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Broek (Gouda)
Broek was a municipality in the Dutch province of South Holland, located west and north of Gouda. A longer name of the municipality, Broek, Bloemendaal, Broekhuizen, Thuil en het Weegje names the polders that are part of the municipality.

A brogue is a strong accent, notably in Irish dialects of English. For example, in the folksong "Finnegan's Wake", the character of the song, Tim Finnegan, was said to have a "beautiful brogue so rich and sweet".

The Brogue is a style of low-heeled shoe or boot traditionally characterized by multiple-piece, sturdy leather uppers with decorative perforations and serration along the pieces' visible edges

A broiler is a type of chicken raised specifically for meat production. Modern commercial broilers, typically known as Cornish crosses or Cornish-Rocks are specially bred for large scale, efficient meat production and grow much faster than egg or traditional dual purpose breeds

Broke may refer to:* To being currently out of money* Broke, New South Wales, village in Australia* Discarded paper created when a break occurs in the normally continuous papermaking process

Broke (album)
- Personnel :* Jahred aka M.C.U.D. aka Paulo Sergio — vocals* Wesstyle — guitars* Chad aka Chizad — guitars* DJ Product © 1969 — Turntables* B.C. aka B.C. The Mizak Diza — drums and percussion* Mawk — bass

Broke (Modest Mouse song)
"Broke" is the first single release by indie rock band Modest Mouse, on March 26, 1996. Copies of the songs on the single were later released on Interstate 8, although both were different recordings

Broken is an extended play release by American industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails, released on September 22, 1992. Produced by Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and Flood, the EP is considerably heavier and takes influence from industrial metal and noise rock, rather than the primitive electronica style in Pretty Hate Machine, which was oriented towards

- Songs :* "Broken", by 12 Stones from the album 12 Stones* "Broken", by Bruce Dickinson from the compilation album The Best of Bruce Dickinson* "Broken" * "Broken", by Gorillaz from the album Plastic Beach

Broken (2007 film)
Broken is a 2007 film by director Alan White, starring Heather Graham and Jeremy Sisto. The film had a poor run in theatres and was released to DVD less than two months after its theatrical release.-Plot:

Broken (and other rogue states)
Broken is Luke Doucet's third album. The album was released in 2005 in Canada. A break-up album, Broken focused on the heartbreak of a failed relationship

Broken (Lifehouse song)
"Broken" is a song by American alternative band Lifehouse. It is the third single released from their fourth studio album, Who We Are . The song was written by Lifehouse lead singer Jason Wade, who was inspired to write the song after he visited a friend in Nashville who needed a kidney transplant

Broken (Seether song)
"Broken" is a song by post-grunge/alternative metal South-African band Seether featuring American singer Amy Lee. The original acoustic version is the twelfth track on Seether's debut album Disclaimer. It was re-recorded with Amy Lee, the future girlfriend of Seether vocalist Shaun Morgan, for The Punisher: The Album in March 2004. This version includes electric guitar and violins

Broken heart
A broken heart is a common metaphor used to describe the intense emotional pain or suffering one feels after losing a loved one, whether through death, divorce, breakup, physical separation or romantic rejection.

Broken Heart
Broken Heart or Broken Hearted may refer to:* Broken heart, when a human being suffers from an emotional or physical loss* Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, or broken heart syndrome, a condition in which heart muscles are temporarily weakened

Broken Heart (Motion City Soundtrack song)
"Broken Heart" is the first single from Motion City Soundtrack's 2007 album Even If It Kills Me. It was released on June 26, 2007 through most digital outlets. It was also released physically and exclusively in Japan on July 18, 2007

Broken Heart (White Lion song)
"Broken Heart" is a song by hard rock band White Lion and was their debut single.The song was originally from the band's Fight to Survive album in 1985, but was later re-recorded and re-released as a single for the Mane Attraction album in 1991 which peaked at number 61 on The Billboard 200.-1985 version:*Mike Tramp - Vocals*Vito Bratta - Guitars*Felix Robinson - Bass &

Broken Home
Broken home is a term used to describe a household, usually in reference to parenting, in which the family unit does not properly function according to accepted societal norms. This household might suffer from domestic violence, a dissolved marriage, drug abuse, or anything else that interferes with the upbringing of children.

