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Bottle opener
A bottle opener is a device that enables the removal of metal bottle caps from bottles. More generally, it might be thought to include corkscrews used to remove cork or plastic stoppers from wine bottles.

Bottleneck
A bottleneck is a phenomenon where the performance or capacity of an entire system is limited by a single or limited number of components or resources. The term bottleneck is taken from the 'assets are water' metaphor. As water is poured out of a bottle, the rate of outflow is limited by the width of the conduit of exit—that is, bottleneck

Bottleneck
A bottleneck is a phenomenon where the performance or capacity of an entire system is limited by a single or limited number of components or resources. The term bottleneck is taken from the 'assets are water' metaphor. As water is poured out of a bottle, the rate of outflow is limited by the width of the conduit of exit—that is, bottleneck

Bottleneck
A bottleneck is a phenomenon where the performance or capacity of an entire system is limited by a single or limited number of components or resources. The term bottleneck is taken from the 'assets are water' metaphor. As water is poured out of a bottle, the rate of outflow is limited by the width of the conduit of exit—that is, bottleneck

Bottler
Bottler may refer to:*Bottling company, a company which mixes drink ingredients and fills up cans and bottles with the drink.*"Bottler" also a name used to describe truck bodies with roll-up side doors specifically designed to carry soda and/or beer bottles, and even propane tanks.*"Bottler" is also a character created by Irish stand-up comedian Brendan Grace; in the comedy sketch,

Bottles (1936 film)
Bottles is a 1936 MGM cartoon directed by Hugh Harman and produced by Rudolf Ising.

Bottom
Bottom normally means the base, or the lowest point, of an object or geographic feature. It can also refer to:* Buttocks, portions of the anatomy on the posterior of the pelvic region of apes and humans, and many other bipeds or quadrupeds

Bottom Dollar (album)
Bottom Dollar is the debut solo album by Canadian recording artist Nathan Wiley, released in 2002.-Track listing:#Bottom Dollar Baby#Comeback#Black Bones#Home#I Come Down#Renegade#Long Gone#Till I'm Better#Straight and Sober

Bottom feeder
A bottom feeder is an aquatic animal that feeds on or near the bottom of a body of water. The body of water could be the ocean, a lake, a river, or an aquarium. Bottom feeder is a general term which is used particularly in the context of aquariums

Bottom Feeders (album)
-Track listing:All songs written by Guy Kyser, except "Rocket USA" and "Atomic Imagery" .# "Ain't That Lovin' You Baby" - 3:54

Bottom Line
The Bottom Line was a music venue at 15 West Fourth Street between Mercer Street and Greene Street in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City

Bottom line (disambiguation)
Bottom line may refer to:*The Bottom Line, a biweekly alternative student newspaper sponsored by the Associated Students of the University of California Santa Barbara

Bottom quark
The bottom quark, also known as the beauty quark, is a third-generation quark with a charge of − e. Although all quarks are described in a similar way by the quantum chromodynamics, the bottom quark's large bare mass , combined with low values of the CKM matrix elements Vub and Vcb, gives it a distinctive

Bottom-up
Bottom-up may refer to:* In business development, a bottom-up approach means that the adviser takes the needs and wishes of the would-be entrepreneur as the starting point, rather than a market opportunity .

BottomFeeder
BottomFeeder is a cross-platform aggregator. It is written by , an employee of Cincom in their language Cincom Smalltalk.Like other RSS aggregators it allows you to subscribe to websites to find new content in a push style update instead of manually checking their websites periodically with a web browser.BottomFeeder is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux ,

Bottomless pit
Bottomless pit may refer to:* Bottomless pit , a place where demons are imprisoned* Bottomless Pit , an indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois

Bottoms Up (1960 film)
Bottoms Up is a 1960 British comedy film.It stars Jimmy Edwards in a spin-off of his TV comedy series Whack-O!, playing a seedy headmaster.The plot involves Melvyn Hayes playing a Cockney youth who tries to impersonate an Indian prince.-Cast list:

