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Caribbean (disambiguation)
There are many terms which include the term Caribbean:The region known as the Caribbean, sometimes also called the West Indies. It lies between the continental North and South America.Blocs*Association of Caribbean States

Carica
Carica is a genus of Jerry Trainor in the family Caricaceae including one species, Carica papaya, the papaya Carica is a genus of Jerry Trainor in the family Caricaceae including one species, Carica papaya, the papaya Carica is a genus of Jerry Trainor in the family Caricaceae including one species, Carica papaya, the papaya (syn. C. peltata, C

Caricature
A caricature is a portrait that exaggerates or distorts the essence of a person or thing to create an easily identifiable visual likeness. In literature, a caricature is a description of a person using exaggeration of some characteristics and oversimplification of others.Caricatures can be insulting or complimentary and can serve a political purpose or be drawn solely for

Caricature (Daniel Clowes collection)
Caricature is a book collection of nine comic short stories by Daniel Clowes. In contrast to earlier Clowes collections such as Lout Rampage! and Orgy Bound, Caricature concentrates on the more naturalistic, character-focused side of Clowes's output displayed in Ghost World

Caricatures (Ange album)
Caricatures is the first album by the French progressive rock band Ange, released in 1972.-Track listing:#"Biafra 80 " – 3:50#"Tels quels" – 6:55#"Dignité" – 9:35

Caricia (XM)
Caricia was a radio station on XM Satellite Radio channel 93 and DirecTV channel 875. The channel had been removed from the satellite lineup on 2004-08-02 but was relaunched on 2008-01-01. Caricia plays a mix of Spanish oldies from artists such as Julio Iglesias, Camilo Sesto, José José, Raphael, Dyango, & Los Yonics

Carillon
A carillon is a musical instrument that is typically housed in a free-standing bell tower, or the belfry of a church or other municipal building. The instrument consists of at least 23 cast bronze, cup-shaped bells, which are played serially to play a melody, or sounded together to play a chord

Carillon (Elgar)
”Carillon” is a recitation with orchestral accompaniment written by the English composer Edward Elgar as his Op. 75, in 1914. The words are by the Belgian poet Émile Cammaerts.

Carina
Carina may refer to:* Carina, a given name in Portugal and some other countries. It is a pet form of Cara, which can mean either "beloved" in Italian or "friend" in the Irish language-Locations:Carina is the name of the towns or villages:

Carinate
This article is about a topic in pottery design. For the article about birds, see Carinatae.Carinate is a shape in pottery, glassware and artistic design usually applied to amphora or vases

Carioca
Carioca is a Portuguese adjective or demonym that is used to refer to the native inhabitants of the city of Rio de Janeiro - capital of the homonym state , in Brazil

Carioca (disambiguation)
Carioca may refer to:* Carioca, a name for the inhabitants of Rio de Janeiro** Carioca also refers to the Rio de Janeiro dialect of Portuguese** Os Cariocas, a Brazilian Popular Music group** "She's a Carioca " a song by Vinicius de Moraes

Carioca (game)
Carioca is a Latinoamerican card game similar to Rummy style card games with many variations. The variation described below is Perla's Cariocas

Carioca (song)
" Carioca" is a 1933 popular song with music by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by Edward Eliscu and Gus Kahn, as well as the name of the dance choreographed to it for the 1933 film Flying Down to Rio

Carjacking
Carjacking is a form of hijacking, where the crime is of stealing a motor vehicle and so also armed assault when the vehicle is occupied. Historically, such as in the rash of semi-trailer truck hijackings during the 1960s, the general term hijacking was used for that type of vehicle abduction, which did not often include kidnapping of the driver, and concentrated on the theft of the load,

Carla (song)
Carla is a song written by David Ascanio. This track is a duet with Spanish singer Miguel Bosé and will be included on Ascanio's debut album . This songwriter worked with Bosé on his album Por Vos Muero writing the single "Olvidame Tú" and the track "Vagabundo". Carla is included on Bosé's album Papito Special Edition .

Carles
Carles may refer to:*Carles, a 4th class municipality in the province of Iloilo, Philippines.*Antonin Carlès, French sculptor*Arthur Beecher Carles, American modernist painter*Jean Carles, French perfumer*Pierre Carles, a French documentarist

Carleton (1824-1974 electoral district)
Carleton was an electoral district that elected members to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1824 to 1974

Carley
-People:*Carley Gracie, Brazilian-born martial artist*Carley Stenson , English actress and singer*Christopher Carley , American actor*Jason Carley, Australian hedge fund manager*Patrick J. Carley , American politician

Carley float
The Carley float was a form of invertible liferaft designed by American inventor Horace Carley . Supplied mainly to warships, it saw widespread use in a number of navies during peacetime and both World Wars until superseded by more modern rigid or inflatable designs

Carlisle (manufacturer)
Carlisle Companies, Inc. is a Charlotte, North Carolina-based diversified manufacturing company serving construction materials, commercial roofing, specialty tire and wheel, power transmission, heavy-duty brake and friction, heavy-haul truck trailer, foodservice and data transmission industries.- Company history :Carlisle Companies Incorporated began in 1917, when Charles S

Carlisle (surname)
Carlisle is a surname, and may refer to:*Anthony Carlisle, surgeon and discover of electrolysis*Belinda Carlisle, American singer, of the Go-Go's*Bob Carlisle, American Christian singer*Clarke Carlisle, English footballer with Burnley F.C.

Carlos
Carlos is a masculine given name. It is a Portuguese and Spanish form of Charles. It may refer to:- Royalty :* Carlos I of Portugal , second to last King of Portugal* Carlos V , Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain

Carlos (DJ)
Carl Emms , known as Carlos, is a long established British disc jockey. He can currently be heard presenting a teatime show on Smooth Radio.-Early career:

Carlos (singer)
Carlos , born Yvan-Chrysostome Dolto, and sometimes called Jean-Christophe Doltovitch, was a leading French singer, entertainer and actor.-Biography:

Carlow
Carlow is the county town of County Carlow in Ireland. It is situated in the south-east of Ireland, 84 km from Dublin. County Carlow is the second smallest county in Ireland by area, however Carlow Town is the 14th largest urban area in Ireland by population according to the 2006 census. The population of the town and its environs is 20,724 according to the 2006 census

Carly
Carly is a feminine given name. It is a feminine form of Carl. It may refer to:-Real people:* Carly Fiorina, American business executive* Carly McKillip, Canadian actress* Carly Patterson, American gymnast* Carly Simon, American singer

Carlyle
-Places:* Carlyle, Illinois, a US city* Carlyle, Kansas, an unincorporated place in the US* Carlyle, Saskatchewan, a Canadian town* The Carlyle Hotel in New York City* The Carlyle, a residential condominium in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Carmel (moshav)
Carmel is an Israeli settlement in south-east Har Hebron area of the West Bank. It falls under the jurisdiction of the Har Hebron Regional Council and associates ideologically with the Amana settlement movement. The moshav was founded in 1980, as a Nahal military-establishment, and was "civilianized" in 1981

Carmen (1915 Cecil B. DeMille film)
Carmen is a 1915 silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It is based on the novella by Prosper Mérimée. The existing versions of this film appear to be from the 1918, re-edited release.-Plot:

Carmen (1915 Raoul Walsh film)
Carmen is a 1915 silent drama film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Theda Bara. The film shot in Fort Lee, New Jersey, where Fox many early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based there at the beginning of the 20th century

Carmen (1983 film)
Carmen is a 1983 film adaptation of the novel Carmen by Prosper Mérimée, using music from the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet. It was directed and choreographed in the flamenco style by Carlos Saura

Carmen (municipality)
Carmen is one of the 11 municipalities that make up the Mexican state of Campeche. It is situated at the south-west of the state, on and around the Laguna de Términos

Carminative
A carminative, also known as carminativum , is a herb or preparation that either prevents formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract or facilitates the expulsion of said gas, thereby combating flatulence

Carmine (disambiguation)
-People:* Carmine Appice, drummer.* Carmine Coppola, composer.* Carmine Coppola .* Carmine DeSapio, American politician, Tammany Hall boss* Carmine DeSopo, American politician* Carmine Giovinazzo, actor CSI:NY.

Carnage
Carnage may refer to:*Carnage , a Marvel comic book supervillain*Carnage , a 2002 French film*Twitch of the Death Nerve, a 1971 Mario Bava horror film titled Carnage in the United States

Carnal knowledge
Carnal knowledge is an archaic or legal euphemism for sexual intercourse. The term derives from the Biblical usage of the verb know/knew, as in the King James and other versions, a euphemism for sexual conduct

Carnauba wax
Carnauba , also called Brazil wax and palm wax, is a wax of the leaves of the palm Copernicia prunifera, a plant native to and grown only in the northeastern Brazilian states of Piauí, Ceará, and Rio Grande do Norte. It is known as "queen of waxes" and usually comes in the form of hard yellow-brown flakes

Carnelian (artist)
Carnelian is a well-known Japanese female CG and dōjinshi artist. She had done artwork and character designs for various anime, yaoi and hentai games such as Kao no Nai Tsuki, Yami to Bōshi to Hon no Tabibito, Tail Tale, Koiyoubi , and more. Her newest work is Quilt

Carnelian (disambiguation)
Carnelian is a reddish-brown variety of the mineral chalcedony.Carnelian may also refer to:* Carnelian , a Japanese artist* Carnelian , a shade of the color red* Carnelian , a variety of red wine grape

Carney (Leon Russell album)
Carney is Leon Russell's third solo studio album, released in 1972. It peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 200 and was the first for Russell to contain a hit single—"Tightrope" b/w ""This Masquerade"—which reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.-Reception:In his Allmusic review, critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine called "Tight Rope", the opening track, "…an excellent

Carni
The Carni were a tribe of the Eastern Alps in classical antiquity, settling in the mountains separating Noricum and Venetia.

Carnies (film)
Carnies is a 2007 horror film directed by Brian Corder and starring Doug Jones.-Plot summary:In 1936 the Knuckles Brothers Show, a carnival sideshow, pulls into another in a long series of small towns, only to be plagued by a killer.- Cast:

Carnifex (Wild Cards)
Carnifex is a fictional character in the Wild Cards anthology series. Carnifex is Billy Ray's nickname given to him for his love of violence. Infection with the Wild Card Virus has given him superhuman levels of strength, speed and stamina, along with a rapid regenerative healing factor and a heightened instinct for physical combat

Carnival (Bottom episode)
Carnival is the sixth and final episode of the third and final series of British television sitcom Bottom. It was first broadcast on 10 February 1995.-Synopsis:

Carnival (New Model Army album)
Carnival was released in 2005 and is the ninth studio album by British rock band, New Model Army. The album was co-produced by Chris Tsangarides and New Model Army.-Singles and EPs:

Carnival (song)
"Carnival" is a 1995 song written and produced by singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant and was the lead single from her debut solo album Tigerlily.

Carnival (The Pillows song)
"Carnival" is a song and single by The Pillows. It was used as the ending theme for Count Down TV's July month. "CARNIVAL" and "Come Down" were featured in the OVA FLCL.-Track listing:#"CARNIVAL"#"Curly Rudy"#"Come Down"

Carnivore
A carnivore meaning 'meat eater' is an organism that derives its energy and nutrient requirements from a diet consisting mainly or exclusively of animal tissue, whether through predation or scavenging

Carnivore (album)
Carnivore is the debut album by the Brooklyn crossover thrash band of the same name. It was released in 1985 by Roadrunner Records. It was released on CD in 1991 without track 5, but with most of Retaliation.

Carnivorous plant
Carnivorous plants are plants that derive some or most of their nutrients from trapping and consuming animals or protozoans, typically insects and other arthropods. Carnivorous plants appear adapted to grow in places where the soil is thin or poor in nutrients, especially nitrogen, such as acidic bogs and rock outcroppings

Carny (disambiguation)
A carny is a carnival employee.Carny, Carnie, or Carnies may also refer to:* Carnies , a 2007 horror film* Carny , a film starring Jodie Foster

Carny (film)
Carny is a 1980 drama film about a waitress who joins a travelling carnival. It stars Gary Busey, Jodie Foster, and Robbie Robertson. It also includes an early role for Fred Ward.-Plot:

Carol
Carol may refer to:* Carol, a female or male name, see Carl* Carol , a festive song** Christmas carol, carols sung at Christmas* Carol To Carola Häggkvist* Carol , an anime OVA featuring character designs by Yun Kouga

Carol (Dilbert character)
Carol Cerberus is the Pointy-Haired Boss's misanthropic and bitter secretary in the Dilbert comic strip, who feels she is underappreciated and demeaned by her job and therefore takes out her frustration on all employees, especially her boss. Occasionally, when other major characters are plotting against the PHB, she will be privy to their schemes

Carol (Tomorrow People)
Carol is a fictional character from the British television series The Tomorrow People. Her first appearance is in "The Slaves of Jedikiah", and last appears in The Vanishing Earth: Part 4. Carol is portrayed by Sammie Winmill.-Overview:

Carola
Carola is a female given name, the Latinized form of the Germanic given names Caroline or Carol.Famous people named Carola include:* Carola Dunn, British-American writer

Carola
Carola is a female given name, the Latinized form of the Germanic given names Caroline or Carol.Famous people named Carola include:* Carola Dunn, British-American writer

Carolina
-Geography:* South Carolina, U.S. state* North Carolina, U.S. state* The Carolinas, term used to refer collectively to the states of North and South Carolina* Province of Carolina, the British colonial province until 1729* Carolina, Alabama

Carolina (1934 film)
Carolina is a 1934 American romantic comedy film directed by Henry King. The screenplay by Reginald Berkley is based on the play, The House of Connelly by Paul Green

Caroline
-People:*Caroline , a feminine given name*Caroline of Ansbach , queen consort of George II of Great Britain*Caroline of Brunswick , queen consort of George IV of the United Kingdom

Caroline (ship)
The Caroline was a schooner constructed in New Bedford, USA. It disappeared without trace in 1802.Built and registered in New Bedford, it was owned by Swain and Co a New Bedford firm. It was 103 tons weight. It reached Sydney on 22 December 1801 under the command of St Tuckerman

Carolingian
The Carolingian dynasty was a Frankish noble family with origins in the Arnulfing and Pippinid clans of the 7th century AD. The name "Carolingian", Medieval Latin karolingi, an altered form of an unattested Old High German *karling, kerling The Carolingian dynasty (known variously as the Carlovingians, Carolings, or Karlings) was a Frankish noble family with origins in the Arnulfing and Pippinid clans of the 7th century AD. The name "Carolingian", Medieval Latin karolingi, an altered form of an unattested Old High German *karling, kerling The Carolingian dynasty (known variously as the Carlovingians, Carolings, or Karlings) was a Frankish noble family with origins in the Arnulfing and Pippinid clans of the 7th century AD. The name "Carolingian", Medieval Latin karolingi, an altered form of an unattested Old High German *karling, kerling (meaning "descendant of Charles", cf

Carolingian (disambiguation)
Carolingian is an adjective applied to topics concerning or in the time of the Carolingian dynasty in medieval history. Secondarily it can mean developments only in the time of Charlemagne

Carom
Carom may refer to:* Ricochet* Carom billiards* Carom seeds or Ajwain, a spice-See also:* Carrom, a family of tabletop games* Caromb, a commune in Vaucluse, France

Danazol
Danazol is a derivative of the synthetic steroid ethisterone, a modified testosterone. Also known as 17alpha-ethinyl testosterone. Before becoming available as a generic drug, Danazol was marketed as Danocrine in the United States. It was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as the first drug to specifically treat endometriosis in the early 1970s

Dance Dance Revolution
Dance Dance Revolution, abbreviated DDR, and previously known as Dancing Stage in Europe and Australasia, is a music video game series produced by Konami. Introduced in Japan in 1998 as part of the Bemani series, and released in North America and Europe in 1999, Dance Dance Revolution is the pioneering series of the rhythm and dance genre in video games

Dances with Wolves
Dances with Wolves is a 1990 epic western film directed by and starring Kevin Costner. It is a film adaptation of the 1988 book of the same name by Michael Blake and tells the story of a Union Army Lieutenant who travels to the American frontier to find a military post, and his dealings with a group of Lakota Indians.Costner developed the film over five years, with a budget of $22

Dancing with the Stars
Dancing with the Stars is the name of several international television series based on the format of the British TV series Strictly Come Dancing, which is distributed by BBC Worldwide – the commercial arm of the BBC. Currently the format has been licensed to over 35 countries

Dandie Dinmont Terrier
A Dandie Dinmont Terrier is a small Scottish breed of dog in the terrier family. The breed has a very long body, short legs, and a distinctive "top-knot" of hair on the head. A character in Sir Walter Scott's novel Guy Mannering has lent the name to the breed, with "Dandie Dinmont" thought to be based on James Davidson, who is credited as being the "father" of the modern breed

Danelectro
Danelectro is an American manufacturer of musical instruments and accessories, specializing in rock instruments such as guitars, bass guitars, amplifiers and effects units.-History:

Danger on Midnight River
Danger on Midnight River is the sixth novel in World of Adventure series by Gary Paulsen. The story is about Daniel Martin who gets made fun of a lot because he isn't the brightest kid in school. But when he and his classmates get stranded in the wilderness, Daniel saves the day

Dangerfield Newby
Dangerfield Newby was the oldest of John Brown's raiders, one of five black raiders, and the first of his men to die at Harpers Ferry, Virginia. Born a slave in Fauquier County, Virginia, Newby married a woman also enslaved. Newby was later freed by his Scottish father, but his wife and seven children remained in bondage

DangerMouse
Danger Mouse is a British animated television series which was produced by Cosgrove Hall Films for Thames Television. It features the eponymous Danger Mouse, an English mouse who works as a superhero/secret agent. The show is a loose parody of British spy fiction, particularly James Bond and the Danger Man series starring Patrick McGoohan

Dangerous goods
Dangerous goods are solids, liquids, or gases that can harm people, other living organisms, property, or the environment. They are often subject to chemical regulations. "HazMat teams" are personnel specially trained to handle dangerous goods

Dani Harmer
Danielle Jane "Dani" Harmer is an English television actress and singer. Harmer is best known as the title character in the UK television programme The Story of Tracy Beaker/Tracy Beaker Returns, and as Molly Venables in the BBC sitcom After You've Gone

Daniel Adamson
Daniel Adamson was a notable English engineer who became a successful manufacturer of boilers and was the driving force behind the inception of the Manchester Ship Canal project during the 1880s.-Early life:

Daniel Akaka
Daniel Kahikina Akaka is the junior U.S. Senator from Hawaii and a member of the Democratic Party. He is the first U.S. Senator of Native Hawaiian ancestry and is currently the only member of the Senate who has Chinese ancestry.

Daniel arap Moi
Daniel Toroitich arap Moi was the President of Kenya from 1978 until 2002.Daniel arap Moi is popularly known to Kenyans as 'Nyayo', a Swahili word for 'footsteps'

Daniel Auber
Daniel François Esprit Auber was a French composer.-Biography:The son of a Paris print-seller, Auber was born in Caen in Normandy. Though his father expected him to continue in the print-selling business, he also allowed his son to learn how to play several musical instruments

Daniel Boone
Daniel Boone was an American pioneer, explorer, and frontiersman whose frontier exploits mad']'e him one of the first folk heroes of the United States. Boone is most famous for his exploration and settlement of what is now the Commonwealth of Kentucky, which was then beyond the western borders of the settled part of the Thirteen Colonies

Daniel Boone (TV series)
Daniel Boone is an American action/adventure television series starring Fess Parker as Daniel Boone that aired from September 24, 1964 to September 10, 1970 on NBC for 165 episodes, and was made by 20th Century Fox Television. Ed Ames co-starred as Mingo, Boone's Native American friend, for the first four seasons of the series

Daniel Brennan, Baron Brennan
Daniel Joseph Brennan, Baron Brennan, KCSG, QC is a life peer and barrister.Brennan was educated at St. Bede's Grammar School, Bradford, and graduated with a Bachelor of Law degree from Manchester University, where subsequently he was awarded an honorary Doctorate in 2000

Daniel Burnham
Daniel Hudson Burnham, FAIA was an American architect and urban planner. He was the Director of Works for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. He took a leading role in the creation of master plans for the development of a number of cities, including Chicago and downtown Washington DC

Daniel Carroll
Daniel Carroll was a politician and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He was a prominent member of one of the United States' great colonial Catholic families, whose members included his younger brother Archbishop John Carroll, the first Catholic bishop in the United States and founder of Georgetown University; and their cousin Charles Carroll

Daniel Carter (rugby player)
Daniel William "Dan" Carter is a New Zealand rugby union player.He is currently the highest points scorer in test match rugby and is regarded as one of rugby's greatest ever fly-halves.-Early life:

Daniel Day-Lewis
Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis is an English actor with both British and Irish citizenship. His portrayals of Christy Brown in My Left Foot and Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood won Academy and BAFTA Awards for Best Actor, and Screen Actors Guild as well as Golden Globe Awards for the latter

Daniel Dennett
Daniel Clement Dennett is an American philosopher, writer and cognitive scientist whose research centers on the philosophy of mind, philosophy of science and philosophy of biology, particularly as those fields relate to evolutionary biology and cognitive science. He is currently the Co-director of the Center for Cognitive Studies, the Austin B

Daniel J. Boorstin
Daniel Joseph Boorstin was an American historian, professor, attorney, and writer. He was appointed twelfth Librarian of the United States Congress from 1975 until 1987.- Biography:

Daniel Manning
Daniel Manning was an American businessman, journalist, and politician most notable for having served as the 37th United States Secretary of the Treasury.

Daniel Mannix
Daniel Mannix was an Irish-born Australian Catholic bishop. Mannix was the Archbishop of Melbourne for 46 years and one of the most influential public figures in 20th century Australia.

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu is a Canadian professional poker player. He has won four World Series of Poker bracelets and two World Poker Tour Championship titles. He is currently ranked second in the all-time career earnings list and is the star of poker game show Million Dollar Challenge. He plays a big part in the Pokerstars.net Big Game.-Personal life:Negreanu was born in Toronto, Ontario

Daniel O'Connell
Daniel O'Connell Daniel O'Connell Daniel O'Connell (6 August 1775 – 15 May 1847; often referred to as The Liberator, or The Emancipator, was an Irish political leader in the first half of the 19th century

Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer
Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer was a politician and a Founding Father of the United States. Born long before conflicts with Great Britain emerged, he was a leader for many years in Maryland's colonial government

Daniel Pancu
Daniel Gabriel Pancu is a Romanian footballer who currently plays for Liga I club Rapid Bucureşti.-Career:Pancu began his playing career at FC Politehnica Iaşi. He made his debut in the Romanian First Division in 1995. In the winter of 1996 he was transferred to Rapid Bucureşti for the sum of US$ 200,000

Daniel Parke Custis
Daniel Parke Custis was a wealthy Virginia planter whose widow, Martha, married George Washington.He was the son of John Custis , a powerful member of Virginia's Governor's Council, and Frances Parke Custis

Daniel Payne
Daniel Alexander Payne was an American bishop, educator, college administrator and author. He became a bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and was a major shaper of it in the 19th century. He was one of the founders of Wilberforce University in Ohio

Daniel Pinkwater
Daniel Manus Pinkwater is an author of mostly children's books and is an occasional commentator on National Public Radio. He attended Bard College. Well-known books include Lizard Music, The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, Fat Men from Space, Borgel, and the picture book The Big Orange Splot

Daniel Pollock
Daniel Pollock was an Australian actor best known for his role as Davey in the 1992 Australian drama film Romper Stomper, which featured Russell Crowe.-Acting career:

Daniel Quinn
Daniel Quinn is an American writer described as an environmentalist. He is best known for his book Ishmael , which won the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship Award in 1991.

Daniel Ruettiger
Daniel Eugene "Rudy" Ruettiger is a motivational speaker and former collegiate football player for the University of Notre Dame, who is best known as the inspiration for the motion picture Rudy.

Daniel Sedin
Daniel Sedin is a Swedish professional ice hockey winger with the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League , and serves as an alternate captain for the Canucks during home games. His identical twin brother Henrik also plays for the Canucks, and is the team captain

Daniel Shays
Daniel Shays was an American soldier, revolutionary, and farmer famous for leading the Shays' Rebellion.-Early life:

Daniel Wallace (author)
Daniel Wallace is an American author, best known for his 1998 novel Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions, the basis for the Tim Burton film Big Fish. His other books include Ray in Reverse and The Watermelon King

Daniel Webster
Daniel Webster was a leading American statesman and senator from Massachusetts during the period leading up to the Civil War. He first rose to regional prominence through his defense of New England shipping interests

Danielle Steel
Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel , better known as Danielle Steel, is an American romantic novelist and author of mainstream dramas.

Daniil Markov
Daniil Yevgenyevich "Danny" Markov is a professional ice hockey player and current captain for Vityaz Chekhov of the Kontinental Hockey League.-Playing career:

Danio rerio
The zebrafish, Danio rerio, is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the minnow family of order Cypriniformes. It is a popular aquarium fish, frequently sold under the trade name zebra danio, and is an important vertebrate model organism in scientific research.-Taxonomy:The zebrafish are Cyprinidae with a derived member of the genus Danio

Danish East India Company
The Danish East India Company was a Danish chartered company.-History:It was founded in 1616, following a privilege of Danish King Christian IV.

Danish Immigration Service
The Danish Immigration Service is a directorate within the Danish Ministry of Refugees, Immigration and Integration Affairs.The service administrates the Danish Aliens Act , in other words, it handles applications for asylum, family reunification, visas, work permits, etc

Danish language
Danish is a North Germanic language spoken by around six million people, principally in the country of Denmark. It is also spoken by 50,000 Germans of Danish ethnicity in the northern parts of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, where it holds the status of minority language

Danish pastry
Danish pastry is a sweet pastry which has become a specialty of Denmark and neighbouring Scandinavian countries and is popular throughout the industrialized world, although the form it takes can differ significantly from country to country

Danish resistance movement
The Danish resistance movement was an underground insurgency movement to resist the German occupation of Denmark during World War II. Due to the unusually lenient terms given to Danish people by the Nazi occupation authority, the movement was slower to develop effective tactics on a wide scale than in some other countries

Danish Royal Family
The Danish Royal Family includes the Queen of Denmark and her family. All members except the Queen hold the title of Prince/Princess of Denmark with the style of His/Her Royal Highness or His/Her Highness. The Queen is styled Her Majesty. The Queen and her siblings belong to the House of Glücksburg, which is a branch of the Royal House of Oldenburg

Danmarks Radio
DR – officially rendered into English as the Danish Broadcasting Corporation – is Denmark's national broadcasting corporation. Founded in 1925 as a public-service organization, it is today Denmark's oldest and largest electronic media enterprise

Dannevirke
Dannevirke , is a rural service town in the Manawatu-Wanganui Region of the North Island, New Zealand. It is the major town of the administrative Tararua District, the easternmost of the districts in which the Regional Council has responsibilities

Danny Doyle
Danny Doyle is a solo Irish folk singer.- Background :Reportedly, the songs on which Doyle was raised came from his mother and great-grandmother and from the last of Dublin's street singers and from some of Dublin's contemporary writers, such as poet Patrick Kavanagh and playwright Brendan Behan, who were neighbours.Kavanagh and Behan were among the first to encourage his

Danny Gottlieb
Danny Gottlieb is a freelance drummer who has performed as part of the Pat Metheny Group and Mahavishnu Orchestra. He is also a member of the University of North Florida jazz faculty, where he teaches as a fulltime Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies.- Biography :Danny graduated from the University of Miami in 1975

Danny Kaye
Danny Kaye was a celebrated American actor, singer, dancer, and comedian

Dante Alighieri
Durante degli Alighieri, mononymously referred to as Dante , was an Italian poet, prose writer, literary theorist, moral philosopher, and political thinker. He is best known for the monumental epic poem La commedia, later named La divina commedia

Dante Basco
Danté Basco is an American actor, voice actor, poet, and dancer. He is best known for playing Rufio in the 1991 live-action Peter Pan film Hook

Dantian
Dantian, dan t'ian, dan tien or tan t'ien is loosely translated as "elixir field". It is described as an important focal point for internal meditative techniques.There are various points of dantian

Danube-Black Sea Canal
The Danube – Black Sea Canal is a canal in Romania which runs from Cernavodă on the Danube to Agigea and Năvodari on the Black Sea

Dao, Capiz
Dao is a 4th class municipality in the province of Capiz, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 30,623 people in 5,921 households.-Barangays:Dao is politically subdivided into 20 barangays.* Aganan* Agtambi* Agtanguay

Daphne (plant)
Daphne is a genus of between 50 and 95 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs in the family Thymelaeaceae, native to Asia, Europe, and north Africa

Daphnia
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Dapsone
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Dar-es-Salaam Stock Exchange
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