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Brain fart
A brain fart is slang for a special kind of abnormal brain activity which results in human error while performing a repetitive task, or more generally denoting a degree of mental laxity or any task-related forgetfulness, such as forgetting how to hold a fork

Brain fart
A brain fart is slang for a special kind of abnormal brain activity which results in human error while performing a repetitive task, or more generally denoting a degree of mental laxity or any task-related forgetfulness, such as forgetting how to hold a fork

Brain Thrust Mastery
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Brain Wave
Brain Wave is a science fiction novel by Poul Anderson first published in serial form in Space Science Fiction in 1953, and then as a novel in 1954

Brain-Washing (book)
Brain-Washing , sometimes referred to as "The Brainwashing Manual", is a book published by the Church of Scientology in 1955. It purports to be a condensation of the work of Lavrentiy Beria, the Soviet secret police chief. Its true authorship remains unclear, the three common hypotheses being: scientology founder L

Brainbox is a Dutch rock group from the late 1960s/early 1970s. It was founded in Amsterdam by guitarist Jan Akkerman, drummer Pierre van der Linden and singer Kazimir Lux . Their debut single was "Down Man", which established their progressive blues sound

Brainchild may refer to:* Brainchild , a local supergroup from Youngstown, Ohio, 1969–1972* Brainchild , 1996* Brainchild , 1994* Fictional comic characters in the Marvel Universe:

Brainchild (comics)
Brainchild is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Brainchild first appeared in Uncanny X-Men vol. 1 #62-63 , and was created by Roy Thomas and Neal Adams.

Brainiac may refer to:* Brainiac , a fictional supervillain in DC Comics, and an enemy of Superman** Brainiac , 2008 storyline in Action Comics

Brainiac (story arc)
"Brainiac" is a five-issue comic book story arc written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Gary Frank, that was published in Action Comics #866-870 by DC Comics in 2008

Brainpower (song)
"Brainpower" is a song by the synthpop band Freezepop. It is the sixth track on the non limited edition of the band's third album, Future Future Future Perfect, and seventh on the limited edition of the album

Brains is predominantly the plural of brain.Brains may also refer to:* Brains, Loire-Atlantique, commune of the Loire-Atlantique département, in France

Brains (Thunderbirds)
Brains is a fictional character in the 1960s British Supermarionation television series Thunderbirds, its sequel films Thunderbirds Are Go and Thunderbird 6 , and the 2004 live-action remake film Thunderbirds. Brains was born 14 November 2040 and was orphaned when a hurricane struck his family's home in Michigan, United States

Brainstorm generally refers to brainstorming, a group or individual creativity exercise.Brainstorm may also refer to:-Film:* Brainstorm , directed by Douglas Trumbull* Brainstorm , directed by William Conrad

Brainstorm (disco band)
Brainstorm was an American funk and R&B band, based in Detroit, Michigan in the late 1970s. Their debut album, Stormin' , was their best selling album, and was released in 1977 on Tabu Records, executive-produced by Clarence Avant and produced by Jerry Peters

Brainstorm (magazine)
Brainstorm is a monthly trade publication for the South African technology sector published by technology media house ITWeb.

Brainstorm (TV series)
Brainstorm was a British comedy quiz programme about science. It originally aired on BBC1 for one series in 1988, hosted by Kenny Everett and co-hosted by Cleo Rocos, Although the second series didn't show in 1989 or subsequent years.

Brainstorm (Young MC album)
Brainstorm is the second album by rapper, Young MC. The album was released in 1991 for Capitol Records. After the huge success of his debut album, Stone Cold Rhymin', Young MC signed a two album deal with Capitol Records. Brainstorm did not perform as well as his previous album, only reaching No. 66 on the Billboard 200 an No. 61 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop album charts

Brainstorming is a group creativity technique by which a group tries to find a solution for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its members

Brainwaves (comic strip)
Brainwaves is a syndicated single-panel cartoon series by Betsy Streeter, distributed by the Universal Press Syndicate and collected in books where it has been described as "a single-panel stream of consciousness about the infinite absurdity of everyday life".Streeter says her cartoons are about "working, driving, hunting and gathering, impressing our friends, and the like

