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Brushfire
Brushfire may refer to:* Brushfire Records, a record label* Brushfire , a fictional supervillain* Brushfire Fairytales, an album by Jack Johnson* Brushfire Inc., an advertising agency in Cedar Knolls, NJ* Brush fire, a wild fire

Brushland Tinamou
The Brushland Tinamou, Nothoprocta cinerascens, is a type of Tinamou commonly found in high altitude dry shrubland in subtropical and tropical regions of southern South America.-Etymology:

Brusque
Brusque may refer to:* Brusque, Aveyron, France* Brusque, Santa Catarina, Brazil* Nicolas Brusque , French rugby union footballer* Brusque Futebol Clube, Brazilian football club

Brussels
Brussels , officially the Brussels Region or Brussels-Capital Region , is the capital of Belgium and the de facto capital of the European Union

Brut
-Literature:* Roman de Brut, a verse chronicle in Anglo-Norman by Wace* Layamon's Brut, an English chronicle by Layamon based on Wace* Brut y Tywysogion , a Welsh mediaeval chronicle

Brutal (album)
Brutal is the second studio album by Brazilian hard rock band Dr. Sin, released in 1995. With this album, Dr. Sin opened for such bands as Bon Jovi, AC/DC, Joe Satriani and Steve Vai.-Track listing:-Japanese Version - Silent Scream:

Brutality (film)
-Cast:* Walter Miller - The Young Man* Mae Marsh - The Young Woman* Joseph Graybill - The Victim of Anger* Lionel Barrymore - At Wedding* Elmer Booth - In Play* Clara T. Bracy - At Wedding/At Theatre* William J. Butler - At Theatre* Harry Carey - At Theatre

Brute
- People :* Brute of Troy, a legendary descendant of the Trojan hero Æneas, known in mediæval British legend as the founder and first king of Britain

Brute (comics)
Brute, in comics, may refer to:*Marvel Comics:**Brute , a superhero who is an alternate reality version of the X-Men's Beast**Brute , one of the lesser known Morlocks in the main Marvel universe

Brute (Morlocks)
Brute is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in New Mutants vol. 1 #91.-Fictional character biography:

Brute Force (1914 film)
Brute Force is a short silent drama film directed by D. W. Griffith, and starring Robert Harron and Mae Marsh. The film was shot in Chatsworth Park, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California

Brutus (band)
Brutus is a Czech rock musical group with a long tradition. They call their style true bigbeat Brutus was established in 1967 under the name Mandragora

Brutus (Canadian band)
Brutus was a Canadian rock band formed in 1969 and active, with interruptions, between 1969 and 1978.-History:The original band consisted of Walter Zwolinski as vocalist, Tom Wilson as bassist, Michael Magann on trumpet, Lance Wright on drums, Sonny Wingay on guitar, and Bill Robb on sax and trombone

Bryales
Bryales is an order of mosses, including the following families:* Bryaceae* Catoscopiaceae* Leptostomataceae* Mniaceae* Phyllodrepaniaceae* Pseudoditrichaceae* Pulchrinodaceae

Bryan
- Places :* Bryan, California* Bryan, Ohio* Bryan, Texas* Bryan, Wyoming* Bryan Township - Names :*Bryan , list of people with this name*Bryan , list of people with this name- See also :* O'Bryan

Bryan (Amtrak station)
Bryan is located on the north side of downtown, at Paige and Lynn Streets in Bryan, Ohio. It is an unmanned station eight miles south of the Ohio Turnpike. The station is located near a former New York Central train station.- External links :

Bryn (disambiguation)
Bryn can refer to:* Bryn, the Welsh word for hill or mound* Bryn, a male given name of Welsh origin* Bryn, a female given name of Welsh origin, in occasional modern use-Places:* Bryn in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, England

Bryn Jones discography
This is a discography of electronic musician Bryn Jones as E.g Oblique Graph and Muslimgauze.Plain reissues and compilation tracks taken from albums are not included.-as E.g Oblique Graph:-Studio albums:-Extended plays:-Box sets:-Tributes:

Bryn Jones discography
This is a discography of electronic musician Bryn Jones as E.g Oblique Graph and Muslimgauze.Plain reissues and compilation tracks taken from albums are not included.-as E.g Oblique Graph:-Studio albums:-Extended plays:-Box sets:-Tributes:

Bryn Mawr-Skyway, Washington
Bryn Mawr-Skyway is a census-designated place in King County, Washington, United States. The population was 15,645 at the 2010 census.Bryn Mawr-Skyway is the only census-designated place in the Seattle metro area to report a majority-minority population in the 2000 Census

Brynna
Brynna is a small village situated between Pencoed and Llanharan. It is located at the point where the borders of two Welsh county borough's, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Bridgend, meet.

