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Breakdown (Seether song)
"Breakdown" is the third track and the third single from Seether's third album, Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces. Shaun Morgan has stated that the song is about his former girlfriend Amy Lee, but other sources reference a more recent relationship

Breakdown (Tantric song)
"Breakdown" is the debut single by post-grunge band Tantric and the lead single from their self-titled debut album. It is the band's most successful song, having reached #1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks and helped the album achieve platinum status in 2001.Lyrically, "Breakdown" describes a person filled with resentment and self-disgust

Breakdown (Tom Petty song)
"Breakdown" is the first single from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' self-titled debut album. It peaked at #40 in the United States and in Canada.-Single track listings:*"Breakdown" b/w "The Wild One Forever"Shelter 62006

Breakdown (vehicle)
A vehicle breakdown is the operational failure of a motor vehicle in such a way that the underlying problem prevents the vehicle from being operated at all, or impedes the vehicle's operation so much, that it is very difficult or nearly impossible, or dangerous to operate, or else at risk of causing further damage to the vehicle. Vehicle breakdowns can occur for a large number of reasons

Breaker may refer to:* A breaking wave on water* Breaker , an engineering vehicle attachment* Breaker , a shallow over which waves break* Breaker , a fictional character in the G.I

Breaker (G.I. Joe)
Breaker is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series. He is the G.I. Joe Team's original communications officer and debuted in 1982.-Profile:

Breaker (reef)
A breaker is a piece of reef against which waves break.This sense of the term is closely related to another sense, that of the breaking wave itself. In times past, when ocean navigation was relatively rudimentary, a line of breaking waves was a crucial indicator that a boat was bearing down upon an island or reef

Breakers may refer to:*Coal breakers, an industrial mechanism for breaking chunks of coal into smaller chunks*Breakers , a 1996 fighting arcade game by Visco*Breakers , from the Dark Tower books

Breakers (Stephen King)
Breakers are humans from various parallel worlds in Stephen King's multiverse who have various psychic powers. For example, a breaker named Dinky Earnshaw, from both King's Everything's Eventual and the Dark Tower series, has an ability "from some promise" to kill anything he chooses, although he has no exact control when, and no control on how, which comes from some magic language

Breakfast is the first meal taken after rising from a night's sleep, most often eaten in the early morning before undertaking the day's work

Breakfast (TV show)
Breakfast is the longest running morning show on Studio 23. It was originally aired on ANC from 1999 to 2001. It is hosted by Atom Araullo, Patty Laurel, Asia Agcaoili and JC Cuadrado. It is also the Morning Show for the Filipino Youth. It airs from 6:00 am to 7:30 am, Mondays to Fridays

Breakfast in Bed (album)
Breakfast in Bed was released in 2007 is the fifth studio album released by blues artist Joan Osborne. The album mostly contains soul cover songs from the 1970s and 1980s including "Midnight Train To Georgia" by Gladys Knight & the Pips

Breakfast in Bed (disambiguation)
Breakfast in Bed is when one eats breakfast in bed. It may also refer to:* Breakfast in Bed, a soul/R&B song written by Eddie Hinton and Donnie Fritts* Breakfast in Bed , a 1930 film directed by Fred Guiol* Breakfast in Bed ,

Breaking and Entering (film)
Gabriel Yared and Underworld collaborated on the film's original music score.-External links:* at TIFF, by Andrea Miller /CANOE Live

Breaking ball
In baseball, a breaking ball is a pitch that does not travel straight like a fastball as it approaches the batter. A pitcher who uses primarily breaking ball pitches is often referred to as a junkballer. A breaking ball will have some sideways or downward motion on it

Breaking News (film)
Breaking News is a 2004 Hong Kong action film directed by Johnnie To. The film premiered out of competition at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.-Plot:

Breaking Up (Eskimo Joe song)
"Breaking Up" is the fourth single by Eskimo Joe, taken from their third studio album Black Fingernails, Red Wine. It was released on 16 May 2007. It charted at #83 in Australia.-Track listing:-Release history:-Music video:

Breakout is an arcade game developed by Atari, Inc and introduced on May 13, 1976. It was conceptualized by Nolan Bushnell and Steve Bristow, and influenced by the 1972 arcade game Pong, also by Atari. The game was ported to video game consoles and upgraded to video games such as Super Breakout

Breakout or Break Out may refer to:In film, television and gaming:* Breakout is an influential 1976 arcade game by Atari, and later home versions

