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Chamois (disambiguation)
A chamois is a goat-like animal native to Europe.Chamois may also refer to:* Chamois, Aosta Valley, a place in Italy* Chamois, Missouri, a place in the United States* Chamois Niortais FC, a football team* Chamois grip, a part of a hockey stick

Chamomile or camomile is a common name for several daisy-like plants of the family Asteraceae. These plants are best known for their ability to be made into an infusion which is commonly used to help with sleep and is often served with either honey or lemon. Because chamomile can cause uterine contractions which can lead to miscarriage, the U.S

Chamorro (family)
The Chamorro family has its origin in Spain. A branch of the family became prominent in Nicaragua in the 18th century and its influence continues to the present. Historically, the Chamorros have been closely associated with the Conservatives, but the Sandinista Revolution has divided their loyalties, with some members supporting the Sandinistas

Champ may refer to:*an abbreviation for champion, a winner of a competition*Champ Car, class and specification of cars used in American Championship Car Racing**Champ Car World Series, international open-wheel championship

CHAllenging Minisatellite Payload is a German satellite launched July 15, 2000 from Plesetsk, Russia and was used for atmospheric and ionospheric research, as well as other geoscientific applications, such as GPS radio occultation.

-Wine:* Champagne , a sparkling wine from the Champagne region of France* Champagne , a wine region in France notable for producing the sparkling wine* Grower Champagne, sparkling wine made from small individual growers

Champaign (band)
Champaign was a 1980s United States R&B band with adult contemporary leanings, best known for their 1981 hit, "How 'Bout Us."-Career:The mixed-race septet, who named themselves after their hometown of Champaign, Illinois, included Pauli Carman and Rena Jones on vocals; Michael Day and Dana Walden on keyboards; Leon Reeder on guitar; Michael Reed on bass; and Rocky Maffitt

A champion is the victor in a challenge, contest or competition.There can be a territorial pyramid of championships, e.g. local, regional / provincial, state, national, continental and world championships, and even further divisions at one or more of these levels, as in soccer. Their champions can be accordingly styled, e.g

Champion (Agnes song)
"Champion" is a pop song recorded by Swedish singer Agnes taken from her second album Stronger. The track was written by Agnes Carlsson, Curtis A. Richardson, and Emanuel Olsson and produced by Emanuel Olsson for Cosmos Productions. It was released as the album's second single in Sweden.-Music Video:A music video was produced to promote the single

Champion (album)
Champion is The Audition's second full-length album. It was released on January 14, 2008 in the UK and, in the USA on January 22, 2008 by Victory Records. It has roughly sold 75,000 copies since its release in 2008.-Track listing:-Trivia:

Champion (musician)
Maxime Morin , is a multi-instrumentalist, better known for his work in electronic music under the moniker DJ Champion or simply Champion. Morin is based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.-Early music career:

Champion (passenger train)
The Champion was a passenger train operated on a route by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad between New York City and Miami or St. Petersburg, Florida, beginning in 1939

Champion (song)
"Champion" is a song by American rap artist Kanye West. The song is the second track from his third studio album, Graduation, and is based around a sample from "Kid Charlemagne" by Steely Dan. On September 29, 2007, it managed to enter charts despite not being released as a single, debuting a number ninety-four on the Billboard Pop 100

Champion (spark plug)
Champion is an American brand of spark plugs.Originally Champion was a Fortune 500 Company founded by Robert A. Stranahan and Frank D. Stranahan in 1908 in Boston, MA and then moved to Toledo, OH in 1910 to be close to the Willys-Overland Auto Company.

Championship is a term used in sport to refer to various forms of competition in which the aim is to decide which individual or team is the champion.- Title match system :

Championship (dog)
Championships are awarded to dogs who have passed through a process of selection at dog shows. Traditionally, a championship was received at a conformation show, but championships are now offered for dogs who have attained a high degree of perfection in other dog sports as well.-The conformation championship title:A dog qualifying for a championship at a conformation show has the

Champlain (Lower Canada)
The district of Champlain was established in 1829, under the regime of the Constitutional Act of 1791. It was located in the current Mauricie area and was located northeast of the district of Saint-Maurice on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River

Champlain (Province of Canada)
Under the Union regime , the district of Champlain was re-established. It was located in the current Mauricie area and was located northeast of the district of Saint-Maurice on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River

Champlain (provincial electoral district)
Champlain is a provincial electoral riding in the province of Quebec, Canada. Located in the Mauricie region, it was created in 1829. It includes the municipalities of Saint-Stanislas, Saint-Narcisse and Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade and the eastern portions of the city of Trois-Rivières.The riding is named after the founder of Quebec City in 1608, Samuel de Champlain.-Members of the

Champs (brand)
-History:Champs is part of the group P. Leandrini and was the licensed company that operated Rhumell in Brazil, but decided to create its own brand starting in 2007. Champs also sponsored the NBA in Brazil, but the contract between the two organizations was not renewed

- Philosophy, logic and theology :* Chance * Contingency * Indeterminism* Luck* Probability* Randomness- Places :* Chancé, a commune in Brittany, France* Chance, Kentucky, U.S.* Chance, Maryland, U.S.* Chance, Virginia, U.S.

Chance (Act song)
"Chance" is the third single by Act. It was released by ZTT Records in February 1988, but was quickly withdrawn. This may have something to do with the 12" mix containing an unauthorised sample of ABBA's "Take a Chance on Me"

Chance (album)
Chance is an album released in 1980 by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.- Track listing :Side one#"Lies " – 4:37#"On the Run" – 3:53#"For You" – 5:41

Chance (name)
Chance is a masculine given name and a surname. The given name is of Middle English origin, meaning "good fortune". There are several variants. The surname is Old French origin from cheance, also Middle English cheance . The oldest public record of the surname dates to 1310 in Essex

In church architecture, the chancel is the space around the altar in the sanctuary at the liturgical east end of a traditional Christian church building

Chancellor is the title of various official positions in the governments of many nations. The original chancellors were the Cancellarii of Roman courts of justice—ushers who sat at the cancelli or lattice work screens of a basilica or law court, which separated the judge and counsel from the audience. A chancellor's office is called a chancellery or chancery

Chancery may refer to:* Chancery , the building that houses a diplomatic mission, such as an embassy* Chancery , a medieval writing office* Chancery , in Ceredigion, Wales

Chances was an Australian evening soap opera, produced from 1991 to 1992. It told the story of the average middle-class Taylor family whose lives are transformed by winning $3 million in the lottery

Chances (novel)
Chances is a 1981 novel by Jackie Collins and is the first novel in The Santangelo Novels series. The novel has three focal points, two of them focusing on the main characters of the novel and a third during the New York City blackout of 1977.-Synopsis:

A chandelier is a branched decorative ceiling-mounted light fixture with two or more arms bearing lights. Chandeliers are often ornate, containing dozens of lamps and complex arrays of glass or crystal prisms to illuminate a room with refracted light

Chandeliers (game)
Chandelier is a drinking game that is a spinoff of Quarters. It moves a lot faster than Quarters, since there are a lot more targets to hit. The game involves a lot of beer as it gets consumed very quickly.-Set up:

The chandelle is an aircraft control maneuver where the pilot combines a 180° turn with a climb.It is now required for attaining a commercial flight certificate in many countries

Chandigarh (Lok Sabha constituency)
Chandigarh is a Lok Sabha parliamentary constituency and covers the entire Union Territory of Chandigarh.-Members of Parliament: Lok SabhaDurationName of M.P.Party AffiliationSixth1977-80Krishna KantBharatiya Lok Dal

A chandler was the head of the chandlery in medieval households, responsible for wax, candles, and soap.Chandler may also refer to:- People :* Chandler , the surname of various people

Chandler (band)
Chandler is a Christian contemporary/praise & worship band. The band is made up of three brothers and their two childhood friends. They are from Stockbridge, Georgia along with their counterpart Casting Crowns

A chandlery was originally the office in a medieval household responsible for wax and candles, as well as the room in which the candles were kept. It was headed by a chandler. The office was subordinated to the kitchen, and only existed as a separate office in larger households

Chang (instrument)
The chang is an Iranian harp. It was very popular and used widely during the times of ancient Persia, especially during the Sassanid Dynasty where it was often played in the shahs' court.

Change (Kimberley Locke song)
"Change" is a single from American Idol finalist, Kimberley Locke, the first from her Based on a True Story album, after plans on promoting Supawoman as the lead single were canceled

Change (Lisa Stansfield song)
"Change" is the first single from Lisa Stansfield's album, Real Love, and was released in October 1991. It achieved major success in the UK, peaking at number 10, but only moderate success in other European countries, but it also topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play in the U.S

Change (Pink Cream 69 album)
Change is the fourth album by German hard rock group Pink Cream 69. It was the first album with current singer David Readman.- Track listing :All songs written by Pink Cream 69 except where noted.# "Funny Words" – 4:37# "Light of Day" – 3:36

Change (Sons of the Desert album)
Change is the second and final album released by American country music band Sons of the Desert. It was released in 2000 on MCA Nashville Records, and contains the singles "Change", "Everybody's Gotta Grow up Sometime" and "What I Did Right"

Change (Sugababes album)
Change is the fifth studio album by English girl group Sugababes, released through Island Records during October 2007 in most European territories. The album features production by Dr

Change (Sugababes song)
"Change" is a pop ballad performed by British group Sugababes. It was written by band members Amelle Berrabah, Keisha Buchanan, and Heidi Range, Niara Scarlett and DEEKAY members Martin M. Larsson and Lars H

Change (Tears for Fears song)
"Change" is a song by the British band Tears for Fears. Written by Roland Orzabal and sung by bassist Curt Smith, it was the band's fourth single release. It would eventually become the second hit from their debut LP The Hurting and second UK Top 5 chart hit, following the success of "Mad World"

Change (TV series)
CHANGE is a Japanese television drama which aired on Fuji TV starting May 12, 2008.-Plot:Keita Asakura, an elementary school teacher who has no interest in politics, suddenly gets taken to the position of the prime minister

Change (Vanessa Amorosi album)
Change is the second studio album by Vanessa Amorosi, released in Germany in 2002. Highest charts position on the German Top 100 was at #64. After one week the album disappeared from the German charts.

Change management
Change management is a structured approach to shifting/transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. It is an organizational process aimed at helping employees to accept and embrace changes in their current business environment.

Change of Heart (1934 film)
Change of Heart is a 1934 American drama film starring Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, James Dunn, and Ginger Rogers. The movie, about a quartet of college chums who all move to 1934 New York City, was written by James Gleason and Sonya Levien from Kathleen Norris's novel, Manhattan Love Song and directed by John G. Blystone

Change of Heart (novel)
- Plot introduction :Shay Bourne is the first New Hampshire death row prisoner in 58 years. He wants to donate his heart after his execution to the half sister/daughter of his victims who is in need of a heart transplant

Change of Heart (Tom Petty song)
"Change of Heart" is the title of a song recorded by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. It was released in February 1983 as the second single from their album Long After Dark. It peaked at number 21 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.

A changeling is a creature found in Western European folklore and folk religion. It is typically described as being the offspring of a fairy, troll, elf or other legendary creature that has been secretly left in the place of a human child. Sometimes the term is also used to refer to the child who was taken

Changeling (film)
Changeling is a 2008 American drama film directed by Clint Eastwood and written by J. Michael Straczynski. Based on real-life events in 1928 Los Angeles, the film stars Angelina Jolie as a woman who is reunited with her missing son—only to realize he is an impostor. She confronts the city authorities, who vilify her as an unfit mother and brand her delusional

Changeling (Mike Oldfield)
Changeling is a 2007 autobiography by Mike Oldfield. It was published in May 2007 by Virgin Books. In May 2008 Changeling was re-released in a paperback edition.- Profits :

Changer is an Icelandic death metal / metalcore band, formed in 1999. The band has released three albums and two EPs.-History:Changer was founded in October 1999 in Akureyri, Iceland, by drummer Kristján B. Heiðarsson, as a one-man project. Kristján wrote and recorded the band's first album, January 109, in January 2000

-Music:* A jazz term for chord progression* Changes , a documentary and live DVD by the heavy metal band Godsmack-Bands:* Changes , an American folk band* The Changes , an American rock band- Albums :

Changes (Billy \"Crash\" Craddock album)
Changes is a country album by Billy "Crash" Craddock. It was released by Capitol Records in 1980.-Track listing:#"I Just Had You on My Mind"#"She's Good to Me"#"I'm Missing You"#"Now That the Feeling's Gone"#"For the Love of Yesterday"

Changes (DVD)
Changes is a documentary and live DVD released in September 2004 by the heavy metal band Godsmack. The DVD was recorded in early 2004. That same month, the group also released "Batalla de los Tambores" a drum dual between Shannon and Sully, available only via online services such as Apple's iTunes Music Store, Real, Napster, and the Zune Marketplace

Changes (Gareth Gates song)
"Changes" is the first single taken from Gareth Gates' third studio album, Pictures of the Other Side. It was released on 9 April 2007 and was his first commercial single since "Say It Isn't So" in 2003. The single charted at No

Changes (Lisa Miskovsky album)
- Track listing :#"Little Bird"#"Acceptable Losses"#"Mary"#"Been Through This"#"Foxholes"#"California Heart"#"Sweet Misery"#"Last Year's Song"#"As Daylight Fades"#"Please"#"Once Gone, Always Missing"#"20th of December Madison Avenue"-External links:*

Changes (Vanilla Sky album)
Changes is the third album released by Italian band Vanilla Sky. Though it has a track listing of 16 tracks, the last three songs on the CD are alternate versions of previous songs. This album was also re-released with the inclusion of an extra track.

Changi (television)
Changi is a critically acclaimed six-part Australian television miniseries broadcast by ABC TV in 2001. It originally aired from 14 October 2001 to 18 November 2001.-Overview:

Channel, Channels, and similar terms may refer to:* Channels , a rock band fronted by ex-Jawbox singer/guitarist J. Robbins* Channels , a 2008 film* Channel, synonym for pre-chorus in popular song structure

Channel (football)
In association football, channels is the name given to certain areas of the pitch, created by the space between players and groups of players.There are two types of channels, vertical , and horizontal .-Vertical channels:The channels are subjectively described In association football, channels is the name given to certain areas of the pitch, created by the space between players and groups of players.There are two types of channels, vertical (between full backs and their closest centre back), and horizontal (between defence and midfield, and midfield and attack).-Vertical channels:The channels are subjectively described In association football, channels is the name given to certain areas of the pitch, created by the space between players and groups of players.There are two types of channels, vertical (between full backs and their closest centre back), and horizontal (between defence and midfield, and midfield and attack).-Vertical channels:The channels are subjectively described (there is no specific

Channel (programming)
A Channel is a construct used in interprocess communication to represent some binding between concurrent processes. An object may be sent over a channel, and a process is able to receive any objects sent over a channel it has a reference to

Channel Islands
The Channel Islands are an archipelago of British Crown Dependencies in the English Channel, off the French coast of Normandy. They include two separate bailiwicks: the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey

Channeling (insurance, legal)
Legal channeling is the act of legally making one entity responsible for an event, and thereby dismissing other parties from liability for an event.

Channelization (roads)
Channelization is an engineering concept which employs the use of secondary roads to separate certain flows of traffic from the main traffic lanes. This method came into favor in the United States in the 1950s.-References:

Dieckmann condensation
The Dieckmann condensation is the intramolecular chemical reaction of diesters with base to give β-ketoesters. It is named after the German chemist Walter Dieckmann . The equivalent intermolecular reaction is the Claisen condensation.

Dieffenbachia is a genus of tropical plants in the Family Araceae noted for their patterned leaves. Members of this genus are popular as houseplants because of their tolerance for shade. The common name is "dumb cane" due to its poisoning effect on the throat due to raphides

Diego de Almagro
Diego de Almagro, , also known as El Adelantado and El Viejo , was a Spanish conquistador and a companion and later rival of Francisco Pizarro. He participated in the Spanish conquest of Peru and is credited as the first European discoverer of Chile.Almagro lost his left eye battling with coastal natives in the New World

Diego de Landa
Diego de Landa Calderón was a Spanish Bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Yucatán. He left future generations with a mixed legacy in his writings, which contain much valuable information on pre-Columbian Maya civilization, and his actions which destroyed much of that civilization's history, literature, and traditions.-Life:Born in Cifuentes,

Diego Forlán
Diego Forlán Corazo is an Uruguayan footballer who plays as a striker for Internazionale and the Uruguayan national team. He is a two-time winner of both the Pichichi Trophy and the European Golden Shoe, and also received the Golden Ball as the best player at the 2010 World Cup.Forlán was born into a family of footballers, his father Pablo having played for São Paulo and

Diego Maradona
Diego Armando Maradona is a retired Argentine football player and widely regarded as one of the greatest football players of all time. Over the course of his professional club career Maradona played for Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors, Barcelona, Napoli, Sevilla and Newell's Old Boys, setting world-record contract fees

DieHard is a premium brand of automotive battery marketed by Sears Holdings Corporation retailers, including Sears and Kmart. The brand is owned by KCD IP, LLC, a special purpose entity created by Sears Holdings for securitization purposes.

Dieldrin is a chlorinated hydrocarbon originally produced in 1948 by J. Hyman & Co, Denver, as an insecticide. Dieldrin is closely related to aldrin, which reacts further to form dieldrin. Aldrin is not toxic to insects; it is oxidized in the insect to form dieldrin which is the active compound

A dielectric is an electrical insulator that can be polarized by an applied electric field. When a dielectric is placed in an electric field, electric charges do not flow through the material, as in a conductor, but only slightly shift from their average equilibrium positions causing dielectric polarization

Dieppe Raid
The Dieppe Raid, also known as the Battle of Dieppe, Operation Rutter or later on Operation Jubilee, during the Second World War, was an Allied attack on the German-occupied port of Dieppe on the northern coast of France on 19 August 1942. The assault began at 5:00 AM and by 10:50 AM the Allied commanders had been forced to call a retreat

Dierks Bentley
Dierks Bentley is an American country music artist who has been signed to Capitol Records Nashville since 2003. That year, he released his self-titled debut album. Both it and its follow-up, 2005's Modern Day Drifter, are certified platinum in the United States. A third album, 2006's Long Trip Alone, is certified gold

Diesel fuel in general is any liquid fuel used in diesel engines. The most common is a specific fractional distillate of petroleum fuel oil, but alternatives that are not derived from petroleum, such as biodiesel, biomass to liquid or gas to liquid diesel, are increasingly being developed and adopted

Diesel cycle
The Diesel cycle is the thermodynamic cycle which approximates the pressure and volume of the combustion chamber of the Diesel engine, invented by Rudolph Diesel in 1897. It is assumed to have constant pressure during the first part of the "combustion" phase

Diesel engine
A diesel engine is an internal combustion engine that uses the heat of compression to initiate ignition to burn the fuel, which is injected into the combustion chamber

Diesel exhaust
Diesel exhaust is the exhaust gas of a diesel engine.

Diesel generator
A diesel generator is the combination of a diesel engine with an electrical generator to generate electrical energy.

Diesel locomotive
A diesel locomotive is a type of railroad locomotive in which the prime mover is a diesel engine, a reciprocating engine operating on the Diesel cycle as invented by Dr. Rudolf Diesel

Diesel Particulate Filter
A diesel particulate filter is a device designed to remove diesel particulate matter or soot from the exhaust gas of a diesel engine. Wall-flow diesel particulate filters usually remove 85% or more of the soot, and under certain conditions can attain soot removal efficiencies of close to 100%

Diet Coke
Diet Coke is a sugar-free soft drink produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company. It was first introduced in the United States on August 9, 1982, as the first new brand since 1886 to use the Coca-Cola trademark

Diet of Worms
The Diet of Worms 1521 was a diet that took place in Worms, Germany, and is most memorable for the Edict of Worms , which addressed Martin Luther and the effects of the Protestant Reformation.It was conducted from 28 January to 25 May 1521, with Emperor Charles V presiding.Other Imperial diets at

Dieterich Buxtehude
Dieterich Buxtehude was a German-Danish organist and composer of the Baroque period. His organ works represent a central part of the standard organ repertoire and are frequently performed at recitals and in church services

Diethyl ether
Diethyl ether, also known as ethyl ether, simply ether, or ethoxyethane, is an organic compound in the ether class with the formula . It is a colorless, highly volatile flammable liquid with a characteristic odor

Diethyl ether peroxide
Diethyl ether peroxides are a class of organic peroxides that slowly form in diethyl ether upon storage under air, light, or in the presence of metal by autoxidation.- Diethyl ether hydroperoxide :

Diethyl malonate
Diethyl malonate, also known as DEM, is the diethyl ester of malonic acid. It occurs naturally in grapes and strawberries as a colourless liquid with an apple-like odour, and is used in perfumes

Diethyl sulfate
Diethyl sulfate is a highly toxic and likely carcinogenicchemical compound with formula 24. It occurs as a colorless liquid with a peppermint odor.Diethyl sulfate is used as an alkylating agent to prepare ethyl derivatives of phenols, amines, and thiols.

Diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate
Diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate is an organic compound used in sunscreens to absorb UVA radiation. It is marketed as Uvinul A Plus by BASF

Diethylene glycol
Diethylene glycol is an organic compound with the formula 2O. It is a colorless, practically odorless, poisonous, and hygroscopic liquid with a sweetish taste. It is miscible in water, alcohol, ether, acetone, and ethylene glycol. DEG is a widely used solvent

Diethylthiambutene is an opioid analgesic drug developed in the 1950s which was mainly used as an anesthetic in veterinary medicine and continues, along with the other two thiambutenes dimethylthiambutene and ethylmethylthiambutene to be used for this purpose, particularly in Japan

Dietrich von Choltitz
General der Infanterie Dietrich von Choltitz was the German military governor of Paris during the closing days of the German occupation of that city during World War II

Difference engine
A difference engine is an automatic, mechanical calculator designed to tabulate polynomial functions. Both logarithmic and trigonometric functions can be approximated by polynomials, so a difference engine can compute many useful sets of numbers.-History:

Differences in standard Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian
Standard Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian are different national literary and official registers of the Serbo-Croatian language.- History :In socialist Yugoslavia, the official policy insisted on one language with two standard varieties – Eastern and Western Standard Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian are different national literary and official registers of the Serbo-Croatian language.- History :In socialist Yugoslavia, the official policy insisted on one language with two standard varieties – Eastern (practiced in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina by all nationalities, either Ekavian or Ijekavian) and Western Standard Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian are different national literary and official registers of the Serbo-Croatian language.- History :In socialist Yugoslavia, the official policy insisted on one language with two standard varieties – Eastern (practiced in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina by all nationalities, either Ekavian or Ijekavian) and Western (practiced in Croatia by

Differential amplifier
A differential amplifier is a type of electronic amplifier that amplifies the difference between two voltages but does not amplify the particular voltages.- Theory :Many electronic devices use differential amplifiers internally.

Differential equation
A differential equation is a mathematical equation for an unknown function of one or several variables that relates the values of the function itself and its derivatives of various orders

Differential Manchester encoding
Differential Manchester encoding, also called biphase mark code or FM1, is a line code in which data and clock signals are combined to form a single 2-level self-synchronizing data stream. It is a differential encoding, using the presence or absence of transitions to indicate logical value

Differential scanning calorimetry
Differential scanning calorimetry or DSC is a thermoanalytical technique in which the difference in the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of a sample and reference is measured as a function of temperature. Both the sample and reference are maintained at nearly the same temperature throughout the experiment

Differentiated Bertrand competition
As a solution to the Bertrand paradox in economics, it has been suggested that each firm produces a somewhat differentiated product, and consequently faces a demand curve that is downward-sloping for all levels of the firm's price.

Diffie-Hellman key exchange
Diffie–Hellman key exchange Synonyms of Diffie–Hellman key exchange include:*Diffie–Hellman key agreement*Diffie–Hellman key establishment*Diffie–Hellman key negotiation

Diffraction grating
In optics, a diffraction grating is an optical component with a periodic structure, which splits and diffracts light into several beams travelling in different directions. The directions of these beams depend on the spacing of the grating and the wavelength of the light so that the grating acts as the dispersive element

Diffun, Quirino
Diffun is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Quirino, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 42,958 people in 8,274 households

Diffuse reflection
Diffuse reflection is the reflection of light from a surface such that an incident ray is reflected at many angles rather than at just one angle as in the case of specular reflection

Molecular diffusion, often called simply diffusion, is the thermal motion of all particles at temperatures above absolute zero. The rate of this movement is a function of temperature, viscosity of the fluid and the size of the particles

Diffusion of innovations
Diffusion of Innovations is a theory that seeks to explain how, why, and at what rate new ideas and technology spread through cultures. Everett Rogers, a professor of rural sociology, popularized the theory in his 1962 book Diffusion of Innovations

Dig Dug
is an arcade game developed and published by Namco in Japan in 1982 for Namco Galaga hardware. It was later published outside of Japan by Atari. A popular game based on a simple concept, it was also released as a video game on many consoles.-Objective:

Digambara "sky-clad" is one of the two main sects of Jainism. "Sky-clad" has many different meaning and associations throughout Indian religions. Many representations of deities within these traditions are depicted as sky-clad, e.g. Samantabhadra/Samantabhadrī in Yab-Yum

Digestate is solid material remaining after the anaerobic digestion of a biodegradable feedstock. Anaerobic digestion produces two main products: digestate and biogas

Digestion is the mechanical and chemical breakdown of food into smaller components that are more easily absorbed into a blood stream, for instance. Digestion is a form of catabolism: a breakdown of large food molecules to smaller ones.

Digestive biscuit
A digestive biscuit, sometimes referred to as a sweet-meal biscuit, is a semi-sweet biscuit originated in the United Kingdom and popular worldwide. The term 'digestive' is derived from the belief that they had antacid properties due to the use of sodium bicarbonate when they were first developed

, short for , is a Japanese media franchise encompassing digital toys, anime, manga and video games. The franchise's eponymous creatures are monsters of various forms living in a "Digital World", a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various communication networks.-Conception and creation:Akiyoshi Hongo is credited the creator of the Digimon concept, but he is a mysterious

Digipak is a patented style of CD, DVD or BD packaging, and is a registered trademark of AGI World Ltd., an Atlas Holdings company.-Features:

Digital Audio Tape
Digital Audio Tape is a signal recording and playback medium developed by Sony and introduced in 1987. In appearance it is similar to a compact audio cassette, using 4 mm magnetic tape enclosed in a protective shell, but is roughly half the size at 73 mm × 54 mm × 10.5 mm. As the name suggests, the recording is digital rather than analog

Digital circuit
Digital electronics represent signals by discrete bands of analog levels, rather than by a continuous range. All levels within a band represent the same signal state

Digital clock
A digital clock is a type of clock that displays the time digitally, i.e. in cyphers, as opposed to an analog clock, where the time is displayed by hands. Digital clocks are often associated with electronic drives, but the "digital" description refers only to the display, not to the drive mechanism

Digital elevation model
A digital elevation model is a digital model or 3-D representation of a terrain's surface — commonly for a planet , moon, or asteroid — created from terrain elevation data.

Digital Fortress
Digital Fortress is a techno-thriller novel written by American author Dan Brown and published in 1998 by St. Martin's Press. The book explores the theme of government surveillance of electronically stored information on the private lives of citizens, and the possible civil liberties and ethical implications using such technology.-Synopsis:When the United States National Security

Digital Performer
Digital Performer is a full-featured Digital Audio Workstation/Sequencer software package published by Mark of the Unicorn of Cambridge, Massachusetts for the Apple Macintosh platform.-Ancestry:

Digital photography
Digital photography is a form of photography that uses an array of light sensitive sensors to capture the image focused by the lens, as opposed to an exposure on light sensitive film

Digital signal processor
A digital signal processor is a specialized microprocessor with an architecture optimized for the fast operational needs of digital signal processing.-Typical characteristics:

Digital Telecommunications Philippines
Digital Telecommunications Phils., Inc. , commonly known as Digitel, is the second-largest fixed-line and the third-largest mobile telecommunications company in the Philippines

Digital Textbook
The digital textbook program was announced by the Education Ministry of South Korea on March 8, 2007. The digital textbook is currently being tested in several primary schools and will be distributed free to every school nation-wide by 2013.-Definition:

Digital topology
Digital topology deals with properties and features of two-dimensional or three-dimensional digital imagesthat correspond to topological properties or topological features of objects.

Digital watermarking
Digital watermarking is the process of embedding information into a digital signal which may be used to verify its authenticity or the identity of its owners, in the same manner as paper bearing a watermark for visible identification. In digital watermarking, the signal may be audio, pictures, or video. If the signal is copied, then the information also is carried in the copy

Digital-to-analog converter
In electronics, a digital-to-analog converter is a device that converts a digital code to an analog signal . An analog-to-digital converter performs the reverse operation

Digitalis is a genus of about 20 species of herbaceous perennials, shrubs, and biennials that are commonly called foxgloves. This genus was traditionally placed in the figwort family Scrophulariaceae, but recent reviews of phylogenetic research have placed it in the much enlarged family Plantaginaceae

Digitaria is a genus of about 300 species of grass native to tropical and warm temperate regions. Common names include crabgrass, finger-grass, and fonio. They are slender monocotyledonous annual and perennial lawn, pasture, and forage plants; some are often considered lawn pests

Dignitas (euthanasia group)
Dignitas is a Swiss assisted dying group that helps those with terminal illness and severe physical and mental illnesses to die assisted by qualified doctors and nurses

Digos City
Digos City is an affluent suburban city in the province of Davao del Sur, Philippines. The city strategically lies on the eastern shores of Davao Gulf and southern foothills of Mt. Apo in the island of Mindanao and it is the center city between the two major cities in Mindanao, Davao City and General Santos City

Digoxin INN , also known as digitalis, is a purified cardiac glycoside and extracted from the foxglove plant, Digitalis lanata. Its corresponding aglycone is digoxigenin, and its acetyl derivative is acetyldigoxin

Digression is a section of a composition or speech that is an intentional change of subject. In Classical rhetoric since Corax of Syracuse, especially in Institutio Oratoria of Quintilian, the digression was a regular part of any oration or composition

Digvijay Singh
Digvijay Singh is an Indian politician, a former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and a senior leader of the Indian National Congress political party. He has been the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh state for two five-year terms

Dihedral angle
In geometry, a dihedral or torsion angle is the angle between two planes.The dihedral angle of two planes can be seen by looking at the planes "edge on", i.e., along their line of intersection