Broken Home
Broken home is a term used to describe a household, usually in reference to parenting, in which the family unit does not properly function according to accepted societal norms. This household might suffer from domestic violence, a dissolved marriage, drug abuse, or anything else that interferes with the upbringing of children.

A broker is a party that arranges transactions between a buyer and a seller, and gets a commission when the deal is executed. A broker who also acts as a seller or as a buyer becomes a principal party to the deal

Broker (disambiguation)
A broker is a party that mediates between a buyer and a seller.Broker may also refer to:* Broker, Lewis, a small hamlet in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland* The Power Broker, 1974 biography of Robert Moses* The Broker, a novel by John Grisham

Brolly may refer to:* A colloquial term for umbrella* Shane Brolly, actor* Broly, fictional character from the Dragon Ball Z series

-People:*Gerald Brom, an American fantasy artist,*Robert Henry Brom, an American Roman Catholic bishop*Gustav Brom , Czech band leader*David Brom, American murderer Cor Brom*Cor Brom Dutch footballer

Brome (provincial electoral district)
Brome was a provincial electoral district in the province of Quebec, Canada. Located in the Estrie region, the riding was created in 1867. In 1973, it became part of the riding of Brome-Missisquoi.-Members of Legislative Assembly:

Bromic acid
Bromic acid, also known as hydrogen bromate, is an oxoacid that only exists in aqueous solution. It is a colorless solution that turns yellow at room temperature as it decomposes to bromine. Bromic acid and bromates are powerful oxidizing agents and are common ingredients in Belousov-Zhabotinsky reactions

A bromide is a chemical compound containing bromide ion, that is bromine atom with effective charge of −1. The class name can include ionic compounds such as caesium bromide or covalent compounds such as sulfur dibromide.-Natural occurrence:

Bromine ") is a chemical element with the symbol Br, an atomic number of 35, and an atomic mass of 79.904. It is in the halogen element group. The element was isolated independently by two chemists, Carl Jacob Löwig and Antoine Jerome Balard, in 1825–1826

Bromley (UK Parliament constituency)
Bromley is a former borough constituency in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It elected one Member of Parliament by the first past the post system of election. Its best-known MP was Harold Macmillan .

Bromo (disambiguation)
Bromo is a prefix referring to the element Bromine.Bromo may also refer to:* Bromo-Seltzer, an antacid* Mount Bromo, an Indonesian volcano* Bromo-DragonFLY, a psychedelic hallucinogen

Bromoacetic acid
Bromoacetic acid is the chemical compound with the formula CH2BrCO2H. This colorless solid is a relatively strong alkylating agent. Bromoacetic acid and its esters are widely used building blocks in organic synthesis, for example in pharmaceutical chemistry.

Bromochloromethane or methylene bromochloride and Halon 1011 is a mixed halomethane. It is a heavy low-viscosity liquid with refractive index 1.4808.

Bromoform (data page)
- Material Safety Data Sheet : The handling of this chemical may incur notable safety precautions. It is highly recommend that you seek the Material Safety Datasheet for this chemical from a reliable source and follow its directions.**

Bromous acid
Bromous acid with the formula HBrO2 has bromine in the +3 oxidation state. The salts of bromous acid are called bromites. The acid is not stable and only occurs as an intermediate, for example in the oxidation of hypobromites.- Chemistry :

Bromoxynil is a nitrile herbicide, trade names include Brominal, Bromotril, Bronate, Buctril, Certrol B, Litarol, M&B 10064, Merit, Pardner, Sabre, and Torch. It is used for post-emergent control of annual broadleaf weeds. It is especially effective in the control of weeds in cereal, corn, sorghum, onions, flax, mint, turf, and on non-cropland. It works by inhibiting photosynthesis

Brona may be:*a legendary Anglo-Saxon king, son of Baeldaeg, son of Woden, ancestor of the kings of Wessex.*a fictitious character from The Sword of Shannara, see Warlock Lord

The bronchioles or bronchioli are the first airway branches that no longer contain cartilage or glands in their submucosa. They are branches of the bronchi.The bronchioles terminate by entering the circular sacs called alveoli.- Structure :

Acute bronchitis is an inflammation of the large bronchi in the lungs that is usually caused by viruses or bacteria and may last several days or weeks. Characteristic symptoms include cough, sputum production, and shortness of breath and wheezing related to the obstruction of the inflamed airways

Bronchitis is inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi, the airways that carry airflow from the trachea into the lungs. Bronchitis can be divided into two categories, acute and chronic, each of which has unique etiologies, pathologies, and therapies.