Breakout (album)
Breakout is the second studio album by American recording artist Miley Cyrus. The album was released on July 22, 2008 by Hollywood Records and is Cyrus' first not affiliated with the Hannah Montana franchise. This, coupled by Cyrus' fondness for the album's first track, influenced the title of the album

Breakout (band)
Breakout is a Polish blues rock band, formed in 1 February 1968.-History:After a few years of playing as Blackout, the first performance of Breakout took place at the Musicorama festival in February 1968. In April the new bass player - Michał Muzolf, joined the group. In June the band toured in the countries of Benelux

Breakout (film)
Breakout is a 1975 action film starring Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Robert Duvall, John Huston, Sheree North and Randy Quaid.Harris Wagner frames Jay Wagner . In order to keep him silent, Jay is incarcerated in a Mexican prison. In the actual event, Vasilios Basil Choulos flew a helicopter into the Mexican prison and broke a framed prisoner out

Breakout (Joe 90 episode)
"Breakout" is the 21st episode of the Supermarionation television series Joe 90. It was the 23rd episode to be produced. Its original UK air date was 16 February 1969 on ATV Midlands

Breakout (Spyro Gyra album)
- Track listing :#"Bob Goes to the Store" - 4:36#"Freefall" - 4:52#"Doubletake" - 4:05#"Breakout" - 4:37#"Body Wave" - 4:09#"Whirlwind" - 5:37

Breakout (Swing Out Sister song)
"Breakout" is a single from British pop act Swing Out Sister's debut album It's Better to Travel.The single reached the number four position in the UK in 1986, and rose to number six pop and number one adult contemporary in the U.S. in 1987

Breakthrough or Break through may refer to:* Breakthrough , an abstract strategy board game* Breakthrough , 1979 war film* Breakthrough , 1950 war film featuring John Agar

Breakthrough (Dutch political history)
The Doorbraak was an attempt to renew the politics of the Netherlands after the Second World War.After the Second World War, there was widespread feeling amongst progressives that the pillarized political system should be broken open

Breakthrough (film)
Breakthrough is a 1979 war film set on the Western Front. It is a sequel to Sam Peckinpah's Cross of Iron, and borrows several characters from that film.The film starred several big names including Richard Burton and Rod Steiger

Breakthrough (human rights)
Breakthrough is a global not-for-profit organization that uses pop culture to promote human rights. Breakthrough's stated mission is to "empower individuals and communities to stand for universal human rights by using multimedia tools that transform hearts and minds." They promote a message of human dignity, gender-based equality, and justice through ground-level community mobilization

Breakthrough (military)
A breakthrough occurs when an offensive force has broken the enemy defensive line, and is rapidly exploiting the gap.Usually, large force is employed on a relatively small portion of the front to achieve this

Breakthrough (song)
"Breakthrough" is the debut single by Japanese singer and voice actress Aya Hirano. It was first released in Japan on March 8, 2006 and was produced by Lantis. "Breakthrough" and "Ichiban Boshi" were the opening and ending themes of the Japanese PlayStation 2 visual novel Finalist, respectively.-Track listing:#"Breakthrough"##"Breakthrough" #

Breakwater may refer to:* Breakwater , a structure for protecting a beach or harbour* Breakwater, Victoria, a suburb of Geelong, Victoria, Australia* Breakwater , a funk and soul band from the 1970s

Breakwater (band)
Breakwater was a funk and soul American band from Philadelphia, formed in 1971. The band consisted of Gene Robinson, James Gee Jones, Linc 'Love' Gilmore, Steve Green, Vince Garnell, Greg Scott, John 'Dutch' Braddock, and Kae Williams, Jr.

The breast is the upper ventral region of the torso of a primate, in left and right sides, which in a female contains the mammary gland that secretes milk used to feed infants.Both men and women develop breasts from the same embryological tissues

Breast (disambiguation)
The breast is the common name for the mammary gland of humans.Breast may also refer to:* Upper ventral region of a human or animal’s torso.* Breast meat, the meatiest part of poultry

A breastplate is a device worn over the torso to protect it from injury, as an item of religious significance, or as an item of status. A breastplate is sometimes worn by mythological beings as a distinctive item of clothing.- Armour :

The breaststroke is a swimming style in which the swimmer is on his or her chest and the torso does not rotate. It is the most popular recreational style due to its stability and the ability to keep the head out of the water a large portion of the time. In most swimming classes, beginners learn either the breaststroke or the front crawl first

