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Brattle
Brattle is one of the settlements making up the large village of Woodchurch in Kent, England. It is situated at the southern apex of the triangle of roads which are the main village.

Bratty
Bratty may refer to*Bratty Babies, a 2001 Canadian film*Joe Bratty, a member of the Ulster Defence Association*Bratty v Attorney-General of Northern Ireland, a decision of the British House of Lords dealing with automatism

Bratwurst
A bratwurst is a sausage usually composed of veal, pork or beef. The plural in German is Bratwürste.

Braun
Braun is a common surname, originating from the German word for the color brown. The name is the 22nd most common family name in Germany. Many German emigrants to the United States also changed their name to Brown .

Bravado
Bravado may refer to:* A pretense of bravery* The quality or state of being foolhardy* A blustering swaggering conduct* The Bravados* "Bravado" is the second track by the Canadian power trio Rush on their 1991 album, Roll the Bones

Brave
Brave or The Brave may refer to:*Bravery or courage, the ability to confront fear, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation*A Native American warrior- Film :

Brave (Idina Menzel song)
"Brave" is the second single from Idina Menzel's third studio album I Stand. The song was written by Menzel and Glen Ballard and was released on November 6, 2007. It reached the Top 20 on the Adult Contemporary chart peaking at #19 on March 29, 2008.

Brave (Jennifer Lopez album)
Brave is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Jennifer Lopez, released on October 4, 2007 by Epic Records. It debuted at number twelve on the U.S. Billboard 200 with 53,000 copies sold in its first week. Though the album was generally praised by fans, it got mixed reviews from most critics and subsequently became Lopez's least commercially successful album to date

Brave New World (single)
"Brave New World" is the tenth UK single by the band Toyah, fronted by Toyah Willcox, and was released in 1982. It was to be the only single release from The Changeling.

Bravery (disambiguation)
Bravery can mean:* Bravery, the human condition to confront pain and fear* The Bravery, a rock band from the U.S.* The Bravery , the band's self-titled debut album

Bravo
Bravo may refer to:*Rio Grande, a river that flows through Mexico and the United States, also known as "Río Bravo"In media:*Bravo!, a specialty arts channel in Canada*Bravo , a youth magazine in Germany and Russia

Bravo
Bravo may refer to:*Rio Grande, a river that flows through Mexico and the United States, also known as "Río Bravo"In media:*Bravo!, a specialty arts channel in Canada*Bravo , a youth magazine in Germany and Russia

Bravo (5566 album)
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Bravo (band)
Bravo is a rock band founded in 1983 in Moscow, Russia by guitarist Evgueny Havtan.The band was one of the most popular acts in Russia in the 1980s, until the departure of original lead singer Zhanna Aguzarova , and has achieved success in later years with several different singers.- Studio albums :# Cassette 1983 # Cassette 1985

Bravo (Dr. Sin Album)
- Chart positions :- Personnel :* Andria Busic – bass, lead vocals* Ivan Busic – drums, backing vocals* Eduardo Ardanuy – guitars- Special Guests :Gus Monsanto on the track Drowing in Sin.Hudson Cadorini on the track Think it Over.- Notes :

Bravo (magazine)
Bravo is the largest teen magazine within the German-language sphere. The first issue was published in 1956, subtitled as "the magazine for film and television" . Marilyn Monroe's portrait graced the first published issue, the never-published dummy issue cover displayed Elvis Presley.-History:The founder of the magazine was columnist Peter Boenisch

Bravura
In classical music, a bravura is a virtuosic passage intended to show off the skill of a performer, generally as a solo, and often in a cadenza. It can also be used as an adjective , or to refer to a performance of extraordinary virtuosity. The term comes from the Italian language for great skill.

