapidae

Bluey
Bluey may refer to:*Blue, or bluish, having a colour similar to blue*Red, or reddish in Australian slang, especially red hair*Arthur Bluethenthal, football player and World War I pilot

Bluff
Bluff may refer to:* a type of deception* an empty boast-Geography:* a very steep and broad hill or small cliff, frequently next to a river or ocean*feeder bluffAustralia* Bluff, Queensland, a town in QueenslandCanada

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are a United States federal agency under the Department of Health and Human Services headquartered in Druid Hills, unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, in Greater Atlanta

Centerville, Iowa
Centerville is a city in and the county seat of Appanoose County, Iowa, United States. The population was 5,528 in the 2010 census, a decline from 5,924 in the 2000 census. After the turn of the 20th century Centerville had a booming coal mining industry that attracted many European immigrants

Centipede
Centipedes are arthropods belonging to the class Chilopoda of the subphylum Myriapoda. They are elongated metameric animals with one pair of legs per body segment. Despite the name, centipedes can have a varying number of legs from under 20 to over 300. Centipedes have an odd number of pairs of legs, e.g

Centipede game
In game theory, the centipede game, first introduced by Rosenthal , is an extensive form game in which two players take turns choosing either to take a slightly larger share of a slowly increasing pot, or to pass the pot to the other player

Centipede grass
Centipedegrass is a warm season lawn grass that is thick sod forming, uniform growing, and medium to light green colored. It has a coarse texture with short upright stems that grow to about 3-5 inches and spread by stolons.

Central America
Central America is the central geographic region of the Americas. It is the southernmost, isthmian portion of the North American continent, which connects with South America on the southeast. When considered part of the unified continental model, it is considered a subcontinent

Central American and Caribbean Games
The Central American and Caribbean Games are a multi-sport regional championships event, held quadrennial , typically in the middle year between Summer Olympics

Central bank
A central bank, reserve bank, or monetary authority is a public institution that usually issues the currency, regulates the money supply, and controls the interest rates in a country. Central banks often also oversee the commercial banking system of their respective countries

Central Bank of Iraq
-History:The Central Bank of Iraq was established as Iraq's central bank by Central Bank of Iraq Law 2004 with authorised capital of 100 billion dinars. The current Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq is Sinan Al Shabibi.-Architecture:

Central Bank of Nigeria
The Central Bank of Nigeria was established by the CBN Act of 1958 and commenced operations on July 1, 1959.The major regulatory objectives of the bank as stated in the CBN act of 1958 is to: issue legal tender, maintain the external reserves of the country, promote monetary stability and a sound financial environment, and to act as a banker of last resort and financial adviser to the

Central Bearded Dragon
Pogona vitticeps, the Central Bearded Dragon, is a species of agamid lizard occurring in a wide range of arid to semi-arid regions of Australia

Central Bureau of Investigation
The Central Bureau of Investigation is a government agency of India that serves as a criminal investigation body, national security agency and intelligence agency. It was established on 1 April 1963 and evolved from the Special Police Establishment founded in 1941

Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood
The Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood is a small office within the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom responsible for the administration of Orders of Chivalry and some aspects of honours in general

Central Comets
Central Queensland Capras are an semi-professional rugby league football club based in Rockhampton, Queensland. They currently play in the Queensland Cup, the premier rugby league competition in Queensland.

Central Conference of American Rabbis
The Central Conference of American Rabbis , founded in 1889 by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, is the principal organization of Reform rabbis in the United States and Canada, the CCAR is the largest and oldest rabbinical organization in the world.

Central do Brasil (film)
Central Station is a 1998 Brazilian/French drama film set in Brazil. It tells the story of a young boy's friendship with a jaded middle-aged woman. The film was adapted by Marcos Bernstein and João Emanuel Carneiro from a story by Walter Salles and it was directed by the latter. It features Fernanda Montenegro and Vinícius de Oliveira in the major roles

Central dogma of molecular biology
The central dogma of molecular biology was first articulated by Francis Crick in 1958 and re-stated in a Nature paper published in 1970:In other words, the process of producing proteins is irreversible: a protein cannot be used to create DNA.

Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves
The Gondwana Rainforests of Australia formerly known as the Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves, are the most extensive area of subtropical rainforest in the world

Central Equatoria
-Government:Executive*Governor - Maj. Gen. Clement Wani Konga*Deputy Governor and Minister of Education, Science and Technology - Mr. Manase Lomole Waya *Minister of Education - Lokulenge Lole Lokule

Central Eurasia
Central Eurasia is a geographic term, which may refer to:* Central Asia, i.e., the five Central Asian Republics as well as the lower Volga Region in Russia, southern Siberia, Iran, Afghanistan, parts of China and Northern Pakistan, Kashmir and sometimes Mongolia and Tibet* The Caucasus region, spreading through parts of Russia, down through the Caspian Sea and into Iran and Central

Central Florida News 13
Central Florida News 13 is a cable news television station located in Orlando, Florida. It currently serves the greater Central Florida areas including Volusia County, Seminole County, Orange County, Osceola County, Lake County, Marion County, Flagler County, and Brevard County