Bottoms Up (disambiguation)
Bottoms Up may refer to:*Bottoms Up , an album by Obie Trice*"Bottoms Up", a song by Keke Palmer from her debut album So Uncool

Bottoms Up (film)
Bottoms Up is a romantic comedy film that stars Jason Mewes and Paris Hilton. The film was directed by Erik MacArthur who is also one of the co-authors of the screenplay. The film was poorly received.-Plot:

Botulism
Botulism also known as botulinus intoxication is a rare but serious paralytic illness caused by botulinum toxin which is metabolic waste produced under anaerobic conditions by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, and affecting a wide range of mammals, birds and fish

Bou
Bou is a commune in the Loiret department in north-central France.

Bou (disambiguation)
Bou is a town and commune in the Loiret département of northern-central France.Bou or BOU may also refer to:* Bou Keng Wan, one of the two main characters in the manhua series Fung Wan

Boucher (surname)
Boucher is a surname that evolved during the medieval era in the French region of Champagne. It was an occupational name for someone who worked as a butcher

Boudes
Boudes is a commune in the Puy-de-Dôme department in Auvergne in central France.-References:*

Boudoir
A boudoir is a lady's private bedroom, sitting room or dressing room. The term derives from the French verb bouder, meaning "to be sulky" or boudeur, meaning "sulky".- In architecture :

Boue
Boue may refer to:*Boué, a commune in the Aisne department of France*Ami Boué, an Austrian geologist

Bouffant
A bouffant is a type of hairstyle characterized by hair piled high on the head and hanging down on the sides.-History:The bouffant was a mainstream hairstyle in the mid-to-late 18th century in western Europe. It was thought to be created for Marie Antoinette, as she had relatively thin hair and wanted to create the illusion of having very full hair

Bouillabaisse
Bouillabaisse is a seafood soup made with various kinds of cooked fish and shellfish and vegetables, flavored with a variety of herbs and spices such as garlic, orange peel, basil, bay leaf, fennel and saffron. Bouillabaisse is a traditional Provençal fish stew originating from the port city of Marseille

Bouillon
Bouillon is a municipality in Belgium. It lies in the country's Walloon Region and Luxembourg Province.The municipality, which covers 149.09 km², had 5,477 inhabitants, giving a population density of 36.7 inhabitants per km².- History :

Boule
The term Boule may refer to:* Boule , plural boulai, an assembly forming part of city governments in Ancient Greece* Boule , a block of synthetically produced crystal material

Boule (bread)
Boule, from the French for "ball", is a traditional shape of French bread, resembling a squashed ball. It is a rustic loaf shape that can be made of any type of flour. A boule can be leavened with commercial yeast, chemical leavening, or even wild yeast sourdough.-External links:*

Boule (Community)
Boule refers to a community of the Ivory Coast in West Africa.

Boulet
-People:* Gerry Boulet , Canadian rock singer and lead vocal of Offenbach* Jeanie Boulet, Fictional character from the television series ER* Julie Boulet , Canadian politician and Quebec provincial Cabinet minister

Boulevard
A Boulevard is type of road, usually a wide, multi-lane arterial thoroughfare, divided with a median down the centre, and roadways along each side designed as slow travel and parking lanes and for bicycle and pedestrian usage, often with an above-average quality of landscaping and scenery

Boulevard (1994 film)
Boulevard is a 1994 crime thriller film starring Rae Dawn Chong and Lou Diamond Phillips.-Plot:The film is about a woman named Jennefer who runs from her abusive husband, gives her baby up for adoption and ends up on the streets during a grim and cold winter in Toronto. She's taken in by a prostitute named Ola

Boulevard (band)
Boulevard was a Canadian band formed in the mid-1980s by Mark Holden and Randy Gould . The band broke up in 1991.-History:

Boulevard (disambiguation)
A boulevard is a type of road, typically a wider more formal road.Boulevard may also refer to:-Film:* Boulevard , French drama* Boulevard , American thriller-Magazines:

Boulevard (magazine)
Boulevard magazine, published by St. Louis University, is an American literary magazine that publishes award-winning prose and poetry. Boulevard has been called "one of the half-dozen best literary journals" by Poet Laureate Daniel Hoffman in The Philadelphia Inquirer.- Overview :Richard Burgin founded the magazine in 1985 and continues as the editor.The magazine has

Boulonnais (land area)
The Boulonnais is a coastal area of northern France, around Calais and Boulogne-sur-Mer. It has a curved belt of chalk downs which run into the sea at both ends, and geologically is the east end of the Weald-Artois Anticline.- Administration :

Boulot
Boulot is a commune in the Haute-Saône department in the region of Franche-Comté in eastern France.-References:*

Bounce
Bounce or The Bounce may refer to:* Deflection , the event where an object collides with and bounces against a plane surface-Music:* Bounce music, a style of hip hop music that originated in New Orleans

Bounce (Bon Jovi album)
- Promo Album Sampler :# "Everyday" – 3:00# "All About Lovin' You" – 3:46# "Bounce" – 3:11

Bounce (golf)
In golf, Bounce, or bounce angle, is a term used to describe the angle inscribed by the leading edge of a golfing iron , the sole of the club, and the ground. In plainer terms, bounce angle is an indication of how much the sole, or bottom-most part, of the club head lifts the leading edge

Bounce (Sarah Connor song)
"Bounce" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor from her second studio album, Unbelievable . Written by Bülent Aris, Toni Cottura, and Anthony Freeman, it was released as the album's fourth and final single, as well as the lead single from her self-titled U.S. debut album, Sarah Connor . The track samples Mary J

Bounce (Terence Blanchard album)
Bounce is a 2003 jazz album by Terence Blanchard, released through Blue Note.- Background :Bounce is the Blue Note recording debut of trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard. The album is a mix of the sounds of Africa, Brazil and America, with the styles of swing, hard bop, free form, groove and early 70's fusion

Bouncer
Bouncer or The Bouncer may refer to:* Bouncer , a person who provides security at a public venue* Bouncer or BNC, a piece of software used to relay traffic and connections in computer networksIn sport:

Bouncer (comics)
Bouncer, in comics, can refer to:* Bouncer , a Golden Age character and comic book series* Bouncer , a Western comics series by François Boucq and Alejandro Jodorowsky

Bouncer (Fox Feature Syndicate)
The Bouncer was a fictional superhero that appeared in comic books published by Fox Feature Syndicate. Created by writer Robert Kanigher and artist Louis Ferstadt, the Bouncer first appeared in The Bouncer . His final appearance was in The Bouncer #14

Bouncer (Neighbours)
Bouncer is a fictional Labrador Retriever from the Australian Network Ten soap opera Neighbours. He made his first on-screen appearance on 4 February 1987 and he exited the series on 12 February 1993 after six years

Bound
Bound may refer to:*Upper and lower bounds, observed limits of mathematical functions*Terms or bounds, segments of each astrological sign that are said to have different ruling planets*Bound state, in physics*Bounds checking, in computer programming

Bound (car)
The Bound was a British 4 wheeled cyclecar made in 1920 by Bound Brothers of Southampton, England.The car had single seat bodywork and was very narrow. Power came from a single cylinder Precision engine rated at 3½ horsepower and drive was to the rear wheels via a friction transmission. Very few were made.

Boundary
Boundary may refer to:*Border* in psychology,**Personal boundaries* in mathematics,**Boundary , the closure minus the interior of a subset of a topological space; an edge in the topology of manifolds, as in the case of a 'manifold with boundary'**Boundary value problem, a differential equation together with a set of additional restraints called

Bounder (Farthing Wood)
Bounder is a resident of White Deer Park and the son of Scarface and Lady Blue. Bounder is Scarface's most loyal cub. He is killed by Adder later on in season 2. He had three siblings, Ranger, an unnamed brother, and an unnamed sister.