Braize is a commune in the Allier department in central France.-Geography:At its widest point, the commune is 8 km across, stretching from the Cher department to the Rond des Landes Blanches. It lies in a valley oriented east and west from La Pacaudière to Les Ris, the lowest point in the commune.Much of the valley is swampy

Brake (charity)
Brake is a British national road safety charity. It is based in Huddersfield.-History:Brake was formed in 1995 by Mary Williams, following the death of her mother Sue Williams in 1992. Sue Williams was killed when her stationary car was hit by a 38 ton tanker with faulty brakes

Brake (surname)
Brake is a surname of English origin and may refer to:* Brian Brake , New Zealand photographer* Patricia Brake , English television actress* Tom Brake , British politician

Brake shoe
A brake shoe is the part of a braking system which carries the brake lining in the drum brakes used on automobiles, or the brake block in train brakes and bicycle brakes.-Automobile drum brake:

The Brambling, Fringilla montifringilla, is a small passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae.- Etymology :The common English name is probably derived from the German "brâma", meaning bramble or a thorny bush. It has also been called the Cock o' the North and the Mountain Finch.- Description :The Brambling is similar in size and shape to a Chaffinch

Bran is the hard outer layer of grain and consists of combined aleurone and pericarp. Along with germ, it is an integral part of whole grains, and is often produced as a by-product of milling in the production of refined grains. When bran is removed from grains, the grains lose a portion of their nutritional value

Branca is a feminine given name. It means "white" in Portuguese .-People with the surname:*Angelo Branca , Canadian judge*Ascanio Branca , Italian politician and Minister of Finance

A branch or tree branch is a woody structural member connected to but not part of the central trunk of a tree

Branch (surname)
Branch is a surname.People named Branch:* Arthur Branch, a fictional character on the TV crime drama Law & Order* Christopher Branch , early American colonist* Cliff Branch , retired American football player

Branches (book)
Branches is a novel-in-verse by American author Mitch Cullin, with illustrations by the Japanese artist Ryuzo Kikushima. It is the second installment of the writer's Texas Trilogy that also includes the coming-of-age football novel Whompyjawed and the surrealistic novel Tideland.In a 2000 interview with the Austin Chronicle, Cullin stated that his first novel Whompyjawed

Branchiopoda is a class of crustaceans. It is the sister group to the remaining crustaceans, and comprises fairy shrimp, clam shrimp, Cladocera, Notostraca and the Devonian Lepidocaris

Branchiura is a group of crustaceans ranked as a subclass of the class Maxillopoda. It comprises the fish lice of the family Argulidae, and the prehistoric Cyclida .

The American Marketing Association defines a brand as a "Name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller's good or service as distinct from those of other sellers."

The American Marketing Association defines a brand as a "Name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller's good or service as distinct from those of other sellers."

Brand (magazine)
Brand is a magazine on anarchism that has been published since 1898 making it the oldest continuously published anarchist magazine and the second oldest in general. It takes its name from the Swedish word for "fire"

Brand New (disambiguation)
Brand New is an American alternative rock band.Brand New name may also refer to:* Brand New , or the title song* Brand New , or the title song* Brand New , or the title song

Brand New (Salt-n-Pepa album)
Brand New is the fifth and final studio album by rap trio Salt-n-Pepa. It was released on October 21, 1997 by Red Ant Entertainment. Red Ant filed bankruptcy before the album was officially released. Salt-n-Pepa toured to support the album, despite the fact the album had no other promotion whatsoever

Brand New (Shinhwa album)
Brand New was Shinhwa's 7th album, as well as their first album with Good Entertainment. With four singles, Brand New, Angel, Crazy, and Oh, Shinhwa heavily promoted the album, going on tours as well as performing on various stages. Debuting at #3, Brand New made its way to #2 and then dropped to #11

Branded (film)
Branded is a 1950 western film starring Alan Ladd, Mona Freeman, Charles Bickford, and Robert Keith. It was adapted from the novel Montana Rides Again by Max Brand. A gunfighter on the run from the law is talked into posing as the long-lost son of a wealthy rancher.-Plot:Choya, a gunfighter on the run, is tracked down by cowboys Leffingwell and "Tattoo" in the mountains