Breastwork may mean:#A form of temporary fortification#Surgical alteration of the breast

Breath (Breaking Benjamin song)
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Breath (disambiguation)
A breath is the act of inhaling and exhaling.Breath might also refer to:* Breath , a play by Samuel Beckett* Breath , a 2007 film* Breath , a 2009 film* Breath , by Tim Winton

Breath (film)
Breath is the fourteenth feature film by South Korean director Kim Ki-duk.- Plot :A loner housewife, Yeon, deals with her depression and anger by beginning a passionate affair with a convicted man on death row. After discovering her husband’s infidelity, Yeon visits the prison where a notorious condemned criminal, Jin, is confined

Breath (novel)
Breath is the twentieth book and the eighth novel by Australian novelist Tim Winton. His first novel in seven years, it was published in 2008, in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada, the Netherlands and Germany.

Breath (Pearl Jam song)
"Breath" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music written by guitarist Stone Gossard, "Breath" first appeared on the soundtrack to the 1992 film, Singles. The song was included on Pearl Jam's 2004 greatest hits album, rearviewmirror

Breath mark
A breath mark or luftpause or, for bowed instruments, a bow lift , is a symbol used in musical notation. It directs the performer of the music passage to take a breath or to make a slight pause . For bowed instruments, it means to lift the bow

Breathe may refer to:* Breathing, to inhale and exhale consecutively, drawing oxygen from the air, through the lungs.- Albums :* Breathe , 1994* Breathe , 1996* Breathe , 1999

Breathe (Don't Stop)
"Breathe " is a song released by Mr. On and the Jungle Brothers, from the Jungle brother's album You in My Hut Now. The song was not commercially successful, reaching #33 on the Australian ARIA singles chart, and #30 on the New Zealand RIANZ singles chart

Breathe (Kaz James song)
"Breathe" is a 2008 pop-dance song by Kaz James featuring Stu Stone. It is the first solo release by James, who is a former member of the group BodyRockers. The song was later included on James' debut album If They Knew, which was released in Australia and New Zealand in October 2008

Breathe (Michelle Branch song)
"Breathe" is a song by Michelle Branch, released as the second single from her 2003 album, Hotel Paper. It hit the number-one spot in Indonesia . It peaked at number thirty-six on the USA Billboard Hot 100, a lower position than that of the album's previous single, "Are You Happy Now?"

Breathe (Nickelback song)
"Breathe" is the title of a song recorded by Canadian rock band Nickelback. It was released on October 21, 2000 as third single from the album The State. It was the second multi-format rock hit from The State album, peaking at number ten on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and number 21 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart

Breathe (Psychic TV album)
Breathe is a spoken word album by Psychic TV. It is assembled out of a concert which took place at the Institute of Thelemic Culture at the WOW Hall, in Eugene, Oregon on the 8th of April 1994.

Breathe (Ricki-Lee song)
"Breathe" is a song performed by Australian singer-songwriter, Ricki-Lee Coulter. Produced by Audius Mtawarira, the single was written by Andrew Murray, Christian Ballard, Dawn Joseph, Lucy Abbott, Russ Ballard and Sara Eker

Breathe (Winterville song)
"Breathe" was the third single from British based Blues-rock trio Winterville. It was released on March 20, 2006 through the band's own imprint, Toxxic Records. The single was available on 7" Vinyl and as a download from the iTunes store

Breathe In
- Credits :* Art direction - David Coffin* Art producer - David Coffin* Bass - Paul Turner* Cello - Anthony Pleeth* Conductor - Nick Ingham* Digital editing - Keith Gary* drums - Charlie Russell* Engineer - Martin Hayles

A breather is a nonlinear wave in which energy concentrates in a localized and oscillatory fashion. This contradicts with the expectations derived from the corresponding linear system for infinitesimal amplitudes, which tends towards an even distribution of initially localized energy.A discrete breather is a breather solution on a nonlinear lattice.The term breather originates

Breathing is the process that moves air in and out of the lungs. Aerobic organisms require oxygen to release energy via respiration, in the form of the metabolism of energy-rich molecules such as glucose. Breathing is only one process that delivers oxygen to where it is needed in the body and removes carbon dioxide

