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Charybdis (genus)
Charybdis is a genus of swimming crabs in the family Portunidae; "Charybdis" is Greek for whirlpool.-Species:The genus Charybdis contains the following species:Subgenus Charybdis De Haan, 1833*Charybdis acuta Charybdis is a genus of swimming crabs in the family Portunidae; "Charybdis" is Greek for whirlpool.-Species:The genus Charybdis contains the following species:Subgenus Charybdis (Charybdis) De Haan, 1833*Charybdis acuta Charybdis is a genus of swimming crabs in the family Portunidae; "Charybdis" is Greek for whirlpool.-Species:The genus Charybdis contains the following species:Subgenus Charybdis (Charybdis) De Haan, 1833*Charybdis acuta (A

Chas (disambiguation)
*Chas is a city in Jharkhand, IndiaChas may also refer to:*Chas, Puy-de-Dôme, a commune in central France*Chas., short for Charles*Francis "Chas" Chandler, a supporting character in the Hellblazer comic series, and the main character of Hellblazer Presents: Chas - The Knowledge*Chas Licciardello, Australian comedian and member of The Chaser*Parque Chas, a district of

Chase
-Corporations:* JPMorgan Chase, a financial services firm** Chase , usually styled as "CHASE", the consumer and commercial banking subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase-Music:* Chase * Chase * "Chase"

Chase (land)
In the United Kingdom a chase is a type of common land used for hunting to which there are no specifically designated officers and laws, but there are reserved hunting rights for one or more persons. Similarly, a Royal Chase is a type of Crown Estate by the same description, but where certain rights are reserved for a member of the British Royal Family

Chase (novel)
Chase is Dean Koontz's first hardcover novel, originally written under the name K. R. Dwyer and released in 1972, it was revised and reissued in 1995 within Strange Highways.-Plot summary:

Chase (song)
Chase is an electronic instrumental by Giorgio Moroder from the Academy Award-winning soundtrack and album Midnight Express , then extended and released as maxi single and made the Hot 100 singles charts in January of 1979, charting as high as #33.

Chaser
Chaser may refer to:* Chaser , a 2003 sci-fi first person shooter video game* The Chaser, an Australian comedy group* The Chaser , a South Korean film* "The Chaser" , an episode of The Twilight Zone

Chasers
Chasers is a 1994 comedy film directed by Dennis Hopper. It is about a pair of United States Navy SPs who must escort a beautiful prisoner , and the troubles they encounter.- Plot :

Chasers (disambiguation)
Chasers may refer to:* The Chaser, the Australian comedy/satire group, most famous for their television programmes on the ABC* Chasers , the 1994 comedy film starring Tom Berenger, William McNamara, and Erika Eleniak

Chasers (soundtrack)
Chasers was a soundtrack released in 1995.- Track listing :# Dwight Yoakam - "Doin' What I Did" - 3:28# Lonesome Strangers - "We Used To Fuss" - 2:13# Steve Pryor - "Atlas Blues" - 3:02

Chasm (album)
Chasm is the first album by industrial band Delta-S, originally released in March 2005 as Chasm, Volume 0 on WindM Records. It was later re-released as Chasm, Volume 1 in May that same year.-Track listing:#"Catacombs" – 3:57

Chasma
Chasma is a term used in astrogeology to refer to "a deep, elongated, steep-sided depression". The plural is chasmata. An example is Eos Chasma on Mars. Below are images of some of the major chasmata of Mars

Chassant
Chassant is a commune in the Eure-et-Loir department in northern France.-Population:-References:*

Chasse
Chasse or chassé rarely chassée is a dance step used in many dances in many variants, all of them being triple-step patterns of gliding character, steps going basically step-together-step. The word came from ballet terminology

Chasse (song)
"Chasse" is Kaori Utatsuki's 2nd single under Geneon Entertainment. It was released on November 21, 2007. The title track was used as the third ending theme for the anime series Hayate no Gotoku!