Bryology
Bryology is the branch of botany concerned with the scientific study of bryophytes . Bryophytes were first studied in detail in the 18th century

Bryophyta
Bryophyta may refer to:*Mosses, a specific group of leafy bryophytes, now regarded as Division Bryophyta .*Bryophytes, a paraphyletic group of plants formerly regarded as a single division but now split into mosses , hornworts , and liverworts .

Bryopsida
The Bryopsida constitute the largest class of mosses, containing 95% of all moss species. It consists of approximately 11,500 species, common throughout the whole world.

Bryopsidales
Bryopsidales is an order of green algae, in the class Bryopsidophyceae.-Characteristics:The thallus is filamentous and much branched and may be packed into a mass. It is coenocytic, having multi-nucleate cells consisting of cytoplasm contained within a cylindrical cell wall

Bryopsidophyceae
Bryopsidophyceae is a class of chlorphyte green alga.-Links to scientific databases:

Bryozoa
The Bryozoa, also known as Ectoprocta or commonly as moss animals, are a phylum of aquatic invertebrate animals. Typically about long, they are filter feeders that sieve food particles out of the water using a retractable lophophore, a "crown" of tentacles lined with cilia

Brzoza
Brzoza may refer to the following places in Poland:*Brzoza, Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Brzoza, Bydgoszcz County in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship

BS
BS, B.S., Bs or bs may refer to:-Academics:*Bachelor of Science degree, also abbreviated BSc*Bachelor of Surgery*Behavioural sciences-Standards:*Venezuelan bolívar's currency sign*Bolivian boliviano's currency sign

BST
-Time zones:* Bangladesh Standard Time, the time zone of Bangladesh, is observed throughout the whole country, with a time offset of UTC+6:00* British Summer Time, the daylight saving time zone for Britain, which was known as British Standard Time between 1968 and 1971* Burma Standard Time, the standard time zone for Burma * Bissau Standard Time, the standard time zone for

BT (Buck-Tick album)
BT is the third compilation album by Buck-Tick, released on March 20, 1999. It compiles every single and B-side they released while signed to Victor Entertainment, except the live B-sides of "Die". It also includes a demo version of "Romanesque". It reached number sixteen on the Oricon chart

BTW
The initialism BTW may stand for:*By the way, popularized in Internet slang or "between".*British Traditional Wicca, the original, initiatory form of Wicca.*Booker T

Bub
Bub is an Indian film in Kashmiri language directed by Jyoti Sarup. It released in Jammu on 1 December 2001. It is only the third Kashmiri film, the preceding one was released 38 years before.

Bubalus
Bubalus is a genus of bovines, whose English name is buffalo. Species that belong to this genus are:* Subgenus Bubalus** Water Buffalo, Bubalus bubalis*** Carabao, Bubalus bubalis carabanesis

Bubanj
Bubanj is located in Palilula, Niš, Serbia. According to the 2002 census was 516 inhabitants . It is famous for its World War II Bubanj Memorial Park, Historic Landmark of Exceptional Importance.-History:

Bubble
-Physical bubbles:* Liquid bubble, globule of one substance encased in another, usually air in a liquid* Soap bubble, a bubble formed by soapy water * Antibubble, a droplet of liquid surrounded by a thin film of gas-Arts and literature:

Bubble (computing)
In computing, a bubble is a "hiccup" in execution of an instruction in an instruction pipeline.The following is two executions of the same four instruction through a 4-stage pipeline but, for whatever reason, a delay in fetching of the purple instruction in cycle #2 leads to a bubble being created delaying all instructions after it as well.

