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Bureaucrat
A bureaucrat is a member of a bureaucracy and can comprise the administration of any organization of any size, though the term usually connotes someone within an institution of a government or corporation

Burette
A burette is a vertical cylindrical piece of laboratory glassware with a volumetric graduation on its full length and a precision tap, or stopcock, on the bottom. It is used to dispense known amounts of a liquid reagent in experiments for which such precision is necessary, such as a titration experiment

Burg
Burg is the word for castle in various Germanic languages.Burg or Bürg or Buerg may refer to:*Burg bei Magdeburg, a city in Germany*Den Burg, a town in the Netherlands* Burg, former name of Melber, Kentucky

Burg (Amt)
Burg is an Amt in the district of Spree-Neiße, in Brandenburg, Germany. Its seat is in Burg .The Amt Burg consists of the following municipalities:#Briesen#Burg#Dissen-Striesow#Guhrow

Burg (Spreewald)
Burg is a municipality in the district of Spree-Neiße, in Brandenburg, Germany.

Burger
Burger may refer to:* Beef mince, or minced meat/ground beef or other meat used to make hamburgers* Hamburger, a hot sandwich* Patty, especially in the United States* Veggie burger* Burger diagram* Die Burger, a South African newspaper

Burgers (album)
-Personnel:*Jorma Kaukonen – guitars, lead vocals*Jack Casady – bass, vocals, eyebrow*Papa John Creach – violin, vocals*Sammy Piazza – drums, tympani, other percussion, vocals-Additional personnel:

Burgess
Burgess is a word in English that originally meant a freeman of a borough or burgh . It later came to mean an elected or unelected official of a municipality, or the representative of a borough in the English House of Commons.

Burgess (surname)
Burgess is a surname, occasionally used as a given name.-List of persons with the surname:* Abbie Burgess , American lighthouse-keeper* Adrienne Burgess, British actress* Andy Burgess , English footballer

Burgher
Burgher may refer to:* A citizen of a borough or town, especially one belonging to middle class* A resident of a burgh* A formally defined class in medieval German cities, usually the only group from which city officials could be drawn

Burglar (comics)
The Burglar is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe, left unnamed in most of his appearances. He is best known as the first criminal faced by Spider-Man, and as the killer of the hero's uncle and surrogate father figure, Ben Parker. The Burglar first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 .The Burglar's name was never revealed in the comics

Burglary (Bottom episode)
"Burglary" is the third episode of the second series of British television sitcom, Bottom. It was first broadcast on the 15 October 1992.-Plot:The episode begins with Eddie staggering drunkenly into the flat

Burgomaster
Burgomaster is the English form of various terms in or derived from Germanic languages for the chief magistrate or chairman of the executive council of a sub-national level of administration

Burgoo
Burgoo is a term used for many types of stew or porridge made from a mixture of ingredients.-North American usage:Burgoo is a spicy stew, similar to Irish or Mulligan stew, often served with cornbread or corn muffins.

Burgundy (disambiguation)
- Places :*Burgundy , is a historical region and cultural area in Western Europe, which has existed in several different forms with widely varying boundaries:**Burgundy , French region, a modern-day French administrative région,

Burgundy (Stock market)
Burgundy is an exchange that operates a regulated market and a multilateral trading facility Multilateral Trading Facility and is authorized and regulated by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority. Burgundy focuses on the Nordic markets and opened on June 12, 2009 for trading

Burial (Burial album)
Burial is the eponymous debut album by the dubstep producer Burial. It was released in 2006 on Kode9's Hyperdub records to critical acclaim, including being named "Album of the Year" by The Wire magazine

Burial (disambiguation)
Burial is the act of placing a person or object into the ground.Burial may also refer to:*Burial , a professional wrestling angle*Burial , a dubstep musician**Burial , his self-titled debut album

Burial (Extol album)
Burial is the first album by the Norwegian Christian metal band Extol. It was released on Endtime Productions and then Solid State Records the following year. According to Allmusic, Burial was "a breath of fresh air among a genre that relies on satanic gimmicks", and marked a renewal in the Christian metal scene

Burial (musician)
Burial is the stage name of William Bevan, an electronic musician from London. His music contains elements of dubstep, 2-step garage, ambient and house music. His eponymous debut album was released in 2006 to critical acclaim

Buried (TV series)
Buried is a British television drama series, produced by World Productions for Channel 4 and originally screened in 2003. The programme starred Lennie James as Lee Kingley, who is serving a long prison sentence in order to protect a member of his family from a violent criminal

Buried treasure
A buried treasure is an important part of the popular beliefs surrounding pirates and Old West outlaws. According to popular conception, criminals and others often buried their stolen fortunes in remote places, intending to return for them later, often with the use of treasure maps.-Pirate treasure:In reality, pirates burying treasure was rare: the only pirate known to have buried

Buried Treasure
Buried treasure is an important part of the beliefs surrounding pirates and Old West outlaws.Buried Treasure may also refer to:-In films and TV films:

Buried Treasure (Rocky & Bullwinkle episode)
Buried Treasure is the fifth story arc from the second season of Rocky and His Friends. It was broadcast on ABC during the 1960-1961 television season.-Notes:

Burin
Burin from the French burin meaning "cold chisel" has two specialised meanings for types of tools in English, one meaning a steel cutting tool which is the essential tool of engraving, and the other, in archaeology, meaning a special type of lithic flake with a chisel-like edge which was probably also used for engraving, or for carving wood or bone.-Printmaking:An engraving

Burin (disambiguation)
A burin is a special type of lithic flake with a chisel-like edge or a steel cutting tool for engraving.Burin may also refer to:* Burin, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada* Burin Peninsula, a Canadian peninsula* Burin, Nablus, a West Bank village

Burka
A burka is a dress made from felt or karakul . Karakul being quite expensive, burkas were usually sewn from felt treated to look like karakul

Burka (disambiguation)
Burka or burqa may refer to:*Burqa, a full body cloak worn by some Muslim women*Burka a traditional man's coat made from felt or karakul*Burqa, Ramallah, a village on the West Bank*Burqa, Nablus, a village on the West Bank

Burke
- People :* Burke * Edmund Burke, a prominent 18th century politician commonly referenced as simply "Burke"* Robert O'Hara Burke, a prominent Australian explorer- Australia :* Burke Developmental Road, a Queensland road

Burke (character)
Burke is the protagonist of the Burke Series by Andrew Vachss.He is a career criminal, an orphan raised by the State who was abused throughout his childhood in state institutions and foster homes. Burke lives in New York City, always on the edges of society

Burke (name)
Burke is an English variant of the English and Irish surname originating from the Anglo-Normans.In Old English, the name means "fortified hill". Variants include Bourke, de Burgo, Burgh, and De Burgh. Many Irish and English emigrants to Quebec and other francophone regions of Canada chose to change the spelling of the name to Bourque. Burke is an uncommon given name

Burlap (disambiguation)
Burlap sometimes hessian, but more commonly now known as jute is a dense woven fabric made from the jute plant or sisal fibers. In more recent years jute is being used as an ecofriendly material for bags, rugs, and other products.It may also refer to:* The

Burlesque
Burlesque is a literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works, or by ludicrous treatment of their subjects

Burlesque (album)
- Personnel :* Jon Boden - lead vocals , fiddle, tambourine* John Spiers - melodeon, anglo-concertina, backing vocals* Benji Kirkpatrick - guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, banjo, backing vocals* Andy Mellon - trumpet, flugelhorn, backing vocals

Burlesque (disambiguation)
Burlesque is a classic musical or theatrical entertainment of parodic humour.Burlesque may also refer to:* American burlesque, a form of variety show popular from the 1860s* Burlesque , by Bellowhead* Burlesque , London pub rock band

Burmese
Burmese may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Burma, a country in Southeast Asia. See:**Demographics of Burma**Culture of Burma**:Category:Burmese people* Burmese language* Burmese cuisine-Other:* Burmese Python* Burmese

Burn
A burn is an injury to flesh caused by heat, electricity, chemicals, light, radiation, or friction.Burn may also refer to:*Combustion*Burn , type of watercourses so named in Scotland and north-eastern England

Burn (Alkaline Trio song)
"Burn" is a song by the Chicago-based punk rock band Alkaline Trio, released as the third single from their 2005 album Crimson. It peaked at #34 on the UK Singles Chart. The single was released as both a compact disc and a pair of vinyl 7-inches, each containing different demo, remix, and alternate versions of the song as B-sides

Burn (Deep Purple song)
"Burn" is a song by British rock band Deep Purple. It was released on the album of the same name in 1974, and was the first song by the Mark III lineup.The song remained the band's concert opener for the next two years, taking over from "Highway Star". It opened Deep Purple's set on the California Jam two months after its release, on April 6, 1974

Burn (Defiance EP)
Burn is the second EP released by the American anarcho street punk band Defiance, released on Consensus Reality Records in 1995.- Track listing :A side#Success Unattainable - 1:47#Concealed Genocide - 3:13B side#Hands Of The Few - 2:26

Burn (energy drink)
Burn is a high sugar, high caffeine content energy drink with a citrus flavor that comes in a 8.3 or 16.9 oz can. The drink is distributed in several countries by The Coca-Cola Company.-Burn Action Sports:

Burn (Fear Factory EP)
Burn is an EP by American industrial metal band Fear Factory, released in 1997 by Roadrunner Records. The title track, "Burn" is a remix of "Flashpoint" , which appears on the Remanufacture album. Burn has sold over 5,000 copies.-Track listing:

Burn (Jo Dee Messina album)
Burn is the third studio album by American country music artist Jo Dee Messina, released in August of 2000 by Curb Records.Her first No. 1 Billboard album on the Top Country Albums charts, it also hit No. 19 on the Billboard 200

Burn (Mobb Deep song)
"Burn" is the first single from Mobb Deep's fifth album Infamy. The song features Big Noyd and Vita. On the album, the track is listed as "The Learning ".-Track listing:Side A#"Burn" [Clean Version]Side B#"Burn" [Dirty Version]

Burn (Nine Inch Nails song)
"Burn" is a promotional single by Nine Inch Nails released from the Natural Born Killers soundtrack. Because this is a promo-only single, it has never been featured with its own official halo. It was included as a bonus track on the tenth anniversary Deluxe Edition of The Downward Spiral, and also has its own video

Burn (Sister Machine Gun album)
Burn is an album by industrial rock band Sister Machine Gun.-Track listing:# Red# Overload# Hole in the Ground# Disease# Burn# Dispossessed# Better Than Me# Snake# I Don't Believe# Inside-Notes:

Burn (Tina Arena song)
"Burn" was covered by American country singer Jo Dee Messina for her third studio album Burn. It was released as the second single in October 2000, and peaked at #2 on the US Country charts in February 2001.-Music video:

Burn (video game)
Burn is a first-person shooter computer game released in 2007 developed by Destan Entertainment and produced by Teyon.The player can choose between 13 arenas and 5 characters and fight in single-player and multi-player mode

Burn Out
Burn Out is the second album by Christian pop punk band Slick Shoes, released in 1998.- Track listing :# "For Better, For Worse"# "East On Tracks"# "The Last Round"# "Fool Me No More"# "Late Night Showing"# "Away With You"# "When Does It End?"

Burn Out (CSI)
"Burn Out" is the sixth episode in the seventh season of the American crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, set in Las Vegas, Nevada.- Summary :

Burn Up (miniseries)
Burn Up is a 2008 BBC/Global Television Drama dealing with the issues of climate change and peak oil.-Episode one:Oil surveyor Masud Khamil narrowly escapes an attack on his camp in the deserts of Saudi Arabia and flees with some valuable data. Tom McConnell replaces his father-in-law Sir Mark Foxbay as Chairman of Arrow Oil

Burned (album)
Burned was released in 1995 and is the only album to have been released by Electrafixion. The album reached #38 on the UK albums chart in October of that year.- Different releases :Burned was originally released in 1995 on CD with eleven tracks.

Burned (novel)
Burned is a young adult novel written by American author Ellen Hopkins and published in April 2006. Like all of Ellen Hopkin's works, the novel is unusual for its free verse format.-Plot:

Burner
Burner may refer to:* Gas burner or oil burner, a mechanical device that burns a gas or liquid fuel into a flame in a controlled manner* Hot-air balloon device, a device to inflate a hot air balloon* Burner * Burner, West Virginia

Burner (Breadwinner album)
Merge Records had released two 7-inch singles while the band was active, 1990-1992.This full-length CD, Burner , comprises the two out-of-print singles and 3 unreleased tracks, came out after the band had broken up.-Track listing:# Tourette's 1:50

Burning (disambiguation)
Burning is combustion.Burning or burnin may also refer to:* Death by burning, a form of execution* Sunburn* Nuclear fusion* Optical disc authoring* Dodging and burning, photographic techniques-Music:Albums* Burnin

Burning (short story)
"Burning" is a short story by Orson Scott Card. It only appears in his short story collection Capitol.-Plot summary:Captain Homer Worthing and a fleet of twenty ship all piloted by telepaths are orbiting a settled star system. They are on the run from the imperial fleet and trying to leave settled space

Burnish
Burnishing is a form of pottery treatment in which the surface of the pot is polished, using a hard smooth surface such as a wooden or bone spatula, smooth stones, plastic, or even glass bulbs, while it still is in a leathery 'green' state, i.e., before firing. After firing, the surface is extremely shiny

Burnishing (metalworking)
Burnishing is the plastic deformation of a surface due to sliding contact with another object. Visually, burnishing smears the texture of a rough surface and makes it shinier

Burnout (series)
Burnout is a series of high-speed racing games for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo GameCube game consoles. Also, for the very first time, a PC version of the latest installment in the series, Burnout Paradise, has been released

Burns (surname)
Burns is a geographical surname originating in the British Isles. The name Burns was first used by the Strathclyde-Briton people of the Scottish and English border. The first Burns family lived in the county of Cumberland. Burns can also be an Americanization of a Jewish surname.-Origin of the name:#Scottish and northern English origin

Burnt Offering
Burnt Offering was a punk fanzine based in and around Northampton, England, from 1979 to 1980.In keeping with the DIY style of the time, Burnt Offerings house style was a mixture of badly-typed articles, ransom note effect lettering and cartoon drawings

Commutator
In mathematics, the commutator gives an indication of the extent to which a certain binary operation fails to be commutative. There are different definitions used in group theory and ring theory.-Group theory:

Commutator (electric)
A commutator is a rotary electrical switch in certain types of electric motors or electrical generators that periodically reverses the current direction between the rotor and the external circuit. In a motor, it applies power to the best location on the rotor, and in a generator, picks off power similarly

Comoros
The Comoros , officially the Union of the Comoros is an archipelago island nation in the Indian Ocean, located off the eastern coast of Africa, on the northern end of the Mozambique Channel, between northeastern Mozambique and northwestern Madagascar

Compact excavator
A compact or mini excavator is a tracked or wheeled vehicle with an approximate operating weight from 0.7 to 8.5 tonnes. It generally includes a standard backfill blade and features independent boom swing.

Compact star
In astronomy, the term compact star is used to refer collectively to white dwarfs, neutron stars, other exotic dense stars, and black holes. These objects are all small for their mass

CompactPCI
A CompactPCI system is a 3U or 6U Eurocard-based industrial computer, where all boards are connected via a passive PCI backplane. The connector pin assignments are standardized by the PICMG US and PICMG Europe organizations. PICMG stands for PCI Industrial Computers Manufacturers Group

Companding
In telecommunication, signal processing, and thermodynamics, companding is a method of mitigating the detrimental effects of a channel with limited dynamic range

Companion planting
Companion planting is the planting of different crops in proximity , on the theory that they assist each other in nutrient uptake, pest control, pollination, and other factors necessary to increasing crop productivity

Company
A company is a form of business organization. It is an association or collection of individual real persons and/or other companies, who each provide some form of capital. This group has a common purpose or focus and an aim of gaining profits. This collection, group or association of persons can be made to exist in law and then a company is itself considered a "legal person"

Company rule in India
Company rule in India refers to the rule or dominion of the British East India Company on the Indian subcontinent

Comparator
In electronics, a comparator is a device that compares two voltages or currents and switches its output to indicate which is larger. They are commonly used in devices such as Analog-to-digital converters .- Input voltage range :

Comparison of the Amundsen and Scott Expeditions
The reasons for Roald Amundsen's success with his South Pole expedition and the reason for Robert Falcon Scott's failure in returning from the simultaneous Terra Nova Expedition to the pole have always been the subject of discussion and controversy. The contrasting fates of the two teams seeking the same prize at the same time invites comparison

Compass
A compass is a navigational instrument that shows directions in a frame of reference that is stationary relative to the surface of the earth. The frame of reference defines the four cardinal directions – north, south, east, and west. Intermediate directions are also defined

Compass (drafting)
A compass or pair of compasses is a technical drawing instrument that can be used for inscribing circles or arcs. As dividers, they can also be used as a tool to measure distances, in particular on maps

Compass Group
Compass Group plc is a global contract foodservice and support services company headquartered near London, United Kingdom. It is the largest contract foodservice company in the world and has operations in over 50 countries

Compass rose
A compass rose, sometimes called a windrose, is a figure on a compass, map, nautical chart or monument used to display the orientation of the cardinal directions — North, East, South and West - and their intermediate points. It is also the term for the graduated markings found on the traditional magnetic compass

Compassion International
Compassion International is a Christian child sponsorship organization dedicated to the long-term development of children living in poverty around the world. Compassion International, headquartered in Colorado Springs, functions in 26 countries such as Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico, Haiti, Kenya, and India. They also currently help more than 1,200,000 children

Compile
Compile may refer to:* Compile , a Japanese video game company founded in 1983 that specialized in shoot 'em up and computer puzzle game genres

Complement (set theory)
In set theory, a complement of a set A refers to things not in , A. The relative complement of A with respect to a set B, is the set of elements in B but not in A

Complete Boolean algebra
In mathematics, a complete Boolean algebra is a Boolean algebra in which every subset has a supremum . Complete Boolean algebras are used to construct Boolean-valued models of set theory in the theory of forcing

Complete graph
In the mathematical field of graph theory, a complete graph is a simple undirected graph in which every pair of distinct vertices is connected by a unique edge.-Properties:

Completeness
In general, an object is complete if nothing needs to be added to it. This notion is made more specific in various fields.-Logical completeness:In logic, semantic completeness is the converse of soundness for formal systems

Complex number
A complex number is a number consisting of a real part and an imaginary part. Complex numbers extend the idea of the one-dimensional number line to the two-dimensional complex plane by using the number line for the real part and adding a vertical axis to plot the imaginary part

Complexity
In general usage, complexity tends to be used to characterize something with many parts in intricate arrangement. The study of these complex linkages is the main goal of complex systems theory. In science there are at this time a number of approaches to characterizing complexity, many of which are reflected in this article

Complexometric titration
Complexometric titration is a form of volumetric analysis in which the formation of a colored complex is used to indicate the end point of a titration. Complexometric titrations are particularly useful for the determination of a mixture of different metal ions in solution

Complications of traumatic brain injury
Traumatic brain injury can cause a variety of complications, health effects that are not TBI themselves but that result from it. The risk of complications increases with the severity of the trauma; however even mild traumatic brain injury can result in disabilities that interfere with social interactions, employment, and everyday living

Component video
Component video is a video signal that has been split into two or more component channels. In popular use, it refers to a type of component analog video information that is transmitted or stored as three separate signals

Compose key
A compose key, available on some computer keyboards, is a special kind of modifier key designated to signal the software to interpret the following sequence of two keystrokes as a combination in order to produce a character not found directly on the keyboard

Composite bow
A composite bow is a bow made from horn, wood, and sinew laminated together. The horn is on the belly, facing the archer, and sinew on the back of a wooden core. Sinew and horn will store more energy than wood for the same length of bow

Composite video
Composite video is the format of an analog television signal before it is combined with a sound signal and modulated onto an RF carrier. In contrast to component video it contains all required video information, including colors in a single line-level signal

Compostela, Compostela Valley
Compostela is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Compostela Valley, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 61,667 people in 12,151 households.

Composting toilet
A composting toilet is a dry toilet that using a predominantly aerobic processing system that treats excreta, typically with no water or small volumes of flush water, via composting or managed aerobic decomposition

Compound bow
A compound bow is a modern bow that uses a levering system, usually of cables and pulleys, to bend the limbs.The limbs of a compound bow are much stiffer than those of a recurve bow or longbow. This limb stiffness makes the compound bow more energy-efficient than other bows, in conjunction with the pulley/cams

Compound interest
Compound interest arises when interest is added to the principal, so that from that moment on, the interest that has been added also itself earns interest. This addition of interest to the principal is called compounding

Compressed earth block
Compressed Earth Block often referred to simply as CEB, is a type of manufactured construction material formed in a mechanical press that forms an appropriate mix of dirt, non-expansive clay, and an aggregate into a compressed block

Compression fossil
A compression fossil is a fossil preserved in sedimentary rock that has undergone physical compression. While it is uncommon to find animals preserved as good compression fossils, it is very common to find plants preserved this way

Compressor stall
A compressor stall is a situation of abnormal airflow resulting from a stall of the aerofoils within the compressor of a jet engine. Stall is found in dynamic compressors, particularly axial compressors, as used in jet engines and turbochargers for reciprocating engines.Compressor stalls result in a loss of compressor performance, which can vary in severity from a momentary engine

Compromise of 1850
The Compromise of 1850 was a package of five bills, passed in September 1850, which defused a four-year confrontation between the slave states of the South and the free states of the North regarding the status of territories acquired during the Mexican-American War

Compsognathus
Compsognathus was a small, bipedal, carnivorous theropod dinosaur. The animal was the size of a turkey and lived around 150 million years ago, the early Tithonian stage of the late Jurassic Period, in what is now Europe. Paleontologists have found two well-preserved fossils, one in Germany in the 1850s and the second in France more than a century later. Today, C

Comptometer
The comptometer was the first commercially successful key-driven mechanical calculator, patented in the USA by Dorr E. Felt in 1887.A key-driven calculator is extremely fast because each key adds or subtracts its value to the accumulator as soon as it is pressed and a skilled operator can enter all of the digits of a number simultaneously, using as many fingers as required, making

Compton's Encyclopedia
Compton's Encyclopedia and Fact-Index is a home and school encyclopedia first published in 1922 as "Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia". The word "Pictured" was removed from the title with the 1968 edition. The encyclopedia is now advertised as Compton's by Britannica.Compton's Multimedia Encyclopedia CD-ROM was the first "multimedia" CD-ROM encyclopedia

Compulsory education
Compulsory education refers to a period of education that is required of all persons.-Antiquity to Medieval Era:Although Plato's The Republic is credited with having popularized the concept of compulsory education in Western intellectual thought, every parent in Judea since Moses's Covenant with God nearly a thousand years prior was required to teach their children at least

Computational chemistry
Computational chemistry is a branch of chemistry that uses principles of computer science to assist in solving chemical problems. It uses the results of theoretical chemistry, incorporated into efficient computer programs, to calculate the structures and properties of molecules and solids

Computational electromagnetics
Computational electromagnetics, computational electrodynamics or electromagnetic modeling is the process of modeling the interaction of electromagnetic fields with physical objects and the environment.

Computer
A computer is a programmable machine designed to sequentially and automatically carry out a sequence of arithmetic or logical operations. The particular sequence of operations can be changed readily, allowing the computer to solve more than one kind of problem

Computer addiction
Computer addiction is a loosely used term for the excessive use of computers to the extent that it interferes with daily life. Excessive use may explain problems in social interaction, mood, personality, work ethic, relationships, thought processes, or sleep deprivation.The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders does not include a diagnosis for such a disorder.The term

Computer art
Computer art is any art in which computers play a role in production or display of the artwork. Such art can be an image, sound, animation, video, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, videogame, web site, algorithm, performance or gallery installation

Computer Assisted Passenger Prescreening System
The Computer Assisted Passenger Prescreening System is a counter-terrorism system in place in the United States air travel industry

Computer crime
Computer crime, or cybercrime, refers to any crime that involves a computer and a network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the target. Netcrime refers to criminal exploitation of the Internet. Such crimes may threaten a nation’s security and financial health

Computer display
A monitor or display is an electronic visual display for computers. The monitor comprises the display device, circuitry, and an enclosure

Computer engineering
Computer engineering, also called computer systems engineering, is a discipline that integrates several fields of electrical engineering and computer science required to develop computer systems. Computer engineers usually have training in electronic engineering, software design, and hardware-software integration instead of only software engineering or electronic engineering

Computer forensics
Computer forensics is a branch of digital forensic science pertaining to legal evidence found in computers and digital storage media

Computer literacy
Computer literacy is defined as the knowledge and ability to use computers and related technology efficiently, with a range of skills covering levels from elementary use to programming and advanced problem solving. Computer literacy can also refer to the comfort level someone has with using computer programs and other applications that are associated with computers

Computer network
A computer network, often simply referred to as a network, is a collection of hardware components and computers interconnected by communication channels that allow sharing of resources and information.

Computer recycling
Computer recycling or electronic recycling is the recycling or reuse of computers or other electronics. It includes both finding another use for materials , and having systems dismantled in a manner that allows for the safe extraction of the constituent materials for reuse in other products.-Reasons for recycling:Obsolete computers or other

Computer repair technician
A computer repair technician is a person who repairs and maintains computers and servers. The technician's responsibilities may extend to include building or configuring new hardware, installing and updating software packages, and creating and maintaining computer networks. Computer repair technicians work in a variety of settings, encompassing both the public and private sectors

Computer Sciences
Computer Sciences can refer to:*The general field of computer science*Computer Sciences Corporation, the Fortune 500 Information Technology company

Computer security
Computer security is a branch of computer technology known as information security as applied to computers and networks. The objective of computer security includes protection of information and property from theft, corruption, or natural disaster, while allowing the information and property to remain accessible and productive to its intended users

Computer software
Computer software, or just software, is a collection of computer programs and related data that provide the instructions for telling a computer what to do and how to do it.

Computer-aided design
Computer-aided design , also known as computer-aided design and drafting , is the use of computer technology for the process of design and design-documentation. Computer Aided Drafting describes the process of drafting with a computer

Computer-aided engineering
Computer-aided engineering is the broad usage of computer software to aid in engineering tasks. It includes computer-aided design , computer-aided analysis , computer-integrated manufacturing , computer-aided manufacturing , material requirements planning , and computer-aided planning .- Overview :Software tools that have been developed to

Computer-aided manufacturing
Computer-aided manufacturing is the use of computer software to control machine tools and related machinery in the manufacturing of workpieces. This is not the only definition for CAM, but it is the most common; CAM may also refer to the use of a computer to assist in all operations of a manufacturing plant, including planning, management, transportation and storage

Computer-aided software engineering
Computer-aided software engineering is the scientific application of a set of tools and methods to a software system which is meant to result in high-quality, defect-free, and maintainable software products

Computervision
Computervision, Inc. was an early pioneer in turnkey Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing . Computervision was founded in 1969 by Marty Allen and Philippe Villers, and headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, USA. Its early products were built on a Data General Nova platform

Computing
Computing is usually defined as the activity of using and improving computer hardware and software. It is the computer-specific part of information technology

Comrades Marathon
The Comrades Marathon is an ultramarathon of approximately 90 km run in the Kwazulu-Natal Province of South Africa between the cities of Durban and Pietermaritzburg. It is the world's largest and oldest ultramarathon race

ConAgra Foods
ConAgra Foods, Inc. is an American packaged foods company. ConAgra's products are available in supermarkets, as well as restaurants and food service establishments. Its headquarters are located in Omaha, Nebraska

Conan the Barbarian
Conan the Barbarian is a fictional sword and sorcery hero that originated in pulp fiction magazines and has since been adapted to books, comics, several films , television programs, video games, roleplaying games and other media

Conasauga Creek
Conasauga Creek is a tributary stream of the Hiwassee River, located in southeast Tennessee, in the United States. It is not to be confused with the nearby Conasauga River.-Course:

Concentration
In chemistry, concentration is defined as the abundance of a constituent divided by the total volume of a mixture. Four types can be distinguished: mass concentration, molar concentration, number concentration, and volume concentration