Central Georgia Technical College
Central Georgia Technical College is a community college governed by The Technical College System of Georgia . CGTC serves people in Baldwin, Bibb, Crawford, Jones, Monroe, and Twiggs counties in Central Georgia. CGTC's main campus is located in Macon, Georgia with a satellite campus in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Central High School (Memphis, Tennessee)
Central High School is a public high school in Memphis, Tennessee. Since it was founded in the early 1900s and is considered the first high school in Memphis; Central is often called "THE" High School. It is a part of the Memphis City Schools Optional School system where it is recognized as a school specializing in college preparatory programs

Central High School (Philadelphia)
Central High School is a public secondary school in the Logan section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Central, the second-oldest continuously public high school in the United States , was founded in 1836 and is a four-year university preparatory magnet school

Central League (football)
The Central League , is a football league in England for reserve teams primarily of Football League clubs in the Midlands and North of England.

Central limit theorem
In probability theory, the central limit theorem states conditions under which the mean of a sufficiently large number of independent random variables, each with finite mean and variance, will be approximately normally distributed. The central limit theorem has a number of variants. In its common form, the random variables must be identically distributed

Central Midlands Football League
The Central Midlands Football League is an English football league covering the northeast-central part of England. Formed in 1971 as the South Derbyshire League, changing name initially to the Derbyshire League before taking on its current name in 1983, it covers Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire

Central Milton Keynes Shopping Centre
Central Milton Keynes Shopping Centre is a regional shopping centre located in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England which is about 50 miles north-west of London. It is managed in two separate parts, thecentre:mk and Midsummer Place

Central obesity
Abdominal obesity, colloquially known as belly fat or clinically as central obesity, is the accumulation of abdominal fat resulting in an increase in waist size

Central Pacific Railroad
The Central Pacific Railroad is the former name of the railroad network built between California and Utah, USA that formed part of the "First Transcontinental Railroad" in North America. It is now part of the Union Pacific Railroad. Many 19th century national proposals to build a transcontinental railroad failed because of the energy consumed by political disputes over slavery

Central Place Theory
Central place theory is a geographical theory that seeks to explain the number, size and location of human settlements in an urban system. The theory was created by the German geographer Walter Christaller, who asserted that settlements simply functioned as 'central places' providing services to surrounding areas.-Building the theory:To develop the theory, Christaller made the

Central Provident Fund
In Singapore, the Central Provident Fund is a compulsory comprehensive savings plan for working Singaporeans and permanent residents primarily to fund their retirement, healthcare and housing needs. It is administered by the Central Provident Fund Board, a statutory board under the Ministry of Manpower

Central Railroad of New Jersey
The Central Railroad of New Jersey , commonly known as the Jersey Central Lines or CNJ, was a Class I railroad with origins in the 1830s, lasting until 1976 when it was absorbed into Conrail with the other bankrupt railroads of the Northeastern United States

Central Region (Ghana)
The Central Region is one of Ghana's ten administrative regions. It is bordered by the Ashanti and Eastern regions to the north, Western region to the west, Greater Accra region to the east, and to the south by the Atlantic Ocean.-Districts:

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design is a constituent college of the University of the Arts London. The school has an outstanding international reputation, and is considered one of the world's leading art and design institutions

Central School of Speech and Drama
The Central School of Speech and Drama was founded in London in 1906 by Elsie Fogerty to offer a new form of training in speech and drama for young actors and other students

Central Square (Cambridge)
Central Square is an area in Cambridge, Massachusetts centered on the junction of Massachusetts Avenue, Prospect Street and Western Avenue. , formed by the junction of Massachusetts Avenue, Columbia Street, Sidney Street and Main Street, is also considered a part of the Central Square area

Central State Hospital (Indiana)
Central State Hospital, formally referred to as the Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane was a psychiatric treatment hospital in Indiana.

Central Superior Services of Pakistan
Central Superior Services of Pakistan is the civil service of the country. It was established in 1973 under Article 240 of the newly framed Constitution. The CSS Examinations are held in the start of every year to recruit the civil servants for the Civil Services of Pakistan.-Structure:The Constitution lays down separate service for federation and Provinces

Central tendency
In statistics, the term central tendency relates to the way in which quantitative data is clustered around some value. A measure of central tendency is a way of specifying - central value

Central Time zone
In North America, the Central Time Zone refers to national time zones which observe standard time by subtracting six hours from UTC , and daylight saving, or summer time by subtracting five hours

Central United States
The Central United States is sometimes conceived as between the Eastern United States and Western United States as part of a three-region model, roughly coincident with the Midwestern United States plus the western and central portions of the Southern United States; the term is also sometimes used more or less as a synonym for the Midwest, omitting all or most of the South

Central University of Ecuador
The Central University of Ecuador is a national university located in Quito, Ecuador. It is the oldest university in Ecuador, and one of the oldest in the Americas

Central venous catheter
In medicine, a central venous catheter is a catheter placed into a large vein in the neck , chest or groin

Central Zone cricket team
The Central Zone cricket team is a first-class cricket team that represents central India in the Duleep Trophy. It is a composite team of players from five first-class Indian teams from central India competing in the Ranji Trophy: Madhya Pradesh, Railways, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Vidarbha

Centrales
Coscinodiscophyceae is a class of diatom.Coscinodiscophyceae is similar to Centrales. Order Centrales is a traditional, paraphyletic subdivision of the heterokont algae known as diatoms. The order is named for the shape of the cell walls of centric diatoms, which are circular or ellipsoid in valve view

Centralia, Illinois
Centralia is a town located in Marion, Washington, Clinton, and Jefferson Counties in the U.S. state of Illinois. The population was 13,032 at the 2010 census. The town was founded because it was the point where the two original branches of the Illinois Central Railroad, built in 1853, converged. The town is named for the railroad

Centre Georges Pompidou
Centre Georges Pompidou is a complex in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement of Paris, near Les Halles, rue Montorgueil and the Marais

Centrifugal compressor
Centrifugal compressors, sometimes termed radial compressors, are a sub-class of dynamic axisymmetric work-absorbing turbomachinery.The idealized compressive dynamic turbo-machine achieves a pressure rise by adding kinetic energy/velocity to a continuous flow of fluid through the rotor or impeller

Centrifugal force
Centrifugal force can generally be any force directed outward relative to some origin. More particularly, in classical mechanics, the centrifugal force is an outward force which arises when describing the motion of objects in a rotating reference frame

Centrifugal governor
A centrifugal governor is a specific type of governor that controls the speed of an engine by regulating the amount of fuel admitted, so as to maintain a near constant speed whatever the load or fuel supply conditions

Centrifuge
A centrifuge is a piece of equipment, generally driven by an electric motor , that puts an object in rotation around a fixed axis, applying a force perpendicular to the axis

Centriole
A Centriole is a barrel-shaped cell structure found in most animal eukaryotic cells, though it is absent in higher plants and most fungi. The walls of each centriole are usually composed of nine triplets of microtubules

Centripetal force
Centripetal force is a force that makes a body follow a curved path: it is always directed orthogonal to the velocity of the body, toward the instantaneous center of curvature of the path. The mathematical description was derived in 1659 by Dutch physicist Christiaan Huygens

Centro Escolar University
Centro Escolar University is a private university in the Philippines. It was founded on June 3, 1907 by two women, Librada Avelino and Carmen de Luna, and was originally called Centro Escolar de Señoritas. It became a university in 1933

Centroid
In geometry, the centroid, geometric center, or barycenter of a plane figure or two-dimensional shape X is the intersection of all straight lines that divide X into two parts of equal moment about the line. Informally, it is the "average" of all points of X

Centrosome
In cell biology, the centrosome is an organelle that serves as the main microtubule organizing center of the animal cell as well as a regulator of cell-cycle progression. It was discovered by Edouard Van Beneden in 1883

Century Type Family
Century refers to a family of type faces derived from the original Century Roman cut by American Type Founders’ designer Linn Boyd Benton in 1894. Despite originating in the nineteenth century, use of the typeface remains strong, for periodicals, textbooks, and literature

Century Village, Florida
Century Village is a census-designated place in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States and is best known as a retirement community.

Cephalhematoma
A cephalohematoma or cephalohaematoma is a hemorrhage of blood between the skull and the periosteum of a newborn baby secondary to rupture of blood vessels crossing the periosteum

Cephalic index
Cephalic index is the ratio of the maximum width of the head multiplied by 100 divided by its maximum length .

Cepheus (constellation)
Cepheus is a constellation in the northern sky. It is named after Cepheus, King of Aethiopia in Greek mythology. It was one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, and remains one of the 88 modern constellations.-Stars:

Ceramic
A ceramic is an inorganic, nonmetallic solid prepared by the action of heat and subsequent cooling. Ceramic materials may have a crystalline or partly crystalline structure, or may be amorphous

Ceramic forming techniques
Ceramic forming techniques are ways of forming ceramic shapes. This can be used to make everyday tableware from teapots, to engineering ceramics such as computer parts. Methods for forming powders of ceramic raw materials into complex shapes are desirable in many areas of technology

Ceramic glaze
Glaze is a layer or coating of a vitreous substance which has been fired to fuse to a ceramic object to color, decorate, strengthen or waterproof it.-Use:

Ceramic resonator
A ceramic resonator is an electronic component that when combined with other appropriate components, can produce oscillations at a specific frequency

Ceramic water filter
Ceramic water filters are an inexpensive and effective type of water filter, that rely on the small pore size of ceramic material to filter dirt, debris, and bacteria out of water.-Method of action:

Ceratosaurus
Ceratosaurus meaning "horned lizard", in reference to the horn on its nose , was a large predatory theropod dinosaur from the Late Jurassic Period , found in the Morrison Formation of North America, in Tanzania and Portugal

Cerberus
Cerberus , or Kerberos, in Greek and Roman mythology, is a multi-headed hound which guards the gates of the Underworld, to prevent those who have crossed the river Styx from ever escaping