Breathing (disambiguation)
Breathing may refer to:* Breath, the act of inhaling and exhaling* Breathing , a memorial sculpture in London* Breathing, a colloquial term for a time-domain signal processing artifact, also called pumping

Breathing (Lifehouse song)
"Breathing" is a song by American alternative band Lifehouse. It is the third single released from their debut studio album No Name Face .-Background, release and composition:

Breathing (memorial sculpture)
Breathing is the name of a memorial sculpture situated on the roof of the Egton Wing of BBC Broadcasting House, in London. The sculpture commemorates journalists and associated staff who have been killed whilst carrying out their work as war correspondents for the BBC

Breathing (song)
"Breathing" is a single by Kate Bush, the first cut from her 1980 album Never for Ever, with backing vocals by Roy Harper.The single was issued on April 14, 1980, four months before the album was released, and reached number 16 in the UK charts

Breathing Space (album)
Breathing Space is the debut solo album by UK keyboardist Iain Jennings. Although this album was originally released as Iain Jennings's album, it has become known as Breathing Space's first album because of the subsequent tours and the follow-up album Coming Up for Air in 2007.-Track listing:#"Forgive or Surrender" -

Breathing Space (band)
Breathing Space are a band formed in 2006 by Mostly Autumn keyboardist Iain Jennings. Some of the members had played on his solo album and formed a band to tour this record. They became a full-time band in 2007 when they released their first album as a band

Breathless is a 1960 French film directed by Jean-Luc Godard, and Godard's first feature film. One of the first and most influential films of French New Wave

-Film and television:* Breathless , a French film directed by Jean-Luc Godard* Breathless , a remake of the 1960 film, starring Richard Gere

Breathless (band)
Breathless is name of English band which has existed since the 1980s, led by Dominic Appleton, who made a guest appearance on This Mortal Coil's Filigree & Shadow album.- Members :* Dominic Appleton

Breathless (Shayne Ward album)
Breathless is the second solo studio album by British pop singer and winner of The X Factor, Shayne Ward. Record label Syco Music released it in the United Kingdom on 26 November 2007. The album is mostly written by Rami Yacoub, Arnthor Birgisson and Savan Kotecha. The album was commercially successful, debuting at number two on the UK Albums Chart

Breathless (Shayne Ward song)
"Breathless" is a song by the second United Kingdom X Factor winner Shayne Ward. It was released as his fifth single and 2nd and final single for his second album on November 19, 2007. On Valentine's day 2008 the song was announced as number 2 on the UK's greatest love songs of all time

Church of Scotland
The Church of Scotland, known informally by its Scots language name, the Kirk, is a Presbyterian church, decisively shaped by the Scottish Reformation.

Church of the Lord (Aladura)
The Church of the Lord is an African Initiated Church founded by the first Primate and Late Prophet Dr. Josiah Olunowo Ositelu in 1925, but inaugurated in 1930 in Ogere-Remo, Shagamu, Ogun State, Nigeria; Reference: Journey So Far, ISBN 3-8258-6087-7; Publication - TCLAW Publishers, 2009."Aladura" in Yoruba means "owners of prayer", "Prayer Fellowship" or "The Praying

Church of the Nazarene
The Church of the Nazarene is an evangelical Christian denomination that emerged from the 19th century Holiness movement in North America with its members colloquially referred to as Nazarenes. It is the largest Wesleyan-holiness denomination in the world. At the end of 2010, the Church of the Nazarene had 2,059,261 members in 26,353 churches in 156 different "world areas"

Church tabernacle
A tabernacle is the fixed, locked box in which, in some Christian churches, the Eucharist is "reserved" . A less obvious container, set into the wall, is called an aumbry.

Churchgate is an area in downtown South Mumbai. During the eighteenth and up to the mid 19th century, Bombay was a walled city. The city walls had three gates, and Church Gate, named after St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai was one of the gates. The gate was situated near the present day location of Flora Fountain

Churchill Falls
Churchill Falls are waterfalls named after former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill. They are high, located on the Churchill River in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Churchill tank
The Tank, Infantry, Mk IV was a heavy British infantry tank used in the Second World War, best known for its heavy armour, large longitudinal chassis with all-around tracks with multiple bogies, and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. It was one of the heaviest Allied tanks of the war

Churchill, Manitoba
Churchill is a town on the shore of Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada. It is most famous for the many polar bears that move toward the shore from inland in the autumn, leading to the nickname "Polar Bear Capital of the World" that has helped its growing tourism industry.-History:A variety of nomadic Arctic people lived and hunted in this region

Churiyamai is a village development committee in Makwanpur District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 10,405 people living in 1843 individual households.