Bronco, or bronc is a term used in the United States, northern Mexico and Canada to refer to an untrained horse or one that habitually bucks. It may refer to a feral horse that has lived in the wild its entire life, but is also used to refer to domestic horses not yet fully trained to saddle, and hence prone to unpredictable behavior, particularly bucking

Brontosaurus (disambiguation)
Brontosaurus is a former name for a genus of sauropod dinosaurs now known as Apatosaurus. It may also mean:* 9949 Brontosaurus, a main belt asteroid* Hnutí Brontosaurus, an environmental movement in the Czech Republic

Bronze is a metal alloy consisting primarily of copper, usually with tin as the main additive. It is hard and brittle, and it was particularly significant in antiquity, so much so that the Bronze Age was named after the metal

Bronze (disambiguation)
Bronze is a metal alloy composed of tin and various other metals.Bronze may also refer to:* Bronze , the tint of the metal* Bronze , a breed of domestic turkey* Bronze Age, an early period of historical development

A brooch ; also known in ancient times as a fibula; is a decorative jewelry item designed to be attached to garments. It is usually made of metal, often silver or gold but sometimes bronze or some other material

Brood may refer to:* Brood, a collective term for offspring* Brooding, the incubation of bird eggs by their parents* Brood , the young of a beehive*Brood: to think deeply about something, often in a dark or melancholy manner.

Brood (album)
Brood is the second studio album by Melbourne band My Friend the Chocolate Cake. The album was released in 1994 and won the 1995 ARIA Music Award for Best Adult Contemporary Album

-Places:*In the United Kingdom:**Brook, New Forest, Hampshire**Brook, Test Valley, Hampshire**Brook, Isle of Wight**Brook, Kent**Brook, Surrey**Brook, Carmarthenshire*In the United States:**Brook, Indiana-People:

- Places :* Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas* Brooke, Virginia* Brooke * Brooke Bond, a tea company* Brooke, Norfolk, England* Brooke, Rutland, England* Brooke's Point, Palawan, Philippines-People with the surname Brooke:

Brooke (VRE station)
The Brooke VRE station is a Virginia Railway Express station located at 1721 Brooke Road in Stafford, Virginia. Free parking is available and located on a hill leading from the road

Brooklyn (given name)
Brooklyn is a given name that has increased in popularity for girls in the United States and Canada in recent years. It has occasionally been used as a name in honor of Brooklyn, the New York City borough, but is usually regarded as simply a combination of the names Brook or Brooke, a name derived from an English surname meaning "one who lives near a brook" and the suffix -lyn, which is

Brooklyn (New Zealand electorate)
Brooklyn was a New Zealand Parliamentary electorate in Wellington city from 1946 to 1954.-Population centres:The electorate was based on the southern suburbs of Wellington city, around the hill suburb of Brooklyn.-History:

Brookside (Kansas City)
Brookside is a neighborhood located in Kansas City, Missouri around the area from 62nd Terrace to Meyer Boulevard on the North/South and Wornall Road to Main Street on the West/East. The neighborhood itself varies, but it is centered around the Brookside Shopping District

A broom is a cleaning tool consisting of stiff fibers attached to, and roughly parallel to, a cylindrical handle, the broomstick. It is thus a variety of brush with a long handle. It is commonly used in combination with a dustpan.

Broomstick (horse)
Broomstick was a Thoroughbred race horse born and bred at the famous McGrathiana Stud in Kentucky, but more importantly, he was one of the great sires of American racing. Out of another great sire, the Hall of Famer Ben Brush, Broomstick went on after his racing career to produce champion after champion for many years.The important horseman, James R

* Broon is sometimes a variant spelling or pronunciation for the color brown* Broon is also sometimes a slang term for a beer: Newcastle Brown Ale* A comic strip, The Broons

Bros (disambiguation)
Bros can refer to:* Bros, an English boy band* Brös, the Italian cheese preparation* Bros Records, a record label* Bro's, a song by musician Panda Bear* an abbreviation for brothers* The Bros.