BRAWL
Brawl is a real-time card game designed by James Ernest and released in 1999 by Cheapass Games.-Gameplay:Like Spit or Icehouse, players in Brawl do not take turns, instead either making a move or staying inactive as best suits their strategy at that moment

Brawl (Transformers)
Brawl is the name given to several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. He is sometimes called "Decepticon Brawl" in the toy line for trademark purposes.-Transformers: Generation 1:

Brawn (disambiguation)
Brawn is a terrine of meat from the head of a calf or pig but can also be used figuratively to describe strength or muscle.Brawn may also refer to:* Especially in Middle English, Boar meat or poultry breast.

Brawny
Brawny may refer to:* Brawny, a brand of paper towels owned by Georgia-Pacific* Brawny, NATO reporting name of the Ilyushin Il-40 aircraft* Brawny, one of the seven giants in the animated film A Snow White Christmas

Braxton (surname)
Braxton is a surname, and may refer to:* Anthony Braxton, American musician and composer* Carter Braxton, signer of the United States Declaration of Independence and a representative of Virginia

Bray
Bray is a town in north County Wicklow, Ireland. It is a busy urban centre and seaside resort, with a population of 31,901 making it the fourth largest in Ireland as of the 2006 census

Brazen
Brazen may refer to:* Brazen , a British television show* "Brazen " , a song by Skunk Anansie* Brass, an alloy of copper and zincSee also:

Brazen (TV series)
BRAZEN is a British television show that was filmed on location around the entire United Kingdom. Aired on Men and Motors cable/satellite channel in the United Kingdom, operated by ITV Digital

Brazier
A brazier is a container for fire, generally taking the form of an upright standing or hanging metal bowl or box. Used for holding burning coal as well as fires, a brazier allows for a source of light, heat, or cooking

Brazil (band)
Brazil was an Indiana rock band. Although the band eschews labels and are often categorized with the punk and post-hardcore music scenes, that is mostly due to association. The music itself is more akin to progressive rock with indie rock roots. The line-up as of 2006 release is Jonathon Newby, Nicholas Newby, Aaron Smith, Eric Johnson, James Sefchek, and Philip Williams

Brazil (Bebi Dol song)
"Brazil" was a song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Serbo-Croatian by Bebi Dol, representing Yugoslavia.

Brazil (novel)
Brazil is a 1994 novel by the American author John Updike. It contains many elements of magical realism.Tristão Raposo, a nineteen –year-old black child of the Rio slums, spies Isabel Leme, an eighteen-year-old upper-class white girl, across the hot sands of Copacabana Beach, and presents her with a ring

Brazilia (album)
-Track listing:Original CD release Brazilia .# "Brazilia” # "My Favorite Things” -Personnel:Recorded May 7, 1965 in New York City.* John Coltrane — tenor saxophone/soprano saxophone* McCoy Tyner — piano

Brazilian
Brazilian may refer to anything of or relating to Brazil and may also refer directly to:* Brazilian barbecue, known as churrasco* Brazilian football—see Football in Brazil* Brazilian football clubs—see List of football clubs in Brazil

Brazzaville
-Transport:The city is home to Maya-Maya Airport and a railway station on the Congo-Ocean Railway. It is also an important river port, with ferries sailing to Kinshasa and to Bangui via Impfondo

Brazzaville (band)
Brazzaville is the capital of the Republic of the Congo. It may also refer to:* Brazzaville * Brazzaville * Brazzaville Conference of 1944* CARA Brazzaville, a Congolese football club based in Brazzaville* Brazzaville Protocol

Brazzaville (Swedish band)
Brazzaville was formed in Sala, Sweden as Tongue Gongue. Their debut demo from 1995 was given a 4.5 rating in SA and was named "demo of the year" by Patrik Björk of Backstage Magazine. In 1996 and 1998 they played at the Hultsfred Festival.