Churu district
Churu is a district of Rajasthan state of western India. The town of Churu is the administrative headquarters of the district.Churu lies in the Jangladesh region of northern Rajasthan

Chuukese language
Chuukese is a Trukic language of the Austronesian language family spoken primarily on the islands of Chuuk in the Caroline Islands in Micronesia. There are some speakers on Pohnpei and Guam as well

Chytridiomycota is a division of the Fungi kingdom. The name is derived from the Greek chytridion, meaning "little pot", describing the structure containing unreleased spores. In older classifications, chytrids were placed in the Class Phycomycetes under the subdivision Myxomycophyta of the Kingdom Fungi

Ciabatta is an Italian white bread made with wheat flour and yeast. The loaf is somewhat elongated, broad and flattish. There are many variations of ciabatta.Ciabatta in its modern form was developed in 1982

Ciampino Airport
-Access:There is no rail transport at Ciampino Airport. There are direct bus connections both to Roma Termini railway station and to close local stations

The Ciboney were pre-Columbian indigenous inhabitants of the Greater Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. The name Ciboney derives from the indigenous Taíno people which means Cave Dwellers; evidence has shown that a number of the Ciboney people have lived in caves at some time. Over the years, many theories have been brought forth as to how the Ciboney people arrived to the Caribbean

A cicada is an insect of the order Hemiptera, suborder Auchenorrhyncha , in the superfamily Cicadoidea, with large eyes wide apart on the head and usually transparent, well-veined wings. There are about 2,500 species of cicada around the world, and many of them remain unclassified

Cicada killer wasp
Sphecius speciosus, often simply referred to as the cicada killer is a wasp species. Cicada killer wasps are large, solitary wasps in the family Crabronidae. The name may be applied to any species of crabronid which uses cicadas as prey, though in North America it is typically applied to a single species, S. speciosus

Cicely Tyson
Cicely Tyson is an American actress. A successful stage actress, Tyson is also known for her Oscar-nominated role in the film Sounder and the television movies The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman and Roots.

Cichlids are fishes from the family Cichlidae in the order Perciformes. Cichlids are members of a group known as the Labroidei along with the wrasses , damselfish , and surfperches . This family is both large and diverse. At least 1,300 species have been scientifically described, making it one of the largest vertebrate families

Cichociemni were elite special-operations paratroops of the Polish Home Army of the Polish Army in exile, created in Great Britain during World War II to operate in occupied Poland.-The name:

Traditionally, the order Ciconiiformes has included a variety of large, long-legged wading birds with large bills: storks, herons, egrets, ibises, spoonbills, and several others. Ciconiiformes are known from the Late Eocene

Cider or cyder is a fermented alcoholic beverage made from apple juice. Cider varies in alcohol content from 2% abv to 8.5% abv or more in traditional English ciders. In some regions, such as Germany and America, cider may be termed "apple wine"

Cigarette card
Cigarette cards are trade cards issued by tobacco manufacturers to stiffen cigarette packaging and advertise cigarette brands.-History:Beginning in 1875, cards depicting actresses, baseball players, Indian chiefs, and boxers were issued by the US-based Allen and Ginter tobacco company. These are considered to be some of the first cigarette cards

A cigarillo is a short, narrow cigar. Unlike cigarettes, cigarillos are wrapped not in paper but in whole-leaf tobacco. Cigarillos can be found for purchase alone or in packs, and are often made without filters

Silappatikaram Silappatikaram has been dated to likely belong to the beginning of Christian era, although the author might have built upon a pre-existing folklore to spin this tale. The story involves the three Tamil kingdoms of the ancient era, the Chola, the Pandya and the Chera

Ciliary muscle
The ciliary muscle is a ring of striated smooth muscle in the eye's middle layer that controls accommodation for viewing objects at varying distances and regulates the flow of aqueous humour into Schlemm's canal. It changes the shape of the lens within the eye not the size of the pupil which is carried out by the sphincter pupillae muscle

The ciliates are a group of protozoans characterized by the presence of hair-like organelles called cilia, which are identical in structure to flagella but typically shorter and present in much larger numbers with a different undulating pattern than flagella

A cilium is an organelle found in eukaryotic cells. Cilia are slender protuberances that project from the much larger cell body.