Bubble and squeak
Bubble and squeak is a traditional English dish made with the shallow-fried leftover vegetables from a roast dinner. The main ingredients are potato and cabbage, but carrots, peas, brussels sprouts, and other vegetables can be added

Bubble bath
The term bubble bath can be used to describe aerated or carbonated baths, or to describe bathing with a layer of surfactant foam on the surface of the water and consequently also the surfactant product used to produce the foam.

Bubbler
Bubbler is a trademarked name that refers to what some may call a drinking fountain.-History of device:The Bubbler' was developed in 1889 by the then-small Kohler Water Works in Kohler, Wisconsin, which was already well-known for its faucet production

Bubbles (painting)
Bubbles, originally titled A Child's World, is a painting by Sir John Everett Millais that became famous when it was used over many generations in advertisements for Pears soap

Bubbly
"Bubbly" is a song by American recording artist Colbie Caillat from her debut album, Coco . Written by Caillat and Jason Reeves and produced by Mikal Blue, the song was released as the album's lead single in May 2007

Bubo
Bubo may refer to:* A bubo, a rounded swelling on the skin of a person afflicted by the bubonic plague.* Bubo, the horned owl and eagle-owl genus.* Bubo, a mechanical owl in the 1981 film Clash of the Titans

Bubo
A bubo is swelling of the lymph nodes. It is found in infections such as bubonic plague, gonorrhea, tuberculosis or syphilis

Bubonic plague
Bubonic plague is a zoonotic disease, circulating mainly among small rodents and their fleas, and is one of three types of infections caused by Yersinia pestis , which belongs to the family Enterobacteriaceae

Buc
Buc may refer to:* Buc, Yvelines, a commune of the Yvelines département, in France* Buc, Territoire de Belfort, a commune of the Territoire de Belfort département, in France* Búč, a village in south Slovakia* buc, the ISO 639-3 code for the Bushi language

Buccal
Buccal may refer to:* Mouth, a body cavity** Specifically the cheek* Buccal artery

Buceo
Buceo is a barrio in Montevideo, Uruguay. It borders To the Pocitos and Villa Dolores to the west, Parque Batlle, Unión and Malvín Norte to the north, Malvín to the east and the coastline to the south. The coastal avenue along Buceo takes on the names Rambla Armenia and Rambla República de Chile

Bucephala
Bucephala may refer to:* Bucephala , the goldeneye, a duck genus* Bucephala is the name of at least two Greek cities:** Bucephala, or Alexandria Bucephalus, a city founded by Alexander the Great and named in honor of his horse, Bucephalus

Buch
Buch , is the German word for book, but in the names of cities, villages or places it is usually a modification of the German word Buche

Buch (surname)
Buch is the surname of:* Bob Buch , member of the Alaska House of Representatives* Christian Leopold von Buch , German geologist and paleontologist* Eva-Maria Buch , German resistance fighter

Buck
Buck may refer to:People:*Buck *Buck *Michael Buckley *Buck BrannamanPlaces:* Buck, Pennsylvania, an Unincorporated community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

BUCK
BUCK is the first major full-length album released by Christian ska band BUCK Enterprises. The album was released under the band's name of BUCK

Buck (crater)
Buck is a crater in the Navka region of Venus. It has the terraced walls, flat radar-dark floor, and central peak that are characteristic of craters classified as 'complex'. The central peak on its floor is unusually large. Flow-like deposits extend beyond the limits of the coarser rim deposits on its west and southwest

Buckaroo
A Buckaroo is a cowboy of the vaquero tradition of the Great Basin and California regions of the United States, particularly one skilled in the handling of horses

Bucket
A bucket, also called a pail, is typically a watertight, vertical cylinder or truncated cone, with an open top and a flat bottom, usually attached to a semicircular carrying handle called the bail. A pail can have an open top or can have a lid.

Bucket (disambiguation)
Bucket is a cylindrical or conical container for transporting liquid or granular material. It may also refer to:-Physical containers:* Bucket , a term also used to denote the scoop installed on different machines.

Bucket (machine part)
A bucket is a specialized container attached to a machine, as compared to a bucket adapted to the form of a human being

Bucket shop
Bucket shop refers to a particular type of fraudulent business:* Bucket shop * Bucket shop The term is used as a pejorative colloquialism to refer to different kinds of businesses, indicating that the speaker believes it is a fraud or scam

Bucket shop (heraldry)
An heraldic bucket shop is a heraldry company that will "sell" a coat of arms associated with the customer's surname, regardless of whether the customer can actually claim a relation to the original armiger.