BRE (gene)
BRCA1-A complex subunit BRE is a protein that in humans is encoded by the BRE gene.-Interactions:BRE has been shown to interact with BRCA2, RAD51, BRCC3, BRCA1, C19orf62, P53 and BARD1.-Further reading:

Breach
-In law:* Breach of confidence, a common law tort that protects private information that is conveyed in confidence* Breach of contract, a situation in which a binding agreement is not honored by one or more of the parties to the contract

Breach (band)
-History:Swedish band formed in Luleå 1993. First full length album released in 1995. Pelle Gunnerfeldt from Fireside recorded and mixed several of the groups albums. Shortly after the release of Kollapse the band announced that they had decided to split up. The band played a reunion show in Stockholm on the 6th of December 2007

Breach (film)
Breach is a 2007 American historical drama directed by Billy Ray. The screenplay by Ray, Adam Mazer, and William Rotko is based on the true story of Robert Hanssen, an FBI agent convicted of spying for the Soviet Union and later Russia for more than two decades, and Eric O'Neill, who worked as his assistant and helped bring about his downfall

Bread and butter
"Bread and butter" is a superstitious blessing or charm, typically said by young couples or friends walking together when they are forced to separate by an obstacle, such as a pole or another person. By saying the phrase, the bad luck of letting something come between them is thought to be averted

Breadbasket
The breadbasket or the granary of a country is a region which, because of richness of soil and/or advantageous climate, produces an agricultural surplus which is often considered vital for the country as a whole. Rice bowl is a similar term used in Southeast Asia

Breadbox
A breadbox or a bread bin is a container for storing bread and other baked goods to keep them fresh. They were a more common household kitchen item until bread started being made commercially with food preservatives and wrapped in plastic

Breadcrumb
Breadcrumbs or bread crumbs are small particles of dry bread, which are used for breading or crumbing foods, topping casseroles, stuffing poultry, thickening stews, and adding inexpensive bulk to meatloaves and similar foods. They are documented in cookbooks as early as 1716

Breadcrumb (disambiguation)
Bread crumbs are small particles of dry bread.Breadcrumb may also refer to:*Breadcrumb , a navigation technique used in user interfaces*Breadcrumb sponge, common name for Halichondria panicea, a species of marine demosponge

Breadline
Breadline may refer to:* Breadline , a song by Megadeth* Soup kitchen

Breadwinner
Breadwinner may refer to:* Breadwinner , an American math rock band* Breadwinner , a 2001 children's book by Deborah Ellis* The Bread-Winner , a 1930 play by William Somerset Maugham

Breadwinner (band)
Breadwinner was a math rock-band based in Richmond, Virginia composed of: Pen Rollings , Robert Donne , and Chris Farmer . Rollings had previously been a member of hardcore punk outfit Honor Role

Breadwinner (book)
The Breadwinner is a children's novel by Deborah Ellis, first published in 2001. As of April 2008, the English-language edition of the book has had a run of 20 editions

Break
Break may refer to:* Break * Recess , a general term for a period of time in which a group of people is temporarily dismissed from its duties* Break , time off during a shift

Break (Bottom episode)
Break is the third episode of the third series of British television sitcom, Bottom. It was first broadcast on 20 January 1995.- Plot :Richie and Eddie return home in the afternoon from the pub, having bought a last-minute 75% discounted seaside holiday to Bridlington, leaving that night at midnight, from dodgy travel agent Bob McMayday – which actually costs £4000 and is actually

Break (work)
A break at work is a period of time during a shift in which an employee is allowed to take time off from his/her job. There are different types of breaks, and depending on the length and the employer's policies, the break may or may not be paid.

Break (work)
A break at work is a period of time during a shift in which an employee is allowed to take time off from his/her job. There are different types of breaks, and depending on the length and the employer's policies, the break may or may not be paid.

Break a Leg (sitcom)
Break a Leg is an independently-created internet sitcom. The show is filmed in the handheld, one-camera style associated with mockumentaries such as The Office.