Brose is a Scots word for an uncooked form of porridge: oatmeal is mixed with boiling water and allowed to stand for a short time. It is eaten with salt and butter, milk or buttermilk

Brosses is a commune in the Yonne department in Burgundy in north-central France.

Brot may refer to:* Brot-Dessous, a municipality in Switzerland* Brot-Plamboz, a municipality in Switzerland* Fettes Brot, a German hip hop group* Bernd das Brot, a puppet character on the German children's television channel KI.KA

Brotas (neighbourhood)
Brotas is a neighborhood located in the western zone of Salvador, Bahia. When Nordeste Linhas Aéreas Regionais existed, its headquarters were in Brotas.

Brothels are business establishments where patrons can engage in sexual activities with prostitutes. Brothels are known under a variety of names, including bordello, cathouse, knocking shop, whorehouse, strumpet house, sporting house, house of ill repute, house of prostitution, and bawdy house

Brothel (film)
Brothel is a 2008 film written and directed by Amy Waddell. The film stars Serena Scott Thomas, Brett Cullen, Timothy V. Murphy, and Bruce Payne. The movie was filmed in Jerome and Clarkdale, Arizona.-Plot:

Brother (manga)
Brother is a yaoi manga by Yuzuha Ougi. It has been published in English by DramaQueen in 2005.-Plot:The story is about Asuka Momoki and Yui Momoki who are two stepbrothers who were the best of friends during their lifetime as kids and young adolescents

A brother-in-law is the brother of one's spouse, the husband of one's sibling, or the husband of one's spouse's sibling.-See also:*Affinity *Sister-in-law*Brothers in Law , a 1955 British comedy novel

Brotherhood or The Brotherhood may refer to:- Family and organizations :* Brother, a male sibling* Brotherhood , a membership level in the Boy Scouts of America honor society* Fraternity or Brotherhood, a male social organization

Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher are located in the parish of Liscannor at the south-western edge of the Burren area near Doolin, which is located in County Clare, Ireland.

Cliffwood Beach, New Jersey
Cliffwood Beach is a census-designated place in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. The population was 3,194 as of the 2010 census.-Geography:

Clifton Suspension Bridge
Brunel died in 1859, without seeing the completion of the bridge. Brunel's colleagues in the Institution of Civil Engineers felt that completion of the Bridge would be a fitting memorial, and started to raise new funds

Clifton Williams
This article is about the American astronaut. For the composer, see Clifton Williams .Clifton Curtis 'C.C.' Williams was a NASA astronaut, a Naval Aviator, and a Major in the United States Marine Corps who was killed in a plane crash; he had never been to space

Clifton, New Jersey
Clifton is a city in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a total population of 84,136. The 2010 population represented an increase of 5,464 residents from its population of 78,672 in the 2000 Census, making it the state's 11th largest municipality.Clifton was incorporated as a city by an Act of the New Jersey

Cliftonville F.C.
Cliftonville Football & Athletic Club is a semi-professional, Northern Irish football club playing in the IFA Premiership. Founded on 20 September 1879 by John McCredy McAlery in the suburb of Cliftonville in north Belfast, it is the oldest football club in Ireland and celebrated its 130th anniversary in 2009

Climate encompasses the statistics of temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, rainfall, atmospheric particle count and other meteorological elemental measurements in a given region over long periods

Climatology is the study of climate, scientifically defined as weather conditions averaged over a period of time, and is a branch of the atmospheric sciences

Climax, Colorado
Climax was an unincorporated mining village and a former U.S. Post Office located in Lake County, Colorado. Climax was known for its large molybdenum ore deposit. The former Climax Post Office had the ZIP Code 80429. Climax is located along the Continental Divide at an elevation of about 11,360 feet

Climbing wall
A climbing wall is an artificially constructed wall with grips for hands and feet, usually used for indoor climbing, but sometimes located outdoors as well. Some are brick or wooden constructions, but on most modern walls, the material most often used is a thick multiplex board with holes drilled into it. Recently, manufactured steel and aluminum have also been used

Clinch River
The Clinch River rises in Southwest Virginia near Tazewell, Virginia and flows southwest through the Great Appalachian Valley, gathering various tributaries including the Powell River before joining the Tennessee River in East Tennessee.-Course:

A clinic is a health care facility that is primarily devoted to the care of outpatients

Clinical death
Clinical death is the medical term for cessation of blood circulation and breathing, the two necessary criteria to sustain life. It occurs when the heart stops beating in a regular rhythm, a condition called cardiac arrest. The term is also sometimes used in resuscitation research.Stopped blood circulation has historically proven irreversible in most cases

Clinical depression
Major depressive disorder is a mental disorder characterized by an all-encompassing low mood accompanied by low self-esteem, and by loss of interest or pleasure in normally enjoyable activities

Clinique is a manufacturer of skincare, cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances, owned by the Estée Lauder Corporation.- History :In 1967, American Vogue magazine published an article called “Can Great Skin Be Created?”, written by beauty editor Carol Phillips with Dr. Norman Orentreich, discussing the significance of a skin-care routine

Clinker (boat building)
Clinker building is a method of constructing hulls of boats and ships by fixing wooden planks and, in the early nineteenth century, iron plates to each other so that the planks overlap along their edges. The overlapping joint is called a land. In any but a very small boat, the individual planks will also be joined end to end; the whole length of one of these composite planks is a strake

Clint Black
Clint Patrick Black is an American country music singer-songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist and occasional actor. Signed to RCA Records in 1989, Black made his debut with his Killin' Time album, which produced four straight Number One singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts

Clinton Correctional Facility
Clinton Correctional Facility is a New York State Department of Correctional Services state prison for men located in the Village of Dannemora, New York. The prison itself is sometimes colloquially referred to as Dannemora, although its actual name is derived from its location in Clinton County, New York. The southern perimeter wall of the prison borders New York State Route 374

Clinton Foundation
The William J. Clinton Foundation is a foundation established by former President of the United States Bill Clinton with the stated mission to "strengthen the capacity of people throughout the world to meet the challenges of global interdependence." The Foundation focuses on four critical areas: health security; economic empowerment; leadership development and citizen service; and

Clinton health care plan
The Clinton health care plan was a 1993 healthcare reform package proposed by the administration of President Bill Clinton and closely associated with the chair of the task force devising the plan, First Lady of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Clinton Road
Clinton Road is located in West Milford, Passaic County, New Jersey. It runs in a generally north-south direction, beginning at Route 23 near Newfoundland and running roughly 10 miles to its northern terminus at Upper Greenwood Lake.

Clinton, Iowa
Clinton is a city in and the county seat of Clinton County, Iowa, United States. The population was 26231as of 2010. Clinton, along with DeWitt, Iowa , was named in honor of the seventh governor of New York, DeWitt Clinton. Clinton is the principal city of the Clinton Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is coterminous with Clinton County

A clipper was a very fast sailing ship of the 19th century that had three or more masts and a square rig. They were generally narrow for their length, could carry limited bulk freight, small by later 19th century standards, and had a large total sail area

Clipper programming language
Clipper is a computer programming language that is used to create software programs that originally operated primarily under DOS. Although it is a powerful general-purpose programming language, it was primarily used to create database/business programs.

Clipstone in north Nottinghamshire is a small working class ex-coal mining village built on an old army base.-History:George Sitwell, Ironmaster mined iron locally and built a furnace here in the seventeenth century.- General description :

Clique problem
In computer science, the clique problem refers to any of the problems related to finding particular complete subgraphs in a graph, i.e., sets of elements where each pair of elements is connected.

Clithon is a genus of freshwater snails or brackish snails that have an operculum, aquatic gastropod molluscs in the family Neritidae, the nerites.- Distribution :

In morphology and syntax, a clitic is a morpheme that is grammatically independent, but phonologically dependent on another word or phrase. It is pronounced like an affix, but works at the phrase level

The clitoris is a sexual organ that is present only in female mammals. In humans, the visible button-like portion is located near the anterior junction of the labia minora, above the opening of the urethra and vagina. Unlike the penis, which is homologous to the clitoris, the clitoris does not contain the distal portion of the urethra

Clive Cussler
Clive Eric Cussler is an American adventure novelist and marine archaeologist. His thriller novels, many featuring the character Dirk Pitt, have reached The New York Times fiction best-seller list more than seventeen times

Clive Farahar
Clive Farahar is a British dealer and expert on books and manuscripts. He is best known as an expert on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, which he joined in 1986.