Cock ring
A cock ring, or cockring, is a ring that is placed around a man's penis, usually at the base, primarily to slow the flow of blood from the erect penile tissue, thus maintaining erection for a much longer period of time.

Cockapoo
A Cockapoo is a cross breed dog, first bred in the United States. It is the cross of an American Cocker Spaniel or English Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle , or of two Cockapoos

Cockatiel
The Cockatiel , also known as the Quarrion and the Weiro, is the smallest cockatoo endemic to Australia. They are prized as a household pet and companion parrot throughout the world and are relatively easy to breed

Cockchafer
The cockchafer is a European beetle of the genus Melolontha, in the family Scarabaeidae.

Cockenzie power station
Cockenzie power station is a coal-fired power station in East Lothian, Scotland, capable of co-firing biomass. It is situated on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, near the town of Cockenzie and Port Seton, east of the Scottish capital of Edinburgh. The station has dominated the local coastline with its distinctive twin chimneys, since it opened in 1967

Cockfight
A cockfight is a blood sport between two roosters , held in a ring called a cockpit. Cockfighting is now illegal throughout all states in the United States, Brazil, Australia and in most of Europe. It is still legal in several U.S. territories.

Cockfosters tube station
Cockfosters is a London Underground station on the Piccadilly Line for which it is the northern terminus. The station is located on Cockfosters Road approximately 9 miles from central London and serves Cockfosters in the London Borough of Barnet although it is actually located a short distance across the borough boundary in the neighbouring London Borough of Enfield

Cockpit
A cockpit or flight deck is the area, usually near the front of an aircraft, from which a pilot controls the aircraft. Most modern cockpits are enclosed, except on some small aircraft, and cockpits on large airliners are also physically separated from the cabin

Cockroach
Cockroaches are insects of the order Blattaria or Blattodea, of which about 30 species out of 4,500 total are associated with human habitations

Coco Chanel
Gabrielle Bonheur "Coco" Chanel was a pioneering French fashion designer whose modernist thought, menswear-inspired fashions, and pursuit of expensive simplicity made her an important figure in 20th-century fashion. She was the founder of one of the most famous fashion brands, Chanel

Cocoa
Cocoa bean is the dried and fully fermented fatty seed of Theobroma cacao, from which cocoa solids and cocoa butter are extracted

Coconut
The coconut palm, Cocos nucifera, is a member of the family Arecaceae . It is the only accepted species in the genus Cocos. The term coconut can refer to the entire coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit, which is not a botanical nut. The spelling cocoanut is an old-fashioned form of the word

Coconut water
Coconut water is the clear liquid inside young coconuts . As the fruit matures, the coconut water is gradually replaced by the coconut meat and air. A very young coconut has very little meat; the meat that it has is very tender, almost a gel

Cod liver oil
Cod liver oil is a nutritional supplement derived from liver of cod fish. It has high levels of the omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, and very high levels of vitamin A and vitamin D. It is widely taken to ease the symptoms of arthritis and for other health benefits

Code Lyoko
Code Lyoko is a French animated television series created by Thomas Romain and Tania Palumbo. The series centers on boarding school students Jeremie, Ulrich, Yumi, and Odd who travel to the virtual world of Lyoko to fight against multi-agent computer program XANA with Aelita, a being originally trapped in Lyoko

Code of Federal Regulations
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules and regulations published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government of the United States.The CFR is published by the Office of the Federal Register, an agency of the National Archives and Records

Code of Hammurabi
The Code of Hammurabi is a well-preserved Babylonian law code, dating to ca. 1780 BC . It is one of the oldest deciphered writings of significant length in the world. The sixth Babylonian king, Hammurabi, enacted the code, and partial copies exist on a human-sized stone stele and various clay tablets

Code of Points (artistic gymnastics)
A Code of Points is a rulebook that defines the scoring system for each level of competition in gymnastics. There is no unified, international code of points; every oversight organization—such as FIG , NCAA Gymnastics, and most national gymnastics federations—designs and employs its own unique Code of Points

Code signing
Code signing is the process of digitally signing executables and scripts to confirm the software author and guarantee that the code has not been altered or corrupted since it was signed by use of a cryptographic hash.

