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Christofascism is a concept in Christian theology first mentioned by Dorothee Sölle, a Christian theologian and writer, in her book Beyond Mere Obedience: Reflections on a Christian Ethic for the Future in 1970. To Sölle, Christofascism was caused by the embracing of authoritarian theology by the Christian church

Christophe (hairstylist)
Cristophe is a Beverly Hills-based hairstylist who counts Bill Clinton, Nicole Kidman, Cameron Diaz, Brad Pitt, Britney Spears, Pamela Anderson, and Goldie Hawn as clients

Christophe (singer)
Christophe is a French singer and songwriter. He was born Daniel Bevilacqua on 13 October 1945 in Juvisy-sur-Orge, Essonne to Italian parents.

Christopher may refer to:* Christopher People:* Christopher of Prague, primate-elect of the Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia* Christopher Lekapenos, Byzantine co-emperor

Christus (Liszt)
Christus is an oratorio by the Hungarian composer and pianist Franz Liszt. The oratorio takes the traditional plot of Jesus Christ's life from his birth to his passion and resurrection, using Bible texts, and is thus somewhat reminiscent of another famous religious work, Messiah by George Frideric Handel.- Composing :When Liszt, after his prolific

Christy (given name)
Christy is a given name meaning graceful, beautiful, princess. The name Christie originated from Italy in 1222. Ireland found the name in 1345, and it took on other connotations, such as angel and lovely

Chroma (software)
Chroma is a media player for Mac OS X.Features include playback of DivX/XviD, Quicktime, and other video codecs and support can be added for h264 video and Windows Media Format via third party plug-ins

Chromate salts contain the chromate anion, CrO42−. Dichromate salts contain the dichromate anion, Cr2O72−. They are oxyanions of chromium in the oxidation state +6. They are moderately strong oxidizing agents.- Chemical properties :

Chromatic aberration
In optics, chromatic aberration is a type of distortion in which there is a failure of a lens to focus all colors to the same convergence point. It occurs because lenses have a different refractive index for different wavelengths of light

Chromaticism is a compositional technique interspersing the primary diatonic pitches and chords with other pitches of the chromatic scale. Chromaticism is in contrast or addition to tonality or diatonicism

Chromatin is the combination of DNA and proteins that make up the contents of the nucleus of a cell. The primary functions of chromatin are; to package DNA into a smaller volume to fit in the cell, to strengthen the DNA to allow mitosis and meiosis and prevent DNA damage, and to control gene expression and DNA replication

Chromatography is the collective term for a set of laboratory techniques for the separation of mixtures.

Chromatography (album)
Chromatography is a 2004 Post Trip Hop album by Second Person.This is the band's debut album and all songs were written by Julia Johnson and Mark Maclaine, except "Word for Word" which also credits Ed Webber and Tristan Kajanus, "Demons Die" which also credits Álvaro López and "Divine" which was written by Julia Johnson

-Materials:* Chromium, a chemical element* Chrome plating, a process of surfacing with chromium-Computing:* Google Chrome, a web browser** Chromium , the open-source counterpart to the Google Chrome web browser

Chrome (satellite radio)
Chrome was one of ten dance/electronica music satellite channels operated by Sirius XM Radio on channel 83 , and was one of five dance music channels offered by XM. The channel played classic disco and dance music from the 1970s through the 1980s and freestyle music which was popular from the mid 1980s to early 1990s

Chrome (Trace Adkins album)
-Production:*Tracks 3, 5-8, 10 and 11 produced by Trey Bruce; recorded at The Sound Kitchen and Emerald Studios, The Tracking Room .**"Give Me You" and "Thankful Man" recorded at Omni Recording .