Cillit Bang
Cillit Bang is the brand name of a range of cleaning products sold by the consumer products manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser. The products marketed under the brand name include a degreaser, cleaning crystals, and a grime, rust, mould and limescale remover.

Cimarron River
The Cimarron River extends 698 miles across New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Kansas. The headwaters flow from Johnson Mesa west of Folsom in northeastern New Mexico

Cincinnati Reds
The Cincinnati Reds are a Major League Baseball team based in Cincinnati, Ohio. They are members of the National League Central Division. The club was established in 1882 as a charter member of the American Association and joined the National League in 1890.

Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio. Cincinnati is the county seat of Hamilton County. Settled in 1788, the city is located to north of the Ohio River at the Ohio-Kentucky border, near Indiana. The population within city limits is 296,943 according to the 2010 census, making it Ohio's third-largest city

Cincom Systems is a privately held, multinational, computer technology corporation founded in 1968 by Tom Nies, Tom Richley and Claude Bogardus.

A cinder is a pyroclastic material. Cinders are extrusive igneous rocks. Cinders are similar to pumice, which has so many cavities and is such low-density that it can float on water

"Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper" is a folk tale embodying a myth-element of unjust oppression/triumphant reward. Thousands of variants are known throughout the world. The title character is a young woman living in unfortunate circumstances that are suddenly changed to remarkable fortune

Cinderella Man
Cinderella Man is a 2005 American drama film by Ron Howard, titled after the nickname of heavyweight boxing champion James J. Braddock and inspired by his life story. The film was produced by Howard, Penny Marshall, and Brian Grazer.-Plot:James J

Cindy Adams
Cindy Adams is an American gossip columnist and writer. She is the widow of comedian and humorist Joey Adams.-Early life and education:Born an only child in New York City, she was one year old when her parents divorced

Cindy Walker
Cindy Walker was a prolific American songwriter, as well as a country music singer and dancer. As a songwriter Walker was responsible for a large number of popular and enduring songs recorded by many different artists. She adopted a craftsman-like approach to her songwriting, often tailoring particular songs to specific recording artists

Cinema 4D
CINEMA 4D is a 3D modeling, animation and rendering application developed by MAXON Computer GmbH of Friedrichsdorf, Germany. It is capable of procedural and polygonal/subd modeling, animating, lighting, texturing, rendering, and common features found in 3d modelling applications.- Overview:The application relies on widely used computer 3D technology which works by creating groups of

Cinema of Australia
Cinema of Australia, more commonly referred to as the Australian film industry, refers to the system of production, distribution, and exhibition of films in Australia. Film production commenced in Australia in 1906 with the production of The Story of the Kelly Gang, the earliest feature film made

Cinema of France
The Cinema of France comprises the art of film and creative movies made within the nation of France or by French filmmakers abroad.France is the birthplace of cinema and was responsible for many of its early significant contributions. Several important cinematic movements, including the Nouvelle Vague, began in the country

Cinema of Italy
The history of Italian cinema began just a few months after the Lumière brothers had patented their Cinematographe, when Pope Leo XIII was filmed for a few seconds in the act of blessing the camera.-Early years:

Cinema of Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan cinema encompasses the films made in Sri Lanka. It is a fledgling industry that has struggled to find a footing since its inauguration in 1947 with Kadawunu Poronduwa produced by S.M.Nayagam of Chitra Kala Movietone.Sri Lankan films are usually made in the Sinhalese language, the language of the majority Sinhala people..In the first nine years most films were made in South

Cinema of the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic was a seedbed for many acclaimed film directors.Three Czech/Czechoslovak movies that won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film were The Shop on Main Street by Ján Kadár and Elmar Klos in 1965, Closely Watched Trains by Jiří Menzel in 1967 and

Cinematography is the making of lighting and camera choices when recording photographic images for cinema. It is closely related to the art of still photography

Cingular Wireless
AT&T Mobility LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of AT&T that provides wireless services to 100.7 million subscribers in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

Cinnabar or cinnabarite , is the common ore of mercury.-Word origin:The name comes from κινναβαρι , a Greek word most likely applied by Theophrastus to several distinct substances

Cinnamic acid
Cinnamic acid is a white crystalline organic acid, which is slightly soluble in water.It is obtained from oil of cinnamon, or from balsams such as storax. It is also found in shea butter and is the best indication of its environmental history and post-extraction conditions