Break In
Break In is a sports simulation video game developed by Naxat Soft in 1989 for the TurboGrafx-16 and released only in Japan. The pool simulator was re-released on Nintendo's Virtual Console in all nations on 2008.-Gameplay:

Break Out
Break Out is an album by Soulive that was released on September 13, 2005. It is produced by Jeff Krasno. Contrary to previous albums, nearly all of the tracks are collaborations

Break the Bank (1948)
Break the Bank is an American quiz show which aired variously on Mutual Radio and ABC, CBS and NBC television from 1945 to 1957.-Radio:Sponsored by Vicks, the series began on radio October 20, 1945, heard Saturdays on Mutual until April 13, 1946. Initially, it featured different hosts each week, including John Reed King and Johnny Olson

Break the Bank (1976)
Break the Bank is an American game show created by Jack Barry and Dan Enright and produced by their production company Barry & Enright Productions

Break the Bank (1985)
Break the Bank is a game show created by Richard S. Kline. It aired for one season in syndication from September 16, 1985 to May 23, 1986 with repeats airing until September 12. It was not related to two previous shows by the same name.

Break the Ice
"Break the Ice" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears from her fifth studio album, Blackout. It was written by Nate "Danja" Hills, Marcella "Ms. Lago" Araica, Keri Hilson, Jim Beanz and produced by Danja. It was released on March 28, 2008 by Jive Records as the third single of the album

Break the Ice (disambiguation)
Break the Ice may refer to:*"Break the Ice" *"Break the Ice" *Icebreaker -See also:*Don't Break the Ice, a game manufactured by Milton Bradley* Icebreaker

Break Up
Break Up is the second EP by the Chicago-based pop punk band the Smoking Popes, released independently in 1992. It was their first release with drummer Mike Felumlee

Breakaway
-Albums:* Breakaway , or the title song, "Break Away" * Breakaway , or the title song * Breakaway , or the title song

Breakaway (Art Garfunkel album)
Breakaway is the second solo album by Art Garfunkel. It was released in 1975 on Columbia Records. It was produced by Richard Perry who has produced albums for other artists such as Carly Simon. It includes three Top 40 singles: "I Only Have Eyes For You" , "Break Away" and the Simon And Garfunkel reunion duet, "My Little Town" which peaked at #9

Breakaway (biscuit)
Breakaway is a brand of chocolate-covered digestive biscuit from Nestlé, which has been produced since 1970.A mid-1970s United Kingdom television commercial for the brand starred Eric Idle in a variation on his "Nudge Nudge" sketch from Monty Python's Flying Circus

Breakaway (Donna Summer song)
"Breakaway" is a song from the album Another Place and Time by Donna Summer, recorded in 1989.The album was written by popular British production team Stock, Aitken & Waterman and produced four hit singles including the international smash "This Time I Know It's For Real"

Breakaway (Irma Thomas song)
"Breakaway" is a song written by Jackie DeShannon and Sharon Sheeley. It was originally recorded by Irma Thomas in 1964 and released as the B-Side of her biggest hit, the US #17 hit single "Wish Someone Would Care"

Breakdown
Breakdown may refer to:*Breakdown , failure of a motor vehicle in such a way that it cannot be operated*Chemical decomposition, also called chemical breakdown, the breakdown of a substance into simpler components

Christy Moore
Christopher Andrew "Christy" Moore is a popular Irish folk singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He is well known as one of the founding members of Planxty and Moving Hearts

Chromate conversion coating
Chromate conversion coating is a type of conversion coating used to passivate aluminum, zinc, cadmium, copper, silver, magnesium, and tin alloys. It is primarily used as a corrosion inhibitor, primer, decorative finish, or to retain electrical conductivity. The process is named after the chromate found in the chromic acid used in the bath, more commonly known as hexavalent chromium

Chromatic scale
The chromatic scale is a musical scale with twelve pitches, each a semitone apart. On a modern piano or other equal-tempered instrument, all the half steps are the same size

Chromatid
A chromatid is one of the two identical copies of DNA making up a duplicated chromosome, which are joined at their centromeres, for the process of cell division . They are called sister chromatids so long as they are joined by the centromeres

Chrome plating
Chrome plating, often referred to simply as chrome, is a technique of electroplating a thin layer of chromium onto a metal object. The chromed layer can be decorative, provide corrosion resistance, ease cleaning procedures, or increase surface hardness.-Process:A component to be chrome plated will generally go through these different stages:* degreasing to remove heavy