Chasseur (disambiguation)
Chasseur can mean:-* Chasseur, a French military unit* Chasseur , a Baltimore clipper commanded by Captain Thomas Boyle, one of the most famous American privateers* Le Chasseur, a brand of French Cast Iron Cookware

Chasseur (sauce)
Sauce Chasseur, sometimes called hunter's sauce, is a small or compound brown sauce used in French cuisine. It is typically made using demi-glace and espagnole as a base, and often consists of mushrooms, shallots, and white wine. It may also include tomatoes and a finishing of fines herbes

Chasseur (ship)
Chasseur was a Baltimore clipper commanded by Captain Thomas Boyle, a American privateer. She sailed from Fells Point in Baltimore, where she had been launched from Thomas Kemp's shipyard in 1812

Chassis
A chassis consists of an internal framework that supports a man-made object. It is analogous to an animal's skeleton. An example of a chassis is the underpart of a motor vehicle, consisting of the frame with the wheels and machinery.- Vehicles :In the case of vehicles, the term chassis means the frame plus the "running gear" like engine, transmission,

Chastity
Chastity refers to the sexual behavior of a man or woman acceptable to the moral standards and guidelines of a culture, civilization, or religion.

Chastity (disambiguation)
Chastity is the sexual behavior of a man or woman acceptable to the ethical norms and guidelines of a certain culture, civilization or religion.Chastity may also refer to:* Chastity , a comic book

Chasuble
The chasuble is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for the celebration of the Eucharist in Western-tradition Christian Churches that use full vestments, primarily in the Roman Catholic, Anglican and Lutheran churches, as well as in some parts of the United Methodist Church

Chat
-Conversation:* Casual conversation* Online chat in an internet chat room or instant messaging system* Synchronous conferencing, the formal term for online chat technology* Bluechat with Bluetooth devices* SMS chat, a form of Text messaging-Geography:

Chat room
The term chat room, or chatroom, is primarily used by mass media to describe any form of synchronous conferencing, occasionally even asynchronous conferencing

Chat Room (film)
Chat Room is a 2002 American comedy film directed by Barry Bowles, and starring Brian Hooks. It is the actor/director duos fourth collaborative effort

Chat Room (novel)
Chat Room is a thriller novel that was published in Australia in 2006. It is the most recent work from Australian author Barbara Biggs.- Plot :

Chatelaine
Châtelaine has the following meanings:*Châtelaine, a woman who owns or controls a large house .

Chatelaine (singer)
Chatelaine is a French Canadian singer.Her first single "Corps à Corps" was released in 1977, on Amour Records. It was a French disco version of "A Far L'amore Comincia Tu", originally performed by Raffaella Carra.Her first full length album "Châtelaine" was released in 1978 on Amour Records

Chatham (grocer)
Chatham was a supermarket chain, now-defunct, headquartered in southeastern Michigan, USA.Founded by Royal Supermarkets in the mid-1950s, Chatham were often compared to Kroger in size and selection

Chatham (horse)
Chatham was an outstanding Australian Thoroughbred racehorse that was bred by Percy Miller at the Kia Ora Stud near Scone in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales.-Pedigree:

Chatham (ward)
Chatham is a ward in the London Borough of Hackney and forms part of the Hackney South and Shoreditch constituency.The ward returns three councillors to Borough Council, with an election every four years. At the last local election on 6 May 2010, Luke Akehurst, Sally Mulready, and Guy Nicholson, all Labour Party candidates, were returned

Chats, California
Chats is a former settlement in Lassen County, California. It was located on the Nevada–California–Oregon Railway east-southeast of Beckwourth Pass and southeast of Summit, at an elevation of 4810 feet . Chats still appeared on maps as of 1894.The Chat post office operated from 1885 to 1894, and from 1896 to 1900. The name is of Native American origin.

Chatte
Chatte is a commune in the Isère department in south-eastern France.

Chatter
Chatter may refer to:* Chatter or machining vibrations* Contact bounce or chatter, a common problem with mechanical switches and relays* Chatter , the volume of communication to or from suspected terrorists

Chatterbox
- In music :* "Chatterbox", a song by composer Jerome Brainin for the musical film That’s Right You’re Wrong * Chatterbox , a 1990 album by Toadies frontman Todd Lewis and guitarist Darrel Herbert

Chatty
Chatty may refer to:*Kerim Chatty*Charmin Chatty*Chatty Cathy*Chattanooga, TennesseeSimilar names:*Chaty, a near-extinct ethnic group of Russia

