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Cayenne pepper
The cayenne pepper—also known as the Guinea spice,cow-horn pepper, aleva, bird pepper,or, especially in its powdered form, red pepper—is a red, hot chili pepper used to flavor dishes and for medicinal purposes. Named for the city of Cayenne in French Guiana, it is a cultivar of Capsicum annuum related to bell peppers, jalapeños, and others

Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory and overseas territory of the European Union located in the western Caribbean Sea. The territory comprises the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman, located south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica

Cayo (film)
Cayo is a Puerto Rican film released in 2005. It was directed by Vicente Juarbe and written by Ineabelle Sánchez and Pedro Muñiz. The film also stars Roselyn Sanchez.-Plot synopsis:

Cayuse
The Cayuse are a Native American tribe in the state of Oregon in the United States. The Cayuse tribe shares a reservation in northeastern Oregon with the Umatilla and the Walla Walla tribes as part of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

Caza
Caza, the pseudonym of Philippe Cazaumayou , is a French comics artist.-Biography:At 18, Cazaumayou started a career in advertising which lasted for ten years, but in 1970 he entered the field of bandes dessinées, releasing his first album, Kris Kool

CBA (food retail)
CBA is a Hungarian supermarket chain with almost 5200 stores in these countries:-External links:* * * * * * * *

CC
CC or cc may refer to:* Cubic centimetre, a unit of volume often associated with engine displacement-Organizations and companies:* Creative Commons, a non-profit organization in the field of copyright licensing

CCC
- Businesses and organizations :* Canterbury of New Zealand, a New Zealand-based sports apparel company* Center for Community Change, one of the larger community building organizations in the United States* Color Climax Corporation, a Danish pornography company

CCGS
The designation Canadian Coast Guard Ship , is applied as a prefix to vessels in the Canadian Coast Guard.

CCSL (disambiguation)
CCSL may refer to:* Christ Church St. Laurence* Council of Free Labour Unions* Corpus Christianorum Series Latina

CDA (gene)
Cytidine deaminase is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the CDA gene.-Further reading:

CDC
-Government:* Caisse des dépôts et consignations, a French government-controlled financial institution* California Department of Corrections, the US state of California's prison system

CE
CE, Ce or ce may refer to:* Common Era , secular alternative to Anno Domini * Cerium, chemical element with symbol Ce- Titles :* Chief Executive, administrative head of some regions


Cé was the druid of Nuada of the Silver Hand. He was wounded in the Second Battle of Mag Tuired and fled southward till he came to Carn Corrslebe. Taking respite from his journey and his wounds aching, he saw ahead of him a beautiful plain full of flowers. He desired greatly to reach it, and when he did, he died. When his grave was made, a lake burst out over it, and the whole plain

Cea
-People:* Eusebio Rodolfo Cordón Cea , Salvadoran politician* José Pedro Cea , Uruguayan footballer* José Roberto Cea , Salvadoran novelist and poet-Places:* Cea River, Spain

CEAS
CEAS is an abbreviation that may stand forConference on Email and Anti-SpamCorporate Emergency Access SystemCouncil of European Aerospace SocietiesCommon European Asylum System

Ceasefire (disambiguation)
A ceasefire is a temporary stoppage during a war or other armed conflict.Ceasefire may also refer to:* Ceasefire Canada, an organization established to persuade Canadian politicians to oppose the War in Afghanistan and to promote peace

Ceber
Ceber may refer to the following places in Poland:*Ceber, Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Ceber, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship

Cebidae
The Cebidae is one of the five families of New World monkeys now recognised. It includes the capuchin monkeys and squirrel monkeys. These species are found throughout tropical and subtropical South and Central America.-Characteristics:

CEBRA
CEBRA is a Danish architectural practice founded in Århus in 2001 by the architects Mikkel Frost, Carsten Primdahl and Kolja Nielsen. The practice is primarily occupied with building design but over the last few years an increasing number of planning projects has been developed in the office as well, such as in 2006 the CO- EVOLUTION project for which they received the Golden Lion at the

Cebu (novel)
Cebu is a 1991 novel by Filipino American author Peter Bacho the "most visible figure" of second-generation, native-born Filipino American writing and one of several Seattle novelists in the 1990s to explore the racial history and sociology of Seattle

CeCe
CeCe may refer to:*CeCe Peniston , American gospel and dance music singer*CeCe , a 2011 album by CeCe Peniston*CeCe Winans , American gospel music singer*Cece, Hungary, a village in Fejér county, Hungary

Cecile
Cecile may refer to:*Cecile, California, community in Fresno County*Cécile , given name

Cecilia (Norwegian singer)
Cecilia is a Classical crossover singer, originally from Norway, who is known for her rendering of "Amazing Grace". She has released 7 albums, 2 via Universal Music, and performed worldwide, selling several hundred thousand albums with virtually no mainstream publicity.- Early life :Cecilia grew up in the small town of Harstad, in Norway in the Arctic Circle, the 'land of the

Cecilia (novel)
Cecilia, subtitled Memoirs of an Heiress, is a novel by Frances Burney, set in 1779 and published in 1782.-Background:Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress was published in July 1782

Cecilia (romance novel)
Cecilia is a historical romance novel by Julie McClure . The novel was published by Harris Press in Port Perry, Ontario and feature cover art by Fran Usher

Cecilia (song)
"Cecilia" is a song written by US musician Paul Simon. It was first recorded by Simon and Garfunkel for their 1970 album Bridge Over Troubled Water. When released as a single, it reached #4 in the US charts

Cecilia (Spanish singer)
Evangelina Sobredo Galanes, known as Cecilia, was a Spanish singer-songwriter. She took her stage name from the song "Cecilia" by Simon and Garfunkel.

Cecily (given name)
Cecily is a given name, one of the English forms of Latin Cecilia, and may refer to:* Cecily Adams, the daughter of sitcom actor Don Adams and singer Adelaide Efanti* Cecily Bonville, 7th Baroness Harington, English peeress* Cecily Brown, British painter

Ceco
CECO - Chief e-Commerce Officer.A Chief e-Commerce Officer is a job that focuses on e-Commerce within an organization or as outsourcing.

Cedar
Cedrus is a genus of coniferous trees in the plant family Pinaceae. They are native to the mountains of the western Himalaya and the Mediterranean region, occurring at altitudes of 1,500–3,200 m in the Himalaya and 1,000–2,200 m in the Mediterranean.-Description:Cedars are trees up to 30–40 m tall with

Cedilla
A cedilla , also known as cedilha or cédille, is a hook added under certain letters as a diacritical mark to modify their pronunciation.-Origin:

Cego
Cego , also called Ceco, from the Latin "Caecus" or "blind", is a trick-taking card game played mainly in Baden, Schwarzwald, and Lake Constance, in Switzerland. The game is similar to French tarot and Austrian Tarock

CEILIDH
CEILIDH is a public key cryptosystem based on the discrete logarithm problem in algebraic torus. This idea was first introduced by Alice Silverberg and Karl Rubin in 2003

Ceiling
A ceiling is an overhead interior surface that covers the upper limit of a room. It is generally not a structural element, but a finished surface concealing the underside of the floor or roof structure above.

Ceiling (disambiguation)
Ceiling may refer to one of the following:*Ceiling, the upper surface of a room*Ceiling function in mathematics*Glass ceiling a bar to advancement of a qualified person

Ceinture
The French term ceinture may refer to a ringroad or a rail route round a city.Petite ceinture may refer to:*Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture around Paris

CELA
CELA is a non-governmental organization that is based in the Lugufu refugee camp in Tanzania. CELA’s current director, Atuu Waonaje, is a refugee himself who founded the organization formerly known as “Love Your Neighbour Centre” in 1997 to provide Congolese refugees with more educational opportunities

Celebes
Celebes may refer to:*Sulawesi, an island in Indonesia, formerly known as Celebes*Celebes Sea*The Elephant Celebes, a 1921 Surrealist work by Max Ernst

Celebrate
-Music:* Celebrate , a 2002 album by American pop group Triple Image* "Celebrate" , the Swiss entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004

Celebrate (Eurovision song)
"Celebrate" was the Swiss entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Piero Esteriore & The MusicStars.Due to Switzerland missing the 2003 contest, the country was forced to participate in the semi final of the 2004 contest

Celebration
Celebration may refer to:* Party, a social gathering or celebration* Festival, a community gathering to celebrate something in particular*The observance of a feast day or holiday*The celebration of the Eucharist*A Southeast Alaska Native cultural event

Celebration (album)
Celebration is a two CD set album released by the cellist Julian Lloyd Webber in 2001.-Track listing:#Rodrigo Concierto como un Divertimento #Lalo Cello Concerto -London Philharmonic Orchestra/Jesus Lopez-Cobos

Celebration (band)
Celebration is a psychedelic soul band based out of Baltimore, Maryland.-History:Celebration is composed of singer Katrina Ford, multi-instrumentalist Sean Antanaitis and drummer David Bergander, with a number of additional rotating members: Walker Teret plays bass, sometimes guitar, percussion and backing vocals, Tony Drummond, plays keys, percussion and backing vocals, Tommy Rouse

Celebration (play)
Celebration is a play by British playwright Harold Pinter. It was first presented as a double-bill with Pinter's first play The Room on Thursday 16 March 2000 at the Almeida Theatre in London.-Synopsis:

Celebration (Voices With Soul song)
"Celebration" is the debut single released by girl group, Voices With Soul. It was released on August 4, 2008 on CD Single & Digital Download.-Charts:

Celebrity (Brad Paisley song)
"Celebrity" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Brad Paisley. It was released in March 2003 as the lead single from his album, Mud on the Tires. The song reached the top five of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, peaking at number three. It also peaked at number 31 on the U.S

Celebrity (game)
Celebrity is a party game where teams play against each other to guess as many celebrity names as possible before time runs out.- Setup :

Celebrity (song)
"Celebrity" is a song by the Canadian-based band Barenaked Ladies released from their album Everything to Everyone. The song was only released as a single in the United Kingdom, and peaked at #81 there.

Celer
According to Ovid's description of the founding of Rome by Romulus , Celer was the name of an otherwise unknown foreman, appointed by Romulus to oversee the building of Rome's first walls

Celeriac
Celeriac is also known as celery root, turnip-rooted celery or knob celery. It is a kind of celery, grown as a root vegetable primarily for its large and bulbous hypocotyl rather than for its stem and leaves. The swollen hypocotyl is typically used when it is about 10–12 cm in diameter; about the size of a large potato

Celerity
Celerity may refer to:* Speed, quickness* Celerity BBS, a computer bulletin board system popular in the 1990s* Celerity Computing Inc., defunct San Diego, California vendor of Unix-based "supermini" computers

Celery salt
Celery salt is a flavored salt used as a food seasoning, made from ground seeds, which may come from celery or its relative lovage. These ground seeds are mixed with salt, either table salt or sea salt.

Celeste (actress)
Celeste is an American former pornographic actress who appeared in approximately 175 films from 1992-2003. According to pornographic director, John Stagliano, she initially worked a scene for him before undergoing rhinoplasty and breast augmentation surgery and becoming a Vivid Girl from 1992-1995.Celeste was married to a fellow actor, Woody Long, and later had a child

Celeste (film)
Céleste is a German film by Percy Adlon about the life of the French writer Marcel Proust as he lay in his bed from 1912 to 1922; the story is told through the eyes of his real life maid, Céleste Albaret

Celeste (frozen pizza)
Celeste is a brand of frozen pizza owned by Pinnacle Foods. It is widely referred to by its former name Mama Celeste. The brand's slogan is "Abbondanza", which means "Abundance" in Italian.-Background:

Celeste (Gemini series)
Celeste is a novel by V. C. Andrews. It is the first book in the Gemini series. It is followed by Black Cat and Child of Darkness. It is the story of a young girl forced by her mother to assume the identity of her twin brother after his death.

Celestial
- Science :* Sky objects, bodies and the following astronomy terms:** Astronomical objects, see for detailed description of celestial bodies and objects** Celestia, a 3D astronomy program that allows users to travel through the universe

Celestial (Chinese)
Celestial was a term used to describe Chinese emigrants to the United States, Canada and Australia during the 19th century. The term was widely used in the popular mass media of the day. The term is from Celestial Empire , a traditional name for China.

Celestial (song)
"Celestial" is a Latin pop song written by Carlos Lara and Pedro Damián and recorded by the Mexican pop group RBD for their third Spanish studio album Celestial.-Release:

Celestial (Versão Brasil)
Celestial is the third Portuguese studio album from the popular Mexican Latin pop group RBD. It is the Portuguese version of Celestial and was released on December 4, 2006 through EMI Records in Brazil

Celestial pole
The north and south celestial poles are the two imaginary points in the sky where the Earth's axis of rotation, indefinitely extended, intersects the imaginary rotating sphere of stars called the celestial sphere

Celestial sphere
In astronomy and navigation, the celestial sphere is an imaginary sphere of arbitrarily large radius, concentric with the Earth and rotating upon the same axis. All objects in the sky can be thought of as projected upon the celestial sphere. Projected upward from Earth's equator and poles are the celestial equator and the celestial poles

Celestine (comics)
Celestine is a fictional character from in the Image Comics comic book universe created by Alan Moore, Rob Liefeld and Brian Denham. She was described as an avenging angel, responsible for the destruction of the Tower of Babel, Sodom and Gomorrah and other Old Testament atrocities

Dell Latitude
Latitude is Dell's business laptop brand, designed and manufactured mainly by Compal and Quanta.-Overview and product type:The Dell Latitude is targeted for business use. This means that standardized parts are used throughout the line and are available for several years for support purposes

Delphi
Delphi is both an archaeological site and a modern town in Greece on the south-western spur of Mount Parnassus in the valley of Phocis.In Greek mythology, Delphi was the site of the Delphic oracle, the most important oracle in the classical Greek world, and a major site for the worship of the god Apollo after he slew the Python, a deity who lived there and protected the navel of the

Delphi method
The Delphi method is a structured communication technique, originally developed as a systematic, interactive forecasting method which relies on a panel of experts.In the standard version, the experts answer questionnaires in two or more rounds

Delphine LaLaurie
Marie Delphine LaLaurie , more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisiana-born socialite, known for her involvement in the torture of black slaves.

Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines, Inc. is a major airline based in the United States and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The airline operates an extensive domestic and international network serving all continents except Antarctica. Delta and its subsidiaries operate over 4,000 flights every day

Delta Goodrem
Delta Lea Goodrem is an Australian singer-songwriter, pianist, and actress. Signed to Sony at the age of 15, Goodrem rose to prominence in 2002, starring in the Australian soap opera Neighbours as Nina Tucker. Goodrem has achieved eight number-one singles and three number-one albums in her home country

Delta rocket
Delta is a versatile family of expendable launch systems that has provided space launch capability in the United States since 1960. There have been more than 300 Delta rockets launched, with a 95 percent success rate. Two Delta launch systems – Delta II and Delta IV – are in active use

Delta Sigma Theta
Delta Sigma Theta is a non-profit Greek-lettered sorority of college-educated women who perform public service and place emphasis on the African American community. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded on January 13, 1913 by twenty-two collegiate women at Howard University

Delta smelt
Delta smelt, Hypomesus transpacificus, is an endangered slender-bodied smelt, about long, of the Osmeridae family. Endemic to the upper Sacramento-San Joaquin estuary of California, it mainly inhabits the freshwater-saltwater mixing zone of the estuary, except during its spawning season, which primarily takes place during the early spring months from March until May.Because of its

Delta State (Nigeria)
Delta State is a state in Nigeria, comprising mainly Urhobo,, Isoko, Igbo , Ijaw and Itsekiri. The whole ethnic-groups that comprise the Delta are administratively grouped into three senatorial districts namely Delta North, Delta South and Delta Central for easy administrative purposes.Delta is an oil producing state of Nigeria situated in the region

Delta wave
A delta wave is a high amplitude brain wave with a frequency of oscillation between 0–4 hertz. Delta waves, like other brain waves, are recorded with an electroencephalogram and are usually associated with the deepest stages of sleep , also known as slow-wave sleep , and aid in characterizing the depth of sleep.-Background and history:"Delta waves" were

Delta wing
The delta wing is a wing planform in the form of a triangle. It is named for its similarity in shape to the Greek uppercase letter delta .-Delta-shaped stabilizers:

Delta-sigma modulation
Delta-sigma modulation is a method for encoding high-resolution or analog signals into lower-resolution digital signals. The conversion is done using error feedback, where the difference between the two signals is measured and used to improve the conversion

Deltoid muscle
In human anatomy, the deltoid muscle is the muscle forming the rounded contour of the shoulder. Anatomically, it appears to be made up of three distinct sets of fibers though electromyography suggests that it consists of at least seven groups that can be independently coordinated by the central nervous system.It was previously called the Deltoideus and the name is still used by

Deluge (prehistoric)
In geomorphology, an outburst flood, which is a type of megaflood, is a high magnitude, low frequency catastrophic flood involving the sudden release of water. During the last deglaciation, numerous glacial lake outburst floods were caused by the collapse of either ice sheets or glaciers that formed the dams of proglacial lakes

Delville Wood
The Battle of Delville Wood was one of the early engagements in the 1916 Battle of the Somme in the First World War. It took place between 14 July and 3 September, between the armies of the German Empire and allied British and South African forces

Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z
Powerpuff Girls Z, known in Japan as or PPGZ for short, is a magical girl anime series based on the American animated television series The Powerpuff Girls. The anime is co-produced by Cartoon Network Japan and Aniplex and was animated by Toei Animation, featuring character design by Miho Shimogasa

Dementia
Dementia is a serious loss of cognitive ability in a previously unimpaired person, beyond what might be expected from normal aging

Demerara
Demerara was a region in South America in what is now Guyana that was colonised by the Dutch in 1611. The British invaded and captured the area in 1796

Demeter
In Greek mythology, Demeter is the goddess of the harvest, who presided over grains, the fertility of the earth, and the seasons . Her common surnames are Sito as the giver of food or corn/grain and Thesmophoros as a mark of the civilized existence of agricultural society

Deming, New Mexico
Deming is a city in Luna County, New Mexico, United States, located 60 miles west of Las Cruces. The population was 14,116 at the 2000 census. Deming is the county seat and principal town of Luna County.-History:

Demis Roussos
Artemios Ventouris Roussos is a Greek singer and performer, best known for being the main musical partner of movie soundtrack composer Vangelis and a string of international hit records as a solo performer in the 1960s and 1970s

Demjanov rearrangement
The Demjanov rearrangement is the chemical reaction of primary amines with nitrous acid to give rearranged alcohols. It involves substitution by a hydroxyl group with a possible ring expansion. It is named after the Russian chemist Nikolai Jakovlevich Demjanov

Democracy
Democracy is generally defined as a form of government in which all adult citizens have an equal say in the decisions that affect their lives. Ideally, this includes equal participation in the proposal, development and passage of legislation into law

Democracy in America
De la démocratie en Amérique is a classic French text by Alexis de Tocqueville. A "literal" translation of its title is Of Democracy in America, but the usual translation of the title is simply Democracy in America

Democrat
Democrat may refer to:*A proponent of democracy,*A member of a Democratic Party; including:**Democratic Party **Democratic Party of Japan**List of Democratic Parties-See also:

Democratic Action Party
The Democratic Action Party, or DAP is a secular, multi-racial, social democratic Malaysian political party.The DAP is one of the three major opposition parties in Malaysia, along with the PKR and PAS, that are seen as electable alternatives to the Barisan Nasional coalition of parties

Democratic National Committee
The Democratic National Committee is the principal organization governing the United States Democratic Party on a day to day basis. While it is responsible for overseeing the process of writing a platform every four years, the DNC's central focus is on campaign and political activity in support of Democratic Party candidates, and not on public policy

Democratic Party (United States) presidential primaries, 1992
The 1992 Democratic presidential primaries were the selection process by which voters of the Democratic Party chose its nominee for President of the United States in the 1992 U.S. presidential election

Democratic Party of Oregon
The Democratic Party of Oregon, based in Portland, is the official Oregon affiliate of the United States Democratic Party. It is recognized by the state of Oregon as a major political party, along with the Oregon Republican Party

Democratic Republic of Georgia
The Democratic Republic of Georgia , 1918–1921, was the first modern establishment of a Republic of Georgia.The DRG was created after the collapse of the Russian Empire that began with the Russian Revolution of 1917

Democratic Republic of the Congo
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a state located in Central Africa. It is the second largest country in Africa by area and the eleventh largest in the world

Democratic Socialists of America
Democratic Socialists of America is a social-democratic organization in the United States and the U.S. affiliate of the Socialist International, an international federation of social-democratic,democratic socialist and labor political parties and organizations.DSA was formed in 1982 by a merger of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee and the New American

Democratic-Republican Party (United States)
The Democratic-Republican Party or Republican Party was an American political party founded in the early 1790s by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Political scientists use the former name, while historians prefer the latter one; contemporaries generally called the party the "Republicans", along with many other names

Democritus
Democritus was an Ancient Greek philosopher born in Abdera, Thrace, Greece. He was an influential pre-Socratic philosopher and pupil of Leucippus, who formulated an atomic theory for the cosmos.

Democritus University of Thrace
Democritus University of Thrace was established in July 1973. It is based in Komotini, Greece and has campuses in the Thracian cities of Xanthi, Alexandroupoli and Orestiada. The university accepted the first students in the academic year 1974–1975

Demographic transition
The demographic transition model is the transition from high birth and death rates to low birth and death rates as a country develops from a pre-industrial to an industrialized economic system. The theory is based on an interpretation of demographic history developed in 1929 by the American demographer Warren Thompson

Demographics of India
The demographics of India are inclusive of the second most populous country in the world, with over 1.21 billion people , more than a sixth of the world's population. Already containing 17.5% of the world's population, India is projected to be the world's most populous country by 2025, surpassing China, its population reaching 1.6 billion by 2050

Demographics of Kerala
Kerala is a state in south-western India. Most of Kerala's 31.8 million people are of Malayali ethnicity. Malayali Hindus derive their ancestry from Dravidian and Aryan communities that settled in Kerala and intermixed. Additional ancestries derive from several centuries of contact with non-Indian lands, whereby thousands of people of Arab, Jewish, and other ethnicities settled in Kerala

Demography
Demography is the statistical study of human population. It can be a very general science that can be applied to any kind of dynamic human population, that is, one that changes over time or space

Demoiselle Crane
The Demoiselle Crane, Anthropoides virgo, is a species of crane that breeds in Central Asia and winters in India, with a few found in Cyprus and eastern Turkey as well. The crane annually migrates to Africa and South Asia in winter

Demon
call - 1347 531 7769 for more infoIn Ancient Near Eastern religions as well as in the Abrahamic traditions, including ancient and medieval Christian demonology, a demon is considered an "unclean spirit" which may cause demonic possession, to be addressed with an act of exorcism

Demond Wilson
Grady Demond Wilson is an American actor, author, and pastor. He is best known for his role opposite Redd Foxx as Fred Sanford's long-suffering son, Lamont Sanford, in the 1970s’ NBC-TV sitcom Sanford and Son.

Demonic possession
Demonic possession is held by many belief systems to be the control of an individual by a malevolent supernatural being. Descriptions of demonic possessions often include erased memories or personalities, convulsions, “fits” and fainting as if one were dying

Demonology
Demonology is the systematic study of demons or beliefs about demons. It is the branch of theology relating to superhuman beings who are not gods. It deals both with benevolent beings that have no circle of worshippers or so limited a circle as to be below the rank of gods, and with malevolent beings of all kinds

Demosaicing
A demosaicing algorithm is a digital image process used to reconstruct a full color image from the incomplete color samples output from an image sensor overlaid with a color filter array

Denatonium
Denatonium, usually available as denatonium benzoate and as denatonium saccharide, is the bitterest chemical compound known; with bitterness thresholds of 0.05 ppm for the benzoate and 0.01 ppm for the saccharide.It was discovered in 1958 during research on local anesthetics by Macfarlan

Denaturation (biochemistry)
Denaturation is a process in which proteins or nucleic acids lose their tertiary structure and secondary structure by application of some external stress or compound, such as a strong acid or base, a concentrated inorganic salt, an organic solvent , or heat

Denby High School
Edwin C. Denby High School is a public secondary education facility in Detroit, Michigan.Denby opened in 1930 and the building has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 2005.

Denby Pottery Company
Denby Pottery Company Ltd is a British manufacturer of pottery, and is named after the village of Denby in Derbyshire.-History:The pottery at Denby was founded on the estate of William Drury-Lowe in 1809 as a manufacturer of stoneware bottles. It was run by Joseph Jager in partnership with Robert Charles George Brohier. The partnership was dissolved in 1814

Dendrobium
Dendrobium is a huge genus of orchids. It was established by Olof Swartz in 1799 and today contains about 1,200 species. The genus occurs in diverse habitats throughout much of south, east and southeast Asia, including the Philippines, Borneo, Australia, New Guinea, Solomon Islands and New Zealand

Deneb
Deneb is the brightest star in the constellation Cygnus and one of the vertices of the Summer Triangle. It is the 19th brightest star in the night sky, with an apparent magnitude of 1.25. A blue-white supergiant, Deneb is also one of the most luminous nearby stars

Denebola
Denebola is the second brightest star in the constellation Leo. It is an A-class star that is about distant from earth, and has a luminosity about twelve times that of the sun. Its apparent magnitude is 2.14

Dengeki Sentai Changeman
is a Japanese television series and is the ninth installment in the Super Sentai franchise. It was originally aired from February 2, 1985 to February 22, 1986 and it ran for 55 episodes.-Plot:

Dengue fever
Dengue fever , also known as breakbone fever, is an infectious tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash that is similar to measles

Denham Film Studios
Denham Film Studios were a British film production studio operating from 1936 to 1952.The studios were founded by Alexander Korda, on a 165 acre site near the village of Denham, Buckinghamshire. At the time it was the largest facility of its kind in the UK, but it was merged with Rank's Pinewood Studios, and closed in 1952. Pinewood is just 4 miles south of Denham

Denholme
Denholme is a small town and civil parish in the Bradford Metropolitan Borough, West Yorkshire, England. It is west of Bradford, from Keighley and roughly the same distance from Halifax. Administratively, it is part of the Bingley Rural ward of the City of Bradford

Deniece Williams
June Deniece Chandler known by her stage name Deniece Williams is an American Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and record producer who achieved success in the 1970s and 1980s

Denim
Denim is a rugged cotton twill textile, in which the weft passes under two or more warp threads. This produces the familiar diagonal ribbing identifiable on the reverse of the fabric, which distinguishes denim from cotton duck. Denim has been in American usage since the late 18th century

Denis Compton
Denis Charles Scott Compton CBE was an English cricketer who played in 78 Test matches, and a footballer

Denis Hickie
Denis Anthony Hickie born 13 February 1976 in Dublin, Ireland is a retired professional rugby union footballer employed by the Irish Rugby Football Union. He played his club rugby for Leinster. His primary position was on the wing. He is also known as Disco Denis as a result of his quick feet

Denis Norden
Denis Mostyn Norden CBE is a former English comedy writer and television presenter. After an early career working in cinemas, he began scriptwriting during World War II. From 1948 to 1959, he co-wrote the successful BBC Radio comedy programme Take It from Here with Frank Muir

Denise Austin
Denise Austin is an American fitness instructor, author, columnist, and former member of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.-Early life:Austin was born Denise Katnich in San Pedro, California

Denise Levertov
-Early life and influences:Levertov was born and grew up in Ilford, Essex.Couzyn, Jeni Contemporary Women Poets. Bloodaxe, p74 Her mother, Beatrice Spooner-Jones Levertoff, came from a small mining village in North Wales

Denise Nicholas
Denise Nicholas is an American actress and social activist who was involved in the American Civil Rights Movement

Denitrification
Denitrification is a microbially facilitated process of nitrate reduction that may ultimately produce molecular nitrogen through a series of intermediate gaseous nitrogen oxide products.

Deniz Gezmis
Deniz Gezmiş was a Turkish Marxist-Leninist revolutionary and political activist in the Turkey in the late 1960s

Denmark
Denmark is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe. The countries of Denmark and Greenland, as well as the Faroe Islands, constitute the Kingdom of Denmark . It is the southernmost of the Nordic countries, southwest of Sweden and south of Norway, and bordered to the south by Germany. Denmark borders both the Baltic and the North Sea