Bounder (video game)
Bounder is an action game developed and published by Gremlin Graphics in 1985.-Gameplay:The player controls a tennis ball which is used to navigate courses, composed of numerous tiles, which are suspended high above ground

Boundless
Boundless is the second album of Finnish a cappella ensemble Rajaton, released on October 26, 2001. To reach out to a wider audience, Rajaton released this CD with all but two songs in English.-Tracks:Title

Bountiful
Bountiful may refer to:*Bountiful refers to two historical places:*Bountiful , location in Arabia*Bountiful , a city in the Americas* Bountiful, Utah, United States* Bountiful, British Columbia, Canada

Bounty
Bounty may refer to:* Bounty , an amount of money or other reward offered by an organization for the capture of a person or thingIn transportation:, an 18th century British Royal Navy ship

Bounty Hunter (comics)
Bounty Hunter is a fictional American comic book character, owned by Marvel Comics, who exists in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The Bounty Hunter appeared in Ghost Rider #30–32 , and he was created by Don Perlin and Roger McKenzie.-Fictional character biography:Haskill was a 19th century bounty hunter who died owing a debt to the Devil Bounty Hunter is a fictional American comic book character, owned by Marvel Comics, who exists in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The Bounty Hunter appeared in Ghost Rider #30–32 (June–October 1978), and he was created by Don Perlin and Roger McKenzie.-Fictional character biography:Haskill was a 19th century bounty hunter who died owing a debt to the Devil Bounty Hunter is a fictional American comic book character, owned by Marvel Comics, who exists in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The Bounty Hunter appeared in Ghost Rider #30–32 (June–October 1978), and he was created by Don Perlin and Roger McKenzie.-Fictional character biography:Haskill was a 19th century bounty hunter who died owing a debt to the Devil (commonly

Bounty hunter (disambiguation)
A bounty hunter is an individual who seeks out fugitives for a monetary reward.Bounty hunter or bounty hunters may also refer to:In gaming:* Mace Griffin: Bounty Hunter, a first person shooter on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC

Bouquet
Bouquet, a word of French origin, pronounced , may refer to:* Bouquet , a fragrance or odor, especially when used as a description of wine* Flower bouquet, an arrangement of cut flowers* Fruit bouquet, a fruits arrangement in the form of bouquet

Bourbon
- Food and drink :* Bourbon whiskey, an American whiskey made using a corn-based mash* Bourbon biscuit, a chocolate sandwich biscuit* A beer produced by Brasseries de Bourbon* Bourbon coffee, a type of coffee made from a cultivar of coffea arabica

Bourdon
Bourdon, bordun, or bordone normally denotes a stopped flute/flue type of pipe in an organ characterized by a very dark, heavy tone, strong in fundamental, with a quint transient but relatively little overtone development

Bourdon
Bourdon derives from the French for bumblebee, and may refer to:* A Bourdon , the lowest bell in a set* A Bourdon , a stopped organ pipe of a construction favored for low pitches

Bourgeoisie
In sociology and political science, bourgeoisie describes a range of groups across history. In the Western world, between the late 18th century and the present day, the bourgeoisie is a social class "characterized by their ownership of capital and their related culture." A member of the bourgeoisie is a bourgeois or 'capitalist', and, according to Marxist and much contemporary

Bourgogne
Burgundy is one of the 27 regions of France.The name comes from the Burgundians, an ancient Germanic people who settled in the area in early Middle-age. The region of Burgundy is both larger than the old Duchy of Burgundy and smaller than the area ruled by the Dukes of Burgundy, from the modern Netherlands to the border of Auvergne

Bourn
Bourn is a small village and civil parish in South Cambridgeshire, England. Surrounding villages include Caxton, Eltisley and Cambourne. It is 8 miles from the county town of Cambridge. The population of the parish was 1,764 people at the time of the 2001 census.Bourn has a Church of England primary school, a doctors' surgery, the Church of St. Mary & St

Bourne
-General:*A winterbourne * Bourne , a surname*The Bourne shell, in Unix*Jason Bourne, a fictional character who is the protagonist of a trilogy of novels by Robert Ludlum and of a film series based on the books*Bourne Co

