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Bony
Bony may refer to:* Adjective related to bone* Bony, a commune of the Aisne département, in France* Bőny, a village in Hungary* A nickname for Napoleon Bonaparte* The Bank of New York

Bony
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Bony (Fictional Character)
Detective Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte is a half Aboriginal, half-white detective character created by Arthur Upfield. Bony appeared in dozens of Upfield's novels from the late 1920s until the author's death in 1964.-Early life:

Bony (TV series)
Bony is an Australian television series made in 1992. The series of 13 episodes followed on from a telemovie made in 1990. The series was criticised for casting a white man as the title character Detective David John Bonaparte , under the tutelage of "Uncle Albert", an elderly Aborigine played by Burnum Burnum

Bonza
Bonza is a town in the Solenzo Department of Banwa Province in western Burkina Faso. As of 2005 it had a population of 5,209.-References:

Bonzer
Bonzer may refer to:* Bonzer, a type of surfboard* Bonzer, a slang term in Australian English meaning "good" or "excellent" * Bonzer, a Ty Beanie Baby

Boo
Boo may refer to:Fictional characters* Boo , a ghost character in the Mario series* Boo, a hamster in Megatokyo* Boo, a human girl in Monsters, Inc.

Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. are a hip hop group from Carson, California, composed of the Devoux brothers Paul, Ted, Donald, Roscoe, Danny, and David. Their family is from Samoa. They first began playing music in their father's Baptist church. Before anyone else arrived, they would play P-Funk and experiment with other forms of hip-hop

Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. are a hip hop group from Carson, California, composed of the Devoux brothers Paul, Ted, Donald, Roscoe, Danny, and David. Their family is from Samoa. They first began playing music in their father's Baptist church. Before anyone else arrived, they would play P-Funk and experiment with other forms of hip-hop

Boob
Boob or Boobs may refer to:* The Boob, a film by William Wellman* "Boobs", a science fiction short story by Suzy McKee Charnas* Boobs! The Musical, a revue by Ruth Wallis* Breast, the upper ventral region of the human torso

Boob tube
Boob tube can mean:* Boob tube, US slang for a television set* Boob tube, British term for a tube top*The Boob Tube, a 1975 soap opera/TV commercial parody marketed to capitalize on the success of The Groove Tube and similar comedy films of the era

Booby
A booby is a seabird in the genus Sula, part of the Sulidae family. Boobies are closely related to the gannets , which were formerly included in Sula.-Description:

Booby trap (disambiguation)
A booby trap is an antipersonnel device disguised as a harmless object.Booby trap can also refer to:*"Booby Trap" , an episode of the TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation

Boodle
Boodle, or boodler, was a bar-room or street term for money or booty applied by the yellow press to members of the New York Board of Aldermen who were charged with accepting bribes in connection with the granting of a franchise for a street railroad on Broadway

Boof
The term boof may mean:* Boof, Darren Lehmann, a former Australian Cricketer* boofing, a maneuver in kayaking* Boof Bonser, Major League Baseball pitcher* The bouffant hairstyle* A comic book series from Image Comics

Boogaloo (album)
- Credits :* Pete Agnew - bass guitar, backing vocals* Dan McCafferty - lead vocals* Ronnie Leahy - keyboards* Jimmy Murrison - guitars* Darrell Sweet - drums- Additional personnel :* Lee Agnew - percussion* Simon Clark - alto & baritone saxophones

Boogaloo (disambiguation)
Boogaloo refers to several genres of American popular music and dance in the late 1960s.Boogaloo can also refer to:*Latin boogaloo, the Latin music/dance style of the 1960s*Electric boogaloo , a funk dance style also known as the boogaloo

Boogie
Boogie is a repetitive, swung note or shuffle rhythm, "groove" or pattern used in blues which was originally played on the piano in boogie-woogie music. The characteristic rhythm and feel of the boogie was then adapted to guitar, double bass, and other instruments. The earliest recorded boogie-woogie song was in 1916

Boogie (disambiguation)
Boogie is a musical technique or rhythm.Boogie may also refer to:Music* Boogie , a post-disco genre from 1980s* "Boogie Oogie Oogie", a song by the American band A Taste of Honey