Chromic means of, relating to, or containing chromium.*Chromic acid*Chromic phenomenon*Chromic anhydride*Chromic oxide*chromic chloride

Chromium (software)
Chromium is an OpenGL implementation. Unlike other OpenGLimplementations, Chromium does not render the OpenGL command stream toa raster image in order to display on-screen

Chromoblastomycosis is a long-term fungal infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissue . The infection occurs most commonly in tropical or subtropical climates, often in rural areas

A chromodomain is a protein structural domain of about 40-50 amino acid residues commonly found in proteins associated with the remodeling and manipulation of chromatin. The domain is highly conserved among both plants and animals, and is represented in a large number of different proteins in many genomes, such as that of the mouse

A chromophore is the part of a molecule responsible for its color. The color arises when a molecule absorbs certain wavelengths of visible light and transmits or reflects others. The chromophore is a region in the molecule where the energy difference between two different molecular orbitals falls within the range of the visible spectrum

A chromosome is an organized structure of DNA and protein found in cells. It is a single piece of coiled DNA containing many genes, regulatory elements and other nucleotide sequences. Chromosomes also contain DNA-bound proteins, which serve to package the DNA and control its functions.Chromosomes vary widely between different organisms

The chromosphere is a thin layer of the Sun's atmosphere just above the photosphere, roughly 2,000 kilometers deep.

Chronic may refer to:* Chronic , a disease that is long-lasting and reoccurring.* Chronic toxicity, a substance with toxic effects after continuous or repeated exposure* The Chronic, a 1992 album by Dr. Dre

Chronic (album)
For the Dr. Dre album, see The Chronic.Released on August 12, 1997 by Chronic Future-Track listing:# "Insomniac" # "Surreal" # "Power" # "Scottsdale" # "Miles to Go Before We Sleep" # "Buster Brown" # "Dare"

Generally a chronicle is a historical account of facts and events ranged in chronological order, as in a time line. Typically, equal weight is given for historically important events and local events, the purpose being the recording of events that occurred, seen from the perspective of the chronicler

Chronicle (disambiguation)
A chronicle is a historical account of facts and events ranged in chronological order.Chronicle may also refer to:*Houston Chronicle*San Francisco Chronicle*Chronicle , WCVB/WMUR news magazine series

Chronicle (TV series)
Chronicle is a newsmagazine show produced at two Hearst Television-owned New England television stations, WCVB-TV Ch. 5 in Boston and WMUR-TV Ch. 9 in Manchester, New Hampshire

Chronicles may refer to:* Books of Chronicles, in the Bible* Chronicle: Medieval historical histories, like those in :Category:Chronicles* Holinshed's Chronicles, the collected works of Raphael Holinshed

Chronicles (Free album)
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Chronicles (Steve Winwood album)
Chronicles is the first compilation album by blue-eyed soul artist Steve Winwood. The album contains some of his major hits and several remixes up to this point. One track, "Valerie", was originally released as a single for Winwood's 1982 album, Talking Back to the Night

Chronicles (video)
Chronicles is a compilation of music videos by Canadian rock band Rush, from 1977 to 1987. It was originally released in 1990 on VHS. A compilation album on CD and cassette of similar material was released at the same time.

Chronology is the science of arranging events in their order of occurrence in time, such as the use of a timeline or sequence of events. It is also "the determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events".Chronology is part of periodization

Chronology (Bryn Haworth album)
Chronology is the tenth studio album by Bryn Haworth.A compilation of works released on previous albums, it was released by Word Records on the Myrrh Label as MYRR 1264

Chronology (disambiguation)
Chronology is the science of locating events in time.A chronology is a common term for a timeline.It can also mean:*Chronology , a 1989 release*Chronology , a 2004 release

Chronology of Mormonism
This is a chronology of Mormonism. In the late 1820s, founder Joseph Smith, Jr. announced that an angel had given him a set of golden plates engraved with a chronicle of ancient American peoples, which he had a unique gift to translate

Chronometer may refer to:* Chronometer watch, a watch tested and certified to meet certain precision standards* Hydrochronometer, a water clock* Marine chronometer, a timekeeper used for celestial navigation

Chrysalis (album)
Chrysalis is the second international studio album by Anggun. The album was released in 2000 by Sony Music.-Album information:Following the success of her international breakthrough album, Snow on the Sahara, in 1998, Anggun returned to prominence with her second international album entitled Chrysalis