Cinzano is an Italian brand of vermouth, a brand owned since 1999 by Gruppo Campari. It comes in four versions:*Cinzano Rosso, which is amber-coloured;*Cinzano Bianco, which is white and drier than Rosso, yet still considered a sweet vermouth;

In cryptography, a cipher is an algorithm for performing encryption or decryption — a series of well-defined steps that can be followed as a procedure. An alternative, less common term is encipherment. In non-technical usage, a “cipher” is the same thing as a “code”; however, the concepts are distinct in cryptography

Ciprofloxacin is a synthetic chemotherapeutic antibiotic of the fluoroquinolone drug class.It is a second-generation fluoroquinolone antibacterial. It kills bacteria by interfering with the enzymes that cause DNA to rewind after being copied, which stops synthesis of DNA and of protein.Ciprofloxacin was first patented in 1983 by Bayer A.G. and subsequently approved by the U.S

Circadian rhythm
A circadian rhythm, popularly referred to as body clock, is an endogenously driven , roughly 24-hour cycle in biochemical, physiological, or behavioural processes. Circadian rhythms have been widely observed in plants, animals, fungi and cyanobacteria

In Greek mythology, Circe is a minor goddess of magic , described in Homer's Odyssey as "The loveliest of all immortals", living on the island of Aeaea, famous for her part in the adventures of Odysseus.By most accounts, Circe was the daughter of Helios, the god of the sun, and Perse, an Oceanid and the sister of Aeetes, the

A circle is a simple shape of Euclidean geometry consisting of those points in a plane that are a given distance from a given point, the centre. The distance between any of the points and the centre is called the radius.

Circle of Friends (novel)
Circle of Friends is a 1990 novel by Maeve Binchy. It is set in Dublin and the fictitious town of Knockglen in rural Ireland during the 1950s, and centres around a group of university students.- Characters :

Circle of Willis
The Circle of Willis is a circle of arteries that supply blood to the brain

Circuit may mean:In science and technology*Circuit theory, the theory of accomplishing work by routing electrons, gas, fluids, or other matter through a loop*Pneumatic circuit*Hydraulic circuit*Boolean circuit*circuit

Circuit breaker
A circuit breaker is an automatically operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overload or short circuit. Its basic function is to detect a fault condition and, by interrupting continuity, to immediately discontinue electrical flow

Circular dichroism
Circular dichroism refers to the differential absorption of left and right circularly polarized light. This phenomenon was discovered by Jean-Baptiste Biot, Augustin Fresnel, and Aimé Cotton in the first half of the 19th century. It is exhibited in the absorption bands of optically active chiral molecules. CD spectroscopy has a wide range of applications in many different fields

Circular flow of income
In economics, the terms circular flow of income or circular flow refer to a simple economic model which describes the reciprocal circulation of income between producers and consumers

Circular motion
In physics, circular motion is rotation along a circular path or a circular orbit. It can be uniform, that is, with constant angular rate of rotation , or non-uniform, that is, with a changing rate of rotation. The rotation around a fixed axis of a three-dimensional body involves circular motion of its parts

Circulatory system
The circulatory system is an organ system that passes nutrients , gases, hormones, blood cells, etc

Circumcision scar
In males who have been circumcised, the circumcision scar refers to the scar after a circumcision has healed. In some cases, the scar can be darker-colored, and, in all cases, it will encircle the shaft of the penis.-Appearance:

Circumnavigation – literally, "navigation of a circumference" – refers to travelling all the way around an island, a continent, or the entire planet Earth.- Global circumnavigation :

Circus Boy
Circus Boy is an American action/adventure/drama series that aired in prime time on NBC, and then on ABC, from 1956 to 1958. It was then rerun by NBC on Saturday mornings, from 1958 to 1960

Circus clown
Clowns have always been an integral part of the circus, offering a source of amusement for patrons and providing relief from the array of animal acts and performances by acrobats and novelty artistes.

Cirebon is a port city on the north coast of the Indonesian island of Java. It is located in the province of West Java near the provincial border with Central Java, approximately 297 km east of Jakarta, at .The seat of a former Sultanate, the city's West and Central Java border location have seen its history influenced by both

Ciro Alegría
Ciro Alegría Bazán was a Peruvian journalist, politician, and novelist.-Biography:Born in Huamachuco District, he exposed the problematic of the native Peruvians, learning about their way of life. This understanding of how they were oppressed was the focus for his novels