Boogie (video game)
Boogie is a music video game developed by Electronic Arts for the Wii, PlayStation 2 and Nintendo DS. Being touted as a party-game, it enables players to create their character, then use the Wii Remote and a microphone to sing and dance through it. Each song within the game can be performed either as a karaoke or as a dancing game. The game is based around an alien theme

Boogie-woogie
Boogie-woogie has the following meanings:*Boogie-woogie, a piano-based music style*Boogie-woogie , a swing dance or a dance that imitates the rock-n-roll dance of the 1950s*"Boogie Woogie" , a song by EuroGroove and Dannii Minogue

Book of Common Prayer
The Book of Common Prayer is the short title of a number of related prayer books used in the Anglican Communion, as well as by the Continuing Anglican, "Anglican realignment" and other Anglican churches. The original book, published in 1549 , in the reign of Edward VI, was a product of the English Reformation following the break with Rome

Book of Imaginary Beings
Jorge Luis Borges wrote and edited the Book of Imaginary Beings in 1957 as the original Spanish Manual de zoología fantástica, or Handbook of Fantastic Zoology, expanding it in 1967 and 1969 to the final El libro de los seres imaginarios

Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon is a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement that adherents believe contains writings of ancient prophets who lived on the American continent from approximately 2600 BC to AD 421. It was first published in March 1830 by Joseph Smith, Jr

Book value
In accounting, book value or carrying value is the value of an asset according to its balance sheet account balance. For assets, the value is based on the original cost of the asset less any depreciation, amortization or Impairment costs made against the asset. Traditionally, a company's book value is its total assets minus intangible assets and liabilities

Bookbinders
Bookbinders may refer to:*Bookbinding*Old Original Bookbinder's restaurant

Bookcase
A bookcase, or bookshelf, is a piece of furniture, almost always with horizontal shelves, used to store books. A bookcase consists of a unit including two or more shelves which may not all be used to contain books or other printed materials. Shelves may be fixed or adjustable to different positions in the case

Bookend
A bookend is an object that is designed to buttress, or support, an upright row of books. It is placed on either end to prevent books from falling over, such as in a half-filled bookshelf. Bookends are both utilitarian and, often, decorative. They are common in libraries and in homes

Bookend (disambiguation)
A bookend is a device used to hold a row of books upright on a shelf. It may also refer to:In arts and literature:*Bookends, an album by Simon and Garfunkel**"Bookends", the title track of the album

Bookies (film)
Bookies is a 2003 movie written by Michael Bacall and directed by Mark Illsley. The story revolves around the lives of four college students

Booking
Booking may refer to:* Booking , a Korean comics anthology magazine published by Haksan* Booking , the laying out of the plot before a professional wrestling match* An accounting system a.k.a

Booking (comics)
Booking is a monthly manhwa anthology published by the South Korean Haksanpub.-Currently running manhwa titles:*Aflame Inferno*Freezing*Jack Frost*Witchcraft Troops*Street Jam*Yongbi Bulpae Oejeon*The Phantom King*Beast 9

Booklet
Booklet may refer to:* A small book or group of pages* Postage stamp booklet, made up of one or more small panes of postage stamps in a cardboard cover

Bookmaker
A bookmaker, or bookie, is an organization or a person that takes bets on sporting and other events at agreed upon odds.- Range of events :

Bookmark
A bookmark is used to keep one's place in a printed work. It can also refer to:* Bookmark , a pointer in an Internet Web browser* a marker of one's place in an electronic document

Bookmarks (magazine)
Bookmarks is a bimonthly American literary magazine dedicated to general readers, book groups, and librarians. It carries the tagline, "For everyone who hasn't read everything." Launched in 2002, Bookmarks summarizes and distills published book reviews and includes articles covering classic and contemporary authors, "best-of" genre reading lists, reader recommendations, and book

Bookworm
Bookworm may refer to:* Bibliophile or bookworm, an avid reader and lover of books* Bookworm , a popular generalization for any insect which supposedly bores through books