Chrysalis (film)
Chrysalis is a French science fiction film directed and partly written by Julien Leclercq and starring Albert Dupontel. The film was commercially released in France on 31 October 2007.-Premise:

Chrysene is a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon with the molecular formula that consists of four fused benzene rings. It is a natural constituent of coal tar, from which it was first isolated and characterized

Chthonic designates, or pertains to, deities or spirits of the underworld, especially in relation to Greek religion. The Greek word khthon is one of several for "earth"; it typically refers to the interior of the soil, rather than the living surface of the land or the land as territory

CHTO is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 1690 AM in Toronto, Ontario. The station airs a multicultural programming format. It is owned by Canadian Hellenic Toronto Radio Inc., which is run by Vassiliki Maniatakos, wife of Peter Maniatakos who owns Odyssey Television Network

The European chub , sometimes called the round chub, fat chub, chevin, pollard or simply "the" chub, is a freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae

-Fishes:* Any one of a number of ray-finned fishes in several families and genera. In Europe, the term "chub" usually refers to the European chub .Other fishes called "chubs" are:-In family Cyprinidae:* Bigeye chub, genus Hybopsis

Chub (band)
Chub are a six piece ska/rock band from the southcoast of England.- History :Chub formed in late 2002, when trumpet player Richard Clare and guitarist Ian Paddington wanted to create a band that played their favourite genre of music at the time, Ska. The band convinced their friend Mike SLader to play drums and recruited in Clare's brother Andy to play bass

Chubby (mine detection system)
Husky VMMD or as it was previously known as the Chubby system is part of a mine-removal system developed by DCD-Dorbyl Rolling Stock Division of East Rand, Gauteng, South Africa.

ChucK is a concurrent, strongly timed audio programming language for real-time synthesis, composition, and performance, which runs on Mac OS X, Linux, Microsoft Windows, and iPhone/iPad. It is designed to favor readability and flexibility for the programmer over other considerations such as raw performance

-Engineering:* Chuck , a clamp that is part of a machine tool or power tool and securely holds a removable part, either a workpiece or a tool -People:* Charles, a masculine given name

The term chucker can have several different meanings.* Chucker, in cricket is a derisive slang term for a bowler who is believed to throw, rather than bowl, the ball.* A Chukka is a 7-minute period of play in Polo.*Chukar Partridges

Chug-a-Lug may refer to:*"Chug-a-Lug" *"Chug-A-Lug"

"Chug-a-Lug" is the title of a song written and recorded by American country music artist Roger Miller. The song reached #9 on the U.S. charts in 1964, becoming his second pop hit.-Content:

Chuka may refer to:*Chuka, Kenya, a town*Chuka, Tibet, a village*Chuka Umunna , British Member of Parliament, commentator and lawyer*Stefano Okaka Chuka , Italian football player*Chuka , a 1967 western starring Rod Taylor

Chum is a fabulous person Chum may refer to:*Chum salmon, a kind of salmon , native to the northern Pacific and adjacent waterways* Chum is a slang term for a friend.

CHUM may refer to:* The former CHUM Radio division now known as Bell Media Radio* CHUM , a Toronto AM station* CHUM-FM, a Toronto FM station

Chum (tent)
A chum is a temporary dwelling used by the nomadic Yamal-Nenets and Khanty reindeer herders of northwestern Siberia of Russia. They are also used by the southernmost reindeer herders, of the Todzha region of the Republic of Tyva and their cross-border relatives in northern Mongolia

Chumash may refer to:*Chumash , a Hebrew word for the Pentateuch, used in Judaism*Chumash people, a Native American people located off the coast of California

Chummy is a given name, and may refer to:* Chummy Broomhall , American cross country skier* Chummy Fleming , pioneer unionist* Chummy MacGregor , American jazz keyboardist

Chump Change
Chump Change is a 2001 comedy film, written and directed by and starring Stephen Burrows. The film is based on Burrows' experiences as a screen writer.-Casting:Cast members include:* Stephen Burrows ... Milwaukee Steve