Chicago, Missouri and Western Railway
The Chicago, Missouri and Western Railway , was a Class II railroad that operated in the midwest of the United States between 1987 and 1990

Chicano
The terms "Chicano" and "Chicana" are used in reference to U.S. citizens of Mexican descent. However, those terms have a wide range of meanings in various parts of the world. The term began to be widely used during the Chicano Movement, mainly among Mexican Americans, especially in the movement's peak in the late 1960s and early 1970s

Chicano Moratorium
The Chicano Moratorium, formally known as the National Chicano Moratorium Committee, was a movement of Chicano anti-war activists that built a broad-based coalition of Mexican-American groups to organize opposition to the Vietnam War

Chicano Movement
The Chicano Movement of the 1960s, also called the Chicano Civil Rights Movement, also known as El Movimiento, is an extension of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement which began in the 1940s with the stated goal of achieving Mexican American empowerment.-Origins:The Chicano Movement encompassed a broad cross section of issues—from restoration of land

Chicha
For the musical genre, see Peruvian cumbiaChicha is a term used in some regions of Latin America for several varieties of fermented and non-fermented beverages, rather often to those derived from maize and similar non-alcoholic beverages

Chick Corea
Armando Anthony "Chick" Corea is an American jazz pianist, keyboardist, and composer.Many of his compositions are considered jazz standards. As a member of Miles Davis' band in the 1960s, he participated in the birth of the electric jazz fusion movement. In the 1970s he formed Return to Forever

Chick-fil-A
Chick-fil-A |"fillet"]]) is a quick service restaurant chain headquartered in College Park, Georgia, United States, specializing in chicken entrées and is known for promoting the company founder's claims of Christian values. Long associated with the southern United States, where it has been a cultural icon, the chain has expanded

Chickasaw
The Chickasaw are Native American people originally from the region that would become the Southeastern United States

Chickasaw Nation
The Chickasaw Nation is a federally recognized Native American nation, located in Oklahoma. They are one of the members of the Five Civilized Tribes. The Five Civilized Tribes were differentiated from other Indian reservations in that they had semi-autonomous constitutional governments and delegates in the U.S. House of Representatives

Chicken
The chicken is a domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the Red Junglefowl. As one of the most common and widespread domestic animals, and with a population of more than 24 billion in 2003, there are more chickens in the world than any other species of bird

Chicken (food)
Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world, and is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture.- History :

Chicken feet
Chicken feet are a part of the chicken that is eaten in Mexican, Chinese, Trinidadian, Jamaican, South African, Peruvian, Dominican, Philippine cuisine and middle east. Most of the edible meat on the feet consists of skin and tendons, without much muscle. This gives the feet a distinct texture different from the rest of the chicken's meat

Chicken nugget
A chicken nugget is a molded piece of chicken product, breaded or battered, then fried or baked. Fast food restaurants typically deep fry their nuggets in vegetable oil, such as coconut oil.

Chicken of the VNC
Chicken of the VNC is a Virtual Network Computing client for Mac OS X licensed under the GNU General Public License. Development has been stalled since 2005

Chicken Ranch (Texas)
The Chicken Ranch was as an illegal but tolerated brothel in the U.S. state of Texas that operated from 1905 until 1973. It was located in Fayette County about 2.5 miles east of downtown La Grange

Chickenpox
Chickenpox or chicken pox is a highly contagious illness caused by primary infection with varicella zoster virus . It usually starts with vesicular skin rash mainly on the body and head rather than at the periphery and becomes itchy, raw pockmarks, which mostly heal without scarring

Chickpea
The chickpea is a legume of the family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae

Chickrala
Chakrala is the oldest and the largest village a seat of Hindu Tribe Chikar , of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.It was captured by Local Muslims in the 13th century by the aid of invaders from the North-western tribes

Chico (Amtrak station)
The Chico Amtrak station is a passenger station in Chico, California served by Amtrak. Formerly a Southern Pacific Railroad depot, it is located at Fifth and Orange Streets and is used by Amtrak's Coast Starlight service.