Chaubunagungamaug
Chaubunagungamaug may refer to:*Lake Chaubunagungamaug, in Massachusetts*Chaubunagungamaug Reservation, near Webster, Massachusetts

Chaucer (disambiguation)
Geoffrey Chaucer was an English author, poet, philosopher, bureaucrat courtier, and diplomat.Chaucer may also refer to:* 2984 Chaucer, a small main belt asteroid* Chaucer , a lunar crater* Chaucer College, an independent graduate college

Chauffeur
A chauffeur is a person employed to drive a passenger motor vehicle, especially a luxury vehicle such as a large sedan or limousine.Originally such drivers were always personal servants of the vehicle owner, but now in many cases specialist chauffeur service companies, or individual drivers provide both driver and vehicle for hire, although there are service companies that just provide

Chaurasia
Chaurasia is a word which originated from ancient Indian Vedas. It basically refers to an originally Brahmin community from India and Nepal. The word "Chaurasia" word inherits from the vedic word "chaturashiitah" which refers eighty four in Sanskrit

Chauvinism
Chauvinism, in its original and primary meaning, is an exaggerated, bellicose patriotism and a belief in national superiority and glory. It is an eponym of a possibly fictional French soldier Nicolas Chauvin who was credited with many superhuman feats in the Napoleonic wars.By extension it has come to include an extreme and unreasoning partisanship on behalf of any group to which one

Chaux
Chaux may refer to the following places in France:*Chaux, Côte-d'Or, a commune in the department of Côte-d'Or*Chaux, Territoire de Belfort, commune in the department of Territoire de Belfort*The Forest of Chaux

Chav
A chav is a term that is used in the United Kingdom to describe a stereotype of teenagers and young adults from an underclass background.-Etymology:

Chaw
Chaw may refer to:*Gary Chaw, a singer*Chewing tobacco*Capitol Hill Arts Workshop

Chay
Chay may refer to:*Chay , a given name*Chay, Doubs, a commune in eastern France*chay, akin to words for tea in several languages*CHAY-FM

Chaya
Chaya may refer to:Places*Chaya River , multiple rivers*Chaya County, in Tibet*Chaya, Afghanistan, a place in AfghanistanOther*chashitsu, rooms or small buildings used for the Japanese tea ceremony*Chaya , a vegetable

CHD
-Medicine:* Canine hip dysplasia, a condition affecting dogs* Congenital heart defect, a defect in the structure of the heart and great vessels which is present at birth

Che (film)
Che is a two-part 2008 biopic about Ernesto 'Che' Guevara directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Benicio del Toro. Rather than follow a standard chronological order, the films offer an oblique series of interspersed moments along the overall timeline

Che (Perso-Arabic)
Che is an additional letter of the Persian alphabet, used to represent , and which derives from by the addition of two dots. It is found with this value in other Arabic-derived scripts. It is used in Persian and other Iranian languages but not in Arabic

Cheap (album)
Cheap is the debut album from Seasick Steve. It consists of songs by him and his Swedish band The Level Devils, and also two stories from his life as a hobo.The Level Devils consisted at this time of Kai Christoffersen playing the drums and Jo Husmo bass

Cheap (EP)
Cheap is a twelve-inch EP by Brainbombs. It was released in 2001 in the U.S. by Load Records.-Side one:#"Freak Accident" – 5:03#"I Wish I Was Dead She Said" – 5:00#"Birthday Baby" – 5:28#"Cum in Blood" – 3:55

Cheap (ward)
Cheap is a small ward of the City of London. It stretches west to east from King End Street, the border with Farringdon Within to Old Jewry, which adjoins Walbrook and north to south from Gresham Street, the border with Aldersgate and Bassishaw to Cheapside, the boundary with Cordwainer.The following roads run north to south across the ward: St Martin’s Le Grand,

Cheat
Cheat can refer to:* A cheat code, a hidden means of gaining an advantage in a computer or video game* Cheat!, a television show on the G4 network* The Cheat, a 1915 Cecil B

Cheater (short story)
"Cheater" is a story by Orson Scott Card set in his Ender's Game universe. It tells the story of how "Hot Soup" Han Tzu got into Battle School. It appears in Card's Webzine InterGalactic Medicine Show.-Plot summary:

Cheaters (disambiguation)
Cheaters may refer to:* Cheaters, a weekly syndicated reality TV show in the US* Cheaters , a 2000 TV movie starring Jeff Daniels and Jena Malone* Cheaters , a two-part episode of Will & Grace

Cheating
Cheating refers to the breaking of rules to gain advantage in a competitive situation. The rules infringed may be explicit, or they may be from an unwritten code of conduct based on morality, ethics or custom, making the identification of cheating a subjective process. Cheating can refer specifically to marital infidelity

Cheating (video games)
Cheating in video games involves a video game player using non-standard methods for creating an advantage beyond normal gameplay, usually to make the game easier, or may also create unusual effects which do not necessarily make the game easier to play, such as giving characters different appearances, such as large heads

Checa
Checa is a municipality located in the province of Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 364 inhabitants.

Checa (disambiguation)
Checa can mean:* Checa, a municipality located in the province of Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, Spain.*Checa, Ecuador* Checa , a slang term for the unofficial jails and torture chambers operated by leftists during the Spanish Civil War

Chechen
Chechen may refer to:*Chechen people, an ethnic group of the Caucasus*Chechen language*Chechen-Aul, the village at which Peter the Great's forces were stopped in 1732 by Noxçi people, later better known as "Chechens"*Related to Chechnya

Check
Check may refer to* A small crack in the glass, also known as a check, in the glass container industry* Cheque , an order for transfer of money* Check box, a type of widget in computing

Check (fabric)
A check is a pattern consisting of crossed horizontal and vertical lines forming squares.-Etymology:

Check (unit testing framework)
Check is an open source unit testing framework in the style of xUnit for C programs.

Check it Out (UK TV series)
Check it Out was a youth-oriented television series produced twice weekly by Tyne Tees Television for ITV in 1979-1982. It presented a mix of rock music performances and segments dealing with social issues including homelessness and homosexuality.

Checker
Checker may refer to:*Checker Motors Corporation, an automotive industry subcontractor that was once the builder of the Checker taxicab and the Superba and Marathon automobiles

Checkers (supermarket chain)
Checkers is a FMCG retailer owned by Shoprite Holdings that operates in Southern Africa. Checkers currently has 26 Checkers Hypers and 158 Checkers supermarkets operating in South Africa and Namibia

ChecKing
checKing QA is a web application developed by Optimyth Software intended for monitoring the quality of software development process and its results, for organizations that want to control software quality before it is put into production.

Checklist
A checklist is a type of informational job aid used to reduce failure by compensating for potential limits of human memory and attention. It helps to ensure consistency and completeness in carrying out a task

Checkmarks
"Checkmarks" is a song by Chicago emo band The Academy Is..., their first single altogether and first released off Almost Here. This song was also featured on the Warped Tour Compilation 2005.-Music video:

Checkmate
Checkmate is a situation in chess in which one player's king is threatened with capture and there is no way to meet that threat. Or, simply put, the king is under direct attack and cannot avoid being captured

Disk read-and-write head
Disk read/write heads are the small parts of a disk drive, that move above the disk platter and transform platter's magnetic field into electrical current or vice versa – transform electrical current into magnetic field

Disk Utility
Disk Utility is the name of a utility created by Apple for performing disk-related tasks in Mac OS X. These tasks include:*the creation, conversion, compression and encryption of disk images from a wide range of formats read by Disk Utility to .dmg or—for CD/DVD images—.cdr, which is identical to the .iso format;*mounting, unmounting, and ejecting disks Disk Utility is the name of a utility created by Apple for performing disk-related tasks in Mac OS X. These tasks include:*the creation, conversion, compression and encryption of disk images from a wide range of formats read by Disk Utility to .dmg or—for CD/DVD images—.cdr, which is identical to the .iso format;*mounting, unmounting, and ejecting disks Disk Utility is the name of a utility created by Apple for performing disk-related tasks in Mac OS X. These tasks include:*the creation, conversion, compression and encryption of disk images from a wide range of formats read by Disk Utility to .dmg or—for CD/DVD images—.cdr, which is identical to the .iso format;*mounting, unmounting, and ejecting disks (including both hard disks,

Disklavier
Disklavier is the brand name for a group of piano-related products made by Yamaha Corporation. It was introduced in the United States in 1987.

DISLIN
DISLIN is a high-level plotting library developed by Helmut Michels at the Max Planck Institute in Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany. Helmut Michels currently works as a mathematician and Unix system manager at the computer center of the institute.

Disney Adventures
Disney Adventures was a children's entertainment and educational magazine published ten times per year by The Walt Disney Company. It should not be confused with the Disney Magazine

Disney Magic
The Disney Magic is a cruise ship operated by the Disney Cruise Line, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. Its sister, the Disney Wonder, was launched in 1999.

Disney pin trading
Disney pin trading is the buying and trading of collectible pins and related items featuring Disney characters, attractions, icons, events and other elements. The practice is a hobby officially supported and promoted by Disney. Many thousands of unique pins have been created over the years. Pins are available for a limited time; the base price for a pin is US$6.95

Disneyland Park (Anaheim)
Disneyland Park is a theme park located in Anaheim, California, owned and operated by the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts division of the Walt Disney Company. Known as Disneyland when it opened on July 18, 1955, and still almost universally referred to by that name, it is the only theme park to be designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney

Disneyland Resort (MTR)
Disneyland Resort is a station on the Hong Kong MTR Disneyland Resort Line. It was built to serve the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, and is located in Penny's Bay.

Disodium inosinate
Disodium inosinate is the disodium salt of inosinic acid with the chemical formula C10H11N4Na2O8P. It is used as a food additive and often found in instant noodles, potato chips, and a variety of other snacks.-Use as a food additive:

Displaced person
A displaced person is a person who has been forced to leave his or her native place, a phenomenon known as forced migration.- Origin of term :

Displacement (fluid)
In fluid mechanics, displacement occurs when an object is immersed in a fluid, pushing it out of the way and taking its place. The volume of the fluid displaced can then be measured, as in the illustration, and from this the volume of the immersed object can be deduced .An object that sinks

Display device
A display device is an output device for presentation of information in visual or tactile form

Disposable camera
The disposable or single-use camera is a simple box camera sold with a roll of film installed, meant to be used once. Most use fixed-focus lenses. Some are equipped with an integrated flash unit, and there are even waterproof versions for underwater photography

Dissection
Dissection is usually the process of disassembling and observing something to determine its internal structure and as an aid to discerning the functions and relationships of its components.

Dissociation
Dissociation is an altered state of consciousness characterized by partial or complete disruption of the normal integration of a person’s normal conscious or psychological functioning. Dissociation is most commonly experienced as a subjective perception of one's consciousness being detached from one's emotions, body and/or immediate surroundings. Van der Kolk et al

Dissolution of the Monasteries
The Dissolution of the Monasteries, sometimes referred to as the Suppression of the Monasteries, was the set of administrative and legal processes between 1536 and 1541 by which Henry VIII disbanded monasteries, priories, convents and friaries in England, Wales and Ireland; appropriated their income, disposed of their assets, and provided for their former members

Distal radius fracture
A distal radius fracture is a common bone fracture of the radius in the forearm. Because of its proximity to the wrist joint, this injury is often called a wrist fracture

Distance education
Distance education or distance learning is a field of education that focuses on teaching methods and technology with the aim of delivering teaching, often on an individual basis, to students who are not physically present in a traditional educational setting such as a classroom

Distance Measuring Equipment
Distance measuring equipment is a transponder-based radio navigation technology that measures distance by timing the propagation delay of VHF or UHF radio signals.

Distillation
Distillation is a method of separating mixtures based on differences in volatilities of components in a boiling liquid mixture. Distillation is a unit operation, or a physical separation process, and not a chemical reaction.

Distinguished Flying Cross (United Kingdom)
The Distinguished Flying Cross is a military decoration awarded to personnel of the United Kingdom's Royal Air Force and other services, and formerly to officers of other Commonwealth countries, for "an act or acts of valour, courage or devotion to duty whilst flying in active operations against the enemy".-History:The award was established on 3 June 1918, shortly after the formation of

Distinguished Service Medal (United Kingdom)
The Distinguished Service Medal was a military decoration awarded to personnel of the Royal Navy and members of the other services, and formerly also to personnel of other Commonwealth countries, up to and including the rank of Chief Petty Officer, for bravery and resourcefulness on active service at sea.The medal was established on 14 October 1914

Distraction (game show)
Distraction was a game show that aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom from 31 October 2003 to 11 June 2004. Presented by comedian Jimmy Carr, the show involves contestants answering questions, while being distracted in various bizarre, painful and humiliating ways.Carr is aided by "distractors", who as the name suggests, attempt to distract the contestants painfully or

Distressing
Distressing in the decorative arts is the activity of making a piece of furniture or object appear aged and older, and there are many methods to produce an appearance of age and wear. Distressing is viewed as a refinishing technique although it is the opposite of finishing in a traditional sense

Distributed component object model
Distributed Component Object Model is a proprietary Microsoft technology for communication among software components distributed across networked computers. DCOM, which originally was called "Network OLE", extends Microsoft's COM, and provides the communication substrate under Microsoft's COM+ application server infrastructure

Distributed computing
Distributed computing is a field of computer science that studies distributed systems. A distributed system consists of multiple autonomous computers that communicate through a computer network. The computers interact with each other in order to achieve a common goal

Distribution center
A distribution center for a set of products is a warehouse or other specialized building, often with refrigeration or air conditioning, which is stocked with products to be redistributed to retailers, to wholesalers, or directly to consumers. A distribution center is a principal part, the order processing element, of the entire order fulfillment process

Distribution Network Operator
Distribution network operators are companies licensed to distribute electricity in Great Britain by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets.

District
Districts are a type of administrative division, in some countries managed by a local government. They vary greatly in size, spanning entire regions or counties, several municipalities, or subdivisions of municipalities.-Austria:

District attorney
In many jurisdictions in the United States, a District Attorney is an elected or appointed government official who represents the government in the prosecution of criminal offenses. The district attorney is the highest officeholder in the jurisdiction's legal department and supervises a staff of assistant or deputy district attorneys

District collector
The District Collector is the district head of administration of the bureaucracy in a state of India. Though he/she is appointed and is under general supervision of the state government, he/she has to be a member of the elite IAS recruited by the Central Government

Districts of Bhutan
Bhutan comprises twenty districts .-Districts:-District Statistics:The results of the 2005 census appear below:

Districts of Kenya
The provinces of Kenya are subdivided into number of districts .- List of districts of Kenya :Following a High Court ruling in September 2009, there are 46 legal districts in Kenya :Coast Province:

Districts of Lesotho
||The Kingdom of Lesotho is divided into ten districts, each headed by a district administrator. Each district has a capital known as a camptown. The districts are further subdivided into 80 constituencies, which consist of 129 local community councils. Most of the districts are named after their capitals. Hlotse, the capital of Leribe District is also known as Leribe

Districts of Rwanda
The Provinces of Rwanda are subdivided into 30 districts . Each district is in turn divided into sectors. Until 2001, the districts had been called communes

Districts of Tanzania
The regions of Tanzania are divided into 127 districts . The districts are listed below, by region:-Arusha Region:* Arumeru* Arusha* Karatu* Longido* Monduli* Ngorongoro-Dodoma:* Dodoma Rural* Dodoma Urban* Kondoa* Kongwa* Mpwapwa

Districts of Uganda
Uganda is divided into 111 districts and one city across four administrative regions. Most districts are named after their main commercial and administrative towns.

Disturbed
Disturbed is an American metal band from Chicago, Illinois. The band formed in 1996 when musicians Dan Donegan, Steve "Fuzz" Kmak, and Mike Wengren hired David Draiman as their singer. Since the band's formation, they have sold over 13 million albums worldwide, making them one of the largest grossing metal/rock bands in recent years

Disulfide
In chemistry, a disulfide usually refers to the structural unit composed of a linked pair of sulfur atoms. Disulfide usually refer to a chemical compound that contains a disulfide bond, such as diphenyl disulfide, C6H5S-SC6H5.

Disulfide bond
In chemistry, a disulfide bond is a covalent bond, usually derived by the coupling of two thiol groups. The linkage is also called an SS-bond or disulfide bridge. The overall connectivity is therefore R-S-S-R. The terminology is widely used in biochemistry

Disulfur dichloride
Disulfur dichloride is the chemical compound with the formula S2Cl2 . Some alternative names for this compound are sulfur monochloride , disulphur dichloride and sulphur monochloride

Diuresis
Diuresis may refer to:* Urine production, as an aspect of fluid balance* Excessive urine production - see polyuria* Immersion diuresis

Dive bomber
A dive bomber is a bomber aircraft that dives directly at its targets in order to provide greater accuracy for the bomb it drops. Diving towards the target reduces the distance the bomb has to fall, which is the primary factor in determining the accuracy of the drop

Diversification (marketing strategy)
Diversification is a form of corporate strategy for a company. It seeks to increase profitability through greater sales volume obtained from new products and new markets. Diversification can occur either at the business unit level or at the corporate level. At the business unit level, it is most likely to expand into a new segment of an industry that the business is already in

Diversity Immigrant Visa
The Diversity Immigrant Visa program is a United States congressionally mandated lottery program for receiving a United States Permanent Resident Card. It is also known as the Green Card Lottery. The lottery is administered on an annual basis by the Department of State and conducted under the terms of Section 203 of the Immigration and Nationality Act

Divide and conquer algorithm
In computer science, divide and conquer is an important algorithm design paradigm based on multi-branched recursion. A divide and conquer algorithm works by recursively breaking down a problem into two or more sub-problems of the same type, until these become simple enough to be solved directly

Divination
Divination is the attempt to gain insight into a question or situation by way of an occultic standardized process or ritual

Divine command theory
Divine command theory is the meta-ethical view about the semantics or meaning of ethical sentences, which claims that ethical sentences express propositions, some of which are true, about the attitudes of God

Divine Providence
In Christian theology, divine providence, or simply providence, is God's activity in the world. " Providence" is also used as a title of God exercising His providence, and then the word are usually capitalized

Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (film)
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood is a 2002 American comedy-drama film starring Sandra Bullock and Ashley Judd, directed and written by Callie Khouri

Divine Word University
Divine Word University is a national Catholic university in Papua New Guinea. It is one of the newest tertiary institutions in the country. It was established as a university by an Act of Parliament in 1996. The university is ecumenical and coeducational, and is under the leadership of the Divine Word Missionaries.Its first educational institution was Divine Word Secondary High School

Diving
Diving is the sport of jumping or falling into water from a platform or springboard, sometimes while performing acrobatics. Diving is an internationally-recognized sport that is part of the Olympic Games. In addition, unstructured and non-competitive diving is a recreational pastime.Diving is one of the most popular Olympic sports with spectators

Diving air compressor
A Diving Air Compressor is a gas compressor that can provide breathing air directly to a surface-supplied diver, or fill diving cylinders with high-pressure air pure enough to be used as a breathing gas.thumb|right|Filling a cylinder from the panel

Diving Badge
The Diver Insignia are qualification badges of the Uniformed Services of the United States which are awarded to servicemen qualified as divers

Diving support vessel
A diving support vessel is a ship that is used as a floating base for professional diving projects.Commercial Diving Support Vessels emerged during the 1960s and 1970s when the need arose for diving operations to be performed below and around oil production platforms and associated installations in open water in the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico

Diviseema
Diviseema is a small and fertile island in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India.-Geography:Diviseema is located in the delta area formed at Puligadda , where the Krishna River is divided into two before merging into the Bay of Bengal

Division by zero
In mathematics, division by zero is division where the divisor is zero. Such a division can be formally expressed as a / 0 where a is the dividend . Whether this expression can be assigned a well-defined value depends upon the mathematical setting

Divisor
In mathematics, a divisor of an integer n, also called a factor of n, is an integer which divides n without leaving a remainder.-Explanation:

Divorce
Divorce is the final termination of a marital union, canceling the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage and dissolving the bonds of matrimony between the parties

Divorce Act
Canada's Divorce Act is the federal Act that governs divorce in that country. The Constitution of Canada has explicitly made marriage and divorce the realm of the federal government rather than of the provinces.

Divorce Court
Divorce Court is a judge show about cases which only involve divorcing couples. Out of the shows currently airing in the court-themed genre, Divorce Court is the oldest

Divorce in the United States
Like marriage, divorce in the United States is the province of the state governments, not the federal government. Divorce or "dissolution of marriage" is a legal process in which a judge or other authority dissolves the bonds of matrimony existing between two persons, thus restoring them to the status of being single and permitting them to marry other individuals

Divya Bharti
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