Chump Change (disambiguation)
Chump Change may refer to:*Chump Change , a 2004 film written by, directed by and starring Stephen Burrows*"Chump Change", a song by Pitchshifter from their 2000 album Deviant

Chunk (information)
A chunk is a fragment of information which is used in many multimedia formats, such as PNG, MP3 and AVI.Each chunk contains a header which indicates some parameters A chunk is a fragment of information which is used in many multimedia formats, such as PNG, MP3 and AVI.Each chunk contains a header which indicates some parameters A chunk is a fragment of information which is used in many multimedia formats, such as PNG, MP3 and AVI.Each chunk contains a header which indicates some parameters (e.g

In packed pixel or chunky framebuffer organization, the bits defining each pixel are grouped together. For example, if there are 16 bits per pixel, each pixel is represented in two consecutive 8-bit bytes in the framebuffer . If there are 4 bits per pixel , each frame buffer byte defines two pixels, one in each nibble

Chupacabra (album)
Chupacabra is the debut album by Imani Coppola, released on October 28, 1997. The title refers to the legendary chupacabra , a creature believed through some parts of the Americas to drink the blood of livestock

Chupacabra (drink)
This drink takes its name from the mythical chupacabra, or 'goat sucker'.A chupacabra may variously be:Chupacabra Shot is a shot served with Tequila and Tabasco sauce. .

Chupacabras (album)
Chupacabras is the third album released by composer Phideaux Xavier.While recording "Fiendish" in 2002, Xavier had begun work on an epic song called "Chupacabras". This song was not completed in time for inclusion on Fiendish, and instead, formed the basis for what would become the album Chupacabras

Dumpy level
A dumpy level, builder's auto level, leveling instrument, or automatic level is an optical instrument used to establish or check points in the same horizontal plane

Dunaliella is a genus of algae, specifically of the Dunaliellaceae.Dunaliella sp. are motile, unicellular, rod to ovoid shaped green algae , which are common in marine waters.

Dunbar is a town in East Lothian on the southeast coast of Scotland, approximately 28 miles east of Edinburgh and 28 miles from the English Border at Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Duncan Ferguson
Duncan Cowan Ferguson is a Scottish former footballer. He was notorious for his "hardman" image and nicknamed "Big Dunc" and "Duncan Disorderly".

Duncan Hines
Duncan Hines was an American pioneer of restaurant ratings for travelers. He is best known today for the brand of food products that bears his name.-History:

Dundas Castle
Dundas Castle is a 15th century castle, with substantial 19th century additions by William Burn, near South Queensferry, to the west of Edinburgh, Scotland. It was the home of the Dundas family, and remains in private hands.-History:

Dundee railway station
Dundee railway station serves the city of Dundee on the east coast of Scotland. The station has two through platforms and two terminal platforms

Dundee, KwaZulu-Natal
The coal mining town of Dundee is situated in a valley of the Biggarsberg mountains in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa . It is part of the Endumeni Local Municipality, Umzinyathi District. It is rich in coal deposits

Dundurn Castle
Dundurn Castle is a historic neoclassical mansion on York Boulevard in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The house took three years and $175,000.00 to build, and was completed in 1835.

Dune 2000
Dune 2000 is a real-time strategy video game, released by Westwood Studios in 1998 for Microsoft Windows, and later ported to the PlayStation. It is a partial remake of Dune II, which is also based on Frank Herbert's Dune universe. The story of the game is similar to Dune II, and is continued in Emperor: Battle for Dune

Dune buggy
A dune buggy is a recreational vehicle with large wheels, and wide tires, designed for use on sand dunes or beaches. The design is usually a modified vehicle and engine mounted on an open chassis. The modifications usually attempt to increase the power-to-weight ratio by either lightening the vehicle or increasing engine power or both

Dunfermline Abbey
Dunfermline Abbey is as a Church of Scotland Parish Church located in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. In 2002 the congregation had 806 members. The minister is the Reverend Alastair Jessamine

Dung beetle
Dung beetles are beetles that feed partly or exclusively on feces. All of these species belong to the superfamily Scarabaeoidea; most of them to the subfamilies Scarabaeinae and Aphodiinae of the family Scarabaeidae. This beetle can also be referred to as the scarab beetle. As most species of Scarabaeinae feed exclusively on feces, that subfamily is often dubbed true dung beetles

Dungeon Keeper
Dungeon Keeper is a strategy video game released developed by Bullfrog Productions under Peter Molyneux and released by Electronic Arts in July 1997 for the PC in which the player attempts to build and manage a dungeon or lair while protecting it from 'hero' characters intent on stealing the user's accumulated treasures and killing

Dungeons & Dragons controversies
Dungeons & Dragons controversies concern the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons , which has received significant attention in the media and in popular culture. The game has received some negative coverage, especially during the game's early years in the early 1980s

Dungeons of Daggorath
Dungeons of Daggorath is a 1982 computer game and one of the first computer titles to use a 3D wireframe first-person perspective. It was produced by DynaMicro for the Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer.

Dunham Massey
Dunham Massey is a civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. The parish includes the villages of Sinderland Green, Dunham Woodhouse and Dunham Town, along with Dunham Massey Park, formerly the home of the last Earl of Stamford and owned by the National Trust since 1976

Dunk tank
A dunk tank, also known as a dunking booth or dunking machine, is an attraction mainly used in funfairs, fundraisers, and personal parties. Basically, a dunk tank consists of a large tank of water, over which a seat is suspended

Dunkleosteus is a genus of prehistoric fish, one of the largest arthrodire placoderms ever to have lived, existing during the Late Devonian period, about 380-360 million years ago.This hunter, measuring up to and weighing , was a hypercarnivorous apex predator

Dunlop (brands)
Dunlop was originally a brand of tyre produced by the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Company at the end of the 19th century, taking its name from John Dunlop. The brand is now used for many other products either derived from rubber or with a looser connection to rubber.Ownership of the brand has become fragmented over the years

Dunman High School
On 2 January 2009 the school opened to a new year with an opening ceremony named "Homecoming" (回家) to welcome students and staff to the upgraded campus.-Principals:Since its establishment in 1956, Dunman High School has had eight principals:-School song:

Dunnet Head
Dunnet Head is a peninsula in Caithness, on the north coast of Scotland, that includes the most northerly point of the mainland of Great Britain. The point, known as Easter Head, is at , about westnorthwest of John o' Groats and about from Duncansby Head

Dunning School
The Dunning School refers to a group of historians who shared a historiographical school of thought regarding the Reconstruction period of American history .-About:

The Dunnock, Prunella modularis, is a small passerine bird found throughout temperate Europe and into Asia. It is by far the most widespread member of the accentor family, which otherwise consists of mountain species

Dunnville, Ontario
Dunnville is an unincorporated community of 6,000 people located near the mouth of the Grand River in Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada, near the historic Talbot Trail

Dunoon is a resort town situated on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll, Scotland. It sits on the Firth of Clyde to the south of Holy Loch and to the west of Gourock.-Waterfront:

Duomo di Milano
Milan Cathedral is the cathedral church of Milan, Italy. Dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente , it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan, currently Cardinal Angelo Scola.

Duplessis Orphans
The Duplessis Orphans were the victims of a scheme in which several thousand orphaned children were falsely certified as mentally ill by the government of the province of Quebec, Canada, and confined to psychiatric institutions.-Overview:

Duquesne Incline
The Duquesne Incline is a inclined plane railroad, or funicular, located near Pittsburgh's South Side neighborhood and scaling Mt. Washington. Designed by Samuel Diescher, the incline was completed in 1877 and is long, in height, and is inclined at a 30 degree angle

Dura mater
The dura mater , or dura, is the outermost of the three layers of the meninges surrounding the brain and spinal cord. It is derived from Mesoderm. The other two meningeal layers are the pia mater and the arachnoid mater. The dura surrounds the brain and the spinal cord and is responsible for keeping in the cerebrospinal fluid

Dura-Europos synagogue
The Dura-Europos synagogue is an ancient synagogue uncovered at Dura-Europos, Syria, in 1932. The last phase of construction was dated by an Aramaic inscription to 244 CE, making it one of the oldest synagogues in the world

Duracell is a brand of batteries manufactured by Procter & Gamble.Additionally, Duracell owns the Procell professional-use brand.-Products:Duracell manufactures alkaline batteries in many common sizes, such as AAA, AA, C, D, and 9V

Durham is a city in north east England. It is within the County Durham local government district, and is the county town of the larger ceremonial county

Durham District School Board
The Durham District School Board is a public school board in Ontario, Canada. The DDSB serves most of the Regional Municipality of Durham, except for schools within the Municipality of Clarington, which belongs to the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

Durham Light Infantry
The Durham Light Infantry was an infantry regiment of the British Army from 1881 to 1968. It was formed by the amalgamation of the 68th Regiment of Foot and the 106th Regiment of Foot along with the militia and rifle volunteers of County Durham

Durham School
Durham School, headmaster Martin George , is an independent British day and boarding school for boys and girls in Durham.

The durian is the fruit of several tree species belonging to the genus Durio and the Malvaceae family . Widely known and revered in southeast Asia as the "king of fruits", the durian is distinctive for its large size, unique odour, and formidable thorn-covered husk

Durrani or Abdali is the name of a chief Pashtun tribal confederation in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Originally known by their ancient name Abdali later as Durrani they have been called Durrani since the beginning of the Durrani Empire in 1747. The number of Durranis are estimated to be roughly 16% of the population of Afghanistan or 5 million individuals

Dusky Salamander
The Dusky Salamander is an amphibian in the lungless salamander family. The species is also sometimes called the Northern Dusky Salamander by those acknowledging that populations in the southern United States form a separate species, called the Southern Dusky Salamander

Dust consists of particles in the atmosphere that arise from various sources such as soil dust lifted up by wind , volcanic eruptions, and pollution

Dust Bowl
The Dust Bowl, or the Dirty Thirties, was a period of severe dust storms causing major ecological and agricultural damage to American and Canadian prairie lands from 1930 to 1936

Dust devil
A dust devil is a strong, well-formed, and relatively long-lived whirlwind, ranging from small to large . The primary vertical motion is upward

Dust storm
A dust / sand storm is a meteorological phenomenon common in arid and semi-arid regions. Dust storms arise when a gust front or other strong wind blows loose sand and dirt from a dry surface. Particles are transported by saltation and suspension, causing soil to move from one place and deposition in another

Dust-Off is a brand of dust cleaner containing difluoroethane; it is used to remove particulates and dust from computers and electronic equipment

Dustin Hoffman
Dustin Lee Hoffman is an American actor with a career in film, television, and theatre since 1960. He has been known for his versatile portrayals of antiheroes and vulnerable characters.

Dusty Hill
Joseph Michael "Dusty" Hill is the bassist and vocalist with the American rock group ZZ Top.-History:Hill was in Dallas, Texas and grew up in the Lakewood neighborhood of East Dallas

Dutch art
Dutch art describes the history of visual arts in the Netherlands, after the United Provinces separated from Flanders. Earlier painting in the area is covered in Early Netherlandish painting and Renaissance art.-Golden Age:

Dutch Bangla Bank
Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited is a scheduled joint venture commercial bank between local Bangladeshi parties spearheaded by M Sahabuddin Ahmed and the Dutch company FMO

Dutch cuisine
Dutch cuisine is shaped by the practice of fishing and farming, including the cultivation of the soil for raising crops and the raising of domesticated animals, and the history of the Netherlands.-History:

Dutch customs and etiquette
The Dutch have a code of etiquette which governs social behaviour and is considered important. Because of the international position of the Netherlands many books have been written on the subject. Some customs may not be true in all regions and they are never absolute

Dutch East India Company
The Dutch East India Company was a chartered company established in 1602, when the States-General of the Netherlands granted it a 21-year monopoly to carry out colonial activities in Asia

Dutch Golden Age
The Golden Age was a period in Dutch history, roughly spanning the 17th century, in which Dutch trade, science, military and art were among the most acclaimed in the world. The first half is characterised by the Eighty Years' War till 1648

Dutch Golden Age painting
Dutch Golden Age painting is the painting of the Dutch Golden Age, a period in Dutch history generally spanning the 17th century, during and after the later part of the Eighty Years War for Dutch independence. The new Dutch Republic was the most prosperous nation in Europe, and led European trade, science, and art

Dutch people
The Dutch people are an ethnic group native to the Netherlands. They share a common culture and speak the Dutch language. Dutch people and their descendants are found in migrant communities worldwide, notably in Suriname, Chile, Brazil, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, and the United States.The traditional art and culture of the Dutch encompasses various forms

Dutch rabbit
The Dutch rabbit, easily identifiable by its characteristic colour pattern, was once the most popular of all rabbit breeds. However, after dwarf rabbits were developed, the popularity of the Dutch rabbit dwindled

Dutch Reformed Church
The Dutch Reformed Church was a Reformed Christian denomination in the Netherlands. It existed from the 1570s to 2004, the year it merged with the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Kingdom of the Netherlands to form the Protestant Church in the Netherlands

Dutch Republic
The Dutch Republic — officially known as the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands , the Republic of the United Netherlands, or the Republic of the Seven United Provinces — was a republic in Europe existing from 1581 to 1795, preceding the Batavian Republic and ultimately

Dutch Schultz
Dutch Schultz was a New York City-area Jewish American gangster of the 1920s and 1930s who made his fortune in organized crime-related activities such as bootlegging alcohol and the numbers racket

Dutch West India Company
Dutch West India Company was a chartered company of Dutch merchants. Among its founding fathers was Willem Usselincx

Dutse is a city located in north central Nigeria. It is the capital city of Jigawa State.The Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic has its College of Business and Management Studies at Dutse.- Geography :

Duxbury Woods
Duxbury Woods is an area of woodland and parkland situated in Chorley, Lancashire, at the foot of the West Pennine Moors. The area originally existed as a township with the council meeting at the Yarrow Bridge pub; this was absorbed into Chorley Rural Council in the early 20th century.Duxbury today is home to Duxbury Jubilee Park, Duxbury Golf Course, the woods and the River Yarrow

Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite - Second Generation is a digital television broadcast standard that has been designed as a successor for the popular DVB-S system. It was developed in 2003 by the , an international industry consortium, and ratified by ETSI in March 2005

DVD recorder
A DVD recorder , is an optical disc recorder that uses Optical disc recording technologies to digitally record analog signal or digital signals onto blank writable DVD media

DVD Unlimited
DVD Unlimited was an DVD-by-mail service based in Auckland, New Zealand. It was a wholly owned unit of SKY Network Television. It competed directly with Movieshack and Fatso.

A DVD-RW disc is a rewritable optical disc with equal storage capacity to a DVD-R, typically 4.7 GB. The format was developed by Pioneer in November 1999 and has been approved by the DVD Forum. The smaller Mini DVD-RW holds 1.46 GB, with a diameter of 8 cm.The primary advantage of DVD-RW over DVD-R is the ability to erase and rewrite to a DVD-RW disc

The DW-5600C is one of Casio's early G-Shock model watches. It was manufactured from 1987 through 1996. Many are still in use today, in part due to its rugged design. This model has also become something of a collectors' item among G-Shock aficionados

Dwarf hamster
Phodopus is a genus of rodent in the vole and hamster family Cricetidae. Its three species, together with most of those of genus Cricetulus, are known as "dwarf hamsters", because of their small size relative to other hamsters

Dwarf Lake Iris
The Dwarf Lake Iris is a beardless rhizomatous iris native to the northern shores of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.

Dwarf lanternshark
The dwarf lanternshark is a little-known species of dogfish shark in the family Etmopteridae and possibly the smallest shark in the world, reaching a maximum known length of . It is known to be present only on the upper continental slopes off Colombia and Venezuela, at a depth of