Code talker
Code talkers was a term used to describe people who talk using a coded language. It is frequently used to describe 400 Native American Marines who served in the United States Marine Corps whose primary job was the transmission of secret tactical messages

Code-switching
In linguistics, code-switching is the concurrent use of more than one language, or language variety, in conversation. Multilinguals—people who speak more than one language—sometimes use elements of multiple languages in conversing with each other

Codelco
CODELCO is the Chilean state owned copper mining company formed in 1976 from the foreign owned copper companies that were nationalised in 1971. The headquarters are in Santiago and the seven-man board of directors is appointed by the President of the Republic

Codex
A codex is a book in the format used for modern books, with multiple quires or gatherings typically bound together and given a cover.Developed by the Romans from wooden writing tablets, its gradual replacement

Codex Sinaiticus
Codex Sinaiticus is one of the four great uncial codices, an ancient, handwritten copy of the Greek Bible. It is an Alexandrian text-type manuscript written in the 4th century in uncial letters on parchment. Current scholarship considers the Codex Sinaiticus to be one of the best Greek texts of the New Testament, along with that of the Codex Vaticanus

Codex Vaticanus
The Codex Vaticanus , is one of the oldest extant manuscripts of the Greek Bible , one of the four great uncial codices. The Codex is named for the residence in the Vatican Library, where it has been stored since at least the 15th century

Coelenterata
Coelenterata is an obsolete term encompassing two animal phyla, the Ctenophora and the Cnidaria . The name comes from the Greek "koilos" , referring to the hollow body cavity common to these two phyla

Coelophysis
Coelophysis , meaning "hollow form" in reference to its hollow bones , is one of the earliest known genera of dinosaur

Coercivity
In materials science, the coercivity, also called the coercive field or coercive force, of a ferromagnetic material is the intensity of the applied magnetic field required to reduce the magnetization of that material to zero after the magnetization of the sample has been driven to saturation

COEX Mall
COEX Mall is an underground shopping mall located in Gangnam-gu Seoul, South Korea. It is Asia's largest underground shopping mall with an area of about 85,000 square metres

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility is a women's prison and prisoner intake center in Wilsonville, Oregon, United States. Operated by the Oregon Department of Corrections, the 1,684 bed facility opened in 2001 at a campus. The selection of the location for the prison was controversial and included legal challenges

Coffee percolator
A coffee percolator is a type of pot used to brew coffee. The name stems from the word "percolate" which means to cause to pass through a permeable substance especially for extracting a soluble constituent.

Coffee table
A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages , magazines, books , and other small items to be used while sitting, such as beverage coasters. Coffee tables are usually found in the living room or sitting room

Coffin
A coffin is a funerary box used in the display and containment of dead people – either for burial or cremation.Contemporary North American English makes a distinction between "coffin", which is generally understood to denote a funerary box having six sides in plan view, and "casket", which generally denotes a four-sided box.-Etymology:First attested in

Cogeneration
Cogeneration is the use of a heat engine or a power station to simultaneously generate both electricity and useful heat.

Cognition
In science, cognition refers to mental processes. These processes include attention, remembering, producing and understanding language, solving problems, and making decisions. Cognition is studied in various disciplines such as psychology, philosophy, linguistics, and computer science

Cognitive dissonance
Cognitive dissonance is a discomfort caused by holding conflicting ideas simultaneously. The theory of cognitive dissonance proposes that people have a motivational drive to reduce dissonance. They do this by changing their attitudes, beliefs, and actions. Dissonance is also reduced by justifying, blaming, and denying

Cognitive evaluation theory
Cognitive Evaluation Theory is a theory in Psychology that is designed to explain the effects of external consequences on internal motivation

Cognitive test
Cognitive tests are assessments of the cognitive capabilities of humans and animals. Tests administered to humans include various forms of IQ tests; those administered to animals include the mirror test and the T maze test

Cognizant Technology Solutions
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. is an American global provider of custom information technology, consulting and business process outsourcing services. Its headquartered in Teaneck, New Jersey, United States and is a member of NASDAQ-100, the S&P 500 and Fortune 500

COGO
COGO is a suite of programs used in civil engineering for solving coordinate geometry problems.COGO was originally a subsystem of MIT's Integrated Civil Engineering System , developed in the 1960s. Other ICES subsystems included STRUDL, BRIDGE, LEASE, PROJECT, ROADS and TRANSET, and the internal languages ICETRAN and CDL

Cogon grass
Imperata cylindrica, commonly known as blady grass, cogon grass , kunai grass , or Japanese bloodgrass, is a species of grass in the genus Imperata

Cohens v. Virginia
Cohens v. Virginia, , was a United States Supreme Court decision most noted for John Marshall and the Court's assertion of its power to review state supreme court decisions in criminal law matters when the plaintiff claims that their Constitutional rights have been violated

Cohiba (cigar brand)
Cohiba is a brand for two kinds of premium cigar, one produced in Cuba for Habanos S.A., the Cuban state-owned tobacco company, and the other produced in the Dominican Republic for US-based General Cigar Company

Cohoes Falls
Cohoes Falls is a waterfall on the Mohawk River shared by the city of Cohoes and the town of Waterford, New York, United States. Discovered by the indigenous Mohawk tribe, the falls were originally called Ga-ha-oose, which is believed to mean "The Place of the Falling Canoe." Cohoes historian Arthur Masten wrote in his 1880 history that the phrase might mean "Potholes in the River,"

Cohort (statistics)
In statistics and demography, a cohort is a group of subjects who have shared a particular time together during a particular time span . Cohorts may be tracked over extended periods in a cohort study. The cohort can be modified by censoring, i.e

Coil
A coil is a series of loops. A coiled coil is a structure in which the coil itself is in turn also looping.-Electromagnetic coils:An electromagnetic coil is formed when a conductor is wound around a core or form to create an inductor or electromagnet

Coil stamp
A coil stamp is a type of postage stamp sold in strips one stamp wide. The name derives from the usual handling of long strips, which is to coil them into rolls, in a manner reminiscent of adhesive tape rolls

Coilgun
A coilgun is a type of projectile accelerator that consists of one or more coils used as electromagnets in the configuration of a synchronous linear motor which accelerate a magnetic projectile to high velocity

Coimbra Fado
Coimbra Fado is a genre of fado originating in the city of Coimbra, Portugal. It was adopted as the music of the university students of this city, also known as Student Fado , but is usually considered the typical music of Coimbra itself.It is performed with the traditional Guitarra de Coimbra Coimbra Fado (Portuguese: Fado de Coimbra) is a genre of fado originating in the city of Coimbra, Portugal. It was adopted as the music of the university students of this city, also known as Student Fado (Fado de Estudante), but is usually considered the typical music of Coimbra itself.It is performed with the traditional Guitarra de Coimbra Coimbra Fado (Portuguese: Fado de Coimbra) is a genre of fado originating in the city of Coimbra, Portugal. It was adopted as the music of the university students of this city, also known as Student Fado (Fado de Estudante), but is usually considered the typical music of Coimbra itself.It is performed with the traditional Guitarra de Coimbra (a kind of Portuguese guitar

Coin collecting
Coin collecting is the collecting or trading of coins or other forms of minted legal tender.Coins of interest to collectors often include those that circulated for only a brief time, coins with mint errors and especially beautiful or historically significant pieces. Coin collecting can be differentiated from numismatics in that the latter is the systematic study of currency

Coin flipping
Coin flipping or coin tossing or heads or tails is the practice of throwing a coin in the air to choose between two alternatives, sometimes to resolve a dispute between two parties

Coke (fuel)
Coke is the solid carbonaceous material derived from destructive distillation of low-ash, low-sulfur bituminous coal. Cokes from coal are grey, hard, and porous. While coke can be formed naturally, the commonly used form is man-made.- History :

Coke R. Stevenson
Coke Robert Stevenson was the 35th Governor of Texas from 1941 to 1947. He was the only 20th century Texan politician to serve as Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, as Lieutenant Governor, and then as governor

Cokie Roberts
Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne Roberts , best known as Cokie Roberts, is an American Emmy Award-winning journalist and bestselling author. She is a contributing senior news analyst for National Public Radio as well as a regular roundtable analyst for the current This Week with Christiane Amanpour

Colander
A colander is a bowl-shaped kitchen utensil with holes in it used for draining food such as pasta or rice.The perforated nature of the colander allows liquid to drain through while retaining the solids inside

Colchester Castle
Colchester Castle in Colchester, Essex is an example of a largely complete Norman castle. It is a Grade I listed building.-Construction:At one and a half times the size of the Tower of London's White Tower, Colchester's keep is the largest ever built in Britain and the largest surviving example in Europe. There has always been debate as to the original height of the castle

Colchester Garrison
Colchester Garrison is located in Colchester in the county of Essex. It has been an important military base since the Roman era. The first permanent military garrison in Colchester was established by Legio XX Valeria Victrix in 43 AD following the Claudian invasion of Britain. Colchester was an important garrison town during the Napoleonic Wars and throughout the Victorian era

Cold Bay, Alaska
Cold Bay is a city in Aleutians East Borough, Alaska, United States.Cold Bay is one of the main commercial centers of the Alaska Peninsula, and is home to Cold Bay Airport.-History:

Cold Case
Cold Case is an American police procedural television series which ran on CBS from September 28, 2003 to May 2, 2010. The series revolved around a fictionalized Philadelphia Police Department division that specializes in investigating cold cases. On May 18, 2010, CBS announced that the series had been canceled. The series currently airs in syndication on TNT in the U.S

Cold cathode
A cold cathode is a cathode used within nixie tubes, gas discharge lamps, discharge tubes, and some types of vacuum tube which is not electrically heated by the circuit to which it is connected

Cold Mountain (novel)
Cold Mountain is a 1997 historical fiction novel by Charles Frazier. It tells the story of W. P. Inman, a wounded deserter from the Confederate army near the end of the American Civil War who walks for months to return to Ada Monroe, the love of his life; the story shares several similarities with Homer's The Odyssey

Cold Sassy Tree
Cold Sassy Tree is a 1984 novel by Olive Ann Burns. Set in the U.S. state of Georgia in the fictional town of Cold Sassy in 1906, it follows the life of a 14-year-old boy named Will Tweedy, and explores themes such as religion, death, and social taboos

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is a private, non-profit institution with research programs focusing on cancer, neurobiology, plant genetics, genomics and bioinformatics. The Laboratory has a broad educational mission, including the recently established Watson School of Biological Sciences. It currently employs over 400 scientists

Cold Springs, Nevada
Cold Springs is a census-designated place in Washoe County, Nevada, United States. It is located just off U.S. Route 395 in the northwestern part of the Reno–Sparks Metropolitan Statistical Area, adjacent to the California state line

Cold Squad
Cold Squad is a Canadian police procedural television series first broadcast in 1998 that followed the investigations of a part of the Vancouver Police Department Homicide Division tasked with solving cold cases, the titular Cold Squad, as led by Sergeant Ali McCormick .The cast of Cold Squad was diverse and changing, McCormick being the only character to appear

Cold War
The Cold War was the continuing state from roughly 1946 to 1991 of political conflict, military tension, proxy wars, and economic competition between the Communist World—primarily the Soviet Union and its satellite states and allies—and the powers of the Western world, primarily the United States and its allies

ColdFusion
In computing, ColdFusion is the name of a commercial rapid application development platform invented by Jeremy and JJ Allaire in 1995. ColdFusion was originally designed to make it easier to connect simple HTML pages to a database, by version 2 it had

Colditz
Colditz is a town in the Free State of Saxony, Germany, near Leipzig, located on the banks of the river Mulde. The town has a population of 5,188 .

Coldplay
Coldplay are a British alternative rock band formed in 1996 by lead vocalist Chris Martin and lead guitarist Jonny Buckland at University College London. After they formed Pectoralz, Guy Berryman joined the group as a bassist and they changed their name to Starfish. Will Champion joined as a drummer, backing vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist, completing the line-up

Coldrum Stones
The Coldrum Stones are the remains of a Neolithic chambered long barrow near Trottiscliffe in the English county of Kent.The monument has been greatly affected by 19th century treasure hunters and chalk extraction but the kerb of 31 peristaliths largely survives, meaning that it is often mistaken for a stone circle