Chromehounds
is a video game for the Xbox 360. The game is set in an alternate universe where mechanised HOUNDs battle for control of Neroimus, a fictional region somewhere near Black Sea . The game features a system for personalized customization of the player's mech and an online campaign mode where players wage war in a persistent world over Xbox Live

Chromic acid
The term chromic acid is usually used for a mixture made by adding concentrated sulfuric acid to a dichromate, which may contain a variety of compounds, including solid chromium trioxide. This kind of chromic acid may be used as a cleaning mixture for glass. Chromic acid may also refer to the molecular species, H2CrO4 of which the trioxide is the anhydride

Chromite
Chromite is an iron chromium oxide: FeCr2O4. It is an oxide mineral belonging to the spinel group. Magnesium can substitute for iron in variable amounts as it forms a solid solution with magnesiochromite ; substitution of aluminium occurs leading to hercynite .-Occurrence:Chromite is found in peridotite from the Earth's mantle

Chromium
Chromium is a chemical element which has the symbol Cr and atomic number 24. It is the first element in Group 6. It is a steely-gray, lustrous, hard metal that takes a high polish and has a high melting point. It is also odorless, tasteless, and malleable

Chromium carbide
Chromium carbide is an extremely hard refractory ceramic material. It is usually processed by sintering. It has the appearance of a gray powder with orthorhombic crystal structure. The orthorhombic Cr3C2 occurs extremely rarely as mineral tongbaite.

Chromosomal translocation
In genetics, a chromosome translocation is a chromosome abnormality caused by rearrangement of parts between nonhomologous chromosomes. A gene fusion may be created when the translocation joins two otherwise separated genes, the occurrence of which is common in cancer. It is detected on cytogenetics or a karyotype of affected cells

Chronemics
Chronemics is the study of the use of time in nonverbal communication. The way we perceive time, structure our time and react to time is a powerful communication tool, and helps set the stage for the communication process. Across cultures, time perception plays a large role in the nonverbal communication process

Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome is the most common name used to designate a significantly debilitating medical disorder or group of disorders generally defined by persistent fatigue accompanied by other specific symptoms for a minimum of six months, not due to ongoing exertion, not substantially relieved by rest, nor caused by other medical conditions

Chronic granulomatous disease
Chronic granulomatous disease is a diverse group of hereditary diseases in which certain cells of the immune system have difficulty forming the reactive oxygen compounds used to kill certain ingested pathogens

Chronic myelogenous leukemia
Chronic myelogenous leukemia , also known as chronic granulocytic leukemia , is a cancer of the white blood cells. It is a form of leukemia characterized by the increased and unregulated growth of predominantly myeloid cells in the bone marrow and the accumulation of these cells in the blood

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease , also known as chronic obstructive lung disease , chronic obstructive airway disease , chronic airflow limitation and chronic obstructive respiratory disease , is the co-occurrence of chronic bronchitis and emphysema, a pair of commonly co-existing diseases of the

Chronic wasting disease
Chronic wasting disease is a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy of mule deer, whitetailed deer, elk , and moose. TSEs are caused by unusual infectious agents known as prions. To date, CWD has been found mainly in cervids

Chronogram
A chronogram is a sentence or inscription in which specific letters, interpreted as numerals, stand for a particular date when rearranged. The word, meaning "time writing", derives from the Greek words chronos and gramma . In the pure chronogram each word contains a numeral, the natural chronogram shows all numerals in the correct numerical order, e.g

Chronology of Provisional IRA actions
This is a chronology of activities by the Provisional Irish Republican Army from 1970 to 1979. For actions after this period see Chronology of Provisional Irish Republican Army actions.

Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemums, often called mums or chrysanths, are of the genus constituting approximately 30 species of perennial flowering plants in the family Asteraceae which is native to Asia and northeastern Europe.-Etymology:

Chrysler 3.3 engine
This engine was Chrysler's first 60° V6 engine designed and built in-house for front wheel drive vehicles, and their first V6 not based on a V8. It was designed as a larger, more powerful option to the Mitsubishi 3.0 V6 in the minivans and debuted in 1990.