Brandenburg is one of the sixteen federal-states of Germany. It lies in the east of the country and is one of the new federal states that were re-created in 1990 upon the reunification of the former West Germany and East Germany. The capital is Potsdam

Brandenburg (ballet)
Brandenburg is a ballet made by New York City Ballet balletmaster Jerome Robbins to music from Bach's Brandenburg Concertos :*Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 BWV 1048 Allegro **Brandenburg Concerto No

Branding may refer to:* Livestock branding, the marking of animals to indicate ownership* Human branding, as body modification or punishment* Branding , bonding of the partners and marking of a submissive

Branding iron
A branding iron is a tool which uses the process of pressing a heated metal shape against an object or livestock with the intention of leaving a mark.

Brandish is a dungeon crawler and top-down view action RPG and adventure hybrid series developed by Nihon Falcom. Originally released in 1991 for the NEC PC-9801 and FM Towns home computers, it was later released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and TurboGrafx-16

-People:*Marlon Brando , American actor*Christian Brando, Marlon's eldest son*Cheyenne Brando, Marlon's daughter*Miko Brando, Marlon's son*Jocelyn Brando, Marlon's older sister*Marlon Brando, Sr., Marlon's father*Dodie Brando, Marlon's mother

Brandon (surname)
Brandon is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:* Alexander Brandon , US musician and composer* Alfred Brandon , New Zealand politician* Alfred Brandon , Mayor of Wellington, New Zealand

Branik is a village in western Slovenia in the municipality of Nova Gorica.Branik is situated in the Branik Valley, which is part of the Vipava Valley, just beneath the Kras plateau. The location provides a favourable climate for the growth of Mediterranean ortages, such as figs and peaches

Brann can refer to:* SK Brann is a Norwegian football club from the city of Bergen.* Brann stadion is a football stadium in Bergen, Norway.* EHS Brann is a direct marketing, data and digital communications group based in London and Cirencester.People:

- People :Surname* Aaron Brant , American football player* Alice Dayrell Caldeira Brant , Brazilian writer* Antony Thomas Brant , English pop singer* Beth Brant, Canadian Mohawk writer* David Brant, former NCIS investigator* Everett H

Brant (provincial electoral district)
Brant is a provincial electoral district in southwestern, Ontario, Canada. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.It was created in 1999 from all of Brantford and part of Brant—Haldimand.

Brash may refer to:* Thomas Brash Morison , Scottish politician and judge* Brash Brands* Brash, a hip hop artist from CT, and founder of Aeon Audio* Brash Entertainment, a video game company* Olof the Brash

Brasil (Manhattan Transfer album)
Brasil was The Manhattan Transfer's tenth album. It was released in 1987 on Atlantic recordsThis album was a new foray for the group into Brazilian music. During the recording sessions they worked with many songwriters, including Ivan Lins, Milton Nascimento, Djavan, and Atlantic records Jazz recording artist Gilberto Gil

Brasil (song)
"Brasil" is a pop-rock song written and performed by Cazuza, recorded as the sixth track in his third solo album Ideologia . The most well-known version of this song was recorded as a samba by Gal Costa on the soundtrack album of the telenovela Vale Tudo .-Song information:The lyrics of "Brasil" were composed by Cazuza and Nilo Romero, and the music by George

Brasileiro is a 1992 CD by Sérgio Mendes which won the 1993 Grammy Award for Best World Music Album.-Track listing:# "Fanfarra" – 4:03# "Magalenha" – 3:39# "Indiado" – 4:17

Brass Knuckles (album)
Brass Knuckles is the fifth studio album by American recording artist Nelly, released on September 16, 2008 after several delays.- Background :

Brass Monkey (song)
"Brass Monkey" is a song by the New York hip hop group Beastie Boys. It was a single released from their first album Licensed to Ill. It is also on the Beastie Boys' compilation album Solid Gold Hits. It samples "Bring It Here" by Wild Sugar. The song features the Roland TR-808 drum machine

Brass Monkeys
Brass Monkeys is an Australian sitcom that screened in 1984 on the Seven Network. The series was produced by Gary Reilly and Tony Sattler, who are known for comedy series Kingswood Country and Hey Dad!