Clive Granger
Sir Clive William John Granger was a British economist, who taught in Britain at the University of Nottingham and in the U.S.A. at the University of California, San Diego. In 2003, Granger was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, in recognition that he and his co-winner, Robert F

Clive James
Clive James, AM is an Australian author, critic, broadcaster, poet and memoirist, best known for his autobiographical series Unreliable Memoirs, for his chat shows and documentaries on British television and for his prolific journalism

Clive Martin
Sir Clive Martin, OBE, DL, TD, is a British businessman and a former Lord Mayor of London from 1999-2000.Martin was born in London and educated at Haileybury and the London College of Printing.

Clive Wearing
Clive Wearing is a British musicologist, conductor, and keyboardist suffering from an acute and long-lasting case of anterograde and retrograde amnesia, meaning that he lacks the ability to form new memories.-Musical career:

Cliveden is an Italianate mansion and estate at Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England. Set on banks above the River Thames, its grounds slope down to the river. The site has been home to an Earl, two Dukes, a Prince of Wales and the Viscounts Astor.

Clobetasol propionate
Clobetasol propionate is a corticosteroid used to treat various skin disorders including eczema and psoriasis. It is also highly effective for contact dermatitis caused by exposure to poison ivy/oak. Clobetasol belongs to US Class I of the corticosteroids, making it one of the most potent available

A clock is an instrument used to indicate, keep, and co-ordinate time. The word clock is derived ultimately from the Celtic words clagan and clocca meaning "bell". A silent instrument missing such a mechanism has traditionally been known as a timepiece

A clockwork is the inner workings of either a mechanical clock or a device that operates in a similar fashion. Specifically, the term refers to a mechanical device utilizing a complex series of gears.

Clodagh Rodgers
Clodagh Rodgers is a singer and actress from Northern Ireland, best known for her hit single, "Jack in the Box".-Career:

Clomifene or clomiphene or Clomid or Clomifert is a selective estrogen receptor modulator that increases production of gonadotropins by inhibiting negative feedback on the hypothalamus

Cloncurry, Queensland
-Notable residents:*Writer Alexis Wright grew up in Cloncurry.*Association Footballer Kasey Wehrman was born in Cloncurry . He went on to play domestically and in Scandinavia. His achievements include winning a NSL Championship in 1996-1997 with the Brisbane Strikers and being capped several times with the Australian National Team.-External links:*

Cloning in biology is the process of producing similar populations of genetically identical individuals that occurs in nature when organisms such as bacteria, insects or plants reproduce asexually. Cloning in biotechnology refers to processes used to create copies of DNA fragments , cells , or organisms

Clonitazene is an opioid analgesic of approximately three times the potency of morphine. It is related to etonitazene.

Clonycavan Man
Clonycavan Man is the name given to a well-preserved Iron Age bog body found in Clonycavan, County Meath, Ireland in March 2003. He has been calculated to have been approximately 1.57 metres in height, and is remarkable for the "gel" in his hair.

Cloquet, Minnesota
As of the census of 2000, there were 11,201 people, 4,636 households, and 2,967 families residing in the city. The population density was 317.9 people per square mile . There were 4,805 housing units at an average density of 136.4 per square mile

Closed shop
A closed shop is a form of union security agreement under which the employer agrees to hire union members only, and employees must remain members of the union at all times in order to remain employed.

Clostridium botulinum
Clostridium botulinum is a Gram-positive, rod-shaped bacterium that produces several toxins. The best known are its neurotoxins, subdivided in types A-G, that cause the flaccid muscular paralysis seen in botulism. It is also the main paralytic agent in botox. C. botulinum is an anaerobic spore-former, which produces oval, subterminal endospores and is commonly found in soil

Clothes dryer
A clothes dryer or tumble dryer is a household appliance that is used to remove moisture from a load of clothing and other textiles, generally shortly after they are cleaned in a washing machine.