Chrysler 300M
The Chrysler 300M is a sports sedan produced by Chrysler from 1999 to 2004. Chrysler Corporation revived the 300 name on the 300M. This time it was a front-wheel drive, V6 engined car using the Chrysler LH platform. While not technically part of the famous "letter series" of the 1950s and 1960s, Chrysler did use the next letter after the last of the series, the 300L

Chrysler Airstream
The Chrysler Airstream was an automobile produced by the Chrysler division of the Chrysler Corporation in 1935-1936. The Airstream was a conventional looking automobile that was trimmed to evoke a feeling of streamlined design

Chrysler B engine
Chrysler's B and RB engines are a series of big-block V8s which in 1958 replaced the first-generation Hemi engines. The B and RB engines use wedge-shaped combustion chambers.

Chrysler Cirrus
The Chrysler Cirrus was a mid-size 4-door sedan, introduced for the 1995 model year as direct replacement for the aging Chrysler LeBaron sedan. Based on the new midsize JA platform, the Cirrus was sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil for the 1995-2000 model years; DaimlerChrysler continued selling the Cirrus as a rebadged Chrysler Sebring in Mexico until

Chrysler Crossfire
The Chrysler Crossfire is a rear-wheel drive sports car marketed by Chrysler as both coupé and roadster and was built for Chrysler by Karmann of Germany.-Design:

Chrysler Fifth Avenue
With the R-body out of production and the LeBaron name transferred to the Chrysler K platform for 1982, the New Yorker was downsized once again, becoming a mid-sized car .

Chrysler Flathead engine
The Chrysler Flathead engine is an automotive engine manufactured by the Chrysler Corporation.-Straight-4:Chrysler introduced a straight-4 derivative of their new Flathead straight-6 in 1926. Initially used by all Chrysler divisions, the straight-4 became Plymouth-only in 1929, lasting in production through 1932.The original version displaced and produced 38 hp

Chrysler Hemi engine
The Chrysler Hemi engine, known by the trademark Hemi, is a series of V8 engines built by Chrysler with a hemispherical combustion chamber. Three different types of Hemi engines have been built by Chrysler for automobiles: the first from 1951–1958, the second from 1964–1971, and the third beginning in 2003

Chrysler LeBaron
The Chrysler LeBaron was originally a classic luxury car of 1930s manufactured by Chrysler which competed with other luxury cars of the era such as Lincoln and Packard.

Chrysler LHS
The Chrysler LHS is a full-size, front wheel drive car based on the Chrysler LH platform.Having been praised throughout its production run as offering a blend of high-end features, along with solid performance, the LHS was marketed as a rival to other cars costing thousands more

Chrysler Newport
The Newport was a name used by the Chrysler division of the Chrysler Corporation used as both a hardtop body designation and also for its lowest priced model between 1961 and 1981

Chrysler Saratoga
The Chrysler Saratoga was a full-sized automobile produced by the Chrysler Division of the Chrysler Corporation. Chrysler first used the Saratoga nameplate on its 1939 models and continued to use the name through to 1952. The name was used again by Chrysler from 1957 until 1960 when it retired the product name from the US market

Chrysler Sebring
The Chrysler Sebring is a line of mid-size cars that was sold by Chrysler from 1995 to 2010.The Sebring came in three generations. The first, from 1995 to 2000, was available first only as a coupe and starting in 1996 as a convertible. The two body designs did not share many components nor any sheet metal

Chrysler Sebring
The Chrysler Sebring is a line of mid-size cars that was sold by Chrysler from 1995 to 2010.The Sebring came in three generations. The first, from 1995 to 2000, was available first only as a coupe and starting in 1996 as a convertible. The two body designs did not share many components nor any sheet metal

Chrysler Slant 6 engine
The Slant-6, known within Chrysler as the G-engine, is one of Chrysler's better known automobile engines. The engine is an inline-6 piston engine specifically designed such that the cylinders are inclined at a 30-degree angle from vertical

Chrysler Valiant
The Chrysler Valiant is a passenger car which was introduced by Chrysler Australia in 1962 with production ceasing in 1981. Initially a rebadged locally assembled Plymouth Valiant from the U.S., the Valiant range was sold throughout Australia and New Zealand, as well as South Africa

Chrysler Windsor
The Chrysler Windsor was a full-sized car built by the Chrysler Corporation of Highland Park, Michigan from 1939 through to the 1960s. The final Chrysler Windsor as known to Americans was produced in 1961, but continued production in Canada until 1966

Chrysophyllum
Chrysophyllum is a genus of about 70-80 species of tropical trees, growing rapidly to 10–20 m or more in height. The genus is native to tropical regions throughout the world, with the greatest number of species in northern South America. One species, C

Chubby Checker
Chubby Checker is an American singer-songwriter. He is widely known for popularizing the twist dance style, with his 1960 hit cover of Hank Ballard's R&B hit "The Twist"

Chubu region
The is the central region of Honshū, Japan's main island. Chūbu has a population estimate of 21,886,324 as of 2008.Chūbu, which means "central region", encompasses nine prefectures : Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Ishikawa, Nagano, Niigata, Shizuoka, Toyama, Yamanashi, and often Mie.It is located directly between the Kantō region and the Kansai region and includes the major city of

Chuck (engineering)
A chuck is a specialized type of clamp used to hold an object, usually an object with radial symmetry, especially a cylindrical object. It is most commonly used to hold a rotating tool or a rotating workpiece

Chuck (TV series)
Chuck is an action-comedy/spy-drama television program from the United States created by Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak. The series is about an "average computer-whiz-next-door" named Chuck, played by Zachary Levi, who receives an encoded e-mail from an old college friend now working for the Central Intelligence Agency ; the message embeds the only remaining copy of the United

Chuck Berry
Charles Edward Anderson "Chuck" Berry is an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter, and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music. With songs such as "Maybellene" , "Roll Over Beethoven" , "Rock and Roll Music" and "Johnny B

Chuck Tanner
Charles William "Chuck" Tanner was a left fielder and manager in Major League Baseball. He was known for his unwavering confidence and infectious optimism. He managed the Pittsburgh Pirates to a World Series championship in 1979

Chuck Yeager
Charles Elwood "Chuck" Yeager is a retired major general in the United States Air Force and noted test pilot. He was the first pilot to travel faster than sound

Chuckie Finster
Charles "Chuckie" Crandall Finster is a fictional character from the Nickelodeon animated television series' Rugrats and All Grown Up!. He is Tommy Pickles' best friend and tritagonist . The character is voiced by Christine Cavanaugh

Chukar
The Chukar Partridge or Chukar is a Eurasian upland gamebird in the pheasant family Phasianidae. It has been considered to form a superspecies complex along with the Rock Partridge, Philby's Partridge and Przevalski's Partridge and treated in the past as conspecific particularly with the first

Chukchi people
The Chukchi, or Chukchee , ) are an indigenous people inhabiting the Chukchi Peninsula and the shores of the Chukchi Sea and the Bering Sea region of the Arctic Ocean within the Russian Federation. They speak the Chukchi language

Chukchi Sea
Chukchi Sea is a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean. It is bounded on the west by the De Long Strait, off Wrangel Island, and in the east by Point Barrow, Alaska, beyond which lies the Beaufort Sea. The Bering Strait forms its southernmost limit and connects it to the Bering Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The principal port on the Chukchi Sea is Uelen in Russia

Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu
Patrick Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu, was born in the Northern Region’s capital of Kaduna to Igbo immigrant parents from the Mid-Western Region-Okpanam Town, near Asaba in the present day Delta State.-Background:

Chulalongkorn University
Chulalongkorn University is the oldest university in Thailand and is the country's highest ranked university. It now has nineteen faculties and institutes. Regarded as the best and most selective university in Thailand, it consistently attracts top students from around the country

CHUM Chart
The CHUM Chart was a ranking of top 30 songs on Toronto, Ontario radio station CHUM 1050 AM, from 1957 to 1986, and was the longest-running Top 40 chart in the world produced by an individual radio station

Chumash
The Chumash are a Native American people who historically inhabited the central and southern coastal regions of California, in portions of what is now San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, extending from Morro Bay in the north to Malibu in the south

Chun Kuk Do
Chun Kuk Do is a Korean-based, American hybrid martial art style. Founded in 1990 by Chuck Norris, CKD evolved from Tang Soo Do and combines elements from several different fighting styles.