A brassard or armlet is an armband or piece of cloth or other material worn around the upper arm, used as an item of military uniform to which rank badges may be attached instead of being stitched into the actual clothing

Brassicaceae, a medium sized and economically important family of flowering plants , are informally known as the mustards, mustard flowers, the crucifers or the cabbage family.

A brassiere is an undergarment that covers, supports, and elevates the breasts. Since the late 19th century, it has replaced the corset as the most widely accepted method for supporting breasts.

Brassy is a commune in the Somme department in Picardie in northern France.-Demography:-External links:* * * *

Brassy may refer to:*Brassy, Somme, a French municipality in the région of Picardie*Brassy, Nièvre, a French municipality in the région of Bourgogne*Brassy , a British band

Brat or The Brat may refer to:* BRAT diet, for patients with various forms of gastrointestinal distress* Bratwurst, a type of sausage* Military brat** Military brat Brat or The Brat may refer to:* BRAT diet, for patients with various forms of gastrointestinal distress* Bratwurst, a type of sausage* Military brat** Military brat Brat or The Brat may refer to:* BRAT diet, for patients with various forms of gastrointestinal distress* Bratwurst, a type of sausage* Military brat** Military brat (U.S

Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and, with a population of about 431,000, also the country's largest city. Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia on both banks of the Danube River. Bordering Austria and Hungary, it is the only national capital that borders two independent countries.Bratislava is the political, cultural, and economic centre of Slovakia

Brats is a 1930 Laurel and Hardy comedy short. The film was directed by James Parrott. Laurel and Hardy play dual roles as their own children.

Chris Tucker
Christopher "Chris" Tucker is an American actor and comedian. He is best known for playing the role of Detective James Carter in the Rush Hour film series.-Early life:

Chris Ware
Franklin Christenson Ware , is an American comic book artist and cartoonist, widely known for his Acme Novelty Library series and the graphic novel Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, he resides in the Chicago area, Illinois

Chrisp Street Market
Chrisp Street Market was designed by Frederick Gibberd, and built as part of the Festival of Britain in 1951. It is located in Poplar in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, and forms part of the eastern edge of the Lansbury Estate.

Chrissie Hynde
Christine Ellen "Chrissie" Hynde is an US musician best known as the leader of the rock/new wave band the Pretenders. She is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist, and has been the only constant member of the band throughout its history.-Early life and career:Hynde is the daughter of a part-time secretary and a Yellow Pages manager

Christ in the House of His Parents
Christ in the House of His Parents is a painting by John Everett Millais depicting the Holy Family in Saint Joseph's carpentry workshop. The painting was extremely controversial when first exhibited, prompting many negative reviews, most notably one written by Charles Dickens

Christ Pantocrator
In Christian iconography, Christ Pantokrator refers to a specific depiction of Christ. Pantocrator or Pantokrator is a translation of one of many Names of God in Judaism

Christ the Redeemer (statue)
Christ the Redeemer is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world and the 5th largest statue of Jesus in the world. It is tall, including its pedestal, and wide. It weighs 635 tonnes , and is located at the peak of the Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park overlooking the city

Christa McAuliffe
Christa McAuliffe was an American teacher from Concord, New Hampshire, and was one of the seven crew members killed in the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster.

Christendom, or the Christian world, has several meanings. In a cultural sense it refers to the worldwide community of Christians, adherents of Christianity

Christiaan De Wet
Christiaan Rudolf de Wet was a Boer general, rebel leader and politician.He was born on the Leeuwkop farm, in the district of Smithfield in the Boer Republic of the Orange Free State

Christian art
Christian art is sacred art produced in an attempt to illustrate, supplement and portray in tangible form the principles of Christianity, though other definitions are possible. Most Christian groups use or have used art to some extent, although some have had strong objections to some forms of religious image, and there have been major periods of iconoclasm within Christianity

Christian Bale
Christian Charles Philip Bale is an English actor. Best known for his roles in American films, Bale has starred in both big budget Hollywood films and the smaller projects from independent producers and art houses.

Christian Brando
Christian Brando was the eldest child of actor Marlon Brando. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of the boyfriend of his half-sister Cheyenne. On May 16, 1990, Christian Brando had shot Dag Drollet to death at Marlon Brando's residence on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles. He was released from prison in 1996

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
The Christian Church is a Mainline Protestant denomination in North America. It is often referred to as The Christian Church, The Disciples of Christ, or more simply as The Disciples

Christian countercult movement
The Christian countercult movement is a social movement of Christian ministries and individual Christian countercult activists who oppose religious sects thought to either partially abide or do not at all abide by the teachings that are written within the Bible. These religious sects are also known among Christians as cults

Christian Democracy (Italy)
Christian Democracy was a Christian democratic party in Italy. It was founded in 1943 as the ideological successor of the historical Italian People's Party, which had the same symbol, a crossed shield .

Christian Democrats (Sweden)
The Christian Democrats ) is a political party in Sweden. The party was founded in 1964 but did not enter parliament until 1985 in an electoral cooperation with the Centre Party and on the Christian Democrats' own accord in 1991. The leader since April 3, 2004 is Göran Hägglund. He succeeded Alf Svensson, who had been the party's leader since 1973

Christian Dior
Christian Dior , was a French fashion designer, best known as the founder of one of the world's top fashion houses, also called Christian Dior.-Life:

Christian Egypt
Christian Egypt may refer to:*Christianity in Egypt, an overview of the Christian religion in contemporary Egypt*Christian-majority Egypt from the 3rd to 6th centuries

Christian eschatology
Christian eschatology is a major branch of study within Christian theology. Eschatology, from two Greek words meaning last and study , is the study of the end of things, whether the end of an individual life, the end of the age, or the end of the world

Christian Flag
The Christian Flag is a flag designed in the early 20th century to represent all of Christianity and Christendom, and has been most popular among Christian churches in North America, Africa and Latin America. The flag has a white field, with a red Latin cross inside a blue canton. The shade of red on the cross symbolizes the blood Jesus shed on Calvary

Christian Herter
Christian Archibald Herter was an American politician and statesman; 59th governor of Massachusetts from 1953 to 1957, and United States Secretary of State from 1959 to 1961.-Early life:

Christian Jacq
Christian Jacq is a French author and Egyptologist. He has written several novels about ancient Egypt, notably a five book suite about pharaoh Ramses II, a character whom Jacq admires greatly.

Christian Louboutin
Christian Louboutin is a French footwear designer whose father is cabinetmaker Roger Louboutin and homemaker mother Irene. His siblings include three sisters, no brothers. Landscape architect Louis Benech has been his partner since 1997. Louboutin launched his line of high-end women's shoes in France in 1991

Christian martyrs
A Christian martyr is one who is killed for following Christianity, through stoning, crucifixion, burning at the stake or other forms of torture and capital punishment. The word "martyr" comes from the Greek word μάρτυς, mártys, which means "witness."

Christian McBride
Christian McBride is an American jazz bassist. His father, Lee Smith, and his great uncle, Howard Cooper, are well known Philadelphia bassists who served as McBride's early mentors

Christian Medical College & Hospital
Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore is one of the largest medical centres in India. This century-old Christian institution was founded by Ida S

Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
The Christian Methodist Episcopal Church is a historically black denomination within the broader context of Methodism. The group was organized in 1870 when several black ministers, with the full support of their white counterparts in the former Methodist Episcopal Church, South, met to form an organization that would allow them to establish and maintain their own polity, that is, to

Christian Research Institute
The Christian Research Institute is an Evangelical Christian apologetics ministry. It was established in October 1960 in the state of New Jersey by Walter Martin . In 1974 Martin relocated the ministry to San Juan Capistrano, California. The ministry's office was relocated in the 1990s near Rancho Santa Margarita

Christian socialism
Christian socialism generally refers to those on the Christian left whose politics are both Christian and socialist and who see these two philosophies as being interrelated. This category can include Liberation theology and the doctrine of the social gospel

Christian theology
- Divisions of Christian theology :There are many methods of categorizing different approaches to Christian theology. For a historical analysis, see the main article on the History of Christian theology.- Sub-disciplines :

Christian Voice (USA)
Christian Voice is an American conservative Christian right advocacy group. In 1980, this group had 107,000 members including 37,000 pastors from 45 denominations. It is a project of the American Service Council

Christian X of Denmark
Christian X was King of Denmark from 1912 to 1947 and the only King of Iceland between 1918 and 1944.

Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus as presented in canonical gospels and other New Testament writings

Christianity and Freemasonry
Christianity and Freemasonry have had a mixed relationship, with various Christian denominations strongly discouraging or even prohibiting members from becoming Freemasons while others are supportive of Freemasonry and have friendly relations with local Masonic lodges.-Ties to Christianity:While Freemasonry is non-sectarian, some Masonic bodies and rites require a statement of

Christianity in India
Christianity is India's third-largest religion, with approximately 24 million followers, constituting 2.3% of India's population. The works of scholars and Eastern Christian writings and 14th century Portuguese missionaries created an illusion to convert Indians that Christianity was introduced to India by Thomas the Apostle, who visited Muziris in Kerala in 52 AD to spread the

Christianity in Mongolia
Christians in Mongolia is a minority religion. Accounts of the exact number of Christians vary as no nationwide statistics have even been released. As of 2005, the United States Department of State reports that approximately 24,000 Christians live in Mongolia's capital, Ulaanbaatar, which is around 2.5 percent of the entire registered population of the city

Christianity in the United States
Christianity is the largest and most popular religion in the United States, with around 77% of those polled identifying themselves as Christian, as of 2009. This is down from 86% in 1990, and slightly lower than 78.6% in 2001. About 62% of those polled claim to be members of a church congregation

Christina Milian
Christine Flores , better known by her stage name Christina Milian , is an American singer-songwriter, actress, dancer, and model.

Christina Rossetti
Christina Georgina Rossetti was an English poet who wrote a variety of romantic, devotional, and children's poems

Christine Feehan
Christine Feehan is an American romance-paranormal writer. She has published more than 26 novels, including five series, and numerous novellas since 1999.-Biography:

Christine Jorgensen
Christine Jorgensen was the first widely known person to have sex reassignment surgery—in this case, male to female.-Early life:

Christmas or Christmas Day is an annual holiday generally celebrated on December 25 by billions of people around the world. It is a Christian feast that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, liturgically closing the Advent season and initiating the season of Christmastide, which lasts twelve days

Christmas Caravan
Christmas Caravan is a Christmas album by jazz band Squirrel Nut Zippers. It was released in 1998 through Mammoth Records and contains a version of the song "Sleigh Ride".-Track listing:#"Winter Weather" – 2:24

Christmas carol
A Christmas carol is a carol whose lyrics are on the theme of Christmas or the winter season in general and which are traditionally sung in the period before Christmas.-History:

Christmas lighting technology
Christmas lighting technology has been subject to considerable development and variation since the replacement of candles by electric lights.-Incandescent Christmas Lights:Incandescent light bulbs have been commonly used in Christmas lights until recently

Christmas Market
A Christmas market, also known as Christkindlmarkt, Christkindlesmarkt, Christkindlmarket, and Weihnachtsmarkt, is a street market associated with the celebration of Christmas during the four weeks of Advent

Christmas pudding
Christmas pudding is a pudding traditionally served on Christmas Day . It has its origins in medieval England, and is sometimes known as plum pudding or plum duff, though this can also refer to other kinds of boiled pudding involving dried fruit.-Basics:Many households have their own recipe for Christmas pudding, some handed down through families for

Christmas tree
The Christmas tree is a decorated evergreen coniferous tree, real or artificial, and a tradition associated with the celebration of Christmas. The tradition of decorating an evergreen tree at Christmas started in Livonia and Germany in the 16th century

Christmas with the Kranks
Christmas with the Kranks is a 2004 American comedy film directed by Joe Roth and starring Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis. The screenplay by Chris Columbus is based on the 2001 novel Skipping Christmas by John Grisham.-Plot:

Christoph Sanders
Christoph Sanders is an American actor who is best known for his role as Ned Banks in the television series Ghost Whisperer.- Early life :

Christoph Willibald Gluck
Christoph Willibald Ritter von Gluck was an opera composer of the early classical period. After many years at the Habsburg court at Vienna, Gluck brought about the practical reform of opera's dramaturgical practices that many intellectuals had been campaigning for over the years

Christopher 2X
Christopher 2X, formerly Christopher Anthony Bryant, is a community activist in Louisville, Kentucky. A former drug trafficker, 2X served seven years in prison before being released in 1999. Shortly thereafter, he joined the Nation of Islam temple in Louisville and changed his name to 2X

Christopher Alexander
Christopher Wolfgang Alexander is a registered architect noted for his theories about design, and for more than 200 building projects in California, Japan, Mexico and around the world

Christopher Andrew
Christopher Maurice Andrew is an historian at the University of Cambridge with a special interest in international relations and in particular the history of intelligence services.-Life:

Christopher Chaplin
Christopher James Chaplin is a composer and actor who appeared in the film Total Eclipse as the character Charles Cros, as well as in other roles. However, he is best known for being the youngest son of Charlie Chaplin and Oona O'Neill

Christopher Columbus
Christopher Columbus was an explorer, colonizer, and navigator, born in the Republic of Genoa, in northwestern Italy. Under the auspices of the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, he completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean that led to general European awareness of the American continents in the Western Hemisphere

Christopher Cradock
Rear-Admiral Sir Christopher "Kit" George Francis Maurice Cradock KCVO CB was a British officer of the Royal Navy. He was born at Hartforth, Richmond, North Yorkshire

Christopher Dodd
Christopher John "Chris" Dodd is an American lawyer, lobbyist, and Democratic Party politician who served as a United States Senator from Connecticut for a thirty-year period ending with the 111th United States Congress.

Christopher Marlowe
Christopher Marlowe was an English dramatist, poet and translator of the Elizabethan era. As the foremost Elizabethan tragedian, next to William Shakespeare, he is known for his blank verse, his overreaching protagonists, and his mysterious death.A warrant was issued for Marlowe's arrest on 18 May 1593

Christopher Moltisanti
Christopher "Chris" Moltisanti, played by Michael Imperioli, is a fictional character on the HBO TV series The Sopranos. He was Tony Soprano's protégé and a Capo in the Soprano crime family.-Biography:

Christopher Newport
Christopher Newport was an English seaman and privateer. He is best known as the captain of the Susan Constant, the largest of three ships which carried settlers for the Virginia Company in 1607 on the way to find the settlement at Jamestown in the Virginia Colony, which became the first permanent English settlement in North America

Christopher Newport University
Christopher Newport University, or CNU, is a public liberal arts university located in Newport News, Virginia, United States. CNU is the youngest comprehensive university in the Commonwealth of Virginia

Christopher Paolini
Christopher Paolini is an American author. He is best known as the author of the Inheritance Cycle, which consists of the books Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr, and Inheritance

Christopher Rocancourt
Christophe Thierry Rocancourt, sometimes also called Christopher Rocancourt, is an impostor, confidence man and gentleman thief who scammed affluent people by masquerading as a French member of the Rockefeller family.-Biography:He told Dateline NBC in a 2006 broadcast that his mother sometimes worked as a prostitute and his father was an

Christopher Wilder
Christopher Bernard Wilder was a serial killer who abducted and raped at least ten women and killed at least eight of them during a spree across the United States in early 1984

Christopher Williams (singer)
Christopher Williams is an American R&B singer and actor.-Music career:

Christopher Wren
Sir Christopher Wren FRS is one of the most highly acclaimed English architects in history.He used to be accorded responsibility for rebuilding 51 churches in the City of London after the Great Fire in 1666, including his masterpiece, St. Paul's Cathedral, on Ludgate Hill, completed in 1710

Christy Mathewson
Christopher "Christy" Mathewson , nicknamed "Big Six", "The Christian Gentleman", or "Matty", was an American Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher. He played his entire career in what is known as the dead-ball era