Boolean
Boolean may refer to:* Boolean algebra, a logical calculus of truth values or set membership* Boolean algebra , a set with operations resembling logical ones* Boolean data type, a certain datatype in computer science

Boolean algebra
Boolean algebra, as developed in 1854 by George Boole in his book An Investigation of the Laws of Thought, is a variant of ordinary elementary algebra differing in its values, operations, and laws. Instead of the usual algebra of numbers, Boolean algebra is the algebra of truth values 0 and 1, or equivalently of subsets of a given set

Boolean algebra
Boolean algebra, as developed in 1854 by George Boole in his book An Investigation of the Laws of Thought, is a variant of ordinary elementary algebra differing in its values, operations, and laws. Instead of the usual algebra of numbers, Boolean algebra is the algebra of truth values 0 and 1, or equivalently of subsets of a given set

Boolean algebra
Boolean algebra, as developed in 1854 by George Boole in his book An Investigation of the Laws of Thought, is a variant of ordinary elementary algebra differing in its values, operations, and laws. Instead of the usual algebra of numbers, Boolean algebra is the algebra of truth values 0 and 1, or equivalently of subsets of a given set

Boom
-Pole or spar application:* Boom , spar at the foot of a sail on a sailboat* Boom , a wishbone shaped piece of windsurfing equipment* Boom barrier, a barrier used to block vehicular access through a controlled point

BOOM
Founded in 1997, BOOM Securities Limited 有限公司), is a fully licensed Broker / Dealer regulated by Securities and Futures Commission and headquartered in Hong Kong.

Boom (Mario song)
"Boom" is an R&B single by Mario featuring Juvenile. It is the fourth and final single from his second studio album Turning Point. The single was released on October 3, 2005. The song it was produced by Lil Jon and written by Lamarquis Jefferson, Lil Jon, Johnta Austin, Craig Love and Juvenile

Boom (P.O.D. song)
"Boom" is the third single off P.O.D.'s second major label studio album Satellite. While it did not chart as well as the album's previous singles, the song has appeared significantly in film and television

BoomBox
BoomBox is an American rock band, which is most known for its quick rise into the Jam band music scene andthrough founding member Zion Godchaux's association with the Grateful Dead

Boombox (disambiguation)
A boombox is a portable stereo.Boombox may also refer to:*Boombox , a remix album by Kylie Minogue*"Boombox" , a 2010 song by The Lonely Island featuring Julian Casablancas

Boomer
- Animals :* An adult male kangaroo, nicknamed "boomer" in Australia* An alternate name for the Mountain Beaver- Comics :* Owen Mercer, the current Captain Boomerang in the DC Comics universe, nicknamed "Boomer"

Boomerang (Daara J album)
Boomerang is an album by Daara J. It was released in 2003 on Wrasse Records. It features musicians such as Rokia Traore, China, Sergeant García, and Desiz LaPeste.-Track listing:

Boomerang (Japanese single)
"Boomerang" is Tenjochiki's 1st Japanese under the Rhythm Zone label and was released in both CD and CD+DVD versions. The title track was also sung in Korean, released in Korea's 1st single "Too Good". The single ranked #110 on the Oricon charts and charted for 1 week, selling 967 copies.-CD Only:# "Boomerang"# "Do You Know?" feat

Boomerang (mobile shooter detection system)
Boomerang is a gunfire locator developed by DARPA and BBN Technologies primarily for use against snipers on mobile vehicles such as the Humvee, Stryker, and MRAP combat vehicles. There were future plans to integrate it into the Land Warrior system.

Boomerang (radio show)
Boomerang was a short-lived radio programme that aired from August 1996-September 1996. There were 4 half-hour episodes and it was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. It starred Keith Barron and Brigit Forsyth.-Notes and references:

Boomerang (Spanish TV channel)
For the original Boomerang channel, see Boomerang .Boomerang is a television channel of old and new cartoons. In their programming are preferredly drawings of Hanna-Barbera, among others. It is Cartoon Network's sister station, a division of Time Warner.Since 2004, Boomerang has also a Spanish version

Boomtown (album)
Boomtown is the title of the second studio album released by American country music singer Toby Keith. Released in 1994 on Polydor Records, the album was certified platinum by the RIAA for U.S. sales of one million copies

Boon
-Places:* Boon Township, Warrick County, Indiana, United States of America* Boon Township, Michigan, USA* Boon Lake Township, Minnesota, USA* Boon Lay, Singapore* Boon Tat Street, Singapore* Boon Keng MRT Station, Singapore-People:

Boondocks (disambiguation)
Boondocks are remote, usually brushy areas. It may also refer to:* The Boondocks , a comic strip by Aaron McGruder* The Boondocks , a television series based on the aforementioned comic strip

Boondocks (song)
"Boondocks" is the title of a song song released by American country music group Little Big Town. It was released in May 2005 as the first single released from their album The Road to Here; in addition, it became their first Top 10 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.-Background and writing:Originally, the song was titled "Waiting For the Sun to Go Down"

Boondoggle
Boondoggle or boon doggle may refer to:* Boondoggle , term for a scheme that wastes time and money* Scoubidou, a knotting and plaiting craft known in the U.S. as "boondoggle"

Boondoggle (project)
A boondoggle is a project that is considered to waste time and money, yet is often continued due to extraneous policy motivations.- Etymology :

Boor
Boor may refer to:*boor, a peasant or uncultured person; one who lacks in education, knowledge, refinement and social graces*Balanda Boor, also Boor, an ethnic group in Sudan*Laughing Boor with a Pot of Beer, painting by Isaac van Ostade

Boos
-Surname:*Tino Boos , a German ice hockey player*Martin Boos, evangelical Roman Catholic theologian*Georgi Boos, the governor of Kaliningrad Oblast of Russia*Count Ludwig von Boos Waldeck

Boost
-Science, technology and mathematics:* Automotive:** Boost, positive manifold pressure in cars, see Turbocharger#Pressure increase.*** a loose term for turbo or supercharger** A slang term meaning to start a vehicle, see jump start

Boost (beverage)
Boost is the brand name of a line of products first introduced in 1995 by Mead Johnson, which was purchased by Novartis along with all its other adult nutrition products by Mead Johnson in 2002, and has been sold to Nestlé along with the Gerber brand on September 1, 2007

Boost (health food)
Boost is a chocolate-flavored health food drink manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline. It was launched in 1977 in India. Brand ambassador for Boost in 1986 was the cricketer Kapil Dev. Sachin Tendulkar became the brand ambassador with his debut in 1989. Virender Sehwag joined in 2002. Later in 2008, Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the brand ambassador

Booster
Booster may refer to:In science and technology:* Booster , a motor-generator set used for voltage regulation in direct current electrical power circuits

Booster (electric power)
A Booster was a motor-generator set used for voltage regulation in direct current electrical power circuits. The development of alternating current and solid-state devices has rendered it obsolete

Booster (Fabbri ride)
Booster is an amusement park ride made by Fabbri. It is a pendulum ride, similar to the later Speed by KMG

Charlie Gillett
Charlie Gillett , was a British radio presenter, musicologist and writer, mainly on rock and roll and other forms of popular music

Charlie Glotzbach
Charles "Charlie: Glotzbach is a former ARCA and was a NASCAR Sprint Cup driver. Charlie holds one of the oldest race records in NASCAR. He was also known as "The Chargin' Comet" and "Chargin' Charlie".

Charlie McCoy
Charles "Charlie" Ray McCoy is an American musician noted for his harmonica playing. In his career, McCoy has backed several notable musicians including Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Tom Astor, Elvis Presley and Ween. He has also recorded thirty-seven studio albums, including fourteen for Monument Records

Charlie Munger
Charles Thomas Munger is an American business magnate, lawyer, investor, and philanthropist. He is Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Corporation, the diversified investment corporation chaired by Warren Buffett; in that capacity, Buffett describes Munger as "my partner." Munger is also the chairman of Wesco Financial Corporation, based in

Charlie Rose
Charles Peete "Charlie" Rose, Jr. is an American television talk show host and journalist. Since 1991 he has hosted Charlie Rose, an interview show distributed nationally by PBS since 1993

Charlotte Brontë
Charlotte Brontë was an English novelist and poet, the eldest of the three Brontë sisters who survived into adulthood, whose novels are English literature standards

Charlotte Delbo
Charlotte Delbo, , was a French writer chiefly known for her haunting memoirs of her time as a prisoner in Auschwitz, where she was sent for her activities as a member of the French resistance.-Early life:

Charlotte, Princess Royal
The Princess Charlotte, Princess Royal was a member of the British Royal Family, the eldest daughter of George III. She was later the Queen Consort of Frederick of Württemberg

Charlottenburg Palace
Charlottenburg Palace is the largest palace in Berlin, Germany, and the only royal residency in the city dating back to the time of the Hohenzollern family. It is located in the Charlottenburg district of the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf burough.The palace was built at the end of the 17th century and was greatly expanded during the 18th century

Charlton, Bristol
Charlton was the name of a small village in Gloucestershire, England, demolished in the late 1940s. It was located between Filton and Cribbs Causeway immediately north of Bristol.-History:

Charminar
Charminar built in 1591 AD, is a landmark monument located in Hyderabad, India. The two words Char Minar of Urdu language are combined to which it is known as Charminar . These are four ornate minarets attached and supported by four grand arches, it has become the global icon of Hyderabad and is listed among the most recognized structures of India

Charoen Pokphand
The Charoen Pokphand Group is a transnational conglomerate that consists of three core businesses that operate in the agribusiness and food, retail and distribution, and the telecommunications industries with investment in 15 countries. Founded in 1921, the CP Group currently employs over 280,000 people with offices and factories located worldwide

Charpy impact test
The Charpy impact test, also known as the Charpy v-notch test, is a standardized high strain-rate test which determines the amount of energy absorbed by a material during fracture. This absorbed energy is a measure of a given material's toughness and acts as a tool to study temperature-dependent brittle-ductile transition

Charring
Charring is a chemical process of incomplete combustion of certain solids when subjected to high heat. The resulting residue matter is called Char. By the action of heat, charring removes hydrogen and oxygen from the solid, so that the remaining char is composed primarily of carbon

Charter Arms
Charter Arms Co. is an American manufacturer of revolvers that are relatively inexpensive yet serviceable handguns. The original Charter Arms produced revolvers chambered in calibers .22 Long Rifle, .22 Winchester Magnum, .32 Long, .32 H&R Magnum, .327 Federal Magnum, .357 Magnum, .38 Special and .44 Special

Charter Communications
Charter Communications is an American company providing cable television, high-speed Internet, and telephone services to more than 4.7 million customers in 25 states. By revenues, it is the fourth-largest cable operator in the United States, behind Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Cox Communications

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China
The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China was a bank founded in London in 1851/1853 by Scotsman James Wilson following the grant of a Royal Charter from Queen Victoria. It opened its first branches in 1858 in Calcutta and Bombay and then in 1863 in Karachi and Shanghai

Chartered Financial Analyst
The Chartered Financial Analyst Program is a graduate level self-study program offered by the CFA Institute to investment and financial professionals

Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy
The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy is a professional institute for accountants working in the public services.CIPFA has 14,000 members who work throughout the public services, in national audit agencies, in major accountancy firms, and in other bodies where public money needs to be managed

Chartism
Chartism was a movement for political and social reform in the United Kingdom during the mid-19th century, between 1838 and 1859. It takes its name from the People's Charter of 1838. Chartism was possibly the first mass working class labour movement in the world

Chartreuse (liqueur)
Chartreuse is a French liqueur made by the Carthusian Monks since the 1740s. It is composed of distilled alcohol aged with 130 herbal extracts. The liqueur is named after the Monks' Grande Chartreuse monastery, located in the Chartreuse Mountains in the general region of Grenoble in France

Charyapada
The Charyapada is a collection of 8th-12th century Vajrayana Buddhist caryagiti, or mystical poems from the tantric tradition in eastern India. Being caryagiti , the Charyapada were intended to be sung. These songs of realization were spontaneously composed verses that expressed a practitioner's experience of the enlightened state

Chase (album)
Chase was the debut album by jazz-rock fusion band Chase.Bill Chase was already a well-established lead trumpet player when he decided to form his own band