Chico Mendes
Francisco Alves Mendes Filho, better known as Chico Mendes , was a Brazilian rubber tapper, trade union leader and environmentalist. He fought to preserve the Amazon rainforest, and advocated for the human rights of Brazilian peasants and indigenous peoples

Chico the Rainmaker
Chico the Rainmaker was an English TV show made by Eyeline Films and the Children's Film Foundation.It was shown in 1974 on PBS in the USA, and broadcast in many UK cinemas in the 1970s and 1980s as part of their "Saturday Matinees".

Chicory
Common chicory, Cichorium intybus, is a somewhat woody, perennial herbaceous plant usually with bright blue flowers, rarely white or pink. Various varieties are cultivated for salad leaves, chicons , or for roots , which are baked, ground, and used as a coffee substitute and additive. It is also grown as a forage crop for livestock

Chicxulub Crater
The Chicxulub crater is an ancient impact crater buried underneath the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. Its center is located near the town of Chicxulub, after which the crater is named

Chidambaram Temple
Thillai Natarajah Temple, Chidambaram is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located in the town of Chidambaram, East-Central Tamil Nadu, South India. The temple is known as the foremost of all temples to Saivites and has influenced worship, architecture, sculpture and performance art for over two millennium

Chief Buffalo
Chief Buffalo was an Ojibwa leader born at La Pointe in the Apostle Islands group of Lake Superior, in what is now northern Wisconsin, USA

Chief Executive of Hong Kong
The Chief Executive of Hong Kong is the President of the Executive Council of Hong Kong and head of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The position was created to replace the Governor of Hong Kong, who was the head of the Hong Kong government during British rule

Chief executive officer
A chief executive officer , managing director , Executive Director for non-profit organizations, or chief executive is the highest-ranking corporate officer or administrator in charge of total management of an organization

Chief Joseph
Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt, popularly known as Chief Joseph, or Young Joseph was the leader of the Wal-lam-wat-kain band of Nez Perce during General Oliver O. Howard's attempt to forcibly remove his band and the other "non-treaty" Nez Perce to a reservation in Idaho

Chief Justice of India
The Chief Justice of India is the highest-ranking judge in the Supreme Court of India, and thus holds the highest judicial position in India. As well as presiding in the Supreme Court, the Chief Justice also head its administrative functions.

Chief Justice of the Philippines
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines presides over the Supreme Court of the Philippines and is the highest judicial officer of the government of the Philippines

Chief Kitsap
Kitsap or Ktsap was a war chief of the Suquamish Tribe. Born 1770/80-Died April 18, 1860. One source says that he was the most powerful chief on Puget Sound from 1790 to 1845

Chief Logan
Logan the Orator was a Native American orator and war leader born in the Iroquois Confederacy. Although he was of the Cayuga nation, after his 1760s move to the Ohio Country, he was sometimes referred to as a Mingo. His revenge for the killing of family members by American frontiersmen helped spark the 1774 conflict known as Dunmore's War

Chief of Staff of the United States Army
The Chief of Staff of the Army is a statutory office held by a four-star general in the United States Army, and is the most senior uniformed officer assigned to serve in the Department of the Army, and as such is the principal military advisor and a deputy to the Secretary of the Army; and is in a separate capacity a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff , and thereby

Chief Petty Officer
A chief petty officer is a senior non-commissioned officer in many navies and coast guards.-Canada:"Chief Petty Officer" refers to two ranks in the Canadian Navy

Chief Powhatan
Chief Powhatan , whose proper name was Wahunsenacawh , was the paramount chief of Tsenacommacah, an alliance of Algonquian-speaking Virginia Indians in the Tidewater region of Virginia at the time English settlers landed at Jamestown in 1607

Chihuahua (dog)
The ' is the smallest breed of dog and is so named for the state of Chihuahua in Mexico. Chihuahuas come in a wide variety of sizes, head shapes, colors and coat lengths.-History:

Chihuahua al Pacífico
The Ferrocarril Chihuahua al Pacífico , also known as El Chepe from its reporting mark CHP, or Ferrocarril Chihuahua-Pacífico is a major rail line in northwest Mexico, linking the city of Chihuahua, Chihuahua, to the city of Los Mochis, Sinaloa and its port Topolobampo

Chihuahuan Desert
The Chihuahuan Desert is a desert, and an ecoregion designation, that straddles the U.S.-Mexico border in the central and northern portions of the Mexican Plateau, bordered on the west by the extensive Sierra Madre Occidental range, and overlaying northern portions of the east range, the Sierra Madre Oriental. On the U.S

Chikan (embroidery)
Chikan is a traditional embroidery style from Lucknow, India. Literally translated, the word means embroidery. Believed to have been introduced by Nur Jehan, Mughal emperor Jahangir's wife, it is one of Lucknow's most famous textile decoration styles.

Chilaiditi syndrome
Chilaiditi syndrome is a rare condition when pain occurs due to transposition of a loop of large intestine in between the diaphragm and the liver, visible on plain abdominal X-ray or chest X-ray.

Child abduction
Child abduction or Child theft is the unauthorized removal of a minor from the custody of the child's natural or legally appointed guardians.

Child custody
Child custody and guardianship are legal terms which are used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent and his or her child, such as the right of the parent to make decisions for the child, and the parent's duty to care for the child.Following ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in most countries, terms such as

Child custody laws in the United States
Child custody and guardianship are legal terms which are sometimes used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent and his or her child, such as the right of the parent to make decisions for the child, and the parent's duty to care for the child

Child labor
Child labour refers to the employment of children at regular and sustained labour. This practice is considered exploitative by many international organizations and is illegal in many countries

Child prodigy
A child prodigy is someone who, at an early age, masters one or more skills far beyond his or her level of maturity. One criterion for classifying prodigies is: a prodigy is a child, typically younger than 18 years old, who is performing at the level of a highly trained adult in a very demanding field of endeavour.The giftedness of prodigies is determined by the degree of their talent

Child support
In family law and public policy, child support is an ongoing, periodic payment made by a parent for the financial benefit of a child following the end of a marriage or other relationship

Child Support Agency Australia
The Child Support Agency is an Australian Government organisation which was established in 1988 to administer the assessment and collection of child support under the Australian Government's Child Support Scheme.-Overview:

Children's Medical Center (Dallas)
Children's Medical Center is the only academic healthcare system in Dallas-Fort Worth dedicated solely to the comprehensive care of children from birth to age 18. Its mission as a private, not-for-profit, pediatric hospital system is “to make life better for children.”Children's has grown to include two hospitals – one in Dallas and one in Plano – and several other outpatient centers

Chile
Chile ,officially the Republic of Chile , is a country in South America occupying a long, narrow coastal strip between the Andes mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south

Chilean Navy
-Independence Wars of Chile and Peru :The Chilean Navy dates back to 1817. A year before, following the Battle of Chacabuco, General Bernardo O'Higgins prophetically declared "this victory and another hundred shall be of no significance if we do not gain control of the sea".This led to the development of the Chilean Navy, and the first legal resolutions outlining the organization

Chilean peso
The peso is the currency of Chile. The current peso has circulated since 1975, with a previous version circulating between 1817 and 1960. The symbol used locally for it is $. The ISO 4217 code for the present peso is CLP. It is subdivided into 100 centavos, although no centavo denominated coins remain in circulation

Chilean recluse
The Chilean recluse spider is a venomous spider, Loxosceles laeta, of the family Sicariidae . In Spanish, it is known as , or "corner spider"; in Portuguese, as or "brown spider"

Chilean rose tarantula
The Chilean rose tarantula , also known as the Chilean flame tarantula, Chilean fire tarantula or the Chilean red-haired tarantula or the Chilean rose hair tarantula , is probably the most common species of tarantula available in pet stores today, due to the large number of wild-caught specimens exported

Chilka Lake
Chilka Lake is a brackish water lagoon, spread over the Puri, Khurda and Ganjam districts of Orissa state on the east coast of India, at the mouth of the Daya River, flowing into the Bay of Bengal

Chill (foundry)
A chill is an object used to promote solidification in a specific portion of a metal casting mold. Normally the metal in the mold cools at a certain rate relative to thickness of the casting. When the geometry of the molding cavity prevents directional solidification from occurring naturally, a chill can be strategically placed to help promote it

Chiller
A chiller is a machine that removes heat from a liquid via a vapor-compression or absorption refrigeration cycle. This liquid can then be circulated through a heat exchanger to cool air or equipment as required.-Use in air conditioning:

Chillicothe, Ohio
Chillicothe is a city in and the county seat of Ross County, Ohio, United States.Chillicothe was the first and third capital of Ohio and is located in southern Ohio along the Scioto River. The name comes from the Shawnee name Chalahgawtha, meaning "principal town", as it was a major settlement of that people

Chillingham Castle
Chillingham Castle is a medieval castle in the village of Chillingham in the northern part of Northumberland, England. It was the seat of the Grey family and their descendants the Earls of Tankerville from the 13th century until the 1980s. The Chillingham Wild Cattle, formerly associated with the Tankerville family, may be viewed from the castle grounds

Chimborazo (volcano)
Chimborazo is a currently inactive stratovolcano located in the Cordillera Occidental range of the Andes. Its last known eruption is believed to have occurred around 550 AD.

Chimney
A chimney is a structure for venting hot flue gases or smoke from a boiler, stove, furnace or fireplace to the outside atmosphere. Chimneys are typically vertical, or as near as possible to vertical, to ensure that the gases flow smoothly, drawing air into the combustion in what is known as the stack, or chimney, effect. The space inside a chimney is called a flue

Chimpanzee
Chimpanzee, sometimes colloquially chimp, is the common name for the two extant species of ape in the genus Pan. The Congo River forms the boundary between the native habitat of the two species:

Chin Lin Sou
Chin Lin Sou was an influential leader in the Chinese American community and prominent figure in Colorado. He immigrated to the United States from Guangzhou, China, in 1859 at the age of 22. Chin stood out amongst his Chinese peers at the time in the United States as he dressed like a westerner and spoke perfect English

Chin-up
The chin-up is a strength training exercise. The verb chinning means to do them. People frequently do this exercise with the intention of strengthening muscles such as the latissimus dorsi and biceps, which extend the shoulder and flex the elbow, respectively.It is a form of pull-up in which the range of motion is established in relation

China
Chinese civilization may refer to:* China for more general discussion of the country.* Chinese culture* Greater China, the transnational community of ethnic Chinese.* History of China* Sinosphere, the area historically affected by Chinese culture

China 9, Liberty 37
China 9, Liberty 37 is an Italian-Spanish 1978 western film directed by Monte Hellman, starring Warren Oates, Jenny Agutter, and Fabio Testi. The film was shot in locations in Spain and Italy by cinematographer Giuseppe Rotunno. Pino Donaggio composed the musical score

China Academy of Art
China Academy of Art is the highest university of art in China. It was founded in Hangzhou in 1928 by the government of Republic of China.-Introduction:

China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation
The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation is the main contractor for the Chinese space program. It is state-owned and has a number of subordinate entities which design, develop and manufacture a range of spacecraft, launch vehicles, strategic and tactical missile systems, and ground equipment

China Airlines
China Airlines is both the flag carrier and the largest airline of Republic of China . Although not directly state-owned, the airline is owned by China Airlines Group, which is owned by the China Aviation Development Foundation

China Burma India Theater of World War II
China Burma India Theater was the name used by the United States Army for its forces operating in conjunction with British and Chinese Allied air and land forces in China, Burma, and India during World War II

China Development Bank
The China Development Bank is a financial institution in the People's Republic of China under the direct jurisdiction of the State Council. It is the only bank in China whose governor is a full minister