Chunky Pandey
Suyash 'Chunky' Pandey is an Indian film actor who has appeared in various Bollywood films. He has appeared in over 55 movies in a career that has spanned over two decades and has been nominated once for his supportive role in Tezaab

Chupa Chups
Chupa Chups is a lollipop company founded by the Catalan Enric Bernat in 1958, and currently owned by the Dutch-Italian multinational corporation Perfetti Van Melle. The name of the brand comes from the Spanish verb chupar, meaning "to suck."- History :

Chupacabra
The chupacabras is a legendary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated more recently with sightings of an allegedly unknown animal in Puerto Rico , Mexico, and the United States, especially in the latter's Latin American communities

Church Army
Church Army is an evangelistic Church of England organisation operating in many parts of the Anglican Communion.-History:Church Army was founded in England in 1882 by the Revd Wilson Carlile , who banded together in an orderly army of soldiers, officers, and a few working men and women, whom he and others trained to act as Church of

Church of Christ
Churches of Christ are autonomous Christian congregations associated with one another through common beliefs and practices. They seek to base doctrine and practice on the Bible alone, and seek to be New Testament congregations as originally established by the authority of Christ. Historically, Churches of Christ in the United States were recognized as a distinct movement by the U.S

Church of England
The Church of England is the officially established Christian church in England and the Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The church considers itself within the tradition of Western Christianity and dates its formal establishment principally to the mission to England by St Augustine of Canterbury in AD 597.As a result of Augustine's mission, the church in England became

Church of England parish church
A parish church in the Church of England is the church which acts as the religious centre for the people within the smallest and most basic Church of England administrative region, known as a parish.-Parishes in England:

Church of God (Anderson)
The Church of God is a holiness Christian body with roots in Wesleyan pietism and also in the restorationist traditions. Founded in 1881 by Daniel Sidney Warner, the church claims 1,170,143 adherents

Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee)
The Church of God, with headquarters in Cleveland, Tennessee, is a Pentecostal Christian denomination. With over seven million members in over 170 countries, it is one of the largest Pentecostal denominations in the world

Church of God in Christ
The Church of God in Christ is a Pentecostal Holiness Christian denomination with a predominantly African-American membership. With nearly five million members in the United States and 12,000 congregations, it is the largest Pentecostal church and the fifth largest Christian church in the U.S. Internationally, COGIC can be found in more than 60 nations

Church of God of Prophecy
The Church of God of Prophecy is a Christian denomination with beliefs and principles similar to Pentecostal Holiness Christian faith. It is one of five Church of God bodies headquartered in Cleveland, Tennessee that descended from a small meeting of believers who gathered at the Barney Creek Meeting House near the Tennessee/North Carolina border in 1886.The Church of God of

Church of Ireland
The Church of Ireland is an autonomous province of the Anglican Communion. The church operates in all parts of Ireland and is the second largest religious body on the island after the Roman Catholic Church

Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion
The Church of Our Virgin Mary of Zion of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church is the most important church in Ethiopia

Church of Pakistan
The Church of Pakistan is a united church in Pakistan, which is part of the Anglican Communion and a member church of the World Methodist Council. It was established in 1970 with a union of Anglicans, Scottish Presbyterians , Methodists, and Lutherans. It is the only United Church in the South Asia which involves the Lutheran Church

Church of Satan
The Church of Satan is an organization dedicated to the acceptance of the carnal self, as articulated in The Satanic Bible, written in 1969 by Anton Szandor LaVey.- History :