Chase Ellison
Chase Ellison is an American actor. He is best known for his roles in Mysterious Skin and Tooth Fairy.-Life and career:

Chase Manhattan Bank
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., doing business as Chase, is a national bank that constitutes the consumer and commercial banking subsidiary of financial services firm JPMorgan Chase. The bank was known as Chase Manhattan Bank until it merged with J.P. Morgan & Co. in 2000

Chase Stevens
Chase Stevens is an American professional wrestler. He is known for his work in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling where he was a member of The Naturals alongside his tag team partner Andy Douglas.-Career:

Chase Utley
Chase Cameron Utley is a second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball. A native of the Greater Los Angeles area, he was raised in the city of Long Beach. He was a star baseball player at Long Beach Polytechnic High School, before moving on to UCLA

Chased by Dinosaurs
Chased by Dinosaurs is a BBC program featuring Nigel Marven as a time-traveller who encounters dinosaurs in the wild. The two-part series, a sequel to Walking with Dinosaurs, was broadcast over Christmas 2002 and featured Nigel and his "team of fellow explorers" encountering prehistoric life over a large range of time, and seeing creatures not featured in the original series

Chasing Redbird
Chasing Redbird is a book by Sharon Creech published in 1997, which is somewhat of a companion to the 1995 Newbery Medal-winning Walk Two Moons. The book centres around Zinnia Taylor, a character who is quiet, as well as outrageous. Zinny sometimes mentions her friend Sal, which may be a reference to Salamanca Hiddle, the protagonist of Walk Two Moons

Chasing Vermeer
Chasing Vermeer is a 2004 children's art mystery novel written by Blue Balliett and illustrated by Brett Helquist. Set in Hyde Park, Chicago near the University of Chicago, the novel follows two children, Calder Pillay and Petra Andalee

Chaska, Minnesota
As of 2005, there were 22,467 people and 8,194 households residing in the city. The population density was 1,640 people per square mile . There were 6,235 housing units at an average density of 454.1 per square mile

Château d'Ussé
The Château d'Ussé is located in the commune of Rigny-Ussé in the Indre-et-Loire département, in France. The stronghold at the edge of the Chinon forest overlooking the Indre Valley was first fortified in the eleventh century by the Norman seigneur of Ussé, Gueldin de Saumur, who surrounded the fort with a palisade on a high terrace

Chater-Lea
Chater-Lea was a British bicycle, car and motor cycle maker with a nine-storey factory in Banner Street in the City of London and, from 1928, premises at Letchworth, Hertfordshire. It was founded by William Chater-Lea in 1900 to make bicycle components. It made cars between 1907 and 1922 and motorcycles from 1903 to 1935

Chatham County, North Carolina
Chatham County is a county located in the Piedmont area of the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of 2000, the population was 49,329. Its county seat is Pittsboro.-History:

Chatham Historic Dockyard
Chatham Historic Dockyard is a maritime museum on part of the site of the former royal/naval dockyard at Chatham in Kent, England.Chatham Dockyard covered 400 acres and was one of the Royal Navy's main facilities for several hundred years until it was closed in 1984. After closure the dockyard was divided into three sections

Chatham-Kent, Ontario
Chatham–Kent is a unitary authority in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Mostly rural, its centres of population are Blenheim, Chatham, Dresden, Ridgetown, Tilbury and Wallaceburg. Modern Chatham–Kent was created in 1998 by the merger of Kent County and its municipalities.- History :The former city of Chatham began as a naval dockyard in the 1790s, as it straddles the Thames River

Chattahoochee, Florida
Chattahoochee is a city in Gadsden County, Florida, United States. The population was 3,287 at the 2000 census. According to the U.S Census estimates of 2005, the city had a population of 3,720. It is part of the Tallahassee, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.-Geography:Chattahoochee is located at .According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of

Chaudhari Devi Lal
Chaudhary Devi Lal Sihag was an Indian politician, freedom fighter, Chief Minister of the state of Haryana and Deputy Prime Minister of India. He was born in a Jaat Hindu family of Sihag clan on 25 September 1914 in Teja Khera village of Sirsa district in Haryana, India.. His mother's name was Shugna Devi and father's name was Ch. Lekh Ram Sihag.Ch

Chauhan
Chauhan, Chouhan or Chohan , , - is a clan who ruled parts of northern India in the Middle Ages. The clan is most famous for Rajput King Maharaja Prithviraj Chauhan

Chauncey Rose
Chauncey Rose was a successful American businessman of the 19th century.-Early life:Chauncey Rose was born in Wethersfield, Connecticut to Scottish immigrants on December 24, 1794. Chauncey was one of eight children, all of whom died childless

Chautara
Chautara is a village in Sindhupalchok District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3734 and had 782 houses in the village.

Chauvet Cave
The Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave is a cave in the Ardèche department of southern France that contains the earliest known cave paintings, as well as other evidence of Upper Paleolithic life. It is located near the commune of Vallon-Pont-d'Arc on a limestone cliff above the former bed of the Ardèche River

Chaves County, New Mexico
-2010:Whereas according to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau:*70.9% White*2.0% Black*1.2% Native American*0.6% Asian*0.1% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander*3.2% Two or more races*22.0% Other races*52.0% Hispanic or Latino -2000:

Chavín de Huantar
Chavín de Huántar is an archaeological site containing ruins and artifacts constructed beginning at least by 1200 BCE and occupied by later cultures until around 400-500 BCE by the Chavín, a major pre-Inca culture. The site is located north of Lima, Peru, at an elevation of , east of the Cordillera Blanca at the start of the Conchucos Valley

CHAYKA
Chayka is a Russian terrestrial radio navigation system, similar to LORAN-C. It is also run on 100 kHz and is described like LORAN-C by its GRI.-Chayka-Chains:There are 5 Chayka-chains in use:

CHCH-TV
CHCH-DT, channel 11, is a television station originating in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, with transmitters located throughout Ontario. CHCH currently operates as an independent station, having previously served as a CBC Television affiliate, and more recently as the flagship station of the now-defunct CH / E! system.Owned and operated by Channel Zero, it is the oldest privately-owned

Che Guevara
Ernesto "Che" Guevara , commonly known as el Che or simply Che, was an Argentine Marxist revolutionary, physician, author, intellectual, guerrilla leader, diplomat and military theorist

Chebyshev filter
Chebyshev filters are analog or digital filters having a steeper roll-off and more passband ripple or stopband ripple than Butterworth filters

Check valve
A check valve, clack valve, non-return valve or one-way valve is a mechanical device, a valve, which normally allows fluid to flow through it in only one direction.

Cheddar Gorge and Caves
Cheddar Gorge is a limestone gorge in the Mendip Hills, near the village of Cheddar in Somerset, England. The gorge is the site of the Cheddar show caves, where Britain's oldest complete human skeleton, Cheddar Man, estimated to be 9,000 years old, was found in 1903. Older remains from the Upper Late Palaeolithic era have been found

Cheddar Reservoir
Cheddar Reservoir is an artificial reservoir in Somerset, England, operated by Bristol Water. Dating from the 1930s it has a capacity of 135 million gallons . The reservoir is supplied with water taken from the Cheddar Yeo river in Cheddar Gorge

Cheech and Chong
Cheech & Chong are a comedy duo consisting of Richard "Cheech" Marin and Tommy Chong, who found a wide audience in the 1970s and 1980s for their films and stand-up routines, which were based on the hippie and free love era, and especially drug culture movements, most notably their love for cannabis.-Career:The duo released many successful comedy albums, and starred in a series of

Cheerios
Cheerios is a brand of breakfast cereal by General Mills introduced on May 1, 1941 as the first oat-based, ready-to-eat cold cereal. Originally named CheeriOats, the name was changed to Cheerios in 1945 because of a trade name dispute with Quaker Oats. The name fit the "O" shape of the cereal pieces

Cheerwine
Cheerwine is a cherry-flavored soft drink produced by the Carolina Beverage Corporation of Salisbury, North Carolina. It has been produced since 1917 by "the oldest continuing soft drink company still run by the same family".- Overview and history :

Cheese
Cheese is a generic term for a diverse group of milk-based food products. Cheese is produced throughout the world in wide-ranging flavors, textures, and forms.

Cheese Board Collective
The Cheese Board Collective in Berkeley, California, comprises two worker owned and operated businesses: a cheese shop/bakery commonly referred to as "The Cheese Board," and a pizzeria known as "Cheese Board Pizza." The Cheese Board is located at 1504 Shattuck Ave and Cheese Board Pizza is located two doors down the street at 1512 Shattuck Ave in a neighborhood of Berkeley known as the

Cheeseburger
A cheeseburger is a hamburger with cheese that has been added to it. Traditionally, the cheese is placed on top of the patty, but the burger can include many variations in structure, ingredients, and composition

Cheetah
The cheetah is a large-sized feline inhabiting most of Africa and parts of the Middle East. The cheetah is the only extant member of the genus Acinonyx, most notable for modifications in the species' paws

Cheetah3D
Cheetah3d is a computer graphics program for 3D modelling, animation and rendering. It is written in Cocoa for Mac OS X. The program is aimed at beginning and amateur 3D artists. It offers a number of medium- and high-end features in conjunction with a relatively simple user interface. Its simplicity is what makes it stand apart from other programs

Cheez Whiz
Cheez Whiz is a thick processed cheese sauce or spread sold by Kraft Foods. It was developed by a team led by food scientist Edwin Traisman and was first marketed in 1953.

Cheez-It
Cheez-It is an American snack food cracker manufactured by the Kellogg Company through the Sunshine Biscuits division. They are roughly 26 by 24 mm rectangular crackers made with wheat flour, vegetable oil, sharp yellow cheese, salt, and spices

Chef
A chef is a person who cooks professionally for other people. Although over time the term has come to describe any person who cooks for a living, traditionally it refers to a highly skilled professional who is proficient in all aspects of food preparation.-Etymology:The word "chef" is borrowed from the French term chef de cuisine, the director or head of a

Chegunta
Chegunta is the Mandal Headquarters by its own in name in Medak district of Andhra Pradesh. It is located on the NH7 about 62km from state capital Hyderabad. It is also the train line between Secunderabad-Nizamabad-Mumbai with Famous station named "Wadiaram".It is famous for Sri Venkateshwara Temple, Sri Hanuman Temple and Sri kanyaka Parmeshwari Temple

Cheiro
William John Warner, known as Cheiro, was an Irish astrologer and colorful occult figure of the early 20th century. His sobriquet, Cheiro, derives from the word cheiromancy, meaning palmistry. He was a self-described clairvoyant who taught palmistry, astrology, and Chaldean numerology

Chelation
Chelation is the formation or presence of two or more separate coordinate bonds between apolydentate ligand and a single central atom.

Cheletropic reaction
thumb|300px|right|Pericyclic ReactionsCheletropic reactions are a type of pericyclic reaction. A pericyclic reaction is one that involves a transition state with a cyclic array of atoms and an associated cyclic array of interacting orbitals. A reorganization of σ and π bonds occurs in this cyclic array.Specifically, cheletropic reactions are a subclass of cycloadditions

Chelsea College of Art and Design
Chelsea College of Art and Design, the erstwhile Chelsea School of Art, is a constituent college of the University of the Arts London, and is a leading British art and design institution with an international reputation

Chelsea porcelain factory
The Chelsea porcelain manufactory is the first important porcelain manufactory in England; its earliest soft-paste porcelain, aimed at the aristocratic market—cream jugs in the form of two seated goats—are dated 1745

Chelsea, London
Chelsea is an area of West London, England, bounded to the south by the River Thames, where its frontage runs from Chelsea Bridge along the Chelsea Embankment, Cheyne Walk, Lots Road and Chelsea Harbour. Its eastern boundary was once defined by the River Westbourne, which is now in a pipe above Sloane Square tube station

Cheltenham South and Leckhampton railway station
Cheltenham South and Leckhampton railway station in Gloucestershire served the village of Leckhampton and the southern outskirts of Cheltenham Spa.-History: