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Caucasian
Caucasian may refer to:*Anything from the Caucasus region**Peoples of the Caucasus or Caucasian peoples, humans from the Caucasus region**Languages of the Caucasus, languages spoken in the Caucasus region

Caucus
A caucus is a meeting of supporters or members of a political party or movement, especially in the United States and Canada. As the use of the term has been expanded the exact definition has come to vary among political cultures.-Origin of the term:

Caucusing
Caucusing is the practice where a portion of the membership of a voting body agrees to vote as a block, even though some members of the 'caucus' might be inclined to vote the other way.

Cauda (disambiguation)
Cauda may refer to:* tail, cauda is the Latin word for tail.* cauda, a feature of Conductus-style music* an aphid body part* Gavdos, a Greek island off the southern coast of Crete

Caudex
A caudex is a form of stem morphology appearing as a thickened, short, perennial stem that is either underground or near ground level . It may be swollen for the purpose of water storage, especially in xerophytes

Caught (1996 film)
Caught is a 1996 erotic thriller film about a drifter who disrupts the simple life of a fish market owner and his wife. The film was directed by Robert M. Young, and stars Edward James Olmos, Arie Verveen, María Conchita Alonso, and Bitty Schram.

Caught (disambiguation)
Caught is a method of dismissing a batsman in the sport of cricket.Caught may also refer to:* Caught , a 1949 American drama film* Caught , a 1996 erotic thriller film* Caught , an album by Teri DeSario

Caught in the Act (boy band)
Caught in the Act was a half English, half Dutch boy band. The band was established by record producer Cees van Leeuwen in 1993. There were four members of the group: Lee Baxter, Eloy de Jong, Bastiaan Ragas and Benjamin Boyce.

Caught in the Act (Goodies episode)
Caught in the Act is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.This episode is also known as "The Playgirl Club" and as "Compromising Photos".

Caul (headgear)
A caul is a historical headress worn by women that covers tied-up hair. A fancy caul could be made of satin, velvet, fine silk or brocade, although a simple caul would commonly be made of white linen or cotton. The caul could be covered by a crespine or a mesh net to secure it from falling off.It is also the name of an Elizabethan hair net.

Cauldron
A cauldron or caldron is a large metal pot for cooking and/or boiling over an open fire, with a large mouth and frequently with an arc-shaped hanger.- Etymology :

Cauldron (album)
Cauldron is the first album from San Francisco's Fifty Foot Hose. The album is remarkable for featuring a variety of homemade synths, formed by the hands of bassist Louis "Cork" Marcheschi.-Track listing:#And After#If Not This Time#Opus 777

Cauldron (band)
Cauldron is a heavy metal band based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They were formed in 2006 following the breakup of Goat Horn, with guitarist Brandon Wars leaving to form a new band, Zuku

Cauldron (disambiguation)
A cauldron is a large metal pot for cooking.Cauldron may also refer to:* Cauldron , 1968* Cauldron , 2008* Cauldron, novel by Jack McDevitt* Cauldron ,a 1993 novel by Larry Bond

Cauldron (novel)
Cauldron is a novel by Larry Bond that centers on a European financial crisis that leads to a military confrontation between the United States and France. The instrument of French imperialism in this novel is a transnational organization known as the European Confederation . EurCon is dominated by France and Germany and bears a disturbing resemblance to the European Union

Cauliflower ear
Cauliflower ear is a condition that occurs when the external portion of the ear suffers a blow, blood clot or other collection of fluid under the perichondrium

Cauna
Cauna is a commune in the Landes department in Aquitaine in south-western France.

CAUSA
CAUSA International is an anti-communist educational organization created in New York City in 1980 by members of the Unification Church at the suggestion of Rev. Sun Myung Moon. CAUSA was an acronym for "Confederation of the Associations for the Unification of the Societies of the Americas", and is also Spanish for "cause." In the 1980s CAUSA International was active in 21 countries

Causality
Causality is the relationship between an event and a second event , where the second event is understood as a consequence of the first.

Causation
Causation may refer to:* Causation , a key component to establish liability in both criminal and civil law* Causation in English law defines the requirement for liability in negligence

Causative
In linguistics, a causative is a form that indicates that a subject causes someone or something else to do or be something, or causes a change in state of a non-volitional event.

Cause of action
In the law, a cause of action is a set of facts sufficient to justify a right to sue to obtain money, property, or the enforcement of a right against another party. The term also refers to the legal theory upon which a plaintiff brings suit

Causerie
Causerie is a literary style of short informal essays mostly unknown in the English-speaking world. A causerie is generally short, light and humorous and is often published as a newspaper column . Often causerie is a current opinion piece, but it contains more verbal acrobatics and humor than a regular opinion or column

Caustic
Caustic may refer to:* Causticity, the property of a substance that causes corrosion** Sodium hydroxide, sometimes called caustic soda** Potassium hydroxide, sometimes called caustic potash** Calcium oxide, sometimes called caustic lime

Cauterize
Cauterize was an alternative rock band from Canada, active from 1995 to 2007.In 2003, Cauterize’s first single Something Beautiful was released, with its only music video, was broadcast on the web site muchloud.com

Caution
Caution may refer to:* A precautionary statement describing a potential hazard* A Police caution, an alternative to prosecution for a criminal offence in some countries such as the United Kingdom and Australia

Cava (disambiguation)
-Places:* Cava, Lleida, a Spanish municipality in the community of Catalonia* Cava, Orkney, one of the Orkney Islands* Cava de' Tirreni, Italian town and municipality of the province of Salerno

Cavalcade
Cavalcade may refer to:*Cavalcade, a horseback procession, parade, or mass trail ride*A huge parade*A huge procession*Suzuki GV1400 Cavalcade, a Suzuki luxury touring motorcycle available from 1985 to 1988 in North America

Cavalcade
A cavalcade is a procession or parade on horseback, or a mass trail ride by a company of riders. The focus of a cavalcade is participation rather than display; often, the participants do not wear costumes or ride in formation. Often, a cavalcade re-enacts an important historical event and follows a long distance trail

Cavalcade (horse)
Cavalcade was an American Hall of Fame Champion Thoroughbred racehorse.In the early 1930s, Bob Smith, a trainer with a history of spotting talent, had been hired by heiress Isabel Dodge Sloane to stock her newly formed Brookmeade Stable. A descendant of the 1893 English Triple Crown champion Isinglass, Cavalcade was purchased as a yearling for $1,200

Cavalier
Cavalier was the name used by Parliamentarians for a Royalist supporter of King Charles I and son Charles II during the English Civil War, the Interregnum, and the Restoration

Cavalier (album)
Cavalier is an album by Tom Brosseau, released in 2007.-Track listing:All songs written by Tom Brosseau.#"Amory"#"Brass Ring Blues"#"Committed to Memory"#"Brand New Safe"#"My Heart Belongs To The Sea"#"My Peggy Dear"

Cavalier (comics)
The Cavalier is a fictional supervillain in the DC Comics universe. The character first appeared in Detective Comics #81, , and was created by Don Cameron and Bob Kane.-Mortimer Drake:

Cavalier (Nedor)
The Cavalier was a fictional character that appeared in comic books published by Nedor Comics. His first appearance was in Thrilling Comics #53 . The Cavalier was later revived by Alan Moore for his work at America's Best Comics.

Cavalla
-Fish:* A vernacular name used for several fish species in the families Carangidae and Scombridae:** Crevalle jack Caranx hippos ** Atlantic mackerel Scomber scombrus ** Chub mackerel Scomber japonicus

Cavalli
Cavalli may refer to:*Francesco Cavalli, an Italian 17th century composer*Roberto Cavalli, an Italian fashion designer*Johan Cavalli, a French footballer*Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, a population geneticist*Molly Cavalli , an American porn star

Cavallo (island)
Cavallo is a small island in the Mediterranean Sea located between Corsica and Sardinia.- Geography :Cavallo is the only inhabited island of the Lavezzi Archipelago, 2.3km from the Corsican coast , close to the Strait of Bonifacio. It is about 13km from Sardinia. The island is French territory, though it belonged to Italy in the past

Cavalry
Cavalry or horsemen were soldiers or warriors who fought mounted on horseback. Cavalry were historically the third oldest and the most mobile of the combat arms

Cavan (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
Cavan County was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons from 1611 to 1800.Between 1725 and 1793 Catholics and those married to Catholics could not vote.-History:

Cavano
Cavano is a village in Ancuabe District in Cabo Delgado Province in northeastern Mozambique.-External links:*

Cave In
Cave In is an American rock band that formed in 1995, in Methuen, Massachusetts. After several members changes in the late 90's, their lineup solidified with the 1998 release of Until Your Heart Stops through Hydra Head Records. Their early albums were prominent releases in the independent metalcore scene. After this release, the band started experimenting with other genres

Caveat
Caveat , the third-person singular present subjunctive of the Latin cavere, means "warning" ; it can be shorthand for Latin phrases such as:

Caveat (horse)
Caveat was an American thoroughbred stallion racehorse. Bred in Maryland) by Ryehill Farm, he was sired by Kentucky Derby winner Cannonade out of The Axe II mare, Cold Hearted

CAVEman
CAVEman is a 4D high-resolution model of a functioning human elaborated by University of Calgary. It resides in a cube-shaped virtual reality room, like a cave, also known as the "research holodeck", in which the human model floats in space, projected from three walls and the floor below.-External links:* * *

Caveman (disambiguation)
A caveman is a popular stylized characterization of how early humans or hominids looked and behaved. A cave dweller is a real human being who lives in a cave or under a cliff.Caveman and/or Cavemen can also describe the following.-Characters:

Caveman (electronic game)
Caveman was a handheld electronic game made by TOMY. It came in 3 different colors, red, gold and white/orange. Radio Shack sold it under the Tandy brand name for $39.95. Sold in the UK under the Grandstand name. Its screen was VFD and ran on 4 C batteries. Its model # was 7613.-External links:* at the Handheld Museum

CAVEman (image)
CAVEman is a movable "4D" image of the human body created by the University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine to help with the study of the genetics of diseases.

Cavemen (TV series)
Cavemen is an American comedy-drama show which ran on ABC from October 2, 2007 to November 13, 2007. The show was created by Joe Lawson and set in San Diego, California

Caven
-People:*Albert Cavens -Belgian-American silent film actor*Ingrid Caven - German film actress*Jamie Caven - English darts player*John Caven -Canadian politician*Jurgen Cavens - Belgian footballer

Caverns (novel)
Caverns is a 1989 novel written collaboratively as an experiment by Ken Kesey and a creative writing class that he taught at the University of Oregon. The cover of the book says it was written by O.U. Levon—the name of this supposed author, spelled backwards, is "novel U.O."

Caviar
Caviar, sometimes called black caviar, is a luxury delicacy, consisting of processed, salted, non-fertilized sturgeon roe. The roe can be "fresh" or pasteurized, the latter having much less culinary and economic value.

Caviar (disambiguation)
Caviar, sometimes Kaviar is, primarely, the name given to the luxury delicacy consisting of processed, salted, non-fertilized sturgeon roe.It may also refer to:*Caviar , United States pop rock band**Caviar , their debut album

Cavil
Cavil may refer to:* John Cavil, a fictional character from the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica television series* Kwame Cavil , Canadian Football League wide receiver

Cavitand
A cavitand is a container shaped molecule. The cavity of the cavitand allows it to engage in host-guest chemistry with guest molecules of a complementary shape and size. Examples include cyclodextrins, calixarenes, pillararenes and cucurbiturils.

Cavity
A cavity is a hole. It may refer to:*Dental cavity, damage to the structure of teeth*Body cavity, a fluid filled space in many animals where organs typically develop*Cavity wall, a wall consisting of two skins with a cavity.

Cavity (band)
Cavity was an American sludge metal band from Miami, Florida. They formed in 1992 and broke up around 2003. Steve Brooks and Juan Montoya would go on to play in Torche and Floor

Cavity quantum electrodynamics
Cavity quantum electrodynamics is the study of the interaction between light confined in a reflective cavity and atoms or other particles, under conditions where the quantum nature of light photons is significant

CAWS
CAWS may refer to:* an acronym for the Chicago Area Water System, administered by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago* an acronym for the Common Arrangement of Work Sections* an acronym for the Continuous Automatic Warning System

Cay
A cay , also spelled caye or key, is a small, low-elevation, sandy island formed on the surface of coral reefs. Cays occur in tropical environments throughout the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans , where they provide habitable and agricultural land for hundreds of thousands of people

Cayenne
Cayenne is the capital of French Guiana, an overseas region and department of France located in South America. The city stands on a former island at the mouth of the Cayenne River on the Atlantic coast. The city's motto is "Ferit Aurum Industria" which means "Work brings wealth"

Cayenne (disambiguation)
Cayenne is the capital of French Guiana.Cayenne also may refer to:* Cayenne pepper* Cayenne * "Cayenne" , by the Beatles* Porsche Cayenne, auto modelSoftware:* Apache Cayenne* Cayenne

Cayenne (mascot)
Cayenne is the official mascot of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns athletic teams. He is an anthropomorphic Cayenne pepper .

Cayenne (song)
"Cayenne" is an instrumental track by The Beatles. It was recorded by the band in 1960, when they were still known as The Quarrymen, and not officially released until its inclusion on the 1995 album Anthology 1.

Decorative art
The decorative arts is traditionally a term for the design and manufacture of functional objects. It includes interior design, but not usually architecture. The decorative arts are often categorized in opposition to the "fine arts", namely, painting, drawing, photography, and large-scale sculpture, which generally have no function other than to be seen

Decriminalised parking enforcement
Decriminalised parking enforcement is the name given in the United Kingdom to the civil enforcement of car parking regulations, carried out by civil enforcement officers, operating on behalf of either a local authority or a private firm. The Road Traffic Act 1991 Decriminalised parking enforcement (DPE) is the name given in the United Kingdom to the civil enforcement of car parking regulations, carried out by civil enforcement officers, operating on behalf of either a local authority or a private firm. The Road Traffic Act 1991 Decriminalised parking enforcement (DPE) is the name given in the United Kingdom to the civil enforcement of car parking regulations, carried out by civil enforcement officers, operating on behalf of either a local authority or a private firm. The Road Traffic Act 1991 (c

Dedelstorf
Dedelstorf is a municipality in the district of Gifhorn, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

Deductive reasoning
Deductive reasoning, also called deductive logic, is reasoning which constructs or evaluates deductive arguments. Deductive arguments are attempts to show that a conclusion necessarily follows from a set of premises or hypothesis

Dee bridge disaster
The Dee bridge disaster was a rail accident that occurred on 24 May 1847 in Chester with five fatalities.A new bridge across the River Dee was needed for the Chester and Holyhead Railway, a project planned in the 1840s for the expanding British railway system. It was built using cast iron girders, each of which was made of three very large castings dovetailed together

Dee Why, New South Wales
Dee Why is a suburb of northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Dee Why is located 18 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre of the local government area of Warringah Council, and along with Brookvale is considered to be the main centre of the Northern Beaches region.- Name :The origin of the name of

Deep brain stimulation
Deep brain stimulation is a surgical treatment involving the implantation of a medical device called a brain pacemaker, which sends electrical impulses to specific parts of the brain

Deep foundation
A deep foundation is a type of foundation distinguished from shallow foundations by the depth they are embedded into the ground. There are many reasons a geotechnical engineer would recommend a deep foundation over a shallow foundation, but some of the common reasons are very large design loads, a poor soil at shallow depth, or site constraints

Deep Freeze (software)
Deep Freeze, by Faronics, is an application available for the Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and SUSE Linux operating systems which allows system administrators to protect the core operating system and configuration files on a workstation or server by restoring a computer back to its original configuration each time the computer restarts.-Operation:Deep Freeze is a kernel-level driver

Deep frying
Deep frying is a cooking method in which food is submerged in hot oil or fat. This is normally performed with a deep fryer or chip pan; industrially, a pressure fryer or vacuum fryer may be used.

Deep River, Ontario
Deep River is a town in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. Located along the Ottawa River, it lies about north-west of Ottawa on the Trans-Canada Highway

Deep South
The Deep South is a descriptive category of the cultural and geographic subregions in the American South. Historically, it is differentiated from the "Upper South" as being the states which were most dependent on plantation type agriculture during the pre-Civil War period

Deep Submergence insignia
The Deep Submergence Insignia is a uniform breast pin worn by officers and men of the United States Navy's submarine service who are qualified in submarines and have completed one year of regular assignment to a Manned or Unmanned Deep Submersible

Deep vein thrombosis
Deep vein thrombosis is the formation of a blood clot in a deep vein. Deep vein thrombosis commonly affects the leg veins or the deep veins of the pelvis. Occasionally the veins of the arm are affected

Deep web
The Deep Web refers to World Wide Web content that is not part of the Surface Web, which is indexed by standard search engines.

Deep-fried Mars bar
A deep-fried Mars bar is an ordinary Mars bar normally fried in a type of batter commonly used for deep-frying fish, sausages, and other battered products

Deep-sea gigantism
In zoology, deep-sea gigantism, also known as abyssal gigantism, is the tendency for species of crustaceans, invertebrates and other deep-sea-dwelling animals to display a larger size than their shallow-water counterparts

Deepa Mehta
Deepa Mehta, LLD is a Genie Award-winning Indian-born Canadian film director and screenwriter, most known for her Elements Trilogy, Fire , Earth , and Water , among which Earth was submitted by Indian government for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film

Deer
Deer are the ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae. Species in the Cervidae family include white-tailed deer, elk, moose, red deer, reindeer, fallow deer, roe deer and chital. Male deer of all species and female reindeer grow and shed new antlers each year

Def Comedy Jam
Def Comedy Jam is a HBO television series produced by Russell Simmons. The series had its original run from July 1, 1992 to January 1, 1997. The show returned on HBO's fall lineup in 2006. Def Comedy Jam helped to launch the careers of several African-American stand-up comedians

Def Jam Recordings
Def Jam Recordings is an American record label, focused primarily on hip hop and urban music, owned by Universal Music Group, and operates as a part of The Island Def Jam Motown Music Group

Defendant
A defendant or defender is any party who is required to answer the complaint of a plaintiff or pursuer in a civil lawsuit before a court, or any party who has been formally charged or accused of violating a criminal statute

Deferoxamine
Deferoxamine is a bacterial siderophore produced by the actinobacteria Streptomyces pilosus. It has medical applications as a chelating agent used to remove excess iron from the body

Definition
A definition is a passage that explains the meaning of a term , or a type of thing. The term to be defined is the definiendum. A term may have many different senses or meanings

Definition of planet
The definition of planet, since the word was coined by the ancient Greeks, has included within its scope a wide range of celestial bodies. Greek astronomers employed the term asteres planetai , "wandering stars", for objects which apparently move over the sky

Deforestation
Deforestation is the removal of a forest or stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a nonforest use. Examples of deforestation include conversion of forestland to farms, ranches, or urban use.

Deformation
In materials science, deformation is a change in the shape or size of an object due to an applied force or a change in temperature

Deformation (mechanics)
Deformation in continuum mechanics is the transformation of a body from a reference configuration to a current configuration. A configuration is a set containing the positions of all particles of the body

Degenerate matter
Degenerate matter is matter that has such extraordinarily high density that the dominant contribution to its pressure is attributable to the Pauli exclusion principle. The pressure maintained by a body of degenerate matter is called the degeneracy pressure, and arises because the Pauli principle prevents the constituent particles from occupying identical quantum states

Degenia
Degenia is a monotypic plant genus in the mustard family containing the single species Degenia velebitica . The yellow-flowered plant is endemic to Velebit and Kapela mountain ranges, and has become a symbol of the region.Discovered by Dr

Degrassi
Degrassi is a Canadian drama that follows the lives of a group of teenagers who lived on or near De Grassi Street in Toronto, Ontario. The four main series are The Kids of Degrassi Street, Degrassi Junior High, Degrassi High and Degrassi: The Next Generation. The early Degrassi series were produced by the small production company Playing With Time Inc

Dehwar
Dehwar is a name of Baloch tribe in Balochistan. The tribe is settled primarily in Kalat, Khuzdar, Kharan, Noshkey, Sarlath, Dalbandin, and Mastung. The principal clans into which the tribe is divided are the Yusufzai dodaki Sanjarzai and Khwajakhail

Deicing
For snow and ice control on roadways and similar facilities, see Snow removalDe-icing is defined as removal of snow, ice or frost from a surface

Deimos (moon)
Deimos is the smaller and outer of Mars's two moons . It is named after Deimos, a figure representing dread in Greek Mythology. Its systematic designation is '.-Discovery:Deimos was discovered by Asaph Hall, Sr

Deinking
Deinking is the industrial process of removing printing ink from paperfibers of recycled paper to make deinked pulp.The key in the deinking process is the ability to detach ink from the fibers. This is achieved by a combination of mechanical action and chemical means. In Europe the most common process is froth flotation deinking.Paper is one of the main targets for recycling

Deioces
Deioces, Diyako or Deiokes was the first king of the Medes according to Herodotus. In the late 8th century BC there was a Daiukku or Dayukku who was a Mannaean provincial governor

Deism
Deism in religious philosophy is the belief that reason and observation of the natural world, without the need for organized religion, can determine that the universe is the product of an all-powerful creator. According to deists, the creator does not intervene in human affairs or suspend the natural laws of the universe

Deity
A deity is a recognized preternatural or supernatural immortal being, who may be thought of as holy, divine, or sacred, held in high regard, and respected by believers.

DeJonge v. Oregon
De Jonge v. Oregon, 299 U.S. 353 , was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that the Fourteenth Amendment's due process clause applies to freedom of assembly. The Court found that Dirk De Jonge had the right to organize a Communist Party and to speak at its meetings, even though the party advocated industrial or political change in revolution

DEKA
DEKA Research and Development Corporation is a company based in New Hampshire, founded in 1982 by Dean Kamen, consisting of nearly 200 engineers, technicians, and support staff

Deke Slayton
Donald Kent Slayton , better known as Deke Slayton, was an American World War II pilot and later, one of the original NASA Mercury Seven astronauts.

Dekina
Dekina is a Local Government Area in Kogi State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Dekina on the A233 highway in the north of the area at.The northeasterly line of equal latitude and longitude passes through the southeast of the LGA.

Del Campo High School
Del Campo High School, a member of the San Juan Unified School District, is a public high school in Fair Oaks, California.-Academic curriculum:

Del James
Del James, is an American musician, writer, journalist and artist best known for writing the short story that reportedly inspired the "November Rain" video by hard rock band Guns N' Roses

Del Monte Foods
Del Monte Foods is an American food production and distribution company headquartered in San Francisco, California. Del Monte Foods is one of the country's largest producers, distributors and marketers of branded food and pet products for the U.S. retail market, generating approximately $3.6 billion in net sales in fiscal 2009

Del Shannon
Del Shannon was an American rock and roll singer-songwriter who had a No. 1 hit, "Runaway", in 1961.- Biography :

Delancey Street (Manhattan)
Delancey Street is one of the main thoroughfares of Manhattan's Lower East Side, running east from the Bowery to connect to the Williamsburg Bridge to Brooklyn. It is an eight-lane, median-divided street.

Delaware
Delaware is a U.S. state located on the Atlantic Coast in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. It is bordered to the south and west by Maryland, and to the north by Pennsylvania

Delaware and Raritan Canal
The Delaware and Raritan Canal is a canal in central New Jersey, United States, built in the 1830s that served to connect the Delaware River to the Raritan River. It was intended as an efficient and reliable means of transportation of freight between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New York City, especially coal from the anthracite coal fields in eastern Pennsylvania

Delaware Bay
Delaware Bay is a major estuary outlet of the Delaware River on the Northeast seaboard of the United States whose fresh water mixes for many miles with the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It is in area. The bay is bordered by the State of New Jersey and the State of Delaware

Delaware Colony
Delaware Colony in the North American Middle Colonies was a region of the Province of Pennsylvania although never legally a separate colony. From 1682 until 1776 it was part of the Penn proprietorship and was known as the lower counties

Delaware River
The Delaware River is a major river on the Atlantic coast of the United States.A Dutch expedition led by Henry Hudson in 1609 first mapped the river. The river was christened the South River in the New Netherland colony that followed, in contrast to the North River, as the Hudson River was then known

Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge
The Delaware River – Turnpike Toll Bridge is a four-lane steel arch-shaped suspended deck truss bridge that connects the Pennsylvania Turnpike's East-West Mainline with the main trunk of the New Jersey Turnpike, via the Pearl Harbor Memorial Extension

Delaware State Police
The Delaware State Police is a division of the Delaware Department of Public Safety and Homeland Security and is responsible for traffic regulation and law enforcement across the state of Delaware, especially in areas underserved by local police departments

Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge
The Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge is a toll bridge that carries I-80 across the Delaware River at the Delaware Water Gap, connecting Hardwick Township, New Jersey and Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania. The bridge was built by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad
The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company was a railroad connecting Pennsylvania's Lackawanna Valley, rich in anthracite coal, to Hoboken, New Jersey, , Buffalo and Oswego, New York

Delaware, Ohio
The City of Delaware is a city in and the county seat of Delaware County in the United States state of Ohio. Delaware was founded in 1808 and was incorporated in 1816. It is located near the center of Ohio, is about north of Columbus, and is part of the Columbus, Ohio Metropolitan Area

Delco Electronics
Delco Electronics Corporation was the automotive electronics design and manufacturing subsidiary of General Motors based in Kokomo, Indiana.The name Delco came from the Dayton Engineering Laboratories Co., founded in Dayton, Ohio by Charles Kettering and Edward A

Delftware
Delftware, or Delft pottery, denotes blue and white pottery made in and around Delft in the Netherlands and the tin-glazed pottery made in the Netherlands from the 16th century.

Delhi College of Engineering
Delhi Technological University , formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering, is a government university located in New Delhi, India

Delhi Metro
Delhi Metro is a rapid transit system serving Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and Ghaziabad in the National Capital Region of India. It is one of the largest metro networks in the world. The network consists of six lines with a total length of with 142 stations of which 35 are underground

Delhi Public School Society
Delhi Public School Society is one of the largest institutions providing education at school level in India. It has a large number of schools under its aegis in India and abroad. The Delhi Public School Society, a non-profit body, is the administrative authority for all the institutions under its banner

Delhi Public School Vasant Kunj
Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj is a co-educational private school located in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, India

Delias eucharis
The Common Jezebel is a medium sized pierid butterfly found in many areas of South and Southeast Asia, especially in the non-arid regions of India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Thailand

Delicias, Chihuahua
Delicias is a city in the Mexican state of Chihuahua and serves as the seat of the municipality of the same name. It is located southeast of the state capital, Chihuahua. Delicias was declared an official municipality of the state of Chihuahua on January 7, 1935

Delict
In civil law, a delict is an intentional or negligent act which gives rise to a legal obligation between parties even though there has been no contract between them. Due to the large number of civil law systems in the world, it is hard to state any generalities about the concept

Delirium tremens
Delirium tremens is an acute episode of delirium that is usually caused by withdrawal from alcohol, first described in 1813

Dell Hymes
Dell Hathaway Hymes was a sociolinguist, anthropologist, and folklorist whose work dealt primarily with languages of the Pacific Northwest. He was one of the first to call the fourth subfield of anthropology "linguistic anthropology" instead of "anthropological linguistics"

Dell Inspiron
Dell's Inspiron computer product line started as a range of laptop computers targeted at the entry-level, budget, a Mobile Celeron or Mobile Pentium II processor with SDRAM, and had a high starting price of $2,799