Clothing laws by country
Clothing laws vary considerably around the world. In general, in most countries, there are no laws which prescribe what clothing is required to be worn. However, the community standards of clothing are set indirectly by way of prosecution of those who wear something that is not socially approved

Clothing Moth
Tineola bisselliella, known as the Common Clothes Moth, Webbing Clothes Moth, or simply Clothing Moth, is a species of fungus moth . Therein it belongs to the subfamily Tineinae. It is the type species of its genus Tineola. The specific name is commonly mis-spelled biselliella – for example by G. A. W

Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication commonly used in the treatment of fungal infections such as vaginal yeast infections, oral thrush, and ringworm

A cloud is a visible mass of liquid droplets or frozen crystals made of water and/or various chemicals suspended in the atmosphere above the surface of a planetary body. They are also known as aerosols. Clouds in Earth's atmosphere are studied in the cloud physics branch of meteorology

Cloud Club
The Cloud Club occupied the 66th, 67th, and 68th floors of the Chrysler Building in New York City. It opened in July 1930 with a membership of 300, including Edward F

Cloud ear fungus
Cloud ear fungus is an edible jelly fungus. It is gray-brown in color and often used in Asian cooking.-Etymology:

Rubus chamaemorus is a rhizomatous herb native to alpine and arctic tundra and boreal forest, producing amber-colored edible fruit similar to the raspberry or blackberry

Cloughjordan, officially Cloghjordan , is a town in North Tipperary in Ireland. It is in the barony of Ormond Lower, and it is also a parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe.

Cloven hoof
A cloven hoof is a hoof split into two toes. This is found on members of the mammalian order Artiodactyla. Examples of mammals that possess this type of hoof are deer and sheep. In folklore and popular culture, a cloven hoof has long been associated with the Devil.The two digits of cloven hoofed animals are homologous to the third and fourth fingers of the hand

CLOVER is the name of a series or class of modem modulation techniques specifically designed for use over high frequency radio systems.

Clovis culture
The Clovis culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture that first appears 11,500 RCYBP , at the end of the last glacial period, characterized by the manufacture of "Clovis points" and distinctive bone and ivory tools

Clovis II
Clovis II succeeded his father Dagobert I in 639 as King of Neustria and Burgundy. His brother Sigebert III had been King of Austrasia since 634. He was initially under the regency of his mother Nanthild until her death in her early thirties in 642

Clownfish or anemonefish are fishes from the subfamily Amphiprioninae in the family Pomacentridae. Twenty-eight species are recognized, one in the genus Premnas, while the remaining are in the genus Amphiprion. In the wild they all form symbiotic mutualisms with sea anemones

Clozapine is an antipsychotic medication used in the treatment of schizophrenia, and is also used off-label in the treatment of bipolar disorder. Wyatt. R and Chew

Clu Gulager
Clu Gulager is an American television and film actor. He is particularly noted for his co-starring role as William H. Bonney in the 1960–62 NBC TV series The Tall Man and for his role in the later NBC series The Virginian

A club is an association of two or more people united by a common interest or goal. A service club, for example, exists for voluntary or charitable activities; there are clubs devoted to hobbies and sports, social activities clubs, political and religious clubs, and so forth.- History :Historically, clubs occurred in all ancient states of which we have detailed knowledge

Club Deportivo Cruz Azul
Club Deportivo, Social, y Cultural Cruz Azul, known simply as Cruz Azul, is a Mexican professional Association football club based in Mexico City, Mexico; after which initially was based in Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul in the Mexican state of Hidalgo

Club Deportivo El Nacional
Club Deportivo "El Nacional" is a Ecuadorian sports club from Quito, known best for their professional football team. The team currently plays in the Serie A, the top-flight football league in the country.

Club Deportivo y Social Vida
Club Deportivo y Social Vida, or simply Vida, is an Honduran football club based in La Ceiba, Atlántida. The club has been champion twice and runner up 3 times.-History:

Club FM 94.3
Club FM is a private FM radio station for the state of Kerala in India, operated by the Mathrubhumi in Kerala, specialising in popular music throughout the day. It bagged three of the RAPA awards in 2007, instituted by the Radio and TV Advertising Practitioners Association of India to honor exceptional work in radio and television

Club Med
Club Méditerranée , commonly known as Club Med, is a French corporation of vacation resorts found in many parts of the world, usually in exotic locations. It is considered the original all-inclusive resort.-Foundation: